How to make more money by sharing than selling

Why are you going to make more money blogging by sharing the sale of tan?

Sounds stupid, right? How could someone make more money giving away items for free rather than selling?

The answer is simpleā€¦ Marketing!

People are greedy, and that sometimes is like a tree avoiding you to see the forest!

How to make more money by sharing instead of selling?

Let’s see..

Email advertising

This is how grown-ups make a lot of money. Building a mailing list is just necessary if you are serious about blogging.

Your mailing list will be your greatest promotional tool ever, and the most powerful if you play it right.

Either way, mailing lists are something we’ll be talking about in future posts. What I wanted to do with this post is to kind of convince you and show you that sharing is really better than direct selling.

– Mailing list: the most obvious and profitable reason. Using a service like Aweber will help you build that list, and that list will help you get a loyal following and use it to promote future own / affiliate products.

– Popularity: After targeted traffic from search engines, word of mouth traffic is the best possible source of traffic because it is an endless source and best of all, it is not possible for it to drop suddenly, what can happen with search engine traffic.

Your popularity will increase when people know that you are giving gifts and want to visit your site.

– Traffic: As a result, you will obviously receive a huge amount of additional traffic, which is always great.

– PPC: If you use a service like Google Adsense or Bidvertiser, this additional traffic will also turn into additional income, so this is an unbeatable offer.

Looking for the long term

In short, which do you prefer to choose? A quick cash boom (it might not even be that, it’s one of the risks of trying to sell a product ‘once’: may or may not work) or, say, a tool that will give you the possibility of obtaining a monthly salary?

I would go for the second and I bet you too.

Don’t let a tree stop you from seeing the whole forest

Sometimes our foodie avoids us seeing the great possibilities, and something that may seem cool and sure can hide another even greater opportunity from us.

Remember you are working for your audience, not the other way around, so work for them, do it right, and they will help you be successful.

Remember that sharing is always better than sellingā€¦ Or at least you should share first.

The possibilities are endless, let your imagination run wild.

Thanks for the reading.

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