There’s Got to be a Way for Me to Make Money Online

There’s Got to Be a Way for Me to Make Money Online

It took me about three hours to clear away everything that was cluttering my mind to write this post.

Two months ago, I started this blog, wrote a few posts, but then abandoned it. I learned that once you lose momentum, it takes a while to start moving again.

 

Over 1.5 Billion Websites and Counting

I didn’t enter into my 2019 summer vacation from school with the intent of writing a blog.  After all, Internet Live Stats reports that there are already over 1.5  billion websites and counting. I can’t imagine that the world needs another one.

But, per the advice of my mentor, I started Pulsipedia. Now, I see the value in it. I can share with others what I am learning to help them on their path.

2013 Beginnings

My mission to find a way to make money online began in 2013. I saved a binder of notes on some of the things I’ve learned in this endeavor. This word cloud provides a visual of those splattered efforts.

My online businesses ranged from selling products on eBay and Amazon to dropshipping on Shopify. None of them achieved a level of success to brag about, so I continued on my quest for the next shiny object to guide me on how to make money online.

Create a Digital Product

I started to think that I needed Kevin David’s Digital Course Secrets to create and market a digital product. Since I sold physical products online without much success, maybe I needed to look into marketing a digital product.

Kevin provided an example of a person who created and successfully sold a course on how to do a handstand. But, that’s not quite what I had in mind. At least that person knew what they were an expert at and created a course to teach others how to master that skill.

I know how to teach math, science, and language arts K-12, but there are curriculums published for that already. Now I’m stuck on what to create.

Two Comma Club Award

Here’s a thought. Russell Brunson presents the Two Comma Club Award to users of his ClickFunnel Software who have sold over $1,000,000.  I think that if you’ve earned that much money promoting a product, you probably have a useful product.

Kevin David was a recipient of the Two Comma Club Award, twice. His courses and trainings have helped over 2,000 of his students leave their 9-5 jobs behind them. I purchased Kevin David’s Ninja Masterclass in 2017 to learn how to sell with Fulfillment by Amazon. I do receive the yearly updates, but, for now, am not one of his success stories.

So, maybe, instead of creating a course; I should become an affiliate marketer of Kevin’s digital products.

 

‘Partner With Him’

While considering the idea of marketing Kevin David’s products, a characteristic about another Two Comma Club Award recipient stood out.

This recipient, Dean Holland, has made it possible for others to partner with him and use his multi-million dollar business to make a lot of money with him, morally and ethically.

That phrase ‘partner with him’ resonated well with me. 

Let me think this through. Every time I make money, he makes money. That’s perfect.

He has a vested interest; therefore, it is likely he would provide personal coaching that is mutually beneficial.

 

The 4 Letter Word That Can Grow Any Business

Then I watched his presentation The 4 Letter Word That Can Grow Any Business hosted at an independently organized TED event.

The key – provide a free offer.

Finally, I know how to make money online – partner with a millionaire, DeanHolland.

So, I became an Internet Profits Partner with Dean Holland.

 

Partners are provided:

  • a 30 Day Blueprint
  • access to over 25 digital products
  • daily and weekly coaching calls
  • education on Free Traffic Training
  • a Private Facebook Group
  • access to his sales team
  • courses on Paid Traffic Training

As I learn from Dean, I will share my experiences to help you in your journey.

Grammarly

It was silly for me to take so long to write this post. After all, it doesn’t have to be perfect. You can use Grammarly to edit it and update your post to correct anything you’ve overlooked.

Kind Regards,

Angie

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