Seven Steps to Starting Your Internet Business - Spend time at...
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Spend time at your local library reading up on a subject your customers care about. Use search engines to find more information online. Jot down the things you learn and spin them into short articles using your own words.
Once your website is ready to grace the Internet, it’s time to find a web hosting service. You might want to ask your web designer or copywriter for suggestions. The most important part of a web hosting service is their reliability and low price.
You may not quit your day job today but your can plan your escape. Follow the steps we’ve identified above and that cubicle will become a thing of the past. Picture this…
No alarm goes off in my morning silence. I awake naturally to the sound of birds about 6:15am. I slip on my slippers and walk 40 feet to my home office. I’m at work! No disapproving boss monitors my every move. No crazy drivers tailgate my vehicle. I am at peace. I have a successful home-based business.
What stands between you and a 40 second commute? Nothing, except a little knowledge regarding how to start, and successfully run, your own business.
Michele Schermerhorn calls herself a “Corporate Freedom Fighter” dedicated to freeing cubicle prisoners throughout the country. She has over 30 years experience in the business world and over 12 years running her own successful online businesses. She is President of Online Business Institute Inc. (http://www.obinstitute.com), authors a sassy marketing blog (http://www.imarketblog.com), and regularly conducts free online seminars. Online Business Institute Inc. exists to “Create Successful Online Business Owners One Person At A Time”.
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