Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 23, 2008
The Internet is a grand bazaar of interesting and unusual products, sometimes ranging from far corners of the globe and changing hands not person to person but computer to computer. Seeing this teeming mass of worldwide commerce, Tom Edman has thrown his hat into the ring with http://www.MollysGifts.com , the new online arm of his Molly's Gifts business.
"I've run my own business for over forty years," says Edman, an experienced businessman who built http://www.MollysGifts.com with the Internet in mind. "I'm extremely honest -- maybe to a fault -- and I treat my customers with the utmost respect and common courtesy." It is these character traits which Edman hopes will set him apart from the pack, giving his customers a benchmark for quality, integrity, and value which is head and shoulders above his competition.
In keeping with that spirit, Tom has gone the extra mile with his web site and provided a business blog at http://www.MollysGifts.net to communicate with his customers, apprising them of changes to the site and products and allowing them to communicate their questions and requests to him directly. While this may seem to some like an extra burden to shoulder for a web store, to Tom Edman it's simply a natural extension of good business practices. "I've learned that online business has its ups and downs. Of course, all of the ups come when you're promoting the business and putting in your best effort, and the downs come when you aren't," says Edman, who is no stranger to hard work. He conducts his business with tireless exactitude, ensuring that orders are on their way to the buyer in under an hour and that all products are sure to satisfy his customers' needs. As for his personal favorites? "I like most of the patriotic items -- I'm sort of into that kind of thing -- but I like the wide variety of everything that's available."
As a worldwide business with a small business sensibility, Tom maintains his blog and tailors his products and presentation to the needs of his audience, trying to infuse the new site with the same energy and feel of a brick-and-mortar corner store. "I'm willing to do specials from time to time as far as discounts and shipping rates are concerned, and I conduct my business with honesty and integrity," says Edman, who is proving that progress does not have to come at the cost of doing good business.