Home Business Guide

Here’s a quick guide on how to start your own home business. Home based business is a convenient way to earn money from the comfort of your home. It is suitable for students wanting to earn some quick money, housewives, and retired people. Some young people also take the leap due to various family commitments and other personal reasons. You need to decide what kind of work to do which include data entry, jewelry making, doll collecting, etc. People start a home business usually to spend more time at home. You should explore deeply and carefully before starting this kind of work. It is better to refrain from paying money to any web site that offers to set your own home business with no money at all. That will be very foolish of you, as nothing is free in this world.

For the new comer, it is better to start with the free forms of marketing that are available. These consist of article marketing, blogging, social media, press releases, and classified ads. In order to use this marketing strategy you must provide content to the viewers or customers. When your marketing budget is a few thousand dollars you have more options available that will get quick results. It is advisable to learn the methods of keyword advertising that all the professional marketers use or you will end up losing money without any result.

The most important in your marketing strategy is to be consistent and patient. Just because your ad is not getting results immediately, it does not me it is not working.

Some important things to sort our before starting a home business include:

1. Can you do it: You need to belief in yourself that you are up for this kind of work. Next ask yourself, what kind of work you want to do.

2. You have to be patient & wise: This kind of work requires patience and wisdom. You are alone in this and need to have both these qualities.

3. Planning is important: You need to have a plan on what you want to do to help keeping things straight?

4. Set a budget: You should have a fixed budget and not go above it. Work out how much you can spend and how much you are prepared to spend?

A Small Business Guide

Introduction

It is widely recognised that Email and the Internet is here to stay! Both mediums have become a vital part of business and personal communication in a world that increasingly relies on technology. We understand its benefits and sometimes berate its downsides; too much email, lack of personal communication, spam, the risk of employees accessing inappropriate material and using employer resources for personal gain.

This gain in technology has not come without cost as increasingly employers and employees are being bought to task over breaches of copyright, confidentiality, privacy, discrimination and harassment and in some instances criminal offences (pornography, obscene and threatening material).

This fact sheet examines ways of measures you can take to greatly reduce and protect your business from legal and other risks.

Recently Monash University reported that email abuse had significantly increased as employees seek to avoid personal confrontation by sending abusive e-mails to those they had targeted or are angry with instead of speaking to them face to face.

This type of behaviour places employers at risk of claims of workplace harassment and discrimination and it is important that you take measures to ensure that this type of activity is clearly communicated as unacceptable to your employees.

By way of example, Biz Momentum undertook a sexual harassment investigation for an employer after an employee complained of sexual harassment by a work colleague. Biz Momentum found that the work colleague had unlawfully accessed 500 different pornographic web-sites over a period of 6 months and at the expense of the employer. The employer took appropriate action.

What should I include in my electronic mail & Internet policy

Biz Momentum recommends that you implement E-mail and Internet policies that includes the following key elements

1. Computer Policies and Procedures

2. E-mail and Internet for Business & Private Use

3. Audit

1. Policies and Procedures

Ensure that you have comprehensive computer policies and procedures relating to defined boundaries that protect you from legal risk for using your E-mail and Internet facilities.

Communicate these policies and procedures to your employees and new starts – ensure that they sign off on these policies. This cannot be understated in the event of a dispute and is best practice management in protecting your business interests.

2. Email for Business & Private Use

a. Be upfront – use of E-mail and the Internet is primarily for business use. If you allow reasonable private use, specify when (lunchbreak) and the type of mail employees may compose (electronic banking, child-care arrangements etc)

b. Be specific on what an employee may not access or use E-mail or the Internet for (breach of copyright, spam, masquerading, personal business gain, acts that incite hatred, discrimination to name a few).

3. Audit

Your policies and procedures should inform employees that you conduct regular computer audits in line with the law. This is not an invasive procedure but is designed to protect your business.

No matter what the size of your business, wether you have stand-alone computers or you are networked ensure that your computer logs are audited on a frequent basis.

However a word of caution! Be careful! There are various laws (Privacy Act) that define what you may or may not do when viewing computer logs and this can include not opening and reading employee E-mail or Internet sites. However by viewing the computer logs you can gain a reasonable understanding from where the traffic is directed. In most cases it is obvious if a breach of your policies and procedures has occurred.

You may find other useful small business guides at Biz Momentum (www.biz-momentum.com). You need to treat this information sensitively and take further advice from your practitioner before taking further action.

Ensure you business is protected.

Philip Lye is Managing Director of Biz Momentum providing professional services in employee relations (HR / IR Matters), training your people to work with you and not against you’, ‘coaching you’ to be a better executive and review of commercial documentation, leases and agreements.

Clickbank Business Guide Review

Affiliate marketing – you as an affiliate promote other people’s products. If a customer follows
your affiliate link and purchase a product, you will get a commission. The commission on
Clickbank can be as high as 75%.

Clickbank Business Guide ,the author is Steven Blackman.This is really a good guide to clickbank business.

There are tons of ways to promote
a product, but some of them are effective, some of them are not. Some are free, and some you
have to pay for.

This book discuss both free and paid methods of advertising:

1.PPC (Google Adwords)

2.Bum Marketing (Articles, Blogs)

3.Forum Marketing (Signatures)

4.E-mail Marketing (Opt-in lists)

5.Classified ads

6.SEO (Review of a product)

7.Your own product

Now you have everything you need to become a successful Internet Marketer.

Remember, if you want to succeed you need to work hard.

It’s similar if you want to lose fat or build muscle. If you do something everyday, finally you
will achieve your goals. Don’t expect to start earning millions in few months. First you start low,
then slowly you go higher, higher and higher. If you keep working hard on your chosen method,
you will DEFINITELY get your desired results. Also, when you already have some stable
income from one method, you can try combining few methods together, but make sure that you
can control them all.

Online Business Guide For Newbies

As numerous as the stars:
If there’s something I can say authoritatively about online business is that the opportunities for home business, real, sham or plain scam, are as numerous as the stars. I have had countless dead-ends, losing money unnecessarily. It is so easy for newbies to fall into the same trap.

The silver lining:
Owing to the complexity and unreliability of choices, giving up is the easiest option for those with lesser determination to succeed. I, myself, was in the precipice that beckoned the 97%, or so, who did not make it. Then I came across Harvey Segal’s “The Ultimate SuperTip.” This 39-page book is nothing but information on how to succeed in online business. It is my silver lining, my shot in the arm.

How to sell any product:
The number one hurdle any online business newcomer hurdles is to find a product to sell. This, alone, is enough to drive one nuts, not to mention the complexities of marketing/advertising which can only be effective if traffic-generation activities achieve its intended purpose.

The Ultimate SuperTip eliminates this problem of product-selection and promotion through a generic blueprint for doing so. These are:

1. Finding a niche through forums;
2. Pre-selling with good free information through e-books;
3. Article-marketing;
4. Using the power of affiliates;
5. Capturing leads and applying follow up campaigns.

Are they novel?
Yes and No! No, all the others promise these things. Yes, because only The Ultimate SuperTip have these in one package.

Bottom line:
Written in plain English, easy-to-read lay-out and font size, not cluttered with hype and meaningless testimonials, the Ultimate SuperTip is something dummies can easily understand and copy. Though I sensed a few missing words and awkward sentence composition, but these are inconsequential vis-a-vis its value as a business guide for starting-up online entrepreneurs.