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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 1:34 pm

October 13, 2013

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June 12, 2013

Home Business Tip of the Day: There is a way to make money during your travels, enough to cover your trip.

Can You Take a Photo Like This One?
By Jason Holland

For most people, vacation is a time to spend money — usually more than they planned.

But, there is a way to make money during your travels, enough to cover your trip. Without sacrificing any of the fun.

Shelly Perry travels all over the world as a stock photographer, and one of her favorite places to visit is Paris. Each time she goes, she spends time in cafes, enjoys lavish meals, and always makes time for long walks through this beautiful and history-filled city.

Like most tourists, she snaps pictures throughout her trip. But, instead of posting them to Facebook or showing them off to family and friends, she sells them to an online stock photo website when she gets home.

But you don’t have to travel the world to sell your photos. Shelly takes photos and sells them when she’s back home, too. Stock agencies are looking for photos of just about every topic, setting, situation, and subject you can think of. Check out some of Shelly’s pictures below. They’ve all sold multiple times, but as you can see, they’re of a variety of subject matters.

Stock photo sites are used by all sorts of individuals, publishers, and businesses to illustrate magazines, websites, corporate manuals, advertisements, picture frames, travel brochures, and more. They need pictures of people, objects, landscapes, and more. You’ve probably seen a dozen today without realizing it.

More than six million photographs are published every year in the U.S. print media alone. That’s more than 16,000 per day. And, more than 40,000 photos are published a day worldwide. That’s not even counting all the photos online. A huge number of those are stock photos. And sooner than you think, the photos being published could be yours.

While it was easier to break into these online agencies a few years ago, there’s still a lot of money to be made today — a couple of thousand a month once you get in the groove. It could be a fun side income for you as you build your primary Carefree Business.

What’s more, you have basically all the tools you need already to make this little freelance gig work for you if you already have a camera. And if you don’t, there are lots of websites online where you can buy used equipment for just a couple hundred dollars — money you can earn back through the sale of your photographs.

The key is in learning how to work the system — what kinds of images are selling best, and how you can create them with your camera.

The Kinds of Photos that Sell Best

There are hundreds of different in-demand categories of stock photos.

You can make money by taking photos on your next vacation … in your backyard … of friends and family … in your city or town … in the park down the street … out in nature while on a hike … the zoo … during the holidays … of hobbies … at festivals and sporting events … the beach … the mountains … wildlife … in your office … the list goes on.

Shelly Perry, the stock photographer I mentioned earlier, has three specific recommendations for saleable stock photos. These are a great place for you to get started:

  1. Farmer’s Markets
    “Farmer’s markets are teeming with stock shot opportunities … from the repeating patterns and colors of seasonal fruits and vegetables to signs scrawled in chalk and people picking out their wares.”
  2. Your Hotel
    “I’ve sold photos of curtains, tassels, pillows, and more. One photo of a front desk bell has sold 1,021 times on iStockphoto.com.”
  3. Textures and Patterns
    “People like to buy photos of simple textures or patterns to use as backgrounds for their websites … fine art on their wall … and a myriad of other things. Keep an eye out for these: peeling paint, rusted metal, brick walls, cracks in the sidewalk, bark on a tree …”

Of course, there are lots of other subjects you can shoot. For more, visit one of the popular online stock agencies and browse their list of topics.

Shelly works with iStockPhoto.com, but there are many other agencies. A simple Google search using the keyword “stock photos” will help you identify others.

On iStock, it’s free to upload your pictures. And, it’s the perfect place for you to get started, too. Amateur photographers are welcome.

A typical stock photo on these sites sells anywhere from $1 to $15, depending on what size photo the customer wants to purchase. And, the photographer gets a royalty based on sales.

This may not sound like much. But, when you add up all the downloads (there is no limit on how many times a picture can be sold and downloaded). Popular photos can sell hundreds or thousands of times.

In general, stock photographers earn an average of $1 per image per month from their portfolios. Upload just 10 photos per week and this time next year, your royalties should amount to over $500 a month in spare cash — an extra $6,000 a year of passive income.

