How to Make a Fortune on the Internet

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    If you can point and click a mouse, type on a keyboard and have a basic grasp of the English language then you can make a fortune on the internet if you know what to do. This book will show you exactly what to do. You will learn how to: - Build a website and go live in 1 hour - Accept online payments and set up statements to track your income - Drive traffic to your site by getting your site listed instantly with the major search engines like Yahoo and Google. - Earn up to GBP10 per click every time someone clicks on your site - Earn up to GBP115 every time someone fills out a form on your site - Get other web publishers to sell your stuff - Create a database of readers you can profit from every time you update your site - Have a chat room, forum and video forum on your website for free - Automatically send out an email everyday with no input from you - Incorporate a search box on your site that makes you money every time someone searches - Add ready-made articles about your chosen subject to your site completely free - simply copy and paste!

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    Number of Pages: 192
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781845284695
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    Listed in: E-commerce, Entrepreneurship
    Publisher: How To Books Ltd

    Books by Ajay Ahuja

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    RRP: £9.99

    Total: £9.29

    Save: £0.70 per copy!

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