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           A Home-Based Business Online
          October 9

            Editor: Elena Fawkner
          Publisher: AHBBO Publishing
           Contact By Email


           IN THIS ISSUE
          1.   Welcome and Update from the Editor
          2.   Home Business Idea of the Week - Herb and Spice
          3.   Online Business Idea of the Week - Menu Planner
          4.   Article - Mind Your Manners
          5.   Telecommuting Openings
          6.   Guest Article - No Matter How You Slice It ...
           Spam is Spam!
          7.   Freebies
          8.   This Week's Web Site Pick
          9.   Subscription Management
          10.  Contact Information


        1.  Welcome and Update from the Editor
        Hello again and a warm welcome to all new subscribers!

        This week's guest article is written by fellow subscriber
        Susan Jackson.  Susan gives us all a salutary warning
        about the dangers of spam.  If you're new to internet
        marketing, pay close attention to what Susan has to say.
        She has a message that cannot be repeated often enough.
        Thanks Susan!

        Remember, this newsletter 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

        See you all again next week.

        2. Home Business Idea of the Week - Herb and Spice Business
        Grow, process and sell fresh, preserved and dried herbs
        such as dill, basil, cumin, celery seed and cilantro

        To be successful in the herb and spice business, grow things
        that do well in your area -- that you have adequate
        facilities and room for. Of course, you can expand the list
        of possibilities with a greenhouse and various climate
        control devices, plus soil manipulation. At the least you
        will probably need a small greenhouse (or hot frame) to
        start your plants and perhaps a screened area for growing
        and/or drying that is secure from insects and other pests.

        Not only can you market plants and seeds as individual
        items, but there is also a lucrative market in blends of
        herbs and spices.  Fortunes have been made with these!

        Full report:

        There are many more home-based business ideas like this at
        with more being added
        all the time.


        3. Online Business Idea of the Week - Menu Planner
        Have you ever tried to lose weight?  If so, you know that
        one of the greatest challenges is adhering to a calorie-
        controlled program while still enjoying the good things in
        life.  A good imagination goes a long way.  Why not put
        your experience to good use by creating menu plans for
        people seeking to reduce their weight?

        This is an ideal business to run on the internet.  Do your
        nutritional research and put together a few basic menu plans
        for different daily calorie levels.  You may consider 1,000,
        1,500, 2,000, 2,500 and so on.  Also include variations to
        cater for special dietary requirements such as vegetarianism,
        non-dairy etc..

        Full report: http://www.shelteredturtle.com/menuplanner.html


        There are many more online business ideas like this at
        with more being added
        all the time.


        4. Article - Mind Your Manners
        By Elena Fawkner

        If you subscribe to several business-related newsletters,
        you will probably have noticed a lot of people recently
        writing about the lack of professionalism displayed by some
        internet entrepreneurs and expressing the concern that the
        conduct of these individuals is jeopardising the good name
        and reputation of the rest of us trying to make an honest
        living in this brave new world.

        As you are no doubt aware, ecommerce is coming under the
        increasing scrutiny of government regulators right around
        the world.  Those factions in favour of regulating the
        internet are getting up a head of steam because of the
        seemingly increasing prevalence of internet scamsters and
        the general lack of professionalism displayed by some
        internet entrepreneurs.

        Much has already been, and will continue to be, written
        about unethical business practices ranging from the annoying
        (such as spam) to the more serious, such as credit card
        fraud.  What I would like to focus on is an aspect of
        professionalism ... courtesy ... and the way we deal with
        one another in our businesses.

        As you may or may not know, from time to time I accept free
        advertising in this ezine in addition to paid ads and ad
        swaps where I have the room.  I usually only have a couple
        of ad spots (if any) available after my ad deadline so I
        certainly can't place all the free ad submissions I receive.
        So, who gets in and who doesn't?  Well, let me put it this
        way.  Your chances are much better if you actually ask.

        Recently I have begun receiving a disturbing number of
        emails with "free ad" in the subject line and the text of an
        ad in the body.  Nothing else.  I assume these people think
        I am so desperate for advertisers to fill up my ad space
        that I will be grateful for the huge favor they do me by
        submitting their ad.  WRONG!  On both counts.

        New policy effective immediately: anyone who sends me an
        email like that is guaranteed one response and one response
        only.  My index finger on the delete key.

        Now, thankfully, most people seeking a free ad are courteous
        and professional in their approach.  Here's an example from
        just this morning:

        >Hi Elena, I am a new subscriber to A Home-Based Business
        >Online.  I would appreciate your running my ad when
        >space is available.  Thank you.

        You guessed it ... the person who wrote me this email has a
        free ad in this issue.

