Worried About the Competition Online?
I recently chatted with a friend through Gmail, and she was slightly worried.
She was building a site in a certain niche and found out that other people were building their sites on the same concept. She used SBI and actually found a couple of SBI-ers building their site in the exact same niche.
Should I continue? Do I stand a chance now that even someone using an SBI system is going for this niche?
Here’s my answer: When I bought Andy Williams’ niche blueprint on vacuums, there were eventually 100 sold.
Where are they? Where are these sites?
I also bought a juicer niche and made a smaller site for my girlfriend. It ranks in the top three in Google for many in-demand keywords in the juicer niche.
There were also 100 juicer niche blueprints sold. Where are these sites? I can’t find them on the first three pages of Google…
That’s the thing with people, they just don’t stick to something until it’s done. This is especially true when it comes to making money online.
People are greedy, impatient, and have no real working discipline.
If they were focused, disciplined, followed a system, and were patient, they would be successful OFFLINE TOO!
Maybe not at the same level as the internet allows you (since it works for you even when you are asleep), but successful enough not to be in debt or have financial problems.
But this is rarely the case (in my humble opinion) when it comes to making money online.
So 90% of your competition will not be disciplined enough to follow the process through, will eventually jump on some other GRQ idea, and their site will never become an authority site.
They’ll earn $3 per day and then they’ll say: “Bah, this doesn’t work, let me try something else…”
The point is this: Suceeding online or offline has very little to do with your niche or the system you use. It’s all about YOU.
Google really doesn’t like to place newly registered sites high in the rankings, and it will take more than nine months (probably more than a year) before you see some nice income.
Stick to your plan, put your blinders on, and invest everything you’ve got into your project for a year.
You’ll also gain tons of experience and, even if this project is really not a winner making $100 per day, you’ll know how to make one with your next site.