Learn techniques, inspired by a simple 5 dollar bill, that took my Internet Marketing income from $30 a day to $700 a day in less than a year!
What did I try (does this sound familiar)? Along the way, I had tried:
- writing articles and distributing them to dozens of article directories
- writing and submitting press releases
- setting up blogs, and pinging the directories
- purchasing private label rights (PLR) for thousands of other articles
- joining paid membership sites that provided niche products and niche product ideas
- joining another paid membership site where it was promised that I would learn how to finally put it all together, under the tutelage of a "niche master" who would spill his secrets
- joining affiliate programs and buying pay per click ads to send traffic to the merchants
- hiring writers on eLance to write articles for me, then building web sites around those articles
- finding public domain works and using them for other sites
- buying high price DVD/CD courses to learn how to drive trafic to my sites
- buying and using the software products that would mass generate thousands of web pages in minutes
- building web sites, and doing the proper SEO things to get traffic to them
- building a mailing list by giving away free Ebooks, then trying to sell to the people on the list
- acquiring resell rights to Ebooks and software products, and selling them online and on eBay
- ... and much, much, more.
And then the most crushing blow of all!
The journey. From 30 to 200, to 500, to 700 and beyond. This could be your journey too, once you learn the "5 Bucks a Day' strategy!
5 Bucks a Day is the story of how I finally realized not only my "200" goal, but more. It isn't about a new scheme or skill, so much as it is about a mental approach. 5 Bucks a Day is best described as a strategy. The strategy will cost you nothing. Once you understand the strategy (the same day you read 5 Bucks a Day for the first time), your life might change the same way mine changed when I envisioned this strategy for the first time.
What isn't the "5 Bucks a Day" strategy?
The strategy is not "black hat", "gray hat", or "white hat". The strategy is not something that will get you banned by the search engines. The strategy is not software or hardware. The strategy is not difficult or complicated. The strategy is not something that will require you to upgrade your computer, or your operating system. Best of all, the strategy is not expensive to learn or to implement, either in terms of time or of money.