This is Why You are Not Making Money Online
Making money online is really not that difficult. There are a number of reasons why people are struggling to make money online. Gurus tell you to buy this course and that course and attempt to confuse you just to pull the cash out of your wallet.
Mostly, they give you the bare bones and then direct you to a course that is generally just a massive pool of confusion. Anyway, there is one major reason why people struggle to make money on the Internet. It is super simple but people get it wrong over and over again.
You Can’t Just Click a Couple Buttons and Make Money
Have you ever scrolled through YouTube and seen those colourful thumbnails with red arrows and fake screenshots of $30,000 payouts for just a couple of hours of work? Gurus tell you that you just need to download some app, click a few images and watch some adverts and you can quit your job and become a digital nomad. They show you all this complex crap that never works and then you buy a $1000 course and you are stuck in the same old place just $1000 in the red.
Making money online is easy, most people are just making it difficult for themselves. Once again, the question, what is the number one thing you need to do to make money online? Do you need to send lots of spam messages and leave random and irrelevant comments on other people’s content to drive traffic to your content and offerings? Do you need to spin lots of crappy articles and post them all over the Internet? No! Here’s the thing, let’s get into it.
Here is the number one thing you need to do to make money online and lots of it.
You Need to Provide Value
Provide as much value as you can, help people, help as many people as you can and the money will come. It won’t happen overnight by a long shot but trust the process. Give it six months, stay consistent, put in that work, learn from legit teachers, don’t make it too complicated for yourself just focus on one thing.
If you are working a full time job don’t quit! Keep your job and work on one thing for 6 months to one year, grind it out and don’t…