Not everyone follows other people on Twitter, and at first I didn’t think it made a difference. However, following others is important because you are exposed to new ideas and articles. In fact, one of the most recent people I followed tweeted about an interesting article about Facebook which I would not have found if I didn’t follow that user. Tweeters do have a lot of good content, and some of them even follow back. The next question you may ask is if following others gives you more followers. I have only followed people for three days, and I have gained hundreds of Twitter followers. I was stuck in between 1,650 and 1,700 Twitter followers for a long time, but now I have well over 1,800 Twitter followers. I will be approaching 2,000 soon enough. It is important to follow people on Twitter, and that is what I am going to do. Of course you need great content if you want to keep your followers, but following others is always a good approach to Twitter and Social Media in general. You can find me on Twitter @MarcGuberti.
Before I continue, I don’t want to be thought of as a show off. I am only talking about my earnings today to show you that it is possible for anyone to make money online. I am a teenage entrepreneur, and if I can do it, then you can do it too. Now I will talk about my earnings.
February’s payday was really good since it was earnings from December. I got the highest payout I have ever received at $485.20 for the month. A majority of the payout came from Amazon sales which won’t be as abundant in the middle of the year. $485.20 is a really good number that can boost the confidence of a lot of people, and seeing paydays like this makes me want to work harder so that future paydays bring numbers similar to this. My hope is to be in a position in which I will earn over $2,000 next February.
The title of a book could be 100 Ways To Succeed or The Best Ways To Have A Great Life. However, what you promote has to do exactly as the title says. If your title is The Best Ways To Make Money Online, you have to have content that supports that title. If the content does not support the title or is insufficient, you will lose future visitors and customers.
Most people will say it is 0.01 which is the decimal of 1%, but 1% can be far greater than that if the whole is a really large number. When we think 1% of the most influential people, we might think a select few such as only 100 or even 1,000 people at most. LinkedIn recently sent out emails to its members congratulating them for their service. Anyone in the Top 15% of LinkedIn got the email. Emails were also addressed to the Top 10%, Top 5%, and Top 1%. Since the title of this post concerns 1%, that is the area at which I am going to examine today. To be in the Top 1% of LinkedIn’s most viewed page is an honor, and many people would only think that a couple of thousand people at most would have gotten the email since 1% isn’t that much. If only a couple of thousand of people got it (not tens of thousands), then the email would have been more special. But now we have to dig deeper to what 1% truly means from a LinkedIn standpoint. In the email, it is clear that LinkedIn has over 200 million members total which means the Top 1% is really over 2 million people. I think being on the list of the Top 100 or Top 1000 people would have been better than being on the list of the Top 2 million. We must question what 1% truly is because it can add up to something greater than we could have ever imagined.
If you don’t write a blog post for an entire day, your blog will lose traffic, and your loyal subscribers will be disappointed if they don’t get that daily post they’ve been waiting for. I have a Global Test tomorrow that covers a lot of material, but that doesn’t stop me from writing a blog post. If you are really taking your business seriously, you need to stop coming up with excuses and start doing the work. I congratulate anyone who does not come up with excuses and puts in the work and effort because that’s how you become successful online.
Rushing a blog post results in no double checking to see if you did a good job or not. I do not like having to do something at the last minute because all of the pressure is on me, and any mistakes I make will automatically be noticed. Any Grammar issue found in a blog post will be clearly visible, and all of the viewers will focus on that Grammar issue instead of the actual meaning of the blog post. Don’t rush blog posts because it could decrease the quality of your blog.