Internet Marketing Newbie: Please Help.
I have a day job. I work at home as a media transcriber. I transcribe news reports and television talk shows (Sorry, I am bound by my contract not to disclose anything). I work 6-8 hours a day and I earn $500-$700 a month, which is barely enough to pay our bills and to buy my mother's maintenance medicines (she suffers from diabetes, hypertension and ischemic heart disease). I hope I could earn at least $2,000 a month from Internet marketing. I'm not aiming for millions, just a substantial income for me and my family. By the way, I'm 34, single and supporting my mother, brother and sister.
I have no credit card. I only have a PayPal account with a little more than $1 in it. I still have to open a bank account so I can withdraw funds from my PayPal account when I earn commissions from affiliate programs. I have nothing but $1 to start with.
I have read free e-books on affiliate marketing and I have signed up for accounts with Clickbank, Commission Junction and Amazon Associates. I have made some attempts at Internet Marketing using Squidoo and Blogger blogs, but I've failed miserably. I want to try again, but I don't know how to start and I don't know what to do.
I would really appreciate any help and I will document my Internet marketing efforts in a blog. If I succeed, I will give credit to the one who can help me. I am willing and able to work for up to 6 hours a day on Internet marketing.
Thank you very much.
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