As I’m further developing the system for DigitalKeiretsu.com, I’m seeing that the cross platform possibilities are nearly endless.
Do you know someone who’s a successful blogger?
Maybe like Shoemoney? Take a look at this picture, he’s holding a cheque from Google for $132,994.97 for the month of September 2005.
Maybe a succesful forum owner like my friend Ryan Chua who owns BMW-sg.com, a forum for BMW owners and lovers (I’m assuming they love the car, not so much the owners. But then again)
Imagine this, you’re already pulling in a lucrative income from your chosen Internet Marketing method. What will it take to bring you to the next (even higher) level?
Some Internet Marketers have set up networks consisting of blogs and websites.
The blog pulls in the traffic and ranks high on the SERPs (search engine results pages).
However, what I don’t like about blogs is that it’s difficult to categorize information.
Sure you might have a one or two layer categorization, but it’s rudimentary at best.
It can’t compare to a CMS (content management system) like Joomla, or a well-structured website.
So adopting a multi-platform approach, an enterprising Internet Marketer can create a blog to draw traffic and redirect it to the website, which has information organized in a neat, easy to find manner.
However, just imagine the possibilities if you were able to create an Internet Marketing eco-system in which you could also feed auction sites, information directories, link directories, affiliate marketing sales pages and other types of internet marketing platforms into the mix.
Would that explode your internet marketing income, possibly even into the hundred of thousands per month range?
As I was working out the details, it looks like my $20,000 a month by March 2007 goal, just seems too darn conservative.
This idea of quantum leverage had been one of the basis of why I set up DigitalKeiretsu.com (The front end is intentionally left blank for now, so don’t bother commenting about that. It’s what’s in the back end that counts. )
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