Anybody Do It?
Making money on the web is not rocket
science. In fact, I will bet that you are probably dealing with harder things
in your job right now.
Yes, there will be a learning curve.
Yes, there will be setbacks and disappointments. And yes, things will probably
be slow at first.
But that's what happens when you
try anything new, Internet-related or not.
But after a while, you will get the
hang of it. It becomes easy.
The Internet is no different. It
is just something new for you to try. You'll get the hang of it after a while.
But I'm sure you still have some
concerns. That's normal. Let me address the more common concerns.
can't sell to save my life
On the internet, selling is necessary.
There are no two ways about it - you have to sell.
But I will let you in on a little
I can't sell to save my life too.
But selling on the internet and selling
in real life are two completely different things. You don't have to look
the customer in the eye, shake his hand, or compliment him on his absolutely
atrocious golf game.
Selling on the internet is actually
very much simpler. In the beginning, you have to test and refine your
sales pitch but once you get it right, you just keep doing the same thing.
What is even better is that with
the correct software, the software will be the one doing the sales pitch and
following up with the customer. You just have to answer the ocassional
don't have enough time
Let's face it, you are never going
to have enough time. You will always have commitments, schedules and deadlines.
have got no money
Hey, don't look at me. I'm
not going to lend you any money. :)
All you need to do is to spend a
little less on groceries, or cut the kids' allowance (sorry kids), or just stay
at home and watch TV for one night a month.
We talked about $50 a month. Of
course it helps if you can spare a little more, but $50 a month is perfectly
adequate for a start. I'm sure you can afford that.
Internet Stuff is hard
I am not going to tell you that you
don't need to learn anything new. I am not going to tell you that a three
year old can learn this. I am not going to tell you that it is as simple
It IS a little difficult.
But you are here, aren't you? You
are reading this on your web browser so you have already figured out how to
log on to the net and surf the web.
You are halfway there.
The going is gonna get a little tougher
but you have a good head on those shoulders, right?
I will bet that you can do it.
I know it is a lot of things to learn.
Take it one thing at a time, one day at a time. And in a month or
two you would be surprised at the amount of things you have learnt.
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