How To Make Money Online: Work From Home and Get Rich On The Internet by
Hear the inside stories and secrets of running an Internet business from an entrepreneur who has made millions of dollars online. Would you like to start your own home business? Work all day in sweatpants and a T-shirt and commute only from your bed to your computer? Retire young before you get too old to enjoy it all? Then this is the book for you.
To give you an idea of what the book is about, below is a list of the chapter titles:
How To Make Money Online
Why I Bought A Flower Store
The Story of DigiCredit.com
Web Hosting Sucks
How I Invented A Plush Toy
Working From Home
The Psychology of a Multi-Million Dollar Sale
Publicity: Does It Bring Fame and Fortune?
My Human-Powered Search Engine
The Neti Pot of Life
Are Website Makeovers Worth It?
Taking Your Business To The Next Level
My First Date
How My Web Host Screwed Me Out of $5,000
My Outsourcing Adventure
Amazon Mechanical Turk
What Is The Next Big Thing?
Viral Videos (The Story of “Pimp My Sleigh”)
Partnerships – Part II
Partnerships – Part III
SantaBot is Coming To Town
How A Domain Name Sale Works
Some Bitcoin 2.0 Business Ideas
Why I Am Happy To Sell At A Loss
My Paperless Life
Some Websites Are Just Not Worth It
Buying Cheap Traffic
How I Was Scammed Out of $2,000
Striking It Rich With Bitcoin Cloud Mining
My First Kiss
Giving Away My New Business Ideas
There Is Nothing New Anymore
Mistakes and Failures
How I Found My Voice
About the author of How to Make Money Online, Work From Home and Get Rich On The Internet, Eric Borgos:
Eric Borgos is the owner of Impulse Communications, Inc., a 20-year-old Internet company that operates over 300 websites (such as CheapFlowers.com and Dumb.com), some of which have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Inc. Magazine, Entrepreneur, Readers Digest, and Popular Science, as well as numerous radio and TV shows. He is also an active domain name investor, having bought and sold over 10,000 domains. In 2008, he sold his Bored.com website for $4.5 million and continues to actively develop new sites. Eric has always worked from home and has never met any of the people who work for him. Some of his crazier business adventures include inventing a toy that was sold at Toys”R”Us, buying a retail flower shop 3,000 miles away without visiting it first or knowing anything about the flower business, and trying to go public on the stock exchange.