Discussion in 'General Business' started by csscoll, Aug 5, 2017.
Cash flow will definitely flow if you put in your mind that it starts in spending your own money.
Are you saying that you have to spend money to make money?
I don't think that's entirely true. All I have spent on my blog is hosting and reg fees on the domain. Granted, it's not making me rich, but I have earned back my initial investment on it.
I had the idea of start a blog, but I don't think that in the next month I'll be able to be 100% available to work on it because I have to restart my university classes, so when I have to time maybe I'll do it.
In businesses like a blog you have to invest a little amount of money, but there are more ways with which you won't have to spend anything but effort.
Of course you have to spend money to make money...
Advertising on social sites and forums doesn't yeild nearly as good results as paid advertising, which will place your ads in much better targeted locations.
Social sites are good in thoery, but if you are selling a product or service that requires a particular type of audience, then untargeted advertising won't do you any good.
Paid advertising in Targeted audiences brings your offers to those who are acutally looking for them specifically.
Something to think about.
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