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EverythingForTheNetFree or Everything For The Net Free

Being sound and entrenched in computer software and Internet technologies, I did research into creating online business for the masses. This eventually reduced to the level of being able to get a viable and reliable business website into the hands of the average working class.

After much painstaking scouring of the Internet, I decided the only way to do that was to be able to get the site free from the ground up. Everything free to establish an Internet presence for a business, including software to carry that business 100% on the Internet so it could be operated from anywhere at anytime. I was successful in putting this concept together.

My desire is to offer it to the general public and help them to do it no matter their development level. Just go to the site below to be successful on the internet, marketing included.

Richard E. Byrd
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It is well known that big business is extremely inefficient. *

With forty years of electronics, computer and software in the trenches industry background, you get an experienced point of view for information to solve your current business needs. This includes twenty years in the manufacture of military, aerospace, medical, commercial and industrial products covering all aspects of Quality, Engineering (Design and Manufacturing), the Supply Chain and Operations. Broad and in depth coverage all from one source.

* After all, why the big push for SixSigma, Lean and the other methodologies in use by Motorola, GE, Toyota and the likes trying to get the employees to contribute their know how in teams to make better profits?  With small and medium enterprises comprising the vast majority of business statistics and huge portion (around half) of GDP, it makes sense. Proven globally by the current state of affairs in 2008.