Paulie here. I hope you have been enjoying the backlink packets!
As you’ve no doubt noticed, I don’t e-mail much other than my weekly packets. I’d like to step up my communication with ya’ll a bit, so I figured I might as well start with a thought I had over the weekend.
I’d like to talk about coming up with good sellable content extremely fast. If you can do this, you can pretty much print your own money.
When I was an aspiring internet marketer, I spent a lot of money on internet marketing products and warrior forum special offers. I had a tremendous amount of head knowledge and a few small online businesses going, but not a lot of income to show for it.
I knew was “hung up” on something that was preventing me from making any serious money, but I didn’t know what it was.
This continued for a year or so until I read a great article about content creation. This was my incredible “ah ha” moment, because I realized that content is money.
I’ll say that once more, because it’s the key that every aspiring internet marketer needs to know.
CONTENT IS MONEY.
The more good content you have, and the more good content you can create, the more money you will make.
The only problem is, I don’t really like creating content. I’m an outside kind of a guy. I’d rather be outside doing something than sitting in front of a computer screen.
If I was going to make money online, I was going to have to come up with a solution — a solution that would allow me to create LOTS of good content very very quickly.
Once I did that, my internet marketing “career” did a complete 180 degree switch. I had my first + $1000 day just a handful of months after that.
I say this to urge you to spend more of your time on product creation. If you are currently in the position of scratching your head, trying to figure out why you aren’t making the money that you were hoping to make online, try re-focusing your energy and time on product creation.
Internet marketing comes with a million inherent distractions. You’ve got payment processors to set up, autoresponders to manage, tax information to keep track of, sales letters to write, e-mails to stay on top of…
While these things are important, my challenge for you is to keep focused on what’s actually going to make you money. Product creation.
Cheers folks! Hope you have a great week!