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Secretly Review: Imagine making 250+ per day with just 20 minutes of “work” a day

The internet allows many of us an opportunity at success that we may otherwise never have had. There are countless ways to make money online but there is a lot to learn as well. Unfortunately many of us will fail because we just get lost in all the information and aspects of running Secretly Review. Below are some quick tips to give you a head start on your way to success!

Build Relationships – Take the time to establish a connection with your potential customers. People need to know and trust you before they will buy from you.

Get More Involved with Social Media – Using social media is a great way to connect with people and start building the relationship. Choose a few good social sites and start participating and sharing information, resources, etc. Don’t spread yourself too thin.

Write Guest Posts and Articles – Content is very important for your marketing campaign. Write blog posts and submit them to various blogs that target your business idea. For instance, if you sell furniture you don’t want to post on blogs that teach people how to paint. You want targeted traffic so go where people looking for furniture would go.

Build Backlinks – Backlinks can help get you a higher ranking in the search engines as well as getting you more direct traffic. Be sure to watch where you get your link posted. The search engines go by the rule, “guilty by association,” so stick with quality sites with no “questionable” content.

Publish a Newsletter – Newsletters are a good way to form relationships with people so they will buy from you. Offer quality information, interaction and be consistent. Try adding a little fun as well. A trivia game or something similar with a prize for the winner can work well.

Optimize Your SEO – Research keywords, write good headlines and titles, read up on SEO and optimize your site for those search engine spiders.

Use Google Analytics – Using Google Analytics is a good way to study WP AmazeReview Review. Learn where they come from, when they come, how long they stay, which pages make them leave, etc. All this information will help you maximize your site’s effectiveness.

Call-to-Action – Order Now, Sign-Up Here, Click Here, Call Now… these are all calls to action. Be sure yours is prominent and really urges your visitor to take action. Colorful well-designed buttons can make your call-to-action much more effective.

Exit Ads – Exit ads or floating ads or ads with other similar names can grab your visitor at the last minute. Make sure the offer in the ad will compel them to sign-up or follow the call-to-action. In that last second as they are leaving your site, you have one last chance to capture them.

Offer Incentives – Sometimes people just need a reason to get them to take action. Offering a free gift or valuable information can get them to sign-up or take the next step.

Answer Email Inquiries Promptly – I have emailed so many online businesses and never received an answer. This always baffles me. How can you expect to run a business if you ignore inquiries, comments and feedback. ALWAYS answer emails as quickly as possible. This immediately builds up the person’s confidence and trust in you.

Use Surveys – Surveys are a great way to find out what your visitors think of your site, your offers, products, services, etc. This gives you crucial information and let you know what changes, if any need to be made.

Interact with Your Visitors – Allow people to comment on your site or have some type of form for people to leave messages. Answer these messages or comments promptly and encourage others to post as well. Interaction is a key to building relationships.

Don’t Forget the Canvas Conversion Kit Review – Once you have made the initial contact with a person, be sure to follow up in a reasonable time. Follow-ups can reignite the person’s interest in your business and can increase sales dramatically.

Joint Ventures – Contact other blog owners, online merchants with complementary businesses and see how you can help each other by cross-promoting. Do an ad swap, post each other’s content, etc. The possibilities are endless.

Build a Community – Start a networking group and build a community of people who could benefit from your expertise or business. This is a very effective method of building relationships.

Toot Your Own Horn – Don’t be shy about advertising your accomplishments. By doing this, you will show your visitors/readers you know what you are talking about and the confidence and trust will skyrocket.

Brand Yourself – Branding your self means to create a memorable and unique image, name or symbol that will instantly make people think of you and your business. Define your brand, create a logo, create your message with an effective tagline and get started branding yourself.

Network Offline – You can market offline for your online business. Join business groups, attend networking events, participate in community events, and donate to local events. These are all great ways to spread the word about your online business.

Listen to Your Customers – Whether your customers have positive or negative things to say you must listen to them and take them seriously. Take any necessary action to rectify the situation. Let your customers know that what they say is very important to you.

Simple and User-Friendly – Be sure your site has a clean simple design. Make it easy for people to find their way around. Do not add a lot of flashy ads, music or other distracting items.

Always Be Updating – Be sure to add fresh content to your site regularly. Always check your site for dead links, outdated ads, etc. Update your design when necessary. Keep your site fresh and alive.

Video Marketing – Well-made videos can do a lot for your business. Capture your audience’s attention in the first few seconds so they continue to watch. Make the video short and to the point. Use visuals for more effect. Talk with clarity and don’t try to impress people with big words.

Hold Contests and Other Events – Contests, networking events, online parties, etc., are good ways to draw people to your site. Announce your events through your social media and offer points or incentives for people who share your posts to their friends and followers.

Provide Ongoing Support – Always provide support to your customers. Once they make the purchase and the money is paid, they might still need you if they have questions or concerns. Do not abandon them once you get their money.

Privacy Policy – Let people know you value their privacy and do not sell or give away their information. Give your privacy policy its own page and make it easy to find.

Contact Information – Please offer your contact information in an easy to find place on your site. Not letting people know how to contact you is a grave mistake and could lose you tons of potential customers.

Opt-In Forms – Place opt-in forms in various prominent places on your website. Be sure to offer incentive for people to sign up for your mailing list.

