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When I say “online business“..it could mean anything from a blog, to a network marketing business, to a niche website and more. One area where many people get stuck online is that they don’t know what to focus on.
Focus is the key. If you can focus on the tasks that are really important for your business, then you’ll succeed – guaranteed. Of course you have to be persistent as well. So here are the 3 things, or areas you NEED to focus on to succeed online.
1. Traffic – Let’s say you’re a blogger for example. What’s the lifeline of a blog? Readers! You need to have eyeballs coming to your blog in order for it to be successful. One of your biggest focus areas should be getting the word out about your blog (or online business). Of course you wanna do it without spamming people and shoving it down their throats . The more traffic you can command online, the more money you’ll make, period. Traffic = money. This applies to blogging, affiliate marketing, network marketing – everything.
2. Offer – Your offer is basically what’s gonna make you money online. Again taking blogging as an example, if you’re not actually selling something from your blog, you won’t make any money. You can sell advertising space, affiliate products, or if you’re really savvy, you can make your own products. I’m an affiliate blogger myself, which means I recommend other people’s products from my blog, and get paid a commission when you buy them So please support my blog by buying something Keep in mind that your offer should be something that has value for your marketplace (or readership). Something that they WANT and will actually help them! Also, you don’t wanna just spam your audience with product offers, the main focus of YOUR blog should be your content.
3. Conversion – Conversion is, simply, getting people to buy your stuff. Converting them into customers. What good is an online business if you can’t make sales and make money? Getting good conversion rates is as simple as testing, testing, testing. Testing different blog design aspects, different ad copy, different opt-in form headlines, etc. You have to continually test in order to improve all aspects of your business.
Those are the 3 things you need to be focusing most of your effort on. Everything else besides those, you can eventually outsource and have other people help you get them done. Please share this post if you found it helpful, so that other people can check it out too. Thanks