Multiple Internet Projects Can Be Counter Productive

A lot of internet marketers have different experiences and opinions on what strategy works best. Do you profit more by having multiple projects at the same time or when you have one or two projects you focus all your time and attention to? That’s an all-time question that Internet marketers will have various answers in, but only successful ones know the real deal.

Multiple Internet Projects Can Be Counter Productive

Others might say that creating multiple sources of income is the most advantageous, and I used to agree in that but not anymore. Before, I really broke my back to live that theory because I take comfort knowing that I have multiple projects. If ever one project doesn’t work out, I still have some five other projects to fall back to.

Multiple Internet Projects Can Be Counter Productive

Today, I changed my perception. What I did wrong in the past was divide my time and efforts in numerous projects, making it very hard for even one project to reach its full potential. One day isn’t enough to do everything I had to do for all of my projects to work. There was no way I could give my all to AdWords, to my websites or to writing articles and managing all projects at the same time.

Multiple Internet Projects Can Be Counter Productive

Time is very limited; I just didn’t have enough to spend to all projects which made all my efforts invaluable. Well, almost. In the long run, after too much hard work, I was making money. But hear me out on this, because I missed a very vital step that could have made me richer. I did not focus, and you probably know  by now that focusing is very important to make a difference in this business.

Multiple Internet Projects Can Be Counter Productive

Let’s say in the next six months you poured your time and efforts in five more projects and they are somehow profitable. Out of the five projects, one of them is really a hit. Focusing all of your time and effort in that hit project could possibly be more profitable compared to all of those five unfocused projects combined. If you take care of that hit project and give it all you’ve got, it’s unlikely it won’t return the favor. You can make mad money with a single project if you concentrate on it and if you had the wisdom to notice it from the rest.

Another very important aspect that you have to consider is money. Having multiple projects can hurt your pocket, for real. For beginners, this is a disadvantage. Learning your strengths and area of expertise can cost you a lot, and you don’t have a choice but to take this road because you will never know where you excel if you don’t try many different areas at first.

The core of this is to determine the right time to focus in a particular project. We have different answers to this but essentially, if you follow my guide, it will lead you to your answer. Your instinct will tell you where and when to focus, and if you spot the hit project, give your all and the rest will follow.

Steve Weber is a certified teacher from Oklahoma who left his education career in 2007 as his online businesses grew. He now spends his time consulting with and teaching new Internet marketers how to succeed online. His website, Steve’s Classroom, contains a wide variety of videos and tutorials for building a successful online business.

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