Wayne here with some news you can use.
If your efforts to make money online
are not built on the right structural foundation,
your chances of generating the kind
of income you need to pay your monthly bills
with consistency (including covering the
of your recurring advertising expenses) are low.
Unfortunately new and even some veteran
marketers have yet to learn the lesson of
structuring their business for maximum
revenue to yield maximum profit.
Think about it…
Forget building a business for a second,
rather think about a situation where you
might consider looking for either a full-time
or a part-time job.
One of the primary factors that usually
determines whether you even apply for the
job or accept the job (if you get an offer) is
“How Much Does the Job Pay?”
Why is this question a primary determining factor?
Because if the job doesn’t pay you enough to
cover or at least offset the cost of your current or
planned monthly expenses, then you’re likely
not going to be willing to invest the time,
energy, and expense to take the job.
Building your online business is no different.
Our objective as Internet-based Business Owners/
e-Marketers is to at a minimum generate sufficient
income to completely cover or to at least offset
the cost of our current or planned monthly expenses
and make a profit.
While just one product offering can contribute
to your total monthly business revenue,
one product should not be the sole income
foundation for your business, and if this is where
you currently find yourself (based on the results
that you’re getting from your current marketing
and promotions), then your business money
process is broken and it needs to be fixed.
The good news is that there’s a super simple
way to turn things around…that is if you want
to do something about making progress toward
achieving a consistent bill paying income from
your Internet-based business.
You see…one of your first steps is to understand your
customer value, and know how many customers
it takes (based on what you’re currently promoting)
to cover at least ONE of your monthly bills. If ONE
customer, can’t cover ONE bill, then you need to
adjust your business development strategy.
Until we correspond again,
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