Starting Your Own eBusiness Can Be Easy

Author: Bryan Cain-Jackson
Published: September 14, 2012 at 3:06 pm

Let’s face it. Some of us are not meant to work for someone else every day.

So, what are you going to do? You need money to live – as much as that sucks, it is the truth. You can’t really get anything for free, can you?

It’s time to start to thinking about your options – since, standing on a street corner and wearing a puff jacket for is not a legal way to become an entrepreneur, what I’m going to talk to you about might give you an idea or at least a good sense of direction.

Start your own business.

Okay, I admit that it’s not as easy as it sounds.

Tallya Rabinovich is a fine example of a self made entrepreneur. She is the CEO of IzzoNet, a company that was launched in 2011.

IzzoNet is a user friendly website that enables anyone to create a successful online store within a matter of minutes. The founders of IzzoNet, Tallya along with Amit Udai, have had a long standing professional relationship. Together they have an unparalleled expertise within the software development, web design, and eCommerce communities.

“I started my business online in 1999, it was extremely successful and I want to help others achieve that success. That’s where we got the idea for IzzoNet.” Tallya stated.

IzzoNet assists each of its customers who are looking to start a business the ability to integrate with suppliers, sell on fifteen comparison shopping engines with exposure to more than 250 million potential buyers, prevent fraud and maximize risks of chargebacks, and seamlessly integrate with eBay stores from IzzoNet’s control panel.

Here are some tips from IzzoNet on what aspiring entrepreneurs should be doing if they are looking to start a successful eCommerce business.

1. Research: For products you love, relate to and wish to sell; Competition – what are your chances of succeeding in that market; Suppliers – can you find that product for a good price and from a reliable supplier.

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Article Author: Bryan Cain-Jackson

Bryan, a native of the Northern California Bay Area is an Assistant Editor for Technorati. He writes in nearly ever channel; entertainment, politics, lifestyle, human interest, automotive, and some tech as well. He has also contributed to the Huffington Post. …

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