To Pay, can Pay!Written by Seamus Dolly
To Pay can Pay!
When I started out, I was determined to pay for as little as possible. Search engine submissions seemed relatively simple; just type in your details and "let it off". I was set to be a millionaire in a few months. Why didn't I do this years ago instead of working like a slave in a thankless and tough engineering industry?. However, I was somewhat naive. There is a lot to learn but good news is that it can be learned so following is essence of Pay Per Click search engines . PPC or "pay per click" search engines, are a way to get guaranteed and targeted traffic. To take any mystery out of it, you just place a bid on words of your choice. These words are typically words one would type into a search engine that would eventually lead them to your website.
If you are marketing "BREAD", then this would be one such word or keyword. You put yourself in shoes of person looking for your product or a product like yours. This should sensibly be uncomplicated. For example, you shouldn't select "bread for beginners" or "bread that will melt in your mouth". Your bread might very well melt in mouth, but regular Joe or Josephine wouldn't typically know that and therefore would not type it in as a search keyword. The market on internet is anyone and everyone that is connected so some consideration for way they think is required and essential.
Targeted traffic is only traffic of any commercial use and this is possible with PPC's. If you have highest bid for "BREAD", then you will automatically be number one with that particular search engine, and maybe others allied to it. It is then up to your product/site to do business. Its straightforward enough and may only need a bit of practice.
The Mountain Highs & The Valley Lows When Starting A Home Based BusinessWritten by Kirk Bannerman
The emotional aspects of starting a home business can have you experiencing high highs and low lows. In addition to immediate luxuries of being your own boss, setting your own working hours, and avoiding a stressful commute, there are also significant things on other side of ledger…starting and building a home business is not just an automatic trip to promised land. The need for self discipline is important…since you don’t have a boss and a place to report for work, it is now up to you to schedule your time and perform productive tasks on your own.
Set actual work hours. Decide what hours you are going to work each day and stick to it as much as possible. This is one of beautiful things about a home based business…you get to make this choice based upon your own personal situation for that particular day. Make "to do" lists for each day. Then, as you complete items, check them off list. You can transfer anything you don't get done on a particular day to next days list and make some notation so that you can see that it is a carryover from previous day...however, remain constantly aware of procrastination trap which leads you to keep putting things off until tomorrow. Hopefully, this will help you to stay organized and on task and allow you to make some real progress in developing your home based business.
In early going, one of most difficult things about developing a new home based business is dealing with emotional roller coaster that can result from highs (successes) and lows (temporary setbacks) you are almost certain to experience. Once you have done research and decided on a particular home based business opportunity, you really need to focus on PERSISTENCE and realize that any real business will not just automatically become successful in days or weeks…you should be prepared to give it your best effort for at least 6 to 12 months in order to begin to build a solid income base.