Book Review: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Book Review: Who Moved My Cheese? Book Review: Buffett: The Making Of An American Capitalist Book Review: The Monk And The Riddle: The Education Of A Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Book Review: Thinking Like An Entrepreneur: How To Make Intelligent Business Decisions That Will Lead To Success In Building And Growing Your Own Company

We review the best small business and investing books
------- Bainvestor.com -------


Featured Small Business Book--Thinking Like An Entrepreneur
Investing Books
Small Business Books
Career Books
Personal Finance Books
Self Help Books
Home
 
Book Review: Home-Based Business for DummiesTM

Book Review:
How To Start And Operate A Mail-Order Business


Poor Richard's Web Site: Geek-Free Commonsense Advice On Building a Low-Cost Web Site

Poor Richard's Web Site: Geek-Free Commonsense Advice On Building a Low-Cost Web Site.

by Peter Kent

Poor Richard's Web Site: Geek-Free Commonsense Advice On Building a Low-Cost Web Site teaches you the basics of setting up your own web site in a cost effective manner. Rather than hiring others to conceptualize and create your site (Peter Kent says "The Internet is a giant jobs program for computer geeks"), Peter Kent shows you how to do it.

Rather than focusing upon creating the coolest site using the latest multimedia technology, Poor Richard's Web Site encourages you to create a site that has practical value to the people who might visit your site. Create a functional site that loads quickly. Such practical sites, like cdnow.com, are more likely to make money for the business person. You will find a good deal of helpful information in this book. The book has many links to sources that will help you with your new web site.

Note: This book is not an introduction to web page design and html. Rather it is an introduction to the steps you need to go about setting up a web site in a cost effective way.

Poor Richard's Web Site

Home Personal Finance Self Help
Career Small BusinessInvesting