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Can You Help Me Find a Job 4 Me

I wish I could help. I can tell you this, if you are like most people, you say you want a job, but what you really want is money, and if you are like me, you want it by your own efforts and not government handouts of any kind. I can tell you a little bit about how to make your own money in such a way that it grows. This is different from a job in that when you work a job, when you use your time to get money, when the time is gone that is all the money you will get for that effort. If you invest your time building an income online, whatever you post online stays there and may produce and continue to produce.

I can't spend a lot of money

That's fine. There is a good way to make money with very little money and other ways that can cost a little to produce a lot. I will describe both ways but they are basically the same in this way: businesses need customers and they will pay you to bring them customers. Some types of businesses pay per lead. Other types pay a percentage of what the consumer paid them.

How much money do I need to spend?

If you get into Pay-Per-Click marketing, be careful with this experiment. Of the two types of marketing it requires less work. You go to Google Adwords, set up an account, then choose a "keyword," which is a search phrase someone might use to find something using a search engine, and set an amount you will pay per click when consumers click through and a budget for how many clicks you are willing to pay for in a day. You can spend up a LOT of money quickly if you set your limit too high for number of clicks and if you use a keyword that brings curious web surfers instead of those who are ready to buy. If someone clicks through and is not ready to buy, they cost you just as much as a paying customer will and you get no commission. I lost over $400 over 3 days because I used the wrong types of keywords. Just saying...get some training before you try this.

If you use Article Marketing instead, you work a whole lot harder, but you can write articles and submit them all day long without it costing you a thing. People who click through from an article cost you nothing and if you have written an article that draws a lot of views, it can get a lot of traffic to the merchant - again, for free. The only costs you will incur will be the cost of a domain name, the cost of hosting and the cost of membership if you are lucky enough to find a good site where you can get training.

How much money can I make?

That will be an individual answer. In fact, if you expect to get paid immediately, you will likely be disappointed. There are a lot of affiliate marketers making five figures per month and every one of them had to stick with it through the lean times starting out. It takes perseverance, a strong work ethic, and above all, conviction that it can and will make money for you. If you have all these and are teachable, your income potential is off the chain.

Avoid "shiny things"

There are a huge number of sites offering software to automate your process so you can put incredible numbers of articles out there with minimal work. They will cost you money and if your results match mine (and I have bought some of these), you will wish you had that money back. The search engines are getting wise to spun articles and unrelated back links. Huge bursts of back links and articles designed to send traffic to your site are noticed by search engines and they hurt your ranking. Learn to do it right, do the work, and when you are making money, then experiment with shiny things that your profits make affordable. That is my recommendation.

One more thing

When you write articles about products and services you want to have consumers click through, focus on the consumer and provide value. Whatever you offer in your title, deliver in your content. As an afterthought, let me offer you this - if you want to get paid once for an article or story you write, there is a place for that, but overall for better long term income I do recommend affiliate marketing.


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