A part of our 'Getting Started' Series
                                   

                                                                                           by RichardPresents.com

Warning: This is NOT a sales letter!
(Aren't you disappointed? ;)


Make Your Own Business
An Easy Way To Start Your Own Online Business - On Any Budget

An interactive tutorial

No, I'm not talking about signing up and spending all your time promoting someone else's business. I'm talking about finding or creating your own product, selling it yourself or through your own affiliates, and putting the money directly in your own bank account.

Whether you're looking to get out of your current job entirely, add another income that doesn't take a lot of work, or just want to pick up a few extra bucks a month, you CAN do it. It's actually very easy.

If you already have a web site, it's so easy to add to your income from it that you'll wonder why you haven't already done this. (If you have, you'll find some ideas here that will increase your profits even more.)

The best part is, once you've got it set up, it can run automatically, making money for you even while you're asleep.

A lot of people write about this stuff. Most of them are so unclear that you can't understand, much less follow, their instructions. Or they talk about things that are too advanced for most people's experience level. Or they get into areas that have no relation to anything you're really interested in.

When that happens, it all sounds too complicated, so you don't do anything with the ideas.

I've noticed that most people can see just how easy it is once you give them some concrete examples that relate to them personally. That's what this tutorial is all about.

It's pretty simple to do. You answer a few questions below, enter your email address, and click on the button. A few minutes later you get the results in your email box. (Ain't technology wunnerful?)

What you're getting will be a detailed explanation of how you can start your own business, with your own products, on whatever budget you have to work with. Even no budget at all, if necessary. It will include pointers to all the resources you'll need to get started.

The explanation will be tailored to your own interests and experience level, with personalised examples and suggestions based on your answers to the questions.

You'll also receive a free subscription to TalkBiz News, to help you keep up on ideas and resources you can use to make your business grow faster. (TalkBiz News is published by Paul Myers, the creator of this tutorial.)

Privacy Notice: Your email address will not be shared with anyone else, and you can unsubscribe at any time. (Instructions are included in every issue.)

In addition, we will send you a complimentary subscription to our periodic "Topics of Interest" ezine listing our most recent 'Finds' of helpful tips and techniques on a wide variety of topics.

There are some questions about your professional and personal interests in the form below. The answers to those are never seen anywhere but in the response you get back. We don't store them, save them, or even see them.

Important: Make sure you have room in your mailbox for a roughly 100,000 byte email. (Sorry to all you WebTV users, but I don't think WebTV systems will load this one, even if your mailbox is completely empty.)

I think you'll be surprised to see just how easy this is.


Note: When answering the questions below, you'll notice that some of them have examples listed. If you use the same format as the examples, the result you get back will make more sense. If the example is "fix cars," but you're in the wrecking business, you would say "demolish buildings, rather than "tearing down buildings."

What's your first name?

Do you currently have a web site?
Yes -- No


What do you do for a living?
Examples: sell insurance, fix cars, write books
Finish this sentence: "I...
."
Note: If you're retired, answer as you would have when you were still working.

What important aspect of your business or profession are you really good at?
Examples: selling, closing the deal, managing the staff, baking the bread
Finish this sentence: "I like...
."

What is your favorite hobby?
Examples: fishing, playing darts, collecting walnut leaves
Finish this sentence: "I like to spend my spare time...
."


What would you LIKE to do that you've never done?
Examples: go to Bermuda, catch a whale, learn to hang glide
Finish this sentence: "I never have, but I'd really like to...
."

How have other people completed this sentence when talking to you?
Examples: meet new people, play pool, drive defensively
Finish this sentence. "I wish I could
the way you do!"

Think of someone you know who is really good at something you think other people would like to be able to do well.

What's their first name?

Finish this sentence. "S/He can...
better than anyone I know."
Examples: build furniture, see the good side of things, barbecue chicken

Which is closest to your general writing ability?

"I can't write worth squat."
"I did okay in school, but I haven't written anything longer than a memo since."
"I can write well enough for people to understand me, but not much more."
"I can write with the best of them."

What's your experience with writing sales copy? (Pick the closest.)

"Write it? I can't even stand to read it!"
"Ummm... None. Why?"
"I've done a little bit, but I'm no pro."
"I'm a pro, baby. It's what I do."

Can you program? (As in, write software.)
Yes -- No


What's your email address?

What's your last name? (Optional)


This tutorial is sent by email. You must enter a valid email address to receive the information. Do NOT enter any address but your own, as we will report any such activities to your ISP.

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