Entrepreneurosaurus commented on the following stories on BizSugar
Definitely NOT for everyone. Look at the small business failure rate. Not that having a business fail means you're not really an entrepreneur. But often, as the SBA literature says, businesses don't fail because of lack of business. It's got more to do with management which has to do with whether the person in question is able and prepared to do the management. This is often the real test whether someone is an entrepreneur or not."
The future belongs to innovators. Always has. From the dinosaurs right up until the present day. Cultures and nations (and people) who ignore innovation, or worse yet create systems to prevent it and preserve the status quo, do so at great peril. Life offers no guarantees except perhaps that the path of stagnation leads to extinction. "
The view most traditional businesses take when they finally lumber into online marketing belongs in the Jurassic Period, that is to say back in the days of the dinosaurs. They start and stop with the question, how many visitors will I get/am I getting? No matter that they may be selling a highly specialized product or service for which one hundred committed repeat visitors per week would be better than a thousand disinterested visitors dumped on their site by a traffic provider that's big on promises over the same period. They don't measure results beyond these numbers and subscribe to the theory that bigger is better...and we all know where that got our giant reptile friends: extinction! "