If you have an eye for design and some experience of creating websites, then you could offer your services as a freelance web designer. You will need to create your own stylish website, and have a few other projects that you can show potential clients to demonstrate your skills. You will also need to initially spend time emailing businesses to promote your services and find work.
By now, you've likely seen all the "gurus" in your Facebook feed. Some of them are more popular than others. What you'll notice is that the ads you see that have the highest views and engagement are normally the most successful. Use a site like Similar Web to study those ads and see what they're doing. Join their lists and embed yourself in their funnels. That's an important part of the process so that you can replicate and reverse engineer what the most successful marketers are doing.
Since time is the most precious commodity on this earth, invest the time at the front-end so that you can reap the benefits on the back-end. This means putting in a bit of sweat equity and not getting paid today. Rather, you'll get paid somewhere down the road. And you'll continue getting paid whether you keep building that passive income stream or you stop. It's obvious that this is the preferred route, but clearly the road less traveled.
See they tell you these things to hype you up Lure you in and get your money They like to show off things like private jets and fancy cars and Bentley’s and Lamborghinis none of which they actually own They just go to a car dealership or they rent a Lamborghini for the day and granted That would be expensive Yes, but not nearly as expensive as buying one You know they go stand in front of a big fancy house while they’re you know all the neighbors on Vacation or they find one, that’s for sale and they just manage to stand out in front of it and keep the for sale sign over the camera and They pass this off as their life because That they are trying to lure you in Most of these people have never sat in a Bentley let alone bought one That’s okay, right you know as That you have to be aware that you have to be aware that most of the people That are passing them off to this dude It’s themselves off as lures or Just full of shit, and the ones that aren’t 99 times out of a hundred are trying to deceive you in some way like I said before they don’t cover They don’t talk about the cost Per acquisition of the cost of each lead like what it costs to get a lead There are people are there that sometimes have to pay five and six dollars in advertising just to get one lead and You know just to get one email dress on you know one person to subscribe to their email list Might cost them five or six dollars or more I know of people that have paid up to 50 and 60 dollars for one lead I Wouldn’t do that I mean you don’t need to but There are people that will do it depending on what kind of offer they’re selling but You know if you have a conversion rate of thirty percent, and it cost you fifty dollars per lead And you’re selling a five thousand dollar product
Amazon offers a service called Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA), which can be extremely useful for arbitrage sellers, or others selling their own products. If you opt for FBA, Amazon will store, pick, pack and deliver your products. That means you can scale your arbitrage business quickly as you don’t have to store products in your own home or waste time with postage.
"I also use MyGirlFund to help out my financial situation — I know that going to university will be expensive and MyGirlFund is going to enable me to actually go to uni and live a bit more comfortably whilst I'm there. ... I am totally myself on MyGirlFund, although possibly more flirty than I would be in real life, because the site and the compliments enable me to feel more confident about myself."
So when I responded, I flipped it around as if I was clueless as to what to ask for (which I was) and said “Hmmm… I haven’t given it much thought. What did you have in mind?” I was preparing for her to strong arm me into saying a number. However, she was nice and gave me a figure; $35,000. My response (as if Ramit was talking to me in the other ear): “I think we’re in the right ballpark and we can work from that number.”

My next self-funded business hit $160,000 in revenue in its first year alone. After that first taste of self-made success, I’ve gone on to sign consulting contracts worth tens of thousands of dollars with startups like LinkedIn and Google, launch profitable online courses, and build a following of hundreds of thousands for this blog and my podcast series.
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