Some of you who read my About me page already know that it’s been about 3 years I’m online making money. Guys like JohnChow, Shoemoney, Problogger and some more prooved that making money on the internet is very possible. They started blogs where they tell you about their success stories and how they make money. That’s a good way to go, but lots of people can’t make any money with their advices and methods.
You are asking “Why?”, right?
Well, I think the main reason is that people start reading from some point and see for example JohnChow is making 40 thousand dollars a month. Naturally people try doing the same things that John or even Jeremy is doing. But things don’t work the way they should be!
Let me be clear here
There’s no legal “get rich quick” method. Successful people spent time, effort and money to build their success.
Reading blogs from the first post is not very smart as there are lots of “test” posts; i.e. posts that have been written to see “what happens?”.
You need to be aware that nothing comes free, and you get what you pay for.
You should know that there are different methods to make money, not only the ones you read about at JohnChow‘s.
You should know when to quit if the way you’re going isn’t the right one.
You should be open to ideas and see your past as experiences, not defeats.
What it takes to make money?
Basically all the tools you need to make a full living on the internet are available to you almost free! What you need to do is to make them work together so you make real money.
Creativity is the first tool you need. ALWAYS remember it.
Patience is one of the most important tools you will need, motivation too.
You need to know some human language of your choice.
The remaining comes by itself.
What do I do??
What I will let you see here are the steps you are not seeing, which are the reasons why you don’t make enough (if any) money. Always remember that you need to take the first and though steps before reaching success.
Get it on paper! Good old paper.
First step, there is something you’re not doing, at least not right! it would be easier to find what you “are” doing. Take a paper, define your project, goals, time lines, methods and results you got.
That might require some time and some work, but you need to put effort in everything you want to “work”.
Set smaller goals, so you can achieve them in a relatively short time. Like “Buy a domain” by the end of the week, or “send an email” tomorrow. This way you will “progress” in a positive way. That is what you need.
I’ll get back to you soon to continue this discussion. Post in your progresses to succeed easier by being first commenters as you’ll be more “visible”…