In this post I want to provide information and direction to readers who wish to produce a work from home income.
In the past few weeks I’ve been narrowing the direction of this blog in an effort to provide useful information about building an online income.
There are at least two aspects of living your life on your terms that need to be considered 1. being mentally ready to make the transition from a ‘JOB’ and a paycheck 2. deciding how to earn enough to pay the bills! There are all kinds of practical consideration like having a little chunk of money saved up before cutting loose … I’ll skip over that since it so elementary!
Most of us took a job after getting out of school and were congratulated for being responsible! Now that you wish to live life on your terms, take time to consider some alternatives or you might be getting involved in various online schemes that will waste time, money and energy because they didn’t work out!
‘Income Trilogy Report’ by Steve Scott of ‘Steve Scott Site’
Steve Scott of Steve Scott Site, one of the sources of information I’ve been referring you to has written an excellent ebook ‘IncomeTrilogyReport.pdf‘ that he offers for free at his blog. He draws on several years experience he has in making a good income with affiliate marketing, to describe three basic ways to make an on online work from home income.
Briefly, these are 1.writing for a living, 2.affiliate marketing 3.publishing ebooks etc. Since these match some of the ways I have directed my efforts to earn a work from home income I have decided they will be the focus of my writing on this blog.
Steve Scott’s Income Trilogy Report’s 88 pages are divided as follows: a few pages answering Internet questions and then pages 14 through 35 about different aspects of writing for business, pages 37 through 54 about affiliate marketing and pages 56 through 77 about information products he labels as long term income. Then some more general and valuable information about business.
I have written some articles about the business of freelance writing, ghostwriting, PLR etc. on this blog – titles will show as related articles below this post – and of course writing is required for a lot of the online business you might be doing such as affiliate marketing.
Writing for your business would not be like writing for your english teacher … you need to be able to describe a product or get a point across like you’re writing to a friend, and you’ll do fine even if you make spelling mistakes as long as you take time to proofread before you publish.
If you don’t feel confident creating or promoting information products or even writing articles there are freelance professionals you can pay to take over and PLR providers who research subjects they write about and sell their packs of 5 or 10 articles at very reasonable rates; this helps get around the problem of lacking inspiration and all that is needed is to slightly rewrite these articles to add your personality.
I will be writing more about the other parts of Steve Scott’s report. There is plenty of ground to cover and I will continue to write on these subjects.
In the meantime I would like to get some feedback from you if you picked up Steve’s report or even if you didn’t! Maybe you have some questions about starting a business at home?