Posts tagged ‘how to make money’

How to Jumpstart Your Internet Income, Immediately

March 24th, 2009

Hey everyone: I’ve been asked to post about my experience with Clickbank and Commission Blueprint, although I don’t have a writer logon yet.  They just wanted me to write this asap:

I have two internet stores and a blog, slowly building my income — but that did me no good under the circumstances a while back.  My wife – and my bank account –said: “That’s all well-and-good baby, but we need money now.” The question was — and I know it’s a question many of you have  –is: HOW DO I MAKE THE MOST MONEY I CAN NOW, QUICKLY, AT THIS MOMENT?” Here is the answer I found:

Statistically, the highest single-transaction-way to make money is to be an affiliate on Clickbank (or CJ, but I’ll write about that later). On Clickbank you can get $20.00 commission on a single order. Some products offer $30.00 or more PER TRANSACTION. So, bottomline, the fastest way to maximize income online is to be an expert with Clickbank. AND the winners are the ones who have the edge — the knowledge of how to implement the most-profitable campaigns.

I found the best source for this edge: Commission Blueprint, it’s hands down the best.  I disagree with them about web page know-how — maybe later — there’s no time for that now. After you have learned the mastery of Commission Blueprint, you can go to places like  ipowerweb to create the sites/pages that you need (easy stuff). Also if you need a tutorial on Adwords here’s the  best book (a great Dummies book).  But for now check out Commission Blueprint and get started! It’s the fastest way to fill your bank account. (They talk about how they made $109,151 in 30 days days off just one Clickbank product.)

Daniel Coldren

Contributor, Rich Dog Millionaire.com

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Get Paid in Dollars, Pay in Rupees, Live on Pesos

March 21st, 2009

You may have heard this before — it’s the mantra of the “new rich,” the advantage of a truly global economy/life. Tim Ferris is an expert on it and discusses it in his book, which we reviewed. What this means is that most people live on the same currency, a sort of “one-dimensional” existence, so to speak: you make X US dollars a month, you live in a place that charges you X US dollars a month, and you pay your employees/contractors/etc X US dollars a month. But let’s say you still made X US dollars every month but instead of living in a medicore apartment for $1,000-$2,000/month, you lived in a beachfront house  in Mexico or somewhere in South America for less than half of what you pay for your current pad. Further, let’s say you outsource labor, using a personal assistant in India, like Ferris explains. Suddenly those US dollars you make are worth a lot more. It’s like you’ve tripled or quadruped your income. Instead of waiting until you’re old to retire and travel the world; you can do it now, as a life. You just have to figure out how to make those US dollars keep flowing in (and that’s basically what this site is about)… BTW when we say dollars, rupees , and pesos — they are just examples to illustrate the point. (When we were writing this post, our friend insisted we say Euros instead of dollars.) And who knows, maybe dollars will eventually be the new peso, the way things have been going.

(Original content by www.richdogmillionaire.com)

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Book Review: “Internet Riches” by Scott Fox

March 14th, 2009

“The Simple Money-Making Secrets of Online Millionaires”

This is really the best time to start up an internet business. This past Friday was the 20th birthday of the internet and, after two decades, the world wide web has matured into a technology that has changed the way we live.  Between 2006 (when this book was originally published) and 2010, online retail sales will have doubled (from $172 billion to $329 billion per year). The internet is — at this moment — the single, best opportunity for business success.

Writer Scott Fox, an e-commerce consultant, shows you how relatively easy — and inexpensive — it can be. In the beginning of the book, he lists the difference between the first-year startup costs of a traditional “brick and mortar” retail business and an online retail business. The traditional retail business would cost you between $35,000 and $250,000. How much for an online retail startup? Less than $1,000.

“Internet Riches” reminds us of the big opportunity on the internet: niche marketing. Fox interviews many e-commerce entrepreneurs “from all walks of life”:

** “How Matt makes six figures a year selling top-quality products without owning any inventory or even leaving his house in Spartanburg, South Carolina.”

** “How Geneviere, a recent college graduate, has built a nationwide company by simply creating a website that matches parents and babysitters.”

**”Sid, a former grocery-store meat department manager in a small Midwestern town, who built a major international web-based business around his favorite game: shooting pool.”

Fox has several great examples like these (including some folks who blog for a living). The rest of the book includes good, basic information on how to start up your online business, from acquiring domain names to building easy, basic websites. He also writes about various opportunities, such as CafePress, which we wrote about here.

This book will get your wheels turning, with real ways of turning your expertise or passion into a money-making online business. Check it out: Internet Riches: The Simple Money-making Secrets of Online Millionaires

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