Would you just love to work from home right now but your Internet business hasn't taken off to the point where that's possible yet?
Well here's an alternative that could get you working from home NOW while you build your Solo Build It business to the point where it supports you...
Freelancing refers to the process of offering your services for someone else on a per project basis. The best way to explain this is through an example.
There are millions (and I’m not exaggerating) of webmasters and internet marketers out there who are in need of fresh content and new products on a daily basis.
Their demand for digitally written works is so great that even if they are blessed with just as much writing
prowess as you, they simply don’t have the time to come up with everything they
need to build their businesses. Hence, they resort to outsourcing.
You will be paid per delivery, and once each project is done, you can take
on more clients for consistent earnings.
Here are more examples:
The bottom line is, if you have some services to offer that can be delivered digitally, freelancing is always available for you.
But as with everything else, the best advertising vehicles are often those which you have to pay for. Be that as it may, you won’t be promoting heavily, and any financial investment you will be forced to make will not cost you a fortune
It’s not entirely a bed of roses for freelancing though. Let’s take a look at a few of the disadvantages of this trade...
If you'd like some quick cash and you want to give freelancing a test drive, here are some splendid places where you could advertise your services and solicit some clients:
The choice is yours. If you’re looking for sure profit fast, then freelancing is a great option indeed.
But if you want to plan long-term, I suggest that you continue building your Solo Build It sites as well and explore other earning opportunities to diversify your earnings as much as possible and increase your business's longer term stability.
Diversity Is The Key...
Like my mentor Dan Kennedy says, "They all go lame". He's referring to his horses obviously, but he's also talking about to every employee, contractor, income stream, business opportunity, partner and everything else that starts off working well and eventually goes bad.
One of anything is a bad number. Again, one employee, one contractor, one income stream, one business, one marketing method, one partner or one of anything else is fraught with danger.
ALWAYS diversify and back-up everything...
Get the idea?
Always have alternatives to everything you do just in case something out of your control comes out of left field and tries to whack you out of the game.
If you do you'll build a strong, reliable long-term business, not just a short-term moneymaker...
Having said all that, I hope this lesson has given you a viable alternative that will let you work from home until your SBI sites produce enough income for you to sit back and just cash the checks.
That's it for today,
Until next time,
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