Here's how to make your first $100

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No, its not hard.

Create 5 websites and promote 5 different products.

Most likely you'll have a bunch of your websites fail. But that 1 JUST the 1 is all you need for success.

Its tough to match demand, competition, and profitability when creating sites.

Sometimes you enter an overly competitive niche.

Sometimes you enter an unprofitable niche, even though you can get good traffic.

Etc.

That's why you need at least 5 sites. The people that make 1 site and succeed and makes lots of money is RARE... like winning the lottery... but maybe better odds than that.

Success is in the process, not in the lucky 1 hit wonder.

Making your first $100 is really not that hard. Making your $1000 is not that hard either. Its making a consistent $1000 a week/month that takes a lot of dedication.

Its like dating girls. A lot of guys get really tripped up with "What to say" or "How to best approach" when in reality that's the least important and easiest part of the interaction.

Make your first $100 before getting all confused and overwhelmed with the rest of internet marketing.

Here's the plan.

5 websites. 5 different products. 5 articles or more each.

Social bookmark each article.

You'll need a convincing review article.

People make this harder than you think.

All you have to do is looking some super competitive product... add "review" to the keyword and look at the top results. Then simple model your review articles to ones you already find in the top search results.

Done.

Get your ass working son!
#$100 #make
  • Profile picture of the author imfusa
    Interesting idea, this is something similar to adding google adsense on 100 of your websites and earn from each one 1$ /day/month. Of course it depends on the niche like you said, from some niches you will get 1-2 $/ click other may offer even 20-30$/click (web hosting, real estate)
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    • Profile picture of the author WhoBuysThisStuff
      Currently I have one site focused on many different products that turns around $1 a day. Nothing amazong but it's neat to see it build up.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brittuf
      thanks for the motivation
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexyew
      Originally Posted by imfusa View Post

      Interesting idea, this is something similar to adding google adsense on 100 of your websites and earn from each one 1$ /day/month. Of course it depends on the niche like you said, from some niches you will get 1-2 $/ click other may offer even 20-30$/click (web hosting, real estate)
      It is hard to get ranking at Search engines for micro niche websites. But with the patience, you can build good quality websites. It would get ranking no matter what. This is the way to go!
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  • Profile picture of the author adamreilly1997
    Micro niche sites don't work as well as they used to, so why not use 1 site?
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    • Profile picture of the author Meka Anilkumar
      Originally Posted by adamreilly1997 View Post

      Micro niche sites don't work as well as they used to, so why not use 1 site?
      Micro niche sites are sniper sites, they can earn like a head shot guns in overnight. All you have to do is promote them in the right way through social media and social network (in case of seo failure). There is a good chance to expand every MNS in to semi authority site in that related niche! isn't it?

      In internet marketing you can use every single chance to make money...All you have to do is capture them effectively in the right way!

      Anil
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  • Profile picture of the author IMMaster
    The problem nowadays that people build websites to earn money especially when the website is built for adsense. Most of them build the website according to the high keywords and by this way we are ruining the net and don't know . One day we will discover that we our self spoiled all the net that we should keep it clean as much as possible for the next generation. The same happened with the ozone layer and the problem of the environment . Most of us are contributing in the destruction of this lovely world . I'm not against earning money form the net but I'm against putting some garbage on the net and keep it for the next generation to read this garbage to discover that we are not honest and left this garbage for them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Baadier Sydow
      Originally Posted by IMMaster View Post

      The problem nowadays that people build websites to earn money especially when the website is built for adsense. Most of them build the website according to the high keywords and by this way we are ruining the net and don't know . One day we will discover that we our self spoiled all the net that we should keep it clean as much as possible for the next generation. The same happened with the ozone layer and the problem of the environment . Most of us are contributing in the destruction of this lovely world . I'm not against earning money form the net but I'm against putting some garbage on the net and keep it for the next generation to read this garbage to discover that we are not honest and left this garbage for them.
      First time I've really seen someone make this point. Kudo's for having the balls to say it on a IM forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author Caleb D Miller
    I like your analogy of how it is like dating girls. Guys focus on pickup lines and what does the girl like rather than being masculine and creating polarity with the girl.

