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Which Internet Company Provides the Best Opportunity for Beginners?

With their low start up costs and easy access, internet home based businesses have paved the way to easy riches for many individuals. EDC Diamond is one of the best known companies on the internet and claims to have created more people making five and six figure incomes per month than all their direct competitors combined. This may be true, but is EDC Diamond the best opportunity for beginning internet marketers?

I know you’ve seen the pictures of millionaires lying on the beach or standing next to a shiny exotic sports car that costs more than most people’s homes. A lot of people are making a lot of money on the internet, but it would be foolish to think that everybody can make a fortune starting an internet business. The truth is some people are just not suited to start and operate their own business and not every opportunity on the internet can provide a solid path to riches.

My feeling is that given the right opportunity, most people can make a very solid income online and some of those people will make fortunes. The money is there right before your eyes. The real secret is there is no secret. Like any other business, making money on the internet requires training. You have to know what you are doing. You can join a company that provides the training or you can spend months or years trying to learn it on your own. Other than lottery winners, nobody has become rich overnight in any business. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that you can start today and have millions by next week. If you are a beginner you need training.

I’m sure you don’t want just any training right? You want the best training. You want training from someone that has made millions, right? You want someone to show you exactly what they did to make those millions. Step by step. You want to see their system. You need a company that provides the training for you as long as you need it. Not for a week or a month, but forever. Ok, so you want training. What are you going to do with your training? You’re going to need a product, right?

You don’t want just any product…you want the best product. You want something that can make you a lot of money. You want something that everyone uses. It definitely should have a high profit margin. You don’t want to sell 1,000 units to make $70. What about storage and shipping? Do you want to fill your garage with inventory or with shiny new cars? I think we all know the answer to that. So, you want a product that you don’t have to store, makes you a lot of money and that everyone uses. You want software. You are using it right now, it can be easily downloaded directly off the internet so you don’t have to store it and once you own it with resale rights you can sell it as many times as you want without paying another penny. You’ve found the perfect product…now what?

I really can’t believe I’ve made it this far without talking about how you’re going to get paid. Isn’t that why you want to start your own internet business…to get paid? I mean sure you get to set your own hours, don’t have to commute, don’t have to wear that shirt and tie anymore and you get to kiss your boss goodbye. Those things are nice, but you can’t fool me…I know it’s the money you want. Now, would you rather join a company that lets you keep all your hard earned commissions or a company that takes 40% from you? I think we know the answer to that question, but if you said 40% go back to your job now. You want to choose the company with the best compensation plan in the business. Pick a company that makes you the most money on your first sale and every sale after that. Speaking of sales, are you any good?

You’ve picked the company with the best training, the best product and the highest pay. Now you just have to sell. I know you don’t like to sell; I don’t like to sell either. In fact, its one of my least favorite things. Not only do I dislike it, I’m really bad at it. Unless you were raised on a used car lot chances are you’re not very good at selling either. Wow, it sure would be nice if you could make a bunch of money without selling anything. That would be crazy wouldn’t it… somebody else sells, but you keep all the money. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a multi-million dollar earner closing all your sales for you? Somebody that not only likes to sell, but is really good at it? What if David Dubbs, one of the most successful people on the internet, personally closed all you sales? I think it’s crazy, but there is one company out there doing it right now. That company is EDC Diamond.

I think we may have figured out the answer to our question. EDC Diamond provides you with unlimited expert training including 12 hours a week live training with the most up to date information from experts that are making thousands every day. They have the best compensation plan in the business which allows you to keep 100% of what you earn. And, they have one of the absolute best salesmen in the business closing all your prospects for you. The answer is YES… EDC Diamond is the best internet opportunity for beginners. No wonder they are rated as the #1 internet home based business. Why would you choose any less than the best?

For more information on how EDC Diamond can help you reach your goals please visit our website.

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Small Business Administration Jobs

In 2002, there were approximately 23 million small businesses in the United States according to the US SBA (Small Business Administration). Small businesses have now come to play a vital role in the US economy creating over two-thirds of new private sector jobs. Small businesses also employ more than half of all workers and account for more than half of the output of the economy. In fact small businesses represent more than 99.7 percent of all employers, pay 44.5 percent of the total US private payroll and generate 60 to 80 percent of net new jobs annually.


