Tuesdays and Thursdays during the 2010 WordCount Blogathon, I’m running posts I originally wrote for SecondAct.com, an online magazine for people over 40 launched in April by Entrepreneur Media, publisher of Entrepreneur Magazine, Entrepreneur.com, WomenEntrepreneur.com and EntrepreneurEnEspanol.com.
About the time some people wind down their careers, Art Koff revved up his.
Koff, 75, is the brains behind RetiredBrains.com, an online job board and resource center on all things retirement-related, from continuing education to type 2 diabetes.
After a career in advertising Koff retired in 2000 at age 65. But he couldn’t sit still.
While still at his old agency, he’d worked in online advertising enough to know the value of a good domain name, so he and a friend bought a bunch related to retirement. Over time they sold off most of them. But Koff hung onto RetiredBrains. In 2003 he used it to launch a retirement resource center with information he couldn’t find elsewhere online.
Read the rest of this post at SecondAct.com: RetiredBrains puts experience to work.