This Sunday, I want to talk a little about doing what you love. More specifically – Are you doing what you love?
I recently looked at a few of my latest campaigns and found many of them to be outside of niches that I enjoy, or love, working on. Now, I’m not going to stop working on them because of that, but I don’t find my self as enthused to work on them as some of my newer projects – specifically in Asian dating (I’ve had a case of ‘yellow fever’ since I was a young boy) and gaming. While these niches aren’t my most fruitful, they are my favorites and will stand to be my longest term campaigns just because I understand them (love them) so much!
But Justin – what I love doesn’t have any offers. What should I do? Bah, humbug. That’s gibberish – no one says you need a offer/big niche to make money. Make your own offer, build a community around it, make the best blog in the niche – don’t limit yourselves to strict CPA. Hell, half of my hobby sites hardly make a dime online, but I continue to use them as they’re a great outlet for me to speak my mind, practice my writing, marketing, and using new techniques, and eventually could sell for quite a bit of money – but most importantly, I have fun and I love them and that helps take my mind of the daily grind and chore of my other campaigns.
So are you guys doing what you love? Let’s skip the whole discussion of “I do it for the love of money”. Have you found a bits and parts of internet marketing that fuel projects you love to do? If so, in what? What do you hate most about and can you get rid of that part? Leave your comments below!