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14. Building Your Online Business Website Part 4
Do You Want To Know What A Web 2.0 Web Site Is? And Why Should You Build A Web 2.0 Web Site?:
What is Web 2.0? Web 2.0 does not imply technological changes in the World Wide Web but in fact the manner in which it connects people and allows them to play an active role in the development and determination of web content. The Web 2.0 reduces the distinction between the producers and the cons...

15. Building Your Online Business Website Part 5
Here is Why Creating and Keeping Your Web Content Up To Date Is So Important:
Creating and Keeping Your Web Content Up To Date/Content is King! Market On The Net: You might have the best product or service to offer in its class, but it wouldn't do your business much good if your prospective customers do not know of your existence. In this day and age, where technology rul...

10. Work From Home Or Not Work From Home
Should You Work From Home Or Not Work From Home? Consider These First.:
Starting a home-based business or taking the decision to work out of your home is not one that you can take lightly or quickly. This decision needs to be thought through, considered for practical and legal aspects and in tune with your personality. No doubt a lot of people make a good living worki...

12. Building Your Online Business Website Part 2
Before Starting A Business Web Site You Need To Lay Out A Plan:
Plan Your Website Planning your web site is the most important and interesting stage in the development and creation of a website. This is a time for introspection and for putting your thoughts together. Here are some of the key issues you need to consider and pen down your responses before you m...

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Start Your Own Food Company And Create Your Recipe To Sell To The World

Food industry leader tells how he started with nothing but a dream and a lot of determination

Click Here to get more information for How Start Your Own Food Company And Create Your Recipe To Sell To The WorldStart Your Own Food Company takes you by the hand and guides you from startup to production to distribution. Even those insider tips are here. You'll learn how I did it with very little money, and I've included many of these tips so you can save a bundle getting started.

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In this book, you will learn:

  • You really don't need an office, you can run your business from a spare bedroom
  • How to get started legally (you don't want to break any laws in the food industry)
  • How to choose how your business will operate (sole proprietorship, corporation, etc.) and an explanation of each so you can decide what's best for you
  • How to register your URL or website name for next to nothing
  • How to register your business with the county clerk
  • How to clear legal hurdles such as local requirements, sales tax permits, federal tax ID, and a food manufacturer's license
  • A short history of my first product (it's subtitled "This is not the way you want to do it")
  • Help in finding someone to produce your product legally and inexpensively
  • What outside professional help to employ, and how to save money doing it
  • How to find someone to produce your labels (they must be professionals)
  • Labeling rules
  • How to acquire a UPC code
  • Establish a wholesale price
  • Tips on packaging that will skyrocket reorders
  • What tools I find essential to running a small business besides my computer
  • Shipping tips
  • An invaluable section on different type of shows and conventions with an ROI (return on investment) guide for each type. This alone will save you a ton of money
  • Breakdown of distributors (these are the people that get your products into stores) and a history of my first distributor, also subtitled "This is not how you want to do it"
  • How to get insured. Don't proceed without insurance
  • Insider tips on winning local or even national awards (I definitely know my stuff when it comes to this subject)
  • Costs of national product competitions
  • One product I would never produce
  • An extensive section on the shows including how we sample different products
  • How to deal with the health department at the shows
  • Decorating your booth
  • Discussions with two different copackers (the people that will produce your product) with dollar figures to help you estimate the cost of your initial run of product
  • How to launch a website and get a merchant account
  • The complicated procedure of how credit cards are processed over the Internet

And over 40 links to provide you with enough research and reading material to become an expert

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