The one thing that is important to know, is that you do have to work to make money online. Just like having a regular offline business, the online business needs to be taken care of, the Web site continually updated.
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How to Boost Your Chances at Having a Successful Web Site

New Web sites are springing up online by the millions. However, when they donít reach a level of success, the Web site owners assume that you canít make money on the Internet. Wrong.

The one thing that is important to know, however, is that you do have to work to make money online. Just like having a regular offline business, the online business needs to be taken care of, the Web site continually updated, and the customers made to feel safe and secure when doing business with you.

So, letís devote this article to simple things you can do to have a successful online business. Remember that books have been written on this subject, so this article wonít be all inclusive by any means. But, for the average Web site owner, it will give you simple steps to take to turn your online business down the right path toward achieving success.

Future of the Internet

In January of 2003, Roy H. Williams, who is widely known and respected as the "Wizard of Ads," finally declared, "Now is the time to get in." For years, Roy has been watching and predicting the Internet's future. Back in 1996, he declared, "The Internet is a baby born premature." He even predicted the great dot com crash that weíre still recovering from.

So what does Roy have to say about the future of the Internet? Roy says that the buying public has finally figured out how to use the Internet and what it's good for: specifically, "information gathering and features-based comparison-shopping."

What does Roy suggest for Web sites today?

1. Ignore heavy graphic sites and focus on providing information for your visitors.

2. Build confidence by interacting with your Web visitors and anticipating and answering their questions.

3. Donít think "advertising" - think information delivery.

4. Focus on Web site architecture (a simply designed site) and exceptional writing.

5. Help your visitors find what theyíre looking for within a few minutes of landing on your site. If you make them hunt for information, theyíre gone.

For more information such as what was mentioned above, subscribe to Michael Campbellís newsletter. Michael is one of the most well-known Internet marketers, and his newsletter is exceptional.

For more information about Roy H. Williams and his advertising philosophies, visit:

So, with Royís predictions in mind, letís look at some ways to make our Web sites stronger, more visible, and have a better chance at being successful.

Purchase Your Own Domain Name

Having a professional image is very important on the Web, and it begins with having your own domain name. Having your Web site located at AOL or one of the free Web hosting companies takes away a level of professionalism.

Letís face it: purchasing a domain is cheap! Did you know that you can purchase a domain name for $21.95 a YEAR?? Thatís it! From there, youíll want to use a professional hosting company, which will provide an address for your Web site.

Combustion Hosting will be glad to take care of purchasing your domain name for you, moving your "old" Web site to their location, and hosting the site for you. Their rates to "host" your domain begin at only $15.49 a month, which is an excellent price. "Hosting" a domain simply means to provide an address on the Web for your site.

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