Hi, this is Debra Conrad, Head Creative Idea Generator. I’m also a Streamer, which means I have multiple streams of online income.
If you have ever wished you could take a day, week or even a few weeks off (get away from your business and computer screen) and still make an income, you are on the right page.
Multiple Streams Of Online Income
What are multiple income streams?
If you have a J.O.B. – that’s a stream of income. Probably it’s an income stream you wish you could replace.
If you sell physical products on Amazon, eBay, Etsy or your own website – (my assumption is that these product sales are profitable), then you have a stream of income.
Do you have a website (or several websites/blogs) that you are using techniques for affiliate sales commissions and advertising? Yep – you should have some income streams.
What about a service? Do you provide a service that people pay you for? This could be local or from your website. Do you have plenty of clients? Great, you have streams of income.
I have all of the above (except for the J.O.B. – which I haven’t had in over 20 years).
How It Works When You Have Multiple Streams Of Online Income
Have you ever jumped out of bed in the morning, grabbed a cup of coffee and fired up the computer… only to find you haven’t made more than a few dollars while you slept?
It will almost feel as if you have been sucker punched right in the gut.
I have been in that situation more times than I care to remember. I now have a system of income streams, and I don’t have those days any longer.
Yes, I still have days when the income seems pretty darned pitiful. Not a total loss (I just don’t have “0” income days), but still seems like penny’s when I look at a few days earlier and the money was rolling in.
TAKE NOTE: When you read the above paragraph, and understand the power of just a few sentences, I think you will get the point of becoming a streamer.
Never look at your business in small chunks of time, instead look at your business overall. How is your monthly income stacking up against last month? Last year?
What A Streamers Life Is NOT
I will not blow sunshine up your behind… I promise. In fact, you will be sitting on your behind a good bit of every day for a long while to get all your little streams in place.
Don’t let the work scare you. If you are anything like me, you will love the work. I was startled when I realized I had been creating multiple streams of income for 10 years (I started making my first baby steps in 2004). Time has flown, my business has changed many times, my lifestyle is fun and fluid.
NOTE: I would be much further ahead than I am right now (and I’m very happy where I’m at), if I had hired more help earlier on and stuck to some of my ideas (instead of letting them go by the wayside so I could follow some new shiny idea).
How To Get Your Multiple Online Income Streams Started
Choose one thing. Just ONE idea and get started NOW. Not tomorrow, not next week, NOW. Focus on learning how to implement one idea, then take it apart and start working on step ONE. Never add something to your to-do list notes like:
- Start A Website
- Grow An Email List -so you can keep in touch with your fans
- Begin A FaceBook Group – Engage!
- Launch A Digital Product – eBook – Membership Website
- Sell Physical Products On eBay and Amazon (and Etsy and, and, and)
- Learn Google+ and Hangouts
- Jump Into YouTube Channel Creation
All these “to-do’s” on the list are too big. Remember ~ We eat an elephant One Bite at a time.
I have a solution to keep you from the “overwhelm” and take all the small steps in my 30 days of Ideas and Tips. You get one actionable step every day for 30 days. Cool huh?
Keep reading, you will see where to sign up later:
You’re Going To Want At Least ONE Website
I was told a long (ever so long) time ago to get my own name as a domain name. DebraConrad.com has been around for years, and has seen many changes in design and focus.
I have many other websites, and have ton’s that I have let go because they didn’t have my full attention thus they didn’t bring in much income.
Please, don’t start a website on with “free” hosting. The old Goggle Blogger Blogs and name.WordPress.com sites are never going to be percieved as a true business website.
Domain names are cheap, as is a hosting account. That said, don’t go willy nilly buying up domain names, even at $10 a year the costs will add up.
I purchase all my domains at NameCheap.com. I absolutely refuse to use GoDaddy for anything to do with buying domain names or hosting a website.
We (the hubs and I) are in the business of helping clients with their websites, so we see a lot of different accounts. GoDaddy is down the list (like way at the bottom).
My business depends on great hosting. I’ve tried several hosting companies over the years and finally settled in at HostGator.com.
Start With 30 Days Of Ideas And Tips
Give me 30 Days (about 30 minutes each day) and let me help you get started with your own multiple streams of income. (I wish I had this when I first started 10 years ago)
You can spread this out over a few months if you wish, no pressure.
Just knowing I’m helping you get started is my reason why I’m sharing everything I know about starting and growing a real business.
You Deserve This!
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You Are The Awesome Sauce!
Corny – I know. I believe in you and that you are awesome.
If you have made it this far, you know that I am here for you. I’ll continue to help you every step of the way or I will point you in the right direction (I have ton’s of successful friends way smarter than I am).
Where I hang out most of the time:
My ThriftingForProfit FaceBook Group (with over 14k enthusiastic, helpful and just plain good members).
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