Sell Your Product Online

Written by Marsh Uele

Copyright 2005 Marsh Uele

In today's business world, if you're not selling your product online, you're losing sales. If you have a product, make money online by selling online. There are simple ways to make money online.

Make sure your site is professional and easily navigable if you want to make money online. If you have a lot of product, a search feature is a necessity in order for you to make money online. If you have only one or two products, you can use a payment method such as PayPal to make money online. However, if you showcase more product in order to make money online, you'll want to open a merchant account to handle credit card payments. Some merchant accounts will also offer free features, all helping you to make money online. To keep from violating credit card rules, make sure that for Internet sales, you have an Internet account.

Consider paying affiliates to help you make money online. Affiliates are online "word of mouth" referrals and can increaserepparttar amount of money you make online. They link to your site from theirs, and all of their traffic becomes your traffic, increasingrepparttar 144840 likelihood of making money online. When it comes to making money online, affiliate marketing is a no-lose forrepparttar 144841 merchant, because commission is paid only on sales.

One of the 'Golden Rules' of Internet marketing....

Written by Richard Grady

Copyright 2005 Richard Grady

In my opinion, one ofrepparttar 'Golden Rules' of Internet marketing has to berepparttar 144810 following:

'Once you have uploaded a website, you should leave it online forever - even if it is only making you a couple of dollars a month.'

As long as you are coveringrepparttar 144811 hosting and domain registration fees each year (maximum of a couple of dollars a month), then why takerepparttar 144812 site offline? Admittedly ifrepparttar 144813 site is causing you hours of work every week and still only making you a couple of dollars income each month, then yes, remove it. But ifrepparttar 144814 site involves you in no work (for example if it sells an eBook or you generate Adsense income etc from it, then why remove it?)

The point is that whilstrepparttar 144815 site in question may only be generating a small amount today, you never know what might happen tomorrow…..

This principle has been illustrated to me in a pretty big way duringrepparttar 144816 past week and this isrepparttar 144817 sole reason that it is fresh in my mind and I want to sharerepparttar 144818 experience with you so that you don't makerepparttar 144819 mistake that I very nearly made.

I have a site which I built about three years ago. It was a bit of an experiment and not connected to my main income-earning sites in any way. The site covered a topic that was pretty competitive online - an industry for which top search engine rankings were exceptionally hard to get. As I say, it was an experiment and I didn't really expectrepparttar 144820 site to make me much money - which was a good thing as it meant that I wasn't too disappointed when it didn't! :-)

After a few months of receiving no traffic,repparttar 144821 site was eventually picked up by a couple ofrepparttar 144822 major search engines and it started to receive a handful of visitors each day. I guess on a very good day I would get 45 referrals. Needless to say,repparttar 144823 site wasn't making a fortune in income but something is always better than nothing.

Anyway atrepparttar 144824 beginning of this year I undertook a review of all of my websites and maderepparttar 144825 decision to ditch a few ofrepparttar 144826 under-performing sites. This is where I nearly made a big mistake by deleting my little site but for whatever reason,repparttar 144827 site in question managed to survive my 'cull'. It was a close call but inrepparttar 144828 end I decided that even thoughrepparttar 144829 site was only making $20 or $30 a month, it wasn't involving me in any work so it would be stupid to turn it off just forrepparttar 144830 sake of it.

Sorepparttar 144831 site remained online and up until last week, it continued to tick over as it has done forrepparttar 144832 past three years, earning a minimal income every month fromrepparttar 144833 few visitors that manage to find it.

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