HOW TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE: From Complete Newbie to Internet Success Story in Four Quick and Easy Steps

HOW TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE: From Complete Newbie to Internet Success Story in Four Quick and Easy Steps

Are you new to internet marketing and wondering where to start? Have you spent weeks or months working hard and getting nowhere? Do you worry that things won’t ever get better?

If so, you’re not alone and even the most successful internet marketers feel that way in their early days online.

But in time we all learn which of our efforts do make money and others that don’t, and from there it’s smooth sailing all the way.

Except for newcomers who become disillusioned with internet marketing and return to working for someone else and abandon their dreams of making money online.

Very sad indeed, and totally unnecessary as I am about to reveal.

You see, just like most newcomers, I waited for so-called gurus to reveal the ‘best’ way to do this and the ‘standard’ way to do that. Ultimately, I discovered there was no magic formula and no one, not even the experts, could answer my questions.

In time, I realised that each individual money-making concept has its own set of essential do’s and don’ts, some of which apply to all methods of making money online, others pertaining purely to one specific income stream.

And once I accepted that fact I began viewing all my potential income streams as very different concepts, requiring very different skills.

It wasn’t long before I discovered ‘Four Steps’ that apply to all successful business operating methods. And those Four Steps are what I want to talk to you about today and which form the basis of my worked examples showing you how to make money online. I have focussed on selling information products but the methods revealed in this book apply to any product you might ever wish to sell.

Now let me introduce you to the basic four step method for success:

#1. Find a MARKET comprising people with a shared problem or need or passion.

#2. Find a PRODUCT to solve the problem or satisfy the need or passion.

#3. Design a contact point or LANDING PAGE, where potential customers congregate and which directs them to buy your recommended product right away, or gets them to sign up to your mailing list for more information about the product and to read about other products you recommend across the long term future.

#4. Drive TRAFFIC – namely people with a problem or need or passion – to your landing page.

That’s all there is to making money online, as my book will prove. Let me give you a sneak preview of the contents.

CONTENTS

– Introduction

– Step #1 – Find a MARKET Comprising People with a Shared Problem or Need or Passion

– More Easy Ways to Find Hot Markets

– Step #2 – Find a PRODUCT to Solve the Problem or Satisfy the Need or Passion

– Step #3 – Design a LANDING PAGE That Directs Potential Buyers to the Sales Page or Squeeze Page for Your Product

– Step #4 – Drive TRAFFIC – Namely People Sharing a Problem or Need or Passion – to Your Landing Page

– How The Four Steps Fit Together

– Why Using a Project Chart Will Maximise Your Earnings

– Quick Worked Example

– Summary.

And that is it. I look forward to helping you make money online.

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How to Write a Short Story, Get Published & Make Money

This unique book contains a multitude of writing tips based on real-life experience. All the advice clearly shows the reader how to write and successfully publish a short story. Author, Christopher Fielden, uses his own short stories as case studies to illustrate how the different tips were put into practice and used to achieve publishing success. All the short stories used as examples in this book have been published through short story competitions, on websites or in magazines, proving that the tips and advice really work. Some of the publishers, magazine editors, competition judges, and website administrators Chris has worked with have been kind enough to contribute to this book, giving useful, professional advice that can further help a writer take steps towards becoming a published author. In the book, Chris also shares details of exactly how much he earns from his writing and which revenue channels generate the most income. This sets clear and realistic expectations regarding a writer’s earning potential. You can learn more about many aspects of short story writing and discover extensive lists of publishing opportunities on Chris’s website. List of contributors: Andrew Campbell-Kearsey, Anthony Howcroft, David Howarth, Jessica Grace-Coleman, John Yeoman, Johnathon Clifford, Lorraine Mace, Lynda Nash, Sara-Mae Tuson and Sue Moorcroft.

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How to Write a Short Story, Get Published & Make Money

“A must read for anyone who has any interest in becoming a writer…”

“…I have read many books about writing, and this is the first I have come across that has the information you need not only to put pen to paper, but how to do so in a way that will help get your work published… …written in a humorous way, you really do come away with solid, practical advice from someone on the inside without feeling intimidated to give it a real go.”
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Learn from a multitude of writing tips based on real-life experience

Thousands of authors around the world have improved their writing skills based on the teachings of Christopher Fielden. In How to Write a Short Story, Get Published & Make Money, Chris uses 16 of his published short stories as case-studies, enabling the reader to clearly see how his advice and tips were used in practice to achieve publishing success.

Presented in a humorous and conversational style, the book teaches you:

  • How to write well-constructed, publishable short stories
  • The value of conducting market research and how it can give your stories a much better chance of being published
  • Things to consider when submitting your short stories to competitions and magazines
  • How to learn from reading
  • How to learn from rejection and criticism
  • How to make money from your writing, including realistic expectations regarding how much you can earn
  • And much more

“This is such a helpful book. I enjoyed reading the sample short stories and finding out the process of working on them and submitting for competitions and publication. The critiques of the stories by competition judges and advice on what is sought by publishers is invaluable. The author is (brutally) honest about rejections, the need to edit and adapt stories, and the difficulties of making a living from writing but is always positive. As he says – Never give up.”
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List of contributors:

Some of the publishers, magazine editors, competition judges and website administrators Chris has worked with have been kind enough to contribute to his book, giving useful, professional advice that can further help a writer take steps towards becoming a published author.

They are:

  • Andrew Campbell-Kearsey (Brighton COW)
  • Anthony Howcroft (InkTears)
  • David Howarth (Scribble)
  • Jessica Grace-Coleman (Darker Times)
  • Dr John Yeoman (Writers’ Village)
  • Johnathon Clifford (Vanity Publishing Info)
  • Lorraine Mace (Writers’ Forum)
  • Lynda Nash (Little House Creative Workshops)
  • Sara-Mae Tuson (InkTears)
  • Sue Moorcroft (Writers’ Forum)

“Hi Chris, I just wanted to tell you I am really enjoying your book. I love the way you share your knowledge. I particularly love the breakdowns of your personal stories with the emphasis on accepting criticism and using it as a tool. But my favorite aspect is the positive reinforcement of continuing to overcome the immediate self doubt we all feel when we start, and are at our most vulnerable. That is paramount.”
Review from Chris’s website

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