How To Make Money Online For Free

So, you want to make money online for free? And by “free” I mean you don’t really want to buy the latest money-making-shiny-object out there that is promising to make you money over night; you want to start a business on nothing!

Although there are some great resources out there you might want to consider someday, let’s focus on what is not going to cost you any money out of the gate.

Just follow these three steps…

Step One – Have Someplace for People To Go.

When you need a free website, turn to The dot com WordPress is free. Although you will be somewhat limited to what you can do with it (revenue wise vs self-hosted) it will get you off the ground and we are suppose to be sticking to “free” methods in this article.

You can build a site and they host it. There are also plenty of free websites themes to choose from so you are bound to find something that fits your business model.

Pick a topic and try to make it very specific. A site about fishing, ok. But still too broad. A site about fly-fishing the Pacific Northwest Rivers. Even better.

You can’t write to everyone. So don’t make your topic too broad. You are just looking for a group of people (readers) that will be passionate enough to read your stuff.

Step Two – Content and Promote

  1. Write Unique Content – Stay away from those article spinners out there. Just write something that comes from the heart in your own voice. Don’t hold anything back when it comes to revealing your true personality to your readers – some will hate your for it…but the bulk will love it.
  2. Promote on Social Media – Get a Facebook Fan Page. Get a Twitter account. Whenever you provide something of value, link to your website. Don’t pitch anything. That comes later. Try and connect with others that are doing the same thing or have the same hobby (those will be future buyers or cross promoters).
  3. Get a Name – You have to collect names. It is about building a list of people that like and trust you. There are a couple decent ways to gain followers on the .com version but this is where you will start wanting the .org version. You may have some luck integrating mail systems like MailChimp (free) but it will require a little bit of coding. You want people to opt-in to your list (so they can get a bribe or some free updates later). This will be your best method when it comes to selling later.

Step Three – Make Some Money

NEVER try and sell stuff right out of the gate. The biggest mistake I see people make is that they have banners and affiliate links immediately…so much in fact I don’t even know what the site is about.

You don’t have permission to sell people yet. When people come to the site mentioned above, they leave. They get the game. You only provided a minimum amount of content to try and sell them something.


Once you have opened up the dialogue (lots of posts, comments, conversations) you know have permission to sell using these methods….

  1. Affiliate links (usually good when you do some sort of review of the item).
  2. Banner advertisements (if you have enough traffic)
  3. eMail Marketing

The last one is my favorite.

This is how you can keep the big G happy and still make money. Think of it this way…

People sign up for content….they don’t sign up to buy things.

Give them content.  They will love you for it. They opt-in to your mailing list because they want to stay in touch. You then send them, every so often, solid content they can use (in your niche of course).

If you keep sending them solid content, after every 3-4 communications, you get to drop in a sale.

So, there you have it. The “FREE” make money on the Internet model.

Do I think it is the best model? To some extent. I do think you really need to host your own site, which opens up a lot of sales options (the .org version of WordPress).

In the end, as long as you follow these three steps to making money online free, you have a real shot doing well and building an online business.

How Can You Tell If Online Business Ideas Are Good?

There is no shortage of make money online business ideas and products being pitched out there. Some are good, most are not. When it comes to making extra money or even a full-time income working from home, you need to tread lightly.

But how do I know what is “good?”

Well, I can divide internet hopefuls into four categories…

You are an Idiot. – This category includes any email from a “long-lost” relative who left you 10 million dollars, a “prince” that needs to get his money out of the country and away from some horrible government, and a  “sure thing” diamond mine that just needs $4,000 in start-up capital.

Really Grandma? This stuff is at the top of the scam level. Falling for this means you probably should not have a computer…or a television…or a toaster.

You are nice, but naive. – This category is anything in the “make money surfing the net in your sleep” category. Anything that leads you to believe there will just be a truckload of free stuff coming to your house if you just review the product. Where will you keep all those free plasma televisions?

Did you just move from Kansas Dorothy? No one is going to send you “free” stuff. You don’t make money surfing the net and filing out surveys. That is what monkeys in some distant land can do for free.

You are educated, but not enough – This category includes anything that shows how to make money “automatically” on the Internet. “Yep, just set this CD on top of your computer (you don’t even need to install the program!) and it will automatically build you 5,000 money-making websites. Oh, and I can prove it because here are some screen shots of me making $238,902.23 per day (forget the fact that I own Photoshop and can make it look like whatever I want).”