The SBA defines a small business as an independent business having fewer than 500 employees. However this is standard varies from industry to industry and firms who wish to be designated as a small business must meet standards specified by the SBA Office of Size Standards.

When most people think of small businesses the first thing that comes to mind is a small firm with few employees. However this perception of a small business is completely wrong. Many small businesses are actually quite large with a number of employees working in different administrative, clerical and executive positions. Small businesses range from an import/export company to a web designing firm to an online merchant account.


Small business administration jobs

Small businesses offer many types and forms of jobs from administrative posts to entry level positions. Working in a small business can be a great advantage as it:

* Offers frequent contact with top and higher level management.
* Gives employees a greater sense of personal involvement.
* Leads to broader work experience.
* Provides better opportunities for on the job learning.
* Provides jobs more tailor made to persons talents.
* Provides faster promotion and personal growth opportunities.

Some small business administrative jobs include:

* Data Entry Clerks

Data Entry Clerks are sometimes called database administrators as well. They play a key position in a small business organization and are primarily responsible for updating, maintaining and retrieving information especially in computer systems. They also transfer paper-based records and information into a spreadsheet or database. The basic work of a data entry clerk involves entering details of new clients; maintaining a client database, transferring paper-based results to a computer; and so on. Data entry clerks are employed in sales and marketing organizations, banking firms, medical organizations and educational institutions.


* Receptionists

Receptionists mainly deal with members of the public, who could be prospective or current clients, or visitors of a small business. Their main job entails providing front desk customer support with answers to queries, and directing visitors/clients to the person they need to see. Receptionists also organize appointments and take bookings as well as keep the reception area tidy, organize reading material and provide refreshments. In smaller firms with not many clientele receptionists also perform a wider range of tasks such as answering the switchboard, take messages, dealing with telephone enquiries, and doing some basic clerical work. They may also handle petty cash and do simple bookkeeping.


* Secretaries/Administrative Assistants

Secretaries are sometimes known as administrative assistants especially in small businesses where their job descriptions overlap one another. They provide administrative support to one or more people in an organization. Though their duties and responsibilities vary according to an employer, their main duties include: using word processors, spreadsheets and databases, answering the telephone, dealing with public enquiries, making appointments and keeping diaries, preparing and distributing papers, documents and files for meetings as well as taking minutes of a meeting, dealing with all incoming and outgoing mail, drafting letters and other essential documents, transcribing important confidential information and maintaining a filing system for the entire office or department. Well-qualified secretaries, can compile accounts, control budgets and present reports.


* Executive Assistants
Executive Assistants usually provide direct support to the Chief Executive of a company and executive staff members. They ensure that CEO remains organized and informed at all times. An executive assistant handles confidential company information as well as manages executive calendars and complex travel arrangements. They interact with high profile clients and corporate executives and co-ordinate company meetings and events.


* Other essential duties and responsibilities include:

o Providing executive administrative assistance to CEOs and executive staff.
o Managing, arranging and scheduling meetings, conference calls and web conferences, as well as making business travel arrangements.
o Composing memos and office correspondence as well as proofreading all forms of communication, and maintaining confidential documents.
o Composes and assists with presentation materials.
o Creates and maintains database spreadsheet files and reports.
o Maintains and creates Confidential Disclosure Agreements.
o Provides investor relations support; distributing press releases and coordinates and compiles literature for meetings and conferences.


* Operations Manager

An operations manager is involved in the day to day management of a small business, when the CEO or GM is not available. Their key responsibilities include; supervisory duties of the entire office staff, maintaining personnel records and confidential files, supervising daily office business when the CEO is unavailable, and so forth. Operations managers are also involved in purchasing, hiring, training and quality control in a company. Their job description varies with each industry; however they work in close contact with the CEO or GM of a company and are usually involved in work policy formulation, salary issues, and manage the day-to-day activities necessary to operate an effective business.

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