Do you set goals for your online business? Hopefully you do. But rather than focusing on things that you want to get (like 10,000 visitors or $10,000 of income) try focusing your goals on the actions that will help you get to that point.
Early on in my years as an online marketer I set goals like getting 100,000 visitors in a month or making $5,000 in a month. I’ll refer to them as “milestone” goals because they are focused on achieving a certain level or milestone. These goals didn’t really help me very much because I didn’t have a plan to reach the milestones. Sure, milestone goals can provide some motivation and can certainly help to feel a sense of accomplishment when you reach one of them, but it’s more effective to set goals of completing or achieving specific actions.
One of the changes that I’ve made in my business over the years is related to outsourcing work. When I first started managing my own websites and blogs I did everything myself. Over the years I began to outsource more and more of the work, and it’s helped to free up more of my time, and ultimately outsourcing work has helped to make my business more profitable.
Outsourcing can seem like a pretty intimidating topic if you’ve never tried it, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming or scary. In this article I want to take a look at some tips that can help you to get started with outsourcing.
If you follow the blogging or internet marketing niche you know that there are tons of blogs out there publishing content that focuses on this audience.
Some of these bloggers have actually made money, and others haven’t.
Some use a lot of hype, and others don’t.
When you’re trying to learn how you can actually go about making money online it’s a challenge to know who you should listen to. With that in mind, I’d like to point out 10 bloggers that I follow and admire. I admire them for different reasons, but in general they all treat their readers with respect and place a priority on providing the highest quality content possible.
Being able to earn a living from blogging is a career change that many people would welcome. Creating a blog is easy, anyone can do it. Making money from a blog, on the other hand, is something that most people are never able to accomplish.
You don’t need to have any highly technical skills or incredibly rare experience in order to achieve your blogging dreams, but you will need some dedication. There are a number of different ways to make money with a blog, and all of them will require some work. In this article we’ll take a look at how you can go about deciding on a strategy for monetizing your own blog.
When it comes to making money online there are a lot of different opportunities and approaches that you can take. Some of the most popular options like AdSense, affiliate programs, and direct ad sales are popular in part because they are not that difficult to set up. Of course, you need a website with some traffic or a mailing list, but setting up these monetization methods is relatively quick and easy.
While there is plenty of opportunity to earn money with these methods, and they are all methods that I use in my own business, selling your own products brings some benefits that you simply cannot get from these other methods.
When it comes to the topic of selling a website or a blog you may hear very opposite views from different people. Some will tell you that you should never sell a website that is making you money, and others will say that selling a website is a great way to make some cash. Like most things in life, there is no right or wrong answer for all situations. You’ll need to evaluate your own situation and your options to determine what is right for you.
In this article we’ll cover some of the most convincing reasons why you might want to sell, and also some of the most convincing reasons why you might not want to sell.