It’s unfortunate, but many would be entrepreneurs choose what business model to pursue based on how “easy” it is to start as opposed to considering the actual probability of success. Here's how to avoid the easy trap

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Written by Patricia Worth
955 days ago

Hello. Easy is easy. What I mean is that a lot of product are being sole online using its 'ease' as a selling point. When the truth is that making a success in business, especially online, you have to put in the hours, pay attention to online relationships and 'invest' in people before they are going to pay attention to what you have to offer.

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