Let’s be honest with each other…if you want to make money online you either need to put some time and effort into your project, or have substantial capital to outsource things needed to make it happen.
That is how it works… If someone tells you otherwise they are lying to you.
Sure, there are methods or loopholes that you can exploit, but in reality you are just chasing smoke and mirrors and not building a real business.
The worst thing you can do is keep getting sidetracked and doing too many things at once. The internet marketing industry is flooded with product launches, magic formulas, or some 1-click software products that can make money simply appear in your bank account …lol
The fact that people actually believe the claims made on some of the sales letters you see for selling Clickbank products is really sad. What’s even worse is that this is going to continue for as long as people keep buying that junk.
Anyway, in this post I want to give you a simple plan that you can execute to start building the capital required to make it big.
One of the easiest ways I know to make bank is to build simple sites making $200-$500 per month and flip them for 8-12 months of income. That’s it …stick with that plan for the next 6 months and watch your bank account grow.
So how do you start?
Well, you need to come up with a plan first. You need to do some research to find a niche market you can enter.
Again I always recommend going after health niches. Health CPA offers convert extremely well and pay decent money per conversion.
If you think about it, you only need about 10-20 sales per month, in order to be ready to flip the site and walk away. That goal is easily achievable even if you are on a low budget.
The first thing I would do is go and sign up with a few CPA networks that run health offers.
Once you are approved to run their offers, you need to find 2-3 products that you are going to promote. It’s important to ask your affiliate manager which offers are hot and convert well. You can also research that yourself by looking up the competition and analyzing the search volume these products generate.
The next step is to register a domain name and get a hosting account. I always recommend using WordPress for all your review sites simply because it’s easy to optimize.
Now you need to get some content for your site. You can write it yourself or find a good content writer to do it for you.
Review each product you are going to promote and optimize your posts so that they can rank higher. Include your main keyword in your title and meta description. Don’t spam your reviews with too many key phrases within the body of your content. You are writing the post for real human visitors.
The next step is to get backlinks and rank the site. Remember you only need 10-20 sales to sell the website. To achieve that you don’t even have to be on the front page of Google for the obvious main key phrases. Once your site gets indexed and starts ranking, you will discover that long tail phrases can also make sales 🙂
These long keyphrases can be found by simply tracking your traffic, which can be done with a free WordPress plugin called WP SlimStat.
The site should start making money within 1-2 months. As soon as you have some stats to show some income proof it’s time to get rid of it.
Go to Flippa.com and list the site for sale. If your site is making $200/month you can easily sell it for at least $2,000.
That’s all there is to it.
If you are not getting the big picture here, let me explain a bit more. That $2k you just made should go to a separate bank account. Start a new website and follow the same plan. It doesn’t always have to be a site promoting health offers (but they do convert well). When you flip your next website you will have $4k or even more in that bank account.
Build up your capital to $10k and then either completely outsource the plan, or jump into something you always wanted to do but had no money to start.
When you have a decent capital a lot more opportunities open up for you. You can start buying traffic, develop products of your own, or just scale up what you are doing now.
Anyway, this is what I would do if I had a low monthly budget to work with in today’s online marketplace. The problem is that most people want results overnight, but don’t have any money to invest or are too lazy to actually put in some time and effort.
It takes money to make money so getting your capital built up is crucial to your success.