Hi, I'm Ype de Lang.
If you want to start a ebusiness and you are surfing on the internet for information, you will find a lot of websites and programs that promise you a lot. If you find something interesting or a free eBook, you always have to opt-in a mailing list before you get your information or product. Mostly you can not even see in advance what this website looks like if it is something for you or what they have to offer. They use that to put you in an autoresponder and email you on a regular base there other paid offers where you did not ask for.
Sometimes you can find a program that you like very much and...., it is very cheap or you get a great discount if you order it before the timer is set to 00:00. You order it and after you paid this you get a second offer with the advice, if you want to do serious business, you can upgrade your program and again you can pay more for it. Sometimes you get 3 to 4 times this upgrade offer.
I personally don't like this way of doing business at all.
This is the policy how I want to run my Digital Products Creator business.
- I do not use an Opt-In mailing list before you get your free product or information you want.
- I do not use a Countdown timer to push you to buy.
- My prices are clear with my voucher-system (no hidden prices), only if you want something more then you pay more.
- Every price up-step from my voucher-system you get a lot more than the double price tag.
- It is important for me that You choose what You want, not wat I want you to choose.
- I am more personally involved in preparing, selecting and send your product.
- I like to give...
Some advice for you..
Learn to Master Your Niche Research Skills to Start Your Home Based Business
If you want to succeed in any given niche, then you need to offer something different that the competition isn’t already offering. This is how you stand out as different and memorable and this is how you make links ‘clickable’ and sharable.
But coming up with new content is hard. Especially in a crowded niche where there are thousands of new articles published every day!
Moreover, you’re going to have to do your research if you want to appear accurate, reliable and trustworthy too. So how do you go about mastering your research skills so that you can really stand out? You read on, that’s how!
The more information you take in, the more inspiration you put out. Without meaning to get too philosophical here, most psychologists now agree that there’s no such thing as a truly ‘original’ idea. Instead, our ideas are created when we combine different ideas we already had. So the more information you are taking in on a regular basis, the more bits of data you will have available to recombine into something brand new.
And this shouldn’t just mean reading on the topics that you’re writing about either. Reading on different topics is also important as this way you can bring related knowledge in from other fields or combine subjects in order to come up with something completely new.
What’s more, reading other blogs and websites can give you ideas for structuring articles or spinning them that you can apply to your own work in new ways. Like that article on how to dress like a bodybuilder? How about taking it and applying it to your own niche for an article on ‘how to dress like an entrepreneur’?
Great places to get ideas and material then include:
Subscribe to some RSS feeds and keep reading!
Looking for News
It’s also important to try and stay up-to-date by following the latest news and developments. This sometimes means going straight to the source, which can mean reading journal studies (look for them on Google Scholar) or looking at press releases (you can find sites that collect and publish these).
Taking it Further
The truly unique and interesting stuff though comes when you start going deeper and really researching into your topic. Often this begins with asking the right questions. When you next read an article telling you about a new discovery for instance, ask why that’s true. Why does that new workout routine work so well? And what if you were to turn it up a notch or introduce a new element?