There’s no “How to be a Business Owner” handbook – at least I didn’t get one. You could get an MBA, but even that won’t teach you the importance of domain registration or the rest of the things you need to keep control of your website.
That’s why I wrote this.
This is for business owners and website managers who are tired of feeling lost and talked down to. I’m going to explain what you need to know – and only that. I’m not going to safari into the barren desert of technical detail. Neither will I blather on, wrapping too many words around small ideas. This is a to-the-point crash course.
First I’ll cover the absolute basics. Understanding these will ensure you’re always in control of your website. That’s the first three pages. The rest is about how to get the most out of your next web project and how to develop a fruitful partnership with your web developer.
At the end of these 22 pages, you will wield your website like a Hogwart’s student with a new wand. You have the power. You know the basic spells. The help of experts is still advised -but now you know what questions to ask.