Williamsburg, VA (PRWEB) September 13, 2005
The Internet represents the greatest boon to mass communication on a shoestring budget ever known to mankind, and a growing number of non-technical people are using "mini-websites" to quickly create multiple streams of income on the Net.
"Gone are the days of needing a huge website costing thousands of dollars and taking months to create," says mini-site expert and syndicated newspaper columnist, Jim Edwards. "With a compelling offer, an in-demand product, and the right target audience, you'll get much better results with a one-page website than with a "traditional" site containing dozens, even hundreds of pages."
Edwards recently released "The Mini-Site Creator" home study course at http://www.minisitecreator.com to teach everyday people the methods he's used to create more than 2 dozen money making websites selling everything from e-books to software. He even sells a "typing tutorial" that promises to teach you how to become a touch typist in less than 2 weeks.
"Mini-sites" represent a dramatic shift in website design, especially for smaller "micro" entrepreneurs looking to set up part-time businesses on the Web. Instead of hiring a web designer to create a massive website costing thousands of dollars to produce, someone with a computer, Internet connection, and a little patience can set up their own one page website (mini-site) to sell their own product or someone else's for a sale commission. Mini-sites generally fall into 4 categories: sales letter mini-sites; newsletter mini-sites; affiliate showcase mini-sites; and research mini-sites.
"With the rising cost of gas, uncertain economic times, and a trend towards home-based business, a mini-site can generate extra income you set up quickly and run on "auto-pilot" 24 hours a day," claims Edwards, who also publishes http://www.TheNetReporter.com, a general interest Internet newspaper column. "The point is not to try getting rich off one site, but to set up a series of sites, almost like little online oil wells!"
Many of his students set up mini-sites to sell information products and software on such subjects as stock market tips, computer spreadsheet preparation, dog training, and even female body-building.
Edwards teaches anyone with basic computer knowledge the mechanical step-by-step process for creating each of the four main types of mini-sites in his course, the "Mini-Site Creator" at http://www.minisitecreator.com. He also offers a free hour-long audio entitled "Mini-Site Secrets" to anyone who visits his site.