One of the challenges to Buy dot online cheap is the huge number of choices we have. While more is sometimes better, when it comes to choosing which tools to use to run or establish your online business, things can get confusing… fast.
Sometimes more is not really better – it’s just more.
Take autoresponders for example. There are countless companies selling autoresponder services, more sites selling autoresponder scripts, and even more “back office” situations where an autoresponder is built in.
But you really only need ONE autoresponder account to run your online business.
Talk about overkill!
When it comes to “how to” information the problem grows by leaps and bounds. Many people belong to three, four, five or even more sites all teaching the same basic concepts and principles. Confusion and information overload set in because each site focuses on one method as being the holy grail of marketing.
If marketer A says that pay per click is the only way to go and marketer B says that solo ads are the only way and marketer C says that social media is where it’s at the consumer (YOU) becomes confused.
The facts are different. There is no ONE method that stands above the others. Successful online marketing is almost always made up of using many methods to reach an overall goal. While solo ads are powerful, solo ads and pay per click and follow up emails and social media become an unstoppable (and very automated) way to sell any product online.
The real key to success comes when you tailor ALL of these methods into a plan designed for you and you alone.
Not people “like” you but rather YOU.
That said, with so many products out there, and more being introduced every day, how can we spot a GREAT product, and avoid wasting money online?
Here are the five things I look for when buying products.
1. IS IT FROM A RELIABLE SOURCE?
Considering the source of a product has become a MAJOR factor in buying things online… especially when buying information.
My bottom line here is simplicity itself – if the person selling the information has not proven that they can do what they propose I should do I don’t buy. Simple. I need to see a track record, not a screenshot of a ClickBank account for the last six weeks.
One example: There is a LARGE group of people pushing “how to make money” products who have never made a dime online. I know, because I talk to these people often when they ask me to do a joint venture. If you buy something from this group you might get your money’s worth but you might not.
Even if you buy their product and then get a refund because they mislead you the entire experience will have wasted your time. And you can’t afford that. You can make more money but you can’t make more time.