Tom11980 wrote:This is my new site that I am working on and I think it is much much better. I know that I need to do more work on the other one but I thought about this niche and could not help myself let me know what you think? http://getridofmyzits.com and I think the name is much better all the way around I really like the way it looks. I have also found much better keywords.
dewey wrote:I hate to make this thread stretch to eternity, but I have to say I agree. I totally got burnt on my first site, working hours and hours and hours...into the night I toiled, and nerry a dollar I had to show for it. I must have worked 6 or 7 hours a day after my "real" job, and on weekends, just on that site, for months. I still don't have any cash for it, but I've got a little bit of a better idea of what to do with the next one. I'm hoping that eventually, I'll make enough distinctions to actually make some $$$, but it can be a long road.
I'm not sure how these ultra-marketer guys who report they make $25,000 in a week do it. It seems most of the money in IM comes from doing product launches. The super-marketers get all their friends together to help them announce a new product in a massive coordinated strike. I was looking at Alexa rankings the other day, and noticed an internet marketer was at #2 for the whole web...yes...the whole web. It was some kind of a "make easy money with Google" product. I wondered what kind of coordination and timing it must have taken to hit that high of a level of traffic in such a short time, how much it cost, and what the profit was.
I'm getting the feeling what we're doing is kind of small potatoes as far as profits go. (Hence why Mark suggests making a bunch of sites that all make relatively little). Still, I'm glad to have done it and at least gotten my feet wet so at least whatever happens, I will know I gave it my all before I said it works or it doesn't. If it does work, at least it's something you can keep doing to add to your profits, and those profits are mostly residual, which is cool. The only question is how long does it take to get to those profits? I'll tell you...I don't know.
Still, let everyone know how things are going! And don't burnt out. It's a lot to learn at first. You'll eventually make your first sale, and it will be awesome.
Joyce583 wrote:I'm outsourcing the article writing, but I always do a big edit job of what I receive. I'm getting into a good routine though and using ppc, while I had some stressful times at first, has been very helpful for me. I'm making a good few sales a day now and am making about 60% profit consistently. I'm so glad I found this.
Tom11980 wrote:Yes!! That looks great thank you so much. I really hope I can get this down like you. How did you get so good?
ctownmoney wrote:why is it so hard to get my website on affilorama please help
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