Commit to uploading twice that amount, and your earnings will be an extra $12,000 a year. Money you can put towards a new car, a mortgage payment, multiple vacations, and more.

Get Started Today

Like I said earlier, it takes a little know-how to choose the right online stock photo agency, submit the kinds of photos they’re looking for, and earn you your first royalty check. But, there’s no reason you can’t start on your journey to becoming a stock photographer today. Why not give it a shot this weekend?

  1. Take a look through the photos already up for sale at iStockPhoto.com to see the types of photos that are selling. Also check out magazines with a lot of photos. Look at the shots accompanying articles, as well as the ads. Look for common themes or subjects.
  2. Then, head out this weekend with your camera and … start practicing. Take a lot of photos! Multiple shots of the same subject. And, a lot of different subjects. You want to have a lot to go through when you get home — so you can figure out what you did right and why certain photos didn’t come out.

And here’s an inside tip: Set your camera to shoot at the highest quality, largest size possible — a must for profitable stock photos.

Good luck and good shooting!

Editor’s Note: You don’t need an elaborate set up or professional experience to make this opportunity work. But, learning the tricks of the trade from experienced pros will give you a leg up when you’re ready to submit your photos to stock sites.

The “Lazy Man’s Approach” is a method designed to help stock photographers just starting out to work less, and make more.

With The Lazy Man’s Guide to Stock Photography, you’ll learn how to take good photos that don’t require a lot of effort. Plus, it shows you how to let stock agencies sell them for you — so you have more free time on your hands.

It won’t make you the greatest stock photographer of all time, mind you. But, it will get your stock photo career up and running fast. It will help you take shots like the simple photos above. It will show you how to create a portfolio packed with images that can make you money — in just a few short weeks.

For a limited time only, The Lazy Man’s Guide to Stock Photography is available for free when you purchase the brand-new 4th edition of our photography program, Turn Your Pictures into Cash. In the guide, you’ll learn tricks for jump-starting your success in stock photography the lazy man’s way, like:

  1. Discover six microstock agencies you can get started in right away. Page 11.
  2. The same photo can sell for different prices on different websites. Since you’re earning a percentage of each sale, how can you ensure your photo sells for the highest price, rather than the lowest price offered? Learn the simple secret to this on page 26.
  3. Why NOW is the best time to jump into stock photography as a new (or inexperienced) photographer. Page 9.
  4. The #1 key ingredient EVERY stock photo must have no matter what you photograph. Use this winning ingredient and you’ll have a recipe for success. Page 12.

There is a really cool video that lays out this opportunity and gives more details about both The Lazy Man’s Guide to Stock Photography, and Turn Your Pictures into Cash.

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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 8:14 am

December 4, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: Two More Strategies To Explode Your Performance

Today we’re going to finish up our discussion on understanding yourself.

So far we’ve talked about motivating strategies. Today we’re going to cover two more areas of self-awareness that are equally important.

Combined with your motivating strategies, these two areas will give you…

A 1-2-3 power combination to get

just about anything done in record time!

And what’s really amazing about what I’m showing you, is that you don’t have to learn anything new. You’re simply understanding and leveraging who you are already!

So we’ve got a lot more to cover. But before we dive in, I wanted to make sure you check out the “resources” section at the bottom. I’m looking to add some serious talent here at Strategic Profits and if you think you’ve got what it takes, be sure to check out the ad.

OK. Enough warm up. Let’s dive in.

To higher profits and beyond,




Two More Strategies To Explode Your Performance

By Rich Schefren

OK, So far we’ve talked about different motivation strategies. You’ve evaluated yourself and determined whether you primarily use moving “toward” or “away” as a motivating factor. We also examined whether you use internal or external cues for motivation. You’ve stopped to consider whether you’re driven out of “necessity” or “what’s possible.” And you’ve also had some time to sit and think about “what turns you on.”