If you are in this category you watched to many cartoons followed by infomercials. You need to get out more. Some guy has turned the Internet into his own personal ATM and all he wants to do is share it with you? In the old days they would have sold you a bridge.

You are cautiously optimistic. – This is actually where the real money is. You know will have to learn some things and you will probably spend a few bucks to learn the right way. But you also understand that no real business can be built with just a few mouse clicks.

If you need money by this weekend, you probably never made it to this category and already lost your money to Prince Abahula or are still waiting for your “turn-key” websites to kick in. If you made it this far and didn’t fall for the other crap, than you are ready to move forward…

So, how can you tell good online business ideas from bad ones?

1. Check around. Not everything you read on the Internet is true (gasp), but collectively enough of the same comments over and over again will start to gain some traction. Try to find comments and feedback NOT on the site that is selling you something. Also, try and find comments that are not on a side labeled “review” as these sites are often just veiled affiliate sites.

They often say things like “Is ABC Widgets a SCAM?” – Guess what, when your done reading they send you directly to ABC Widgets or another product they like – but oftentimes, you didn’t really get a real “review” of the product.

2. What is your out? Make sure you always have a money back guarantee – and don’t be afraid to ask for your money back if the product was not as advertised*. A 30-60 day time frame to review a product is fairly standard. Anything less and I would consider learning from someone else.

*As a side note, do not be one of those people that keep ordering and refunding even though they know the product was good. That is just lame.

3. Keep it Real. If you keep the moneymaking realistic and also realize that some time will need to be put in to your new venture, you are probably on the right track to building a real online business.

8 Must Have Internet Marketing Tools for Making Money Online

With a dizzying array of shiny objects out there to choose from, how does an Internet Marketer know which tools they should use for making money online?

Here is a “short” list of must haves if you are trying to market your business or product on the Internet.

The Internet Marketing Tools I Use For Making Money Online

WordPress + StudioPress

I don’t think many people will deny the Google friendly power of a WordPress fueled website. Not to mention the fact that it is easy to add new posts and pages.

Skip the “free” WordPress themes and skip hiring the kid down the street wearing a helmet. Let’s not create something that looks like everyone else right out of the gate if we don’t have to.

Get your own hosting account. Why? Because if you go the free route with WordPress, you will be limited from using some bells and whistles I know you are going to want down the road. Hosting is only around $10 a month – so it won’t cut into your Diet Pepsi budget.

As for choosing a theme, I highly recommend you start with StudioPress. They have some great themes and the support board is off the charts helpful! It is like having your own programmers on standby to help you out. Most of your answers will already be on the board somewhere – if not, you can always add your own post.

Special Note: Grab the “Full” version that gets you all themes. You can thank me later.

Yoast WordPress SEO Plugin

Want your friends to think you are an SEO ninja? Ditch the old All-in-One SEO and grab this new WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast.

You may already know about H1’s and H2’s, Keyword density, blah, blah, blah. I mean really. Who has the time?!

Well, you better have the time (or pay someone to do it for you). Why spend all that effort getting a site together only to have it win at a game of hide and seek?

Frankly, I hate doing the SEO stuff (my wife is the SEO Diva) but with the Yoast [insert wicked smart guy here] Plugin I can, easily, get most of the way there.

I love that it tells me specifically what I am missing (and what to do about it).

Takes a bit to set up, but well worth it! (Oh and did I mention it is a Free plugin?)

Internet Marketing Graphics Toolkit

I would love to have a full time graphics designer on hand to make cool headlines and images at my beck and call – oh yea, and I don’t want to pay them.

As much as I love playing around in Photoshop, it just doesn’t pay for exotic vacations. I would have given my eyeteeth to find this Marketing Graphics Toolkit sooner.

Max Rylski created a toolkit full of ready-to-use headlines, graphics, you name it. And here is the kicker…he sold it for under $10.00.

We are talking PSD, JPG, and PNG files  – the whole bit! This package has literally saved me hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. I also signed up for his monthly program, but you don’t have to. Seriously, just grab the starter package!

I can’t promise he still has the package available by the time you are reading this, but if it is, here is where I picked it up.

