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August 16, 2011

Affiliate Marketeing; What It Takes

Each of us has its own interest or has a hobby. Some love all kinds of books, music, and movies while others are into sports and traveling. There are also people who love to grow flowers and loves pets. These things help us to relax and forget our everyday problems and troubles and these things are common to people. But not everyone has a hobby that makes money for him/her except if you love your job. Money making hobby could let you treat your family and friends with the extra cash or you can even quit your current job that you almost certainly hate. That is why many of us today go online to start a business; their reasons are either to supplement their income or to gradually replace their offline income from their job. Affiliate marketing is a great way to start in making money online. Affiliate marketing is a revenue sharing partnership between a web merchant and one or more affiliates. The affiliate is paid a commission for referring clicks, leads or most often sales to the merchant. An affiliate’s advantage is that he can make money in a business where he doesn’t have the upfront costs of creating his own product, and he doesn’t have to worry about e-commerce, bookkeeping, or even customer support for it is the merchant’s responsibility. Now, for sure you want to be an affiliate marketer with all that benefits an affiliate could get. But, do you have what it takes to be an affiliate marketer? Before you begin your venture into affiliate marketing, you need to decide first which area interest you. What products do you know the most and which products you could do the best job of selling? Once you discover your specialty, perseverance, patience, determination comes next. These are the qualities you should possessed to be a good affiliate marketer. Too many online business prospectors lose out because they become impatient. You also have to know what your strengths are, the things in which you are good at and your capabilities and abilities related to your chosen streak. And the most important thing is you have to have a strong desire to succeed in affiliate marketing. To be an affiliate marketer is not an easy task. You have to learn the techniques of marketing your product or service. You shouldn’t be looking at every chance because marketing is all about attracting you to look at this or that particular opportunity. To be a successful affiliate marketer, you should learn how to listen and to be taught because in life we need to learn skills to get by. For an affiliate marketer, you should know how to market your site effectively, in will enable you to get thousands of visitors coming to your site which transforms into more sales. This only means that the faster you set up a website, the bigger your chances of making money online faster. You should avoid the same mistakes some affiliates make everyday, they are only building a short-term business where they just make a small sale. Make sure you do understand that you should be building a long-term affiliate business and not just something that makes you a few dollars on one sale. It is also better to have knowledge on how to upsell your visitors for expensive services. This will in turn make you become recognized as an expert in your field and making money will be easier. There are some people thinks that just by having affiliate links on their website will bring them good profits. This can have some truth to it, but then most successful affiliates still believe that making use of strong marketing campaigns for their affiliate programs is still important. But affiliate marketers become much more successful when they treat their customers or online visitors as friends. Make a commitment to establish relationships with your customers and especially with visitors to your site. It is very important for an affiliate marketer to have a good business relationship with customers or visitors.
Posted on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 / 0 comments / Read More

Affiliate Managers

Employing a manager to run affiliate systems on a retainer with bonuses is a win for product owners, a win for managers and ultimately a win for affiliates. Having them happy is the only way to keep them actively selling your product or service, and in turn improving business. Russell Brunson knows how to manage his affiliates after losing over two years of work, and 6,500 affiliates in one day when his system crashed. He wrote down what worked and what didn’t, then started again and in less then two months he was back. Now 18 months later he has an affiliate list of 30,000 and draws in a six figure amount of cash per month from his affiliates. So successful has his been in recruiting affiliates that Russell Brunson, along with affiliate manager Stu McLaren, has developed an affiliate training program for managers. Both men believe there was a shortage of experienced managers and yet they were the most important element in an effective affiliate marketing program. Here is a broad look at the most important three elements to be an effective manager: 1. Affiliate Research It is important that managers draw in the best sales people to sell the products. The number of affiliates is irrelevant if they don’t sell the products each month. Stu collects up to 2500-3000 websites that could be interested in selling the product, and then he looks at which ones collect a large amount of quality traffic. This can be time consuming, but it forms the bases of an effective marketing plan. In the end there may be 150 to 200 sites that could be quality affiliates. “We would divide them into either A affiliates and B affiliates. There is no difference between A affiliates and B affiliates except that A affiliates have more traffic or greater numbers in their e-mail lists,” he said. “Those are the people you want to go after first because they will have the biggest impact on your business in a short period of time, and have the most influence on the most amount of people.’’ 2. Recruiting Affiliates Once managers have identified which potential affiliates they wish to pursue, they must pursue. Increasing quality affiliates will increase sales. The secret here is to be pro-active and go beyond what is expected. “It is not hard, we just pick up the phone and call all the people on our A list,” Stu McLaren said. “The reason that we call, was because every lazy affiliate manager out there will send an email. By ringing them we are instantly separate ourselves from other affiliate systems out there. You instantly start to build a relationship.” “Before we call we do our research; what is their web site? What are they selling? What sort of people they are drawing to their web site? Prepare promotions for them ahead of time, the more you reduce the work for them the more likely they will say ‘yes’. That is the position you want to be in.’’ 3. Training affiliates If the affiliates have a reason to sell the product then they will remain active affiliates. Other affiliate programs will create only one program, and then expect affiliates to sell again and again each month with the same material. Russell Brunson focuses on creating a reason for affiliates to sell each month and will focus on events in promotional material. “We create new promotions every month. My advice is start with holidays or events. Imagine if you created tools around these promotions for your affiliates. You are saving them time and work and the likelihood of them selling your product is sky high,” Stu said.
Posted on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 / 0 comments / Read More

