The Everything Guide to Starting an Online Business: The Latest Strategies and Advice on How To Start a Profitable Internet Business

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Everything Books, Jan 18, 2013 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Create and run your own virtual business!

Whether it is a full-time online consulting business or just selling your crafts on the side, starting an Internet enterprise is a very appealing prospect to a budding entrepreneur! The Everything Guide to Starting an Online Business is the perfect guide as you navigate the online market?no matter your experience level. From developing an idea to sharing it with the world, this expert manual provides information on: Determining what kind of business to create Developing a smart business plan and online presence Transitioning from brick and mortar to the virtual world Using vendor sites like Etsy Promoting the business with social media Perfect for part-time entrepreneurs who want to make some extra cash or for full-timers who want one income stream, The Everything Guide to Starting an Online Business will help you get your businesses off the ground and onto the web!

 

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Contents

Setting the Stage
13
The Upside ofa Down Economy
19
Talk to the Experts
25
Hybrid OfflineOnline Businesses
33
04
42
Finding That Killer Idea
49
07
58
the Web Machine
85
Furnishings and Equipment
167
TechnologyGet Up to Speed
173
Building Your
179
Ten Tips for a Site That Sells
185
The Laws of Website Attraction
191
23
230
Bookkeeping Record Keeping
268
Tax Planning with a Pro
281

Put a Financing Plan
145
15
151
17
160
Appendix
296
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Randall Craig is an experienced Internet entrepreneur, consultant, and executive advisor. He has founded and sold several successful online startups, held a long-time position at a "big-four" consulting firm, and was an executive at an American public company. Craig has been advising on web strategy since 1994: he put the Toronto Star online, along with the Globe and Mail's GlobeInvestor/Globefund, several financial institutions, and about 100+ other major organizations' internet-based businesses. He lives in Toronto.

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