You may be asking yourself: how can I make money using the internet? Well, the aim of this article is to try to get you to realise the earning potential of the information publishing business.
Let’s say, for argument’s sake, that the average annual wage in the UK is £30,000 a year. After tax you’re looking at a net income of £1897 per month, but let’s be generous and round it up to £2,000 a month.
Now imagine you’ve started your own information publishing business, and you’ve produced your first report and have a list of subscribers – I will talk about this in a later article.
You’ve only got 200 subscribers and you’re going to sell your report for £20. The report took you a few days to write, and the promotion a few more days. Altogether the report took you about a week to put together.
Now, let’s say half those subscribers buy your report at £20. That’s £20 multiplied by 100 – that’s £2,000 for ONE WEEKS’ work.
Let’s say you do that twice a month. From your information publishing business alone you’re now earning £4,000 a month – for 2 WEEKS’ work.
You’ve just doubled your salary. You’re now earning £4,000 a month.
Do you still need to do your regular job? You could cut your work in half, yet double your income. Instead of working for the whole month, you work the equivalent of 2 weeks, yet instead of earning just £2,000, you earn £4,000.
Right now you may be thinking that this sounds great and want to know how to get customers, how to produce the guides and promotions to start making this money…
Or you may still be sceptical in someway. That’s fine, healthy scepticism is good. But if you’re still not sure, over the next few articles I will try to allay your fears and you will begin to see how great this opportunity is.
OK. Hopefully you’re looking forward to learning more information on how to start your own information publishing business and halving your work but doubling your salary. Stay tuned…