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Home-Based Business

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101 Internet Businesses You Can Start from Home: How to Choose and Build Your Own Successful E-Business
by Susan Sweeney Details
This book begins by presenting a basic introduction to the Internet, coupled with e-business success stories. It then offers guidance for choosing among Internet business ideas, based on your own goals and interests. Advice is offered on getting started, developing a site, promoting a business, email marketing, using banner advertising, media relations, and staying current.
55 Surefire Homebased Businesses You Can Start for Under $5,000
by Cheryl Kimball Details
Kimball covers 55 of today's hottest home-based businesses, all under $5,000 in startup costs. This book guides you into the thriving home-based industry, revealing unique opportunities, outlining vital business basics, sharing industry need-to-knows, and more.
Home Office from Hell Cure: Transform Your Underperforming Time-Sucking Homebased Business into a Runaway Success
by Jeffrey A. Landers Details
Working from home has its advantages: no dress code, no office hours, and no daily commute. The disadvantages? Many home business owners were never taught how to organize an office, create a business plan, or market themselves or their product. Landers offers a humorous but instructive guide for home business owners who want to build a successful business.
Marketing Strategies for the Home-Based Business: Solutions You Can Use Today
by Shirley George Frazier Details
Shirley George Frazier provides business owners with hints for marketing success, no matter the industry. Frazier's approach is applying nontraditional strategies on a local basis to produce the groundswell and word-of-mouth reputation that a new business needs. She covers pulling Internet strategies and traditional advertising into the mix, providing marketing ideas to solo and small business owners and to those who aspire to be entrepreneurs.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Low-Cost Startups
by Gail Margolies Reid Details
You know you can't start a business on a wish and a prayer-- but here are some businesses that don't take much more, and may not involve a bank loan at all. Get some ideas, a realistic business start-up play, and advice you need to pursue your dream of being your own boss.
Work-At-Home Success Bible: A Complete Guide for Women
by Leslie Truex Details
More and more women want to work from home, earning money while spending more time with their children and taking control of their lives. This book shows women how to find the job that best fits their needs; set up a home office; get organized and schedule your daily business tasks; avoid distractions such as kids, food, and television; and more.
Updated 03/19/2015
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