“I just don’t know where to start.”
I’ve heard this far too many times the past few weeks in person, online, and during Skype chats with those that took the chance with Start Freelancing Now.
Getting started is always the toughest part because you just don’t know what to do first.
You get overwhelmed with ideas and you end up doing nothing. Sound familiar? Starting an online business or using the Internet to your advantage is easier than ever before. Starting anything is easier, but it just seems either very expensive or too time consuming.
I love to push you guys. In the past I showed you how $100 can change your life. Today I just want to share the only two tools that you need right now to get the ball rolling. This is exactly where you need to start if you’re short on time or money or both.
I don’t care if you’re a college student, graduate struggling to find work, or a 28 year old with a well-paying job. If you want to start something right now, you only need two tools.
There are only two tools that you need right now.
Do you finally want to get yourself out there on the Internet? Do you want to host a variety of sites in case you want to try out a few ideas? Bluehost is where I’ve hosted Studenomics and every other project ever since I signed up in late-2008. It just makes sense. For only a few bucks per month you can host an unlimited amount of sites. This is perfect for anyone on a tight budget.
Have you heard of this site yet? If you haven’t, well then I’m letting you in on the best kept secret. When I first wrote about the best online tools, I never heard of this resource yet. When you check out fiverr.com you’ll be surprised by what you can get on there for dirt cheap.
Here’s a quick example of how I saved $60 with Fiverr…
I always used to spend $65 on website logos for my various projects. Then I found a dude on this site willing to do it, for you guessed it, five bucks. This guy customized my logo and made it to my liking for only $5. He then sent me a bunch of different sizes so that the logo would fit into the blog.
Oh and I also got my eBook designed on that site. I’ve also used it for other random projects. You can literally get the most random things done for you.
If you’re low on time and money, you can use Fiverr to have mandatory tasks completed for you when it comes to launching any sort of a site. You can find anything, including:
- Sales copy.
- Video messages.
What will you find for $5?
What’s the ultimate goal with these two tools? To find a paying client (or clients). A hobby is fun and all, but you need to make money. I’ll leave it at that because I don’t want to overload you with a plethora of information.
If you’re ever feeling totally down, you can check out the best motivational quotes that I’ve compiled. For now I want you to look into these online business tools and use them to your advantage. No more excuses.