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The neatest little guide to making money online
Kelly, Jason.
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Publication Information:
New York : Plume Book, [2000]

Physical Description:
xiii, 187 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
General Note:
"Directory of websites in this book": p. [173]-187.
Format :


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Material Type
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HF5548.32 .K45 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Open Shelf
HF5548.32 .K45 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Open Shelf

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With his hugely popular Neatest Little Guide series, Jason Kelly has established a reputation for providing sound business and investment expertise in an accessible format. With The Neatest Little Guide to Making Money Online, Kelly reaches out to the burgeoning segment of people who are intrigued yet intimidated by the power of the Internet as a business tool. Kelly provides readers with all the information they need to set up their own online business and earn extra money. This practical, step-by-step guide shows how to:* Select an Internet service provider and register an Internet address * Design a website--from purchasing the right software to keeping navigation simple and content fresh * Market a website through newsletters, discussion forums, and reciprocal links Written with Jason Kelly's trademark flair, The Neatest Little Guide to Making Money Online helps readers get connected--and on their way to earning money. Filled with advice and tips from business experts, it will have people up and running in no time.

Author Notes

Jason Kelly has covered Notre Dame athletics for over a decade. He lives in South Bend, Indiana.

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Booklist Review

Some readers may be more inclined to pick up a book that bills itself as a "neat little guide" than one that targets "dummies," but Kelly's intentions are the same as the authors who write those other books. He aims to simplify a subject that seems intimidating and make it accessible and understandable. Kelly's "neatest" series includes such topics as the stock market, mutual funds, and personal finance. Kelly also conducts money management seminars and is a frequent guest on financial talk shows. This latest guide extols the moneymaking potential of the Internet. Kelly details how to select the right computer, Internet service provider, Web browser, and e-mail program. He explains how to find information online and use the Internet as a medium for personal networking. He also provides tips on creating a Web site and recommends becoming an online affiliate (selling other companies' products for commission). Kelly concludes with specific advice on how to market one's site as well as use it to sell advertising. --David Rouse