Onto the final part of this thread :-
Some Internet aficionados prefer e-shopping on their own. In which case, your (secure) site could offer complete transparency when it comes to products and services offered. This might entail more time to create, and a lot of Internet marketing research. This gives your customers a sense of control by being able to cross reference information, packages and prices with other online business ventures like yours. You could also offer alternatives to your products that will link them to other trustworthy sites.
In other words, make your home business customer-friendly by offering assistance without seeming to.
A system for organization and technical aspects
Like any form of business, your home business should have market research and analysis. Knowing your target market is important; knowing what your target market wants at the moment is more important. Trends change. Your bookseller home business may be doing well with one title at the moment. Next thing you know, nobody wants it anymore.
Make sure that your company has devised a way for secure and reliable transactions that is not only convenient to you but also to your potential customers. Credit cards accounts for 90% of all purchases in online business ventures. If however, is of no service to you, there are other software and / or sites that may help you like Paypal or money order.
Budget permitting, aside from hiring the services of an Internet Marketing business, your management team should be well versed with Internet protocol. Designing, updating and upgrading a website is important; because this is the face your customers can see. Also, should technical difficulties arise, your team should be able to deal with it promptly. A down site means a loss of revenue for your company.
Go check out http://www.onlinebooksellingbusiness.com/ If you liked what you read to learn more on using the internet for your home business in general and; selling and making money from selling books online.
Stephen C Campbell