Last week, when I put out an email telling people to ask me any questions and I’d help however I could, I got one in particular that stood out that was just so generic…I didn’t feel like I could help.
I don’t want to pick on this reader, because it was well meaning, but what it boiled down to was:
“I want to get into business but am having problems with money.”
Again, not to pick on this reader, but what advice can I possibly give in this situation?
“Well…make more money?”
A better way to phrase that would have been to talk about skills he does or doesn’t have, provide some insight into his situation. Lots of people in the world have money problems. There’s not really any advice to give in that case except to make more money. Doesn’t do anyone an ounce of good to hear that advice. It just makes them mad.
Does this make sense?
If you are going to someone for advice, get specific with your questions so that they will want to help you.
Ask generic questions and get generic answers.
Now, listen up, as this is mucho importante:
My specific advice, right now, if you need to make money and want to use the internet to do it:
It sucks, but it will definitely put money in your pocket faster than most other things.
But, let’s say you have some more time on your hands and are looking for a more long-term and passive project.
Enter my program, “Noob Niche Site”.
It’s a quick system to get you online and rolling with a small content niche site, writing about something that interests you.
I usually sell this program for $119 — but you can have it until tomorrow night for just $28. You’ve got just over 24 hours to act.
Here’s where to get it:
Keep causing trouble,
PS: In the nature of full transparency, niche sites are not as easy as they used to be. Google has played a lot of games, and frankly, I think Google’s plan is just to attempt to eventually take over the internet. It’s still possible to make money, but it’s no cakewalk.
PPS: Unless you truly truly work hard, making a full-time living off of one niche site is likely not possible for most. And, this course is for beginners. You should consider this a way to attempt to make a few hundred dollars a month, as well as building skills for the future (web design, copywriting, general knowledge of affiliate marketing). Do not expect it to put food on the table next week. For the record, don’t expect any business to do that.
PPPS: Amazon just yesterday announced that affiliates of their program would be knocked from 8% commissions to 3% commissions in some categories. I’ve never recommended focusing just purely on Amazon, and this is why. Thankfully, NNS explains far beyond building basic biyatch Amazon sites.