Think Small: An Easier Way To Making Money Online

nest egg 150x150 Think Small: An Easier Way To Making Money OnlineRecently, I discovered a 78 page Report that was so impactful that it quickly occurred to me that this might be of real interest to our customers and List members, many of whom are looking for an easier way to make money online.

I won’t let the cat completely out of the bag, because you really need to get this Report. But as I read it, I realized that the obstacles many people face in achieving the success they desire fall into one of the following categories.

  • Too many distractions
  • Too many opportunities
  • A sense of overwhelm from all that needs to be done
  • Too little time
  • Lack of focus
  • Things taking too long to get done
  • A frustration every time they tried to apply someone else’s system
  • An inability to reach the monthly Revenue goals they set for themselves

As I look back on our last 2 years online, I know I’ve fallen into several of those categories. And it was difficult, at times, to get back on track. It seems that only when I had a framework (that made sense to me) to take appropriate action did I find a solution.

Hit Singles Over and Over Again

I believe that this Report presents such a framework. The key concept is that instead of trying for the big $ Homerun, you might focus on singles…one at a time, over and over again.

As we look around, our internet marketing world is full of evidence of the big name marketers hitting their product launches out of the park with their $1,997 price tags and Affiliate lists into the hundreds of thousands. How can we resist wanting a piece of that?

What is the element that prevents people from being successful? Often, it is having a Revenue goal that is beyond their current ability to accept…and maybe even create! 

Here’s an example. Let’s say you have a Revenue goal of $6,000/month. And your first steps at getting there had you creating products with a $300 price tag (less Sales volume required, right?). You promoted it and you fell far short of the 20 people required to reach your goal. But even if you did reach it, you have to do it again next month. 1 major product a month. That is a lot to ask.

So now, you try a new approach, where you break it down into a daily figure…$200/day. A lot more manageable, right? But wait. After a few days, you realize that you aren’t getting enough consistent sales of your own product or affiliate promotions to sustain even that.

Could it be that you haven’t ramped up your acceptance meter enough to be able to create that income…or built your underlying marketing base enough to sustain that?

Let’s Do the Math

That’s what this Report is all about. In a nutshell, what if your goal was to build a sustainable Revenue stream of just $5/day (surely everyone can accept that?), take an entire week to do so…and then do it all over again.

Do the math..that’s $5/day times 50 weeks (and 50 new income streams, allowing for vacation) = $250/day at the end of a year. That’s $7,500/month. Perhaps a more acceptable way to exceed the Revenue goal. And…utilizing a process that might just solve those problems we outlined in the beginning of this Article.

 OK, isn’t it time to check out the Report?

Tell me what you think. Post your comments below...

  1. Billie

    I read the report yesterday and related to so much. I am only 90 days into the Internet Marketing World and have only in the past few days been able to reduce the anxiety I feel as I try to learn all that is needed to succeed online. Just last week I made a list and decided to concentrate on one thing at a time and finish it. I still have lots of things to accomplish but I’m feeling better about the small steps I’m taking. Thanks for the great follow-up article to the report.

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  2. Mynders

    You are definitely not alone. I don’t think I’ve ever run across anyone…myself included…who hasn’t had to face their own version of Internet Anxiety.

    The Report details one very viable strategy to do so.

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