Can you spot the word that makes the request a total nonsense?
Can you see the word that has doomed this newbie to fail?
Can you comprehend the mindset that makes failure inevitable?
I'm sure you can.
The word is easily.
It might have been easy, easier or easiest.
Here is a wake up call: Internet marketing isn't easy.
Sorry. It had to be said. Making money online - and I mean real money, pay the bills and feed the kids money, consistent, do-it-again-next-month money - that takes effort, skill, experience and work.
It ain't easy.
At least, not in the way you've interpreted the word.
You see, when we 'experienced' folk say that it is easy we are misleading you badly. We don't really mean easy in the sense that it is so dead simple that an elderly dog can be taught to do it for biscuits. It isn't a self-working party trick.
When we say easy we mean that it isn't particularly hard or complicated, it doesn't require years of training and it certainly doesn't need the IQ if Einstein (thank goodness). But it does need consistent, focused, results-centric effort.
Complex, but not complicated.
Or to put it another way, work.
Sorry to burst the bubble.
Here's a radical idea. Why not go onto a forum for restauranteurs and ask them out of the blue how you can easily start a successful restaurant? Do you think they might laugh at you?
How about plumbers? Try asking a bunch of them how you can easily make a grand a month with no outlay fixing people's radiators? Do you think they might think you're a bit crazy?
Ah. you might say, "those are real life businesses - I'm talking about making money online."
SLAP! (I hope you felt that round the side of your head.)
What makes you think that a business (for that is what making $1000 or more a month is) online is any different to one offline? Business is business and the people who understand that and treat it with the respect it requires are half way to doing well.
Making REAL money online isn't a game. Okay, at the lower end it can be a paying hobby, but for those of us who support our families and save money for a rainy day, this is real life.
And when you are just starting out, it isn't 'easy'.
Over time it does get easier, but if you are a newbie understand this: you will have to learn some skills, you will have to spend some money, you will have to work some things out for yourself, you will have to stand on your own feet, you will have to (cover your ears and eyes if you are of a nervous disposition) ...