    You gotta find something that has energy for you. Something where you do it, or talk about it, or make a video about it and you express yourself and it makes people REACT to you.

    You do something with enough expression and energy that people REACT to you. That does not necessarily mean money. But go somewhere where people are spending money, and use your enthusiasm and expression to get in the middle of the money spending and stir things up.

    Have a direction that you enjoy. Do something you think is cool. People will tag along. If they are already spending money, you come along and create a reaction and some of them will follow you and spend money on things that you talk about.

    When know how to create that reaction within a group of people that are spending money, then you will probably see money flowing to you. Don't put money on a pedestal. Remember that when you are doing the right things, the money will flow to you. And then you can expect it. Then money will circulate.
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  • Profile picture of the author hockmasm
    good inspirational post however you are just glossing over what it takes to make money online.

    5 sites, 5 products, 5 articles and that's it?

    no way! you need to pick low competition, high traffic keywords to target. there is a lot of research involved before you ever buy that first site. if you just do what you say, you'll fail a lot more than you win. if you research correctly keywords, you'll win 3-4 times for every 5. maybe not 1,000 per week on each site but a good chunk of change!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dr MaxIM
    This can work and I had something similar with adsense, but small sites go down in ranking pretty quickly. At least from my experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author nbsteuv
    What some people are missing is that this isn't meant to be a blueprint to marketing success. It's a paradigm shift. Instead of testing the waters with one site, one niche, one traffic source, etc., and giving up when it doesn't work, try a few at a time. Keep what works, change what doesn't, and ditch what REALLY doesn't. Keep testing and trying new things and the success you get from a few will by far overshadow what didn't work.
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    • Profile picture of the author cashp0wer
      This is a great idea but it does take much more work than just doing what you state. I wish that is all I had to do to make money online - that would be great!
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      • Profile picture of the author asiancasanova
        Originally Posted by Caleb D Miller View Post

        I like your analogy of how it is like dating girls. Guys focus on pickup lines and what does the girl like rather than being masculine and creating polarity with the girl.

        You gotta find something that has energy for you. Something where you do it, or talk about it, or make a video about it and you express yourself and it makes people REACT to you.

        You do something with enough expression and energy that people REACT to you. That does not necessarily mean money. But go somewhere where people are spending money, and use your enthusiasm and expression to get in the middle of the money spending and stir things up.

        Have a direction that you enjoy. Do something you think is cool. People will tag along. If they are already spending money, you come along and create a reaction and some of them will follow you and spend money on things that you talk about.

        When know how to create that reaction within a group of people that are spending money, then you will probably see money flowing to you. Don't put money on a pedestal. Remember that when you are doing the right things, the money will flow to you. And then you can expect it. Then money will circulate.
        Good shit!

        I can also see you understand a thing or 2 about girls, nice.

        The money-> pedestal and girl-. pedestal is a great analogy. Focus on connecting the product to the customer and you're gold.

        Originally Posted by SuperAffiliatesX View Post

        or just buy some ads on facebook -> fanpage -> lander -> offer -> profit.
        That's one of the ways I make money :p

        Most people are too scared of spending money on traffic.

        Originally Posted by hockmasm View Post

        good inspirational post however you are just glossing over what it takes to make money online.

        5 sites, 5 products, 5 articles and that's it?

        no way! you need to pick low competition, high traffic keywords to target. there is a lot of research involved before you ever buy that first site. if you just do what you say, you'll fail a lot more than you win. if you research correctly keywords, you'll win 3-4 times for every 5. maybe not 1,000 per week on each site but a good chunk of change!
        Eh sure there is more involved. I was talking to newbies who get overwhelmed and can't even make their first $100.

        This plan is very similar to what I did to make my first $100 AND $1000.

