So the other day I got an email. After giving it a thorough 3-second examination, it went straight to my spam folder. Then after a couple of hours, I went back to see it again as it actually was one of the most out of place spam emails I received in a while. It was trying to sound like it was a personally crafted email by a real human who actually visited my site and then wrote the thing. But in the end, it was a lame attempt, mainly because of the topic of the email, which made it clear that the person was just sending mass emails. See for yourself.
The trick with online business is that it's not the most intuitive line of career out there. If you want to be successful, you have to understand the main pillars and take some action to put them in place.
This guide is about every aspect of web hosting that might be important to an online business owner (at least every aspect I know of). You can follow the advice step by step or just pick the elements that seem to be the most significant for your current situation.
If you're like most people then you might think that writing a journal/diary is child's play. That there's no possible value of such thing for a grownup. Well, think again. I always say that keeping a personal journal is the best way of warming up your writing muscle in the morning.
If you have an online business, or you're planning to launch one, chances are that at some point you will be searching for a web designer to redesign your current site or create something completely new.
So far we've been talking about things like: services and consulting, products, affiliate income, and advertising. These are all valid online business models. Today let's focus on something that is not that obvious, but has been fairly popular lately nevertheless - subscriptions and membership programs.