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making 40/day how to scale it up.

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by giftedwizard, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. giftedwizard

    giftedwizard BANNED BANNED

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    guy im making 40/day and wanted to know how to scale this earning up to porbably 80/day.




    for the noobs that gonna ask me how i make so much.
    fiver
    review website amazon/clickbank
    selling social media top rank for youtube/facebook/twitter
    freelancer
     
  2. avi619

    avi619 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Simple. Make more review sites. If your services are great, you can advertise your service to get even more orders.
     
  3. giftedwizard

    giftedwizard BANNED BANNED

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    more detail please thank you.
     
  4. GiorgioB

    GiorgioB Supreme Member

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    buy software, buy proxies, get employees..
     
  5. giftedwizard

    giftedwizard BANNED BANNED

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    got 2 writers at the moment. and please more detail
     
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    lmao do double the work
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  7. zinside

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    People tend to over complicate online marketing! If u find something that works, rinse and repeat until desired amount is reached... Like the other boys said, get employees and build an empire! Good luck and merry xmas!
     
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    You already got the hard part done, you got a system that makes you money. In order to scale it up, you need to double everything from customers to the work that you get done. Not sure how you can double your customers as you did not give too much info but... what ever you did, do twice as much. When it comes to work load, if you have two writers to make 40 a day, it stands to reason that you will need 4 to do 80 a day.

    Like I said, the hard part is over. Scaling is just a matter of repeating what you did on a larger scale. Double everything you do and you will make twice the money.
     
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  9. SEOtheWorld

    SEOtheWorld Newbie

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    What "scale it up" really means, is that you have to take yourself out of the processes that actually generate cash as much as possible, so that you can spend your time setting up more processes.

    In the case of a review website, this is relatively simple. You create a website, get traffic flowing, collect money, create new website in new niche while old one cranks out cash (some of that cash might be spent on traffic methods, so that you don't have to keep doing it yourself).

    In the case of fiverr gigs, you have to be selling something people want that will take *you* a reasonable amount of time to process compared to your income goals. If it takes you 20 minutes to deliver the gig, then you can make $12/hr. If you spend 2 minutes processing an order, and hire someone to do the work for $3, you can make $30/hr. If you pay someone .25/order to process the gigs, and hire the work out for $3, your earning potential limited only by # of orders, and the amount of people you can find to do the work. You just have to find w/e happy medium works for the product or service you're selling.

    Freelancing, you can only make what you charge, unless again you're hiring the work out.

    My main income right now is selling SEO and website design to local businesses, and while I *could* do the work myself, instead I outsource the work and spend my time finding new clients, looking for an income source I would prefer doing, and developing my coding skills. I hate going out and trying to sell to business owners, but right now it's what I'm good at it, and it pays the bills.
     
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  10. giftedwizard

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    good suggestion.how much you charge for seo
     
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    giftedwizard BANNED BANNED

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    looking for some seo job.

    budget
    100$

    keyword
    buy youtube views
     
  12. SEOtheWorld

    SEOtheWorld Newbie

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    To be honest, it depends on what I think I can get away with... I have a few clients that are $600/month with moderately competitive *local* keywords (so much easier to rank local keywords), couple clients that are $1000/month(dentist, lawyer), and one client that's $3000/month (car dealership). Some of those contracts include vague services, like social media consulting, too.

    I do set up the tier 1 links since the client sees those directly (also, I've been planning on monetizing those eventually, haven't gotten around to it yet), and end up spending around $100-200/month per client on outsourcing.

    *EDIT: I don't offer SEO services online, not enough profit in it in an area like this where the competition is so high.
     
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