        Please and thank you.  They open doors.  Even on the
        internet.  Especially on the internet.

        Small point?  Maybe.  But it's symptomatic of a certain
        attitude and approach to doing business.  The root cause of
        the lack of professionalism we so often encounter as
        internet entrepreneurs is, at least in part, the anonymous
        nature of internet commerce.  No one need ever know our true
        identity if we choose to keep it hidden.

        It's kind of like the mentality you see evidence of when
        driving.  As drivers, we are anonymous.  We don't know the
        person in the car behind or ahead and will never see them
        again.  Would we give the too-slow driver in the car ahead
        an angry blast of the horn if that person was someone we
        knew?  Someone we worked with?  A business acquaintance?  I
        doubt it.

        The reason some people feel free to be so rude and
        aggressive on the roads is the same reason these (I'd be
        willing to bet, SAME) people behave this way on the internet.
        No-one holds them to account.  We all hit our delete keys
        and move on.  People have come to EXPECT to encounter rude
        and aggressive drivers on the road.  They have also,
        unfortunately, come to expect this behavior on the internet.

        Each one of us has a role to play in reducing this attack
        on the professionalism of our businesses.  By setting high
        standards for ourselves and looking for those same qualities
        in those with whom we do business, whether they be
        advertisers in our newsletters, resellers of our programs,
        whatever, and refusing to do business with those who aren't
        professional, we all make a valuable incremental
        contribution to increasing the level of professionalism in
        internet entrepreneurship.


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        A young human resources/compensation consulting firm based
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        research, interacting with clients, and assisting in
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        Must have at least six months of human resources experience,
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        -> Computer Training
        OhNowIgetIt.com is now accepting applications for on-line
        tutors.  As an on-line tutor you will assist students from
        home using your personal computer (via our web site) and
        help grade level students 6 through 12 with homework
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        6. Guest Article - No Matter How You Slice It ... Spam is
        by Susan Jackson

        This article is especially meant for "newbies" to hopefully
        save them the embarrassment of making the mistake I did.

        Allow me to relate to you a personal story of what happened
        to me when I first dipped my toes into the uncertain waters
        of internet marketing.  Of course I "knew" that as long as
        I had a product connected to a website all I had to do was
        place a few free classified ads and the money would come
        rolling in!  Right?  Wrong!

        To my surprise I found there were thousands of people
        posting free ads. "Wow!" I thought. A virtual gold mine of
        prospects. Why not just email them my sales letter?  After
        all, weren't they looking for a way to make money just like
        me? I'm sure they would love to hear about my offer. I'll
        just send them a personal letter.

        To say I was naive would be kind.  Stupid, more accurate!

        That day, suddenly and without warning, I learned the true
        meaning of "spam" and "flame".  Very shortly after sending
        my ad to an unsuspecting prospect I received an immediate
        response. And not exactly what I was expecting!

        My heart began to pound and my face turned red as I read
        those acid words of recrimination. "Spam!" they cried.
        "Your ISP has been notified". I was mortified! They were

        I quickly sent an apology claiming "newbie" in my defense.
        Fortunately, they never really did notify my ISP.  Nor
        did I ever spam again. I learn quickly!

        Another thing. This one really bugs me. Don't be deceived
        into thinking that by adding some clever little note at the
        end of your letter you're off the hook. The following is a
        recent example of exactly what I'm talking about:

        This Is A Compliant, No Spam, Letter with Remove-Ability
           If you have no interest in an Income Value of this
           nature just reply with "No Thank You Marge" in the
           Subject or click on the (mailto) and send a blank

        HOGWASH!  Her letter was spam in the purest form.  Actually
        I find it quite rude of her to impose on my valuable time
        expecting me to send her an email so she won't spam me

        Oh, and the best is when at the very top of the spam letter
        in all caps they write "THIS IS NOT SPAM".  How stupid!
        Hellooo ... is this a red flag?  My mouse immediately clicks
        on delete.  Thanks for the warning!

        IT! PERIOD.  Any questions?

        Today I am the happy owner of a thriving internet business
        that offers a terrific business opportunity and sells the
        top money-making products and services on the net today.

        After many, many  hours of reading and research I have
        learned to promote my business using ethical and
        professional practices.

        This means I place well written ads in informative ezines
        such as the one you are now reading, as well as using many
        other advertising venues.

        The only people I send information to are those who ask for
        it ... and ask they do, daily by the hundreds.  Internet
        marketing can be fun, exciting and profitable when done the
        right way and you take the time to learn it.

        Happy Marketing!

        Susan Jackson
        Apollo Internet Services


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        9.  Subscription Management

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        10.  Contact Information

        Elena Fawkner, Editor
        A Home-Based Business Online
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