I wonder........

by monitorit 8 replies
I wonder how much is made each day from people selling make money from home products?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tuzic
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    Hi,

    some people make a lot of money from selling home products, but again they have various streams of income.

    depends how good the product is.
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    • Profile picture of the author jhongren
      Some people make alot from one product.

      Some people make alot from many products.

      Some people make alot from one product sold in different avenues.

      I was on Skype with one of the Warriors yesterday that he made 4 figures from one product from one WSO in a month.

      John
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      • Profile picture of the author monitorit
        4 figures!
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        • Profile picture of the author Bill Brickman
          Answer: a lot. I've consistently averaged low to mid six figures per year in this arena. The key is to hit sub-niches and go deep with the customer to provide real value rather than surface value.

          By the way, I don't subscribe to the multiple streams theory at all. Why? Because most people never hit four figures monthly with that approach, let alone five figures which is not only possible but should be a given for any average person.

          As I always say, even if you're drilling in dozens of different places you simply can't hit oil if you're only drilling a few feet below the surface.

          You only hit oil by finding the right spot and going deep.

          Bill
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          • Profile picture of the author AndrewCavanagh
            Originally Posted by Bill Brickman View Post

            The key is to hit sub-niches and go deep with the customer to provide real value rather than surface value.

            By the way, I don't subscribe to the multiple streams theory at all. Why? Because most people never hit four figures monthly with that approach, let alone five figures which is not only possible but should be a given for any average person.

            As I always say, even if you're drilling in dozens of different places you simply can't hit oil if you're only drilling a few feet below the surface.

            You only hit oil by finding the right spot and going deep.
            Great advice Bill.

            It is very difficult to make good money online as a one person operation chasing the "idea of the week" club.

            You need to build dominance in your own niche no matter how small and build out from there.

            Focusing in very tight on selling to one specific group of prospects gives you a real education on what it takes to be successful online.

            Kindest regards,
            Andrew Cavanagh
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          • Profile picture of the author Ryan_Taylor
            Originally Posted by Bill Brickman View Post


            By the way, I don't subscribe to the multiple streams theory at all. Why? Because most people never hit four figures monthly with that approach, let alone five figures which is not only possible but should be a given for any average person.

            As I always say, even if you're drilling in dozens of different places you simply can't hit oil if you're only drilling a few feet below the surface.

            You only hit oil by finding the right spot and going deep.

            Bill
            Reese has a video that talks about exactly your point. Though my interpretation doesn't do him justice... his philosophy is focus, not hopping around from opportunity to opportunity.
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