How to make money online for beginners
I became an online entrepreneur and an online marketing professional a few years ago. I started because I believe in the online journey and Internet Advertising as a software (both for business and training), as I was the sales and marketing for a startup from the early days. I’ve spent over half of my life doing marketing and being a professional.
I’ve come to my current position by completing three major business growth initiatives for my current business:
Become the last registrant of the small business which currently sets up only local businesses. Getting that business to a position where a customer can’t learn of the business. Taking that business through to another point, with a well-known quality product which of course connects with the customer in the right way, at the right time.
As you can tell, this is quite the journey so many e-companies are facing. Aside from the decision to reach for a different market and build a new brand online, I believe that there are some really incredible opportunities for marketers and marketers themselves to look at the online economy and see the promise that there are.
Being an online marketing professional and an entrepreneur can be easily divided. I’m sure there are many differences. But I think most connections to two professionals might start out with really basic concerns and then build higher up the stack. We’re thinking about the business on a higher level, the one which is built around the customer. We’re in a powerful position of being able to see what kind of user needs what service.
My efforts as an entrepreneur are not often related to trying to develop a product or service for the business. I’m a very technopreneurial person. We’re aware from the beginning that technological knowledge is required for any developer. This knowledge allows us to extend our technical skills to see our growth. We are not originally about the product or the solution. We’re much more about the user. We are actually a combination of product, technology and customers.
We’re interested in bettering, improving and improving. This is the first part of an optimization phrase which has been adopted somewhat widely by the tech world to mean focusing on details and improving them. As entrepreneurs, you know that you can’t simply just watch a problem unfold without taking action.
My hope for online growth professionals is that they can harness technology to find that next, next access point that will help customers, creating new opportunities. Or knowing when to stick a curveball or a curveball at the customer. Not accepting zero. To ask questions of a customer in the right way, at the right time, getting closer to understanding who that customer is and what their core problem is.
To think of being an online entrepreneurs is really exciting for me. I still have plenty of work to do, but becoming an online entrepreneur makes me feel a part of a larger group and also that I can change my life and do it differently. But there are exciting opportunities out there that I haven’t even scratched the surface of yet. As more people find the Internet as the place to the home, there will be massive opportunities to pay attention, focus and make the Internet a better place.
I think we can be a thriving part of the innovation and success of that. I hope to see many fantastic lives being changed as entrepreneurs and start their own digital empires.
I hope the next big e-product isn’t somebody selling a beautiful product, but something that benefits the person who receives it.