If so, affiliate marketing may be the way to go. It’s an excellent way to consistently make 100 dollars week by week, without putting in a lot of your time.
Reaching this $100/week is definitely possible for anyone, even if you’ve never worked online before.
Even if you want to set your sights a little higher and earn a full time income online, having a starting goal of $100/week is a great way to motivate you to work towards your aims.
If you can make $100/week, it means you also have the skills to make much, much more.
Getting to Make 100 Dollars Week In and Week Out
The process to getting to your $100/week goal isn’t difficult, but it does require you to commit to a solid program, since online money does not come overnight.
I’ve posted a good 6 week schedule I’ve personally used to get affiliate sites up and running, so feel free to take advantage of that, or follow along with one of the top beginner courses for a solid program to follow.
In terms of time, you’re probably looking at 6-8 weeks before you start seeing some income, and 12-16 weeks before that income becomes a consistent amount that will hit your goal.
Don’t be dissuaded by the start-time though, because it is more than possible to consistently make 100 dollars/week based on only a part time schedule.
An hour here. 30 minutes there, and you’re on your way to affiliate success.
The Biggest Hurdles
There are two main hurdles you have to overcome in order to hit your goal.
This first: simply getting started. One of the huge differences between those who make real money online and those who only dream about making money online is the ability to set a goal and then go after it!
You’ve already got the goal, you just have to work towards it!
The second biggest hurdle is perseverance. Many blogs fail because the person gets discouraged when they don’t see revenues in the first month or so. This, in my mind, is a ridiculous standard! What other business would you expect to earn a profit from in less than a month?
If you find one, please let me know. In the world I live in (aka: the real world), building a business takes time, and sticking through those first few months is a huge factor in determining your success.
If you think you can handle that, click here to get started with a free training.