Top critical review
Must-read for college-age entrepreneurs
on October 10, 2012
As the author of [...], I know a thing or two about financial info-products such as what makes them good, bad, worth buying and reading or just skipping past. This one is worth both your time and money.
Fox's philosophy is that you don't need to be a computer geek to set up an e-business, you just need to hire one. The costs for website services have gone down enough to be affordable for even the most shoestring budget. Fox also gives his recommendations for various services and software, although it is still extremely important to do one's own research.
It uses many stories to illustrate points and teach the skills, yet still manages to be very specific with his advice, and we like that here. The specific advice is on very important things like marketing on a small budget or none at all and choosing the right legal entity for you business, whether it should be incorporated, an LLC or something else.
The only negative is that the book was published back in 2006, so some of the advice is outdated.
Overall, a must read for Entrepreneurs. Three stars for Internet Riches. Bear in mind, I never give 5 star reviews, so three is more like a four.
Less Jargony: Yes
Specific and Detailed: Yes
Easy to Read: Yes
Will you learn something new: Yes