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ONLINE BUSINESS HELP

Recipes For Online Failure And Success - Defining The Niche
By: Bill Platt
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    2005-12-11

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  • Recipes For Online Failure And Success - Defining The Niche
  • For years, posting...
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  • Where most new...
  • There is no...
  • Websites and article...
  • Some niches will...
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    WHERE MOST NEW ARTICLE DIRECTORIES GO WRONG

    Where most new article directories go wrong is the same place most new webmasters go wrong.

    Hey, even I was guilty of this when I first came to the internet. I did not know what exactly I wanted to do online. I just knew that I wanted to make money online.

    So, what did I do?

    I did the same thing most new webmasters do. I tried to be "everything to everyone"!

    Then one day, I decided to start an ezine. That actually worked out well for me. I ran the WindstormComputing.com ezine for a couple of years, until I just ran out of time to keep it going. I let the ezine fall into disuse, while I focused my time and efforts on making money. ;-)

    The ezine itself was not the platform for making an income, but it did help to launch me into a real money making venture. The ezine gave me the confidence to begin writing articles, which helped me to create my own specific niche on the internet.


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