What people easily forget when it comes to making money online

Most people don't realize how good things are right now.

Seriously, at any given moment: it's possible to test, launch, and get results—even if you only have a 20 minutes of spare time and $5 of ad spend per day.

Obviously, having more time is better, but if you can just wrap your head around this for a moment, you'll get my point. 

Here's the deal.

Let's rewind back 10-20 years and think for a second; and, imagine what people had to go through to research and launch a marketing campaign.

It used to take hundreds of hours and tens of thousands of dollars.

...But today?

It takes nowhere near as much time and it's now a lot cheaper than you think. In fact, a lot of the research can be done for free.

Now that we have the Internet—a place where people are telling the world their likes, dislikes, and beliefs—you have way more than you need to get started.

So what's holding you back?

  • Is it too difficult?
  • Are you confused?
  • Do you think it's not possible?

Those are all valid reasons. Here's my advice: just start something. Anything. You need to see it for yourself. That's the only way you can breakthrough your limiting beliefs.

Here's how to get started.

1. Figure out a daily budget

This is important: consider a daily amount you're okay with losing.

The reality is, you won't really "lose" anything, because you'll be gaining valuable data on what does not work.

However, planning for flops helps you put things in perspective.

How much should you budget?

It's up to you, but you can do this with $5 a day and FB advertising. If you're looking for help with getting up and running with a budget of $5/day: this is my recommendation.

2. Do what's already working

This is a tip I picked up from savvy direct mail marketers. It's about making sure you're sending your offer to a buyers, not tire kickers.

There's a big difference between these two groups of people.

  1. Someone who is interested in an offer.
  2. Someone who has already purchased a related offer.

The first option will always be less effective than the second. The reason why is because people who've already committed to spending money are more likely to spend money again.

So whatever it is you're trying to do, look for people who are already buying a similar offer. Once you find those people, you've identified your market.


3. Write copy that converts

Copywriting is the core of all things marketing. 

Without great copy, your offer will disappear like a fart in a windstorm. 

Copywriting is how you communicate your offer to your market. Done right, you can unlock endless amounts of wealth.

If you need help with writing copy, I have a guide. It's free and you can get instant access to it here.

Get my free copywriting guide.

I hope this helped.

I realized I didn't go into too much depth. The purpose of this post was to make you realize: it's not as difficult to make money online as you think.

Start small.

Work on big wins.

And, you'll get there.

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Also, leave a comment if you have any questions.

Thanks for reading!

Raymond Duke