Building a long-term business doesn’t mean that you can’t make money fast.
But you have to do it the right way.
When I started out, a fax machine was still a very cool product that very few people owned.
“Online” meant spending a lot of money on phone bills and Internet suppliers.
So building a long-term business online? If I’d told anybody that it was my dream back in 1997, when we bought our first domains for a fortune, they would have laughed.
And yet, that’s what I did. It wasn’t an overnight event. I didn’t go to bed poor one evening and woke up to check my PayPal account (which had just been invented) to find that I was filthy rich.
That’s not how things work.
And yet, the majority of product creators make those nice shiny object products.
How about something that helps you build a long-term business instead?
On your conditions – whether it be product creation, affiliate marketing or something else?
If you’re sick and tired of products that promises the moon but hardly delivers a pebble, then take a look at Nick Chou’s Long-Term Business Blueprint.
For once, this is a marketer who isn’t full of it, but actually does what he teaches and has an immense success doing so. He’s also a very nice guy. Helpful, polite, thoughtful.
I only have good things to say about Nick.
Check out your Long-Term Business Blueprint here http://malka.im/ltbb