How to start an online business
Posted By: Steve MacLellan (blk-137-74-69.eastlink.ca)
Date: Wednesday, 28 February 2007, at 4:18 a.m.
A lot of people are coming tho this discussion forum only to be disappointed at finding their type at home job wasn't anything more than a scam. Many will be looking for something else to do. Wouldn't it be great if someone could show you a step-by-step process that would teach you how it is done? Here is what I posted about the topic on another discussion forum:Duncan Carver is an experienced marketer who has just recently started a new project. He will be showing all of the steps involved to launching a business using the Internet. His new business will based on a worm farming project. Why anyone would choose a niche like that is beyond me, but the reason I suggest it to you has nothing to do with worms.
Besides sending out a newsletter, he is posting the steps to a blog. Start here and subscribe to his RSS feed or his newsletter. You are sure to get some great tips and ideas along the way for your own niche, whatever that might be.
I learned how to run an online business this way too. Someone took the time in a newsletter (years ago) to document their process, and all I had to do was to follow their lead. Of course my business idea wasn't the same so there were some variations along the way, but I learned enough to find a way to turn my ideas into a business. You can too.
The fellow who is offering this, Duncan, is, in my humble opinion one of the "good guys" and I think you can learn a lot. I recommend this to you because so many of us who actually do make a living online are too involved running our own business to be able to take the time to explain how it is done. As you will see from Duncan's journal, there is a lot of work to it.
- How to start an online business
Steve MacLellan (blk-137-74-69.eastlink.ca) -- Wednesday, 28 February 2007, at 4:18 a.m.