Have you ever wanted to have your own business? It’s never been easier.
There are a lot of so called “Gurus” out there trying to get you to purchase the latest and greatest product, so you can be raking in thousands of dollars with the click of a mouse.
Well, that’s just not going to happen, not today, tomorrow or ever. Making money online is not simple.
I know, I chased my tail, trying program after program with little or no success. And lost plenty of money besides.
This is not a get rich quick scheme, you will have to do your due diligence and sometimes it will be frustrating. But it can be done.
Step number 1.
Find a niche Find something to sell. What? Do you have a hobby, a sport that interests you, children, grandchildren, or something you have a great interest in.
It could be golf, basketball, skiing, swimming, gardening, knitting. It could be almost anything. You get the picture.
If you are a parent, or grandparent you could use the safety of baby products. That’s one idea, just put your thinking cap on and brainstorm different ideas. What you will come up with, is called , a niche.
Don’t decide on health. That’s much to broad.
Maybe in the health field, weight loss. But what type of weight loss. Weight loss after having a baby, belly fat gone, tone your legs.
Along those lines. Be vey specific with your niche. The more specific with your niche, the better your chances of success.
If people are looking for something or a solution to something, someone will fill that need. Your job is to help people fill their needs.
Step number 2.
Create your website
Years ago, if you wanted a website, you would have to get someone that designed website for a living. That was their expertise. And it wasn’t cheap.
The average person was clueless about htlm and code, as I am right now. But the guesswork has been taken out of building a website and the process is very simple.
And it can be done for free. Check out this link to see how it’s done in a few minutes.
The reason why it is so inexpensive to get started is based on a few things. First you don’t need a brick and mortar building, which can get very expensive to own or rent. Then you need something to sell, “inventory”.
Also you will need equipment to run you business, supplies, employees, etc. That’s just to get started.
I used to own a hair salon and there was a lot of equipment involved. Sinks, hydraulic chairs, dryers, towels, etc. That can be a big expense. Not including all the supplies just to get started.
Just think if you could be in business with just a computer and internet connection.
Maybe a few minor costs to get set up, wouldn’t that be much easier, no products to invest in, no employees to deal with, no leases to worry about, none of the problems of a regular business.
It doesn’t get any easier or more hassle free than that.
Step number 3
Where do you get the proper training? The internet has a wealth of free information about this type of business, called affiliate marketing.
You could learn everything you need by searching for hours and weeks, but the easiest way would be to sign up for Wealthy Affiliate.
Wealthy Affiliate is an in-depth course that will teach you everything you need to get started and it’s FREE.
No credit card required.
Read my review of Wealthy Affiliate and you will see the value in this program. There is a lot of work involved, it’s not a free ride, like the “Gurus” say, but it is an honest program with a massive support group.
I have been in the program a few years now and I’m still finding new things to learn and different avenues to explore. This is a great training program and if you just follow all the lesson and complete the tasks at the end you can have serious success.
Plus the people you get acquainted with, that give you a helping hand along the way, are phenomenal.
Drawbacks There are very few drawbacks that I see.
- Lack of drive and determination
- No desire to be successful.
- Not willing to spend the time.
- Being independent
- Be your own boss
- Make own hours
- Can work anywhere
- No capital needed
Free to join: State of the art training.
Build a real business.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below and I will be sure to get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you, Deanna