Home Business Hub
Making Money On The Internet With Your Home Business
Almost every website on the Internet has one goal in mind: how to make money, at the lowest cost possible. I, for one, has this website http://www.googlingprofit.com, with making money on the Internet for a theme. The purpose of this article is to share with budding webmasters and those intending to make their presence felt on the world wide web, the lessons learned from the early successes of Amazon.com - the online store founded by Jeff Bezos - one of the business leaders in today's Information age.
Here are the lessons learned from Jeff Bezos' early successes with Amazon.com - which I hope will be of valuable help to you. Lesson One: Have a Goal You must have a goal. From the moment Jeff Bezos envisioned to make his presence felt on the Internet, he spared nothing to attain his goal. Lay down and make known in clear fashion your goal to every stake holder of your Internet business.
These include your spouse, your web designer, and your assistants, if any. When Amazon was struggling to make a profit for the first time, only its founder Jeff Bezos believed that his business goal could be achieved. Everybody was astounded when Jeff Bezos achieved his goal after one year from pronouncing his goal. You can write your goal on a piece of paper and post this on the wall beside your desk. Save this goal in your hard disk. If possible make your goal the start up page when your computer boots up. Convert your goal into a screensaver. Read your goal to yourself every day as you go about your business. Lesson Two: Motivate Yourself You should motivate yourself every day and pass this motivation on to every one who's involved in your business. Jeff Bezos did not lack motivation when he was struggling in his business.
To paraphrase Wallace D. Wattles who wrote the 1910 best selling book, The Science of Getting Rich, envision yourself right now as having a very successful business and do every legal and ethical way to actualize your vision. You can learn more about Wallace Wattle's book from the this webpage: internetmarketingleaningcenter.com/inspirational/ebook.html. Lesson Three: Adapt to Change It is said that change is the one single permanent thing on this planet (i., next to taxes). Amazon changed the way it does business through the years. First it was an online book seller.
Next it expanded into selling music and videos. An an Internet entrepreneur you must also learn how to adapt to change. Change comes and goes. For example, in the early years of the Internet, people were wary of using credit cards in their online transactions. Nowadays, the use of credit card is is like coffee in the morning. You can't do without it. Then there is the growing realization that blogs are not just for personal records. Blogs are here to stay - to help your business grow. Lesson Four: Have a Business Model Since we are on the topic of Amazon, you could use Amazon as your model. You could run your own business like Amazon during its early years.
You could be selling your single information product now. Two weeks from today you will have added another back end product. Next month you will have introduced into your product line the inventory of the affiliate programs you have joined in. Lesson Five: Add Content to your Website If your web site is content based, you should be adding new content every day. Casual visitors to your web site will become your regular guests when they see new content every time they come to your site. These visitors will in the end become your regular customers. Lesson Six: Be a Generalist A generalist is one who does a multitude of things. In computer language this is known as multi-tasking. This has been the culture at Amazon.
Home Business Hub Articles
Home Business Hub Books
Home Business Hub