Sunday, November 29, 2015

5 Things You Can Do After Your First $100 Online

Once you hit your $100, many of the same principles apply as the ones we just covered:

“Increased marketing and promotion, leveraging profits and adaptation to market fluctuations”

However, it’s also time to start experimenting with additional routes of monetization.

 Now, before we go into that, let me be clear on one thing: I'm not suggesting that you drop your current business to try out one of the other profit models.

What I am suggesting is that you look into the elements of the other models, and see if you can adapt them to your existing business.

Examples...



1. You started off with pay-per-sale affiliate marketing, now try adding pay-per-lead to the mix.

 Choose pay-per-lead products which are relevant to the niche you're working.

2. You started off with the public domain products model, now try bringing resale rights products into the mix.

 Or, even better, come up with a public domain product to which you can sell others the private label rights.

3. You started off doing paid surveys, and learned a lot about the business.

 Consider creating and selling your own ebook about how to succeed with paid surveys, or start your own affiliate review site of the various survey companies out there.

4. You started off with teleseminars.

Consider creating a paid e-class.

Even better, see if you can combine the two methods by breaking course work into different formats, and creating your own virtual classroom.

5. You started off with Sales.

 Next you can sell products such as domains, pre-written autoresponder sequences, and of course website traffic generation guides to your customers.

These are some very practical ways to move things up a notch. There's also room to add more firepower to your marketing strategy.

If you've been marketing your ebook through print ads, for example, try setting up a teleseminar to give you a more effective method of pre-selling the product.

Working solo? See if you can partner up with other business for joint promotion and joint product creation.

Last but not least...its time to create new goals!

 Go back to your master plan and review your 3 month and 6 month goals.

 Are they the same as they were when you first started out?

There's nothing wrong with changing course.

The experience of earning your first $100 may have generated even better ideas about where to go next!

Closing Advice

I sincerely hope this Blog Article has given you a better idea of how you can get started to profit online.

All you really need to do is get started. 

Most of all, you need to find your fit, and figure out which model is going to work the best for you.

 It shouldn't be about which one you think will make the most money.

The fact is that they can all make you a lot of money.

“The more suited the model is to you; the better you are going to do”

You need to be realistic about a couple of things: 

• Your budget

• The amount of time you can invest

• Your technical skills

• Your copy writing skills, etc.

So, for example, if you dread the though of writing even a 500 word article, you're probably better off staying away from blogs.

 Instead, you might want to try creating products from the public domain.

Likewise, if you really love the idea of coming up with creative content; pick a model which allows you to do that, rather than one of the automated models which don't require much input on your end.

My wish is that you've discovered at least one model here that appeals to you, will be easy for you to work with and doesn't cost too much to get set up.

If you'll work with this information and create a solid business plan, you really will be able to kick off with an extra $100 or more in your pocket every month..

All the best!

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