My guess is that you are trying to make some money online so that you can pay all the debt there is, and paying the bills that are coming along the way on top of that. Simply, you can’t rely on the today’s economy, and finding a stable job, regardless of the skills or the experience you have. So you get running a lots of websites, and putting some ads on them with the hope of making at least a dollar per day for each one of them…

 

…If This Above Does Not Sound Like You, Then This Article Is Not For You

In this article, I am going to show you a way to be more focused at your work, and finally get out of debt as a result of your efforts. Why is it important to listen to what I am saying here, you do not know me, and you do not know if you can trust me? That’s true, and I understand that. Let me tell you a quick story.

Few years ago, when I built my first website, I saw a great opportunity on creating websites and adding some ads on them to generate some revenue. And I told to myself, well if that’s possible, then I can quit my job, and do this full time. In fact, I thought to myself that the more websites I create, the more money will come. Or the more sites I create the bigger the chance to make money online. It is cheap to register a domain name and today you can create a website for free with “ready to go” themes by using the WordPress platform.

Hell, I can create a WordPress blog in just 2 minutes, just 3-5 clicks away, without worrying about programming code and other technical complications like that…

 

And I Started Creating Lots Of Sites, Something Happened…

The more websites I created, the lesser time I had. The more sites I’ve got, the more I couldn’t manage them, it required a lot of work (most of which I postponed, because it seemed “too much”). Then I realized that having many websites wasn’t only losing your focus on things, I couldn’t keep up with everything, but also they did not make any money at all. There was no traffic, and people on those sites.

No Traffic = No Visitors = Nobody clicks on the ads.

If you are experiencing the same thing, perhaps, you should re-think your strategy and focus on only 1-2 sites at a time. Get involved in only 1 niche, the thing that you are interested the most, and forget about the rest. The biggest lie out there is that if you push hard enough and long enough, eventually you’ll get it. Well, that’s not correct, because the real definition of insanity is doing the same things everyday, but expecting different results.

 

The Bottom Line Is…

If something does not work, try something else, measuring and testing things that determine what to do and not to do, based on the results you get, is the name of the game. Having a website requires a lot of work and maintenance. Sure there are bunch of automating tools out there that can literally create websites with some content from scratch and promise you the world, but that’s the biggest mistake one can make. Having a site, does not necessary mean making money.

A website is just a tool, and if you have many different websites, you are ending up with different tools that you can’t handle at ones. You can only use limited amount of tools at a time that yield some results. In fact, I recommend using the BEST tool you have and neglect anything else.

Just as you want to focus at one task at hand, until it is complete, you want to focus on only one site at a time.

 

Because Not Everything Works The First Time…

That’s why if you do many sites at ones, perhaps 97% of them aren’t going to give you any results. But if you have only one website, and focus on that and because you love what you are doing, giving great content to your visitors, this is going to pay off more along the way.

If you need an immediate cash, creating multiple websites is not the solution. You may want to subscribe to my free newsletter for more time management trainings that are going to allow you manage your work, requiring less time.

Even if you are having a job, you still can manage your efforts, and getting better results for yourself, because big results does not come from how much time you spent on them, but what things you did to get there…

“Being busy, does not always mean real work. The object of all work is production and accomplishment and to either of these ends there must be forethought, system, planning, intelligence, and honest purpose, as well as perspiration. Seeming to do is not doing.” – Thomas A. Edison


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