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Paperback- 224 pages (Jan 2000)
Plume; ISBN: 0452281687
You don’t believe the fluff about making millions online and becoming the next Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates, do you? Of course not. But I have first-hand experience with the potential of the Internet to put an extra $400 per month into the hands of anybody.
See this site you’re visiting right now? Believe it or not, that’s how much it makes off associate program partnerships, follow-up autoresponders, advertising, and licensed content. In some months, it makes even more. When you visit this site and see the ads, buy the products I list, or subscribe to my newsletter, you contribute to that modest monthly income. Over the course of a year, it adds up to a substantial amount of money that can be properly invested using my other Neatest Little Guides (ha!), or spent on a luxury like a deluxe vacation or a car.
Everybody who reads this book loves it. I think you will, too. It’s the first book to provide a simple, clear path to all of the Web’s easy moneymakers. Be sure to visit the Making Money Online Resources section of this site to see the latest resources from the book.
The Neatest Little Guide to Making Money Online
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Hey, are you using WordPress for your site platform? I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and set up my own. Do you need any HTML coding expertise to make your own blog? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Yes, this site is run on WordPress. I started it in raw HTML some 15 years ago, then moved to Blogger, and upgraded the whole thing to WP a couple of years ago. WP is very good. You don’t need to know HTML, but it helps for any site. Even in a WP post or page, for example, you’ll have much better control if you know what WP is doing behind the scenes and how you can nudge it a bit to get just the look you want.
Take it slow, no rush. The button interface is fine to get started and you can slowly add skills as you find what you want to do and then how to do it. I suggest picking up a copy of Visual Quickstart Guide to HTML, XHTML & CSS. Keep it handy for looking things up. You’ll find yourself using it less and less as you run your site each day. One day, you won’t use it at all and you’ll realize you accidentally became a website guru!
Good luck out there! Make the net a better place.
Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wished to say that I have truly enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. After all I’ll be subscribing to your rss feed and I hope you write again very soon!
Don’t have a website yet and I’ve had your book for years!
Is the info still good and your recommendations? Like who do you host with?
It seems like godaddy.
Fear has ruled my life for a long time (along with a raging addiction[now 61/2 years clean]) and it’s time to break out of my self-imposed shell.
And I’m going to use your book, which I did read before and was just wondering about the info.
Thanks for doing this.
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