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The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 10. Computer - Information Technology - Tech Jobs, Freelance Ideas (Website Services, Affiliate Marketing, Blogging, Dating Website, Etc.) By Tony Kelbrat
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You don't have to be a computer genius to start or operate a computer business. Most of them can be started with off the shelf software. There are computer services in accounting, taxes,... More > financial planning, word processors, mailing lists and inventory just to name a few. Go to your phonebook, look under the Computer section and other sections, see what other people are doing and get a computer business idea from them. Refer to my other books and see if you can apply any idea from them into a computer business. There are many businesses not specifically directly related to computer work like medical transcription. Computer books are at #.004 and #.005 at the library. There are a few computer business books at #658.8002 or HD30.36 at the library. The following is a list of ideas that you could use to make money using a computer. Analyze farm expenses. Animation Answering service Association management service< Less
The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 7. Find Products to Sell, Ways to Sell Them Physically & Online By Tony Kelbrat
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Selling is one of those things where if you have the right product, you can sell multi-millions and make a good profit off each one. What can you sell that’s not a high-risk to get started? I... More > don’t know. It’s your call. This book has enough ideas and contact websites for anybody thinking about selling something. A product speculator is a guy or gal who both sells things from foreign countries in his home country and sells things from his country to foreign countries. He either goes to foreign countries or cruises foreign manufacturer and wholesale companies on the internet looking for two types of products: 1.) Products that are common or a bit different than those in his home country that either have very high quality or very low prices such that he could resell them at home or sell directly to wholesalers and department stores, even after customs duties, for a hefty profit.< Less
The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 8. E - Commerce Basics, Make Money In Cyberspace (Set Up a Business Website, Collect Money, Send Things) By Tony Kelbrat
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Go to #658 at the library for books about e-commerce. Go to my job book for computer job info. Go to my computer and internet knowledge book to learn about computers, the internet, online security... More > and how to create a website. I’ve seen a lot of people fail on the internet simply by seeing all the dead websites out there in all areas from porn to business consulting. The media hypes up the successful websites like google, facebook, ebay and yahoo but there are thousands of failures in their wake. People are still making money though. As long as google is making a killing take in ad money for people who want ads for their specific keywords, the internet will be a big marketplace. You can set up your own website then you have to market like crazy to get people to visit it. If you go to some big vendor like ebay or yahoo stores, you’re one seller among many but at least you’re on the main road. Do both.< Less
The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 9. Internet Selling (Sell On Your Website & On the Big Internet Stores) By Tony Kelbrat
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Create a product. Create a website for it. A prospective customer sees an ad on the internet, probably a pay-per-click ad on a search engine. He gets to your website then orders a product. You... More > use the yahoo shopping cart to do billing and shipping information. Every few days, you go to the yahoo management page to charge all your customers' credit cards and put the cash in your bank account then you save the pdfs. You either ship the product yourself or find a fulfillment company to do it for you. If you want to come off like a website that is actually a fair-sized company, here are some ideas: Never say "I". Say "We." Give yourself a midlevel title to give the illusion that it's not just you. Use several different email and phone numbers on the website. Make up fake departments like Sales, Advertising, General Inquiries, etc. and have them all forwarded to your main email address. Love what you sell. You have to be interested in the product to stay with selling it longterm.< Less
The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 11. Internet Marketing, Website Optimization - Visibility (Get Visitors to Your Website) By Tony Kelbrat
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There is no logic as to how something goes viral so to speak but if it does, the power of the internet is that everybody in the world online and offline can know at once about something that can blow... More > up overnight. There is no formula in how it happens but it does. Stupid, frivolous things blow up and make millions of dollars for the creators. The secret to building traffic to your website is to constantly scour the net looking for new ideas and tools to get visitors. Try them all out. Keep doing the ones that work best. The best traffic-building opportunities so far are: the free major search engines pay-per-click search engines the major directories viral, word of mouth your own opt-in newsletter writing articles for e-zines making posts in forums, discussion groups, mailing lists, newsgroups link exchanging Get a website then go on youtube, get a podcast, go on facebook, myspace, linkedin and twitter.< Less