Sharebar or Sexy Bookmarks Plugin

Hey, you might be surprised how many people share your stuff  (and I am not talking about your late night karaoke fest captured on an iPhone). Just give your visitors an easy way to pass the message on to friends and loved ones.

Sexy Bookmarks is the easier of the two to use, but lately, I tend to lean towards Sharebar (as long as it fits into the theme).

Sharebar has some nice counter features as well as allows for custom coding (like adding Google+ for example).

Whichever you use, don’t go overboard. Pick a few hot share techniques and move on (you don’t need to list them all). I tend to stick with Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Digg, and StumbleUpon. But hey, you decide what is best for you.


Kajabi is the 800-pound gorilla the big boys use for product launches and membership sites. But here is what most people don’t know…

You don’t have to be selling a $2000 program to make Kajabi feasible. I have a couple programs under $100 and it works out great!

With a solid help desk and new features coming online all the time, Kajabi has become a serious option for Internet Marketers.

It has great looking sales funnels, ability to capture names/leads, and a kick ass social interaction membership section for your buyers.

I have also seen people pitching affiliate type stuff or even providing a free membership site – so use your imagination.

If you want more tips on using this Internet marketing program check out my Kajabi Reviews site.  As a user and original beta tester I’ll admit to being a bit biased but I also provide suggestions for lower budget Kajabi alternatives.

Deposit Photos

Quit snagging photos off the Internet hoping you don’t get caught. It is not fair to the people that are supposed to be getting paid for them.

Deposit Photos runs roughly $ .50 a photo  – so it won’t break the bank.

Sure there are some other sources out there, but many of them are getting pretty pricey. Bring back the old days when we could just buy a disk full of photos and use them all we want!

Easy Video Player (EVP)

Stop limiting your video playing abilities because you only know how to embed YouTube.

Why? The YouTube technique (although an easy and fun way to share) eventually takes traffic off your site.

Easy Video Player is well…easy. Not only does it seamlessly integrate with your Amazon S3 account (which only costs pennies), it has a nifty plugin for WordPress.

Once active, you have a TON of cool features that go well beyond choosing the color of your player. Embed html or links at the end of the video to take someone to your sales page. Add watermarks or even track how well the video performs for conversions.

Having wrestled with the pros and cons of numerous so-called “bolt-on” video players, I think EVP is the best by far for making money online.

Email Marketing Service

Look, if you are getting traffic then you HAVE to start capturing some names. Think of it as college and going home from the bar without phone numbers (loser)!

There are many out there and it all depends upon what you want to do. For simplicity, Aweber is a solid choice. IContact and Infustionsoft are also some good alternatives.

MailChimp has a free version, but I hate the name.  Plus you’ll need to upgrade to a paid plan if you want auto-responders (at least at the time of this writing) so you might as well spring for Aweber or one of the others.

Each of them will enable you to run double opt-in lists. – Yes, you should be doing double opt-in 99% of the time (especially if you don’t want to get blacklisted).

The fact of the matter is that people are going to click the SPAM button even though they double opted-in (the bastards)! With double opt-in, you are protected because there is proof.

Whomever you use, check out things like split testing subject lines, sending to non-opens, and try using a variety of widgets. [Hint: The key to making money online is having a list and building a relationship with people].

What Else?

Yea, I know there’s a host of other must have Internet Marketing Tools – but I had to cut this list to my top eight.

Think something else should be on the list when it comes to building a real online business and making money online? Have an example of a great site using these techniques you think we should look at?

Just leave a comment below!

Three Sheets of Paper That Can Help You Make Money Online

Ok, I will be the first to admit, I get distra….ok, I am back (see what I mean?). Anyway, much like a lot of people who do Internet Marketing or try to make money online, sometimes I start getting distracted by the small stuff.

For example, I love doing stuff in Photoshop. Banners, images, logos, whatever.

The problem is much of that stuff will not really make me more money. I might see an “older” banner on one of my sites and think, “hey, I can improve that!” – An hour later I have a much better looking banner, but did it really get me more income?

Have you ever worked your butt off for an entire day and not have anything, monetarily, to show for it?

My guess is you are like me and have a focus issue.

You mean well. You are a hard worker. You are just not focusing on the right stuff! Yes, talking to you chase-every-shiny-object-guy (or girl)!

So, here is the secret of how I stay focused throughout the day.

I have three large sheets of paper on the wall. You know, the kind you can get at Office Depot or Staples; they are pretty much large Post-it notes.

