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While online business start up costs are nothing compared to the brick-and-mortar businesses, you still need to make some minimum investment to launch a web business.
Writing a book is an effort that not everyone takes pleasure in. Creating software takes special skills and patience. If you can’t write and can’t program, does it mean you can’t start an online business? Absolutely not.
I received an email during the week from a reader of a recent article “The 10 Most Popular Myths About Running A Home-Based Business Online” (http://www.ahbbo.com/top10.html). That article was, I admit, something of a vent which was long overdue and it struck a chord with many readers who wrote in to let me know that it described their experiences to a T.
In this article I wanted to give you something special that could help you start making money almost immediately online. Many of the Techniques I teach you and tools that I give you take a long time to start producing Internet Profits. That is just the nature of any business. It takes time to build a profitable business. You have to think long-term to own a successful business.
Not long ago, books, tapes and programs were all the rage telling how easy it was to make money in mail order. The ads are still running, and a few people are still reaping the rewards. Remember the guy making money from his kitchen table, wearing only his shorts?
“Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant.” – P.T. Barnum
John Ray, the famous 17th century author, was known to have written the aphorism, “Money begets money.” In the business world, I’m sure you’ve also heard the saying, “You’ve got to have money to make money.”
How the marketing group can add value in the eyes of investors.
Despite the tumultuous and unpredictable state of today’s capital markets, marketers have plenty of ways to increase the value of their organization and help to raise funds for their companies. Here are a few ideas that offer particular promise in the current economic climate. Some represent new marketplace solutions and others offer new twists on time-tested strategies. But don’t get us wrong—we are not suggesting that you overlook traditional marketing strategies that are working for you.
It’s funny how sometimes several things seem to happen at once which will call our attention to a place where it’s needed. I’ve received correspondence – and read comments – recently that turned my attention to some of the online payment processing companies.
I decided to take a look at what’s going on here and couldn’t help but be appalled. I’m always appalled when I find unfair advantage being taken of those who are trying their darndest just to run their businesses in a professional manner.
– It’s All About Comfort
The main reason I began to use tax preparation software a number of years ago was “comfort” – I still did my own taxes but wanted to be sure I wasn’t missing out on any potential deductions or savings. Using electronic tax preparation gave me this comfort level and assurance by “holding my hand” through the process, giving me “alerts” that can guide me through the process and let me take advantage of any and all new changes that may help me.
1. Insert a brochure for another product in the first product package your customer buys from you.
It’s a fact that you can save $20 a month using a free ISP, but you’ll be making a remittance in another form.
I know you have seen the statistic that over 90% of those attempting to build an online business or income will fail. It is a statistic that is not hard to believe when I scan the hundreds of emails I get everyday. Why does someone hide their identity in their email marketing program?