For as long as you have been trying to make a living online, you’ve been told that the reason marketing on the internet is so powerful is because the internet provides such huge reach that you could literally tap into a global audience to sell your products to, right? You’ve been told that the internet is the “Great Equalizer.” New York SEO told that because of the web anyone that has the will and an internet connection can compete with corporate America or at least the fortune 500. But to do it you’ll have to go get tons of traffic from the search engines, or even pay for that traffic one click at a time, or spend months even years trying to rank on the first page. All the while, you’ve been told to set up a blog, set up social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. If none of that worked your were told to be patient, to test, to tweak, to remember all that effort would pay off someday. So how’s that been working out for you, you know that waiting for it to happen sort of thing? My statistics tell me mmm…not so good.
Let me ask you something, how much would $1,000 extra dollars a month do for your life. Would it help? Would it pay your car payment, your student loans, would it let you work less overtime? What about an extra $2500 a month? That’s a pretty decent mortgage right there, it’s college tuition, or perhaps covers some overdue medical bills. And over the course of a year it’s paying off a credit card or three, it”s the start of a journey to becoming debt free. Now how about an extra $6,000 per month?! That number is getting a little bit ridiculous, isn’t it? Maybe not. Here’s the thing, “you’ve been told that you can make money with the internet because it’s so big you’ll end up with at least something.”
You should not feel bad if the old way not working, because in this article I’m about to show you what your real target should be, and how when you aim for this target you can hit it over and over again. The information I’m about to give you is about a week old. It’s the response to a survey of 50,000 people who are trying to make some extra money online. Now 75% of people that responded self-identified themselves as intermediate or advanced internet business owners. Also about the same percentage said they have been doing this for 2 years. This is where it turns ugly, they earn an average of less than $1,000. Well, something is wrong, something has to be wrong. In the rest of the article I want to show you why what you’ve been told to do to make money has only ended up creating a large group of very skilled and poorly paid people who know a lot about internet marketing, but still have not created a successful business.