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24 Jun 09 4:13 am
When starting any business, the desire to sustain its long-term viability should outweigh the simple goal to just earn money.
While profit is one of the main reasons for getting into a business in the first place, keeping it alive is a separate matter altogether.
That's why your motivation to keep at it shouldn't be dampened in times of low earnings.
Just because you're having a particularly bad week or month, it doesn't mean that you should pack up and abandon your efforts.
As such, you'll find that getting started is going to be an uphill effort, but you'll find it easier to do once you've gathered enough momentum.
For instance, once you've created your first website, you should have familiarized yourself with the bare basics and you'll surely spend a much shorter amount of time developing the succeeding websites because you've already gone through the motions of getting started.
The Affiloblueprint course clearly explains everything you need to know. Simply follow the video and you won't go wrong. I also advise you to take advantage of this forum and ask the questions about the things that you don't understand. There are generous people here willing to help you with whatever inquiry you have.
Lastly, you can also look into doing some inbound marketing. Just take it one step at a time and everything will fall into place.