Starting Your Own Internet Business? Are You Ready?

Internets = srs.biz. Parody motivator.

Internets = srs.biz. Parody motivator. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What happens when you find out how to set up your own successful Internet business and develop your own Internet marketing plan?

I am going to help you answer that question but first let me qualify myself.

My name is Thomas Gunter a 46 year plus veteran of the outdoor adverting industry and owner of Billboard Brokers of America, LLC.

I have my own Internet marketing plan and website, I am easy to find on the Internet you can look me up on Google by simply placing the words Billboard Broker in the search window.Withthat said let’s move on.

No I am not an Internet Guru I and I am not trying to sell you anything. I am a business  man that found a better way to make money which I would like to share with you. A way you can also reach out to thousand of people around the world from your website. If I can do this, so can you.

Get ready to increase your new-found Internet revenues to a place where there are no limits! The Internet! Cyber space! Here you can go as far as your intelligence and imagination can possibly take you. There are no speed limits so you can take your time or go just as fast as you would like to. It is a great place to build a new business.

The goal of this information is to help you get started building your very own Internet business by having the right mindset.  Once you have all this in place by all means it time for you to get started!

Setting up an Internet website can be quite lucrative and exciting once you know how it is done.

Listed below are a few of my step by step details to help you get started.

Step 1 – Do your research.  Read all the information you can find and seek the information that suits you and your marketing plan best. Study web sites that are successful,their designs continent and marketing techniques. Find techniques and foot prints that will help you to plan and design your own. Set your goals high and become your own  success story.

Step 2 – Educate yourself. To develop a productive web business necessitates the proper knowledge, this is what separates the winners from the losers in all business.  Be sure you learn from someone who has already been successful on the web, listen to what they have to say and then and then decide for yourself what is right for you.

Step 3 – Once you have a money-making system invest in your new-found business and yourself

To create your online enterprise you need to set up a robust money-making process that will be making you a great cash income.  Once you have that technique down you should think about outsourcing techniques of repetitive tasks and focus on increasing the speed of that method so you can grow.

Step 4 – Develop a master approach for yourself to definitely what you are going to do and stay with it. Being self-employed requires a lot of self-discipline. This is where the mindset part comes in.

Your Internet business will most likely not succeed if you fail to process your goals along with a plan to execute it.  In making your new web business lucrative you will have to develop a master plan and provide ample focus and attention to it until it works. Perseverance is one of the main keys to success in any business.

To setup your worldwide web business you’ll want to set up essential methods that you will have to adhere to in order to succeed. Most likely that is going to require long hours and a lot of dedication especially in the beginning.

If you are planning to start a home based internet business you will need to utilize the enormous power of leveraging to develop your own web business.  It is very important you save yourself from on-line misconceptions.

Obtaining the desire needed to start-up a home Internet business and having the opportunity to actually do this is two different situations.  There are some concerns you should think about before leaving your present job and starting an online business.

Be true to yourself before you begin. Ask yourself a few questions before you make a decision.  One of the first questions to ask yourself, are you ready to start a home web business?  Self-confidence will play a large part in the success of your new business.  You will need to believe that your home based business will be successful.

What do others think about your self-employment decision?  Sometimes one can be over-confident about their ability.  Are you ready for self-employment?  You need to be very honest with yourself about this.  Consider how you work at your current job?  Are you one to finish your task at hand regardless of the situation?  Do you work just as well at work when your supervisors are not around? Are you willing to work longer hours to achieve you new goals? Are you good at goal setting?

These are some of the many questions you need to ask yourself.  Have you ever considered instructional classes or workshops about starting up and managing your own business?  For individuals who have not run their own business before they may want to consider doing this before they start.  You’ll learn about the good, the bad and the ugly part of having your very own small business. It is not for everyone.

Are you ready for the real test?  If so it is time to get started. You should make sure that you have some type of back up income to help keep you afloat while you seek out your new venture.

Be ready for long hours that often generate no immediate income?  Working long hours is normal when you are working for yourself.  Sometimes you work these long hours with very little or no pay especially in the beginning.

In closing I cannot express how important it is to do your research and educate yourself before you begin.  Make sure this is something you will enjoy.  If you can start out part-time, do it  before you give up your day job. Don’t quit your day job until you are sure you are ready.  And remember to always have a backup plan.

Good luck on your new venture!

Thomas Gunter

For more information: e-mail topgunusa@aol.com

or visit my site at www.billboardbroker.com

What Millionaire Business People Have in Common

What Millionaire Business People Have in Common: FROM TOM GUNTER’S BILLBOARDS 101 -“THINK AND GROW RICH” Forbes magazine recently reported that there were 691 billionaires in the world….

7 SIGNS OF AN ENTREPRENUER

Cover of "Start Your Own Business"

Cover of Start Your Own Business

How do you know if you have what it takes to start a business? There’s really no way to know for sure. But I do find things in common among the emotional and family fabric of people ready to consider an entrepreneurial venture.Do you have the right personality type to successfully run your own business? It takes an entrepreneurial fire in you to make a business, not everyone has it.

How do you know if you have what it takes to start a business? There’s really no way to know for sure. But I do find things in common among the emotional and family fabric of people ready to consider an entrepreneurial venture.

You don’t have to fit all seven of these categories to be a good candidate for entrepreneurship. But it probably wouldn’t hurt. In general, the more you have in common with these characteristics, the closer you probably are to being ready to try going out on your own.

1. You come from a line of people who couldn’t work for someone else. I don’t mean that in a negative way. People who are successful at establishing their own business tend to have had parents who worked for themselves. It’s usually easier to get a job with a company than to start your own business; people who strike out on their own often have the direct example of a parent to look to.

2. You’re a lousy employee. No need to sugar-coat this one. People who start their own businesses tend to have been fired from or quit more than one job. I’m not saying you were laid off for lack of work or moved from one job to a better-paying one. You were asked to leave, or you quit before they could fire you. Think of it as the marketplace telling you that the only person who can effectively motivate and manage you is yourself.

3. You see more than one definition of “job security.” I am truly envious of the few people I know who have stayed with one employer for 25 or 30 years. They look very secure. But how many people do you know who are able to stay with one company for that long? In a rapidly changing economy, job security can be frighteningly fleeting.

4. You’ve gone as far as you can go, or you’re not going anywhere at all. Sometimes the motivation to start a new venture comes from having reached the top of the pile where you are, looking around, and saying “What’s next?” Early success can be wonderful, but early retirement can sometimes drive energetic and motivated people totally crazy.

5. You’ve done the market research already. Don’t even talk to me about your great business idea if you haven’t put the time into figuring out if there’s a market for your product or service. As the people behind any number of failed Internet ventures will tell you, “cool” doesn’t necessarily translate into “profitable.” Don’t bother building it if you haven’t figured out whether there’s a good chance the customers will come.

6. You’ve got the support of your family. Starting a business is stressful under the best of circumstances. Trying to do it without the support of your spouse or other significant family members or friends would probably be unbearable.

7. You know you cannot do it alone. You might excel at promoting a business. Maybe you love running the financial end of the enterprise. You could be someone who starts a business because you have unique creative or technical know-how to create a product. Any of the above is possible, but it’s unlikely that you are going to excel at all of these tasks or at all of the tasks involved in running any business. Forget all that doing it alone stuff. You are going to need some help sometime.

The willingness to get that help, having employees, partners or consultants for those areas in which you are not an expert is one indicator of likely future success. No successful entrepreneur has ever succeeded alone, the person who is most capable of enlisting the support of others is the most likely to succeed.