How to Use WHOIS to Learn about Your Competition

As you will learn when building and promoting a website, the internet is extremely competitive. In fact, the World Wide Web is probably the most competitive industry in the history of mankind. And it’s not because big companies spend big money; to the contrary, it’s more the fact that anyone can start up a website
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Going into Business for Yourself, the Ultimate Business Oxymoron

Going into business for yourself is strange terminology. Going into business for yourself can mean that a person is indeed working for themselves but they are providing a service or offering a product that meets the needs of others. Therefore, the saying should actually read going into business for others. This makes going into business
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Creating Services and Products that are Packaged for Easy Decision Making

In business, your product or service might truly be beneficial to a customer, but that doesn’t necessarily mean your product or service will be selected by customers. If you haven’t learned already, markets are fickle and customers are hard to pick up their decisions need to be made easy and, in order to succeed in
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Design Your Business as a System

Ask any amateur start-up entrepreneur what the purpose of their business is, and they’ll probably give you a very short answer: to make money. Ask any successful businessperson the same question, however, and you’ll be ready to stop listening long before the persons done talking. Sure, the bottom line the profit margin is the reason
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Attracting Loyal, Profitable Clients

No matter what type of business you’re planning on running, customers are going to be the most important part of the operation. Even if you do everything right, follow the correct steps, invest your money wisely and offer a good product or service, the business is still going to go belly up unless clients step
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Where is the Value in Your Business Service or Product?

On the road to creating a business, you’ll ask yourself a lot of questions about exactly what you’re providing to potential customers and why they will hopefully spend time and money to do business with you. You’ll question your business idea. You’ll question your marketing approach. More than anything, however, you’ll question your product/service. Whether
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