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- Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
- Format: Paperback | 240 pages
- Dimensions: 191mm x 231mm x 18mm | 499g
- Publication date: 13 July 2010
- Publication City/Country: Old Saybrook
- ISBN 10: 0762759550
- ISBN 13: 9780762759552
- Edition: 4, Revised
- Edition statement: 4th Revised edition
- Sales rank: 456,296
Everything you need to know to run a profitable Web design business from your home.
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Jim Smith is an accomplished Web designer and trainer who owns a home-based business specializing in Web site design and hosting. Jim speaks frequently to groups on Internet-related subjects. His presentations range from introductory training sessions at local libraries to Internet seminars and workshops for Fortune 500 companies.
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Have you ever thought about starting your own Web design business? Have you ever dreamed of working from home and being your own boss? Now you can make your dreams a reality. Successful home-based Web designer Jim Smith shares his expert advice on every aspect of running a thriving Web design business from estimating start-up costs and managing your cash flow to staying profitable and keeping up with changing technology. He even offers tips and tricks on building effective Web sites and sleuthing for new business on the Internet. Whether you're an experienced designer or just starting to learn the trade, this guide can help you build your own successful home-based Web design business. Use these special features and workbook pages: Sample business planSample contractBusiness aptitude quizChecklist of start-up requirements"