Getting Up and Running
Making an Internet-based business work and pay for you is more simple than business has ever been before – you just need to know how.
The first thing to do is to decide on a price list for things that you will do. In order to make explanation more understandable, let us use an example.
If you are a website builder for example, you can set prices based on how complicated or otherwise the site is.
A site with an intricate design, multiple pages and interactive content will be a lot more time consuming and demanding than one that simply has a front page with basic information. You would therefore price it more highly.
Having a host site is preferable if you want to do business by way of the Internet. This can again be simple or more complicated.
The site is like the front door of a “bricks and mortar” office – it will be what brings customers into contact with you. It acts as a shop front, so making it attractive and intriguing will bring in all the more business.
For simplicity, you can set up a blog, something which is highly popular and easy. An original, more customisable site will require some HTML knowledge and other associated competencies – but if you build websites then you will know that.
On the site, you can display some short descriptions of what you do, how you do it and how much you charge. Really, there should be a limit to how much information you give to customers.
To overload them will get in the way of things – you can give the specifics when they contact you.