56 Million Behind and Rising: What I Learned on My Way Up As Web Entrepreneur

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Trafford Publishing, 2007 - Business & Economics - 230 pages

Some people boldly, even brashly, attempt to start a small Web business, ready to take on any problem as they occur. Others prefer to plan their move, and rely on expert guidance.

Even if both are motivated by the same dream, the latter win over the former, in the long run, and with a lot less hardship or scars.

There is nothing more intimidating than attempting something you are convinced you know nothing about. This book guides aspiring Web entrepreneurs along a safe path to a solid Web business. It takes the mystery out of becoming a business person on the Web. There are no secret or magical recipes to a Web venture. There are no short cuts, either. Just plain common sense, applied to a specific task, in a no nonsense way.

The author guides the reader through a discovering process that proved successful, both for himself and thousands of other Web entrepreneurs. No stones are left unturned. All possible questions are answered in a logical sequence. Why, who, what, where when, how, and many more, are fully covered.

In short, the book is about successfully planning and building a home based Web business, from the ground up. The author reveals, in layman's terms, the process he mastered under expert guidance, and pays it forward.

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