19 Jun 09
08 Nov 09 1:23 am
It is tough but possible. I think there are 2 parts to consider
1 how much time are you putting into your business. the more you put in focused work (and learning time does not count) the faster your business will grow. It takes time and effort, or investing money and patience to make an affiliate business work.
2. how much do you have to make to be able to reinvest in your business, and replace your current income. When I started, I was working a minimum wage job. Then I got laid off from it. It has been a struggle, but after 5 months i am starting to see results.
And that is a good thing because the progress I see here is much better than the lack of luck I have had trying to find another job. In the end it is all worth the effort it takes. I don't make a lot online yet, but If my recent activity keeps consistent, I can stop looking for a job and focus on my affiliate sites.
If you are new don't focus so much on quitting your job, or how much money you are making. If you were training for a job, you would spend years learning in school before expecting to see the kind of money you want. check out this post I recently made about what you should focus on when starting your new site. Basically you need to focus on what you are achieving and what you can control.
Not sure how to do the hyperlink in the forums, it is different than HTML code. oh well. i will learn. Good luck.
Your Focus Determines Your Reality