Turn your passions into paychecks
An Overview of Online Business Quiz
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You need to be employed to become an online professional (with a robust professional identity online).
You cannot be an online entrepreneur while maintaining a full-time job.
Which of the following is a common myth about entrepreneurship?
You will have to work incredibly hard
Entrepreneurs typically enjoy more flexibility
Your business is very likely to fail
You will have a huge degree of creative freedom
You will have to answer to nobody
Which of the following actions will not help an online professional bolster his or her reputation?
Publish commentary on his or her industry
Liveblog an important industry event
Publish how-to guides related to his or her area of expertise
Live tweet an important industry event
Maintain a tell-all office blog complaining about clients, bosses, or coworkers
Right now, more businesses are being born than dying.
Which of the following is not a myth about building an online identity?
You have to be technologically savvy to build a robust digital identity
You should only build a robust online identity if you are hunting for a new job or trying to garner freelance work
To build a good online identity, you have to promote yourself somewhat excessively
Online identities are more of a liability than an asset when it comes to getting recruited/hired
You should only build a robust online identity if you are trying to garner freelance work
Over the past several years, the number of businesses in America that are under one year old has fallen.
Online entrepreneurs can best be described as:
People who make money from businesses that have an online component
People who run online stores through platforms like Etsy, Amazon, and eBay
People who work on internet-based businesses full time
People who create new online platforms and social networks
People who create online versions of brick-and-mortar companies
Which of the following is not a common perk of being an online entrepreneur?
Doing work that contributes directly to your personal betterment
Making higher earnings than you would as an employee
Controlling your schedule
Doing work that contributes directly to your financial gain
Having more creative freedom
Which of the following is not a common perk associated with maintaining a robust digital identity?
Greater appreciation of the work you do
A wider network
More professional opportunities
Less criticism of your work and actions
The opportunity to share your expertise
Online professionals can best be described as:
People who run internet-based companies
People who share their professional passions and expertise online
People who sell products and services online
People who heavily advertise their personal brands online
People who have internet-based jobs
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