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Click Millionaires: Work Less, Live More with an Internet Business You Love

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2013

    You strike a good balance between breadth of advice and detail.

    You strike a good balance between breadth of advice and detail. I mean you paint a picture of what is possible and where to begin. Any more detail would make the book too cumbersome. I hope you will write further books going into more detail on the different business models. E-business is the future, "Click Millionaire" is the best place to start.

    * The most useful part of the book was: SBI resource recommendation.


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  • Posted September 8, 2012

    What I like best about Scott's book are the practical approaches

    What I like best about Scott's book are the practical approaches to starting your own e-business. The book offers a section on envisioning your new reality, dips into some proven routes to success, and then breaks down activities. As LAWonder has noted, it's easiest to have a copy to refer to as you work on your projects, but not completely necessary. Owners of the book also may join Scott's online community and forum, which is a tremendous source of advice, reference information, and general morale-boosting interactions. I thought the later chapters should have been placed earlier in the book. The book is all about getting started; I would have liked to see an appendix (or a web page) of recommended reading/references once you have your e-business up and running.

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  • Posted August 21, 2012

    Fox's book contains great suggestions for identifying values, pr

    Fox's book contains great suggestions for identifying values,
    priorities, and passions. I love the Idea Journal exercise; it's a great
    way to pin down thoughts as they pass through at inconvenient times! The
    book is interspersed with links to websites where free support is
    available to readers interested in using the methods outlined in the
    book, interviews with successful online entrepeneurs, and full of
    information for starting an online business.

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  • Posted July 24, 2012

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    “Do you love your work?” If not, successful e-commer

    “Do you love your work?” If not, successful e-commerce entrepreneur Scott Fox offers a solution he claims is easily available to anyone with a few good ideas and a modicum of resolve: an online business or businesses. Despite the self-coined buzzwords and self-promotional messages that pepper the text, Fox’s practical, easy-to-follow guide is a boon to anyone starting an online business. getAbstract thinks that readers who are exploring an Internet-based business for the first time will gain confidence from his encouragement, expertise and practical advice.

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    Posted November 5, 2012

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