Looking for Mr. Site

Lee, Mie-Yun
March 1999
Inc.;1999 Inc. Technology 1, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p96
Discusses how Jim Campbell, president of P.W. Campbell Inc. and Rob Snell, founder of Gun Dog Comics discovered the benefits of advertising through the Web site. Criteria for choosing a Web designer; Pros and cons of electronic commerce; Success reaped by Snell.


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