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Starting a Business

Why It's Actually Easy to Start an Online Business

Just because something takes some time doesn't make it hard.
- Contributor
Founder of Ambitious.com
2 min read
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

Entrepreneur Network partner Greg Rollett doesn't want to hear about how hard it is to create an online business. All it takes to create an online business, a landing page, a marketing email or anything else is time, a willingness to learn and an internet connection. 

So, don't confuse something that takes a little time with something that's really hard. Getting bad news from a doctor is hard. Getting evicted or losing your job days before Christmas is hard. Sitting at a computer and building a website isn't, and you can make a great one so long as you work at it.

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