How to Take a Quantum Leap in Income0

Building an online business can be overwhelming.

There’s so much to be done like creating products and marketing funnels, building relationships with your customers, increasing conversion, and more.

…and that doesn’t even include getting your website up and running, keeping it up and running, having graphics designed, customer service, deciding how to process payments, and there’s more.

It’s too much for most people to handle and that’s why so few people actually build successful Internet-based businesses. The key is to focus on what’s important – and the marketing is the most important part.

Be A Marketer, Not a Doer

Whether your business is online or offline, the biggest increases in income come when business owners make the shift from thinking they are the doer to realizing they are the marketer of the product or services.

The one who transforms his thinking from being a plumber to that of being a marketer of plumbing services has taken the first step to creating a bigger income.

Plumbers are everywhere. The ones who make the most money are the ones who best marketer their services because that creates more demand for plumbing services.

If the plumber has more business than he can handle, he can always hire another plumber, pay him for his services, and create more profit for his business. The same applies to any business.

No Marketing = No Traffic

Focusing on important things like marketing means not focusing on things that aren’t nearly as important. Take websites for example. They’re important if you’re going to make money online – but without marketing that drives traffic to the website you won’t make any money.

Marketing is the important task. Web hosting is necessary but not nearly as important. That’s why the most successful business owners don’t waste precious time learning how to build websites and how to be a webmaster.

That’s not where the money is. That’s not the most important task for a business owner. That’s something that should be outsourced to a competent professional. And that’s exactly what I and many others have done.

Not All Hosts Are Created Equal

But not all web hosts are created equal. Selecting an inferior hosting service can be detrimental to your business and your income. You need someone that understands an Internet business and respects that any downtime is taking money out of your pocket.

You need a hosting service with a competent technical support staff that speaks English and responds promptly. You don’t want a bunch of engineers that only speak tech, can’t communicate in plain English, don’t respond in a timely fashion, and leave you frustrated.

A good web hosting service can be hard to find. The service can suddenly go downhill as it become more popular and the support staff becomes overwhelmed trying to support the growing number of customers.

The web hosting service I recommend and personally use is Server Genie. If you need one less thing to worry about so you can focus on what’s important, then I suggest you check them out for yourself.

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Robert Phillips
Land Your Six-Figure Dream Job 

Robert is an accomplished copywriting expert who has written for Dan Kennedy and Bill Glazer. Robert currently is a top copywriter for Stansbury and Associates.

Robert also has an information product you can buy online – which is why he chose ServerGenie for his needs.

If you are looking for the tools you need to land a six-figure dream job – look no further than

From Zero to 1000 Sales: A Guide To Starting An Online Business (Day Zero)0

I thought it would be fun if I created a product not related to Web Hosting and tried to gain some success with it.

Not only would I need to improve my marketing skills, but also improve my skills at finding a niche product.

I will give you a step by step weekly run down of what I am doing and how I am doing it .. you just might pick up a nugget or two.

Not only will this showcase how important your Web Host really is, it will show you everything involved from product creation all the way up to your first sale.

Sound good so far?

So maybe a lot of you are probably experienced and may not have any interest in this series.. but that’s good too.. I want your advice!

If you see me screwing up or see an area I can improve upon, I would love to hear from you.

Wait.. There’s More..

Great… but I don’t want to stop there, I want to take it past the first sale and reach 1,000 sales. I want to make sure my advice really works on here.

I have no idea how long this series of articles will take….

It could take two months or three years.

In my next article, I will be finding a niche that solves a problem for people.

I have few hobbies, and most of them relate to fitness, golf, or golf and fitness, or watching golf on tv, or thinking about golf..

So I need to find a problem people are having with golf and/or fitness and solve it.

Before I commit to any one idea though, I need to research the idea’s and find out if there is a suitable amount of Google searches done each day for them. I also need to find out how competitive these markets are.

I am going for the low hanging fruit.

And no, I am not buying Starting an Online Business for DUMMIES. I probably should though. lol.

If you are interested in the book though, click the image to the left and it will take you to Amazon where you can pick this up pretty cheap!

Wish Me Luck,