Welcome to Anna-Ajina’s Blog

This is the first entry into Anna-Ajina’s Blog. The purpose of this blog is to record the growth and changes to my “internet business”.

My name is Anna Ajina, and it all started when my children were young and I couldn’t find any work around school hours. I decided that I had to be my own boss and make money myself. To cut a long story short because I could speak another language fluently I became a freelance interpreter. I started one or two other businesses which brought me some money. But I always had this thing about making money from home, just using a computer. It really appealed to me – low overheads and startup costs. You did not have to go anywhere, be accountable to any boss or be responsible for any employees. I researched the subject and found lots of people making money just in this way.

How do you make money on the internet?
To make any money you have to sell something.cheap cialis You can sell physical products or digital products which when you pay on line you can download through a supplied link. For some reason the digital products always fascinated me more. By digital product I mean e-books, software, videos etc. You can create your own products or be an affiliate and sell other people’s products. Most people start as affiliates because it is an easier option. You don’t have to spend time and money creating your own product. There is no doubt that having your own product can be very profitable, especially if you are making money from backend products, but it is also very possible to make a good income as an affiliate.

To make a good income as an affiliate you will need to do some research. You will need to find out which products convert well and what the best ways of promoting them are. It also helps to find a good information book to learn everything about it or join an internet course on the subject or find a good coach or mentor.

So… I took the plunge and enrolled on Alex Jeffreys’ Coaching Programme!
Alex and his team promised to make me a success in Internet marketing by being fully committed to working with me. So far, so good and I am learning a lot. There is a Members’ Forum where all the teachers and students can exchange information, ask questions, get help and generally converse with each other. It is all very exciting.

If you are interested and would like to know more about making extra income on the Internet you can read about my progress here on my blog, make any comments or ask questions.

Until next time……

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7 thoughts on “Welcome to Anna-Ajina’s Blog

  1. Michael Ward

    Hi Anna,

    It was lovely to speak with you recently. Pat should be ‘back in the saddle’ next week. Great to see that you’ve got your blog up. Who knows where it will go… and what it will achieve.

    All best wishes,

    Michael Ward

  2. lorenz

    Hi Anna,

    Thank you for this introduction, I found this very clear and helpful. Good wishes with you enterprise.

    kind regards,

  3. Jane

    Hello Anna,

    I have been looking at making money on the Internet too. There are alot of ebooks which give tips on what to do, but I have not made a profit yet. It is harder to do than it looks!

    I put up some Google Adwords, with affiliate links to places like Argos, but people just clicked on my Ad but didn’t buy! I had to pay for the click but did not get any affiliate commission, and so lost money. I followed the tips one of which said put the price of the goods in the Ad (so that you don’t get ‘tyre kickers’ i.e. clickers who don’t buy) but still got clicks and no sales.

    Has anyone else found this?


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  5. Anand

    In response to Jane above: Adwords will always be hit and miss because you’re playing a numbers game. It would be better to use PPC (if thats what you want to do) to direct people to your own site and make the pitch there for the products you’re marketing (through Argos or otherwise).

    That way, you’ve got more targetted traffic coming through to your site, you’ve got longer to market to them through your web copy, and hence a better conversion rate. Yes you’ll get less people, but the ones you do get will convert better IMO.

    Hope that helps (considering your comment was in 2009)!!!


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