Rochester, UK (PRWEB) November 11, 2005
“Most people who try to make money on the Internet start in the wrong place,” says David Ferrers, Principal of the new Online Money Academy.
The important lessons that any budding Internet entrepreneur has to learn are: how to find the right customers and how to attract them to a web site where you present them with a product that they want. It sounds simple when put like that and it really is, once you know how.
“You notice that we start with the audience that we want to attract and not with the product. Starting with the product is a major mistake that most people make. I know because I wasted a pile of money myself to learn this. It is just one of the reasons why I decided to launch The Online Money Academy. I don’t want other people to have to suffer the same learning agonies that I went through.”
An unusual point about the Academy is that they don’t issue people with certificates. They simply take their pupils by the hand and lead them step-by-easy-step through the process of building a basic commercial web site. At the end of the Diploma course each student will actually own a money making site.
The strategy is to demistify the processes of making money online which only a very few people master. You don’t have to be a tekkie with years of experience of building web sites to make money. Simple programs exist which allow anyone who can use basic computer software like Microsoft Word to build a web site.
The free diploma course takes students through the basic steps of finding an audience, selecting the right product to sell, building an effective one page web site and attracting visitors. The aim is to get each student making money online as quickly and easily as possible.
Once students have mastered the basics and got their confidence, they can go on to do the Degree and Masters courses. These free courses will help them build bigger and better web sites to increase their incomes.
“My aim is to get all of my students making money on the Internet. How much you make simply depends on how far you want to go. Whatever you decide we provide the course,” says Principal, David Ferrers.
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