If you’re thinking you’d like to join the ranks of people who work for themselves making a living online (maybe with a website about bleaching skin?), then you need a starting point you can launch from. Do you know Internet marketing for beginners? The process is not overly complicated, fortunately.
The first thing you need to figure out has nothing to do with the Internet itself, which might seem ironic or even counterintuitive. What you have to do to truly begin is figure out you’re going to make money from. You need to have some kind of product or service that fills a need people have, has too much value to pass up, or just makes their life easier.
Once you have that figured out, you have to figure out the keywords that your website will be centered around. Hopefully, you can turn one of them into a website name, as exact match domain names (or even partial matches) have inherent advantages with search engines in terms of how well they rank.
Hopefully, you’ve either chosen a niche without a lot of competition (don’t pick the how to get your ex back niche), or you have a corner in it that no one else is serving. Whatever you do, before you get too far, make sure there’s enough search traffic on your chosen keywords to actually get visitors to your page. The days of ‘build it and they will come’ are long since past the modern Internet.
Once you know there’s viable traffic and you have a domain name, you need to choose a host. Since you already know what level of search traffic exists for your demographic, you can anticipate what level of service you need. Balance overpaying versus keeping the site online and loading fast.
If you aren’t comfortable doing content creation on your own, reach out to freelancers for your articles, your images, and possibly even your website creation. Once it’s up, make sure it’s indexed by the primary search engines.
Then, switch gears to link building. Start up social media accounts and update them daily, posting things that hopefully get shared. Post comments on related blogs. Let the press know about your site, and submit unique copies of your content to article directories. Not all of these tactics are as successful as they once were, but when you’re just getting started, you’ll take any links you can get.
There’s quite a bit more about Internet marketing for beginners you need to know, most especially about monetizing your site, but the Internet has plenty of free information and tutorials about this. Good hunting!