Sunday, April 11, 2010
I've got BANS questions just like anyone else, I'm a build a niche store beginner who is about to dive in and find out if you can really make money with BANS in 2010. I want everyone to know that I will continue adding 2010build a niche store updates to this post as well as adding several more posts here each week. As the list of niche store questions grows, so will this post.
Niche store beginners, here we go......
How do people make money with build a niche store?
There are actually several ways to make money with BANS niche stores, but the primary method of monetization for build a niche stores is by becoming an ebay affiliate and running a listing of items in you niche that are currently selling on ebay. Some other ways to make money with your build a niche store include adsense, affiliate programs, or by selling your own products. While some people use a combination of one or more of these ways to make money with their niche stores, I think it's best to streamline your bans store and use only one monetization strategy per website.
How do you make money with ebay and build a niche store?
The ebay listings on your bans store automatically match your niche. The listings should be set on time ending soonest. Let's say that your niche is discount apple ipads and you've your ipads build a niche store experiment going on to see if you can make money with that site. So somebody goes to google and they search for cheap ipads and they find your ipad niche store so they go there all excited thinking yay I'm going to get a deal on an apple ipad. Then they see that ebay listing on your site that has ipads selling below retail prices and there's one ipad that's ending in 1 minute so they make a bid hoping to get an ipad at a huge discount. Well as it turns out they just so happen to be the winning bidder for that ipad. Pay attention closely now, because the way that you make money with BANS and ebay is that ebay splilts the commission they made on that sale with you because you sent them the winning bidder and voila, you just made money with build a niche and ebay. You can also make money by sending a person to ebay via your bans niche store who signs up for an ebay account.
How much does build a niche store cost?
BANS version 3 costs $64.95 for a one time fee. There are no recurring fees.
Do I need hosting for build a niche store?
Yes you do. Hostgator has a great hosting packages for pretty cheap, around $8 a month for unlimited domains, space, etc.
Do I need to have technical skills before I use BANS?
NO. Because you have a manual and a fill in the blank type set up. They walk you through it.
Can you make money with build a niche stores in 2010?
Well folks that is why I've started my build a niche store experiment for 2010. I do not currently have any niche stores set up or monetized at this point. I'm doing some ground work for my BANS project currently and will be posting my results here so you get the truth about making money with build a niche stores in 2010. I will be brutally honest about my build a niche store earnings and share them here on mmo for beginners each month.
As I said earlier in this post, the build a niche store faqs will continue to grow and be updated as I share my build a niche store experiment 2010 findings. Any questions or comments will be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to contact me via email or comment section on mmo for beginners. Cheers!
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
I first heard about BANS-build a niche store, a couple of years ago while reading a post on one of my fav make money online blogs. The stuff they were saying about BANS just seemed too good to be true. I heard things like the software makes it easy for people without any technical background to spit out real websites that make money almost instantly. Some people were even boasting $10,000 a month earnings from build a niche software. I just knew it had to be bullsh*t because many bloggers make money via affiliate programs and will say or do anything to convince some poor desparte beginner that whatever they're pushing this week is a magic moeny making pill just so they can earn commissions.
Two, almost three years later the truth about BANS has been filtered out through all of the amateur mmo blogger hype...which is that it was and is NOT a money scam. People who used build a niche store and built websites centered around a good niche actually made money. How much money they varied. From what I've found, the average mmo beginner made somewhere around $230-$400 a month using BANS. Some people made that amount of money in a week, fewer people in a single day. Everyone reported fluctuations in their daily, weekly, and monthly earnings. One thing to keep in mind is that the number of BANS stores created could be a factor in how much or how little these BANS beginners made. More does not necessarily mean better, and it certainly doesn't mean more money either unless your talking about winning bids. Having hundreds of "thin" websites worked well until G caught on, and G does not like that at all. What happens when a financial phenomenon like builda niche store comes along is that it flys under the radar for a while and games the system, then the system begins to recognize that somethings different and makes adjustments accordingly.
Those "adjustments" involved loads of build a nich stores getting deindexed from the SERPS which is really really bad if you want to keep making money online. It's kind of like having a beautiful business, nice building, nice products great location that suddenly becomes invisible to customers. Kind of like that. The reason that this happened is obvious, G is a search engine and therefore must provide useful, relevant information for people who are searching for it. How frustrating is it when you really want to find out about something and all that turns up on page 1 of google is filabuster or someone trying to sell you some completely unrelated crap. That's the way G views a thin bans site or ANY website with minimal content for that matter. Many call this the google slap, the deindexing of a website.
If a site provides nothing for the customer but a commercial does that site really deserve to be the first thing the world sees when they search that term?
I don't think so.
Which is why I'm going to do a BUILD A NICHE STORE EXPERIMENT right here on mmo for beginners. I'm going to do this because I believe that you can make money with build a niche stores in 2010. The formula for making money with these bans stores is still good, you just have to provide more valuable content for your traffic. It doesn't have to be earth shattering. It doesn't have to be eloquent either. It just has to keep from getting labeled thin by big G. Lessons on how to avoid building a thin website will be coming at you soon here on mmo beginners.
How money is made from BANS remains the same but the software has been updated to a bans version 3. The longevity of the build a niche site company really says a lot about how they continue to stay in the make money online business. Scams don't hang around this long folks. Three years in the mmo niche equals veteran status. I think that they've realized that they have to provide their customer base with up to date ways to rank well in google so that they will have success making money with BANS. I'm really excited to begin my build a niche store experiment this year in 2010 to see if I can make a full time income using this product. I'm going to purchase build a niche store and the build a niche store blue print within the next week and get a good start on building a few money making websites with decent content, links, and the whole nine yards. I will also be posting my progress with my build a niche store experiment regularly on this mmo blog for beginners. If you folks have any questions, comments or other BANS related experience let me know! I'd love to hear from you.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
I like playing imobsters A LOT, probably too much. I think one of the reasons I enjoy playing imobsters so much is because iMobsters is a money game. Making more money than your friends or in this case your enemies allows you to buy better equipment and property, which in turn enables you to win imob fights. Money making games are way easier than in real life but require similar strategy. I guess that's what really makes this mmo game the best.
