Of course, there’s a lot of programs out there that will teach you how to work effectively online. What Richard’s has done is start with the basics – from uploading files, handling zips, to (eventually) setting up a domain name and site, to even how to get traffic, and what to set up (and how) for managing your time.
If you’re running site after site, you’ll probably find this kind of training unneeded. But congratulations – you represent a small market. Richard’s website says that 95% of the people on the Internet need to know the basics – and I’m inclined to agree.
As dyed-in-the-wool geeks, ‘we’ have no problem with IP addresses, POP3, and other cryptic acronyms. Of course, our knowledge translates into income, since people who are busy with other things pay us to avoid the steep learning curve.
But Richard’s course helps with that. After going through it, I feel that a real beginner on the Internet has a fighting chance to get things done – and even if he or she doesn’t want to set up their own website, I think the knowledge gained will make it easier to figure out what they do want – always a key to saving money when shopping out work.
But enough from me – if you’re looking for an inexpensive and informative ‘top-to-bottom’ online business course, go over to Richard’s page and check it out.