Affiliate Is Not A Dirty Word

When I first started out on my journey to become a successful Internet marketer I used to wonder about all the advertisements I came across that begged me to join an affiliate program. They made huge claims about how much money I would earn if I joined them so I just ignored them. That is until I started to understand more about affiliates and affiliate programs. WHAT IS AN AFFILIATE? An affiliate is someone who promotes other people’s products or services. When you become an affiliate you have a money making business opportunity but you have none of the worries or expenses of a typical business. You’ll never have the bother of dealing with processing or shipping an order or be involved with customer care. You will however receive money for your promotional efforts. When someone purchases a product or service through your efforts you receive a commission on the sale. All you have to do is promote and wait to receive your payment cheques. WHERE DO I FIND AN AFFILIATE PROGRAM? There are literally thousands of affiliate programs to choose from. Many of them will tell you that you will earn thousands and thousands of dollars per month if you join them. They will state all the amazing benefits to you and how new and fabulous their particular product or service is. I’m sure you have seen these advertisements everywhere on the Internet. If you type in affiliate programs into your search engine you will see what I mean. You will also just come across them as you are surfing. It can be quite over whelming to make a choice. HOW DO I DECIDE WHICH AFFILIATE PROGRAM IS FOR ME? There are three approaches to choosing the right program for you. Choose something that has a high demand Choose something that you have a passion for Combine the above two points so you will have a product that is in high demand and you are passionate about it. I personally think a combination of these approaches is the best. If you choose something that is in high demand then there will be a market for the product or service. It is essential to have a market otherwise you will find that no one will be interested in buying from you. The down side here however is when there is a high demand there is also a lot of competition. If you choose something you are passionate about then you’ll have more fun and you’ll be more passionate about what you are promoting. When you have something you can put your heart and soul into you will generally do better than if you are promoting something you don’t care about or know nothing about. Make a list of what you are passionate about. Then do a search on the key words to see how many other people have this same interest. You can do this by using a key-word search. offer free software you can download. Use this to search for the information. Just type in the key word and see how many results come up, i.e. how many people searched for those word over the last month. Then use your search engine to locate your affiliate program. For example my personal primary interests evolve around living a better life. This means I am interested in health, wealth, developing better relationships and emotional and spiritual well being. Because I have these fundamental desires I searched for an affiliate program that helped me to attract more of these things into my life. You may decide to go with just one program. The ideal situation would be to find one program. Understand how it works then branch out to include a few more that connect to your primary interest. Once you’ve understood what’s involved in promoting your primary program it will be only a little more effort to hook up with other programs and start increasing your monthly cheques! You may also find that as you go along you will need to buy a few things for example, web hosting and domain names. You may then see the value of adding these services to your affiliate list too. For example once I found my primary program I realised I had to advertise in order to get customers. I also discovered that I really did need my own website even though I had acquired several free ones when I joined my affiliate program. So I learnt all about web hosts and domain names and website design. As I went along I picked up a few more affiliate programs. After much trial and error I came to develop an understanding of the concept of organic search engine optimisation. I loved the whole concept so I added this to my list of programs too. I have also developed a deeper understanding and appreciation for how Internet business works. HOW DO I MAKE AN AFFILIATE PROGRAM WORK FOR ME? The big thing is PROMOTION. You will need to promote your affiliate products or services. When you join an affiliate program you will usually be given one or more free websites and some links and banners. When someone clicks onto the links or banners and purchases the product or service you will receive a commission. This is how affiliate programs work. Regardless of which program you are involved in, advertising and promoting your links and banners will become your number one priority! If you are not prepared for this you will not be successful. It is that simple. There is no way around this. The best way to do this is by becoming educated in the right things to do. You have a choice of paying for advertising or not paying for advertising. A great place to start is with understanding how organic search engine optimisation works and how to get it to work for you. This method of advertising is time consuming to get set up if you do it manually but once your done it will provide you with an endless source of free targeted traffic to your website. There are soft-ware programs you can buy that will get you set up if your short on time. Unfortunately the truth is that 95% of Internet entrepreneurs make no money. There are lots of reasons for this. Some of the more serious and common reasons are that many people just don’t understand how to promote. Many still don’t even realise that they have to have their own websites. Many spend more money than they are comfortable with because they head down the road of paid advertising and they aren’t in a position to afford this. My best advise to you is that you enjoy your affiliate programs. Get your own website. Learn about organic search engine optimisation and spend your money wisely. I hope this article will help position you for great success with you Internet marketeering
Posted on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 / 0 comments / Read More

