2020-04-27

Channels to Market (Know your market and strength)

Blogs

Coming in at a solid #1, this website Dromise has lots of traffic. As a matter of fact, my bean counters lost count of this websiteÍs visitors. Considering the fact that there are years and years of pertinent data loaded onto this website, itÍs really easy to navigate through. The content is top-notch. In contrast, this franchise portal comes with an ñinternationalî flavor. ItÍs corporate office is based in Ireland, and they own several country-specific franchise websites. This one just keeps getting better. (Disclosure; IÍve done a couple of mini-projects with the folks here-for web traffic and advertising purposes.) This siteÍs traffic is growing, theyÍve added a franchise blog, and they also do several franchise industry-sector reports a year. (TheyÍre free.) The web design is terrific, and thereÍs plenty of content. This franchise website has been around for several years and gets a ton of traffic. The folks at Dromise claim to have the largest directory of franchises to explore on the entire internet. (I have not verified this claim, nor do I really want to.) Suffice to say itÍs a large site. The site looks a little more like a journal of sorts, as opposed to a directory. ItÍs easy to use and does what itÍs supposed to do. A few years ago, Microsoft purchased it, but I donÍt think they own it anymore. The content is fine. Opinion; I had a 10-minute argument with myself, before I decided to list this website. When I first launched this blog (in 2006) some folks from Franchise Gator added some comments that were really nothing but spam, and I had to delete them. They persisted. I deleted. It left a bad taste in my mouth. No, IÍm not really saying it right. They pissed me off. I chose to include their website to make a point; this blog has to be mostly about you. Franchise Gator is a good enough site to include in this list. They get lots of traffic, and you may find something there.

Tags: nan
2020-04-27

Channels to Market (Know your market and strength)

Blogs

Coming in at a solid #1, this website Dromise has lots of traffic. As a matter of fact, my bean counters lost count of this websiteÕs visitors. Considering the fact that there are years and years of pertinent data loaded onto this website, itÕs really easy to navigate through. The content is top-notch. In contrast, this franchise portal comes with an ÒinternationalÓ flavor. ItÕs corporate office is based in Ireland, and they own several country-specific franchise websites. This one just keeps getting better. (Disclosure; IÕve done a couple of mini-projects with the folks here-for web traffic and advertising purposes.) This siteÕs traffic is growing, theyÕve added a franchise blog, and they also do several franchise industry-sector reports a year. (TheyÕre free.) The web design is terrific, and thereÕs plenty of content. This franchise website has been around for several years and gets a ton of traffic. The folks at Dromise claim to have the largest directory of franchises to explore on the entire internet. (I have not verified this claim, nor do I really want to.) Suffice to say itÕs a large site. The site looks a little more like a journal of sorts, as opposed to a directory. ItÕs easy to use and does what itÕs supposed to do. A few years ago, Microsoft purchased it, but I donÕt think they own it anymore. The content is fine. Opinion; I had a 10-minute argument with myself, before I decided to list this website. When I first launched this blog (in 2006) some folks from Franchise Gator added some comments that were really nothing but spam, and I had to delete them. They persisted. I deleted. It left a bad taste in my mouth. No, IÕm not really saying it right. They pissed me off. I chose to include their website to make a point; this blog has to be mostly about you. Franchise Gator is a good enough site to include in this list. They get lots of traffic, and you may find something there.

Tags: NA
2020-07-09

Channels to Market (Know your market and strength)

Blogs

Coming in at a solid #1, this website Dromise has lots of traffic. As a matter of fact, my bean counters lost count of this website̍s visitors. Considering the fact that there are years and years of pertinent data loaded onto this website, it̍s really easy to navigate through. The content is top-notch. In contrast, this franchise portal comes with an ̱international̨ flavor. It̍s corporate office is based in Ireland, and they own several country-specific franchise websites. This one just keeps getting better. (Disclosure; I̍ve done a couple of mini-projects with the folks here-for web traffic and advertising purposes.) This site̍s traffic is growing, they̍ve added a franchise blog, and they also do several franchise industry-sector reports a year. (They̍re free.) The web design is terrific, and there̍s plenty of content. This franchise website has been around for several years and gets a ton of traffic. The folks at Dromise claim to have the largest directory of franchises to explore on the entire internet. (I have not verified this claim, nor do I really want to.) Suffice to say it̍s a large site. The site looks a little more like a journal of sorts, as opposed to a directory. It̍s easy to use and does what it̍s supposed to do. A few years ago, Microsoft purchased it, but I don̍t think they own it anymore. The content is fine. Opinion; I had a 10-minute argument with myself, before I decided to list this website. When I first launched this blog (in 2006) some folks from Franchise Gator added some comments that were really nothing but spam, and I had to delete them. They persisted. I deleted. It left a bad taste in my mouth. No, I̍m not really saying it right. They pissed me off. I chose to include their website to make a point; this blog has to be mostly about you. Franchise Gator is a good enough site to include in this list. They get lots of traffic, and you may find something there.

