Making $600 is possible…maybe now you think is not quite possible for you…
But think again…
Supposed if you know the entire blueprint and you follow step-by-step diligently,
how will you feel if you start to see at least $100 coming into your bank account daily.
Now, you spend more time on what you did and start to do more of it…and
next before you knew it, your daily income doubles or even triples.
And you do more of it, your income grows to a whopping US$450 to US$600!
(Time to fire your boss! If I were you.)
Choosing topics: The easy answer is to choose topics that are the same as the website/blog you are promoting. Narrow down the topic so it’s manageable in 350 to 400 words. That may sound like a lot if you aren’t proficient in writing but the words will fly by.
Write as if you were talking with a good friend and answering her/his questions. For example: If you have a dog care website one question you could answer is “How do I know how much protein is in dry dog food?”
I’ve been in the Internet Marketing gig for some time now, and since I’ve jumped headlong into the business, I’ve seen countless of guides on how an aspiring Internet Marketer can succeed in their online business endeavors. It’s hard trying to find something that actually works, because quite a number of “guides” that I’ve seen out there are pretty much junk.
Find a writer who will ghostwrite twenty 250 word articles for you. Ghostwritten articles means that the articles are yours to do whatever you like with after you’ve paid for them. The writer can’t ever sell them to anyone else.
Budget about $50 for these articles. Give your keyword phrases to the writer to use in the title of each article. As the articles are completed have them sent to you in batches of 5. That way you can get started and not have to wait for all 20 to be finished.
If you have never worked with the writer before you might be more comfortable paying 50% of the fee up front and then the other 50% when the articles are completed. Or pay for a package of 5 articles to determine the quality before you pay for all of them. Establish a deadline for each batch of five articles to be completed.
Hi, today we have a guest post from my buddy Edmund Loh.
Attracted to impressive figures like making 6-figures in one week? Just hype? Or do you still desperately want to believe it’s possible? Here’s my take…
After reading several sales letters in the Internet Marketing arena, we are conditioned to listen to stories of what seems to be overnight success. Stories on how obscene amounts of money were made in a ridiculously short time span.
While it’s possible to achieve that kind of success, the problem is that many people get the illusion that it’s just as possible to get rich quick…
… Without doing any lick of hard work.
Open a Blogger account. It’s free. If you prefer you can set up a website rather than a blog.
Setting up a website isn’t difficult once you know the basics. You will need to use a “what you see is what you get” wysiwyg html composer. Those work like a word processing program. What you see on the screen is how your web page will look. The html coding is done by the program.
The other alternative is to hire someone to design the home page of your site and one inner page. When you add additional pages copy the code for the inner page and replace the narrative with the new content. Save the page with a file name that includes the keyword phrase. Link the new page to the home page with the file name. This may sound confusing but once you’ve done it several times it’s pretty easy. The easiest web design is to use two columns. The first column is the widest and contains the content of your page, the second column contains links to all the inner pages. You can also put AdSense revenue in the second column as well as the main column.
Select several niches that appeal to you and that you’re enthusiastic about or that you want to learn about.
Given the current real estate market avoiding foreclosure is a popular subject, but if the subject depresses you, you won’t want to do the work necessary. On the other hand if you feel you’re providing valuable information and helping people with a serious problem then avoiding foreclosure might be just the niche for you.