I've reset my character on imob a couple of times because the first time I played imob I was too eager to advance through levels. I played way ahead of my means, gaining experience points and advancing levels before making enough money to pay for all of my expenses.
After I reset my account I decided to "camp" for a couple of weeks before going up a level on imobsters. I ocassionally checked in to buy property to make more moeny an hour so that I can afford the best imob equipment money can buy each level. It was really hard to resist the urge to play imobsters when I constantly have my iphone in my hand.
Money mmo games like imob have three ways to make money:
- make money every hour based on property payouts (hourly for operatives and muscle, while tycoons make money every 50 minutes)
- attack other mobbies and win
- sell something...property, protection, weapons, or cars
#3-Selling stuff on imobsters is ok for short term game but not long term since your resources are limited and you only get 50% of what you paid for it.
#2-Attacking others for money can serve you well if you're strong enough to do so, but can backfire if you're weaker than others on your level. Winning imob attacks will generate enough money for you to get on your feet and buy property.
#1-Making money with property is the best method of making money on imobsters hands down. It's consistent and easy. You can really build your income fast when you reinvest your hourly earnings back in more property.
Mixing attacks and reinvesting your earnings and winnings in property is the best way to come out on top for this mmo money game.
Friday, March 26, 2010
People will attack you wether you are actively playing the game or not. The longer you stay on the same level, the less people will attack you. If you've armed yourself well your wins will go up without you having to slide a finger across your iphone. When you check back on iMobsters in a week or so you will be astonished at how much money you made when you were gone. It's crazy how much money you will accrue despite any loses you suffered from attack.
I recomment that you immediately spend that money on real estate and repeat the process until you've reached the income level that you wanted to achieve. If you're getting attacked a lot and losing you should invest as much of your money as needed to provide better weapons, protection, and cars for your mob. Resist the urge to play until you've got enough money coming in every hour because you can't really have any fun without lots of money on iMobsters.
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Beginners make money online by doing what 90% of the competition don't want to do...
I was reading an article in Entrepreneur magazine this week about the founder of Patron Tequila, John Paul DeJoria.
As a child John would get up at 4am to do a paper route with his brother to earn extra money for his family. During christmas he would also go door to door selling christmas cards at 9 years old!
Before DeJoria started Patron or even partnered with Paul Mitchell hair products, he was homeless twice. DeJoria was 22 years old when he became homeless for the 1st time. He and his 2 year old son slept in his car whiled he was just getting started with Paul Mitchell Systems.
He and Paul started with $700 start up money half of which DeJoria borrowed from his mother and now Paul Mitchell hair care does $900 million in revenue. The economy in 1980 was in bad condition as it is today but they still made their business successful.
In 2006 Patron sold 9.8 million cases of tequila and has continued to skyrocked.
John DeJoria's secret to making money can be summed up in that the dividing line between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people are willing to do whatever the unsuccessful people aren't.
As an encyclopedia salesman, DeJoria said,"Doors slam literally in your face-maybe 30,40 before the first customer will actually talk to you..."
Do not be denied. Keep working towards your goals. Making money online requires that you do what others' aren't doing. Don't quit.
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Here we go:
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- make money from search traffic
- social bloggers don't make money
As you can see there are quiet a few money making strings that I've included here and really there are so many money than that. Just wrote those off the top of my head because they're my main phrases right now. Keep that in mind as you're writing your next post and try to carry them over as I will be doing. The roll over effect works great when you're trying to increase you keywords' power for Google. And always end with repeating you title MMO for Beginners: Writing for Money!
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
For beginners at making money online, one of the best things you can do is implement some easy SEO techniques for beginners. Take a look at the first sentence and you can see that I'm keyword stuffing (selecting a word that I'd like to rank for and including it as often as I can without seeming too contrived). For instance, I have beginners in my URL, post title, subtitle, and sprinkled throughout so far. Be careful not to overstuff your keywords throughout your post, ideally you should shoot for 7% of your total words used per post. Also selecting a unique long tail keyword like "beginners at making money" is another SEO technique that I use to rank high in the SERPs.
I haven't been posting as much lately as I had planned-life, playing iMobsters excessively,etc. Posting at least a couple times a month is very beneficial if you want to make money and rank well. The go hand in hand with each other in this order, you will not make money without ranking well (1st page in Google). Bolding your keywords is another great way to tell the web's spiders what is emphasized and important in your post, again don't overdo this. Long posts are great if you can write them because they allow you do include a wide range of keywords, long and short tail keyword throughout your mmo blog. The reason that this is awesome is because there are more ways traffic can find you, more possible hits.
Take this post for example. People could find me a few different ways:
- Beginners at making money online
- SEO technique
- beginner at making money online
- mmo beginners
- making money online
- mmo blog for beginners
- ways traffic can find you
On and on....Plus whatever else I include from here on out.
This is how beginners can make money online, knowing and using tips like these. Remember it's all about how high you rank in Google that determines if you can make money on the internet blogging. And not how many subscribers you have. If you chase that you'll get followers but no money. But if you choose that route you could put up a Paypal Donate button and ask for money. Some call it begging but hey if it works go for it. Making money on the internet is a great revenue of passive income that you can add to what you get from your day job, if you have one these times (damn recession!). Keep your head up and go from being a beginner at making money online to a pro!