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Monday, 18 May 2015

The Automatic Customer

23:35 Posted by cheez No comments
Today I will be sharing a book that I recently read.
I think that this is a really good book that is worth sharing to our readers, even though it does not belong to any of our blog category.
This book is more of a "business start-up" book than a "investment/personal finance" book.

Personally, I don't buy books because I believe that a public library provide really good resources for free - better save the money and invest more.
But, there are certain books that I believe are worth buying.
Mary Buffett's 'The Warren Buffett Stock Portfolio: Warren Buffett Stock Picks: Why and When He Is Investing in Them' and 'Warren Buffett and the Art of Stock Arbitrage: Proven Strategies for Arbitrage and Other Special Investment Situations' are examples of 2 books that I bought because I think that they are simple to understand important concepts and beautifully written.

The book I'm sharing today is: The Automatic Customer, Creating a Subscription Business in Any Industry.
It contains a lot of real subscription businesses and plenty of advice on how to start one.
The book gave me several ideas on what businesses that I could start with some of the business model in the book - there are many kind of subscription model.



If you would not like to buy the book, I urge you to at least borrow it from your nearest library, because this is a really good book to read.

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