• Youve Got To Be Joking!

     
    I don't know about you, but I get a lot of joke stuff arriving in my email. I've got one buddy in particular who hardly lets a day go by without sending something. Sometimes they're side-splittingly hilarious, and other times they just don't make the grade -- it's a question of taste I suppose. Anyway, I was cleaning up my folders in Outlook Express recently to make some space on my hard disk (I've got a whopping 20 Gb and I'm already getting low on space -- must be all those MP3's...) Well, anyway, I knew that my 'Jokes' folder was taking up a lot of memory (it's full of images, video files and so on), so I decided that a major cull was needed....
     

    Convert Productive Articles to Profitable eBooks

     
    How many articles, reports and discussion papers have you written in your life? If you are like most people, these articles have probably been used very little maybe only once. Why not use the work you've already done and create a new product that can improve both your productivity and your profits. The eBook is the electronic version of a book. eBooks are easy to produce, require little in terms of investment and generate profit margins of 50-95%. The combination of writing skills and eBook technology allow anyone to become a published author with relative ease....
     

    Your First Step To A Digital Publishing Empire

     
    There is only one way to climb a mountain - step by step. Now think of writing your ebook in the same light. You must create it step by step, and one day, you will take that last step and find yourself standing on the summit with your head in the clouds. The first thing you have to do, as if you actually were a mountain climber, is to get organized. Insteadof climbing gear, however, you must organize your thoughts. There are some steps you should take before you begin. Once you've gone through the following list, you will be ready to actually begin writing your ebook....
     

    A Tale of Two Revolutions - Ecommerce: A Historical Perspective

     
    The World As It Then Was The dynamic economic growth of the late 19th century placed greater and greater demand on horses to deliver manufactured goods between train and local destinations. Horses pulled stagecoaches, buggies, omnibuses, cabs and even shipping barges in canals. Hitching posts, mounting blocks, and water troughs were everywhere throughout cities in Europe and America. Beautiful carriage houses catered to the wealthy. Horse doctors were highly respected and treated humans as well....
     

    What is SSL (the little padlock)?

     
    SSL ("Secured Socket Layer") is a protocol used to encrypt the communication between the user's browser and the web server. When SSL is active, a "little padlock" appears on the user's browser, usually in the status line at the bottom (at the top for Mac/Safari users.) This assures the user that sensitive data (such as credit card numbers) can't be viewed by anyone "sniffing" the network connection (which is an increasing risk as more people use wireless networking)....
     

    Are You Making These E-Commerce Excuses? (part 1)

     
    A year ago, I had big plans to re-vamp my web site. I was going to publish my e-newsletter twice a month - every month, and I was going to upgrade my own e-commerce capabilities. Those were my Internet marketing "resolutions" for 2004. And I broke them all. *Every single one.* (One of them I broke even before the month of January was over!) For every goal, I had an excuse. And the excuses won. But this year is different. It's 2005 - time to get live! At the end of the first quarter, I'm already off to a good start....
     

    Is Your Business Afraid of the Internet?

     
    My Business is Afraid of the Internet Bill Gates, CEO of Microsoft, once said that there would soon be two types of businesses, those online, and those out of business. Those words still ring true today, and many small businesses are missing a huge boat by not getting online. A good portion of small businesses have been around for a while, long before banner ads and even email became so wildly popular. These owners built their business from the ground-up, working hard and long to develop their products and services....
     

    How to Start a Business on the Internet

     
    So you want to start a business? Good for you. Really, I mean that sincerely. I think about the millions of people that let the thought pass briefly through their minds on he way to work everyday. The vas majority of people merely toy with the idea at points in their lives when they hate their bosses or their pay or their lack of vacation time. You, on the other hand, are investigating what it takes o start a business. At least you are going to find the answers here and stop wasting time wondering "what if....
     

    The Essential Christmas Web-store Makeover

     
    Ten great tips to turn online holiday shoppers into eagerbuyers - and satisfied customers. When meeting potential clients, you wouldn't dream ofshowing up late in a mismatched outfit, hair disheveled, with food on your tie and no business card, would you? Andif they asked for testimonials or explanations about yourcompany policies you'd hardly say, "Sorry, I don't give outthat information." So why do it on your website? Just like in person, Internet shoppers look for clues(consciously or not) that suggest you are credible andprofessional - and they make that judgment call inside of aminute or two....
     

    How To Start An Internet Business - Site Layout

     
    The fourth step of how to start an Internet business involves the layout of your site. When organizing it, two audiences must be considered. Obviously, visitors to the site are the first audience. You must also keep in mind the second audience, search engine robots. Both audiences are extremely important and, fortunately, both want the same thing. Lean, Mean Layout Your site needs to be clean and quick if you want to be successful. Slow, cluttered sites inevitably fail because visitors and spiders get distracted and leave before taking the action you want....
     
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