I’d like to start this post by going through a little background on ME… myself!
I’ve been in this Internet Marketing game for more than 10 years, and I can say I
My only regret right now is I’ve got no time (or probably too lazy) to come out a product of my own.
Anyway, IM sucks… If not for the quick and lazy income I’m able to make, I wouldn’t consider carrying on this kind of life.
Now, for those who’re still struggling to learn the basics like editing
- Super Productive activies
- Productive activities
- Inefficient activities
Super productive activities are really easy to identify, they are the activities that you do, that will establish a system to set someone else up to do what you are doing. Did that make sense?
An example is if you are building your own links, it would be building a system behind that link building process, and then outsourcing it to someone or hiring someone to do that activity in house… if you were spending say, 20 hours a week on just link
Productive activities are pretty simple as well… these are things like finding
Now, ALL these things can be outsourced… yes, I said ALL.
I can guarantee you that out there somewhere in the world there is someone out there who is better than you at doing those activities, now you might have to pay for them sure, and when you’re starting out, you’ll be doing most of these yourself, but you start by outsourcing a single component of this process (the monetization aspect) and as your sites grow, so
Don’t get me wrong, inefficient time can be useful… but just recognize what it is you are doing… you are NOT building your business in forums (unless you rely on it somehow, and if you are, then that can be outsourced too), you are NOT building
When starting out, you should focus your time at about 10/80/10… meaning 10% super productive, 80% productive, 10% inefficient (you’ll always have about 10%… in reality it’s more like 50% but let’s just say we’re hardcore into this… but we’re not total robots)… as you grow your income past the $2,000 per month mark, it should look more like 20/70/10, at $5,000 per month, 30/60/10, $10,000 50/40/10 and so on…
The first thing you should outsource, is
Unfortunately this is a topic that is a book all in itself, but