        Originally Posted by nbsteuv View Post

        What some people are missing is that this isn't meant to be a blueprint to marketing success. It's a paradigm shift. Instead of testing the waters with one site, one niche, one traffic source, etc., and giving up when it doesn't work, try a few at a time. Keep what works, change what doesn't, and ditch what REALLY doesn't. Keep testing and trying new things and the success you get from a few will by far overshadow what didn't work.
        Wow, you put it more eloquently than I did.

        Yes, its all about testing a lot of things and cutting what doesn't work and keeping and expanding on what does. This is exactly how super affiliates work.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    If you sell a $25 product, getting 4 sales to make $100 should be a walk in the park.

    Selling a $7 product to reach the same quota... you'd have to make 15 sales. I personally think the $25 is just as easy to sell as the $7 product. You'd get better quality customers also.
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    • Profile picture of the author asiancasanova
      IMO, its easier to sell physical products than info products.
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    • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      If you sell a $25 product, getting 4 sales to make $100 should be a walk in the park.

      Selling a $7 product to reach the same quota... you'd have to make 15 sales. I personally think the $25 is just as easy to sell as the $7 product. You'd get better quality customers also.
      Why not just sell one $100 product?
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyracks
    Its not that easy as said.
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    • Profile picture of the author GaurabBorah
      Originally Posted by Cyracks View Post

      Its not that easy as said.
      You won't know until you do it yourself. Take actions

      Its very doable and lots of them are already doing it including me.
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  • Profile picture of the author kavada
    Good stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author javanapoleon
    You must follow other people tips, that duplicate it. For better result, make it combine with other one tips..
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  • Profile picture of the author carldavies33
    To be honest it's quiet hard to make an income from blogs. Tried it FAIL!!! but your right persistants is key and dedication.
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    • Profile picture of the author Wik
      Originally Posted by carldavies33 View Post

      To be honest it's quiet hard to make an income from blogs. Tried it FAIL!!! but your right persistants is key and dedication.
      I used to have one blog, nothing went to well, I lost interest. When I started writing as a hobby, I broke my one blog into 4 blogs, all focusing on the same industry, but different segments of that market. Since then my traffic went up 5 times, I am seeing a steady growth in adsense revenue and infolinks. Also, since yesterday it seems that adsense shows more quality adverts that visitors to my site will like more.

      And this change came in 2 weeks, from 20 unique visitors to 200 in two weeks. So I will persist and aim for 2000 unique visitors a day, and then get my own advertisers.
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    • Profile picture of the author owenlee
      Originally Posted by carldavies33 View Post

      To be honest it's quiet hard to make an income from blogs. Tried it FAIL!!! but your right persistants is key and dedication.
      Do you know the reason why you fail? Willing to learn from mistakes and try again?

      Not trying to say anything but leaning from mistakes is the biggest learning curve..hope you find success in other methods..cheers
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      • Profile picture of the author asiancasanova
        If you can write a good review article that sounds unbiased, talks about pros and cons... you will make sales.

        Key is to also mention some of the cons.

        This blog post here talks about offer selection.
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        • Profile picture of the author icoachu
          Originally Posted by asiancasanova View Post

          If you can write a good review article that sounds unbiased, talks about pros and cons... you will make sales.

          Key is to also mention some of the cons.

          This blog post here talks about offer selection.
          True. Nothing fishier than a review that is only positive. Also, cross referencing other reviews (without traffic leaks) might be good too.
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  • Profile picture of the author JudithRussel
    Blogging is a hard way to make any money. It is the sort of thing you can do to fill in spare time but not as a full time thing. The only blogger I know who makes a lot of money just with his affiliate links on his blog is Pat Flyn.
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    • Profile picture of the author Wik
      Originally Posted by JudithRussel View Post

      Blogging is a hard way to make any money. It is the sort of thing you can do to fill in spare time but not as a full time thing. The only blogger I know who makes a lot of money just with his affiliate links on his blog is Pat Flyn.
      My thought pattern is that when I have fully developed my .com website it will be easier to kick start the traffic, 4 blogs feeding one website and then eventually evolve that site into 3-4 websites. Blogging is a good way to begin when skills are limited and cash flow is low.
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      • Profile picture of the author asiancasanova
        Originally Posted by Wik View Post

        I used to have one blog, nothing went to well, I lost interest. When I started writing as a hobby, I broke my one blog into 4 blogs, all focusing on the same industry, but different segments of that market. Since then my traffic went up 5 times, I am seeing a steady growth in adsense revenue and infolinks. Also, since yesterday it seems that adsense shows more quality adverts that visitors to my site will like more.

