So, you've purchased one of those money-maker products and it's giving you all sorts of ideas for making money online.
Now what? Although it's possible to generate Internet income without a website, you'll eventually want one or even several so you can get listed in online search engines, like Google.
But don't forget, search engines love to send visitors to content-rich websites, so you'll want to cram your sites with useful information.
This is how it works...
Good content impresses your visitors, who are then coaxed into buying.
What can you do to boost your fledgling online business? Study and learn, and then keep studying and learning! I know it sounds like work, but competition on the Internet is fierce and soon only the very knowledgeable will succeed.
With some effort.
you can make yourself one of those successes! Here's how to build a website business that will put more online cash in your pockets: Step 1: Buy a product that includes a free, starter website.
Some money-making products offer a free website or blog after you purchase the package.
It's a great start for your Internet empire, so take advantage of the offer.
Recommended: "AdWords Miracle", "The Xtreme Wealth Package".
"Blogging to the Bank" Step 2: Use Google AdWords ads to get traffic to your website in a hurry.
Check out books from the library or book stores to get familiar with AdWords (that's the name of Google's pay-per-click (PPC) ad program).
These ads appear in the "Sponsored Links" area, to the right of web search results, when someone performs a search using Google.
How does AdWords work? You pick targeted keywords and write a brief ad to entice your visitors to click.
It's the quickest way to get traffic to your website, but it will cost you.
You bid on the keywords you want your ad to be listed for and pay the bid price each time a visitor clicks on your ad.
Recommended: If you have the money, buy at least one information product that teaches the basics of PPC advertising and gives you some insight into the techniques professional marketers use.
Two excellent products are "AdWords Miracle" and "Beating AdWords".
Step 3: Learn some HTML and put AdSense ads on your websites.
You will want to adjust and adapt your websites to add more income-producing content.
For example, Google has a free program called AdSense where you place other people's Google ads on your web pages.
Google gives you the instructions making it easy to place AdSense ads on your web pages, as long as you know some basic HTML.
AdSense ads are automatically matched to the content on your website's pages so they're relevant to your site and of interest to your visitors.
If someone clicks on an AdSense ad from your website you get credit for the click at somewhere between 10 and 50 percent of the per-click cost the ad owner is paying Google.
Here's the benefit of AdSense: if your visitors aren't ready to buy the products on your website, they may want to click on a relevant AdSense ad instead.
If they do, you get some income to offset the cost of your AdWords ad campaigns.
In fact, some people actually make a living from AdSense revenue.
You could be one of them! Recommended: Your public library has books and CD-ROMs that can train you in basic HTML.
If you prefer online instruction, try the free HTML courses at W3Schools.
For AdSense information you can look up "Adsense" in your favorite search engine.
Step 4: Become fluent in SEO (Search Engine Optimization.
) This is a fancy phrase that simply means adjusting the content and some of the HTML to make your websites more appealing to search engines, like Google, Yahoo and Bing.
Search engines look for keyword-rich content and certain HTML tags to determine the topic of your site.
The more "search engine friendly" you make your website, the higher you will appear in the search results.
But why bother with SEO, if you're forking-out cash to have AdWords ads send traffic to your site? Consider this...
Statistics show that searchers trust and click normal search engine results more often than AdWords ads.
So, if you tweak your site a little bit you will eventually get FREE search placement.
Instead of clicking on one of your expensive AdWords ads, a prospective customer will see your website listed in the general search results and click there instead.
That, my friend, is a NO COST click! Well worth a little study and some massaging of your website content and HTML.
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Step 5: Repeat, then repeat again.
Once you've mastered the above strategies, you simply create more websites using what you've learned.
Check the money-making product you originally bought for ideas for website topics and products to sell.
Your Strategy Summary.
Ok, let's review how the whole process works.
Here's what you do: (1) Buy a money-making product with a free website or blog that jump-starts your online business.
(2) Use AdWords to generate quick traffic to your website.
(3) Put AdSense ads on your site to offset your AdWords costs.
(4) Tweak your HTML and website content to improve your search engine placement and visitor interest.
(5) Create more websites using the free site as a template and duplicate your success, over and over again.
That's how money is made on the Internet.
With some study and a certain amount of work, you'll eventually own a website empire that generates enough cash for you to make a comfortable online living.