Making money on the internet is a great way to make a living. There is nothing quite like waking up and checking your email or Clickbank account to find out that you have made a few hundred dollars in sales overnight.
This is certainly true of Niche Marketing. Choose a lucrative niche with interested leads willing to pay money for what you intend to sell and you will soon be financially free. Fail to do sufficient market research and testing and the niche you choose will bring you a lot of frustration and have you waste hours of your precious time and a whole lot of money.
You definitely can make money while you sleep. BUT…..it won’t happen over night. There is a lot of work involved and it does take time.
Making money on the internet begins with this important question;
What are people willing to pay for?
If you can answer that consistently then you will make a lot of money.
Your online success depends on and begins with finding a profitable internet niche market. This first step to finding a lucrative niche is extremely important. Every other aspect of the business follows this. No amount of marketing will do your niche any good if there are no interested leads who are willing to pay money for what it is you intend to sell.
You don’t need to know any “insider secrets”. Also, it won’t take weeks to find a profitable niche. In fact, it won’t even take days. It can take less than an hour. Also you don’t need any special software or expensive subscriptions to a keyword generation service.
If you would like some guidance and ensure that you find a profitable internet niche then please sign up for a Prime Niche guide..
Simply put, copywriting is the writing you use in your written promotional materials. This can include your advertising, website, brochures, catalogs, business cards, sales letters and more.
Copywriting is what you use to get your customers and potential customers to take a particular action. For example:
Many business owners make the mistake of thinking they can just throw their copywriting together. I congratulate you for taking the time to visit this section of the Prime Niche Marketing Members area because the information in it will put you ahead of many other small business owners who make this mistake.
When someone visits your website or reads your brochure, you aren’t there to answer their questions or to convince them how great your product is. Your words need to do that for you. In other words, you need effective copywriting.
Fear not! We are going to show you how to do it. I hope to help you develop a robust, powerful set of copywriting strategies. I will not only show you how to improve your writing and your sales skills, but I will also give you a step-by-step, 30-day outline that you can use to guide you through the process.
Basic Writing Skills
How To Improve Your Writing Skills
How Sell Through Writing
Powerful Tricks For Boosting Conversion
When it comes to copywriting, your primary objective should be to convert readers into buyers. If your conversion rate is 1%, then you should aim for 2%. And, if it’s 2%, then you should aim for 3%. Push yourself hard to improve your copy; and the results will pay off in consistently thicker profit margins.
Below, I consider some of the methods you can use to crank up your conversion rates; and generally squeeze more money out of each sales letter. We’ll start below with using bullet points correctly.
If you’re like most Internet marketers, you wouldn’t hire a copywriter for most of your projects—and for good reasons, too. First, you know that most of your projects are simply too small to bring in a high-powered copywriter and pay them $50-100 per page.
And second, few others know your product and your market as well as you do. No matter how hard you try to convey important points about your product to the copywriter, you know you’ll lose something in translation.
So what can you do? Your first option is to continue to write sub-par copy for most of your sales letters; and simply hope that it will do the trick.
However, if you’re more realistic with yourself, you’ll probably quickly see the problem with doing this—namely, that you’re leaving hundreds or even thousands of dollars on the table every time you create a sales page that converts 1%, rather than 2% or 3%.
And this is precisely why you must learn the art of copywriting: it will not only save you money, but it will also ensure that you have a master copywriter working on every project you initiate.