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  • An inner voice

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    An inner voice

    Driven by an inner passion, athletes and fitness buffs sometimes have to let the outer world in while in the middle of a training session. JayBirdGear.com sells headsets and earphones designed for consumers with active lifestyles. 

    Posted 11/26/2011Kevin WoodwardPost a comment

    Driven by an inner passion, athletes and fitness buffs sometimes have to let the outer world in while in the middle of a training session. JayBirdGear.com sells headsets and earphones designed for consumers with active lifestyles.?
  • Newegg.com cracks wireless services market

    Online computer and electronics retailer Newegg.com has launched cellular phone and wireless services as it continues to push further into the consumer electronics world.

    Posted 08/29/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Online computer and electronics retailer Newegg.com has launched cellular phone and wireless services as it continues to push further into the consumer electronics world.
  • Headsets.com plugs into Canada and affiliate marketing

    Aided by the launch of a new Canadian web site and its first affiliate marketing program, Headsets.com is on track to generate web sales of about $10 million in 2005, says CEO Mike Faith.

    Posted 08/31/2005Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Aided by the launch of a new Canadian web site and its first affiliate marketing program, Headsets.com is on track to generate web sales of about $10 million in 2005, says CEO Mike Faith.
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    How Headsets.com doubled revenues in one year

    Niche player Headsets booked $7 million in 2002, twice as much as the prior year, by giving customer service top priority. Management considers any employee not dealing with customers to be overhead.

    Posted 03/11/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Niche player Headsets booked $7 million in 2002, twice as much as the prior year, by giving customer service top priority. Management considers any employee not dealing with customers to be overhead.

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