Do You Need Your Own Home Based Information Products Marketing Business?

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Do you really need your own home based information product marketing business?

Hey, if you're among the super rich like Bill Gates or Warren Buffet, or if you're a celebrity like Charlie Sheen or Ashton Kutcher, you probably don't need your own home business to survive.

Yes, even if poor Charlie was fired from Two and a Half Men, he was very well paid for a long time at around $ 2 million per episode and probably has a few dollars hidden for a rainy day. And what about Charlie Sheen's replacement, Ashton Kutcher? At a reported salary of $ 700,000 per episode plus incentives, I don't think he needs a home business to stay afloat.

So if you're a celebrity or among the super wealthy, you probably don't need to start your own home information marketing business.

But what about the rest of us?

I think we should all start and start our own home information product marketing business. Even if we have a good job right now. Even if you launch it just as a button to earn extra money.

In this terrible economy, and before the economy even collapses, millions of people have discovered that a good job can disappear in a minute like a puff of smoke. I discovered it three times in my career.

Wouldn't you rather be prepared for this, by having your own home business to fall back on if you need to?

Maybe the job you have now is not so good, or you really don't like it and you would like the freedom to just say goodbye and go do your own thing.

Or, you may be retired, or soon retired, and wondering how you are going to supplement your meager social security checks.

A good home information product marketing company can help you do just that. This is why I believe that you need your own home information marketing business.

Millions of people dream of starting their own home business. Are you one of those millions? It's great if you are, but please, don't look like a lot of dreamers who chase every new "opportunity" and never really succeed, or dream and dream, but never never start. Or else, they start some kind of home business and give up too soon. Success doesn't come as quickly as expected, so they lose hope or don't know what to do next.

If you dream of having your own home business, you can finally start a legitimate home business that has the best chance of succeeding.

Why wait longer?

Imagine being able to focus on a good home business, marketing information products, so you can stop wasting your time and money trying every new "opportunity" that sounds good. Imagine starting your own home information marketing business and succeeding in it.

You may be asking "Can I be successful with my own home based information product marketing business?"

I think you can! But you have to do it. I can't do it for you. All I can do is help you along the way with articles like this, and ask you to take a look at the many news products on marketing related websites and blogs on the Internet. Just do a Google search, for example, using the search term "home marketing information products". Review the information provided by the websites that result from your research, then get started.

Just listen to some examples of people very close to you who started out with little or nothing and who earned a good part-time income, or even some very interesting marketing information:

I am a great example as a moonlit person who made good extra part time income through information marketing. I worked for a division of a medium-sized company as a marketing manager. I decided that I had to do something aside to be able to eventually get out of the corporate rat race.

One of the things I enjoyed doing in my spare time was painting with oil paints or acrylic paint. Over the years, I had found several good ways to save money on arts and crafts supplies and I decided to help other artists and artisans do the same. So I wrote and self-published a small 32-page booklet titled "How to Save Up to 60% on Art and Crafts Supplies". The print cost me 50 cents and I sold it for 5 dollars. For a few years, I sold nearly 8,000 copies and earned $ 39,213 in revenue. I'm neither Charlie Sheen nor Ashton Kutcher, so I really appreciated the extra money.

A classic example of someone who earned a fortune in information marketing (much more than I do) is Joe Karbo. Joe was one of the people who inspired me to start my own parallel information marketing business.

Joe was bankrupt when he lost his well-paying job. He spoke to several lawyers to see how he could avoid bankruptcy. In the process, he learned to negotiate with his creditors and decided to write a book, "The Power of Money Management", which he sold using direct-response ads in newspapers and magazines Southern California premises. The book was an overnight success and Joe avoided bankruptcy.

Later, in the mid-1970s, he wrote another book in just six weeks which became an American classic … "The Lazy Man & # 39; s Way to Riches". He sold nearly three million copies at $ 10 each. I bought a copy and loved it.

Ted Nicholas, another millionaire in information marketing, tells the story of Matt Furry. Matt is someone who followed Ted's example. Matt started his Internet business in 1995. He owed $ 50,000 in debt. He had to raise $ 317 to buy one of Ted's home study courses. Ted used the title "You a Millionaire Writer?" in his ad for the course, which intrigued Matt enough to buy it.

Ted says that so far, Matt has sold information products for $ 30 million on the Internet. Ted describes Matt's company as skinny and nasty with no employees and no debt. Wow! It inspires me. And you?

Dan Kennedy, a small business marketing expert, tells the story of someone he knows who runs an information business of $ 750,000 a year literally on a kitchen table , simply selling information to pot-bellied pork owners. How is it for a niche that doesn't seem to be able to sustain this level of activity?

Tim Kerber, an expert on membership sites, uses one of his "student" experiences as a case study of what can be done with membership marketing sites. Information. Her student is Carrie Wilkerson. Carrie is a mom who started her business with no online experience and a 3 week old baby. Carrie is now considered a full-fledged expert, a popular speaker, has 10,000 people on her prospect and client list, and is on track to make six figures in her first year. And she did it all in less than a year.

I could go on and on with the success of information marketing after success. I love being inspired by others who have done it. But, that's enough for you to get the idea. Even if I know, and you know, these results are not typical, you can see that with a certain degree of skills and aptitudes, a good work ethic, concentration, persistence and persistence. 39; action, success is possible.

You can do it!

Selling information has been described by information marketer Terry Dean as the most exciting and rewarding business with which an entrepreneur can or will be involved.

Millions of dollars worth of information products are sold every day around the world. Most of the great online successes involve selling information in one form or another.

AGREE. And you?

If you are not Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Charlie Sheen or Ashton Kutcher, is it not time for you to start your own success as an infopreneur?


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