Wednesday, August 4

Financial Freedom – The Aspiring Entrepeneur

The Aspiring Entrepreneur

Your desire for financial freedom sets you on the entrepreneurial path of innovation.

You have the desire to gain financial freedom by investing into the ideas and ways that make money.

Success requires a plan for how to monetize that desire into a profitable business.

Be resourceful to make things happen:

*find out what you need to know

*take advantage of every opportunity

Online Business Opportunities

The traditional forms of going into business are too costly in money, time and effort.

Attain income, equity and lifestyle goals without the high start-up costs of the traditional “bricks and mortar” business.

Set goals to develop an online business through daily and weekly routines.

A useful, information website influences its popularity and profitability.

Pursue your financial goals through your knowledge, skills, experience, hobby or passion!

Gain access to a vast selection of products, services and information to sell and promote in a global marketplace that is not restricted by geographical boundaries.

Put the initial effort to establishing an online home business then, reap long-term benefits of ongoing income with minimal effort.

Extra Income

Extra income makes many things possible.

For a start, it improves your lifestyle quality.

It offers the flexibility to work when you want and how much you want.

It provides the opportunity to develop multiple income sources in a global market.

And, it helps pay off your mortgage, clear outstanding debts, build savings and investment or to go for a holiday.

Pick a Niche

A niche that appeals to you, has a lot of interest and a targeted audience becomes a financial asset.

The right niche that benefits readers become customers.

They also become repeat customers through other related products.

Other financial opportunities that relate to your niche can also be created via e-books, books, CD’s, DVDs and vlogs that will earn you money 24/7 all year round.

Three things to consider when choosing a niche:

1. Your interest in a particular niche

2. Popularity and competition

3. Ability to make money

Become an Expert

The right niche is all about building your brand of specialization.

Effective marketing and promotion creates trust and gives you an edge over your competition.

More pages on your website, the more ads, more affiliate links will bring more visitors.

Every page will make you money and you will be earning from more than one source.

Write to:

*inspire

*achieve your goals

*make money

Affiliate Programs

Joining affiliate programs that relate to your niche:

*is cost-free and risk-free

*no inventory

*you don’t have to establish any kind of credit card processing system

*no shipping or dealing with customers

Join affiliate programs that relate to your niche and place their ads and affiliate links to your website.

Affiliate products include electronic, downloadable products like e-books (from ClickBank) and, tangible products (from Amazon) that are shipped by the merchant and sent to the customer.

Those who click on the affiliate link and make a purchase will make you money.

You focus on driving traffic to your website.

The best affiliate programs provide the various marketing material, banners, text-links, training and support as well as your own log-in area and statistics.

Drop Shipping

With drop shipping you basically act as a middle-man between the customer and the drop ship supplier.

You don’t need an office or warehouse.

You can sell niche products on your website or, through eBay or Amazon.

Focus on marketing, promotion and customer service.

Drop-shipping is also beneficial for the “traditional bricks and mortar” retail shops.

With a Drop-ship supplier, you do not have to:

*buy any product upfront

*you do not have to stock inventory

*there is no order fulfillment

*no up-front costs

*no shipping

Initiative

Initiative opens the path to personal achievement.

It is based on the ideals of:

*goal-setting

*action

*persistence

*problem-solving

*creativity

“Opportunities don’t happen. You create them.”

-Chris Grosser

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