101 Businesses You Can Start on the Internet

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A respected consultant who has helped numerous companies create virtual storefronts on the Internet, Daniel S. Janal has written 101 Businesses You Can Start on the Internet to show you how to take advantage of its profit-making power. So whether you are considering supplementing your current income or creating a whole new business, this practical, easy-to-understand book contains all the information you will need to start generating revenue online. Janal's practical advice on starting and running various ...
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Overview

A respected consultant who has helped numerous companies create virtual storefronts on the Internet, Daniel S. Janal has written 101 Businesses You Can Start on the Internet to show you how to take advantage of its profit-making power. So whether you are considering supplementing your current income or creating a whole new business, this practical, easy-to-understand book contains all the information you will need to start generating revenue online. Janal's practical advice on starting and running various businesses is supported by testimonials from more than 50 entrepreneurs who have started new businesses or moved their current stores from main street to the Internet. You'll learn why they decided to set up shop, what their start-up costs were, and what their typical business day is like. These entrepreneurs also offer sound advice based on their own experiences. Quickly, a whole new world of possibilities will open up. Janal shows you how to combine your interests, knowledge, and skills with online technology to make more money - whether your focus is real estate, travel and tourism, products, professional services, or the arts. If you want to sell gourmet foods, establish a resume service, or enhance a medical, legal or accounting practice, this book has advice for you!

This definitive Internet business "start-up" book presents all the practical information users need to start generating income through online services. Full of sample case studies and examples of successful strategies, it also includes business plans, cost analysis, step-by-step instructions, helpful hints, and more.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780442022020
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/1/1996
  • Series: Communications Ser.
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 506
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.23 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Sect. 1 The Fundamentals of Networking Architectures
Ch. 1 Fundamental Concepts 1
Ch. 2 The OSI Model Layers 1-4 17
Ch. 3 The OSI Model Layers 5-7 33
Sect. 2 Local Networking Architectures
Ch. 4 LAN Architectures 51
Ch. 5 NOS Architectures 87
Sect. 3 System Networking Architectures
Ch. 6 TCP/IP Architecture 131
Ch. 7 SNA Architecture 151
Ch. 8 DNA Architecture 181
Sect. 4 The Integration of Architectures
Ch. 9 Internetworking of Architectures 193
Ch. 10 The Internet 237
Ch. 11 Telecommunications 247
Ch. 12 Sample Network 313
Glossary of Terms 321
App. A: List of Acronyms 357
App. B: Using the CD-ROM 367
Index 381
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