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How you make big money as an affiliate
Some affiliates make huge profits – we’re talking millions of dollars in a year. It’s a fact. People don’t know this. Affiliate marketing is a new line of business, and it has great unexploited potential.
It’s the biggest talk of the blogs everywhere you go. You can become an affiliate of pretty much any industry you are passionate about. What is your passion and I can better direct you in what goals you should set? I would definitely not quit your job and do this as a part-time income. One to two hours a day can drastically change your presence on the internet if you put the correct effort in your social media sites.
Additionally, you only have so much time for yourself thus, you must leverage your time through others and allow them to duplicate what you are doing. You see it’s cheaper for these large Fortune 500 branded name companies to pay you to talk about them then they paying advertising anywhere else. They pay you that money in the backend for virtually bringing customers to them.
I am passionate about online social media networking and seriously after coming back from Dallas, Texas last week, I was in awe on how many networkers turned their efforts to online marketing. I am not talking about a few hundred dollars here and there ladies and gentlemen. These networkers were cranking 6 and 7 figures online and they look like average humble people.
I have a lot of training to provide for you. Let’s begin by you sharing a little bit about yourself and your background so I can see if there’s a fit for mutual interest. I have a few inquiries, so please be patient as I’m attempting to get back to the most serious people and well qualified.
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Are you truly fit for Entrepreneurship? I stumbled across an article while surfing through Entrepreneur.com, so they deserve the credit for these questions. The title of the post was “How to Start a Retail Business.” Ask yourself in an honest assessment if you are truly fit for Entrepreneurship. These questions are related to starting a retail business, but the same still applies.
1. Are you good at multitasking? In your own business, you have to be willing and able to do everything yourself. When you work for someone else, you are usually responsible for just one thing and have limited control. You are supported by others with expertise or experience in different roles and functions. In retail, every day can be a stretch, as you encounter customers, employees, vendors and landlords. You can’t say, “That’s not my job.” It’s all yours.
2. What is your risk tolerance? In a startup retail business, you worry about being in the right place at the right time with the right goods and services for the right people at the right price. Do you adjust quickly to unplanned events or prefer more predictable, organized projects? Do you see risk as a threat or an opportunity?
3. Do you count on a paycheck? New business owners can rarely count on a regular paycheck. Startups frequently require more capital than planned. Something’s bound to go wrong or change even though everything is penciled out in your plan. If you break out in a cold sweat if you aren’t paid on the same day every month, you may want to rethink going out on your own. Most of the money you make will go right back into inventory and other costs of doing business.
4. Are you a self-starter and comfortable being alone? Or do you draw your energy from being around others and count on colleagues for support and advice? In your own business, you must lead, knowing what to do and when to do it, and be fully accountable for everything that happens. The buck stops with you. Sometimes that’s a lonely place.
5. Do you value predictability or prize diversity? Not only are there laws against discrimination in hiring and business practices, but America is a multicultural society. When you open your store or service company, you will be interacting with a wide spectrum of customers, vendors, advisors and employees. Retailers need to be people-oriented, flexible and good-natured. Can you manage conflict, see things from others’ point of view, and cater to their taste, not yours?
I can tell you, as an entrepreneur myself, these are right on the money. So if you are someone who is thinking about starting a business, whether a home based business or brick and mortar, make a very honest assessment of yourself and your abilities. If you want to learn about the entrepreneur industry, I recommend Lee Rosen Website, CEO of healthy bees business. Desire can only take you so far before you actually have to start thinking and acting like an an entrepreneur.
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