How to Make Money Organizing Information

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iUniverse, 2002 - Business & Economics - 676 pages
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How to Make Money Organizing Information is about preparing, packaging, writing, creating, developing, producing, designing, locating, navigating, selling, and marketing information. It's also about writing scripts, producing videos with your camcorder, and using your personal computer hooked to your camcorder with a cable to transfer information or videos, sound, or other content to your computer.

This book gives you practical information about working online at home with flexible hours—either part or full time. How to Make Money Organizing Information is for all ages and all situations. It doesn't matter whether you're home-based, have a disability, are over age 60 or a young student who wants to work part time, or need a full-time business to support yourself and your family.

More than 26 businesses described can be operated using either a computer or camcorder or both linked together to transfer text, graphics, or sound at the same or different times. The guidebook is about how to start on a tight budget and operate many low-capital businesses dealing with the creation, development, and dissemination of information of all kinds for a variety of businesses and purposes.

Part Two of the book is about writing for the new media/digital media and how to sell or launch your freelance writing in the media before it is published. The chapters focus on how to create, promote, and sell your information and how to research your intended markets.

You can start many types of businesses at home part time from gift baskets to making dolls for medical offices, but these business-based homes work with information online and on disk, in print, and sent through e-mail attachments. Check out the associations and training programs information in the appendices.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER
18
CHAPTER THREE
34
CHAPTER
49
CHAPTER EIGHT
66
CHAPTER
80
CHAPTER ELEVEN
96
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
112
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
126
CHAPTER THIRTYONE
284
CHAPTER THIRTYTHREE
316
CHAPTER THIRTYSIX
332
CHAPTER THIRTYEIGHT
350
CHAPTER THIRTYNINE
364
CHAPTER FORTYTWO
383
CHAPTER FORTYTHREE
391
CHAPTER FORTYFIVE
403

CHAPTER SIXTEEN
137
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
147
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
155
CHAPTER NINETEEN
164
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
174
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
190
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
199
CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
206
CHAPTER TWENTYSIX
222
CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN
240
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT
254
INDEXING BOOKS AND WEB SITES 261
261
CHAPTER THIRTY
264
CHAPTER FORTYSEVEN
416
CHAPTER FORTYEIGHT
451
CHAPTER FORTYNINE
496
APPENDICES 503
503
APPENDIXB 512
512
APPENDIXD 544
544
APPENDIXE 550
550
APPENDIXF 557
557
APPENDIXG 571
571
APPENDIXH 579
579
INDEX 651
651
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Anne Hart has operated her homebased information creation business and has written a book a year since 1963. She holds a graduate degree in English/Creative Writing, and lifetime community college teaching credentials.

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