The “People Power” Recreation - Entertainment Superbook: Book 2. Arts & Crafts Guide, Artist - Craftsperson Business Guide (Includes Graphic Arts, Museum Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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Art is in the eye of the beholder. The academic art community has defined what art is but you don't have to believe what they say. Art is generally defined as: visual arts decorative arts plastic... More > arts performing arts painting drawing sculpture music literature performance art printmaking film architecture photography comics video art installation art conceptual art computer art There are two big categories of art: 1.) fine arts, the pursuit of beauty, truth and perfection 2.) applied arts, arts done for practical function Artists who create useful things can be called designers, artisans or craftspeople. There are very few original artists. Virtually everybody builds on past knowledge. The word culture comes from the latin root colere which means to inhabit, to cultivate or to honor. Culture is the way people live. Art generally goes from #700-#779 at the library.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 5. Business Knowledge 1 (Business Information – Education – Subjects - Websites, Business Info By State, American Local Chambers of Commerce) By Tony Kelbrat
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Most public libraries have good business sections. Visit your local library. Get to know its resources. In addition to books, many libraries offer free workshops for business owners. Ask the... More > librarian for current copies of zoning regulations. Read books in your field (computers, health care, crafts, etc.). Read about business skills (advertising techniques, financing, etc.). Look for good business magazines. There are a wide variety of local and national business organizations out there. They offer everything from camaraderie to group rates on health insurance. A periodical directory lists magazines in many different topic areas so you could network your way into the information you're looking for that way. Some databases are: Business Dateline Ondisc Business Index Business Newsbank Predicasts F&S Index Wilson's Business Abstracts The Business Periodicals Index describes magazines and journals in the business field.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 6. Business Knowledge 2 (Business Products for Sale, Manufacturing - Industry, Outsourcing, Technology, Telemarketing, Telecommuting, Expansion, Bankruptcy) By Tony Kelbrat
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Technology in business can be a good thing but quite often the particular technological innovation costs much more than planned and doesn't deliver the results expected so it's a double-edged... More > sword. Technology in general is good but not across the board. For some companies, the costs do not justify the benefits. Do a cost-benefit analysis before you embark on the latest technology. From a business point of view, there are two sectors of technology in business: 1.) Technology in the means of production which the customer doesn't see. He sees only the end product. 2.) Technology to do business with the customer. The obvious one is to have a website. Another one is to get listed in those directories google and other search engines are putting out such that if you're looking for store type x or product x in general or in a particular zipcode and you type it up on a search engine, your company name will appear. You want to make it easy for the customer to do business with you.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 4. Government Aid to Business/ Sell to the Government By Tony Kelbrat
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The government can help you if you're willing to do a little bit of legwork. Start with the federal Small Business Administration offices. Simply write them a letter or contact them and tell them... More > you'd like some general information about what help they offer to business people. Next contact the small business development centers and ask them about a center near you probably on a college campus where you can get free advice and help in all manner of business ventures. If you can't get action on your business proposals, contact your local elected officials for help at all levels of the system. The SBA can be useful to the business owner if he or she uses a little bit of effort to learn the system and takes advantage of it. Because the information on the programs is somewhat complex, get some information to start you off like the following free and low cost booklets although there are many more: Resource Directory For Small Business Management (list of information books)< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 3. Business License - Bank Account – Law – Taxes - Insurance By Tony Kelbrat
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If you plan to go into business and want to play it right, your best bet is to look through your telephone book, contact the relevant sectors of each level of government - federal, state, city,... More > county - and ask each what regulations and licensing requirements you're subject to. Ignorance is no excuse for the law so it could be better to take care of business now lest some bureaucrat close you down for some code violation later. Contact your trade association for information. You can look up the national office in the Encyclopedia of Associations at the library. Just about every trade and profession have licensing requirements including plumbers, electricians, bricklayers, etc. Most localities have registration and licensing requirements that will apply to you. A license is a formal permission to practice a certain business activity, issued by a local, state, or federal government. If you operate a business without getting a business license, you'll get caught sooner or later.< Less

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