The Alchemist's Dream Discovered on the Web

Written by Stephen Bucaro

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- You don't really need a database. Create a section of your Web site for each "category" of ebook. Cut and pasterepparttar information you are sent into a page inrepparttar 117500 appropriate category section. Put only five ebook descriptions per page. Linkrepparttar 117501 pages of each category together.

- The reason you put only five ebook descriptions per page is because on each page you will also put affiliate advertising or general advertising. As visitors browse throughrepparttar 117502 free ebook directory pages, you want to present a good amount of advertising to them.

- Userepparttar 117503 front page of your Web site to feature ebooks from publishers who are willing to pay $10 per month for that extra service. If many publishers inquire about featuring their ebook, you can devise other special feature methods, such as search engine positioning.

Free ebook publishers are always looking for directories to submit their ebooks to. The more ebooks you have listed,repparttar 117504 more traffic you will receive. It's a very symbiontic relationship. This is a Web business you can start with very little risk. You can start with a free Web host, get free hit counters, and a free search engine. Yet,repparttar 117505 potential income from a free ebook directory could be considerable.

Only a few good ebook directories exist onrepparttar 117506 Web. Below are examples of good ebook directories: ---------------------------------------------------------- Resource Box: Copyright(C)2002 Bucaro TecHelp. To learn how to maintain your computer and use it more effectively to design a Web site and make money onrepparttar 117507 Web visit To subscribe to Bucaro TecHelp Newsletter Send a blank email to ----------------------------------------------------------


Creativity as a treasure hunt

Written by Angela Booth

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What questions can you ask?

That depends on what you want, or what you want to know. You can start withrepparttar good old stand-bys: who, what, how, when, where and why. When you ask yourself who, what, how, when, where and why questions, you need to build on your answers, so that you can get torepparttar 117499 important questions,repparttar 117500 ones which, when you answer them, will make an immense difference in your life.

For example, you might ask yourself: "How can I spend less time reading e-mail?"

Before brainstorming ways in which you could spend less time reading e-mail, you explore this question further:

Why do I want to spend less time reading e-mail?

So that I can finishrepparttar 117501 important projects Iím working on.

Why do I want to finishrepparttar 117502 important projects Iím working on?

Because it increases my value torepparttar 117503 company.

Why do I want to increase my value to my company?

So that I will get a pay rise this year, increase my job security, and build up my investments.

Why do I want a secure job, and to build up my investments?

So that I can retire torepparttar 117504 country in five years.

Why do I want to retire torepparttar 117505 country?

So that I can relax and enjoy my life.

You can see that going through this question and answer process lets you ferret out your motivation. And having real motivation for finding an answer to your e-mail question not only ensures that you'll be creative in your attempts to find solutions, but also that you'll put those solutions into practice.

Your questions will lead you to your goals, but donít set your goals yet! You don't know enough about yourself to set your goals... not yet. Youíve probably set goals before. Some you achieved, and some you didnít.

Just ask questions, rather than setting goals. You will eventually discover what your goals are. Byrepparttar 117506 time you get to that stage, "setting" your goals will be irrelevant. You will know exactly what your goals are, because you've discovered them, and you'll haverepparttar 117507 motivation to move toward your goals creatively.

Your questions can be about whatever you like. The idea is to get back intorepparttar 117508 habit of asking questions, just as you did when you were a kid. Donít be afraid of asking "stupid" questions. Your questions can be as simple, or as profound, as suits you. Your questions always lead to something: to a discovery about yourself. However, try to make your questions specific. An example: what could I do increase my sales by 10% this month?

Ask yourself your questions in writing. Then remember to findrepparttar 117509 answers to those questions that youíve posed. Itís important to write your questions down, too.

Once you getrepparttar 117510 hang of asking questions and finding answers, guess what?

You've foundrepparttar 117511 creative treasure.

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