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Looking for biz partner with web design ability

Oct 4, 2004 11:55PM PDT

I have a small business and I want to change my focus. I have great ideas and great vision but I'm limited in my ability to create my business online. I need a partner that can create a webpage, administer a Php board, handle e-commerce and auction software, who is knowledgable about web marketing and who has the time and enthusiasm to work on a project with the hopes that it will make big money.

Let me know if you are interested.

Thanks,
Rina

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How would anyone contact you and...
Oct 5, 2004 12:10AM PDT

How about sharing your web site address?

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Re: Looking for biz partner with web design ability
Oct 5, 2004 12:27AM PDT

I'm sorry but this is not a "partner search" forum. There are many companies out there that will help you create an online business image. This CNET forum category is for specific help in web development related issues only.

Links that might help you:
http://onlinebusiness.about.com/cs/startingup/

Regards,
Ryan Sechrest

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