At this time of recession, it’s ironic that one of the fastest growing money-makers are people with a startup business. Writing e-books, blogging, and launching online businesses are all the rage these days and it seems like 1 in every 10 parent I meet has got a startup business. People always say everyone has got a book in them – and this may be the case. But nowadays it seems that everyone has got a business in them too! Many of us start our business and fail. Many go on to be quite successful and even move on to teaching others how to start their own business like this incorporate company in Hong Kong
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I think the key to all of these elements is to have the right people helping you. I’m an author, and I’m very good at what I do. However, when it comes to website coding and design; or building up my own business from scratch, I’m a small fish swimming in a very huge lake.
I’ve been recently toying with the idea of getting an online partner, someone who’s not a writer, but who’s able to fix a problem on one of my blogs in the click of a finger. I saw the company formation in Hong Kong on the Internet which will help you with things like registering your online, company formation etc. My blog needs something like this because I’m ready to hit a higher deck where writing and blogging is concerned. Please let me know if you’ve used anyone affordable.
I've come to the realisation that I'm not cut out for tech stuff. This hit me towards the end of last year because while my writing has gone from strength to strength, my technical skills (or lack thereof) are at a standstill. My mind bends with all the stuff I've read online and I need some help.