Business Product Reviews

Book Review – Leadership for Einsteins by Dr. Jim Sellner

Leadership for Einsteins: How Smart Leaders Bring Out The Genius In People By Canadian Author, Dr. Jim Sellner, Subject2Change.ca There is no industry more in need of unique, effective leadership skills than Internet technology, and it can be the defining factor between success and failure for Canadian businesses. Leaders and managers in this sector are […]

Top 3D Cover Design Tools for eBooks, InfoProducts, Etc. ©

Top 3D Cover Design Tools for eBooks, InfoProducts, Etc. ©

The popularity of indie publishing and info-products has created a demand for supporting tools for both designers and authors. There is no question that a professional, eye-catching design can significantly increase sales of eBooks, audio products, software, app’s, and eLearning products. Applying that design to 3D covers makes the product more tangible to potential buyers. […]

Top 4 Drop Shipping Suppliers for Canadians ©

Top 4 Drop Shipping Suppliers for Canadians ©

Many Canadians are interested in selling products online, either with their own website or through eBay and Amazon.  Drop shipping provides a low-risk option for starting an online business in Canada.  Today’s supplier portals make it really easy to find and sell millions of products globally.   The most difficult part is choosing the best drop […]

Top 10 Online Business Books of 2014 ©

For many years we’ve been hard-pressed to find 10 decent books about online business to share, let alone a list of the best picks. This year we had a bit of a tough time narrowing down our online business book choices! There still isn’t enough truly good information out there to help Canadian businesses as […]

Remote: Office Not Required (Book Review)

Telecommuting, virtual commuting, mobile commuting, teleworking, remote working…whatever you call it, the virtual workplace employment structure has exploded in popularity. The advances in communications technology and virtual collaboration have made it both feasible and economical to escape the traditional office. Working remotely myself for many years, and working with companies that hire remote workers, has […]

Book Review: Marketing to Millennials by J. Fromm and C. Garton ©

Book Review: Marketing to Millennials by J. Fromm and C. Garton ©

This is an unsolicited review. A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to win a copy of Marketing to Millennials: Reach the Largest and Most Influential Generation of Consumers Ever, by Jeff Fromm and Christie Garton, from Marketing Sherpa. I was so impressed with the wealth of information, data, insights and strategic tools offered […]

Most Anticipated Internet Business Book Releases: 2nd half of 2013

In January, we brought you The Most anticipated Internet Business Book Releases of 2013 for the first half of the year. The post includes instructions for searching Amazon for upcoming releases to pre-order, allowing us to get our hands on the latest information before it becomes obsolete. Knowing what’s coming also allows us to select […]

Updated: Learn from CIBC’s Example of Bad Online Customer Support

I tweet about good customer service much more often than bad, because most companies have the good business sense to make things right when given the chance.  Then CIBC raised my line of credit interest rate from 7-11% for no apparent reason and refused to do anything about it.  I tried calling and also made […]

The Most Anticipated Internet Business Book Releases of 2013 ©

Most successful Internet entrepreneurs (netpreneurs or netrepreneurs) in Canada and around the world, share the same New Year’s resolution every year: Increase our online business and marketing knowledge for a healthier bottom line. Netrepreneurs must be in a perpetual state of evolution to keep up with the ever-changing Internet and the people who purchase through […]

On My Desktop: Blogging with (Canadian) John Chow eCourse – An Objective Review

I was very curious when I found out about the launch of Canadian John Chow’s latest offering, Blogging with John Chow, so I bought it on the spot for $37.00.  This is the resulting review and commentary.