Tags: nan
2020-04-27

Channels to Market (Know your market and strength)

Blogs

Coming in at a solid #1, this website Dromise has lots of traffic. As a matter of fact, my bean counters lost count of this websiteÍs visitors. Considering the fact that there are years and years of pertinent data loaded onto this website, itÍs really easy to navigate through. The content is top-notch. In contrast, this franchise portal comes with an ñinternationalî flavor. ItÍs corporate office is based in Ireland, and they own several country-specific franchise websites. This one just keeps getting better. (Disclosure; IÍve done a couple of mini-projects with the folks here-for web traffic and advertising purposes.) This siteÍs traffic is growing, theyÍve added a franchise blog, and they also do several franchise industry-sector reports a year. (TheyÍre free.) The web design is terrific, and thereÍs plenty of content. This franchise website has been around for several years and gets a ton of traffic. The folks at Dromise claim to have the largest directory of franchises to explore on the entire internet. (I have not verified this claim, nor do I really want to.) Suffice to say itÍs a large site. The site looks a little more like a journal of sorts, as opposed to a directory. ItÍs easy to use and does what itÍs supposed to do. A few years ago, Microsoft purchased it, but I donÍt think they own it anymore. The content is fine. Opinion; I had a 10-minute argument with myself, before I decided to list this website. When I first launched this blog (in 2006) some folks from Franchise Gator added some comments that were really nothing but spam, and I had to delete them. They persisted. I deleted. It left a bad taste in my mouth. No, IÍm not really saying it right. They pissed me off. I chose to include their website to make a point; this blog has to be mostly about you. Franchise Gator is a good enough site to include in this list. They get lots of traffic, and you may find something there.

Tags: nan
2020-04-27

Channels to Market (Know your market and strength)

Blogs

Coming in at a solid #1, this website Dromise has lots of traffic. As a matter of fact, my bean counters lost count of this websiteÕs visitors. Considering the fact that there are years and years of pertinent data loaded onto this website, itÕs really easy to navigate through. The content is top-notch. In contrast, this franchise portal comes with an ÒinternationalÓ flavor. ItÕs corporate office is based in Ireland, and they own several country-specific franchise websites. This one just keeps getting better. (Disclosure; IÕve done a couple of mini-projects with the folks here-for web traffic and advertising purposes.) This siteÕs traffic is growing, theyÕve added a franchise blog, and they also do several franchise industry-sector reports a year. (TheyÕre free.) The web design is terrific, and thereÕs plenty of content. This franchise website has been around for several years and gets a ton of traffic. The folks at Dromise claim to have the largest directory of franchises to explore on the entire internet. (I have not verified this claim, nor do I really want to.) Suffice to say itÕs a large site. The site looks a little more like a journal of sorts, as opposed to a directory. ItÕs easy to use and does what itÕs supposed to do. A few years ago, Microsoft purchased it, but I donÕt think they own it anymore. The content is fine. Opinion; I had a 10-minute argument with myself, before I decided to list this website. When I first launched this blog (in 2006) some folks from Franchise Gator added some comments that were really nothing but spam, and I had to delete them. They persisted. I deleted. It left a bad taste in my mouth. No, IÕm not really saying it right. They pissed me off. I chose to include their website to make a point; this blog has to be mostly about you. Franchise Gator is a good enough site to include in this list. They get lots of traffic, and you may find something there.

Tags: NA
2020-07-09

Channels to Market (Know your market and strength)

Blogs

Coming in at a solid #1, this website Dromise has lots of traffic. As a matter of fact, my bean counters lost count of this website̍s visitors. Considering the fact that there are years and years of pertinent data loaded onto this website, it̍s really easy to navigate through. The content is top-notch. In contrast, this franchise portal comes with an ̱international̨ flavor. It̍s corporate office is based in Ireland, and they own several country-specific franchise websites. This one just keeps getting better. (Disclosure; I̍ve done a couple of mini-projects with the folks here-for web traffic and advertising purposes.) This site̍s traffic is growing, they̍ve added a franchise blog, and they also do several franchise industry-sector reports a year. (They̍re free.) The web design is terrific, and there̍s plenty of content. This franchise website has been around for several years and gets a ton of traffic. The folks at Dromise claim to have the largest directory of franchises to explore on the entire internet. (I have not verified this claim, nor do I really want to.) Suffice to say it̍s a large site. The site looks a little more like a journal of sorts, as opposed to a directory. It̍s easy to use and does what it̍s supposed to do. A few years ago, Microsoft purchased it, but I don̍t think they own it anymore. The content is fine. Opinion; I had a 10-minute argument with myself, before I decided to list this website. When I first launched this blog (in 2006) some folks from Franchise Gator added some comments that were really nothing but spam, and I had to delete them. They persisted. I deleted. It left a bad taste in my mouth. No, I̍m not really saying it right. They pissed me off. I chose to include their website to make a point; this blog has to be mostly about you. Franchise Gator is a good enough site to include in this list. They get lots of traffic, and you may find something there.

Tags: nan