Self-employment gurus Paul and Sarah Edwards have updated their popular Working from Home series with a new edition of Making Money with Your Computer at Home: The Inside Information You Need to Know to Select and Operate a Full-Time, Part-Time, or Add-On Business That's Right for You
. Focusing on the publishing, health, finance, music, and design industries, they describe 100 viable computer-oriented home-based enterprises in part 1 and include resources for further information. In part 2, they explain how to use computers to manage finances, fulfill administrative duties, complete marketing chores, and perform other tasks.
From Library Journal
The Edwardses, noted for their books on home-based businesses ( The Best Home Businesses for the Nineties , LJ 11/15/91), have added another to in their "Working from Home" series. With their usual thoroughness, they have compiled profiles of 75 home- and computer-based businesses, all relying on the computer to generate and operate the business. Each business is rated for its type, income potential, ease of entry, and as an add-on business to existing businesses. There are sections on helping one decide which business is best; on using the computer to manage accounting, administrative tasks, and marketing; and on using on-line databases to locate customers, collect money, and find information to help one compete more effectively. All who have gained valuable advice from the authors' previous books will want to add this one to their reading list. Recommended for public libraries.- Loraine F. Sweetland, Rebok Memorial Lib., Silver Spring, Md.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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