The #1 Secret to Succeed Online (even if you are homeless)
You don’t have your own internet connection. It’s 3:30 AM and the local cafe is not yet open. This may be an advantage however. To succeed online it will take some legitimate time to reflect. The first thing is figuring out how to shed off that internet persona we all have or have had. It misleads many to believe that uniqueness and hard work are not the keys to succeed online.
The Inner Avatar
The inner avatar tells you that Google’s search engine is rigged, and that no one can possibly realize how valuable you that self-fulfilling prophet really is. Face it, you’re broke because of it.
Because you expected to get rich quick, you lost your job, money, house and kids. You’re homeless now and don’t know how to succeed online. But there’s hope. A laptop that could use more than a couple of upgrades is in your duffle bag.
Right at this moment, the barista walks towards the door. They wave, but the light of day darkens as they simply start wiping tables. But that’s ok, you now have more time to think.
Getting over failure takes time. Years after his fifteen of fame, Rick James still couldn’t let his go. “I’m Rick James, b*&^%!.” This article is a how to succeed online by reclaiming your commonsense. Opportunities will manifest once you do.
Change the Way You Think to Succeed Online
“Help, serve others” – Cory Boatright
Now that you’re a starving homeless-man with a bit more time to ponder, remold any of your desires to get rich quick. It is the very first step that will clear your mind to see ways to succeed online.
If you’re looking for an immediate means to succeed online, you never will. You MIGHT get lucky, but you likely wont. Possibility and probability are not identical.
You wont see real opportunities until you come to grips with reality. Homelessness and delusion is a very sad state.
Society is filled with lottery winners that wind up right back into the dumps. What you need to do is approach success online as a day to day grind. If you’re really dedicated, you can call it a career. Everyday is a nine to five when you actually do succeed online. The sweat on my brow has left a lingering scent since my first personal break-through.
Every aspiration to succeed online is clouded by those rare exceptions to the rule. We make them into the blueprints. They are cases where the dumbest concepts go viral and every American says, “If that guy could do it, I can.”
The problem is, that guy didn’t do it. We did. For some spontaneous reason, we hit our keypads and miraculously struck, not exact, but similar keys. It convinced Google that we meant the same thing. If it’s funny, we’ll still watch it anyway.
One Secret to Succeed Online
There is one major trick to succeed online. It’s called traffic. Keywords are nice, but they only log your content into the internet’s file cabinet: name, category and description.
Then what’s the big secret to succeed online? Traffic. It’s realizing how your computer works. It was designed with the intent of functioning similar to the human memory and traffic creates real memories for the World Wide Web. But let’s take a more simpler approach.
What happens in the real world happens online. Don’t believe it do you? The internet and your computer have memories. When you have something online that is relevant in the real world, it will affect people in the real world. That traffic will put your content to the top of searches. The internet will use your traffic to create a memory[in caches] it will deem as relevant by suggesting it during searches. If you create better content than Best Buy, it won’t matter because they will have tremendously more imprinted memory due to their traffic.
Why most people don’t succeed online is because their inner avatar tells them to justifiably skip or avoid realistic approaches that require time and consistent effort.
The first step to succeed online is to clear the cloud of misleading dust surrounding you and your homelessness.
Comment at will. I look forward to hearing what’s on your mind and to see how many of you out there are homeless.