Albuquerque, New Mexico (PressExposure) April 19, 2008 -- New Resource Helps Entrepreneurs Tame the Internet Monster New course helps coaches and other solopreneurs avoid the common traps of promoting their businesses online.
"I noticed that many of my clients had a hard time getting the online part of their businesses off the ground," says Meredith Eisenberg, Technology Coach and Chief Monster Tamer, " they get overwhelmed with all the options and possibilities. I created Tame the Internet Monster to present the steps they need to take in small easy-to-read steps that will help them focus on building their businesses."
Over the course of a year, the lessons will take new entrepreneurs from the basics of choosing a domain name and setting up a website to capture prospective clients to creating systems for working with others and bringing new visitors to the site. All of this is presented in a way that is fun and not overwhelming.
To kick things off, Tame the Internet Monster will be offering a teleseminar on April 1. Don't Let the Internet Monster Make A Fool out of You.
During this FREE teleseminar, participants will learn the 5 tricks that the Internet Monster plays on unsuspecting entrepreneurs and how to avoid them. The five tricks are:
1. The Technology Trap: making things more technically difficult than they need to be. 2. The Money Pit: spending money you don't have on training you don't use 3. The Home Depot Syndrome: why DIY is not always your best option 4. Lost At Sea: how moving from idea to idea stalls your progress and confuses your clients 5. Magic Bullet: why buying Internet Marketing classes and courses is about as effective as buying home exercise equipment that you don't even use.