So right now, you’ve got some pretty important insight into yourself that you can use when making any plans. Understandings that will help you get what you want faster and more easily than you may have been able to in the past.

But let’s not stop there, because there are other strategic things you should know to help you achieve your goals more efficiently.

Learning at the Speed of Light

What about your learning strategy? First off, are you a reader or listener? Which do you tend to do more as far as when you’re learning something new? Do you tend to read a lot or do you tend to listen a lot or watch a lot?

Here’s an important point. When I ask people individually how do you learn best; most people have an easy answer for me. However, when I ask them if they act on that information, do they actually consider that and leverage it when they go about learning something – very few people actually answered yes.

And yet acting on your knowledge of how you best learn is the key to growing your performance, to getting better and learning faster. Not acting on this knowledge condemns to inefficient learning and therefore, condemns you to suboptimal performance or non-performance.

So what is the best way that you learn and are you leveraging that way? It could be by reading. It could be by thinking about and writing about what you’ve just discovered. It could be about watching videos. It could be about talking about what you’ve learned with friends. It could be a lot of things, but the point is that you need to know how you best learn.

If you know how you get motivated and you start actually using that to increase your motivation. And you know how you learn and you start leveraging that so you can learn faster, I think you can kind of see where this is going. Ultimately your performance will be so much better than it is right now because you’ve brought some consciousness to who you are; how you do the things you do; and how you could perform at your best.

Work Preferences

Another area is your work preferences. There are too many topics to discuss here, so I won’t go too in depth. But, let’s take one easy example.

Do you work best alone or with others? If you do work better with others, what kind of relationship does it usually take? Is it with friends? Is it with people who are subordinates? Is it with a boss telling you what to do? (I hope not if you’re going to be a successful entrepreneur.)

How do you work best? Do you work best in the morning or the evening? Do you work best working on one project for the entire day or working on several different projects at the same time or throughout the day? Do you work best at your desk or in different environments? Do you perform better under stress? Or, do you do better with a highly structured, predictable environment?

Personally, I tend to work best in different environments so I’m always moving around. A while back, someone was asking me how I dealt with ADD as far as multitasking. I told them when I start feeling bored and get the need to start working on something else; rather than dropping what I’m working on and starting something else, I take what I was working on and I go to a different environment. So if I’m working on something and I’m at the beach and I’m starting to get antsy, then I’ll go to the cigar bar or I’ll go to my office. Once I get antsy there, I’ll go to Starbucks. I’ll just move around.

But it’s not important what I do. It’s important what you do that works best. Maybe you’ve never thought about these things. So you don’t know the answers to these questions right now. That’s completely okay. But now that you’re aware these are things you should know, you can start actually thinking through your motivation strategy; your learning strategy; how you do work strategy.

Do you see how knowing these things can make such a huge difference in your level of performance? When you do, you can adjust your work in a way that really leverages the best out of you!

The Way I Stay on Top of These Kinds of Things

That’s one of the reasons I love writing in my journal. Because a lot of questions like these get answered. Not always in a premeditated way, but just by sharing experiences in my journal. I see the patterns over time like “oh, the last six times I really learned something quicker than I thought. It was because I did X, Y and Z in all of those cases.” Obviously X, Y and Z would be something very useful for me to consistently do whenever I’m learning something new.

So, that’ll wrap up this brief topic. I’ll leave you with this…

How well do you know yourself? And based on that, are you leveraging who you are to get all that you want? If not, are you willing to be introspective to reflect, to think through, and ultimately bring more consciousness to who you are, how you best work and what gets you going and how you learn best?

I believe that the rewards for knowing this far, far outweigh the time it takes or the energy that you expand to learn these things about yourself.

If you really want to perform at a high level, then it’s not a “nice” thing to do; it’s an absolutely essential thing to do.

Questions or Comments on this issue?
Click here to send them to Rich!