Affiliate Fraud - Avoiding Fraud In Lead Programs

Lead fraud is possibly the largest obstacle to successful lead gathering via Affiliate marketing on the internet. Finding pre-qualified leads online can be either very successful or very frustrating depending on how you set up your program to deal with fraud. Gathering leads through an Affiliate program can be a very successful venture if you find the right Affiliates. Names and contact details of people who have an active interest in your product increases conversion rates for offline sales and hopefully increases your bottom line. That benefit may, however, be adversely affected if the time you spend sifting through rubbish leads becomes too great. But there are a few things you can do. Choosing Affiliates As with all Affiliate programs, you will need to choose your Affiliates wisely at the beginning to have a fraud-free campaign. This means manually vetting Affiliate applications to join your program. Look at other sites your Affiliates have gathered leads for and ask for references if you think it is warranted. Remember also that seeking legal redress against fraudulant Affiliates is much easier to do in your home country, or countries with a similar, enforceable legal systems. Be sure that you know all of the contact details of your Affiliates so if something goes wrong you can contact them quickly. Monitoring Your Lead Campaign You will need to monitor your campaign manually, especially at the beginning to ensure you are receiving quality leads. Look at the leads you are receiving - if they all exhibit similar properties then you could have a problem. Things to watch out for include similar spelling mistakes on each lead (which would indicate one person is filling out the lead many times) and identical IP addresses (which could also indicate that one person is filling out the lead form several times or getting friends and relatives to do it). You will need to keep doing this manually until you are happy with your Affiliates and the quality of leads they are sending through. With just a few hours of diligence at the beginning when you are setting up your lead campaign you can avoid days of frustration. The bulk of lead fraud is preventable - it just takes a little planning.
Posted on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 / 0 comments / Read More

Affiliate Content, Duplicate Content And The Crucial Differences Between Them; Er, There Are None...

