I am puzzled .Are you too? Every day you browse your cell .You find yourself surrounded by a lot many faces. Some are known. Some are unknown. But they all are your well-wishers. They want to help you .They wish to increase your business. They send audios and videos to convince you. But how can you be sure of success with all of them? Or are you going to buy all of them and take the risk of wasting your money ? Or are you going to select one of them and try your luck?
1.Start with less expensive tools
You are a newbie .You are in a fix to buy something very costly. You have to be budget-friendly. You wish to sell your blogs and you are not in a position to spend a heavy amount on all these tools and techniques. So first , you should search and find out the less expensive tool which can serve your purpose.
2.Compare the outputs shown in the video
Each and every video describes the increasing and decreasing ratio of the business. Just compare them and then select the best one.
3.Select the payment –mode cautiously
There are many methods of paying the money online. There are Credit cards. There are Master cards. There are Visa cards. Choose one of them which suits you best.
4.Listen to the stories carefully
All these videos have the stories which are usually about the buyers. These are their success stories . These stories mostly deal with the achievements of the buyers and the same old details of making money through these gadgets. Try to get connected with your colleagues and know about the veracity of these tools.
5.Select from the trial periods
Every day you get a number of mails. They ask you to buy their product. They challenge theirs is the best. They offer trial - period which is free of cost. Select the one which matches with the cost .A three-day trial would be less expensive. A week’s trial would be more than that .And a month’s trial , no doubt ,would be high-priced.
Now if you are keen to create a web-site of your own , you must go through all these rigorous stages. After all, you are also going to sell your blogs.
Sailing in the same boat, eh?