Make June Your Breakout Month – Build A Business in the Next 30 Days

Do you want to change you life?  Do You want to Work where you want when you want? Do you want to become a full time Internet Entrepreneur?

If You answered yes to one of those questions then isn’t it’s time you did something about it?

It’s June 1st today so why not dedicate the next month to laying the foundation of a long term business.

I am not suggesting that at the end of the month that you’ll be able to retire but I am saying that you’ll have a usable system in place that you can build on. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither is an Internet marketing career. I’ve been doing IM for over 4 years now it’s only in the past 9 months that I’ve finally got myself organised so that I can work a few hours a week if I wish and still maintain my income.

If you are willing to sacrifice 30 hours this month and $30 then you can succeed.

The first stop you should make is ezinearticles.com. Ezinearticles is a great place to research business models.  There are loads of categories here find one that appeals to you. Once you click on a sub-niche you’ll see a link to the top Authors in each niche. Follow this link and you’ll get a list of the Top Authors in that niche. Now all you need to do is to click on some of their articles and look at where their resource links go.

This way you’ll get to see the business model they are using, and believe me if they have bothered to write lots of articles it is working. Follow the process to the end and see all the tricks and tactics they use

It’s now down to you to replicate the business model.

Even creating your own product can cost less than $30.  The graphics on my Twitter Tips and Tricks Site cost me  $17, the domain cost me $9. I wrote the book in less than a day. Although I am giving away the product at the moment I could start to charge for it or even sell it as a complete business package via a site like sitepoint or digitalpoint.  Check out the graphics at www.twittertipsandtricks.com

Go On do it now!!  Build For Your Future

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Anthony Santiago

Hi Mark,

Excellent post. Despite all the formulas out there, it really just comes down to good ol’ work. Hard work? Well, depends on who’s talking. I’ve seen it first hand where you get paralysis by analysis. Fear of failure and waiting till you get it “just” right or the “right” time. June 1st, 2009 IS the perfect time.

I believe everyone should read this post and get to work.

By the way, your twitter report was SPOT ON! And YES, I’m implementing YOUR strategy as we speak.

Cheers,
Anthony

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Lane

Mark, your challenge comes at a good time for me. My “real job” just ended with the school year, and I’m good to go. I bought your WordPress Goldmine (http://www.lanelester.com/go/wpg) some months ago, and I’ve been champing at the bit.

Over the months I’ve observed gurus like you come out with new programs and provide excellent support and updates for those who get on board at the product launch. But as the weeks and months go by, the gurus go on to other things and lose interest in the previous product. I hope I haven’t missed out by not being able to get started until now.

Lane

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Montana

When I see posts like this, I wonder “why would the author want more competition? Why would he want to give away the secrets of the trade?”. Do you have any thoughts on this? Thanks.

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Mark

Montana,

Let me ask you a question…why would anyone not want to share what they have learned..?

The Internet is a big place and there is more than enough money to go around. I like competition and nothing makes me feel as good when someone emails me and says .. “I tried what you suggested and it worked”

Not all internet marketers want to screw every cent out of everyone or buy ferraris and yachts that we can put on sales pages,…. some of us are happy making a living at it and are happy to share what we learned.

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Montana

Mark, I wasn’t trying to come across as evil or money grabbing, but, even if there is enough money to go around, why give yourself extra aggravation with n00bs not understanding your advice giving the trade a bad name?

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Montana

I guess that emotional payback (yay, I helped a guy) really does matter more for you, and I applaude you for that, but don’t expect me to fully understand it. I think most of syndik8 shares my views, from what I’ve seen. Ok, to each his own, good luck with your endeavours 🙂

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