Going by word on the Search Engine news group,, it's looking like Google is getting better at spotting and demoting affiliate content. It could well be that because the same text content is repeated over and over on every affiliate site that carries it it gets demoted by Google purely for being duplicate content. I see this as being a problem, a growing problem, for every affiliate merchant and client using a data feed to power the pages. While the templates folk use may well vary in detail due to individuals customising them to their taste, essentially they're all variants on the same theme and of course they all contain the same few lines of text content in the same order. Repetition of this kind shouldn't be too hard to identify and either ignore or remove from the listings or do whatever with which may well mean in the future that the idea of affiliate sites as we now have them is simply no longer practical. My crystal gifts site is powered by a feed from using a Cusimano script. I've personalised the templates so if you know me you'll recognise the standard BB layout of the individual product pages. Visually, therefore, it isn't like any of the other sites using the same feed. It still has the same text content, though. Inputting a sample into Google produces "about 584" results, all of which, or the majority of which we must suspect as I'm not going to go through them all to check it absolutely, are built around the same feed. The problem here for both affiliates and for affiliate merchants and for Google is, what's the point in having them at all? If there's one site that has them, namely, the original, where's the point in Google having the rest of them in the index? They all sell the same product for the same price, so why bother to index them? At the moment, it's the battle of the SEO's. Why should someone buy product A from my site as opposed to anyone else's? The answer would be, because when they search for product they find my site before they find any of the others, and there are ways of promoting sites with which we are all familiar here. But this can't really last. The world only really needs just the one web site for these custom-made products and speciality items, and that's the one from the original manufacturers. All the rest essentially constitute duplicate content and we know what happens to that, it gets filtered out. So, to counter this problem, you could substitute your own text for the original, and you could take your own photographs of the product. Not a problem for a small site, however, many have tens of thousands of pages. How is anyone going to re-write that lot? Obviously any lone affiliate can't begin to, so the idea of affiliate sites as we now have them, I think, must inevitably give way to niche sites where the affiliate presents a small range of items in an individual style that will appeal to certain of the buying public. The idea would be to create a brand of presentation that clients would get to be familiar with and feel comfortable with. If you look at the items on my crystal gifts site they're all photographed out of context. In your home they are unlikely to be suspended in mid-air against a white background, which is how they're presented in the data feed and thus on my site. I'm suggesting taking pictures of items as they might actually appear in situ, do a little mock-up of a down-lit corner table and snap that from a typical viewing angle, or have an item on a coffee-table against a background of muted lights, featuring an expansive sofa, giving a feel of general relaxed easy-living. This, by comparison with simply outputting the existing data from the feed, would cost a bundle, but it just might might be the only real way forward for niche affiliates. You know what that would result in? Quality sites. The kind Google professes to like. Meanwhile, though, I suspect people who've built one multiple-product affiliate site, and seen it do well and are now busily engaged in building more and more multiple-product sites on the basis that they'll all do well too, are in for multiple disappointments. I'm trying to go niche in general with my affiliate sites and I've picked on crystal and glass gift items to work with as I can break then down into categories and maximise the potential of each category. What I've got then, in effect, is a legion of niche sites all interconnecting. For choice, now that I understand more of the industry than I did when I began with affiliate sites, I'd really like a site that does watches and jewellery, these are the items that people are happiest buying from the web, research has suggested, but I don't know a good feed other than Amazon and I've stayed away from getting too involved with Amazon as it has the high profile it does and will inevitably attract the greatest number of affiliates and so likely will be penalised in the earlier days of any affiliate purge. From what I'm hearing, this purge has already begun.
Posted on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 / 0 comments / Read More

