One of the most common requests I get from readers is for detailed information on how to start a side business of some kind, especially how to start a blog.
With minimal equipment and ample time, how can a person construct a side business in order to earn a little extra money?
When they are at the point of making a purchase of some kind, they go to a website that will satisfy their needs.
They can either purchase something online directly from your website or they can use your website to find out exactly where your bricks and mortar store is located so that they can come and purchase products and/or services from you in person.
These articles will naturally be spaced out so that I have time to actually construct each side business and keep it going until it earns a respectable income.
However, with blogging, I’ve already done this and due to a lot of luck and hard work, it became successful beyond my wildest dreams.
Many people have websites (for their businesses as well as for personal use) and many people have blogs.
The issue is whether people truly understand the difference between a website and a blog. A good way to think about a website is in terms of it being a virtual store that sells products and/or services.
Note that the book does not attempt to teach C or AGK2.
Instead, it concentrates on the techniques required for programmers already experienced in C and AGK2 to get started in Tier 2 and to introduce best practices when modifying the Tier 2 templates supplied by TGC.
A website is the perfect forum to self-promote and advertise.
Promotion and buying and selling are exactly what people expect when they visit a website.
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