        And this change came in 2 weeks, from 20 unique visitors to 200 in two weeks. So I will persist and aim for 2000 unique visitors a day, and then get my own advertisers.
        Nice dude, keep it up.

        I would think bigger than adsense. Try selling actual products/services. More money in that.

        Originally Posted by JudithRussel View Post

        Blogging is a hard way to make any money. It is the sort of thing you can do to fill in spare time but not as a full time thing. The only blogger I know who makes a lot of money just with his affiliate links on his blog is Pat Flyn.
        Blogging for the sake of blogging with no direction is a sure way to failure. But if you blog with specific goals in mind... keywords, sales pages, etc.... then its great.

        Blogging is simply a communication platform, its all about how you use it.

        Originally Posted by Wik View Post

        My thought pattern is that when I have fully developed my .com website it will be easier to kick start the traffic, 4 blogs feeding one website and then eventually evolve that site into 3-4 websites. Blogging is a good way to begin when skills are limited and cash flow is low.
        Another good tactic. The benefit of having multiple blogs, especially somewhat related is that you can siphon traffic to which ever direction you want.
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        • Profile picture of the author PR Wizard
          Originally Posted by asiancasanova View Post

          Nice dude, keep it up.

          Blogging for the sake of blogging with no direction is a sure way to failure. But if you blog with specific goals in mind... keywords, sales pages, etc.... then its great.

          Blogging is simply a communication platform, its all about how you use it.

          Another good tactic. The benefit of having multiple blogs, especially somewhat related is that you can siphon traffic to which ever direction you want.
          I completely agree. When I was an IM newbie I thought all I had to do was put up some blogs, promote them and then voila! Money in the bank. Not quite.
          Now that I am a bit more seasoned I've realized that you MUST have a plan for your blog in order to make more than just $100 here and there. All of my blogs are centered around women's interests and I siphon traffic from one to the other just as you said. You can make money blogging, you just have to have a solid plan and tweak as necessary.
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  • Profile picture of the author DerekGann
    Nice idea but it's not so easy as said.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMSince2003
    That's a gross oversimplification of the process and the effort involved. You may have to build 100 sites to find the ONE site that makes you big money. Or, you may get lucky. However, 5 sites with 5 articles is probably going to get you $0.05/day from Adsense. That's what happens to most people, just look in the Adsense section of the forum
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    • Profile picture of the author kayoz
      I'm one of those "noobees". I'm not a newbee at internet, IT,m webdesign or graphics...or sales. I've made a good living with these for the past 5 years...turning that sales experience into online I seem to have hit a mental block. 5 -5 makes sense. you can't get to the 100 sites until you've built the 5...and from those five 6 and on will keep improving as you learn something, at least I hope that's the process. So far, buying product sure as hell isn't...all this product sold and newbees still can't get off the ground. There's something seriously wrong with this picture. Maybe some are looking for the silver bullet, I'm just looking for some real, genuine content...like google is...not a bunch of fluff, poorly spun and rewritten PRLs..or some they don't even bother to change the cover and copy off...Assuming everyone you're speaking to is stupid and won't catch it is really dumb. When I make my first $100, ..if I get to $1000 or more..I'll be extatic...it's been one hell of a rough long road to here...
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  • Profile picture of the author CazuaL
    Some great information here. Thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author freddyjrtips
    In my opinion ...

    The best way to make your first $100 online..

    is to promote a product that will earn you those $100 so if you make one sale in one day that's $100!!