July 17, 2011

Website Or No Website…That's The Question

Do you want to make money through the Internet but you don't have enough experience or capital to start your own online business? You don't have to worry, for a lot of online marketing options exist for you to start with. One of these options, and shall I say the best, is affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing provides first time online marketers like you the chance to market something online even without having your own product to sell. All you have to do is to sign up with an affiliate marketing program, which is usually owned by an online merchant or retailer, and start picking the products you want to promote. As an affiliate, you are paid by the merchant for your services on a commission basis, that is whenever you have directed a visitor to the merchant's site and the visitor actually buys something. Becoming an affiliate in an affiliate marketing program is often quick and easy, and for most affiliate programs, signing up is also free. But despite these and all the benefits being promised by affiliate programs, many people are still hesitant to get into affiliate marketing. One of the reasons why a lot of people remain hesitant is the lack of a website to start marketing his affiliate products with. This now leads us to the question of whether a website is required or necessary in affiliate marketing or not. Many people say that one can do affiliate marketing even without a website to start with. Actually, one can really start promoting and marketing his affiliate products even without a website; and there exist a lot of ways on how this can be done. In fact, many affiliate marketing strategies that leads to success can exist without actually needing a website. Among these strategies are email marketing, offline promotions, writing e-books, writing ezines and engaging in online discussions like forums, chats, message boards and others. *Email Marketing Email marketing, or maintaining email lists, is actually the most popular affiliate marketing strategy that doesn't require the affiliate to maintain a website. In this affiliate marketing strategy, what you basically do is maintain a list of the email ads of your prospective customers and provide them with articles that are relevant with the affiliate products and programs you are promoting. Articles that you provide your contacts with need not always be promotional, for many individuals find such types of email annoying. Rather, it would be better if you provide them with something informative and just add small text ads that link to your merchant's site. *Offline Promotion There are many ways on how you can promote your affiliate products offline. Among the common medium used for such promotions are classified ads, brochures and flyers. Classified ads would generally work better compared to the other two because classified ads in periodicals often get a wider audience. *Writing Free e-books If you have a knack in writing, writing an e-book can be the best way for you to promote your affiliate products in the absence of an actual website. Just like in emails and newsletters, your readers would better appreciate your e-book if it is not too promotional but rather informative. Be sure, however, to make the contents of your e-books relative to the actual affiliate products you are promoting. And just like in email marketing, you can just place text ads or banners somewhere near the end of your e-book that links to the merchant's site. *Writing Free Ezines Ezines are publications or articles that aim to inform individuals about a particular topic. If you don't have a website and yet want to be an affiliate, you can well use ezines to promote your affiliate products or to insert links to your merchant's site. If you have a website, your ezine article may actually work well as content for your site. But since you have no website, you can just submit your free ezine articles to various websites that hosts ezines, like, and others. *Online discussions (Forums, Chats, Message Boards, etc.) With or without a website, you just can't ignore online discussions because they are great venues for marketing your affiliate products. In chats, forums, message boards and discussion boards with topics related to your products, you can easily find people who may be interested with the products you are promoting. With all these strategies, it may appear that one really doesn't need to have a website to start marketing his affiliate products and promoting his affiliate programs. Well, starting in an affiliate program without a website may be easy, but getting successful in affiliate marketing without a website is another thing. While one can actually gain enormous success in affiliate marketing even without a website, it is a rare instance that "newbies" like you can reach the same levels of success. Having a website is not really a pre-requisite in entering into an affiliate program, unless otherwise the program owner would require you to have one. But while this is so, I would still recommend that you have for yourself a website, if not now, then maybe at a later time. Having a website creates a lot of advantages in affiliate marketing. For one, it provides you a place where you can creatively promote not only one of your affiliate products but all of your affiliate products. With a website, you can also advertise your affiliate products to a wider market. Again, having a website is not a requirement in affiliate marketing. But with the advantages that a website can provide, I'd rather have one for myself and make affiliate marketing a lot easier for me.
Posted on Sunday, July 17, 2011 / 0 comments / Read More

December 29, 2010



Kemarin malam, saya menulis pertanyaan di facebook pada teman-teman, yang mana yang mereka inginkan? Jadi pebisnis atau bekerja untuk sebuah perusahaan? Kurang dari 1 jam saya mendapatkan lebih dari 200 komentar.

Anne Ahira - Facebook

Saya perhatikan dari setiap jawaban, ternyata hampir semuanya menginginkan jadi PEBISNIS. Alasannya bermacam-macam, ada yang berpikir dengan berbisnis uangnya bisa lebih banyak, bisa mengatur waktu sendiri, ada juga yang ingin jadi BOS dan lain-lain.

Pertanyaannya: SUDAHKAH mereka memulai?

Atau hanya 'sekedar keinginan'?

Adalah hal yang sering saya dengar dari banyak orang, mereka mengaku ingin sukses, tapi selalu memiliki alasan, salah satunya ‘tidak ada waktu’ atau 'tidak punya modal'.

Tidak jarang orang mengirimkan email kepada saya, mengaku ingin sukses,  ingin menjalankan bisnis seperti saya, lalu di belakang emailnya dibumbui 'tapi sayang Ahira, saya tidak punya modal' :-)

Sound familiar? :-)

Jika ada orang mengirimkan email seperti itu, saya selalu menjawab:


Lapar adalah MODAL untuk mencari makan.

Haus adalah MODAL untuk mencari minum.

Ketidaktahuan adalah MODAL untuk mencari tahu.

Bodoh adalah MODAL untuk menjadi pintar.

Tidak punya 'modal', adalah MODAL untuk mencari dan mendapatkan modal yang Anda perlukan.


Saya berani mengatakan seseorang tidak akan pernah bisa menjadi PEBISNIS sukses jika dia tidak bisa atau tidak mau mengusahakan APA yang dia perlukan.

Jika Anda benar-benar ingin menjadi seorang PEBISNIS dan SUKSES, Anda harus siap: Memecahkan setiap masalah yang ada di depan mata, sebelum mengecap yang namanya 'keuntungan'.

Sederhananya, bagaimana kita mau jadi pebisnis, jika pada saat awal saja, dan hanya karena 'tidak punya modal' Anda jadikan alasan untuk tidak bergerak maju.

