How To Make 20K A Month In Online Marketing

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How to make $20,000+ EVERY month...

If you're not already hitting your monthly or yearly income goal, then there's literally NOT a single reason as to why you shouldn't keep reading this...

Alright, so first things first, you need to set the goal of earning $20,000/month and that it's an achievable number, not just some far fetched dream that you have, mindset over everything.

The only difference between a REAL and a far fetched goal is all in how you wrap your mind around it. Most people will set a goal to hit a certain amount per year, but won't actually take it seriously, because they don't really believe it's possible.

That being said, for this first step, you gotta get serious about $20k/month.

Once you visualize it and believe in it, then we can move onto step 2...

The second thing you need to do, and it's important as the first step, is do the ******* math!

So many people fail because they haven't bothered to do the math.

So let's get into it then:

$20,000 month = $666/day

$666/day = $83.25/hour (assuming you work 8 hours a day)

Once you've done the math, you need to calculate how many sales you need to make that amount of money every month.

Let's say your average sale makes you $200. In order to hit that $666/day you need to close 3 to 4 sales.

How many calls/conversations does it take to close 3 sales in a day?

Let's say it takes you 10 conversations to close a sale, your daily goal is 30 to 40 conversations a day. Every day that you don't make 30 conversations, you're telling yourself you don't want $20k/month

Those numbers might seem absolutely insane because they are, but let's look a little deeper...

Instead of making $200 per sale, let's say you're making $1k per sale, you only need to make 1 sale every couple of days to hit that $20k... bringing the number of conversations you need to have every day down to half compared to what it was before!

This is exactly how I managed to clear six-figures in 4 months starting from nothing. I set a goal, targets, did the math, and focused on the daily work, not the big number!

The way to make a goal a reality is to break down the goal into logical and consumable amounts of money, as simple as that!
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  • Profile picture of the author tnob
    How would you convert the calls/conversations to online sales? Since this is Internet Marketing, just wondering what your process would be to do the same for a website?
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  • Originally Posted by VidasVegas View Post


    This is exactly how I managed to clear six-figures in 4 months starting from nothing. I set a goal, targets, did the math, and focused on the daily work, not the big number!

    The way to make a goal a reality is to break down the goal into logical and consumable amounts of money, as simple as that!
    When I was selling in people's homes I knew my numbers...Contacts to appointments, appointments to presentations, presentations to sales, sales to net sales (after cancellations and credit turn downs).

    But what kept me going was really my weekly income schedule. It wasn't really a goal. It was simply what I wanted to make every week.

    So, I started on Saturday. If I made the income I needed for the week on Saturday (for the following week), I could quit for the week, or keep working to get ahead of schedule.

    If it took me until Wednesday to hit my number, I'd work hard until then.

    On rare occasions, I wouldn't make my number by that Friday (for me, the last day). I would take that deficit over to the next week, and add it to what I needed to do.

    I did that for maybe 20 years. And then, I started studying marketing, and implemented programs that brought me sales that I didn't have to chase.

    And that changed everything. For once, I was making more money than I was expecting, or even trying to make.

    Once you are making money almost automatically (still with selling involved), that weekly income schedule goes out the window, and your comfort zone expands to meet what you're actually earning.

    Weird how that all works.
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    • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      When I was selling in people's homes I knw my numbers...Contacts to appointments, appointments to presentations, presentations to sales, sales to net sales (after cancellations and credit turn downs).

      But what kept me going was really my weekly income schedule. It wasn't really a goal. It was simply what I wanted to make every week.

      So, I started on Saturday. If I made the income I needed for the week on Saturday (for the following week), I could quit for the week, or keep working to get ahead of schedule.

      If it took me until Wednesday to hit my number, I'd work hard until then.

      On rare occasions, I wouldn't make my number by that Friday (for me, the last day). I would take that deficit over to the next week, and add it to what I needed to do.

      I did that for maybe 20 years. And then, I started studying marketing, and implemented programs that brought me sales that I didn't have to chase.

      And that changed everything. For once, I was making more money than I was expecting, or even trying to make.

      Once you are making money almost automatically (still with selling involved), that weekly income schedule goes out the window, and your comfort zone expands to meet what you're actually earning.

