Make Money Online – 3 Ways To Make It True


With the Internet, it is possible to make money today right from your own home computer, with little or no investment, no costly marketing, and no product inventory. You can earn considerable commission fees on a variety of products and services on a one-off and even recurring basis through a series of highly effective internet marketing techniques.

Did you ever stop to consider why so many ‘big players’ don’t make it on the internet? Dreams of huge e-companies with a desire to ‘go public’ and make it’s founders millionaires overnight have been shattered as the Internet loses it’s holier-than-thou reputation and is finally acknowledged for just was it is – a modern communications tool.

Yet many entrepreneurs continue to make considerable and ever increasing incomes from the internet, without ever having hired an employee, rented office space, and certainly without getting caught up in the ‘going public‘ hype.

Maybe you’ve heard about, or perhaps even know of, someone with a ‘small’ internet business, yet they manage to make huge sums of money with apparently little or no overheads? It’s true, the Internet really is a cash machine, but you have to know how to use it.

There are many ways to earn money online but in this article, I will try to show you only those which will easy and for the long term.

1. Fiverr

Fiverr is a Marketplace where people buy and sell different services such as Graphic, Animation and much more.

We can also do same and make money from it.

Just go to create an account and create Gig and start selling.

Hot niches for Fiverr:

Graphic Designing (Logo, Vector Work)

Animation (2D & 3D)

SEO (Off Page / Link building)

Voice Over

2. YouTube

YouTube can be a big source of income for you if you understand properly, There are many YouTubers do make money with YouTube and they use it as their main source of income.

You have to create a YouTube account and then choose a niche and finally, you will create an AdSense account then link to the YouTube channel or account and you will be able to make money from YouTube.

3. Google AdSense

As earlier I talked about YouTube it’s similar to the YouTube technique but not all.

If you want to make money with Google AdSense then you must have a Website and approved Google AdSense account.

After these two things you can place AdSense code/ads on your site and people will see and you will be paid for that Medicalcare.

Selling Information? Should It Be An eBook Or A Course?

Information marketing is where you, as an online business owner, sell information online. Two of the most popular formats for selling information are presenting it as an eBook or a course.

The information for both products can be provided digitally, so a customer can download it and have instant access directly after purchase. That means there’s no waiting around for it to be delivered. And, when it’s a digital product it also means that once you have created it, you can sell the same thing again and again.

So what’s best for your online business? Should you produce an eBook or a course?

Writing An eBook

When you write an eBook, it’s a simple way to make money online. If you have plenty of knowledge in a particular subject matter, you can write a simple eBook in a few days or weeks that can really help people in your specific niche market. Some very successful eBooks were created in an afternoon.

eBooks are typically short and sweet, and get right to the point. They teach a process or share information, and usually cost less than a digital course. If you are just starting in the online business world, this is the quickest way to offer something of value for sale.

Producing A Course

Your website may already consist of lots of information and material that you can use to create an eBook. Having said that, if you are teaching an involved process, perhaps a course would be a better way to go? Customers can access your course digitally via a private website link.

In contrast to eBooks, courses can generate more money per sale. There is a greater perceived value in a course, rather than an eBook. Your course can be delivered through a membership site, or through an instant digital download or link to video or audio files. Keep in mind that a course is going to take a lot more time and effort to complete than an eBook.

Start With An eBook, Build To A Course

Your first effort at making money from your online content isn’t going to be the best you will ever produce. But you will improve with time. You can use the lessons learned from writing an eBook to later publishing a course which not only makes more money for you than an eBook on a per-unit basis, but gives you the prospect to provide more in-depth information and knowledge with your online audience Healthcare.

How Branding Defines and Positions Your Business

What is Branding and How it’s Different from a Logo and Marketing

When you think of brands you probably think of big names, and the big named products you see every day.

But what exactly is a brand? What does it mean? How is your brand communicated?

When talking with entrepreneurs, I get a sense there’s a lot of confusion on what exactly branding is. After reading this article, you’ll be well informed on some of the common terminologies you hear like brand positioning, why a brand is not just a logo and what to do if you suspect your brand needs a makeover.

Branding Defined

A brand is more than just a logo, tagline, website or jingle. It’s the total experience of working with you.

Every touch-point a customer has with you shapes your brand. Whether favourable or not, the overall perception the public has about you and your business makes up your brand.

Your brand encompasses a visual look and feel through the use of colours, logos, imagery and typography. There is also verbal branding depicted through your core values, vision statement, jingle or tagline.

But your brand also includes the results of experiences with you, your team and your company in general through shopping, networking, customer service, your website, and social media channels.

The Difference Between Marketing and Branding

Many people think marketing and branding are the same thing but this is not the case. Here’s a story to help you understand the example:

– A guy walks into a party and sees a girl he likes. He walks over to her and says “I am a great dancer.”

That’s marketing. He’s sharing a message with the prospect I hopes to move her to action.