Here is the breakdown of what goes on each one…

Sheet One: ONLY items that will directly effect getting income.

This can be anything from sending out an email (selling a product, affiliate link, or launching a program) to creating a website that has some sort of immediate income associated with it.

Sheet Two: Items that will, at some point in the near future, make money online.

This is where I like to have sites that are “marinating.” They will be used at some point in the near future but not currently full time. They need a theme, content, and to begin building a list (but not yet selling anything).

This is where some a/b testing might go (although some people would argue it needs to be on sheet one – and that is fair assuming the project is already up and making some money).

Sheet Three: The kitchen sink.

This is where I have a million ideas that need a lot of work. Frankly, my banner example should be in here.

For existing items I can ask myself, “Is it good enough?” – if yes, it stays on sheet three with no chance of parole – there are just more important things to work on.

So how does the day go?

Look at Sheet One. Is everything checked off as “done?” If not, you don’t get to leave that sheet.

Don’t start your day on Sheet Three or Sheet Two – Those things don’t make money online – at least not right now.

Yes, there is always an exception…

Exception: Hey, I believe in taking a break and that you can only spend so many hours “working.” I hope you love what you are doing. If not, you should probably be doing something else. So, on “weekends” or a “lunch break” play with the items on Sheet Three – they are your future – just don’t live you entire work career in the future – you will never make it without getting real stuff done today!

Find an empty wall somewhere (visible from where you sit) and try it out. You may be amazed how three sheets of paper and a little awareness to your workflow might just bring you to the next level!

[I originally did this as a guest post, with video, for a fellow Internet Marketer named Joey Kissimmee. Thought it was worth sharing here – enjoy and feel free to ask questions or leave comments]

Do You Really Want To Make Money Online?

Let me ask again…Do you really want to make money online?

I hate asking this question because the answer is always the same. However, there is a big difference between answers and actions.

Ask anyone if they want to make extra money and the answer will always be “yes.” (Surprise!)

Ask someone what they are willing to give up to make more money and you will usually get the same look that dogs give you when they cock their head sideways trying to figure something out.

People just don’t want to sacrifice time or money and you have to give up one (or both) to succeed in making money online.

Think you want to make extra money and “work from home?” Let me save you some time…

First off, if you are not willing to spend time learning something new, you will most likely never make more money. Probably sucks to hear it huh? So don’t bother answering, “yes” to the question that you want to make more money – you don’t if you are not willing to sacrifice.

Really. Save yourself the endless aggravation and stress of “wanting” it. Why have the stress if you are never really going to do something about it?

Even filling out a lottery ticket requires some time and, sadly, that is the extent of some peoples attempt to better themselves financially.

If you are not willing to read all you can about a new topic that may help you financially, then move on and just get use to saying, “no, I really don’t want to make any more money…ever.” It may sound odd at first, but I suspect you might get use to it.

Do you have to spend money to make money online?

Look, there are a lot of great products out there that can cut your money-making curve in half and save you a ton of time. And, although there is a lot of free information out there, you are probably going to have to spend a few bucks (but not break the bank or miss a car payment).

I think you can learn just about anything for less than $500.

On the other side of the coin, great programs are buried among millions of idiots that are peddling a bunch of rehashed crap. Your job? Separate the good from the bad. The old, “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” is not a bad place to start.

That is not to suggest that there are not some great ways to make money out there. But you are going to have to work – so don’t fall for any “make money in your sleep” stuff. There are no shortcuts.

If you are not willing to ever take action, just save yourself some time. If you are not willing to put up some money, some time, or both. Just move on and don’t stress out about making more money…you won’t.

Making Money Online – Should You Quit Your Day Job?

If you are scanning the Internet in search of making money online ideas, you will no doubt find more opportunities than Elvis impersonators in Vegas.

And, like Elvis, we can argue for days of the existence of real opportunities. You know, the ones that actually have money coming IN to your back account as opposed to you lighting up PayPal by purchasing a non-stop wave of shiny objects guaranteed to make you money while you sleep.

You may be tempted to quit everything and jump all in. I respect that, but let’s get you set up correctly before starting your own business.

Quit your day job to start your online empire? – Look, I am thrilled that you saw The Social Network and were amazed at Mark Zuckerberg’s success but here is the deal. He was lucky, smart, and willing to steal part of someone else’s idea. You are not (or at least not all three!).

