Work at Home Moms Internet Marketing & Networking


Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Free Step-by-Step Help Offered to Start an Online Business

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Alice Seba
Phone Number: 1-604-608-5575
Email: nell@aliceseba.com
URL: http://www.OnlineBusinessActionGuide.com

International News: A free step-by-step teaching hopeful online business owners what kind of businesses they can start; how much time and money might be involved and how to get their first website set up.

Individuals who have been considering starting an online business, but aren't sure where to start, are invited to claim a free printable Online Business Action Guide to show them the different types of businesses they can start. The guide shows which types of businesses require a larger cash outlay and time investment and which are relatively inexpensive to start and require less maintenance. In addition, those who claim their free guide will find how they can start their first website and are given follow-up emails with further tips and encouragement on getting their Internet business up and running.

"I know that so many people come to the Internet, hoping to start an online business, but they are immediately overwhelmed by all the information and just aren't sure where to start," says Alice Seba, the creator of the guide, "The worst part is, these people are often exposed to the scams and get rich quick schemes. My guide and follow-up emails aim to help individuals avoid those pitfalls."

Seba, a 4 year veteran of online business has always dedicated herself to providing the best possible information so that others can also succeed at online business. She has created numerous websites that help mothers work from home, teach individuals to write web sales copy and even help kids get started with their own online businesses too.

The guide and follow-up is completely free and can be claimed at http://www.OnlineBusinessActionGuide.com
Sunday, January 08, 2006

Free Help for Parents: Getting Kids Involved in Internet Business

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Alice Seba
Phone Number: 1-604-608-5575
Email: nell@aliceseba.com
URL: http://www.InternetBasedKids.com

International News – Parents are encouraged to claim a free “Parent’s Getting Started Guide” to teach their children how they can inexpensively start their own online business.

As more children are getting involved with entrepreneurship, Internet Based Kids shows parents how they can get their children involved with a business that is fun and doesn’t require a lot of start-up cash.

“When I started the Internet Based Kids website, I had a lot of parents emailing me asking how they could secure loans for tens of thousands per dollars so their children could start their own businesses,” says owner Alice Seba, “Frankly, I was surprised to hear this question because that’s not what we want to teach people. I want to encourage parents to help their kids develop a business that isn’t going to send the family into debt or require them clutter their house with a bunch of inventory.”

This prompted Seba to put together a free guide that would give parents a good overview of what it takes to get their children started with their own website and potentially profitable online business. The guide includes information on how to do market research and choose an appropriate website topic; how to make money with a website; and how to inexpensively build a website without any special training.

When asked what exactly is required to get children to start their own business online, Seba said, “It sounds really simple and ultimately it is. It’s precisely what I’ve been doing and teaching others to do since 2002. Kids can create an informational website based around a particular theme or subject. This means, they might be able to build a website about her favorite hobby or particular interest or particular interest.

“Children can earn money by recommending the products of other online companies and when they make a sale, they earn a commission. There are many large and reputable websites running these commission-based programs that are commonly known as ‘affiliate programs’. Companies like Wal-mart, eBay and PetSmart all use affiliate programs to continue the growth of their online sales. There is no charge for participating in these programs, which can be a very viable income opportunity”

Parents are invited to claim their free printable Parent’s Getting Started Guide at http://www.internetbasedkids.com/parentsguide.html