Online financial success is what everyone seeks. Yes, if it’s quick and easy, it’s excellent. But the reality is that unless you have some sort of magic, “quick and easy” will be really tough. Contrary to what many Internet marketing experts and shills would have you think, it’s not that easy.

Making money online is quite challenging. But it’s not difficult if done correctly!

In essence, traffic is the secret to any online money-making technique. It’s just a numerical game. If your website receives more visitors, it will be easier for you to make money through sales and online courses.

The truth is that, in addition to actually teaching the courses, more instructors than you would realize work behind the scenes to promote them.

Some courses are in very high demand, and the teachers are working hard to market them.

Are you willing to put in some grueling work?

The data speaks for itself. You might be able to get by with a few thousand if you have a highly focused list of loyal customers. Only 1 to 5% of those on your list may decide to buy your product, so you must be prepared for this possibility.

You’d think it would be easy, wouldn’t you? Simply sign up for a forum with a large user base, post your response, then relax and watch the money in your PayPal account grow. 

You must be patiently contemplating why my offer isn’t being accepted by so many anxious supporters. It’s possible that the majority of them no longer even glance at the group postings and have become accustomed to the nonstop flood of offers and promotions.

People pay little to no attention to such offers because they are so conditioned to it all. Anything in excess isn’t always a good thing.

But is the traffic a game changer? How come?

Let’s distinguish between heavy traffic and good traffic now. Yes, it is beneficial to have a high volume of traffic. However, only if the viewers and traffic are those who want to know and learn what you have to say. 

That is the key! It is preferable to have fewer email subscribers, fans, and/or friends who are interested in what you have to say or have to give. They are the ones who will read what you have to say while taking a break from their hectic day.

To sum up, you’re well ahead of the game if it’s anything that can improve their lives or make them feel better.

But that’s the tricky part because it’s still hard to stand out when there’s so much great material out there.

Be sure to take into account both your personal interests and those of the speakers you wish to hear from. Therefore, you must find a way to connect with them genuinely if you want your readers or customers to pay attention to and act upon your message. Is that clear?