If you’re getting started with internet marketing, you’ll find that setting up a website/blog and building traffic is one of the slowest ways to hit the $100/day mark.
I know it sounds sexy to just “rank in Google” but the truth is it takes a lot now to show up there and even then you need to convert that traffic (even harder than getting the traffic in the first place).
Instead, you will find far more success faster if you pick one of the methods outlined above.
The best way to get started is to use a popular 3rd party platform (Fiverr, Elance, YouTube, etc.) to build up your skills/traffic/cash flow/client base. Once you have enough experience (or clients), transition them to your own properties.
I purposely left Amazon out because we will probably dedicate an entire post to it.
Once you have people on your own site, you can do anything – capture their emails, push affiliate offers, sell products, offer services, etc.
This is often the step you need to go from 9 to 5 to true financial independence: your own audience, on your own site, and your own terms.
Alternatively if you already have a mildly successful site, using these methods can generate great traffic and customer flows to it.
I am personally going to use Udemy, Youtube, Visual posts, niche products and maybe local lead gen to grow our sites in the future.
What did you think of these methods? Do you use 3rd party platforms to grow your business? Let us know in the comment section.