That’s the least you need to start your own online business.Well, that’s what I started with and it doesn’t have to bedifferent with you.

In today’s Information Age, we are bless to have such wonderfulopportunities right at our fingertips. A brick and mortarbusiness can cost you thousands of dollars to get off the ground,where as an online business can cost you zero dollars to start.

There are many companies that you can sign up and sell theirproducts and services for a commission. They provide marketingtools, tracking software and product links all free of cost toyou. You can then market for free through classified ads,articles and forums.

At sometime you will realize that you will need to invest somemoney in your online business to help speed up it’s growth. Asthey say there is no free lunch, because all these stuff areavailable for free that does not means your success is also free.Your dollars will be well spent and will give you a moreprofessional appearance.

For example, I know webmasters that purchase domain names justto market their affiliate products. I have seen people like WillieCrawford published an article with a web link embedded in itwhich redirects you to This is clearly anaffiliate link presented in a professional format. And thatdomain may have cost Mr. Crawford just a few bucks.

Sorry if I have let any cat out of the bag but that’s the waythese people are making things happen. Here in my homeland ofJamaica, many are bewildered when I show them how easy it can befor them to start their own online business.

They are even more startled when they learn that they can set upa free website through Geocities or a free blog with Blogger andcreate a source of income. They can place pay per click ads oraffiliate links on them and make some mail box money.

With economies around the world so unstable, it is imperativethat you seek to create a stable source or multiple sources ofincome. And in today’s world the easiest way to do so is withyour own online business. All you need to start is a dollar inyour pocket and a dream.

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Nicholas Dixon is the owner of Oceanroc Classic Books. Visithis website to learn more about TheBlue Strategy of Sarah Jack