Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Cheaper To Build Than Buy

Just a decade ago, the only people who put computers together were those individuals who possessed an extensive technical background. Advancements in technology have eliminated some of the complexities in how computers work. This change has resulted in average people who have a basic understanding of computers being able to build a system themselves. Whether you are interested in building computers to establish a new hobby or to start a business, you can do so in only a few easy steps and on a shoestring budget.

The first step in building cheap computers is to determine the route you want to use to build systems. You basically have three choices when considering building cheap computers: build a system from scratch, expand on a bare bones computer, or upgrade an existing system. Building a system from scratch can be a rewarding experience. However, it is not for everyone. If you are impatient or are intimidated by mechanical tools, you are better to choose one of the other two options.

Regardless of the method you choose, you will follow three basic steps:

1. Plan
2. Assemble
3. Test

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The planning phase of your project involves determining the specifications for the computer you want to build. Once you know this information you can start shopping for parts that meet those specifications. Your main considerations should be
hard-disk, memory, and CPU (central processing unit). The harddrive is important because it determines how much information you are able to store on the computer. While you could build a computer with a harddrive smaller than 160 GB (gigabytes), it is not recommended.

The harddrive and memory work together. The amount of memory you place in your computer will directly affect how the system is able to complete the different processes that you request when using the system. If you have no idea what size hard-drive and the amount of memory you need, you should consider the type of operating system you intend to load on the system. You can consult the manufacturer of your hard-drive or review the information on, which features a list of minimum harddrive and memory requirements for various operating systems, and use this information as a guide.

The equipment presented in this article includes the basics of a computer system. Of course, nowadays people want far more than the basics and you undoubtedly feel the same way. There are optional components available that you may want to add to your systems, which include DVD drives orburners, a wireless card or other communication component for Internet connectivity, and a video graphics card.

Once you have decided on the specifications of the computer you want to build, you are ready to assemble the system. In addition to detailed information about the parts you will need to build your computer, includes step-by-step instructions for assembling a cheap do-it-yourself computer.

When you have finished assembling the computer, you will then need to test to make sure that the system boots and that all components are functioning properly. Once you have completed all these tests you will have built your own cheap computer

Monday, January 12, 2009


Low Start Up Costs, High Profit Potential, Automation, In Demand, Lifestyle
Creating your own information products has many benefits and is a great way to start your own Internet business fast! Here are five benefits to creating your own information products:

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1)Low Start Up Costs
Unlike traditional businesses that cost a lot to start you can literally get started for $150 or less. On top of that, it doesn't cost much to run. You can get by until you really start
generating money.

2)High Profit Potential
Creating and selling information products is ideal because they are cheap to produce. And since you do not have to ship anything, keep inventory, or spend a fortune to create the product – you keep all the profits!

Don't you love technology? I know I do! It has given us a way to get as close as we can get to an automated system. You set up your system ONCE and let your tech tools (sales page, payment processor, autoresponder,) seal the deal and bring in sales – day and night. All that's left for you to do is to perfect your conversion rates, create more of what your market wants, and build relationships.

4)In Demand
Information is in hot demand. Every day millions of people are searching for information online. Yes, people can find free information online but at the same time there are many people who are willing to pay for high quality information. People who need answers – like yesterday – will no doubt buy something that gives
them exactly what they are looking for. It saves them time, money, frustration, and the hassle of searching through the sea of endless information. This is essentially where you (as the information product creator) come into play.

Imagine making a living online for a moment. The Internet is never closed so you can reach buyers 24 hours, 7 days a week! This is how it is possible to make money while you sleep, while you're on vacation, even while you are grocery shopping! You don't have to be at any particular place in order to work. All you need is your laptop and
an Internet connection. You could be in Buenos Aires and no one would ever know! You call the shots. You decide when to work and when not to work. No employees to worry about. No building to maintain. No more fighting traffic for 30 minutes or more just to sit in a cubicle for 8-10 hours. No more answering to your boss. FREEDOM.

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