Starting a home business is a heck of a lot easier now than it was 10 years ago – and we can thank the Internet for that!
In fact, as broadband Internet access continues to spread, thousands of new people are going online each day.
And many of them are starting their own online businesses.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re making fish tanks in your back yard and selling them online, or developing digital products that people pay for and download, the online market place is only going to grow.
So this series of articles looks at the mechanics of setting up and operating a business online.
They don’t address the marketing and promotion aspects – those are covered in the Internet Marketing articles.
You will, of course, need to consider book-keeping, accountancy, tax and other things like that. But I don’t cover those here, because those things vary from market to market. And, anyway, I’m not an accountant!
You may also be interested in this free eCourse I’ve developed. It takes you, step-by-step, through the process of setting up a new business online, from soup to nuts. You can find it here.
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