no idea of building a web site
What if you have no idea of building a web site, how does this help?
Is there a step by step guide? You seem to have some knowledge on building a website.
January 26, 2010 by Wellesley Gayle
Good question! Yes, I have a good computer background, email, internet, etc. but I have NEVER built a site before; this is my very first website- and the only one so far!
I don't think I could have done it without SBI though.
To be honest, from my estimation, SBI just requires some fundamental understanding of the internet/computer and your BAM
, and you'll be on your way.
BAM, in SBI terminology, is Brain and Motivation :-)
Is it not easy, but very very simple.
One of the great things about SBI is the simple, step-by-step guide they provide.
They have a proven, what they call 10 day action guide
, that does just that!
There are hundreds of people who use that same, basic formula and are now boasting good online successes. Here are a few of them
Understandably, even after the hundreds of cases, there are persons who are still a bit timid to the whole idea.
For those (hopefully not you) they have developed the SBI Elearning
This is a hands-on, easy-to-understand 12-week online course that keeps you on a steady week-by-week track to business-building success.
SBI has been good to me Marva, and I am confident it will for you.
Just bring your BAM :-).
If you have not yet done so, check out my SBI story
And finally, take a look at the their free video tour
. It will explain the process much simplier than I.
I hope this helps Marva.
Proud SBI owner.
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