How I wrote an e-book and started earning $6,000/mo.

Written by Noelani Rodriguez

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I dreamed of a day when I would be able to sell e-books automatically on my site, chargingrepparttar credit cards and e-mailingrepparttar 116818 books all in one seamless process. Atrepparttar 116819 time there were some electronic services that would do this for $1500 a month or more. I deemed this too expensive but eventually my vision came true: Paypal was born.

Paypal was a dream--I was able to sign up with no money down and Paypal would accept and process all credit cards and checks automatically. A couple of years later Google Adwords was born, and I was able to market online to allrepparttar 116820 users ofrepparttar 116821 Google search engine, a huge audience with a good income. Now, my significant other with two jobs laments to friends: "she gets up at 10am, logs on, makes a bank deposit, then gets back into bed at 10:45". More than a few people in my life have noticed that I seem to be doing well and have loads of time for leisure activity. I am and I do. And it's all because of that phenomenal invention calledrepparttar 116822 e-book.

I've written 10 e-books and I am coming up with more titles allrepparttar 116823 time. My one piece of wisdom to impart: coming up with a winning ebook is kind of like playing "Berry Gordy"--you learn to recognizerepparttar 116824 "hits". When you get an idea and it gives you gooseflesh, that'srepparttar 116825 one. Copyright it, write it and market it online. If you want any advice on how to do that, I wrote an e-book "Paycheck in 30 Minutes " that talks aboutrepparttar 116826 steps to getting your e-book sold.

Sure I plug my e-books from time to time, but mostly I'm out with my boxer dog inrepparttar 116827 dog park, or riding downrepparttar 116828 freeway inrepparttar 116829 RV to visit an out-of-state friend. If you see a woman with a boxer dog in an RV with Oregon plates, wave. It's probably me.

_________________ Noelani Rodriguez is the author of "Paycheck in 30 Minutes". She has hung up her "monkey suit" for good and is now an E-Book Publisher, Consultant, Musician and Loaf.

The Advantages of Owning an Online Home Business

Written by Clint Null

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Financial Gain

I don't think there are many people who feel they get paid what their worth. Have you ever been turned down for a promotion, or been given a small raise that didn't even come close to equalingrepparttar raise in inflation or cost of living? DID YOU KNOW? The U.S. Social Security Board reports that 85 out of 100 Americans reaching age 65 don't possess as much as $250. And only 2% are self-sustaining (the rest dependent on family, church, orrepparttar 116817 government)! Do you want to work for 40 years or more to make $40,000 a year or less, to retire on 40% of what wasn't enough inrepparttar 116818 first place? Online Home Businesses are very different than traditional careers because you don't get paid byrepparttar 116819 hour. Many of us did a lot of up front work to set up our businesses without any compensation. Once your business is set-up and flourishing, you can expect to work very little and get paid A LOT. Many entrepreneurs onrepparttar 116820 internet work as little as a few hours a week andrepparttar 116821 paychecks just get bigger and bigger.

So if you have thought about starting your own business, don't wait until you haverepparttar 116822 time orrepparttar 116823 finances. You can start out working an hour or two a week and it can cost as little as $20 to get a website set up. You've heardrepparttar 116824 old saying that if you wait to have children until you can afford it, that you never will have any. Start now, and set aside a mere $20 for a website, and work an hour or two a week when you can. In a year or two from now, you can quit your current position and enjoyrepparttar 116825 personal and financial rewards that owning an Online Home Business can provide.

For a great tutorial on how you can get started online, please visit: utorial.html


Clint Null

Clint Null is an aspiring entrepreneur and owner and webmaster at: Visit his site for more tips and ideas on how to get started with any and all Online Home businesses.

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