Start Part-Time. I can’t emphasize this enough. You don’t want full-time income pressure to make money online when you have not even got off the ground yet and learned the rules. Plan on plenty of nights and weekends before you walk into work and deliver that “Take this job and shove it” speech you have been rehearsing for the last 10 years.

Be prepared to learn. – When I say be prepared to “learn” I don’t mean prepare to learn which corners to cut. Sure, there are some things you can do to speed up your success, but there are others that you cannot skip. Many of the top Gurus are scrambling to re-build their business because they took too many shortcuts over the years – some of them are not going to be much ahead of you in starting a “legitimate” online business.

Rome wasn’t built in a day – but it may have fell in one. Hey, you are in it for the long haul (at least I hope). Sure if you have the new hot selling Pet Rock than buy some PPC and hope that you sell all your inventory before you run out of advertising dollars. Till then, build something that will last.

Quit your day job? No. Learn what you can from those that are not trying to sell you stuff every five minutes (by the way, we call that “glitter”).

Now, I am not saying don’t buy anything and I am not saying there is anything wrong with people selling stuff (yes, even I have stuff that I will probably offer you at some point).

But the important part is are you getting valuable free information as well? Is the person passing on info you can use? Do they seem to pass on “real world” info or are they saying you will “make $3,398.23 a day with just a click of a button?”

Anyway, keep your day job until you are making enough money online to then go tell your boss to take a hike! Trust me, it will feel much better when that day comes!

Starting Your Own Home-Based Business? Learn Anything For less Than $500!



On the wake of multi-thousand dollar home based business product launches people wonder, “How much does it cost to learn how to make money online?” Does it really “take money to make money?”

After poking around the Internet, bookstore, and library, I figure you can learn just about any work from home online business for less than $500.

Really Fred? Anything?

Now, when I say “anything” let me respectfully reign in a couple readers and say that I am excluding Doctors and Astronauts. You won’t be doing open heart surgery on the space station at that price point but, just about any home based business can be learned for the same price as going to the movies (assuming popcorn now sells for $400).

The challenge is separating good materials from the bad. A little digging around the Internet can help (as well as some reviews on this site).

But first…

Before you buy anything, make sure you have looked at all the “free stuff” first. You probably won’t be able to learn all the ins and outs just reading free information (most people keep the good stuff in reserve for a product sale – which is more than fair). But you will get a nice head start – maybe even decide it isn’t for you before you get out that credit card and try to make money online.

For example [yes this is a bit self serving but serves as a great example]…

There is a niche called the Private Mortgage Industry (some people call it the “cash flow industry”). I have been involved in it for over 15 years (and still am to this day). It is an industry that enables everyday people to find and refer mortgage notes to investors (and get a nice fee in the process). Although some slimy people out there try to make it sound like you can get rich quick, it really is a business and needs to be treated as such.

I have two main sites for this niche. – has hundreds of articles about the cash flow note business in general. The site is for Investors, Brokers, and Holders of mortgage notes. All the articles on the site are free. – Predominately a training site, but not without free content. There are four “preview” videos people get over a period of a couple days (once they have registered). Upon completion of the free mini-course, people can then go into a full online training program for less than $100.

If you glance at both those sites you will see that there is a lot of information you can get for free. If you had decided that you wanted to move forward, it would cost less than $100 for the training. We are still well below the $500 limit that I believe you can learn anything.

Taking the Next Step

Whatever type of home based business are looking for, be sure not to cut corners. Find a professional training (not just hype) by people that actually do the business. I prefer live or video trainings vs. a box full of materials. I also look for some way to interact with the trainers so I can ask questions.

You can learn to make extra money from home; you just don’t need to break the bank getting set up.

Want to Make Money Online? Being Smart Sucks!

Being Smart Sucks.

I really feel there are basically two types of people that try to make money online.

1.     People that are smart and

2.     People that are…well…not-so-smart.

The next question is “which one will be successful?” Well, they both have their challenges but it is important to know which one you are…

First off, the not-so-smart person tends to chase every shiny object out there…

“What? I can make $3.4 million dollars in my sleep if I just resell a crappy $7 PLR book 485,715 times. Why that is only selling less than one book per minute – this going to be easy!”

Dream on “short bus” rider.