    I like the way you explained this method - 5 sites and stuff...

    But now in these days... it is kind of hard to build successful micro niche sites - especially from scratch...and then make it a successful website...

    In today's internet marketing world....

    Blogging is the best way to make sales online - if you blogged daily for 3 to 6 months (consistently of course - daily!) - you will find out how much money blogging can earn you!

    I made my first $100 online thanks to blogging and all I did was some SEO + Blogging = Sales!

    I suggest people to just build one website and blog daily - with a little bit of search engine optimization and backlinks - you can generate traffic very fast!

    building 5 sites will be just too much work and since the search engines and people themselves like a site that has a lot of content - it will be much easier to put all of that content in one site.

    Thanks for sharing your method anyways!
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  • Profile picture of the author Deepak Media
    Building a site, publishing 10-15 articles in it and forgetting about it doesn't work anymore. Your analytic's graph line will be a nice downward slide.

    I would rather focus on owning an authority blog than a bunch of sites.

    Above all... it is cumbersome to manage so many sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author icoachu
      Originally Posted by Deepak Media View Post

      Building a site, publishing 10-15 articles in it and forgetting about it doesn't work anymore. Your analytic's graph line will be a nice downward slide.

      I would rather focus on owning an authority blog than a bunch of sites.

      Above all... it is cumbersome to manage so many sites.
      Good point, Deepak. Focused blogging helps turn content into traffic and traffic into content. Listening to your blog visitors= content which pulls even more traffic due to increased loyalty. People tend to be loyal to sites that listen to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author JBanis
    I think by far the easiest way for getting a $100 is in my sig file. I know, looks like a cheesy promo...but seriously, if you're in the US, this works!

    Most important aspect from all of this so far: you need to test so the idea of starting with 5 sites, from the testing perspective its not a bad concept.

    Another way to $100 is to offer a valuable service, at low prices first, and be good at it. Market yourself here at the WF in the services section etc..see what people need or want, do that thing (eg. article writing, linkbuilding, whatever it is) and offer this at competitive prices.

    So many ideas possible...
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  • Profile picture of the author danysh
    A good way to make your first 100$ (not passive income) is to use Fiverr services and offer them to people on other platforms (using Craigslist, Business forums and other listings) - buy for 5$ and sell for more (video for $50-100, Logos for $40-50 etc')
    Good enough distribution of ads and $100 profit is a couple of days is quite certain.
    You need to keep at it in order to turn it into a regular income stream though.
    Make sure you choose a highly rated service provider and use Plimus & Paypal for getting the payment.
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Great plan. The missing part in the plan by OP is how to generate traffic. Here's one awesome FREE traffic generation method: How To Get Free Website Traffic Part 1 | Make Money Blogging
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  • Profile picture of the author jaghananet
    How will you get traffic / seo to your sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Oh... there's always ebay too... say goodbye to the PS3 and flatscreen.
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  • Profile picture of the author fatcitygirl
    1 site can work if you do the research first. Find a product in a niche where people are looking for a solution to their problem and you'll make you're first $100 or more. Of course there's more to it then this but really, you can make money with only 1 site.
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  • Profile picture of the author osail
    It's a good tactic. I think your right on the "one site wonder" part. Putting a mass in is good as long as its focused on the same thing. Ex would be just sites catering to products vs sites catering to different styles of IM.

    Overall the best thing that anybody in IM is to take some action!
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  • Profile picture of the author maz1207
    Good idea. It sounds simple but it may take some time. The problem is getting traffic to our website. I don't think bookmarking alone will help us get's traffic maybe needs a little effort on others.
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  • Profile picture of the author irshad321
    Why not use 1 site and earn $100 instead of 100 sites? In one site you can easily focus more and more. 100 sites will make you confused.
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    • Profile picture of the author lindseyc
      Nice idea,but ill stick to my one site and many products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rodger Hood
    Good content, i will try to implement your idea of 5 websites 5 different products with 5 articles or more on each....
    Hope this will work!
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  • Profile picture of the author Vadimarket
    Hm.. So waste money on buying domains to promote all type of products with the hope that at least one of them succeeds? I don't know.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    Simply creating 5 page blogs and throwing a few bookmarks at them is probably why you are getting so many sites that fail.

