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So here you are! you’ve been surfing around the Internet for quite some time. Or you’re new and are thrilled by what it has to offer. You say to yourself “Hey! Look at all those people earning big money on the internet” and you decide you want to be a part of it.
Writing for the Web is not the same as writing for print. People read differently on the Web. They scan read-jumping quickly from one piece of content to the next. People are much more action-orientated on the Web. They get online to get something done. Words should always be driving actions.
Sendmail can be a little scary. If the 1,000+ page O’Reilly reference doesn’t give you pause, the cryptic configuration files probably will. But actually, if you can put up with a little pain to get by the basics, Sendmail really isn’t all that difficult. It is complicated, but a few “rules of the road” will allow you to understand it.
There are thousands of newsgroups and forums online. They provide a fascinating and useful insight into the minds and methods of others who share our interests. They also act as an amazing resource for finding out almost anything you need to know.
Ok, so you’re growing the business but have you paid attention to its infrastructure and the extent to which it can support this growth? In today’s technically dependent work environment attention must be paid to the tools and glue that binds and keeps a business operation functioning efficiently while preventing it from falling apart under the pressure of expansion.
Personal computers have become to the office of today, what hand calculators were thirty years ago, you’ve got to have them. They are the tools for today’s highly efficient operation, permitting team members to organize, communicate, manipulate and produce a number of products efficiently to support the business.
Everything I know about customer service I learned from working at McDonalds as a teenager. Hard to believe, but true! In this day of highly competitive cyber business, the companies that will succeed will be those that offer superior customer service. The value of a lifetime customer is immeasurable. So once you get a customer, how do you keep him? The answer is killer customer service! Here are some of the secrets that have made McDonalds the success it is today!
Late last night I turned on my television and discovered a used car salesman trying to sell this cheap clunker of a car to recently pink-slipped and bankrupt dot-com unfortunates.