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Profitable Ebusiness: Do not be another case for the government

Sunday, January 4th, 2009

I have been writing and saying it for the longest time, “profitable ebusiness takes time,” which is very similar to a profitable business of any form. You need to build an Internet presence before making any “real” money. Building your business is not difficult and you do not have to be a programmer or Internet genius.

Few people making money on the Internet are programmers or geniuses. They are people who have a good idea and a vision. I posted a blog article back in July of 2008, “Hobbies make money and are fun” along with other articles on how to make the Internet profitable for the average person. These articles hold true today.

Profitable Ebusiness dotCOM and E-Business Juncture dotCOM contained many articles for you to consider when starting your ebusiness. We have also expanded to E-Business Juncture dotMOBI so you can read articles from the comfort of your mobile device while commuting. SLOW STEADY GROWTH is the answer.

Remember, regardless of what business you start on the Internet you will need hosting. The difference between many hosting plans is the software they offer. The software is free and the hosting organization has simple “click-click-click” methods to set up the software. So, start your own ebusiness and leave the get-rich quick schemes alone.

Take the time to read the article on the web sites mentioned. However, make sure you have a pen and paper or a document writer open in order to take notes. You spent your entire life surviving and you are probably resolute about what you want to do in regard to the Internet. So, what is a couple more months?

Read all the fine print. Especially for online businesses that require monthly fees. I have always stated that if these plans are so profitable why don’t they take your monthly fees from your earnings? Why should you pay a monthly fee to an organization that guarantees they will procure a $10,000 government grant for you? It would seem more profitable to take a 10% or 15% finders fee to me.

Enjoy and shoot me off some email on my comments page and I will answer any questions you might have in regard to ebusiness. We also offer other products to get you started with your Internet business.

Mike Kniaziewicz