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This is something that I have always been interested in, and if I am going to do it I would like to do it right. So I would like to solicit the advice of any system builders who have been doing it for a while.

Pretty much I am just looking for ideas on where to get started. I don't know anyone who needs a system built or may in the future, so the word-of-mouth route doesn't seem very likely. How can I get the word out? Also, what should I do to protect both myself and a client in a business sense?

Any tips you guys have would be very much appreciated- thanks.
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You could put the word around at work that you build good computers. I'm only 16 and I'm in 11th grade but the word is out that I build computers. I already have built a few computers for some class-mates, but you got to just get the word out to people whether it be you telling them directly or posting it on Facebook and etc. Building computers for people in person is a lot better than building them for people online because there really isn't a market for it. Usually people are either going to just buy an OEM one or are going to build one themselves rather than buying a built one. Try some different things online, you may be successful. Good luck.
    
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