I see a lot of people over 50 these days turning to the Internet to make a little extra cash. Heck, in this recession (all-right -- I'm aware the government hasn't formally announced we are in a recession) people of all walks of life are trying to make a little extra cash. Regardless of whether you have written an ebook, have something physical to sell, or want to promote a new service, sometimes you might need a little help with some website advice. I had my first web development job in 1998. I won't call myself an expert, but I've had 14 years experience.
Anybody can write an ebook and sell it. I've done it, although it's been a few years. But just for an example here is an image of some Clickbank sales I made in 2005 (while still building websites for clients) on a package I offered showing people how to build their first business website.
I just went through Steve MacLellan's new course, Your-1st-Business-Website, and I have to tell you, it made all the difference in the world in my ability to make sites.
This is a complete A-Z nuts and bolts tutorial. Everything you need to know to get your first site up and going and how to manage it once you get it online.
Now, I'm not a techie and I have built a couple sites, but it was a real chore as I tried to figure everything out from those cryptic help instructions. I tried Front Page (way too complicated) Mozilla Composer and Nvu.
Thanks, Steve. You've made it a lot easier for me and all the other all thumbs non-techie newbies.Larry Foster
When Steve asked me to review his new ebook I thought I would be bored as I have been designing websites for over 3 years, boy was I wrong! Your First Business Website is the most complete book I have ever read on this subject anywhere, anytime.
Steve covers every aspect of the subject with easy to understand examples and great explanations. If you have never ever set up a website, you will be able to easily build a professional website after reading this book.
If you have built a website before you can still benefit from reading this book, I know I did. From using a HTML editor, to using an image editor, to website hosting, and everything in between, it is all here. This book is a must have for the beginning website designer, it will turn you into a pro.
So what are you getting at?
Under Hobbies in the Forums, we could have a new topic to discuss business websites. I don't know how many people would be interested in it, but if you are, either email me or put a comment below and let me know. It could be a lot of fun, and I can guarantee you would learn something.
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