– A guy walks into a party and sees a girl he likes. He walks over to her and says “Hey, I’ll dance with you for the low price of one dollar.”

That’s sales. He is offering an opportunity for money to a prospect.

– A guy walks into a party and sees a girl he likes. The girl walks over to him and says “those girls tell me you are a great dancer.”

That’s branding. Through the girl’s experience, she formed a favourable brand impression that moved into action.

What Makes a Good Brand?

Many businesses try to appeal to a wide audience. But strong brands have a polarizing effect. They appeal to a smaller niche audience.

Today’s customers are craving more transparency and authenticity with their favourite brands. They want to know the REAL person behind the company.

Who are they?

What inspires them?

How did they get into business?

What matters to them?

What causes do they represent?

What do they do in their personal time?

Moreover, multimedia is shifting consumers to having more kinds of experiences with their brand. The use of interactive websites, Facebook live feeds, social media responses and live cams all help shape a brand.

In fact, millions (including me) are watching April the Giraffe on a live video cam (as of March 14, 2017) as she prepares to give birth to a baby calf. The Animal Adventure Park is exponentially increasing their brand reach and awareness just through this one tactic alone.

Brand Repositioning

A business can be very organic and as times goes by, the original brand you started with may not fit anymore. This has happened to several of our clients where, after several years, they realize their original brand is no longer consistent with their current business model and the market they are serving.

Conducting a brand assessment allows you to evaluate the strength of your brand, understand its value with customers, and how to reposition the brand, if needed, to reflect any changes.

So it’s important to periodically do a check to see if your logo, website, bios, headshots, tagline, and other branding elements are still a fit. If you look back at McDonald’s, they have had numerous slogans over the years. You may remember “You deserve a break today” (1971), or “We do it all for you” (1975), or the current one “Lovin’ Beats Hatin'” (2015).

As consumers changed, they updated their image and brand messaging to stay fresh and relevant with their audience.

Does Your Brand Need a Makeover?

Often as a business grows, a rebrand is needed to upscale messaging to fit with the newer level of success. Or a business could be changing its focus when launching a new product/service or appealing to a new target audience.

Susan Friesen is the founder of eVision Media, a boutique web development and Digital Marketing firm of over 15 years that specializes in designing, building and marketing professional, unique websites for entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations.

10 Reasons Why You Should Start An Online Business

Whether you are attracted to an internet business because you hate your current job, want to improve your circumstances, or would like a more flexible lifestyle, the internet offers all these opportunities.

Why An Internet Business?

1- Flexibility

Many people come to find themselves with an internet business through necessity rather than deliberate creation. For me, I needed a flexible job which I could work around contract work. It didn’t come in often but when the phone rang, I needed to take the work. This presented all kinds of problems. Normal work didn’t pay as well and employers didn’t want me taking large chunks of time off when the other work came in!

I tried juggling several jobs over a number of years but nothing seemed to fit. At around the same time I was attempting to use e-bay to buy and sell for a bit of extra money. It wasn’t until later that I discovered affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing, for those who don’t know is a kind of referral selling. You point links from your website to other people’s goods and services. The link is tracked so that when you make a sale you are rewarded for it with a commission.

Once you know how to do this you can set up links from your online content to other people’s products and services. You can also use paid advertising to find people all over the world to sell to. This was perfect for my work because I could take my laptop anywhere with me and as long as I had an internet connection I could work. It didn’t interfere with the work when it came up, I had no boss to answer to so it was the perfect solution.

2 – Automation

There’s also a number of other reasons why I chose an internet business – and why you should too! The flexibility of the business was my primary concern. I wanted to be able to choose my own hours so I could take work when it came without any complications. But the other reason I chose this particular model was the ability to use technology to ‘leverage’ my time and income.

Once I had a website and content up and running, it kept going and I was able to make sales and deliver products without being physically present. This is the ‘magic’ of an online business. The automation involved with an online business means that you can do the work once and let that work keep running in the background. You can make sales and deliver products over and over through the same piece of content or advert, which can run an virtual autopilot 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.

Each piece of content you create can send people to a landing page and sell a product. By creating many pieces of content and sharing them online you can build multiple sources of income which can all run continually, working as your own ‘automated sales team’.

3 – Ability To Scale

Along with this amazing automation is the ability to scale your business. Because there is no human intervention in the ‘sales loop’, multiple sales can happen instantaneously through the same platforms. Your content and advertising can be grown over time and scaled instantly (in the case of paid advertising). As your content gets more shares and more people flow through your website and content, your sales grow as a result. If you use paid advertising you can also scale a profitable campaign up easily by increasing your daily budget.

The automation of an online business makes it very easy to scale. In the case of a physical business this often means more staff, sales tools, larger office space and a whole lot more expense and hassle. With an online business everything is already in place. You simply need to send more customers through the automated sales systems with content and/or paid advertising methods.

