Let’s start with how impressive I am. This will capture your attention, keeping you reading right to the end of this page.
I’ve been fortunate enough to make money online over the past ten years, mostly by doing things that have taken no more than a few hours a week…
I created a blog that was worth over $200,000 in a year (okay, it was fifteen months) in my spare time.
I’ve worked with clients that generate tens of millions in revenue annually.
I’ve succeeded with a variety of other projects that have helped me to live a working life I want — minimal time commitments and no-one to answer to.
…And I’m sharing everything I’ve learned (and the blueprints to repeat the successes) with you.
Now I’m going to make myself appear relatable and down-to-earth. “Aww, this guy is just like me!” – you, in one minute’s time, probably.
I’m sure you’ve seen hundreds of ‘gurus’ online that show you their dream lifestyle, their amazing houses and their definitely-not-douchey supercars.
You know, the ones that won’t stop stalking you via Facebook ads and tag all of their Instagram selfies with #entrepreneur and stuff like #earlymorningriseandgrind.
The same gurus whose success you can repeat by following their bulletproof, guaranteed-to-make-you-a-billionaire, thousand dollar training course.
I’m going to put this very bluntly:
Forget bullshit miracle schemes or getting rich quick, I’m here to talk about realistic, implementable strategies to make money via blogs, e-commerce websites and other online platforms.
I don’t come from money — far from it. I used to get paid £30-a-week in benefits just for turning up at school (big shout out to EMA).
The blog I mentioned previously, that was valued at over $200,000 just over a year after starting it, was launched with a budget of around $130*.
*It was £100, but I’m gonna be using dollars on this site because I think it’s the most universally understood currency for a worldwide audience. It also makes my revenue appear more impressive because bigger numbers.
I don’t want to come across like I’m talking down to you disgusting peasants from my throne of wealth because here’s the truth:
I too am still working on my path to financial freedom (or in not-so-cryptic language, I’m not rich).
I run a business.
The blog I’ve now mentioned three times? Owned by my business.
I don’t take a massive wage — there’s a good chance that if you have a full-time job, you actually have a higher salary than I do.
If you’re looking for a millionaire to teach you how to be a millionaire, you’re in the wrong place.
But if you’re looking for someone that actually works each day on exactly the type of stuff I’ll be teaching, rather than someone that just talks about doing work, you’re right at home.
I find it hard not to be self-deprecating the majority of the time, but I am proud to say that I do know a thing or two about generating money on the internet.
But look, you don’t need to be a genius to learn these things.
You don’t need a University degree — I don’t have one.
You don’t need to be highly talented — sometimes I don’t even words good.
I teach people in a way that is appropriate for dummies (that’s you, thicko) so that anyone can get started as long as they have the desire to get going.
Now to reinforce the hook, sprinkle in some extra relatability and create urgency for you to buy from me by the time we get to the bottom of the page — don’t worry, we’ll be there soon.
I have no doubt that someone, or multiple people, will read this site and go on to eventually become millionaires.
…But I don’t want to promise you the world and then give you lemons. I’m not sure that’s how the saying goes, but I’m sticking with it.
Statistically, most of you won’t become millionaires.
But as for earning thousands, or tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands? A much higher percentage of you will hit these heights if you follow my lessons.
On the flip side, I might have had some successes, but I’ve also had a whole load of failures.
I’m here to help you earn money but I’ll also try to help you to avoid the things that aren’t worth spending your time, energy or hard-earned funds on.
From a variety of the internet’s biggest opportunities and best side hustles, I’ll cover them all.
But here’s a warning:
This site won’t be for everyone.
Most of what I talk about might not require significant investment or masses of academic knowledge, but you will need to commit some time and effort.
You’ll need to have that insatiable desire in your stomach to succeed even on the days when all your mind wants to do is sit back and enjoy Netflix.
You need to be the type of person that just says “fuck it” — forget what people will think of you when you try to make something of yourself, just dive in and get yourself started.
You won’t learn anything without taking the plunge and you won’t make make any money without getting wet. That’s also not a saying.
If you think you have the right mindset to succeed based on the above, you can follow my strategies to:
Far too many sites out there regurgitate the same crap that was written by someone else who didn’t know what they were talking about whilst writing on another site that also doesn’t actually make any money.
I’ve done, or still do, each and every one of the things I talk about on this site…
…And I’m looking forward to teaching you how to earn a sizeable side income, or perhaps how to set up a successful full-time online venture.
Finally, I hit you with the FOMO — the fear of missing out. My heavily discounted training product at the ‘buy-it-today-or-forever-miss-out’ cost. You will purchase it immediately or live your entire life in misery and shame and probably as a virgin.
All of the above is possible.
You could be the next person to start a cliché website that teaches people how to make money with a website. Or, y’know, something bigger and better.
If you think you have what it takes to make it in the competitive online world then you will want to make sure that you pick up a copy of my latest product:
I have nothing to sell to you.
Everything here is free.
Wait, what? That’s cool and all, but it’s not what we discussed last Friday KEVIN
This is Luke too.
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