Newbizbuilding

Friday, July 29, 2005

Newbizbuilding



Hi, Paul Clarkson here.

As you may know, I'm a fan of Jay Abraham and I've recently launched my new site Newbizbuilding.com. Like any good business the site is growing and will continue to do so -- but talking of good business...

Are You wanting to start an online business, but don't know what, where, or how? -- Then take advantage of the knowledge I have gained...let me help you to start with the right ideas.

Are You reluctant to pay for more "expert advice" or "tools" that probably wont help? -- Let me empower you with the lessons I've learned and my huge list of resources (most of them free).

Are You dismayed and dejected by your results from schemes that others seem to have success with? -- Do you want to ask questions, make contacts, turn things round? -- Did you answer "Yes"?

Then I want to help you find your way... I urge you to visit and subscribe to the NBB Newsletter.

Visit Newbizbuilding.com

You'll get access to all previous newsletters with their free resources/downloads. PLUS... meet up in the "Members Lounge".

Downloads such as Jay Abraham's "Windfall Report" and Paul Short's "The Bloggers Edge" -- two superb e-books -- and much more to come!

You wont be bombarded with lengthy e-mails trying to sell you something every day.

I know what that's like. I've joined scores of "pushy" newsletters myself... I hate repetitive spam. You can choose to visit the newbizbuilding newsletter (some call it an e-zine) and meet up in the lounge... or one-click to automatically unsubscribe.

Whether your business is new, established, online or offline, discover new strategies, resources, and income streams, with minimal - or even zero up-front costs.

Thursday, July 21, 2005

MY VISION FOR NEWBIZBUILDING

As you know, this is a new site and I haven’t actually made any profit from it yet. I did say on the main site that it will take time before I start to see any income.

Now that I’ve finished building the site, I can turn my attention to my business plans.

Initially, income will be very little as I help people for free, but I expect it to snowball as recommendations come in.

I’m a great believer in the philosophy of “giving before you can receive”, so I will always give as much as I can. Eventually, those I help will reciprocate.

Perhaps they’ll pay to advertise on the site, allow me to review and sell their products/services, or even better invite me to join up with them. There are many possibilities. My aim is to ethically create multiple small, but exponentially increasing, streams of income for myself that anyone can copy - and avoid the “one-product roller-coaster”, or “all-or-nothing” syndromes.

Obviously, with more diversity among our members, the better this strategy will work for us all. For that reason, it helps if we all spread the word.

Behind the scenes, I’ve already given a couple of people some free business ideas. They may come forward one day to tell, but I’ll leave it to them.

Throughout the site, and in the same way I hope others will do for me, I’m endorsing only the people/products/services that helped me and can - in turn - help you.

An example is Annamarketing’s e-book “Forget-the-Hype”. Anna is not as well known as some, but her reputation is growing. Ok, if you order the full book through my free version I get a commission, but I’ve read it and think it’s definitely worthy. You only have to read the free version to see what a great help it can be to newcomers.

So, if you buy it and learn from it, it profits me, it profits Anna, and then help yourself even further by promoting it on your site and make the same commission. I think sales will grow and if it becomes a hit, we all win.

Similarly with my newsletter’s affiliate link to Keiron’s Betterwebspace… quality and affordable hosting service for users and another small income for me through the link. Quality will be my by-word, so there will be a limit on the number of adverts per newsletter and only those I endorse.

At the other end of the spectrum is Jay Abraham. Until now, he’s worked mainly off-line, but is turning his attentions to the online scene. He’s guiding me and I like his ideas (multiple streams of income is one), therefore I’m promoting his products.

I have many other ideas and projects that will be revealed over time, and they will either be repeatable for profit, or invaluable aids for you.

Paul.

Sunday, July 17, 2005

THE FIRST NEWSLETTER IS READY!

Visit http://www.newbizbuilding.com and subscribe to get the FREE password-protected NBB Newsletter and get access to the "Members Lounge".

You wont be bombarded with lengthy e-mails trying to sell you something every day.

I know what that's like. I've joined scores newsletters like that myself and still receive around 30 of them. You can choose to visit the newsletter and lounge pages... or automatically unsubscribe.

However:

If you're thinking of a start up or improving your established business, my connection with the famous Mr. Jay Abraham... well, I'll tell you more later!

Thursday, July 14, 2005

I'M NOT A GURU SO I HAVE TO WORK HARDER FOR YOU!

If you visit http://www.newbizbuilding.com you'll see the work I've put in to the first few pages, but the only way you'll really find out is to subscribe to my newsletter.

The first "proper" FREE newsletter is just about ready for release and when you subscribe, you'll receive an e-mail giving your password to gain access.

From the newsletter, you'll also be able to join in the FREE and interactive "Members Lounge" where all subscribers can post their comments.

So, I urge you to go to http://www.newbizbuilding.com/ NOW to subscribe before I pull the plug.

To OUR Success,
Paul.

Friday, June 24, 2005

Progress of www.newbizbuilding.com

I've been working hard to get the above site under way. The initial design was easy enough, but I was using a new host and found some differences to what I had been used to.

I managed to upload the site, but then I needed to sort out the mailing list programmes. I found a free one that has worked well for others, but wouldn't you know it - I had all sorts of problems. The complexity of Dreamweaver (used to build the site) didn't help, with templates seeming to jump directories when I wasn't looking!

A good friend helped me install the mailing list software, and we had it working fine - until a template did a runner! I managed to settle things down again to a certain extent, but it wasn't quite right. I'd already discovered a couple of silly mistakes, and then I found the final one -- a backward slash where a forward slash was needed!!!

Maybe - just maybe - it's gonna be ok now. I've added a few bits and bobs for visitors to soak up and then on to the next stage... whatever THAT is!

Well, I think it's time for a break now... cheers!

Monday, June 20, 2005

First Posting

Ok, anyone who's seen my "newbizbuilding" web site and followed the link to this blogspot will be looking for info on how to set up a blog. If you haven't seen my site, right click on this link and select "Open in new window" http://www.newbizbuilding.com

Well putting this together was as easy as falling off a (b)log! Just take a little care over the blog title to make sure it reflects your web site. Pick one of the pretty templates out, but look carefully at the layout of them. Some may be more difficult to use than others, but don't worry, just play around with things and you'll get the hang of it.

The blog URL is also important. I wanted to just type in "newbizbuilding", but the name was taken! I wonder if someone saw my web site name and decided to nick it for a blog before I got here. That's the reason I typed in newbizbuilding-dotcom as part of the URL. A bit too lengthy for my liking.

Now I'm going to add a link to my site.

Phew! Alright I've added my links in the right column of the template (www.newbizbuilding.com, payless4-things.com, and a link to my Classic Daimler hobby site - for anyone interested).

For anyone who wants to do that, knowing a little HTML is useful. I know bits and pieces and have links to some free tutorials, but it's a topic I will go into in more depth in one of my web sites newsletters. Now I'm going to "Ping" my web site.

What's that all about? Well, it helps to get my new web site recognized by the search engines - more in my opt-in newsletters from my web site.

TTFN,
Paul