Tired of hearing crickets?
That's the headline of an article in an old magazine I saw today.
It's a stupid question (and therefore a stupid headline) for lots of reasons.
First, there's no such thing as extra moolah. At least I've never seen it.
I've seen extra before, but the word extra refers to something you don't need or can't use. Got an extra soda? Give it to a friend. Extra blankets? Sell them on Ebay. Too many bedrooms? Convert one into an office.
Extra cabbage? Never seen it.
Because you can always find something to do with it, can't you?
Usually it's paying off debt, which is what you've already spent on something you didn't need when you bought it, and still don't need now.
Even if the best thing you can think of is to give it to someone else - like a charity - it's still tough to think of that moolah as extra.
None of the above is meant in any way to discourage the wanting of more spendable paper. When it comes to pictures of dead presidents, the more the merrier.
Like it or not, we live in a money-based society, and everything you do is tied in some way to cost.
If you don't have the means to make something happen, it ain't gonna happen... no matter how some politicians will crow about how someone else should pay your way.
If you're like most people, you're looking for a way to produce more - probably a LOT more of the green stuff.
Preferably with as little effort as possible.
I want the same thing. Though from my experience your ability to have a fat bank account is mightily dependent on the amount of effort you put in to achieving that end.
Which brings me to the point of this message.
If you've got a side gig, but it's not giving you the satisfaction (or amount of digits in the bottom line of your checking balance) you're after, I've got some good news for you.
For most online bidniss owners, a big challenge is how to get a steady stream of interested prospects to their offers.
Without traffic, you're dead in the water. No visitors, no sales, no "extra" clams.
Your bidniss becomes a bottomless pit of wealth destruction, which really puts a damper on your normally cheery outlook.
We've all been there.
But it doesn't have to be that way.
It's possible to turn the traffic spigot on full blast with a minimum of time and effort spent. You simply have to know how to twist it.
If you're tired of listening to crickets every time you visit your stats page, isn't it about time you did something about it?
Opening the floodgates of traffic is as easy as clicking this link.
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