Stephanie Peterson is an entrepreneurship enthusiast with a background in branding and Web design/development. She's a founder of the up-and-coming profile photo testing site for professionals,PhotoFeeler.com, and also blogs about e-commerce for microbusiness owners at FairgroundMedia.com, where she has created such helpful resources as the Etsy Pro WordPress plugin and The Ultimate E-Commerce Platform Comparison.
Personal Website: http://www.fairgroundmedia.com
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There’s a predisposition for self-blame that women have, that can make it tough to claim power over a thing as fickle and finicky as technology. That's why this writer almost wrote it off.
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