What I mean is to take someone who has the knowledge, but not time, and put them to work with someone who has the time, but not the knowledge. That way, both can change their circumstances, so that they both learn together and both create more time together. Two people working together can produce far more than each one separately, so 1 + 1 = 3 (possibly even 4).
2. Smart(er) SEO. Getting your brand to the top of search engine results is something every business wants. Still, optimizing your website and online content isn’t always top priority when it comes to marketing. Too many business owners think it requires a complex knowledge of programming. It really comes down to finding the right tools, understanding keywords, revising website and blog structure, and regularly creating content.
I know it’s part of Shareasale, but Wayfair might be worth mentioning. They’re a huge site (mainly home & garden and pets) and actually have a better selection than Amazon in a lot of categories. I used them successfully on an old home furnishings site I had since Amazon’s selection of products was lacking in this particular niche. 5% commission on everything with a 30-day cookie and easy to get approved from what I remember.
We offer a prescription discount program that pay ever time the card is used. You market the card to persons without a medical plan and they will save substantially at there pharmacy on medication. Everyone in the United States can use the card, except the card can’t be used in conjugation with insurance, some times our plan cost is less then the Co-Pays and can be used instead of insurance. The card is reusable with no cost or fees ever. So your offering a program that really can help people with there prescription cost and making a commission also.
One of the great parts about the online world is that a website and its domain name is like real estate - It can go up in value over time. In fact, sometimes just the domain name without the developed business can be worth quite a lot to some people. Of course, like almost anything mentioned here, the necessary know-how is required. If you’re willing to put some time into it, then you can earn a nice online income. So far I sold 4 domain names with an average price tag of a couple of thousand dollars. Nice income, considering I bought each domain for around $10….If this income stream interests you, check out flippa.com - It’s one of the best marketplaces I know for selling websites or domain names.
Let me make myself very clear – SEO is how I have built and sustained my business. Yes, it is important to diversify your website traffic by using other sources such as social media, video content, and even paid advertising (when the time is right), but absolutely no traffic is cheaper and more targeted than search engine traffic. It is the holy grail of traffic and you should do everything you can to rank as many pages in as many search results as possible.
Entrepreneurs spend a considerable amount of time learning how to boost their businesses. Marketing is key to the success of a business and online marketing is ever so important. According to Constant Contact, 84 percent of people say that the biggest difference in small businesses between now and five years ago is the use of more online marketing tools.
It is important to listen to what your subscribers want instead of just talking about what you think is important. For example, you may want to send out newsletters that cover your product features, but your email marketing audience could be more interested in the industry as a whole. Send out engaging emails that have the information your subscribers want in order to build trust, foster relationships, and maintain interest and passion about your brand.
What do you want to earn? Is this just a little bit of side income on your hobby blog or are you trying to replace your full time income? If you’re trying to go big then you’re going to want to focus on more high-quality products with big commissions. Maybe you will be building your site or blog around the specific product you want to promote, like a product review or comparison site.
Although this article has been written in 2007, now in Feb 2014, I still find it full of great advice and tips. What I learned from this article is that when writing a review I should focus on how this product helped me achieve X instead of simply repeating and enforcing the features and benefits of the product that can also be found on the sales page.