It Takes Time To Profit From An Online Business, Meanwhile…

While working on, planning and establishing an online business there are some things you can do to encourage connections, confidence, progress and get experience that will fuel your business once it is truly profitable on its own.

Rather you have no money to spend and you’d like to make some, or if you have money and want to invest to encourage faster progress there are great tools to help you get forward in your business, despite the work you’re doing that is directly specific to running or starting it.  Here are my tips:

Fiverr

Fiverr (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Sign up for fiverr.com

Fiverr is a website that gives people the ability to connect with products and services that are worth $5.  You could get someone to do a service for you for $5 or you could list something you would like to do for others.  You can help someone get more experience, get a service done that you didn’t want to do yourself or get the word out there about your business and services, while getting more experience. There are very fun ideas on fiverr.com

Sign up for business 2 blogger…

If you have an online business you’re working on getting into the blogging community is important.  You can set up your own blog and find promotions you could contribute to, or you could list something you’d like to promote and get bloggers to work for you.  Business 2 Blogger is a great website.  The blog has a lot of information on internet-based business and blogs.  The jobs posted there are diverse and you can sign up as an affiliate to encourage other businesses to post blogger jobs on the site.

Sign up for wicked start…

Wicked start is a business start-up site that helps you get through each level of progress you need to address to start a business.  I personally think that if you have already started a business or you’re working freelance this site is a great tool to help you prioritize and summarize what you need and where you are in defining your work.

Sign up for dowhatyoulove.com or warrior forum.com 

Warrior forums are full of people talking about different techniques to succeed online.  Do What You Love is a little more focused and is the brainchild of Frederic Patenaude who blogs, and gives courses on succeeding with an online business.  They will both give you the information and education you need to continue progressing on your goals.

Are there any other tips you’d recommend?

Which of these have you tried or are you willing to try?

5 thoughts on “It Takes Time To Profit From An Online Business, Meanwhile…

  1. Thank you so much for this!!!!!! I’m really focusing on my online store and can use all the tips I can get. These are great and I’ve never heard of any of them.
    I’m so glad you did this…

  2. I’m glad it helped rockpapertree… I’ve found these sites to be really helpful if I’m feeling discouraged or lost in my business progress so if I can’t(or won’t) do the actual work, I feel like I’m still progressing if I work on something from these sites. I’m always on the lookout for more tips and resources.

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  5. I found gigsden.com to be the best micro-gigs website to do business as there is good traffic, sales, good support and very fast payouts. Unlike Fiverr, I am not restricted to sell things for only $5. In gigsden.com you can sell anything for $5, $10, $15, $25, $50, $75 or $100.Please check it out if you like to make some cash.

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