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07. Why Even A Small Business Or Sole Proprietor Needs A Business Plan
Why Even A Small Business Or Sole Proprietor Needs A Business Plan. Before Starting even a home based business you should write down your short and long term goals.:
To start a sole proprietor home based business, especially if you are going to ease yourself into business while maintaining your day job you probably will not require a formal business plan. However, that is not to say you should not lay down a "plan" for your business. A sort of road m...

11. Building Your Online Business Web Site Part 1
First Article On Building Your Online Business Website:
Building Your Online Business Website An online business website has virtually become essential for every business and industry. Whether you sell books, software, hair clips or automotive parts, an online presence has many advantages. If a business doesn’t have an online business web...

01. Why Start an Online Business
Why should you start a business on the internet? I believe you should. Read this article to see why.:
Why should you start a business on the internet? Let me explain why I think you should. First let's look at some of the pros and cons of an internet business versus the more traditional offline business. Before making that comparison I am going to assume you already have some idea of the p...

08. How to Prepare a Business Plan
How To Prepare A Basic Business Plan For A Small Business Sole Propritor:
There are three most important criteria for measuring success in any venture. Firstly a "Plan" must be conceived followed by objective and clear cut practical steps to achieve that plan. Thirdly it is paramount to blueprint the exact critical path approach to get to your target goal of d...

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Web Developers To Build Your Website, How To Hire


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This ebook will save you thousands of dollars and help avoid hours of headache when dealing with website development contractors because this eBook answers these 10 important questions:

  1. How much should I know about technology? Internet and website technology primer
    • What technology goes into building a site? Top-level conceptual overview
    • Will I need a "Geek to English Dictionary"? Minimum required knowledge to ask intelligent questions and understand answers
    • Where can I learn more? Internet resources
  2. What is a typical proposal process? Steps and stages to go from concept to contract
  3. Where to find firms? Best and worst ways to find a vendor
    • Solicit bids from overseas? US-based vs. off-shore vendors
  4. When should I disclose my budget? Starting with a budget figure vs. waiting to see bids
  5. What information to put in an RFP? How to communicate your ideas so techies could understand them
    • How to create top-level overview of the site?
    • How to determine types of users?
    • How to figure out the revenue streams?
    • How to forecast website traffic?
    • How to create list of modules?
  6. How accurate are the time and cost estimates in proposals? Secrets of estimating project costs
    • How to lower the cost? Feature/cost tradeoffs
    • How to shorten development time? Phased approach and frequent releases
    • How to get visible results faster? Preparing demos for investors and other stakeholders
  7. To pay or not to pay for specifications? Understanding the difference between approaches to requirements analysis
  8. How to evaluate proposal responses? Identifying key points and red flags to look for
  9. Should you put all eggs into one basket? Do-it-all shops vs. niche specialists
  10. What are the next steps? Moving from proposal to project award
    • Should I meet with top choice firms?
    • How to make the final decision?
    • Should I choose the lowest bid?
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