NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 19, 2005
More and more entrepreneurial minded college students are beginning to take the risk in starting their own business, either on the Internet or on the streets, even before they finish school. Very few of those young entrepreneurs succeed with their plans and ideas; most of them fail. The ratio of success and failure is not uncommon for the general group of entrepreneurs.
A college student, Anthony Bae from Stony Brook University, who also considers himself as an online entrepreneur, has started out his 'entrepreneurial' career as an eBay seller. He moved up by creating his own affiliated website. Bae has experienced many difficulties in getting the exposure he needed to make enough sales to justify the money spent on advertising as an affiliate, so he came up with an idea of helping other small and medium size merchants who are experiencing the same difficulties as he did.
Bae has pursued his dream by investing his time and money in creating a business plan and developing a site to create a worry-free advertising environment for all merchants. No matter how much time and effort he put into developing a solid business plan, Bae has encountered unforeseen obstacles that have eventually caused a major setback for his career.
Although Bae has not been too successful with his business idea, he claims to have gained "expensive, yet valuable lessons" that he wouldn't have learned without taking action in starting up and running his own online business. Now Bae wants to share his experience and the lessons that he has learned from his entrepreneurial career with other young rising entrepreneurs, who are thinking of pursuing to start their own business online.
By launching http://www.ImBae.net , Bae hopes that other online entrepreneurs will read and learn to avoid obstacles that he has personally faced, and at the same time, learn what he has learned from the mistakes that he has made, and save their money and time.
Although Bae's first attempt was unsuccessful, he has found a new way to pursue his dream of helping small and medium size merchants, as well as for all rising online entrepreneurs.
"One can always learn from their mistakes, but it doesn't hurt to learn from the mistakes that other experienced entrepreneurs have made. Why make the same mistake twice when one is already enough?"
For more information, please visit http://www.ImBae.net
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