(1) If you’re not careful, it can suck money out of you. Since signing up, I’ve seen recommendations from John that you don’t really need to succeed. There are multiple upsells and I just saw that John added MOBE in the members area. He also had a guy on a webinar talking about some affiliate program you can join and make a lot of money but it cost about $600 to be a partner.
If I have a blog that is getting 100,000 page views a month that means that I’m probably getting at least 50,000 people to the site (most blogs will do between 1.2 to 1.4 pages per session). That means I have to try and get some small percentage of those people to buy something from me if I really want to do well. If I can’t get them to buy something then (in some cases) I have ads running on the site that will make me money anyways.
Offering specific online SEO services is also another online freelancer role that businesses are crying out for. If you know how to improve a website’s SEO by doing keyword research, creating content that can rank in search engines, adding metadata/schema to posts and pages, and building backlinks to a domain, to name a few tasks, then this could be a great line of work for you.
Fiverr is one of the biggest providers in the gig economy on the web and you can sell a wide variety of services and products through this medium. Do the research and find out what you can offer. However, keep in mind that like any other money-making task, it takes time to succeed here. And stellar reviews will help you generate more and more income over time.
But his secret sauce is canning and cloning himself: he screen-records the ad campaigns he creates step-by-step (his present focus is on Facebook advertising) on his laptop and sends it to his team so they can duplicate his results. That’s been a huge piece to Crestani’s success. “Every million-dollar ad campaign I launch, I record myself obsessively on my computer in the creation process. I pass the modules along to my team and make sure they can do a job just as good as I can.”
One of the biggest concerns I hear about teaching online courses is the fact that people can learn practically anything for free by searching online. While this is probably true, the fact is that many people will buy a course that clearly teaches exactly what the person is looking for. Rather than spending hours upon hours searching YouTube for tutorials on how to learn x y or z, people find value in a structured online course that also has an instructor there, available for any questions.
Amazon: With Amazon, you can even have them fulfil your orders. The digital retailer also says there are more than two million sellers on their website, representing 40 percent of all sales. Another benefit of using Amazon (as well as these other third-party sites) is that people already trust them and are more likely to buy off of them then from your own independant website if you had one.
Absolutely, whilst you don’t have to be working like a slave horse for peanuts for the next 3 years (lol), it will take a few months of consistent effort to see a consistent income. I made my first commission after 2 weeks (Only $1 but I was ecstatic!) and by the 6 months’ mark it was a steady stream. At 12 months I quit my job and headed for warmer climates never to look back.
When you lack the luxury of time, making money on or offline can seem like an impossible task. How are you supposed to do that when you're working at a life-sucking nine-to-five job? While the stability of full-time employment might allow most to sleep well at night, it doesn't empower your creative juices to search for new income-producing strategies.
There are quite literally hundreds of clever ways to make money online. From taking online surveys, to renting or selling your old clothes, flipping your iPhone to someone in a different country, and even buying low-cost products locally, just to resell them for a higher price on Amazon. There’s truly no shortage of unique ways to make money online.
I can say that the Internet Jetset course itself is not a scam as it has decent content and information to be learnt by beginners. However, the “system” is not really a system. It’s pretty weak as it offers no tools for beginners to use and start building their online business. What John offers is a list of links to external websites and software. Some of the links are even naked affiliate links without any guidance.
Work-At-Home School isn't just one course, it's a curriculum package where you can pick and choose the courses that will up-level your skills, to get you moving in the right direction. With Work-At-Home School, there are three different tiers to choose from starting a side hustle, to full-time self-employment, and beyond. The courses included in Work-At-Home School are taught by highly-qualified experts in their niches. Also, Work-At-Home School comes with a money-back guarantee; if you enroll and don’t see any results from your efforts after one year, they’ll refund your money.
No doubt John is a good copywriter and salesman, the guy has managed to get so many people into his courses and that has to be down to what he writes and says. I was looking forward to hearing some of his wisdom but unfortunately John once again does not teach in this module. Instead we get a video of an onstage presentation from Ronnie Sandlin who is a student of John’s and apparently much better at copywriting. Ronnie provides some great tips on copywriting in short easy to digest videos and it looks like they were recorded at a paid seminar.
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