There is more to Syroco than meets the eye. First, it is the name of a company, Syracuse Ornamental Company, and it is the catch-all phrase for a material that looked and felt like wood but was made of Adirondack wood pulp, flour, and other components. Contributor Chriss Swaney shares more...
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan explains how blogging just a few minutes each day can effectively leverage both your time and your money.
Wayne Jordan takes a closer look at the results of the Sellers Choice Awards tabulated by EcommerceBytes.com. See how the various online sales platforms stack up in Wayne’s latest Behind the Gavel column.
Things have changed since eBay first came on the scene, and in recent years many have questioned if there is a place for small sellers at eBay anymore. Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan discusses this hot topic...
Online reviews play a heavy role in a customer’s perception of your business. Fortunately, there are things you can do to be proactive in fostering a positive view of your business, as outlined by Wayne Jordan in his Behind the Gavel column.
The Curator’s Eye, a distinctive online platform for the finest art and antiques from distinguished dealers across the globe, recently discussed the evolving role of the Internet in the art market with leading London-based dealer Michael Backman.
Despite all the gloomy predictions for the antiques trade, this is the place to be says columnist Wayne Jordan. He explains why now is the time to open a brick and mortar antiques shop: Shop owners benefit from low rents, high gas prices and more flexibility than “big box” retailers.