How to develop a solid, profitable online business

Develop a solid, profitable online business

by on 24/12/2012

Post image for Develop a solid, profitable online business
0 Flares 0 Flares ×

The holiday season being here, I was thinking about what I could give you as a present. It’s this: HOW TO DEVELOP A SOLID ONLINE BUSINESS! LET ME HELP YOU ACHIEVE WHAT MOST OF YOU WANT, BUT MOST OF YOU (98% +) HAVE NOT GOT. This is my present to you. I hope you like it – it has taken me twelve hours to produce so far – and there are still a few tweaks to do! To develop a solid internet-based business you have to apply certain key strategies, and I have picked out the four which I think are the most often ignored, or misunderstood: plus a couple of extras at the end of the training. Let me know what you think in the comments below.

The Four Key Strategies to Internet Marketing Success

Apply these strategies and definitely get successful in the next 12 months (at last!)

Transcript

Click to read
  (Continued in Video 2)

0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Buffer 0 0 Flares ×
  • Annie – it’s not so hard to manage your emails!

    http://heymalc.com/avoid-email-bloat-save-30-minutes-day

    🙂

  • Anne

    I couldn’t get on with Roboform but I’ll give Evernote a try, Thanks

  • Anne

    Thank you for the written version.  Video is such a waste of time.  keeping the e-mail client closed is easier said than done for me.  I often need to use the password folder or search for an e-mail that i have deleted in my efforts to cut down on e-mails.  That’s all it needs to distract me.  As I’ve got older and become a carer it’s hard to believe that for ten years – age 30 -40 I ran a home and family and studied part time then full time in order to get qualified as a secondary Science teacher.  Then my focus was absolute.  If only ………..

    • Yes, it’s nice to have the two options. Also, it gives the SEs something index too which is no bad thing.

      Looking for passwords in emails? Good grief! Get a password manager 🙂 – Roboform or First Pass. I could not survive without one. It will save you a ton of time. And if you need information in emails, then store it in Evernote – in effect, your filing cabinet. Then delete the email which is a backup only.

      Then you won’t need your email to be open!

      Hope that helps!

Previous post:

Next post: