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Starting an Online Business All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
     

Starting an Online Business All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

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by Shannon Belew, Joel Elad
 

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  • Eleven minibooks comprising nearly 800 pages offer would-be online entrepreneurs all the information they need to launch an e-business and succeed in today's marketplace
  • Unlike competing guides, this book explains how to redesign a site, retool marketing strategies, and run a nonprofit site as well as offering in-depth coverage of how to secure a

Overview

  • Eleven minibooks comprising nearly 800 pages offer would-be online entrepreneurs all the information they need to launch an e-business and succeed in today's marketplace
  • Unlike competing guides, this book explains how to redesign a site, retool marketing strategies, and run a nonprofit site as well as offering in-depth coverage of how to secure a site and move from retail to e-tail
  • Minibooks cover online business basics, legal and accounting matters, Web site design, operational issues once a business is up and running, Internet security, how to boost sales, taking a brick-and-mortar business online, storefront selling at eBay and elsewhere, fundraising at a nonprofit site, running a niche e-business, and advanced e-commerce techniques and strategies

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764599293
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
10/02/2006
Series:
For Dummies Series
Pages:
840
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.90(d)

Meet the Author

Shannon Belew is the co-owner of several online businesses: bizoffice.com, allbizopps.com, allsmallbiz.com, workathome1.com, top10workathome.com, todayshomeoffice.com, and avespamedia.com. Bizoffice.com is a nationally recognized, award-winning global provider of resources for small and home businesses. Shannon writes the Huntsville Times’ column “Today’s Home Office;” has authored magazine and newspaper articles; and founded the public relations firm aVespa Media, Inc. Her clients have appeared in such venues as Inc. magazine. She has also consulted for an Internet provider, advising companies on developing and reengineering their online presence.

Joel Elad was a fan of the Internet before most people ever heard of the World Wide Web. He sells online as an eBay PowerSeller with an impeccable customer satisfaction rating; he’s a ProMerchant on Amazon; and he runs his own e-commerce business, NewComix.Com, which has focused on selling new comic books, Japanese manga, DVDs, and action figures over the Web since 1998. He is the lead instructor for the Learning Annex in New York and California for classes regarding eBay and advanced Internet sales, and he’s an educational specialist trained by eBay. He is also a contributor to Entrepreneur magazine and SmartBiz.com.
While at UCLA earning a bachelor’s degree in computer science and engineering, Joel co-founded his first Internet company, Resonance Internet Marketing. After graduation, he joined companies like IBM Global Services, where he performed software design, development, testing, and maintenance for e-commerce applications for global firms as well as internal IBM divisions.
After earning his MBA from the University of California–Irvine with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and information technology, Joel co-authored two best-selling books focusing on selling online. He’s now a consultant to e-commerce companies, a trainer to thousands of eager students in seminars and workshops, and a guide for helping people reach the freedom they can enjoy by growing their sales and establishing their own online presence.

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