Information and Resources for Solopreneurs
Written By: SiteSell in CTPM, Sales | June 1, 2015

How To Make Money With Your Own Information Products

By Charles Holmes (www.multi-level-marketing-website.com)

I honestly believe that information products are the best way to monetize a website and make money online. Common types of information products include:

  • Digital MP3 Files
  • Recorded Webinars
  • eBooks and Special Reports
  • Online Courses
  • CDs and DVDs (if your audience prefers physical media)
  • And more!
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Written By: SiteSell in Real-Life Success Lessons! | May 22, 2015

The Everyday Entrepreneur

Were you ever that kid who collected rocks from your driveway, turned them into pretty painted paper weights and sold them to neighbors for a few dollars?

Perhaps you ran a lemonade stand but yours was not just any old lemonade stand.… Read more

Written By: SiteSell in Real-Life Success Lessons! | May 4, 2015

How to Collect and Organize Your Business Ideas With Evernote

If you’re like most people, you don’t have your best ideas when you’re at your computer. Creative ideas for your online business (or anything) usually come when you least expect them… when you’re shopping, chatting with a friend over coffee, taking a shower, commuting to work, and so on.… Read more

Written By: SiteSell in Motivation | April 27, 2015

Tips on Developing Your Creativity

By Netta Canfi (from the-flying-animator.com)…

You can learn to improve your creativity. And I say “improve,” because all human beings are creative, even those who don’t think they are.

I’m what you’d call a “creative person” — an artist (animator/illustrator). I also teach the art to others, which is why I know that artistic skill has nothing to do with creativity itself!Read more

Written By: SiteSell in How Solopreneurs Build Their Business | April 7, 2015

The Do’s and Don’ts That Create a Good User Experience

You invest a lot of time (and money) into designing your site, writing valuable content, and attracting traffic to your pages. If things are going well, you are tracking a steady flow of new and returning visitors.

But once they arrive, do they stay for a while (time spent on page, number of page views)?… Read more

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