There are only a couple of steps that you need to follow to make sure your success on the internet entrepreneur. I have seen plenty of aspiring business owners’ trip up some of the steps that I am going to be outlining for you here and tanked miserably, ending up losing family support and a lot of money.
First of all you need to find a need and fill it. A lot of people who are just getting started make a fatal mistake – they make the final product first instead of asking if there even is a need for the god damn thing. This is the opposite way of running a business. You always need to start with looking for a market. First of all find a particular group of people who face similar problems but not having any luck solving it. The internet is a great place to start, use the search engines to suss it out.
Keyword research is great tool to use – find out what people are searching for but not a lot of competition. This will help out your SEO efforts greatly – you’ll rank faster and get more traffic at a fantastic rate.
Next step would be to write drop dead gorgeous copywriting. This is a skill not many people have and is so valuable when building a web presence. If your writing can effectively convert visitors, you should take advantage of this – not many people can write.
You need to raise interest with a great headline, describe problems that your particular product solves, position yourself as a credible authority by creating high value content and use testimonials. You also need to create a sense of urgency before asking for the sale – this creates an illusion that you will not be around forever.
Always have the customer’s best interests in mind by asking ‘why should I buy anything from you constantly. If you can’t answer this question you won’t be too successful. Only businesses that meet demands and figure out needs will thrive, the rest of them will die real fast.
Once you have a particular product and target market it is now time to blog build and website design. Keep things simple – remember that you only have a few seconds to grab attention. Most people are not interested in long winded product explanations. Make navigation super simple and keep to the same templates. Don’t overuse graphics audio and video at all – less is always super a lot more. Make things easy to buy and consider the number of clicks it will take for somebody to get to your product purchase page.
Remember that your website is pretty much like your physical store so make it as customer friendly as possible – this is crucial for converting hungry buyers!