Don’t have a fortune (or even a few hundred dollars) to set up and run your new business? Here are some tips…
As the old saying goes, ‘it takes money to make money' and although it's relatively cheap to start an affiliate marketing business, the old saying still applies.
First you'll want to learn how affiliate marketing works, and courses run from a low of $47 for my Super Affiliate Handbook to thousands of dollars for full fledged mentoring programs related to internet marketing. Perhaps you want to learn how to build your own website so you can save money in the long run on designers… and there are courses for that too.
Then of course you will want the best of tools to use in your business. Maybe you need to upgrade that old computer that keeps crashing every time you open a big program, or a faster Internet connection to speed up your research.
You'll probably also want to buy tools that make you more productive, and there will be no shortage of tempting offers for software that promise easy ways to build your affiliate empire quickly.
Once you've got your website up and running, you'll want visitors, and the quickest way to get visitors (without waiting months for the search engines to list your site) is to advertise using pay-per-click advertising (PPC). With minimum bids at Yahoo! Search Marketing running at ten cents a click, getting thousands of visitors to your web site can cost a fortune.
But what do you do if you don't have a fortune (or even a few hundred dollars) to spend setting up and running your new business?
Working another job to finance your business is a really bad idea unless you somehow managed to be the only person on the planet who was blessed with a 48-hour day.
There is a better option and it's all about how you manage your finances.
Most of us didn't get any training as children or young adults on how best to manage our money. ‘Save for a rainy day' is the only thing I remember my mother telling me about handling money, and guess what… She was wrong… in part.
I'm richer now than my mother ever dreamed of being and that's because I ignored her advice. From the time I was a teenager, I took a path much less travelled in regards to money management and it has ALWAYS worked like a charm.
I'm not in the financial consulting business, so I won't bore you with the details. However, I do know someone who offers sage advice to those who were led up the garden path on the subject of money matters and are now seeking a better way.
His name is Leo Quinn, and if you're in debt up to your ears and can't even think about how to fund your affiliate business, his advice could put you on the right path. If you are serious about debt relief, Leo prescribes uncommon methods that I know from first-hand experience really work.
Back in 1997, Leo created a program that shows folks how to get control of personal debt and get rid of it.and how it can be done very quickly.
Leo started teaching this at local community colleges in the New York area. The response to this simple but very effective strategy was so great that he was told that he should write a book about it and distribute it online so more people could benefit.
So in 2001, Leo wrote his book, “How To Own Your Paycheck Again!“, and since then thousands and thousands of people have used his strategy to dramatically change their financial well-being. And don't worry… what he prescribes is neither illegal or immoral. 🙂 It is all above board and like nothing you have ever seen before. It's the kind of financial advice that you would have pay thousands to get from a financial planner.
And it's a far better investment than buying an information manual that instructs you to go out and spend even more to build your business, when you don't have it to spend. Why not learn some techniques on how to pay off your debt quicker and more money in your pocket?
Now for a limited time, Leo has agreed to give NPT readers a huge discount on his program. (Even without the discount, it's a great deal, however.)
So, if you need to get out of debt before you can get into business, get Leo Quinn's book, “How To Own Your Paycheck Again!” today!