Building a Strong Online Presence Can Be Lonely at the Start According to a Recent SuperFastBusiness.com Case Study

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This week on SuperFastBusiness.com, Internet marketers and web entrepreneurs get access to a current case study on generating quality feedback from online content, why building blog networks is risky, and what it takes to run a successful business through the Internet.

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James Schramko - Online Business Expert

Now when you start a new case study blog like this, quite often there’s really no feedback or comments for months. You need long term vision... We’re already very close to 10,000 unique visitors a month to this particular brand new site.

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SuperFastBusiness.com founder James Schramko has been creating quality web content with videos, podcasts, and newsletters carefully for many years. How’s it working out for him? “Now when you start a new case study blog like this, quite often there’s really no feedback or comments for months. You need long term vision and I really think that a year from now there’ll be some great content, lots and lots of people visiting. We’re already very close to 10,000 unique visitors a month to this particular brand new site,” the Internet marketing expert recently disclosed on his latest web video update.

Schramko regularly updates web videos on SuperFastBusiness.com with fresh, innovative, and compelling information about marketing a business on the Internet and he encourages others to do the same. From using current web tools to get faster results to building business with advanced apps, Schramko’s informative video content entices unique visits, which encourage further visits to his other websites like FastWebFormula.com, where beginner and seasoned online marketers get premium Internet business training that gets results.

On the latest web video update, Schramko addresses an inquiry from FastWebFormula.com about building a blog network. According to Schramko, blog networks might not be the best idea for most businesses to get into, saying definitively, “It’s very expensive, it’s very risky.”

The Internet marketing expert argues, “If you’re building with original content, good looking custom design sites with original pictures, you can expect to be spending tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands to build a decent blog network and the payoff might be there but it’s also rather risky and you will lose segments of it or you may be unlucky and lose the whole thing and it has happened with several blog networks. So the answer is for most people, no, don’t bother.”

Blog networks are merely a coordinated cluster of blogs or web properties that are able to be controlled by an entity. Each blog is designed for a variety of purposes but collectively they are meant to assist publishers have access to multiple publishing points.

In Schramko’s opinion, it would be better to create one high quality custom designed website with fresh and original content to encourage traffic from multiple channels other than just search engines. The Internet marketing coach explains, “If you put your entire business at the mercy of the largest search engine, you could expect to lose everything… Just concentrate on building a very good site with amazing on-page content and build your audience and put yourself out there like I do at SuperFastBusiness.com.”

Some of the platforms Schramko recommends include Apple iTunes and YouTube. He also strongly advises organizing an email list. Schramko uses the same sort of approach to building his own business, which has grown by leaps and bounds over the years.

Aside from getting the lowdown on business information that propels results, Schramko’s latest video also contains ideas on how would-be web business moguls can transition from building their company part-time to full-time. He relates his own technique and emphasizes the need for settling into a determined mindset that will push enough profits to warrant quitting a 9 to 5 job to focus on a startup company.

He remarks, “Well, firstly, I wouldn’t just step out of your job unless you’re a single person living at home with no expenses in which case go for it. No problem. If you’ve got a family or a mortgage then I think it’s more sensible to build your business up until the point where you’ve at least covered your salary from your part-time business, which is what I did and I worked from 9:30 at night to 2:30 in the morning. And I did it for years and that’s just what it took but I really wanted to and I was driven and I pursued it with dedication and focus. Be that serious about it and remember it’s all a mental game… You’ve got to get in the business mind-set to make your business profitable enough to quit your job. So that’s my advice.”

Businesses on the Internet have massive opportunities for promoting brands and services, engaging customers, and creating profits — and James Schramko knows exactly how to accomplish these very goals. Find out more on SuperFastBusiness.com.

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