Information brokering in the Internet age is one of the easiest ways to make money with a home computer. Leave it to the field's two top experts to create the complete guide to this lucrative activity-and to update it thoroughly to keep pace with changes in cyberspace. The third edition of this bestseller delivers: -- insider tips on self-marketing online-- details on the latest Web browsers, subject-specific electronic bulletin boards, ISDN, modems, and CD-ROM drives-- and all the how-to information needed by entrepreneurs who are ready to turn bytes into bucks.
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Become an information entrepreneur! "How can you buy it cheap (or get it free) and sell it dear? The Information Broker's Handbook shows how to harvest the burgeoning wheat field of information and repackage it to suit the needs of customers."-Success. "Covers everything from evaluating career prospects to getting paid what you're worth."-Inc.. "It's outstanding value lies in the wealth of information about how to makret yourself and your product."-Library Journal. "An enjoyable crash course in getting choice info tidbits anywhere they can be found... The Handbook's lists of various resources and what they are used for are worth the price of the book."-Wired. "Wow! A do-it-yourself info-brokering guide and a joy-of-searching rolled into one comprehensive volume!"-Dick Kolin, Founder of Information Design. "The authors do what they say they will do: tell us everything you need to be successful."-Judith A. Copler, Director, Center for Database Systems Online Magazine. "The different stories of what searches the authors... have done are not only interesting reading, but... can give even the experienced searcher ideas for increasing business."-Rochester Daily Record. "Technical manuals are not found on my recreational reading list. However, I found your book so informative and readable that I couldn't put it down until the last page of Appendix F!"-Marie Chroninger, Information Trackers.Review:
"... gives the scoop on what it really takes to run a successful information-brokering business." -- Beyond Computing, 10/97
"If you've ever thought about going into business for yourself and you would like to learn how to be an information specialist, I would highly recommend this book as a beginning." -- Blummer, Jerry, Northwest Louisiana PC User Group, 7/1/97
"The Information Broker's Handbook by Rugge and Glossbrenner is a thorough guide to researching information on-line and off and making money at it. You can't make a lot of money, but it has potential for that as well as for business users who simply need information." -- Schwabach, Bob, Kansas City Star, 7/22/97
"The Information Broker's Handbook is essential for anyone conducting business on... -- The Bookwatch, 10/97
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 3rd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070578710