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Thursday, August 27, 2009

So, what does it cost to take your business online?

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So, what does it cost to take your business online?

You can start your online business for under $100, but you’ll need to do everything yourself and if you don’t know HTML programming, you’re in for a sharp learning curve. Most people can get up and running with a fantastic site for around $500.

And, if you have a few thousand dollars in start-up capital, you can blast your website and online promotions into high gear by purchasing advertising, software to automate, and hiring people to handle search engine submission, professional website design and professional sales copy.

Set up a budget and prioritize your needs, then stick to your plan. Don’t get sucked in by companies that try to take advantage of newcomers to the Internet (you can register a domain name for $10 not $50).

Again, if you don't want to spend a dime, what if I could show you How To Create A Website for $0


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1 comment:

  1. An insightfull post. Will definitely help.

    Mark - USMLE Solutions & Absite