Is product creation as profitable as so many marketers make it out to be? I have been doing a lot of research about this form of marketing (mostly as it pertains to Clickbank), looking for something sustainable, and everyone that claims to have experience in this field has published considerably questionable earnings claims. Usually, these people are selling something, though, so I don't know what to believe.
Can you guys help me out on this? I need some honest answers...preferably from fellow warriors that actually have experience with this, and not something based on hearsay - respectfully.
I just got laid off from my job; just in time for the holidays, so that worked out good. At least they were planning ahead. I can't believe how things have become. I'm sure there are plenty of warriors here that know where I am coming from.
I don't have any hands-on experience with Internet marketing, but I have been reading about it with a keen interest for years. I feel like I know a lot about it, and now, more than ever, I need to put it use.
If you want to pitch me some product or whatever, that's fine...just be honest about it, PLEASE, and pitch me something that you know works; something that I can build a sustainable career around. I can't keep jumping from one idea to the next and not getting anything done. I can't afford to do that anymore. I am ready to take action...I just want to be certain that I am making the right decisions. The last thing I want to do is spend all of my time and money on something for a year, only to find out that I made a huge mistake. It doesn't even have to be about product creation. I just chose that because it made sense from a business perspective.
I don't have a big list. Actually, I don't even have a list. I don't even have a website yet. I have some money to invest, so I am not on a shoestring budget, but I also do not have more than $3,000. I am resourceful and can probably do most of what I will need to do with regard to the techie stuff, so I can further minimize my overhead if need be.
For anyone that bothers to read this and respond, thank you.