This message is not for you to buy anything. It is written in the hope that it will provoke thought.
For a moment, lets say that you are the most successful entrepreneur on the Internet; 90% of the people are coming to your web site and making a purchase. At present that would be 60 million people plus. The question is, can your company handle that amount of sales volume?. What about customers inquiries, the logistics of getting the product to them in a timely manner and so on. You will be making a ton of money however, as you can see it will transform your business in a manner you may not like. Especially, if it's home based.
Now lets come back to reality. If you really think about it, all you really need is about 1% of the people on the Internet to purchase from your web site and you will do quite well. Lets say 1% of 60 million times the cost of your product. I think that you will be pleased on the way to the bank. We at Gordon Industries call this "THE ONE PERCENT FACTOR".
The one percent factor takes into account that we all want to make money on the Internet that's why we are here. Some of us want to use it to supplement our present income; build a income for retirement; money to send our children to college or a hundred other reasons. What we don't want is the Internet to transform our lives to the point that we are no longer in control of it.
The question that has to be asked is: why am I spending so much money to promote my site if I only need 1% of the people? If you are spending more than $200 a year to promote your site and you are getting the results that you desire, Congratulations and keep up the good work. If however, you are not getting the results that you hope for, than it may be time to rethink your marketing plans. It could be to your advantage to look at Gordon Industries 3 steps to web site submissions to Search Engines, Directories and FFA,s. Nothing on the site will cost you more than $200 a year. Guaranteed! The aim here is to get that 1% at the lowest cost possible.
Keep this in mind. This is not a get rich quick approach but, instead a slow march to wealth.
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Wishing you the best in your pursuit of wealth.