Simple Online Business
If you've wanted to make money online, or use the net to get more customers or clients for your existing offline business, I want to ask you one question...
If you could start your own online business,
in just a week or two,
with almost no expense to get started...
Would you do it?
If you said yes, I've got some good news for you.
From: Michelle K. Brouse & YOUR NAME
August 4, 2007
Yes, you really can get your own Internet business started in just a few weeks. It's a lot simpler than you might think.
Before I go any further, I want to make it clear that I am not talking about shady "get rich quick" schemes or questionable biz-opps or low-paying "work at home" plans. I'm also not talking about selling other people's products through drop-shipping or affiliate programs.
I'm talking about you selling your own products, that you create. I'm talking about a real business, with real products that you can be proud of. And a real potential for significant long-term income.
I can't say. I don't know you personally. The real question to ask yourself is, how much do you want, and how badly do you want it?
I have friends who only put in a few hours and make a few hundred extra each month. They see it as a fun and easy way to add to their retirement investments. I have friends who make thousands a month. And I have other friends who make tens of thousands a month.
All of it online. And almost without exception, every single person I've ever met who made a serious income online started with one of the ideas you're about to learn.
What you make personally depends on you, your goals and your willingness to do a little creative thinking. I can tell you that the amount of work involved is probably a lot less than you think right now.
I'm not going to give you fairy stories here, though. Some people will try this and fail. It happens. They don't listen, or they get stuck on one idea and refuse to try something else when it's clear the first one won't work.
Worse, they try to create something that no-one else in the whole world cares about. Instead of adjusting their approach and giving people what they already want, these folks try and "educate the market."
Be warned: Even the most experienced and well-funded marketers won't touch that sort of thing. People want what they want, and they don't want someone telling them what they should want. Especially when that someone just happens to be selling it...
Other than just not trying, the single biggest cause of failure in online business is trying to sell something no-one wants.
If you can keep that one thing in mind, your odds of making a lot of money online just went way up.