August 26th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: The Award Writers

And the award for Outstanding Performance in a Onepager goes to… The Award Writers!

With the Emmys this week, we got awards on the mind (Julia Louis Dreyfus, we’re rooting for you). But what about us non- TV stars who could use a little credit? Sydney-based company The Award Writers can help the rest of us get nominated for the awards we deserve.

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August 19th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Pilates with Wendy

Today’s featured Onepager has a strong core!

Pilates with Wendy is a Pilates studio located in Pasadena, CA. Through a variety of tools and equipment (which include some killer names like the Reformer, the Cadillac and the Wunda Chair), Wendy’s routine will bring balance to your life and strength to your body. No matter a your level of experience or lifestyle, she’ll design a routine that exactly fits your needs. We wonder what she’d prescribe for someone who’s been eating ice cream every other day and rewatching all five seasons of Breaking Bad. No reason, just curious.

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August 12th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Neet Cleaners

A-hem! Today’s Featured Onepager is perfectly tailored to customers.

How many times have you Googled “dry cleaners” in your neighborhood only to find a phone number and some typo-ridden reviews? With a website as tidy as your clothes will be, NYC-based Neet Cleaners is way ahead of the game.

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August 4th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Sara Mckinlay, Personal Chef in St. Louis

Today’s Feature Onepager looks delicious!

 Sara McKinlay is a personal chef based in St. Louis, MO. She works with her clients to make sure meals fit their appetites and budgets. Whether you’re gluten-free, vegan, or just want to eat healthier, Sara will work with you to make sure her meals support your lifestyle.

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July 28th, 2014 - Customer Spotlights

Meet Laurie Scott, a Sarode Player Who Studied North India Classical Music with a Master for 25 Years

After returning to the States from India in her twenties, Laurie Scott wasn’t quite sure what to do with her life. Luckily, she discovered the Ali Akbar College of Music in California and has been devoting herself to its music ever since. Now with a new website, she’s teaching others about this form of music and its rich history.

How did you become interested in North Indian classical music?

I was surrounded by music as I grew up. As a teenager, I attended a concert of Ravi Shankar, the great sitar player, and it completely enthralled me. It affected me like no other music has. In my twenties, I lived in an ashram in India. We had really great musicians come and perform. My love for the music grew from there.

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July 21st, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Turn the Pages Foundation

Takes notes on today’s Featured Onepager, and then donate your notebook to its very worthy cause.

Turn the Pages is a non-profit dedicated to bringing learning materials to underserved schools around the world. By collecting used notebooks and removing used pages, they provide other students with valuable school supplies (and might just clear up some storage space for you. You weren’t ever gonna revisit at those Econ 101 notes anyway). This year, they partnered with Shippensberg University and Rollins College, and hopefully a school near you soon!

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July 11th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Tyler Benjamin, Personal Trainer in NYC

A site fit for a trainer is today’s Featured Onepager!

Tyler Benjamin is a personal trainer based in New York City. Not only does he offer a wide variety of services, but he also gives clients the flexibility to train in their homes, offices, or his studio. So whether you’re looking for a boxing lesson in the Upper East Side or core work during a lunch break, Tyler’s your guy.

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July 4th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Queen of Spades Gardens

This client-focused landscape designer creates beautiful, eco-friendly gardens!

Queen of Spades is a landscaping company based in Portland, OR. It’s owned by Emalee Assenberg, who specializes in sustainable outdoor design, container gardening, and client coaching. Not only does she use green materials to create her vibrant landscapes, but she also teaches customers how to care for their gardens on their own. This hands-on approach makes her designs equally sustainable for the environment and her clients.

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February 26th, 2014 - Customer Spotlights

How Q-cord’s Onepager is Breaking Down Barriers for New York’s Most Famous Museums

Evan Stender is a product designer at 10-31 Industries, who builds museum displays and products for the likes of the MoMA, Sotheby’s, and the MET. But when the company realized that one of its most useful products was practically invisible on its own website, they used Onepager to increase product awareness.

Tell us a little about how Q-cord got started.

Q-cord is a retractable display barrier that was created by 10-31 Inc., a company my father founded almost 30 years ago. 10-31 sells a lot of items for the museum display market, but we rebranded Q-cord to set it apart as a unique, high-end product so that people weren’t coming to the same company for everything.

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December 17th, 2013 - Advice, General

Getting Your Small Business Started

As a follow-up to our survey for Shared Experiences of Small Business Owners, we have written up a series of helpful articles addressing the concerns that small business owners share.

The beginning is the hardest part. Maintaining a successful business model over subsequent years can be tough work, but creating the foundation is intimidating because it takes a lot of education (which turns into knowledge), and persistence (even when the future seems scary). Luckily the Internet is on our side, and there are thousands of resources and experts lingering around in places specifically designed to help you succeed. In fact, we’re one of them. So let’s start at the beginning, hone the details, and get your small business up and running—pronto.
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