How to Quit your Day Job with Turnkey Websites - The only requirements...
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The only requirements of most turnkey website membership stores is that you are required to sell their websites with a domain already installed onto your server. You can never sell the script as they do or your account will be terminated.
This is not a get rich quick scheme or a slap 'em up website that you hope will make you money just by existing on the internet – that NEVER happens. Like any business, it takes some sweat equity – but not very much. Normally it takes about 2 hours per day in installing websites (usually takes about 5 – 10 minutes each) and answering questions from potential buyers.
When you quit your day job, you will have so many customers that you will be working 8 hours a day as I do, but it's all worth it – working at home or your own office with no one to answer to but yourself is worth everything in the world!
About The Author
Ty Wenzel is a respected author and award-winning web-designer located in East Hampton, NY. She is also an eBay expert who caters to first-time entrepreneurs who would like to make money online with the use of her turnkey websites at Design Shrine PHP Factory. Her turnkey websites can be viewed with demos at http://www.designshrinephpfactory.com and her hosting reseller program can be viewed at http://www.designshrine.net/store/cpanel-hosting-reseller-unlimited-space-bandwidth-domains-p-342.html.
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