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Starting and operating an Internet
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Good business practices, like building the confidence of customers
through truthful advertising, providing products and services at a fair
price, and developing long-term business relationships, are as
applicable to Internet businesses as they are to any other businesses.
Having said that, there are
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Low Start-up Costs
- When you decide to start a business online, you can do so with as
little as a few hundred dollars and a good idea. However, don't be
misled into believing that the Internet is an arena for instant
riches with little or no effort. Nothing could be further from
the truth. Like any business, it takes creativity, planning, money and
hard work to be successful.
Requirements - Suddenly it's not enough to simply have a good
product or service. To use the Internet effectively, you now
need to have or be able to acquire skills in graphic
server technology, programming, and a
brand new marketing
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Possibilities - The opportunities and ease of fostering strategic
alliances to bolster marketing efforts is unsurpassed on the
Internet. The reason we see so many cooperative relationships
between companies online is that doing so has become so simple and
so profitable. The advertising industry has found itself with many
more possibilities as well as significantly more competition.
Results - Another byproduct of business on the internet is that
tracking potential customers as a group and visitor preferences is
an ordinary part of business on the Internet. See Promotion
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Audience - Even if you do not think of your business as an
international business, you must recognize that your visitors are
likely to be from all over the world. You should consider
whether or not you are prepared for international shipping and other
transactions with countries other than your own. You should
also strongly consider having your website translated onto languages
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