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If internet marketing was a 9-5 job

If internet marketing was a 9-5 job how different do you think that it would be from what you are doing at the moment?

One of the big differences that many people don’t even realise is that when you have got everything set up properly your websites and various marketing campaigns are actually working and making you money twenty four hours a day, seven days a week and three hundred and sixty five days a year.

Let’s look at a simple blog for example, a couple of hours maximum to set up and then it is open all hours, working away for you none stop.

Don’t you think that is marvellous? Just imagine how you would feel if you were working hours that suited you and as soon as you strolled down for your breakfast in the morning you could check your various accounts to see how much you have made whilst you were sleeping.

I don’t really believe that there is any set hours if internet marketing is your job, you do have to work, and work hard for that matter, especially when starting out, but you really can choose your own hours, what other jobs offer the same flexibility with the opportunity of earning such great amounts of money.

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To your online success

Samantha

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One Response to “If internet marketing was a 9-5 job”

  1. You are so right. The only difference from a 9-5 job and one where you are an Internet Publisher are not the number of hours you work, but when you work those hours.

    I think there are a lot of people who think, “Put it up and they will come”. Not true. It still needs to be marketed and new content added otherwise no one will know its there or have a reason to return.