Can Anyone 'Really' Set Up Their Own Money-Making Websites Without A Web Designer... Or Is Making Money Online Just A Big Scam?

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With so much hype online about money-making scams, network marketing, and worthless 'get rich quick schemes,' itÂ?s hard for everyday people to know whether they really can make money on the Internet.

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 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, 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 He also offers a free hour-long audio entitled "Mini-Site Secrets" to anyone who visits his site.


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