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by Jason Kelly

Presents advice on setting up an online business, providing information on registering an Internet address, selecting a service provider, purchasing Web design software, building an Internet store, and marketing products.
Download The Neatest Little Guide to Making Money Online (Neatest Little Guide Series) epub
ISBN: 0452281687
ISBN13: 978-0452281684
Category: Business
Subcategory: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Author: Jason Kelly
Language: English
Publisher: Plume (January 1, 2000)
Pages: 208 pages
ePUB size: 1372 kb
FB2 size: 1828 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 745
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I have enjoyed reading and using other Jason Kelly books. Believe me when I say there are none clearer or better. He is my guru into the future. A genious at cutting right to the point and supplying pertinent information in a cohesive manor.

Buy his books, you will never regret your decision. Nothing is easy in this world of ours, but there are people out there that can help us grow. Jason Kelly is one such author and investor.

Tom Foster (fostersnw)
A great book for anyone wishing to learn the basics of establishing an online business and generating a second income stream. Concise and practical, yet thorough and comprehensive. You'll learn everything from selecting a website hosting service to designing your site and selling both your own products and those of others. Written in trademark Jason Kelly style and packed with practical advise. A must read. The only drawback is that some of the information needs to be updated. The book was first printed in 2000 and the landscape has changed considerbaly since then. Having said that, the essence of "how-to" succeed online is there. Great stuff.
Jason Kelly has written a few best-selling books in the area of investing and also has a newsletter on high-tech investing. But I really enjoyed this timely little book because of the launching on my own web site earlier in the year. I used several of his ideas which has made my site more attractive. What I'd be most interested in is an updated version of this book next year or so. With the e-commerce business changing almost monthly, you've got to stay on top of what going on. The primary value of this book is the general overview of how to make your own web site more profitable. This is a simple and straight-forward book for anyone new to the e-commerce business.
I read this book and tried to use several of his techniques on my website to increase revenue. I found that much of the information in the book was hardly innovative or ground-breaking.
Jason Kelly gave a very general view of things on the internet. I do agree that it is difficult to keep up with a changing medium such as the internet by writing a book, but I have read several other books that are far more insightful and detailed.
This book is rather entertaining, but if you're looking for a book to really be your guide through making money online, look elsewhere. The money paid for the book is not worth the value.
I've been trying to make money on the internet since 1997 and I keep falling flat. Not until this book showed me that I shouldn't be competing with the likes of and Yahoo did I see where I'd gone wrong. I was trying to make millions like all the magazine cover heroes. Jason Kelly teaches that instead I should be trying to make $400 to $500 every month with a website that covers my interests and sells products that relate. I can't say enough about this approach. By the end of the book, my copy was so beat up and covered in sticky notes that I could hardly read it anymore. In two weeks, I had my own website up and running and making money with free giveaways from Bach Systems, books from including this one, and some ads from Burst. All of these resources I found in this book with no extra garbage to wade through. Kelly gives just the sites you need and just the information you need in the exact right order. Soon I hope to start selling my own homemade products in one of the stores he recommends. I could go on forever, but I've probably already typed enough. Let me conclude by just saying that if you've been beating your head against a wall trying to figure out how the runaway web can improve your bank account, this is the book for you.
Jason Kelly's book The Neatest Little Guide to Making Money Online has been an invaluable asset to helping me to start my own on-line business. I had been wanting to have my own business for several years and didn't know where to start. Coming across his guide in a local bookstore was a stroke of luck. Here was a way to start a business almost risk free cost-wise, and it was also dependent on no one but myself. The book is geared to different levels of computer knowledge from the very beginner, to those who have some knowledge in certain areas like myself. I was able to read the intro and first chapter, skip the part about buying a computer and dive right into the software bit. Now I have a web site geared to something that I love making (Caesar Salad), and I get to use my artistic talents that I haven't known what to do with for so many years. I continually refer back to Mr. Kelly's book as a guide to see what I have to do next. I have followed his advice as to free services that have helped me to become listed with search engines and directories. Now I just have to wait and see what happens (and update my site of course). And if nothing happens it's okay because my investment has been very low-just a few dollars per month. A "neat little guide" indeed.
For anyone interested in operating an online business,this is the book for you!Jason Kelly walks you through every step and covers all the bases in simple informative language that is consise and thorough. The book is fast and easy reading.Its greatest attribute is how Mr.Kelly demonstrates realistic achievements that are possible with an online business. No get rich schemes,just sensible suggestions and guidelines that make sense. I look foward to getting my business started.I keep"The Neatest Little Guide to Making Money Online"right next to my computer.
Jason's book is a good primer for making money on the Web. It covers all the basics in a very clear way. The links to on line sites he lists are also a great help to beginners. You can spend weeks or months on the web searching for the "help" and"information" sites he lists. By using all of his tips and those you pick up from the sites he suggests you visit you will make money, not a fortune perhaps but as he states it will help to pay off the car or house.A good little book well worth the money.