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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 12:20 pm

October 26, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: Why Private Label Resell Rights (PLR) Are The Ultimate Short-Cut




Why Private Label Resell Rights (PLR)


Are The Ultimate Short-Cut




– by Jim Edwards


© Jim Edwards – All Rights reserved




Whether you’ve heard of it or not, PLR (Private Label


Rights) content makes it much easier for anyone to get content for their online business, whether for blogging, special reports, ebooks, and even social media. Buying the rights to large chunks of content you don’t have to write can turn into the ultimate short-cut for time-starved online business owners.


But, beware! PLR also represents a double-edged sword that can land you in some hot water with Google and article directories if you’re not careful.


* Save Time / Avoid Effort *


It might seem obvious that you’ll save a bunch of time when you don’t have to create content yourself, but it goes way beyond that. Think about it. You don’t have to do the research. You don’t have to type it all up yourself. You don’t have to wait for the bulk of the work to get done by you or someone else. So you save time and avoid effort on a couple of different levels.


Also, unlike resell rights where you can only resell the content without making any changes, with PLR you can change it around and re-purpose it any way you want or need without asking anybody’s permission. This flexibility to make the content your own makes PLR particularly appealing.


Not only can you rewrite the content, you can also transform it into completely different mediums. You can record it as a podcast; make it into screen capture video; even turn it into a print book if you want.


* PLR Can Save You Money *


PLR definitely rates cheaper than hiring a ghost writer to create something specifically for you. And, if you need something customized, it’s a lot cheaper to have something rewritten than to have it written in the first place.


For example, a ghost-written ebook would cost you $500 – 1,000 minimum (bare minimum). But a PLR ebook on most topics doesn’t cost more than $50 – 100. Also, a quick tour of Fiverr.com or other freelance-style sites will quickly show you services to re-write content cost about 70-80% LESS than ghost writing.


So you could hire someone to re-write a 10,000 word ebook for you for about $50 – $100 and do a good job. (HINT: $5-10 per thousand words is a good rule of thumb.)


Why so much less? Because re-writing content is a LOT easier for a writer or editor than writing the same content from scratch.


* The BIGGEST Mistake People Make With PLR Content *


Despite the obvious advantages, PLR is not without its pitfalls. If you use content everyone else can buy rights to without making any changes, you keep yourself from getting certain advantages with Google or article directories because of something called “duplicate content.”


Duplicate content means just that, the same content as someone else who got there before you. Google doesn’t rank duplicate content very highly and submitting content already in the article directories will usually get your account shut down.


The biggest mistake people make with PLR is not changing it at all and trying to use it “as is.” The best thing you can do if you use PLR is to do one or more of the following with it.


First, re-write it or pay to have it re-written.


Second, target the content to a specific group of people (niche audience), like teachers or golfers or home builders.


That specific angle will make it immensely more valuable and help separate you in both the reader’s minds and the eyes of Google and the article directories.


Third, format the text so it looks neat, tidy, and professional. Appearance matters and most PLR content comes just as raw text.


PLR can be a great help in your business, especially if you’re pressed for time or don’t have the expertise in a particular subject area. Just make sure to add value to it and change it around before using it in your business or posting it to your website or blog.


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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 7:50 am

October 5, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: The Reason We Have Poverty…

Tip of The Day:
The Reason We Have Poverty…

“The reason we have poverty is that we have no imagination. There are a great many people accumulating what they think is vast wealth, but it’s only money… they don’t know how to enjoy it, because they have no imagination.” — Alan Watts


> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 8:03 am

October 4, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: The “Million Dollar” Secret

Tip of The Day:
The “Million Dollar” Secret

It’s all about people. It’s about networking and being nice to people and not burning any bridges. Your book is going to impress, but in the end it is people… — Mike Davidson


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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 11:19 am

September 26, 2011

Home Business Tip of The Day: Pavarotti’s “Recipe” For Success…

Tip of The Day:
Pavarotti’s “Recipe” For Success

“In opera, as with any performing art, to be in great demand and to command high fees you must be good of course, but you must also be famous. The two are different things.”
— Luciano Pavarotti

> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 10:30 am

September 23, 2011