The Complete Idiot's Guide to Starting a Web-Based Business (Complete Idiot's Guides (Computers))
|Rating||:||4.69 (580 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||368 Pages|
Decent for beginners but some incorrect info, and author's own sites are lacking I am a web designer who has done work for Fortune 1000, non-profs, and govt, but I have little experience with small e-commerce sites, so I thought this book might be helpful.This book is written at a *very* basic level, a small step up from explaining what a website or search engine is. Much of it is common sense, but there are some pretty good points that not everyone will know. So on that level, I think its good for beginners who have no experience with web developmen. A Practical and Informative Gide This is a practical and informative introduction to the world of web-based business. The few other books I have read on the subject were filled with a pie-in-the-sky-get-rich-quick orientation and this has none of that. Just a realistic examination of the subjects that you need to address to get a web-based business off the ground.. "You Can Wear Out These Pages Following The Experienced Advice" according to W. Terry Whalin. If you're going to begin a new venture, you want to follow detailed advice from someone who has successfully started an online venture. Steve Slaunwhite is that person. As he writes inside the cover, "I built that website (his first website) into a six-figure money maker for me, and helped dozens of other entrepreneurs do the same."Whether you have never launched a website or already have a foot in the web-based world, you need this book. It contains hundreds of time-tes
The web-based basics! Aspiring web entrepreneurs will find here everything they need to know about starting and running their own small-scale online business. Whether they intend to sell goods, services, subscriptions, or advertising, this book provides them with the specific nuts and bolts of planning, designing, building, hosting, marketing, and operating their online businesses. •The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Starting Your Own Business has over a quarter million copies sold in five editions •1.6 million web-based businesses in the U.S., a $175 billion market in 2007 •Online businesses benefiting from increasing number of Internet users- with increased traffic for subscription, advertising, and affiliate program revenue
He sells books, reportsm courses, and audio programs on his websites. He helps companies with online marketing and has written copy for 42 of the Fortune 500(r). . Steven Slaunwhite is an award-winning copywriter, author, and web-based business owner. A popular speaker, he has been featured in Wall Street Journal and other publications
A popular speaker, he has been featured in Wall Street Journal and other publications. He sells books, reportsm courses, and audio programs on his websites. About the AuthorSteven Slaunwhite is an award-winning copywriter, author, and web-based business owner. He helps companies with online marketing and has written copy for 42 of the Fortune 500(r).