Austin, Texas (PRWEB) February 05, 2012
"Research shows an increase in business startups during the recession," says Justin Douglas of Shoestring Publishing. "When people are facing the possibility of losing their job, suddenly it is appealing to be the boss and owner of the business where nobody can ever fire you." he says.
According to Bloomberg.com business intelligence reports, business startups are increasing in both the USA and Great Britain. The governments of both countries regard business startups as crucial to the strength of the economy.
Mr. Douglas says that there is a way to increase the success of a new startup business. "Statistically, most new businesses will fail, but our company Shoestring Publishing is right there for the business startup owners and we provide some crucial things that will help you succeed and be part of the success numbers," he says. "Shoestring Publishing courses provide these new startups a complete guide for the business they are starting, from people who have started that exact business, as well as extra bonus courses that cover startup accounting, startup legal issues, marketing, social media marketing on Twitter and Facebook, Credit Repair, and even books like Think And Grow Rich by Napolean Hill."
For more information, visit the Shoestring Publishing website.
About Shoestring Publishing
Shoestring Publishing is the premier online publisher of "extra income opportunities" that anyone can use to earn additional income. Unlike 99% of the so-called "opportunities" that promise to make millions overnight, the Shoestring Publishing mission is to show legitimate methods to earn a little extra income in a short period of time. Shoestring Publishing brings the very best in business startup courses to the public. They don't promise to make their students millionaires, but they do promise to show REAL strategies for earning extra cash that don't involve any special skills or a massive learning curve. All students need is an internet connection, an open mind and a willingness to learn.