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Build Your Own Profitable WebsiteThe challenge for online marketers is to decide on the best road to success.  With so many methods and paths to create income online, it is often difficult to see the forest for the trees.

I would like to share a few insights gained from my own online journey, though bear in mind that experience is always the best teacher.

 

The challenge is not only about having persistence, although that is necessary.

It is not about using or joining free vs. paid products, although I believe one must spend money in order to have it return multiplied, and freeloading does not lead anyone to prosperity.

I hope the suggestions below help to point you in the right direction for your purpose:

  • Shakespeare said it best: “To Thine Own Self Be True”  Choose a business or product that you feel good about.
  • FOCUS on your main business.  Sure, you can build on the back of that, but don’t move away from it completely. New income sources should be linked to your main business and not compete with it.
  • Only after your main business is successful should you even think about starting another business. Don’t try to operate two or more businesses that compete for your time and resources. Putting 100{b836676211964b66ddb1a94012779accd2cb69eec60a63bc16d10fd7c8344bc8} effort into one business is better than spreading yourself thin. The diversification principle is good for managing asset portfolios, but not so good when building a business.
  • Focus is everything. Realize that people join people, not businesses or products. Understanding people and what makes them tick as individuals (different courses for different horses) is an invaluable skill that you can learn and apply to establish long lasting relationships in your life and in your business.

If you would like to share your thoughts and insights on this topic, please post your comment.  I would love to hear from you.  ~Jude

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Comments 7

  • Heck of a job there, it absolutely helps me out. What you say makes perfect sense.
    I have a tendency to skim through things – and life…lol.

    Best to get those basics right and not have to regret it later.

  • Great job, Jude. This is excellent advice.

    A good reminder too. It’s easy to rush through things
    and not realize at the time that there could be a price
    to pay for it later.

    Enjoyed reading your post. Keep them coming.

    Miriam

  • Yes’ I agreed Experience Is the best teacher and it reflects in your Articles And nowadays Everybody have their Knowledge To work on the internet so learning is not just reading g huge informative blogs it’s a time taking process.

    • You’re right, Gaurav. It is never-ending learning, made more challenging by a constant stream of changes. Sometimes it is hard to keep up…lol.

      I appreciate your visit and comments. ~Jude

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