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How to Create a Successful Online Business on Auto-Pilot

Published on 2/19/2017
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The key to starting a succressful online business is the make the business automated. First you need to come up with a product to sell or market.

Here are five simple steps to making money from a dream or an idea you have and enjoy. You don’t need the gurus to start or grow a business that will free you to make money on your terms.

1. Focus:
Focus means figuring out who you want to serve and how you will deliver value to that group.

I’m guessing that if you applied 10 percent of the knowledge you currently have, you would make progress building your business. Turn off the constant learning and focus on 20 percent strategies. Use a service like to unsubscribe from unnecessary emails lists that take all your time.

2. Build an audience.
This is where many businesses miss the mark. There are many ways to build an audience and quickly:

Be a guest on a podcast. Every morning, Radio Guest List will deliver to your inbox a list of shows looking for your expertise.

Guest post on blogs. There are blogs that get millions of visitors each month. In 2012, I guest posted on 50 blogs that brought half a million visitors to my website.

3. Develop a monetization plan.
After you’ve started to get exposure, it’s time to implement your plan to generate income. Your website/blog needs a content strategy that aligns with a promotion schedule. It shocks me how many coaching clients come to me without an organized plan to generate revenue.

4. Test and refine.
Once you have a plan and have implemented it, study what works and what doesn’t. There is a lot of advice online, but nothing beats good old fashion testing. Try different offers, bundle various products and services, run sales from time-to-time.

5. Launch, scale and automate.
By this point, you will have built “1,000 true fans” and a business that’s ripe for growth. Always launch with a bang when your promotions hit at the end of each month or quarter. This means you have affiliate partners, joint partnerships through webinars and launch bonuses.

Automation is the key to putting your business on auto-pilot so you can make money while you sleep.

I discovered a business that does such that which allows you to put your business on auto-pilot simply by placing ads online and you have the potential of making $200 - $2,000 weekly.

It's called My Weekly Checks. Click here > < To See the Free Video Overview.

To your success,

Richard Cooper
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Starting and growing an online business is not easy. There is a lot of competition talking about the same topics as you. It takes time and tremendous focus. It takes beating self-limiting beliefs and the haters. It’s hard, but the lifestyle of true freedom it creates is priceless.

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