This post is about an opportunity or an offering that I feel is totally legit. By legit I mean
Every week I work on something that will earn me that 5 bucks, every day for a long time.
Next week, I'll work on something else that will earn me another 5 bucks a day. By the end of the year, I'll be at the point where I'm earning $260 a day (52 weeks times 5 bucks), just from this year's efforts.
To me this seemed realistic, no promise that I’d open my Clickbank account the next morning and be overwhelmed by the cash pouring into it. The author continues on his lens
The concept behind "5 Bucks a Day" is that those attempting to make money on the Internet are often overwhelmed with all the possibilities. Auctions. Web sites. Dropshipping. Blogs. Search engine optimization. Bum Marketing aka Article Marketing. Social bookmarking. Resell rights products. Affiliate marketing. And on and on. So much to learn. So many possibilities. Where do you start?
I've been there, done that, and went through 3 long years of unprofitable frustration before I realized that it wasn't what I didn't know about Internet Marketing, it was about what I wasn't doing with what I did know.
Wow, I’ve been there, done that. Not 3 years, more in the 3 – 6 month range, flitting from one internet money-making scheme (Stomping the Search Engines, Affiliate X, Day Job Killer, blogging advice, etc) to another. I have some ideas of projects, good solid ideas that I’m never getting to. I’m not focused and I don’t have a plan. And every week I get a little more irritated with myself for chasing my tail and not getting anywhere.
Then I saw the price for 5-Bucks-A-Day-Jr: $7.77. I mean come on – I’ve blown that much money renting a video that we either never found time to watch or else wished we hadn’t spent the time watching.
So I bought 5-Bucks-A-Day-Jr. I like the fact that I can choose to upgrade to the full 5-Bucks-A-Day (at $47).
Other things I like about 5-Bucks-A-Day-Jr.
- I feel the author is a kindred spirit in terms of talking about need to focus and to stop jumping all over the place.
- The goals are realistic.
- The author talks about developing a list as the key step. But he means a list of projects, projects that can earn you $5 a day. The book does not suggest that you have to develop a list of email addresses and their interests. Yes, that's an option, but if you are like me and feeling that everyone already has too many opportunities/junk in their inbox already, you can find lots of other good ideas.
So I’m going to let you know how I’m doing with my $5 bucks a day plan. The idea is a project a week. So, that should give me a blog post per week as well.