Last week, Julius Thomas, tight end for the Denver Broncos, received a touchdown pass from Peyton Manning and exclaimed, “This is so easy!”
Well, for a tight end with great physical prowess who is part of a system that dissects defenses into nuggets that are easily taken advantage of, it is easy!
When people talk about how easy it is to make money online, it isn’t hard, but you have to have a system and you have to do some groundwork before you can start to see the money rolling in.
What is the groundwork?
First of all, you need to have an idea. Or as the teenagers say, “get a clue.” You have to watch and observe the trends. What is selling?
You can find a lot of this just by surfing the web, because the ads will be out there. But even more accurate is to research on Amazon or eBay. You can access their lists of top sellers really easily. But maybe you haven’t decided on a market yet. You can start your research by looking for the different niches that have products available: http://www.amazon.com/gp/site-directory/
Once you have found a market, let’s say Golf Equipment, you can start to find your focal point. You need a hook or angle to make you the person to go to for Golf Equipment.
This is the part where I have been in your shoes and thought to myself, “what sets me apart from the rest of the online stores?” But you cannot let negativity creep into your plan. You have to keep digging. Sometimes it can be something as simple as making the search for golf equipment fun for the shopper. In other cases, you can be the place where they get in depth reviews of the products. Just find your hook and run with it.
I want to help people create an online income like I have been able to do over the last 15 years. I have a lot of experience that has done me a lot of good. I am sure that if I share that experience with people who are interested in hearing about it, I can help them to make money online. But without feedback, I won’t know if anyone is really interested in hearing more.
So all you have to do is comment, like and share this post. When we reach 100 likes/comments, I will keep going.