You probably have never heard my name. You likely have never visited any of my websites or blogs. I don’t sell anything. I’ve never paid for advertising. I am not an A-List blogger and my website would still be considered quite small within its category. In all likelihood, you are a better writer than I am. You definitely know more about computers than I do. And despite all this, I take home a six figure income from the Internet.
While you will likely be disappointed to learn that there are no secrets or an easy path to this success, you will be encouraged to know that you can do the same thing I have if you really want to. If you want to succeed, you are going to have to work hard. Probably harder than you have ever worked before. But if you are willing to do this, you can make money. I’m the perfect example of “if he can make money on the Internet, anyone can.”
I don’t do anything but write. I write a decent amount, but I am by no means prolific. There are many bloggers that produce much more content than I do. While I do know a lot about the subject matter I write about, all the information has, for the most part, been self taught. So the question is why have I been able to make blogging and websites a full time job when many others who have better skills and talent than I haven’t?
I think a lot of it simply comes down to attitude. While it helps to have superior writing skills, that in itself isn