Why People Don’t Make Money Online

start a business I help people make money online. I prefer helping people wanting to start and run an Internet-based business. Sure, I offer assistance to those chasing “the dream” of fast riches and quick returns with little work. However, my goal is developing a sustainable business I can operate anywhere I have an Internet connection.

The wife and I enjoy travel and spend as much time as possible away from our California home base. Wherever we go I have my laptop along and usually put in a few hours a day working online. It’s easy to do because I enjoy working at my online business. I usually awaken earlier than most and put in a couple of productive hours before others are up and about.  There’s always something to do to advance my business position.

The number one reason many people don’t make money online is they don’t ask for the order.

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3 Types of Twitter Ads Getting Blog Traffic

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Never forget: Traffic is the fuel running your Internet business engine.

Your primary business goal is to create customers. I should say ‘create repeat customers’.  That is how you build a business paying you week after week, month after month, year after year. The key to selling online is traffic. Twitter ads generate good traffic and should be part of your marketing mix.

Anyone can sell something online. I have a revenue stream selling on Amazon and eBay. You can sell something online easily. Try it today. Look around your home or apartment for something of value that you no longer need. Put it on Craig’s List and I bet you sell it in a few days.

I mention Craig’s list because that is the easiest method. Run your ad. Then buyers contact you.  You meet and exchange the item for cash. No checks, please. Cash only.  

Although I and others make money selling on Amazon and other e-commerce sites, my sustainable business takes another direction. However, the process is similar.

In all my Internet businesses I seek to optimize and automate the processes. I use Buffer, a free utility, to post many times a day on social media. That’s automation.

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Why Your Blog is Failing

 

This is an excellent article sent me by HostGator. HostGator hosts my many web sites. I recommend using them. I experience no problems as reported by users of other web hosts.

HostGator has a great library of helpful articles such as this. This blog post is an example of content curation. I’m posting an article from another source and adding some text to it.

By posting this HostGator article I’m helping HostGator’s SEO. Make it a goal to post online content people want to share. Good content trumps all other SEO tactics.

Now, for the advice at hand . . . read this article and learn how to achieve greater return from you blogging efforts.

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When you start blogging it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and visions of building a massive readership and finally being able to quit your day job. It’s easy to get hyped on the idea of blogging, only to get discouraged when you don’t see results immediately.

Blogging isn’t for those seeking overnight results. However, if it’s been six months or longer and you feel like your blog is dead, then there could be a few things you’re doing wrong.

Below we dive into a few large-scale reasons your blog is failing and give a few recommendations for how you can fix these issues.

We won’t be talking about things like adding social media buttons or images to your posts. We’re talking about the bigger stuff.

 

  1. You’re Writing About The Wrong Things

When it comes to creating a blog people actually want to read, you need to write about things that make people care. For instance, if you’re using your blog as a personal journal and aren’t providing any grounded real-world wisdom, then there’s no reason for readers to stick around.

Who is your target audience? And how can you serve them with your content?

Get out of your own head and into the needs of your audience. The more you can write about things your audience cares about the more they’ll read and share your content.

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6 tips for creating content to capture short attention spans

 

Do emails and posts keep you interested. Or do your eyes glaze over reading posts and emails?

M-E-G-O.

Mine Eyes Glaze Over was a common classroom malady of mine. I’m a bottom-line person with the attention span of a gnat.

“Get to the point!”, cries out in my head.

Hemingway wrote short sentences and paragraphs of a couple of lines. And Earnest wrote at the 5th grade level. Many English professors said I wrote in choppy sentences. Some appreciated my writing.

My writing fans gave me better grades.

Those favoring what made laborious reading did not.

The Internet is the cause of poor reading and writing habits, some say. Communicate well and you’ll succeed online. No matter what your topic or goal.

The written word communicates ideas. The Internet connects people with content. We must remove barriers between us and our audience. That’s the quickest path to making money online.

Here’s an interesting article from Search Engine Watch. Please read how you can communicate better. Getting to the point of your post and keeping eyes on the page is ultimate SEO.

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Do You Have A Tribe?

Working online means many hours in isolation. We sit at our laptop or desktop working at our online business. Usually at home or a handy place like Starbucks. Getting work done requires concentration and blocking out chatter and other people.

We’re social animals by nature and staying in touch digitally isn’t 100% satisfying. Our digital friends are part of our tribe – or we’re part of a larger tribe together. But nothing beats face-to-face contact. Shared experiences bring great rewards.

We all benefit from association with the right people. Who are the right people? How do we meet them? How do they add dimension to our lives? What are the qualities of those you want to have in your circles?

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