- Solid CactusCo-Founder, 2001 - present
- King's College, PennsylvaniaCommunications, 1989 - 1993
“Reflecting on Life Before Facebook.” Or, “Lets Twerk!”
I got to thinking the other day, what was life like before Facebook? I have to admit that I'm growing tired of the social media site that tu
“Where Did That Towel Come From?” Or, “Let’s Be Honest, We’re All Thieves!”
A few years ago I signed up with a company that rewards me with airline miles if I fill out a survey or two a month. Not bad considering I h
“Finger Pointing Over Bad Search Results.” Or, “Sins of the Past Impact ...
If you have a website or eCommerce store, you probably have an intense hatred towards Google. Just the words “panda” or “penguin” strikes fe
“I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write a Letter.” Or, “That’s One Bad Ass B...
The art of sitting down and writing a letter has been replaced by typing out an email or sending a text message. I was never one to send a l
“eCommerce Isn’t the Field of Dreams.” Or, “Answering a Question as Old ...
If there's one thing that bothers me about eCommerce, it's the misconception many people have about opening and running an online business.
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“Social Media and the eCommerce Store.” Or, “How to Take Advantage of Fr...
As eCommerce store owners are looking for ways to increase their sales in 2013, many are venturing beyond traditional pay-per-click advertis
“Is It Time for an eCommerce Store Redesign?” Or, “Those $3 Batteries Co...
As we embark on wrapping up the first quarter of the new year, many eCommerce store owners are getting ready to start concentrating on getti
“Go Daddy! Go Daddy!” Or, “The Super Bowl Kiss That Stirred Up a Ruckus....
How many times have you been asked, “What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial?” If you’re like me and find football as interesting as th
“Tipping the Valet.” Or, “What’s With the $2 Bills?”"Tipping the Valet."...
There's something to be said about being able to pull up to the front door of the grocery store, get out and let someone else park the car.
“Reminiscing.” Or, “eCommerce Then -vs- eCommerce Now.”“Reminiscing.” Or...
When I launched my first eCommerce store in 1994, there weren’t too many web design shops you could ring up and have them build you a websit
“Accidents, Eating Dirt & Rusty Nails.” Or, “Toughen Up Kiddo, It’s ...
I had my share of accidents growing up. There was the time I was riding my Schwinn home from my after school job and didn’t notice the storm
“The Customer is Always Right.” Or, “A Look at Policies that Can Hurt Yo...
I follow several eCommerce forums where online store owners gather, shoot the breeze, complain about customers, share experiences and offer
“It’s the Only Way to Travel.” Or, “A Day in the Life of a Frequent Flye...
Once upon a time, in the not so distant past, flying the friendly skies was an enjoyable experience. People would dress up for the occasion,
“A Reader Responds to the Goldman Sachs Test.” Or, “What Kind of Company...
Scott,. I read your blog post today about Goldman Sachs. I always thought big companies like Goldman were evil and really don't care abo
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“One Bad Apple (Store Employee).” Or, “Why Customer Service Matters.”
I needed to get a new power supply for my laptop, so on Tuesday I headed over to the Apple Store in Boca Raton, FL. As usual, the place was
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“Growing Your eCommerce Business With Pinterest.” Or, “One, Two, Three… ...
For some reason, I just can't pronounce the damn word. I know it's “interest” with a “p” in front of it, but for some reason, I always add i