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“The future has already arrived. It’s just not evenly distributed yet” - William Gibson

Post by Alex on Sat 07 Jul 2012, 7:06 pm

By ShaneCultra on 6th July 2012

That’s what I tell people every day. I earn a nice living selling to a community of 150,000 people. Every day, I and my family are working on ideas and ways to sell more product and get people in to our stores. What if I had 2 billions people as potential customers? I do, we all do. So why does making money on the Internet seem so hard to so many people? The Internet is the future and its sitting right in front of us to monetize. I think its like swimming in the pool and swimming in a giant lake. Same stroke, same speed, but doing it in an area where you can’t see the boundaries is overwhelming to most people.

Just a few hours ago I had a great conversation with a young local landscaper that stopped by because he wanted to pick my brain about how he could increase business using the Internet. I opened up the conversation with this, “when you realize the power of the Internet and how to profit from it, you aren’t going to want to sell to just the 125,000 people in our area” “You’re going to realize there billions of people that use the Internet every day that you can reach”

Forget every thing people are telling you about being to late for this or all the easy money is gone. It’s just not true. This thing is in its infancy and every day there is a new form of “easy money” popping up that you can be a part of. Eventually the easy money part will pass because others will find out and the competition will take the easy out of the money. Everyone that reads this blogs knows the power of the masses on the Internet. Some already know how to monetize it, others are on a quest to figure it out. The opportunities are endless and are only tempered by your work ethic. You need no money to set up a site on the Internet. Every single thing I have made from the Internet was made from absolutely 0 dollars investment. It goes like this. Write a blog, make advertising money, use advertising money to expand blog and move from blogger to wordpress and pay for hosting. Sell blog and buy domains. Flip domains for more money. Start more sites. Make monthly revenue to buy more domains and sites. And continue on. I could make high XX,XXX this year and next year should make XXX,XXX just snowballing what I am doing. And all of it can be done by anyone that is willing to put in the time.

I laugh because the Internet is one of the lowest barriers to entry businesses I’ve ever been in and yet there are millions to be made. But it seems that most of the people I talk to still want to take shortcuts or not put in the time. There is no cutting short the time it takes to learn the best approach to monetizing the web. There are thousands of ways to monetize it but all of them take an educated or creative approach. It’s not as simple bringing in a bunch of money and going at it. While there are billions of potential customers that also means there are millions of potential competitors. But again, we’re in its infancy so the rate of competitors to potential customers is very small.

In my opinion there is no more sure thing than the dot com. I laughed as business and people clamored towards Facebook and other 3rd party “locations”. It is human nature to socialize and to want to be near or around where the social is located but it is also human nature to have a home. We don’t live where we socialize. Businesses may want to monetize the social but they will want a stand alone business location. I always figured that businesses would figure out that if they go all in with Facebook that Facebook now controls their path. They need to have their own domain and build there business there. All along monetizing the Facebook user in any way they can. I’m being proven correct more and more each day as businesses are moving their ad revenues to promoting themselves on the net and not just on Facebook. Where people socialize will always change with time. There will always be the “hot” site or place. We want it add to our business not BE our business.

People are also searching for information. Those that put out sites that answer those questions will be able to generate revenue. We all know something. One simply needs to put all that you know into a nicely organized site and you WILL make money. I tell people that they could take anything that they truly have a passion for and make money on the Internet. People want to go to sites made by people with a passion for the subject. Google wants sites from them as well and will reward them for their effort. Over time it is virtually impossible to not make some kind of money on site that is highly informative and written by a person that truly understands the subject.

In summary, if you are not taking advantage of this opportunity you have nobody to blame but yourself. At some point you’re going to have to quit talking about what you are going to do or worshiping those that are doing it and do something yourself. You’ve noticed I hardly write about what others are doing because why should I waste my time writing about what someone else is doing when I could use that time to do something myself? “The future has already arrived. It’s just not evenly distributed yet.” Those who work hard now will get a disproportional amount of what the Internet has to offer.

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Re: “The future has already arrived. It’s just not evenly distributed yet” - William Gibson

Post by fustachio.tel on Sun 08 Jul 2012, 1:43 am

It's hard to monetize on the Internet with Google's monopoly aka when Google skews the results and deems your website brand or name a none word so drops you down the rankings, when they suggest a competitor over your own website for your own brand or make it easy to Google bomb / trash suggest bad reviews against your brand and business because one customer you may not have even had decided to go at you, the Internet is the wild west and Goggle the sheriff of Nottingham to the highest bidder / blackmailer but we can still setup a horse and cart it just becomes a game of cat and mouse until a Google update steps on our necks, breaks our wheels and sets fire to our cart because we didnt pay the required pass go tax and bridge fees.

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