"Is it Work... ...or is it a Vacation?"
Forget waking up to an alarm clock and forget rush hour traffic... I'm going to show you how to work from anywhere with a business so portable, you can carry it in your backpack
Imagine a life where you wake up every morning and actually want to get to work
"Thousands of People Do it Daily... ...And You Can Too "
This book contains the secrets to making money online. You'll learn:
The quickest way to start a business that runs on autopilot (all you do is collect the money )
How to get other people to do your work for you (especially the things you hate to do)
The Top 10 things that people will pay you big money for...
5 ways I use to easily create products to sell online (without doing any of the work myself )
A simple way to make money by giving things away
Making money online is quick and easy (if you know how to do it) and I can show you exactly what you need to do.
Christopher King is former musician turned online marketer. He splits his time between Toronto, Canada and Key West, Florida. He can be reached online at PrepareToQuit.com.
Online shopping is now a well entrenched and highly profitable multi-billion dollar industry. Despite this, little is known regarding the characteristics of online shoppers and why some consumers are more prone than others to purchase online. This book proposes and tests a new classification scheme and framework for understanding consumer adoption of the internet as a shopping medium. The work also employs one of the largest national online samples ever utilized in this area of research. The results of this book are highly valuable and have extensive implications. This book is required reading for academic researchers as well as online retailing executives.
Summary Librarians constantly conduct searches for their customers (and for their own use). However, the Internet and the technology are constantly changing. There is therefore a great challenge for librarians to keep up-to-date with how best to use the Internet. This book helps them achieve that goal. It covers for example: how to search in order to achieve the best results (strategies, what to ask and examples) and interpreting results (including examples). Importantly, not only does the book show how to use the Internet, but it also links this to perfect customer service - how to teach your customers what you know and how to properly interpret what your customers want. Key Features Helps a librarian deliver perfect customer service with confidence Provides practical tips and hints Is written by a highly respected and experienced practitioner Is pragmatic rather than technical The Author Jeanne Froidevaux Muller is a frequent contributor and author of columns in the respected magazine Managing Information; the author was, from 1992-2002, head of the library at the Swiss Cancer League. She built the first web page of the Cancer League and developed the library at the League from scratch. Jeanne is currently based at the public library of Thun, Switzerland, and is responsible for library systems and statistics. Contents Introduction Basis of confidence - the Internet as a tool and not something to be afraid of Data - Information - Knowledge How to search - simple strategies; what to ask; examples Interpreting results - including examples Maintaining a link list on your browser How to teach your customers what you know and how to know what your customers want Perfect customer service
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