Stanton, California (PressExposure) August 08, 2013 -- A new small business crash course is promising to teach online marketers how to start a small business in six easy lessons. The course is the brainchild of Bill McIntosh, famed online marketer who has released countless how-to books on this very subject. McIntosh states that he wanted to create a small business crash course that encompassed every aspect into one easy-to-follow session that all marketers could benefit from.
The result, he says, is 'Starting A Small Business - A Crash Course In 6 Lessons'. He adds, "This guide, like all my other Internet marketing how-to guides, includes everything marketers need to solve their goals. Whether they want to start a small business or they already have a business and they want to achieve greater success, this small business crash course is for everyone."
McIntosh offered a brief rundown of the course on how to start a small business. The course covers how to start the process of creating a business, how to finance the venture, how to develop the business plan, how to navigate taxes and common business mistakes; and the guide also includes several Internet marketing strategies that new online marketers and intermediaries can use to fortify their businesses and make them recession and competitor-proof.
To sign up for the small business crash course, visit the Bill McIntosh website, where visitors will be asked to enter a first name and email address. This offer is only good until the pre-approved amount of seats have been filled. For instant access to the small business crash course, visit http://www.BillMcIntosh.com
About Bill McIntosh: Considered one of the most popular social marketers of today, Bill McIntosh has amassed a multi-million dollar fortune for himself and his worldwide clientele. Now the onlineÂ marketing guru wishes to give back. For the past several months, McIntosh has been releasing how-to guides, such as his latest small business crash course, which teaches online marketers how to start any small business from the ground up.