4 – Low Startup Costs

When I started an online business I did it from my own pocket. I didn’t need a massive loan and I worked at a level which suited my budget. An internet business is very cost effective and you can start from scratch from pretty much any budget. If you have more to invest you can grow it faster with paid advertising. But, if you are on a budget like I was when I got started, you can get started easily and cheaply.

With a regular ‘bricks and mortar’ business there are many overheads to consider. Your costs include a business premises, staff, hardware and stock. Then there’s advertising and delivery costs. With an online business you just need a laptop and an internet connection – two things many people already have. Your main cost is getting the right education and learning the best strategy to build on.

5 – Simplicity

Technology has made it much easier than was previously possible to set up your own website and learn how to use simple online platforms to connect people to products and services. Advertising and content creation is now available for anyone to use. Websites can be set up with a few clicks and anyone with an email can learn to use the tools and strategies of online marketers.

Whereas previously website building was the domain of the tech savvy programmer, now anyone can use simple user friendly platforms and programs. An online business sounds like something for a technical person, but anyone can now learn the skills needed to build their own online business.

6 – Control

An internet business gives you control over your life. Of course it takes time to build up to a stage where it can replace your current income. But the flexibility of an internet business means you can work it around your existing employment until you can make this happen.
Once your income is beyond that of your employment, you are in a very good position to take charge of your life. You don’t have to do the daily commute, or put up with an uncomfortable working situation. If you don’t like your job you can quit. Don’t like your boss? Fire him/her!
One of the very best things about an internet based business is the control it gives you over your life. You can also build your work around your lifestyle, rather than the other way round. Most people are forced to put work first in everything they do. Family time, holidays and hobbies all tend to depend and evolve around work. An internet business allows you to prioritize the things in your life which mean the most. It can put you back in the driving seat of your life, both in terms of what you earn and how you spend your time.

7 – Work From Anywhere

Not only does an internet business offer great flexibility in terms of working hours but it also offers you the choice to work from anywhere globally. This appeals to many people who would otherwise be more trapped by conventional work in a localized workplace.
For me, it was the flexibility of being able to choose my own hours and not have a boss. But for many the ability to travel anywhere globally is the most important factor to owning their own online business.
Take your laptop anywhere with an internet connection and work while abroad and travelling.

8 – Learn Life Skills

The skills I have learned from building my own internet business also make me much more employable. I also worked for an internet based company with the skills I learned from my laptop while sitting at home!

Being able to reach people globally and target specific types of people is a great skill and very desirable in business too. I was also able to use the knowledge I learned online to build one of my other physical businesses much more quickly by using both my website building skills and paid advertising.

The internet is a fantastic opportunity for anyone to be able to improve themselves, learn new skills and build another source of income. Skills learned are yours for life, whether or not you continue down the path of building an online business.

9 – Independence

We might believe ourselves to be independent but many of us are very dependent on our work for income. As such, our employers tell us how much we can earn, how much holiday we can take and what we will be doing while at work. Financial independence is the ultimate freedom.

When we are financially independent we can take a holiday whenever we please and work in our own time and on our own agenda. An online business gives you the automation and independence to live life on your terms, without the agenda of an employer running your life.

10 – Sovereignty

Being an owner gives you sovereignty. The ability to call the shots in your business is what many entrepreneurs aspire to. As a business owner your actions determine whether you make a success of your business or not.

Having a successful online business gives you the kind of freedom which most people will never see in their lifetime. The ability to create your own life on your terms is the reward of having worked hard on your business and on yourself.

Not having a boss, choosing your own working hours and choosing who you spend time with are all luxuries which are earned from working hard on your own business.

Have You Tried Starting An Online Business?

Many people think you can just find a domain name, attach it to a website and “presto!” – you are in business!

Technically, that may be true. But there is a far cry from having a website and having a business! A business, by definition, must produce income. If you are working and not producing income – you have a “hobby” and not a business. What I just said may have offended many people, but you need to hear the truth.

I tried for five years to make an online “business.” But failed. I failed at everything I tried! Every idea; every concept; every angle… FAILURE! But even though I failed at “business,” I did not fail at “learning what not to do.” You see, every business idea I tried, I still learned something.

The knowledge I have now is far, far greater than the knowledge I even “thought” I had back in the beginning. The skills I have now I did not even know existed just a few years ago.

I remember my first venture into online business… I had to purchase the “done for you” system so somebody in India could set up my business for me. I had no clue how to even start! We will talk more about the “Done for you” systems in another article. Let’s just suffice to say right now that I wasted a lot of money in the beginning!

But now, I can purchase a domain, purchase a Word Press site, set my domain to the host servers and format the Theme and set up the website in just an hour or so. Those are skills I learned along the way. Instead of purchasing the “Done for You” system because I did not have a clue, like in the beginning days, I can conceive an idea and have the website open for business in just a few hours!

So, if you are one of the 98% club that has failed at stating an online business – just sit down and think about the skills you have learned along the way. Those are skills you can still use. Those are skills you “paid for” and that you can use to create your online “dream job.”

We will talk more about that in other articles.