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Web site Basics: A Primer for Hispanic Small Businesses

Welcome to Web site basics a primer for Hispanic Small Business brought to you in both English and Spanish. This module was founded in the belief that e-commerce education should not only be available to Spanish Speaking business owners but also that small business stand to benefit greatly from the patronage of the Spanish speaking consumer. So if you are thinking about the benefits of adding online shopping options in Spanish or if you are a small business with Spanish speaking customers considering the value of adding some form of e-commerce to your existing business plan, this module will assist you.

For Extension Educators
(and Other Facilitators)

Conceptos Básicos para Establecer un Sitio Web para Empresas Pequeñas

Bienvenido a los pasos básicos de este sitio Web, una introducción para los dueños de Negocios Hispanos Pequeños que le será presentada en inglés y español. Este módulo se basó en la creencia de que la educación para utilizar el comercio en línea debe estar disponible para los dueños de negocios que hablan español y también porque se cree que hay negocios pequeños que se benefician enormemente del apoyo de consumidores de habla hispana. Si usted esta pensando acerca de los beneficios de agregar opciones de ventas en español, o si usted tiene un negocio pequeño con clientes de habla hispana y esta usted considerando el valor de agregar alguna forma de comercio en línea en su plan de negocios, este módulo lo puede orientar.

Para Educadores de Extensión
(y Otros Facilitadores )


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CSREES These materials were developed as part of the Southern Rural Development Center’s National e-Commerce Extension Initiative. They are based upon work supported by the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under Award No. 2005-45064-03212

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