How To Start An Online Business In 100 Days That Generates Profits

I adore creating (and purchasing) online enterprises.

I learnt how to launch an online business for the first time six years ago, and the excitement never gets old.

Some of the ones I’ve established or bought have been phenomenal successes, while others have been absolute disasters.

It’s amusing to observe that, even after establishing an internet business years ago, it is still feasible to launch a new online venture and reach a revenue threshold of $1000 per month in less than 90 days.

And by new, I mean completely new. There was only a brand-new website that started from scratch, with no email list or following to pitch to.

How To Start An Online Business

Please welcome David Vu

David Vu is my name.

I own a website called where I impart knowledge about affiliate marketing, internet marketing, and earning money online.

I took a two-year break from work to write and direct a feature picture.

How To Launch A Website From An Idea

You must have a concept that resolves a problem if you want to launch an online business. You can then concentrate on how to start after that.

I am constantly searching for methods to streamline the SEO process because I work in the SEO industry.

Authoritative guest blogging is one of the key SEO techniques I employ, both for my own website and for that of my clients.

I won’t go into detail about the numerous advantages of guest blogging now (among them being link development), but I will describe how I used it to direct traffic to and increase sales on my new website later.

I kept looking for an updated list of blogs where I could submit a guest article while I performed SEO for numerous websites.

Although many blog owners took the time to compile lengthy lists, I discovered that roughly half of the blogs on these lists no longer allowed guest articles as I browsed the guest blogging websites.

I spent a lot of time and effort attempting to confirm the legitimacy of numerous blogs.

It quickly becomes stale.

I then started making my own list.

I soon had a list of hundreds of blogs that would accept guest posts after the list continued to grow every day.

When I presented the list to several of my SEO buddies, they immediately begged me to utilize it as well because it had become so helpful to me.

I was aware that I had something that would be useful to anyone interested in SEO, but as the list grew, it got harder to remember which sites I had really submitted to.

I made the decision to create some web software to maintain the list.

I could add tracking functionality and simply arrange the list by categories, making it simple to identify the sites I had submitted to.

Within a few weeks, my friend who was a programmer and I had created DFY Suite.

How the business generates revenue

There were free lists available, but they were out-of-date and a huge waste of time.

I made the decision to maintain the list, but I would charge a tiny monthly fee for access.

Additionally, they would have access to the program used to track submissions that:

  • The submission date
  • The link back to their website’s anchor text.

Once more, I required this to perform SEO for my clients.

How I Attracted Targeted Customers to My New Company

DFY Suite is a new SEO tool that people should try, according to one of my SEO pals who was an early tester on the website and loved it so much that he wanted to write a guest post about it.

When the guest post went online, I instantly began receiving targeted traffic, and subscribers started joining up. One guest post has already increased traffic to my new company.

This one guest article had a great conversion rate of over 3% for the traffic it brought in. An average (good) conversion rate falls between 1 and 2 percent.

I was astonished to see how well the website was doing.

How I created the sales page is as follows:

sale page

To keep things simple, I chose the one plan option, and it seemed to work pretty well.

I was aware that I would have to try this tactic once more.

I asked my SEO friend to write another guest post for a different website that discussed Guest Post Tracker when I got in touch with him.

He concurred, and when the new post went up, the same thing happened: there was a minor increase in traffic and sign-ups.

The irony of the whole thing is that I was really using Guest Post Tracker’s extensive list of blogs to discover quality guest posting venues to submit a guest post to in order to send traffic back to Guest Post Tracker.

It served as evidence for me that customers would actually use my new online venture.

My “Aha!” Moment

Although the guest posting was a fantastic approach to drive brief spikes of traffic to the website, I desired something more dependable.

I understood that I would be successful if I had a steady stream of relevant traffic.

My long-term goal with Guest Post Tracker was, and still is, to achieve excellent Google rankings so I can continuously receive free focused visitors.

But in the interim, I needed money. My pricing point wasn’t high enough to make PPC worthwhile, therefore I refrained from doing it.

In many of the websites I had established and maintained in the past, I was successful in locating other websites that were related to my sector on which to advertise, sending me very focused traffic.

It dawned on me right then.

There were other blog entries that featured an out-of-date list of blogs that accepted guest posts yet nevertheless managed to rank highly in Google for the keywords I was focusing on.

What if I could run a direct advertisement on those pages and take some of their visitors?

I spoke with a few bloggers about placing advertisements in the blog posts.

Two of them responded to me and promised to carry out my request.

One restriction I had was that my advertisement had to be in the main body of the blog post, just after the introduction. It had to be integrated to appear as though the blog owner had created it and included it in the article.

They both concurred, they put the ad after we agreed on a price, and we were then on our way.

On one of the websites, the placement of the advertisements is as follows:

guest post

I began receiving new signups every day from these two websites, guest blogs, and other sources.

My Google rankings were gradually improving throughout.

New Monetization Techniques

I wanted to explore if I could just charge a one-time fee for lifelong access, as much pleasure as it was to have one person after another join up to pay a monthly fee to use my new website.

I understood that the revenue growth might be exponential if I kept expanding my subscription base.

However, I found that having money now was more tempting than having money afterwards.

I set the one-time fee at a level that I believed would be higher than the value of a monthly membership.

I started experimenting with various lifetime costs. People continued to purchase.

The pricing was the only thing I changed on the sales page.

The revenue started to increase significantly as I implemented one-time fee pricing.

I increased my revenue from about $140 in January (the site went online in the middle of January) to $220 in February and then over $1100 in March thanks to the new one-time fee pricing.

The next step is to increase targeted visitors while determining the ideal price point to increase profits.

It’s not enough to simply charge as much as you can.

Additionally, I want to expand my clientele so that I have a solid foundation of individuals who know me, trust me, and will do business with me again when I release any outstanding SEO software (hint, hint).

Wrapping It Up

Since I didn’t have a following when I first launched Guest Post Tracker, I must admit that I was incredibly astonished by its rapid popularity.

It has taught me a few important lessons, including:

  • Create enterprises or goods that you truly like to use and that customers will purchase.
  • You don’t need SEO, PPC, or a built-in audience to start making good money rapidly.

My current priorities for the website are to improve the SEO, boost conversions, and test and modify for better revenue and increased asset value.

Do you believe switching to a one-time pay for lifetime access was a mistake?

What else can I do to increase visitors and sales? Matthew You could change it to an annual subscription, please note.

Please share your opinions in the comments!

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