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Another popular trend for e-business in 2004 was rise in web services. Individuals with technical skills suitable for internet have been relishing success of e-businesses. These services can vary from technical support to graphic design to web hosting. Many successful e-businesses involve individuals who have technical know-how and right equipment to host, design, create, and maintain websites. Especially in this technical age with a great deal of individuals bringing their lives and businesses to World Wide Web, know-how to create websites is an extraordinary talent that can be quite lucrative.
The web log, or blog, has reached its pinnacle in 2004. Serving as an online journal or diary, everyone from New York Times to next door neighbor has embraced this new medium with open arms. Finding individuals to host, write, and maintain these blogs has been a surprising trend of 2004. All businesses from accounting to zoology have jumped on blog bandwagon, but many do not have time or staff to create and maintain this new-found medium. This niche has been slowly filled by individuals who will take care of all sorts of blogging needs, although there is plenty of room left for those individuals who wish to take on this project for their own e-business.
Whatever your choose to focus your e-business on, your execution will directly affect your success. Doing your research upfront will save you a great deal of time with hassles and headaches when unplanned events arise. Furthermore, carefully planning your business will allow you to set specific goals and deadlines to ensure you have covered all your bases when dealing with customers and clients.
John Evans runs http://www.SuccessAlert.com, and has written the book Success Alert - Conversations with Successful Internet Entrepreneurs which has been widely acclaimed in a variety of online and print media. If you're interested to build a home internet business this book is an absolute must-read!