Well, after a year of trying to earn some money online, I seem to be like a hamster on a wheel, never going forward. I've got an adsense site that has struggled to get visitors and has earned me less than £2 in a year. I have an Amazon affiliate site that seems to have one product keyword on p1 of google but still I seem to get a maximum 30 visits per day, and more importantly, zero sales.
Tried promoting a clickbank product but even though I had an adwords voucher and used that to help promote, still no sales.
I appreciate that I am obviously doing many things wrong but don't really know what to do next.
I have written quite a few articles on Ezine and a couple of others. I use onlywire and social adr. Have dabbled with Squidoo and Hubpages but nothing seems to make any difference to the end result. I've tried various paid for seo efforts from here and places like Fiverr, with again , generally speaking little noticeable difference.
I stopped buying WSO's because I knew they were distracting me from whatever task I had in hand, and was constantly looking at the latest offers to part me from my money, most of which, if I'm honest seem to be fairly poor.
I've tried many courses, mainly from people who are on the Warrior Forum and seem to be genuine, but again largely to no avail.
My problem is that when I started a year ago, I did so in the hope that, like most people I would be able to go full time within 12 months as I knew that the industry I currently work in is in serious trouble, ( I'm self employed, and nowadays often only work for 4 or even 3 days a week!)
I feel like I've learned an awful lot, and feel like a sports pundit, in that I can talk a good game to friends and family, but when I'm sat in front of my computer it seems like the dream is out of reach.
Am I the type of person that will ultimately never make money online, or are we all capable if the right buttons are pressed ?
I really don't know which way to turn next, and hope that somebody can spare some time to give me a kick up the backside and point in a particular direction.
If you've got this far, thanks for taking the trouble to read my tale of woe,