I hate to break the news to you, but here it goes (you might want to put on your helmet for this).

Nobody makes money that way. Except the guy that sold you the $7 PLR in the first place. Go find something that will require you do a bit of work, and you might be on the right track to finding a home-based business that actually has money coming in.

The “Smart” people are smiling right now. Well, put down the double macchiato and listen up.

You are just as lost when you fall for the LOOOOOOOONG sales page. Being the intellectual type, you are almost easier to sway. When the sales page has really long copy (I mean just short of Atlas Shrugged kind of copy) you think the opportunity must be real. “

“If it wasn’t a real online money-making opportunity, then how could they possibly write this much. And look, there are screenshots of checks and Clickbank accounts; all from a home-based business!”

Please Poindexter. You don’t think these guys have Photoshop and can make it look like whatever they want? They can…and do – just to appease the people that need “proof.”

That said, the other issue the “smart” person runs into is just outright over analysis. At some point you have to pull the trigger already. Save that brain power for making changes later – but don’t let it stop you from never taking action. You will never be 100% ready – get over it.

No matter which category you are in, you both have a positive attribute.

The not-so-smart people are not afraid to jump in early and take risks. The smart people are, well, smart – at least from a business perspective.

Either one can make money online; just make sure you avoid the traps on the path to starting your own business.

What the Heck are PLR Rights?

If you have been trying to create some sort of home based business, you have no doubt found numerous ways to make money online – or at least promises of making money online.

One such way, people will tell you, is to “simply” purchase some PLRs.

PLR stands for “Private Label Right.” Typically someone has written some sort of special report or book on a particular niche topic. Some of these report are very good, and some are, well, not so good.

These reports are sold to hundreds of people – so don’t think you are the only one sitting on that exact same content. Someone else had it long before you did.

So, is working with PLRs right for you?

There are three questions you should consider when deciding if PLRs are good for starting your own business online.

1) Do you care about the content?

A lot of these reports are really, really bad. I mean, if they were suppose to be written in English, some of the writers clearly did not have English as a first language (or second for that matter).

Listen up Dorothy; the other concern is that more often than not, the content itself is really bad. Information that can be found anywhere on the Internet for free. No real tips, no real opinion. Just re-hashed info that probably came from another PLR somewhere.

If you care about what you are delivering, you will probably shy away from most PLR content (and congrats for having some sort of conscience).

2) Do you have an audience?

Do you have traffic or a list that will respond to the PLR? Is it the exact same niche? Don’t sell your “dog training” list on the wonders of working the “forex” market.

Part of online marketing is making sure you are selling what people want. Some people think they can just grab a PLR and create this whole new market. Not likely, and certainly not overnight as some people would have you believe.

3) Can you write or RE-write?

Despite all the negatives about PLR there are some ways they can help get started with your online business ideas. Typically with PLR rights you can also RE-WRITE the article, post, or report.

This gives you the ability to put the report in your own voice and style – make it your own. Not only does this enable you to speak more personally with your readers, you also get the benefit of helping your site rank in the Internet Search Engine results (ie: not duplicate content).

Personally, I like the PLR for ideas but prefer to write articles and content myself. Sometimes it takes me longer to re-write than just take a PLR idea and write it in my own words.

It will take some time, but you can find a few (original content) PLR vendors out there.

There is no doubt you can make money online, and in some cases Private Label Rights just might help you cut a few corners. Just don’t make it the major portion of your business model – you will just burn your audience and have wasted your money.

Looking for how to create a solid, consistent income. Check out Building a Bullet Proof Sales Site (before I sell it as a PLR or something)

What is Kajabi? Will It Help Me Make Money Online?

As if “making money online” was not a hot enough subject in its own right, this week Internet marketers saw the first preview of Kajabi (software designed to help you sell just about anything online).

So is it real or just hype? First, let’s back up for just a minute.

Despite what just about everyone will tell you, making money online does require some work. You can’t just build a web page in 30 seconds and watch the cash come rolling in (sorry to break it to you). With that said, you can create great passive income with a few things in place.

1.     Pick a Niche – Don’t go after the “whole enchilada” as they say. If you are interested in the Weight Loss category, pick a segment of it. Something like, “How to eat a proper breakfast to help you lose weight.” A small niche helps you get through to more, targeted, people in the long run. Continue reading “What is Kajabi? Will It Help Me Make Money Online?”