Getting Back To The Dream...

by JasonParker 4 replies
Thinking out loud...

While my life wouldn't be even close to the same without the money I generate from internet marketing, I feel like I'm drifting away from my dream I had when I started.

That is: Not just money, but also a life where you have more time to do the things you want almost all the time. AND you don't have to work harder or longer to make more money.

Working in the IM niche has especially been exhausting for me because I don't trust anyone else to create my products for me.

...I'm starting to think, "what can you do differently that will allow you to have the most effortless successful business possible?"

And I'm starting to think you have to:

-Work outside of the IM niche.

-"Ethically rip off" hot selling products and sell them on your frontend and backend. ...If you're going to repackage info, why not repackage the hottest selling info, eh?

-Set up your automatic sales funnel, know your conversion rates, and buy PPC traffic. Make sure to collect a list while you're at it. In case your PPC ever gets too expensive, you'll still be in business.

-Outsource everything.

...Any Warriors outsourcing and kicking back while making gobs of cash outside of the IM niche similar to the way I've described?
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  • Profile picture of the author napoleonfirst
    Yes, we must say the following: pay per click is the way to go. Get a grea product with high convertion rates, use a money making keyword, create impressive ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrew Dillon
    I only dabble in the I'M niche these days. I prefer to set up what I call, build them and leave them websites these days. I for example, set up a website selling a book on model making, write some articles, add a small hints and tips section, put in some eBay ads so that the site has constantly changing content that gets the search engine spider excited, make sure the site is up running smoothly and then move on. Such sites can bring in as little as say $250 a month to several thousand dollars depending on the site and product but if you have say fifty of these sites then your going to make serious amounts of money. I hope this will help other fellow warriors make some good money too.
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  • Profile picture of the author WilsonA
    Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

    Thinking out loud...

    While my life wouldn't be even close to the same without the money I generate from internet marketing, I feel like I'm drifting away from my dream I had when I started.

    That is: Not just money, but also a life where you have more time to do the things you want almost all the time. AND you don't have to work harder or longer to make more money.

    Working in the IM niche has especially been exhausting for me because I don't trust anyone else to create my products for me.

    ...I'm starting to think, "what can you do differently that will allow you to have the most effortless successful business possible?"

    And I'm starting to think you have to:

    -Work outside of the IM niche.

    -"Ethically rip off" hot selling products and sell them on your frontend and backend. ...If you're going to repackage info, why not repackage the hottest selling info, eh?

    -Set up your automatic sales funnel, know your conversion rates, and buy PPC traffic. Make sure to collect a list while you're at it. In case your PPC ever gets too expensive, you'll still be in business.

    -Outsource everything.

    ...Any Warriors outsourcing and kicking back while making gobs of cash outside of the IM niche similar to the way I've described?
    I think the best decision I made was to start working outside of the im niche. I would advise you to start with maybe ppc or article marketing as an affiliate before thinking about product creation or list building why? you need to know whether there is money in a niche before you start doing things like product creation or list building. The last thing you want to do is to spend weeks buidling a list or a product only to find that the niche is not worth the effort

    The moment you find what niche works for you, then you can start to outsource, start building lists, start building communities and products. There is life outside the im niche, look for 3 niches with good products. If you can try to read desperate buyers only to get ideas on what you should look for when trying to enter a niche

    Cheers
    Wilson
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