Why Do Remote Jobs S**K!: Don’t Work From Home!
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Why Do Remote Jobs S**K!: Don’t work from home!
Most people have a dream of working remotely, or, for what it is known better, “work from home”. They dream of waking up in their underwears, doing whatever they want, anytime they want and living the dream of having an amazing and free routine.
However, what most people don’t know is that working remotely sucks. Yeah, it really sucks. And it sucks really bad.
There are a lot of things I could point out here to say how working remotely sucks but I chose to narrow down to three basic factors that make remote jobs suck:
– Isolation & Lack Of Human Interaction
– Need To Work More Hours
– Tough Routines
These are the three basic factors that make remote jobs suck. Wanna know more? Watch this video and find out!
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Working at home in your home business has many advantages and many, many individuals now are choosing to start their own work at home businesses. The flexibility of a home business, as well as the freedom achieved with your own work at home business is an opportunity that is desired by many online now.
The real “secret to success” of any home business, however, lies in its marketing strategy, and effective marketing of any work at home business should always be given top priority.
Most marketers fail in their attempts at a work at home business simply because they don’t have a marketing plan that will succeed. A good marketing plan is not difficult to construct and really not difficult to implement. However, it does need to be followed consistently and rigorously, as the key to any good marketing plan is: “consistency”.
Advertising methods need to be planned out weekly, and the plans need to be implemented in a fashion that provides consistency. Market, especially in the beginning, in the same places every week, always, always, always, if at all possible, tracking your results. Abstract results are even worse than no results at all, so use a system that will allow you to remain aware of where your ads appeared, when they appeared, and how much viewing they achieved. There are affordable “ad trackers” online, and “Website statistics trackers”, so this is now easier to do online than ever before.
Once you’ve determined how effective your initial “placements” were, then and only then, add to the “mix” with other types of advertising, and then and only then, also add additional advertising venues to your plan. Try many systems, some offline, some online for your work at home business, starting with free ads, and working up to “pay-per-click” submission services, once you’ve made a little money with your work at home venture.
It’s been shown that it takes the average customer “five or six” viewings before they react to any type of advertising, so don’t get discouraged easily. You will need to place ads rigorously for weeks at a time before any results can be determined. Again, the routine of placing advertising and using advertising must remain in place throughout this time, and the consistency of your use of advertising must always be maintained for any type of efficacy to be achieved.
Make an initial written proposal to yourself of your advertising plan, and then “stick with it” no matter what, day in and day out. It is the only way that advertising can return the money you’ve invested in it. Consistency, in the end, will “pay out” and determination, in your marketing efforts, will reap the huge rewards. Just “hang in there” with all your might, and your home business will indeed show the results by growing and flourishing.