Home-Based 100 winners mentioned in New York Times

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Just wanted to tip my hat to two 2007 Home-Based 100 winners that were mentioned in the New York Times yesterday by columnist David Pogue.

The featured Home-Based 100 winners were:

They were used as shining examples of how you can set up a website easily, effectively, and at minimal cost using the Microsoft Office Live Small Business solution that you see promoted all over our 11 Steps to a Successful Website section.


We’re so glad that your Home-Based 100 recognition has led to so much media attention.


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