Affiliate Programs – Adding a few good affiliate programs to your website can help you earn extra money to help make your business a success. ClickBank is a good place to start and there are many others as well. Try searching for affiliate program directories to help you find more options.

Do Not Give Up – Giving up is one of the reasons so many online businesses fail. People get frustrated and decide to quit. Becoming a success takes a great commitment and you have to give it time. It will not happen in a week or a month. Be persistent and do not give up!

Starting and building a successful online business can be done but take the time to research and do your homework. There are a lot of scammers out there who prey on people’s desire for success. I have heard many stories of this happening with me included. Be careful and be successful!

Share Your Good Taste

Kit – With Kit you can share your favorite items without ever letting them out of your sight.

You simply create a kit (what essentials you bring on every business trip, for example), and make affiliate links to buy the products on Amazon. Earn money whenever someone buys the products you recommend.

For instance, here are some of Tim Ferriss’ picks.


Share Your Handbags

BagBorroworSteal – Sell your designer handbags and accessories on consignment, or take a lower offer price and get paid right away.

Share Your Healing Touch

Soothe – Soothe operates similarly, sending licensed massage therapists directly to the customers who request them. According to their website, Soothe therapists earn 2-3x more than they would at a traditional spa and have more flexible work hours.


SHN Bonus: Get $30 off your first massage.

Zeel – Zeel is the Uber for massages. Licensed massage therapists can earn fill their unbooked time on Zeel and set their own schedule. Therapists earn 75% of the sticker price (around $99 for a 60-minute massage), plus an automatic 18% gratuity.

Share Your House

Airbnb – Airbnb is one of the most well-known sharing economy platforms and is disrupting the entire hotel industry. One Side Hustle Nation guest rented out his spare room to essentially live rent free, and another rents his entire apartment while traveling the world.

I’m a fan of Airbnb as a user (I’ve stayed in Airbnbs in Philadelphia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Turkey, and Japan) and think it’s definitely a great way to monetize an underutilized asset under your own roof. We’ve even seen people buying investment properties solely for the purpose of turning them into Airbnb rentals.

Your rates are going to be dictated by your local competition, which could be anywhere from $40 to $300 a night. And as Jasper pointed out on the podcast, if you have hotels in your city or town, you know there’s at least somedemand.


SHN Bonus: Get $35 off your first stay

Home Away – A well-established vacation rental site specializing in whole-house rentals.

VRBO – Vacation Rental By Owner, another marketplace for short-term vacation rentals.

Roomorama – Another site like Airbnb.

Homestay – This platform focuses on booking stays where the homeowner is present, where most of the Airbnb stays I’ve booked have been for the “whole” house or apartment. When I ran a search for an upcoming trip to San Diego, I found rates from $27-65 a night.

Wimdu – Airbnb clone with a heavier presence in Europe.

If you’re going to list on one of these sites, you might as well cast a wide net and list on all of them. Just make sure to update your availability calendar when bookings come through on different platforms.

Share Your Ideas

Namestation – New companies are often looking for help coming up with names for the businesses or product lines. Namestation lets them crowdsource suggestions from creative people like you. They say their top contributors earn up to $300 a month part-time.

Innocentive – Win cash prizes for your game-changing problem-solving ideas. With millions of dollars rewarded since 2008, companies are paying serious bucks. This site has a more science/invention angle.

Share Your Investment Strategy

Instavest – This site makes it easy to replicate the stock picks of pro investors. If you’re an experienced investor, Instavest says you can earn up to $5000 per investment “thesis” by sharing it on their site.

Share Your Knowledge

Udemy – With Udemy you can create a video course in your area of expertise, set your own price (up to $50) and put it up for sale on their platform of more than 10 million students.

Udemy recently made some pricing and promotion changes that have dramatically cut earnings, but I’ve still earned over $10,000 on the platform and was consistently earning $200-600 a month. Here’s a post I wrote about my Udemy course launch.

A few Side Hustle Nation guests have found success on Udemy as well, including Scott BrittonRob Cubbon, and Phil Ebiner. I like Udemy and platforms like it because you can create the asset once, and sell it again and again.

What could you teach?

udemy sharing economy

Skillshare – I’ve also syndicated my courses to Skillshare, where they don’t earn as much but still bring in some incremental passive income.

Coursmos – A growing online education platform where you can set your own prices for your course without any limits.

360Training – Another online course platform where you can syndicate your lessons.

Share Your Language Skills

Motaword – If you speak multiple languages, you can earn money translating text with this service. – Get paid by the word to translate text.

Unbabel – Earn $8-18 an hour translating one of 28 languages for customer service teams around the world.

Verbling – With Verbling you can set your own hourly rate for online language lessons. Most tutors appear to be in the $10-25 an hour range, and Verbling says some are earning a full-time living on the platform.

italki – Set your own hourly rate for Skype language lessons and conversation practice on this platform with more than 2,000,000 language learning students. When I was browsing it seemed like hourly rates were mostly around $10 for English practice.

VerbalPlanet – Another peer-to-peer language learning site where you can set your own hours and rates, though the average student payment is $22 for a 45 minute lesson. VerbalPlanet asks you to only apply to their tutoring platform if you have teaching experience.

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