“That's a great story,” said Claude after I had finished, “but you got lucky. It doesn't help me make money.”
“On the contrary,” I replied. “Luck played a part, but so did know-how. By fine-tuning and updating the page and directing traffic to the site, I probably doubled my profit.”
Claude was still unconvinced. “Sure, but doing all that techie stuff is easy for you. Even if I wrote something good, I still couldn't make a Web page out of it. I'm not a geek, so there's no way that I could build a Web site.”
“That, my friend, is where you're wrong,” I said. It was time to correct his misconceptions about some basic Web terminology.
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