I hope to be an example of how one can become successful in having a business on the internet. My idea being that if I can do it … absolutely anyone can. It might be fun to follow along and see how I do. There’s likely to be lessons learned and for those who are solidly grounded in computer/internet knowledge, it will be the place to come for your daily giggle.
My domain is INTERNET BUSINESS DYNAMICS.COM . I have the first page of my web site finished. The reason I think I can do this is because I’m not alone. I’m part of a company named E-verge International. One of the many benefits of being a member is Kevin Sipe of Site Design SEO and his staff guiding us all through webinars, conference calls and training videos with great knowledge and patience, so that we can produce a successful web site. I’m being helped and supported in my quest to be part of the flourishing internet business which is there for all of us. I’m in the process (with E-verge SEO) of building a website (The computer learning handicapped like me are a bit of a challenge but … if they say they can make me into a webmaster I’m ready to try. )
The Homebased Reporter … is a blog site for daily updates on E-verge. You may want to check it out This is a company that wants to provide daily savings as well as varied opportunities to help each member reach their financial goals. You’ll see all the news about upcoming new products, benefits, opportunities, meetings, conference calls and training times and dates. You’ll see why I chose this company as my vehicle of choice into a business of the 21st century. For a tour of the company go to e-verge.com/vridinc. It’s going to be a great place to watch the company grow as they realize the visions upon which this company was founded.
Not as much fun, however, as watching me. Americans always cheer for the underdog and you now have the perfect person for that role. My first page is ready and now … on to page two. Are you all fans of The Little Engine That Could? Well, my mantra, like the Little Engine is “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can”.
I learned to sky dive so that when I came upon difficult things in my life, I would always remember that if I could jump out of a perfectly good plane, I should be able to do nearly anything. Yes … computers and the internet qualify for “difficult things”.
Okay, page two, here I go. Out of the plane, on to the strut, arms up and back , thumb up … release… and I think I can, I THINK I CAN, I THINK I CAN.
See you tomorrow.
Thanks for coming,