Ultimate CPA guide - Everything a newbie found out about CPA - Part 2.
2014-10-04, 03:17 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-11-25, 08:27 PM by Edge.)
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Hello Elites, this is part two of my Ultimate CPA guide for beginners. Be sure to check it out!

Link for part one: http://www.cpaelites.com/Thread-Ultimate...CPA-Part-1

Link for part three: http://www.cpaelites.com/Thread-Ultimate...CPA-Part-3

Link for part four: http://www.cpaelites.com/Thread-Ultimate...CPA-Part-4



Part II: Making Money



A. Content

Content creation is what makes this system enjoyable. When you create
content about a subject you love or are passionate about, then writing
about it becomes effortless and fun. After all, making money must be fun, not treacherous.



Action Step #1:

Identify the subjects you are passionate about. Perhaps you have an affinity for love, relationships, socializing, and making friends. Or perhaps you love science, technology, computers, and software. Whatever it is, choose a subject that fulfills these two requirements


1) it’s a subject you love,
2) it’s an evergreen niche (a niche that will last for years and is very popular - e.g. technology, dating, gaming, health, etc.).


If you’re the only person in the world interested in the type of content you’re offering and nobody else is, then you won’t make money. Choose the subject that has the most popular interest. You can do this by using Google and searching your keywords. Check to see which keyword has the most articles, buzz, and search results about it. Choose that keyword. Do NOT worry about competition or saturation. In the beginning, you will have trouble deciding what keyword to choose. That’s fine. You need experience. After a while, you will have an intuitive grasp for what keywords will work and what keywords will not work.
For our example, lets use the keyword “poker tips.”


Action Step #2:

Open up a document program such as Word and begin writing. Just write. Don’t think too much about planning. Edit as you go along and
edit after you’re done. Write all you can about the subject that relates to a need. Imagine you’re talking to someone who has no knowledge of the subject - this is key to write with a mindset that ensures you can
communicate effectively with the reader. Also, when you’re passionate
about the subject, you’re eager to write about it in a way that helps others. When you’re not passionate about it, the reader can tell. Also, use action words in your article and title.

A bad title would be “Poker Tips - Tips to play poker!”
An excellent title would be “Poker Tips - How to Beat The Pros in
Las Vegas” because it tells the reader that they can gain skills matching
those of the poker pros.

For our example, imagine we’ve finished writing a 1000 word article on
Poker Tips that detail tactics and strategies such as bluffing, psychological persuasion, and chance.


Creating content is simple.

Surprised? Don’t be.
Many things in life are simple as long as you don’t make them complicated. The key is to keep everything, even complicated formulas such as scientific processes, simple. Traditional internet marketing advice dictates that complicated = better. This is not true. Complexity only drowns you in details while you lose sight of the big picture. The key is in managing complexity.

We’re not done yet - the next step is to make money off of our content, and we will do this through content locking. What is content locking? Let’s use an example. Suppose a reader tries to access my article on poker tips. When they visit my webpage, what will happen is a gateway, or a large box on the screen that blocks the reader from viewing the article, will show up on the webpage and tell the reader that in order to read the content, they must fill out a survey. For every reader that fills out a survey, we get paid $0.50-$2 each time.



Action Step #3:

Sign up to a content-locking affiliate network. Some of them are Adscendmedia, CPAlead and Leadbolt. Be completely honest in your application and tell them you’re a beginner, or if you’re not, an experienced affiliate. They will take you on board as long as you show you’re not using the account for fraud or scams. There is nothing
to worry about during the signup process; we’re not applying to the Ivy
Leagues here.


Recap:

- You have written an article that is preferably at least 500 words long. The
article relates to a need. (do people need to know poker tips, or how
awesome you are at poker to boost your ego? the former of course.)
- You’re signed up to a content-locking affiliate network.
END OF PART TWO.
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2014-10-04, 05:26 PM,
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Thank you for part 2 #Edge great share!

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2014-10-04, 05:30 PM,
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(2014-10-04, 05:26 PM)Qmaster2014 Wrote: Thank you for part 2 #Edge great share!

I'm happy you like it! Stay tuned :)
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2014-10-06, 04:07 AM,
#4
Nice job dude, im completely new to this and im tired of earning 20-30$ a month for graphic design.
I wanna try something new, so keep these up and I'll for sure be successful!
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2014-10-06, 04:38 AM,
#5
cheers for the guide bro
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2014-10-06, 03:26 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-10-06, 03:30 PM by Edge.)
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(2014-10-06, 04:07 AM)hubbeman Wrote: Nice job dude, im completely new to this and im tired of earning 20-30$ a month for graphic design.
I wanna try something new, so keep these up and I'll for sure be successful!

Hey, thanks mate! Part 3 will be posted today.

I worked with graphic design before and I used to earn a minimum of $300 per month... How did you find clients and what did you design?

(2014-10-06, 04:38 AM)soulstatyk Wrote: cheers for the guide bro

Thanks, be sure to check out part 3 today!

Happy earnings.
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2014-10-06, 04:24 PM,
#7
Thank you sir for this share.It's very good to know for me and a good motivation to make something else.
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2014-10-06, 07:02 PM,
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(2014-10-06, 04:24 PM)Abraham21 Wrote: Thank you sir for this share.It's very good to know for me and a good motivation to make something else.

I'm glad to hear that! Read a lot on this forum, keep working hard and you will make money for sure!
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2014-10-06, 07:31 PM,
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(2014-10-06, 03:26 PM)Edge Wrote:
(2014-10-06, 04:07 AM)hubbeman Wrote: Nice job dude, im completely new to this and im tired of earning 20-30$ a month for graphic design.
I wanna try something new, so keep these up and I'll for sure be successful!

Hey, thanks mate! Part 3 will be posted today.

I worked with graphic design before and I used to earn a minimum of $300 per month... How did you find clients and what did you design?


Mostly on forums like this, Fiverr (went bad).
I make headers and some logos. I just can't find clients!
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2014-10-06, 07:55 PM,
#10
Nice info , thanks 4 share
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