I always say that making money online isn’t hard – but it requires hard work. Hard work like trying to find out the best way to do certain things and how to really expand, and succeed. If I had to start all over again I’d do a lot of things differently – and I mean a lot of things. But we all have to suffer our own setbacks to really appreciate how far we’ve come. (Or so I’m told at least;-) So here’s what I would do if I was completely new to making money online.
I will give you one example. If you Google search the words “beginner make money online” 630,000 results come up. If you Google search the words “make money online” over 16 million results come up.
A good idea is to read and subscribe to online Like and follow me and articles relevant in your niche. By doing this you open yourself up to new information and opportunities.
You can literally blog online blogs about anything and everything you can imagine. Cooking, weight loss, being a stay at home mom, marketing, celebrity gossip, photography, and business are just a few examples but the possibilities are truly endless.
Furthermore, with blogs, you could adjust the settings so that each entry would be located in one separate web page. This means that if you publish 100 entries, all of which contain a link to your main website, you’d have 100 back links just like that!
This is a good way to become rich online, as it has great potential compared to normal retailers. Online shops open your business up to larger markets. You are able to offer goods cheaper as you have no store running costs. In fact your running costs will be substantially lower than store fronts. Also by setting up an online store you are subjecting yourself to less risk, therefore it’s the perfect platform for small businesses looking to grow.
Take as much care writing a pitch for a blogger as you do for a national magazine, TV show, or other outlet. Many bloggers don’t respond because they get blase pitches that treat them like the sewer rat of media. Not cool.