Self Sufficiency And Money
No matter how self sufficient you are or strive to be, you'll always
require money. It's just an inescapable fact of life. The best way I've
found to generate extra income without adding more daily toil
is internet marketing - building a simple website. It's NOT hard at all.
A simple little website can sit there quietly generating you extra income. Now, I'm not talking megabucks and get rich quick on the internet stuff.
A relatively simple little web site is however, quite capable of
generating you an additional $100 or more a month in advertising alone.
Put in some extra work finding useful products for your site's visitors
and over time, that income can be grown to a couple of $hundred
and way beyond. Yes, it requires a little work to begin with -
but just like planting out perennial food crops, once the work is done
your initial effort is paid back many times over.
Now, if the techie stuff scares you - don't let it! You absolutely do not have to be a tech "whiz kid". Today, there is software and systems to walk you through the process and make all that technical stuff invisible.
There are 2 ways to go about getting a profitable site together depending on your tech ability:
SiteBuildIt - This is a simply brilliant system that walks you through the process of creating a high ranking website that gets traffic and generates income. You build a website around your passion - which makes it far more enjoyable - this system provides all the tools in one place and hides all the technical stuff. You follow the step-by-step process to build a real internet business with ease. Highly Recommended... actually I just can't say enough about it... see SiteBuildIt
Newbie Startup Guide - This will require a little more tech savvy and internet marketing awareness ( there's more focus on list building and direct marketing) however it's jam-packed with the right information to get you started. At under 10 bucks it's extraordinary value and will guide you toward what works online. Take a look at the Newbie Startup Guide.
I've been marketing online for over 10 years and seen all the junk and useless information out there. I wouldn't recommend something useless or not doable.