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           Issue 142 : July 22, 2017

           Sent to 12,624 Opt-In Subscribers

            Editor: Elena Fawkner
            Publisher: AHBBO Publishing
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          IN THIS ISSUE

        1.     Welcome and Update from Elena
        2.     Home Business Idea of the Week
        3.     Feature Article - The Lure of Easy Money
        4.     Surveys and Trends
        5.     Success Quote of the Week
        7.     Subscription Management
        9.     Contact Information


        1.     Welcome and Update from Elena

        Hello again and a warm welcome to all the new subscribers
        who have joined us since the last issue.

        This week's article was prompted by yet another deluge of
        get rich quick offers in my mailbox this weekend.  "The
        Lure of Easy Money" shows that just because 98% of
        the world's population appears to be touting some GRQS
        (get rich quick sheme) or another, the competition you
        face in your own online business is surprisingly little.

        As always, thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy this
        week's issue.

        Remember, AHBBO is for YOU!  If you have comments or
        suggestions for topics you would like to see addressed, or
        would just like to share your experiences with other
        subscribers, I want to hear from you.  Please send
        comments, questions and stories to Contact By Email .


        2.     Home Business Idea of the Week - Reunion Organizer

        Ever tried to organize a class reunion? If you have, then you
        know what a headache it is to track everybody down, issue
        invitations, process responses, organize the function room,
        catering and entertainment. Who has the time, right?

        Here's where you can come in. If you're a born organizer and
        enjoy dealing with people, why not set up shop as a reunion

        As a reunion organizer, you can do much more than just
        organize class reunions. How about family reunions, company
        reunions and wartime reunions?

        The process is pretty much the same in all cases. Obviously
        you need to be given a list of prospective attendees by your
        client and as much information as they have about their
        whereabouts as possible but from thereon in, you can take the
        ball and run with it. The greatest challenge, of course, will be
        in tracking everyone down so you need to be part detective
        to do well in this business.

        Because some reunions will be easier to organize than others
        (there may be fewer attendees, or you may be given a reasonably
        complete, up to date list of attendees' addresses) you may want
        to charge for your services on an hourly basis. If you do decide
        to charge a set fee for your time, though, do so based on ranges,
        for example, $500 for up to 20 attendees, $1,000 for 20 - 40,
        $1,500 for 40-60 and so on. Then add on your expenses such as
        telephone calls, postage, faxes etc.. Payments for caterers,
        entertainment and venue should be paid directly by the client.

        Charge more or less depending on the services that you provide.
        For example, if you will also be arranging travel and accommodation
        for out of town attendees, factor that time into your costs as well.

        To generate custom, target alumni associations (for class
        reunions), genealogy associations (for family reunions), returned
        service personnel organizations (for wartime reunions) etc. and
        advertise in publications that reach these groups.


        This is just one of over 130 ideas from the new "Practical
        Home Business Ideas From AHBBO" e-book.  Find out more at
        home business ideas .


        3.     Feature Article:  The Lure of Easy Money

        © 2017 Elena Fawkner

        You might be forgiven for thinking that competition is
        fierce if you run an online business.  After all, every
        day - day in, day out - you, me and everyone else is
        constantly bombarded by offers from every man and
        his dog for various programs that promise us the means
        to earn an income from home. 

        After a while, of course, you begin to recognize that
        these programs are not worth the paper they're written
        on and the people pushing them are little more than con
        artists (or worse).

        A common theme in all of these offers is the lack of effort
        required to begin making a significant income.  Witness all
        the "Make money while you sleep!", "We do all the work!",
        "$3,000 per week for two hours work!", "Big money, no
        experience required!" subject lines in your inbox this

        The reason these types of offers are so prevalent, of
        course, is that the notion of something for nothing is
        seductive.  Who on earth in their right mind would actually
        choose to spend 40 hours per week working for $80,000 per
        year when they can earn the same amount working only 2
        hours each week?  No one.  The only problem is, working 2
        hours a week and making $80K isn't going to happen unless
        that two hours is spent managing your multi-million dollar
        portfolio.  And even then you'd most likely be spending
        more than a lousy couple of hours a week. 

        Common sense tells us that this must be so.  But common
        sense is a rare commodity in the real world and even rarer
        when it comes to anything to do with the Internet, an
        unreal world if ever there was one.