      Weird how that all works.
      When I first started I had to rent a computer and I had to pay weekly.

      That was my metric for staying in business at the time.

      Pay the rent or fail. Easy motivation.
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      • Originally Posted by kenmichaels View Post

        When I first started I had to rent a computer and I had to pay weekly.

        That was my metric for staying in business at the time.

        Pay the rent or fail. Easy motivation.
        If I remember correctly, I started selling life insurance (then vacuum cleaners) in 1976.

        The insurance company paid a large bonus if my commissions from new sales was at least $1,500 a month. So I broke that down into weeks, and made damn sure I earned at least that much. In fact, I kept a running total of commissions earned that month, every day....making sure I was on track, with room to spare.


        When I started just selling for myself, I kept that habit. Even though I didn't get paid on schedule (I got paid 3 days after every sale), A 7 day schedule was short enough to keep me interested, and long enough that a couple of bad days wouldn't kill me.

        I remember one year knocking on doors on New Years Eve. Heavy snow. But it was on Friday, and I needed one more sale. Of course, a lady was nice...let me in...bought from me. It was 8PM or so, and the law was "after 9PM, no more knocking on doors".
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    • Profile picture of the author VidasVegas
      Very valuable answer to my post, I hope so majority who's seeking to hit high numbers will keep this in their mind and take this very seriously.
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  • Profile picture of the author Diego Aguirre
    GIF - The Office - Michael Scott - hit the table - THANK YOU...

    There is an exercise like that in Dan Lok's book FU Money...

    Eye opening.
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  • Profile picture of the author adammoore
    Great advice, sometimes people overthink it, and end up doing nothing at all. It does help at times to break things down to smaller numbers, as they appear more achievable. The most important thing to scaling to these levels, are building the right product, or service that doesn't require your constant attention, and hire people to take care of things like support etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author MNG Network
    An interesting discussion, I think to make money on the internet is the dream of all of us in this times, thanks for the info
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Anyone can hit that goal that you just mentioned Vidas.(most don't believe that they can)

    The only thing is that most people need the EXACT direction on how to achieve this goal. They need specific instructions.
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  • Profile picture of the author luciesmazanska
    Originally Posted by VidasVegas View Post

    How to make $20,000+ EVERY month...

    If you're not already hitting your monthly or yearly income goal, then there's literally NOT a single reason as to why you shouldn't keep reading this...

    Alright, so first things first, you need to set the goal of earning $20,000/month and that it's an achievable number, not just some far fetched dream that you have, mindset over everything.

    The only difference between a REAL and a far fetched goal is all in how you wrap your mind around it. Most people will set a goal to hit a certain amount per year, but won't actually take it seriously, because they don't really believe it's possible.

    That being said, for this first step, you gotta get serious about $20k/month.

    Once you visualize it and believe in it, then we can move onto step 2...

    The second thing you need to do, and it's important as the first step, is do the ******* math!

    So many people fail because they haven't bothered to do the math.

    So let's get into it then:

    $20,000 month = $666/day

    $666/day = $83.25/hour (assuming you work 8 hours a day)

    Once you've done the math, you need to calculate how many sales you need to make that amount of money every month.

    Let's say your average sale makes you $200. In order to hit that $666/day you need to close 3 to 4 sales.

    How many calls/conversations does it take to close 3 sales in a day?

    Let's say it takes you 10 conversations to close a sale, your daily goal is 30 to 40 conversations a day. Every day that you don't make 30 conversations, you're telling yourself you don't want $20k/month

    Those numbers might seem absolutely insane because they are, but let's look a little deeper...

    Instead of making $200 per sale, let's say you're making $1k per sale, you only need to make 1 sale every couple of days to hit that $20k... bringing the number of conversations you need to have every day down to half compared to what it was before!

    This is exactly how I managed to clear six-figures in 4 months starting from nothing. I set a goal, targets, did the math, and focused on the daily work, not the big number!

    The way to make a goal a reality is to break down the goal into logical and consumable amounts of money, as simple as that!
    This is so inspiring!!!! Especially the part where is good to break down the numbers and focus on that instead on whole number!
    Everything is possible, really
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