Internet and Telelphone Communications Can Cost a Lot of Money

By: Paul Gardner

Internet marketers have a host of concerns in trying to develope their business today. Primary focus is what do I market, availability of what I market, how do I market, who wants it, how do i advertise, what is my budget, & what resources are available. Quite Confusing and it seems everybody is offering something that will help.

But let's stop right here. The first concern should be what commmunications services do I need. Where are the services that I need. Do I need a local telephone service and a long distance telephone service. Do I get my internet service from the local telelphone company or do I get it from a cable company or do I get some type of wireless service. What will the speed of the internet be. If I am going to do marketing, I certainly will need speed to work on the internet. The fact is intense research should be done to determine this and to find the service and methods needed to control costs. After all these are costs that are going to be incurred month after month and any dollar savings is going to be huge in the long term. If you understand compounding in investments, then you should certainly understand compounding in saving costs.

Here is an example of service you could use. Earthlink offers Business T1 Link for $359.00 per month as of toay July1, 2008.. Who can afford that. Certainly not a small business doing internet marketing. But the small business could certainly use it.

AT & T offers Fast Access DSL Extreme 6.0 for $42.95 per Month which is what I have been using, but I am changing to a new Wireless Service (7 times faster than the DSL) for $19.95 per Month and it is coming very soon. I pay about $35. for local service, but I am changing to new Wireless VOIP service for $9.95 per month very soon. I also pay about $100 per month for long distance and cell phone services. Guess what, I will get all of this with the new service.

I have published this article for all who are sick and tired of paying big money for all of these services and of the mindset that I can't do any better. Yes you can do better.

Paul Gardner

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