Anda bayangkan, jika Anda menjadi seorang pebisnis, kita buat saja contoh yang mudah dipahami dan dibayangkan: Saya mendirikan perusahaan PT. Asian Brain di Indonesia dan Asian Brain LLC di Amerika. Perusahaan Asian Brain saat ini memiliki ratusan staff di sana sini. Sebagai pebisnis, saya harus bertanggung jawab di antaranya:

Menggaji ratusan staff setiap bulan. Saya *harus berpikir* bagaimana agar perusahaan tetap berjalan, bisa menggaji ratusan staff setiap bulan dan membuat perusahaan semakin maju.

Saya tidak boleh 'merengek' dan tinggal diam, mengharapkan bantuan dan belas kasihan dari orang lain, melontarkan alasan "Saya ingin berhasil, tapi saya tidak punya modal untuk menggaji staff saya??".

No way...!

Sebagai PEBISNIS, Anda *tidak boleh* punya mental seperti itu. Sebagai PEBISNIS Anda ditantang untuk terus berpikir dan menuntaskan segala permasalahan yang menjadi tanggung jawab Anda, bukan orang lain.

Bagaimana Anda mau jadi pebisnis, jika masalah sendiri Anda lontarkan pada orang lain? :-)

Siapapun yang menjadi Pebisnis, tentunya ingin bisnisnya menjadi besar dan maju bukan? Nah, jika usaha Anda besar, maka tanggung jawab Anda pun akan semakin besar. Tanggung jawab Anda tidak hanya sebatas untuk kepentingan diri sendiri, tapi lebih banyak untuk orang lain. Maka sikap KEPEMIMPINAN pun menjadi mutlak untuk seorang pebisnis.

Menggaji staff hanyalah 'salah satu' dari sekian banyak tanggung jawab yang harus Anda pikirkan pada saat bisnis sudah menjadi besar. Belum memikirkan biaya ini itu, strategi ini dan itu yang harus selalu dipikirkan untuk kelangsungan usaha kita.

Banyak orang hanya membayangkan nikmatnya jadi pebisnis dari segi 'keuntungan', tapi mereka melupakan USAHA dan kerja keras pebisnis dalam keseharian. Kegagalan demi kegagalan yang harus mereka pecahkan, dan mereka tidak pernah berhenti hingga apa yang mereka inginkan tercapai.

Jika Anda ingin jadi pebisnis yang berhasil, bersiap-siaplah untuk menelan ratusan kegagalan di awal, sebelum mengecap keberhasilan pertama.

Jangan melihat asyiknya pebisnis dari keuntungan yang mereka dapatkan. Dari Penghasilan mereka yang miliaran. Lihatlah 'babak belur' nya mereka sebelum mencapai pada posisi sekarang.

Menjalankan bisnis tidak selalu tergantung pada 'modal uang' untuk menjalankannya. Tapi lebih pada pola pikir dan sikap kita yang SIAP akan berbagai macam tantangan.

Teman, kita hidup di dunia nyata, bukan sinetron. Pebisnis sukses tidak hanya asal memberikan tanda tangan, naik mobil mewah dan liburan ke luar negeri.

Yang namanya KERJA KERAS adalah mutlak untuk seorang pebisnis. Berani babak belur di awal. Siapkan mental Anda untuk mengalami kegagalan dan kerugian yang bertubi-tubi. Tidak hanya selalu memikirkan keuntungan.

Belajarlah untuk dewasa di mana Anda benar-benar mau menerima kenyataan bahwa tidak ada yang namanya 'sukses instan' di dunia ini. Tidak ada yang namanya sukses gratisan. Semua diperlukan pengorbanan di awal, jerih payah dan usaha yang sangat tidak sedikit.

Teman, sukses tidak selalu tergantung pada yang namanya ‘uang’ atau perlu modal. Bukankah banyak di antara kita yang selalu mengatakan uang bisa dicari? Dan ITULAH ujian Anda pertama kali sebagai pebisnis! Ayo pecahkan. Bukan dijadikan sebagai alasan.

Ingat, kita telah diberi modal sejak lahir oleh Yang Maha Pemberi Modal, yaitu: akal pikiran. Gunakanlah itu sebagai modal awal dan modal utama Anda.

Ingat selalu rumusnya:


Dan tentunya jangan lupa, awali setiap langkah Anda dengan do'a. :-)

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