(January 18, 2013)
It’s six in the morning and I could not sleep for two hours already. So I got up and got myself a good dose of the SBI forums.
It’s a great online place to hangout, kick back and refresh your mind some good positivity. I just read about an inspiring post of another successful SBIer.
Why Other Online Entrepreneurs Want To Make Things Difficult?
When I talk with my friends, who also experiments with online entrepreneurship, the things they talk about is incredibly complicated.
Stuff like managing servers, paying for hosting, setting up WordPress sites, plug-ins, codes and designs. Stuff like that is incredibly complicated to me. I had no experience with website building whatsoever. Just imagine how much time it would take to learn all these stuff.
- Does it matter that you know how to code that stuff, set up that complicated online presence or understand another convoluted plug-in code?
- Or does it matter that your site draws successfully traffic without you spending a dime?
- Or do you have website businesses make real hard cash for you?
I’d go with the latter two.
The Huge Value of Simplification
When people start getting involved into website creation with SBI, they are often so much focused on their success and on their passion that they overlooked how beautifully simple the SBI process is. Actually, the exact steps of working the process are laid out.
In the background of your online business efforts, SBI handles a huge amount of work without you ever seeing it.
In addition to that, the people working behind SBI constantly screens the online world for new stuff and implement the most effective trends at quite the right time just to make it available for the SBI user without any additional cost.
The Hidden Costs of WordPress
No doubt you can set up a WordPress blog or a Blogger blog just fine. I do have a Blogger blog myself. It’s like a private diary and I write in it, perhaps, every three months.
But to be really successful with a WordPress blog, you need to set up a professional one and that alone for the reason that you cannot monetize the free version of WordPress easily.
Note: SBI has written an article about setting up your online business with a website versus a blog. Of course, I’ll understand if you think it is biased. But I still think it is a good read. Check it out here: WordPress against websites.
Stop Losing Time Reading Hundreds of Forums
My first site, I actually created part time at nights or on the weekends while I had my busiest times in college. It was just easy to write down my passion about the topic at that time in a fast, easy and authentic way.
I also didn’t have a virtual assistant at the start and still got myself up to 2,000 visitors a day after half a year. Sure, I think I got a little bit lucky with my specific niche and my keywords. But I know that this success is reproducible.
Now that I actually have a virtual assistant that takes much of the tedious work off my hands, I find myself procrastinating more and more with reading online tons of stuff.
Some of that stuff is damn smart believe me. But reading damn smart stuff doesn’t put a food in your mouth.
At least not if it is not followed by massive action.
Going Back to Sleep – My Team of VA’s will Take Care of the Rest
Whew! I got some important thoughts off my mind. Thanks for being patient and reading all this.
From the first word of this article to the place you are right now, exactly 13 minutes and 26 seconds have passed. The beauty of this blogging style is that I can literally speak my mind off my chest.
My transcriptionist will take care of transforming it into text. My virtual assistant will follow up with illustration and other online stuff. And faster than I will know it, it will simply be done. Nice!
Okay, time to tuck myself in again. See you in the comments.
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