How to Start a Home-Based Web Design Business

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Globe Pequot Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 195 pages
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For those who want to be their own boss, change careers, or add excitement, challenge, and a boost to Social Security in the retirement years, starting a home business is the perfect option.

This series provides the tools to help launch a successful home business and keep it running in today's competitive environment. Like having a personal business advisor, each title in this series provides insider information from professionals who have done it themselves, including:
-- Essential information on start-up costs, self-evaluation, and zoning regulations
-- Advice on how to attract first-time customers, maintain a loyal client base, and price services competitively and profitably
-- Easy-to-use worksheets and questionnaires to help entrepreneurs focus on success, plus sample business forms
-- Listings of contacts, organizations, and phone numbers of people in the trade
-- Internet sites as sources of information, marketing and selling, and making contacts

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Contents

DECIDING WHAT SERVICES TO OFFER
17
PLANNING YOUR WEB DESIGN SHOP
29
APPENDIX
41
Copyright

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JIM SMITH served with the 315th Bomb Wing, 20th Air Force during, World War II, where he was a radio operator of a B-29B bomber named "The Boomerang," He has researched "The Last Mission" for more than twenty years. MALCOLM McCONNELL is the author or coauthor of twenty-three books, many of them on military subjects. He most recently cowrote "Born to Fly" with Navy pilot Shane Osborn. He lives near Washington, D.C.

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