Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Internet business

From first-hand experience, I know that the primary challenge for the internet business newcomer is knowing how and where to begin. Let's face it, the World Wide Web is a big place and getting bigger all the time. It's easy to get lost out there without some objective guidance.

If you've spent any time at all researching a home based internet business, you already know that the number of "opportunities" are mind boggling. A Google search for the phrase "internet business opportunity" alone returns over 109 million results. How do you know which are legitimate and which are scams? How do you know who to believe when one will lie and the other will swear to it!? Unfortunately, in many cases, you won't know until it's too late and you've already been suckered in and exploited. Most of the time, if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. But don't let the con-artists and the fear of the unknown discourage you.

On this web site, I will only introduce you to legitimate types of home internet businesses. I'm not going to try to sell you anything or drive you to a "one of a kind business opportunity". I am going to give you the information you need to get started and point you to the resources you'll need to be successful. I will, of course, make recommendations and offer suggestions, but only because I know that my recommendations and suggestions work.

The bulk of the information on this site is provided with the novice internet marketer in mind. My intent is to cover in greater detail, the information that is typically glossed over at other web sites or in other tutorials. The successful internet business people that tend to make light of this information usually don't do it on purpose, they've just been doing it so long and are so good at it that much of the information they assume everyone should know about, really is not that 'basic'. They forget what it was like when they first started out.

Even if you're an advanced beginner and think you have a pretty good handle on the ins and outs of home internet business planning and set-up, ISP options, web hosting, domain registration, and the like, you still may want to consider covering the tutorial from start to finish. Since I go into much more detail than other tutorials, you might pick up on something you had not considered before.

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