    You need to create more pages, do some good on-page SEO, but not over optimize.

    Next you need some social media activity. You can do this by either creating your own accounts or putting social sharing buttons in key places on your site. I suggest both.

    Also, make sure your site has some good videos on it. People are too lazy to read long articles, but they will stay and watch a vid for long enough for google to consider your side worthy of rank increase.
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    • Profile picture of the author kstavert
      Originally Posted by Mark72 View Post

      Simply creating 5 page blogs and throwing a few bookmarks at them is probably why you are getting so many sites that fail.

      You need to create more pages, do some good on-page SEO, but not over optimize.

      Next you need some social media activity. You can do this by either creating your own accounts or putting social sharing buttons in key places on your site. I suggest both.

      Also, make sure your site has some good videos on it. People are too lazy to read long articles, but they will stay and watch a vid for long enough for google to consider your side worthy of rank increase.
      Please.... how does one get traffic to the sites???

      thanks Karen
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      • Profile picture of the author icoachu
        Originally Posted by kstavert View Post

        Please.... how does one get traffic to the sites???

        thanks Karen
        Very simple. Figure out your niche. Figure out forums and blogs that cater to your niche. Post around on those sites-don't share your link just yet. Keep posting until you establish credibility. Next, make sure your blog posts or site pages are relevant to the discussion and mention them there. Don't get too crazy. Mention them sparingly. The key is to foster DISCUSSION, CONTRIBUTE REAL CONTENT, and BUILD COMMUNITY.
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  • Profile picture of the author jape
    I don't see how that will work. You're on the right track but it's not that simple.
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  • Profile picture of the author quesquaya
    Originally Posted by asiancasanova View Post

    No, its not hard.

    Create 5 websites and promote 5 different products.
    This is exactly what I thought of doing... thanks for the re-enforcement of this idea..
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ten
    I don't think that it is quite as easy as you make it out to be, OP.
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    To use this method, make sure to choose keywords with low competition to easy rank.
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  • Profile picture of the author kstavert
    Originally Posted by asiancasanova View Post

    No, its not hard.

    Create 5 websites and promote 5 different products.

    Most likely you'll have a bunch of your websites fail. But that 1 JUST the 1 is all you need for success.

    Its tough to match demand, competition, and profitability when creating sites.

    Sometimes you enter an overly competitive niche.

    Sometimes you enter an unprofitable niche, even though you can get good traffic.

    Etc.

    That's why you need at least 5 sites. The people that make 1 site and succeed and makes lots of money is RARE... like winning the lottery... but maybe better odds than that.

    Success is in the process, not in the lucky 1 hit wonder.

    Making your first $100 is really not that hard. Making your $1000 is not that hard either. Its making a consistent $1000 a week/month that takes a lot of dedication.

    Its like dating girls. A lot of guys get really tripped up with "What to say" or "How to best approach" when in reality that's the least important and easiest part of the interaction.

    Make your first $100 before getting all confused and overwhelmed with the rest of internet marketing.

    Here's the plan.

    5 websites. 5 different products. 5 articles or more each.

    Social bookmark each article.

    You'll need a convincing review article.

    People make this harder than you think.

    All you have to do is looking some super competitive product... add "review" to the keyword and look at the top results. Then simple model your review articles to ones you already find in the top search results.

    Done.

    Get your ass working son!
    That all sounds great and really doable... I'm making bunches
    of different sites...

    I have no list... How do I get traffic to these wonderful sites?
    Thanks Karen
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    Thanks for the anologies
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    3 things on how to make your first $100 very quickly...or as quickly as you want.

    1) LIST BUILDING
    2) LIST BUILDING
    3) LIST BUILDING

    I think by now you get my drift
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