        There are a LOT of people running so-called "Internet
        businesses".  A goodly proportion of these people are the
        ones touting the aforementioned "bizopp" pipedreams.  This
        is good news for you, believe it or not.  Why?  Because,
        despite how it may sometimes seem, your REAL competition
        is relatively small in number.  After all, if 98% of those doing
        business online are unsuccessful (and promoting get rich quick
        schemes is the best way I know to make it into that elite
        group of 98 percenters), that leaves the field wide open for
        the 2% who are actually prepared to do some real work.

        So don't for a minute think that the Internet playing
        field is all sown up.  It isn't.  All that buzzing in the
        background is the little kids down the other end of the
        field playing make-believe.  There's still plenty of room
        to run on the field with the real players.

        So, accept the fact that there's no such thing as something
        for nothing and you really are going to have to work for a
        living after all.  Then create something original which meets
        the needs of one or more target markets and get to work. 

        There's plenty of room for you on the field and plenty of
        trophies to go around.  You just have to keep your eye on
        the ball.


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        4.     Surveys and Trends

        © 2017 Ryanna's Hope


        => 30 YEARS OF EMAIL!

        Ray Tomlinson gave society one of the greatest
        communication tools in history. He invented email back in
        1971 -- essentially fostering global business communication
        and turning the Internet into a digital kitchen table for far-
        flung family members.

        Q: How do you see email evolving? What will it look like 10
        years from now?

        A: If it doesn't get killed off from spam, it probably won't be
        a lot different. You may see it more closely integrated with
        other forms of communication, though, like instant messaging.
        Once email is answered, you could continue the conversation
        more immediately, like with instant messaging. Simultaneous
        correspondence is a lot better than a few emails in a few

        Or maybe you'll get an email and press a button and make a
        phone call... not with Verizon, but over the Internet. People
        would like more seamless interaction between the tools. They
        don't like being in a particular mode and having to switch to
        another. I want to specify what I want to do. I don't care
        how it happens ...

        Bandwidth will go up. DSL is becoming more common. Cable
        modems are more common. Technology there will improve
        those services.


        The number of unsolicited commercial electronic messages
        received by the average American in 2001 was 571, according
        to Jupiter Media Metrix. By 2017, Jupiter says, that number
        will increase to 1,400, with more than 206 billion spam messages
        going out over the course of the year. While these numbers are
        notoriously difficult to calculate, every survey and ISP record
        points to dramatic increases in spam, sometimes as much as 300
        percent year over year.


        As for geography, it comes as no surprise that Alaska, with a
        widely dispersed population, high Internet penetration and a
        frigid winter climate led U.S. states with 305 orders per 1,000
        people, followed by New Hampshire (296 orders per 1,000
        people). The warmer southern states were the biggest online
        shopping laggards during the 2001 holiday season.

        BizRate's research also matched a study from the Pew Internet
        & American Life Project when it came to the number of women
        who did their holiday shopping online in 2001. According to
        BizRate, 56 percent of orders were placed by women (the Pew
        study put the percentage of women at 58 percent). Just three
        years ago, BizRate found only 39 percent of online orders were
        placed by women. When it came to last-minute online shopping,
        men were more active. The last weekend prior to Christmas
        found 53 percent of online orders placed by men, BizRate found.

        Traffic to specialty gifts sites nearly tripled right before the
        Christmas holiday, as last-minute shoppers scrambled to find
        that perfect gift, whereas big-ticket items such as computer
        hardware and consumer electronics saw a rush of surfers earlier
        on in the season.

        Four categories peaked during the week ending December 9, as
        toys and games, value-oriented sites, apparel and the virtual
        department stores categories drew many shoppers who wanted
        to beat the shipping deadlines.


        How important is responding to customers? According to a
        November 2001 Jupiter Consumer Survey, 57 percent of those
        polled said that the speed of a retailer's response to customer
        service e-mail inquiries would affect their decision to make
        future purchases from the particular Web site. Even worse,
        Jupiter analysts have found that the impact of poor customer
        service online cascades across channels. The survey found
        that 53 percent of consumers said they would be less likely to
        buy again from a retailer's offline store if they had an
        unsatisfying experience with the online store. Only a mere
        three percent of consumers surveyed indicated that online
        service would not affect their future purchases or that they
        would continue to buy from the merchant regardless of price.


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        5.     Success Quote of the Week

        A common pitfall on the path of excellence is an overemphasis
        on comparing our progress with others. While competition can
        be a tremendous tool for stretching ourselves to new heights,
        too often it causes a lack of perspective.
          --  Michael Gelb and Tony Buzan


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