How to invest 2000 dollars?

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in which way do you think it's recommended to invest 2000 dollars to get a high ROI?
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  • Profile picture of the author AnmolJ
    Get Some Niche Site With Good PR And Implement Adsense !
  • Profile picture of the author Wilton White
    You may wish to consider investing that money in a successful coach/mentor. This will probably bring you the highest ROI in the shortest period of time for your IM endeavors.
  • Profile picture of the author Ross Petal
    JV with fellow warriors on different projects and see what is working for you
  • Profile picture of the author RSMarketing
    Make a squeeze page and buy $2,000 worth of Solo Ads


    But seriously...


    -Rich
  • Profile picture of the author Smalls91
    Books and other learning materials if you have the time to make use of them. But then again I have a thing for books
  • Profile picture of the author Mirque
    Create a converting squeezepage, buy solo ads, and create ppc campaigns.
  • Profile picture of the author retsced
    Originally Posted by RSMarketing View Post

    Make a squeeze page and buy $2,000 worth of Solo Ads


    But seriously...


    -Rich
    ^^^This is what I would do.

    You will need an effective sales funnel in place. A high converting squeeze page. A very valuable product to promote on the backend. A steller FREE gift for the opt-in. Start off slow, invest small amounts of cash at first until you find what works well for your investment, and then scale it up.

    Okay, there's a little more to it, but that is the best strategy IMO.
  • Profile picture of the author iuditg
    Make a authority site and post tons of contents each day. With $2000 you can get tons of unique contents each day
  • Profile picture of the author RSMarketing
    Originally Posted by retsced View Post

    ^^^This is what I would do.

    You will need an effective sales funnel in place. A high converting squeeze page. A very valuable product to promote on the backend. A steller FREE gift for the opt-in. Start off slow, invest small amounts of cash at first until you find what works well for your investment, and then scale it up.

    Okay, there's a little more to it, but that is the best strategy IMO.
    Yea sorry for not providing the proper amount of information.
    retsced is right, not just a squeeze page but a proper funnel. A squeeze page > freebie product with quality information and pushing the fact of how much MORE information they will receive for the small entrance fee if they buy the full product. Include an offer they can't say NO to.

    Or squeeze page > free product sent in email > and forward them straight to an irresistible OTO with a discounted downsell if they decide NOt to buy at regular price. Make your downsell $1 if you have to, trust me that $1 lead will be worth 100 freebie leads. The person who buys for $1 has proven they are qualified buyers with not only the means to make online purchases but the ability to say "Yes, I will buy this informational product".

    -Rich
  • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
    Originally Posted by actress6 View Post

    in which way do you think it's recommended to invest 2000 dollars to get a high ROI?
    I'm curious...do you have $2K that you're wanting to spend, or are you trolling like so many others who post this question daily just to get a laugh?

    -- j
  • Profile picture of the author ShivaLingam
    Originally Posted by retsced View Post

    ^^^This is what I would do.

    You will need an effective sales funnel in place. A high converting squeeze page. A very valuable product to promote on the backend. A steller FREE gift for the opt-in. Start off slow, invest small amounts of cash at first until you find what works well for your investment, and then scale it up.

    Okay, there's a little more to it, but that is the best strategy IMO.
    ...and always split test!
  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

    I'm curious...do you have $2K that you're wanting to spend, or are you trolling like so many others who post this question daily just to get a laugh?

    -- j
    Well said...



    Same thread, same answers.... Pointless!
  • Profile picture of the author iennod
    Give me $1000 and I'll make it $3000 in three months.
  • Profile picture of the author BuyBestNiche
    I would say niche sites - Still works and rocks !
  • Profile picture of the author topgold
    If I could turn back time and invest that kind of money, this is what I would have done:

    1. Hire out a developer to create a Word Press theme. This should cost $250 - $2000.
    2. Create a dedicated web site hosting my product.
    3. List my product in a marketplace such as Digital Products Retailer: Affiliate Program & Sell Online - ClickBank.
    4. Launch my Word Press theme.
    5. Watch the money roll in.

    It's that easy. All you need to do is offer something "unique" in your theme, or have a special theme... or massively undercut your competitors (NOT RECOMMENDED, but people do this anyway).

    Best of luck in whatever you decide to do.
  • Profile picture of the author actress6
    Originally Posted by salegurus View Post

    Well said...



    Same thread, same answers.... Pointless!
    I'm about to get 2000 dollars
  • Profile picture of the author actress6
    I've recieved here some good ideas
    thank you!
  • Profile picture of the author CBusiness
    simple

    buy some websites that are earning but have room to be improved with white hat seo

    Invest about 1/3rd in buying sites
    Invest about 1.5/3rd in buying SEO
    then last, keep that extra for 'just in case' money

    It will be a slower return BUT your money will keep growing with those sites and you can sell them later for another 'lump sum' that will probably be worth most of what you initially invested....

    so you get = monthly earnings + an end lump sum
  • Profile picture of the author Sean Doody
    Forget most of those answers. People are just presuming you know how to set up a website and that you even know what seo is!

    All you need to do, if you genuinely have that cash, and genuinely want to set up a real sustainable business, is get a proven mentor.

    • Research the business model you want to undertake.
    • Research and find out who is the proven mentor in that business model.
    • Pay him/her $2,000 to take you by the hand and teach you what is is they know.
    If it's get rich quick your looking for this really isn't for you. If that's the case take it and back a horse


    Hope you take this advice buddy,


    Sean
  • Profile picture of the author Tangycontent
    If you have any ability to learn, you can take that $2000 and invest it in trial and error for online marketing in whatever way you see fit. Search ads, display ads, FB, other PPC, buying SEO and trying to rank a site, whatever.

    As long as you learn from it, you'll have invested it in yourself.

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