Beginners' Guide to E-Commerce
Collecting money is one aspect of ecommerce. Okay, it's a very important
aspect. If you don't have that part figured out, why bother?
But once you know how you are going to collect you money, you'll
need to think about marketing your product and other related issues.
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If you're writing a business plan for a new undertaking, this document
will save you time, money, and frustration. You'll still have to
do your homework, but this document makes it easy for you to sort,
arrange and lay out your business plan in a way that your banker
will appreciate! Use the document as your guide.
Write a Proposal
That Gets Results
Do your proposals stand out from the crowd and get noticed? Whether
you're bidding on a contract or submitting a proposal for a business
venture, you'll need a killer proposal that'll put you ahead of
the competition. This document shows you how to do it, and as an
added bonus, you can use the Office 97 document as your guide.
Brochure That Works
Your brochure will grab the grab the reader's attention and hold
it when you use the tips and strategies in this document. You'll
learn how to position your message on the brochure for maximum impact,
how to present your message effectively, and how to use color and
design to get the results you want. Naturally, there are tips for
keeping the budget down!
Joint Venture Contract
Use this lawyer-approved sample to develop your Joint Venture contract!
You'll save money on legal fees when you do the preliminary work
of developing your own agreement. This customizable Joint Venture
contract is ready for you to use --customize, add new terms, delete
terms you don't want, and modify as required -- then take it to
your lawyer for a final review before the negotiations begin
You'll save money in billable legal hours when you use this lawyer-approved
sample contract to develop your agreement with an independent contractor
or professional. This customizable Independent Contractor agreement
is ready for you to use --customize, add new terms, delete terms
you don't want, and modify as required. Be sure to take it to your
lawyer for a final review.