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6 Good Reasons Why You Should Be An Infopreneur

Aug 17, 2007
Here are 6 good reasons why you should consider creating and selling information products online. They are juicy benefits every infopreneur enjoys - and you can too.

1. Can be set to run hands-off.

Don't you wish you could be lying on a beach, sipping pina coladas, while your business chugs along raking in millions?

Well, maybe you won't be carrying the green stuff to your bank in sacks. But fully automated income streams running completely on auto-pilot with zero effort on your part are a 'dream come true' for many infopreneurs - including me.

Don't get me wrong. I don't mean all you have to do is wish for it, and checks magically starts appearing in your mailbox.

No. You'll need to put in some effort first. Hard work, maybe. But once it's done, you'll enjoy the fruits of your labor for a long time - even many years.

2. Scalable - you can take it as high as you want.

Looking to make a few hundred dollars more every month? You can do it.

Want to replace your day job, and make a full-time income from your infopreneuring? That's possible too. A bit harder, but not very.

Do you plan on building your own information empire online, creating a huge fortune based on your infopreneuring? It is well within your reach. Just know you'll have to do things better, in a more structured, organized, systematic way to achieve this goal.

Your ambition as an infopreneur is only limited by your imagination!

3. No time limitations. Grow your business as fast or slow as you like.

Tired of punching a clock, turning up at the office 'on time', running on a treadmill that's ever moving faster - yet going nowhere!

Infopreneuring can be your salvation. You work a schedule determined by yourself, depending upon the targets and aims you define for your enterprise. Big or small, short term or long, there's a method you'll find optimal and suitable for your work as an infopreneur.

4. No geographic restrictions.

All you need is a computer with an Internet connection. It does not matter where in the world you live. Or where you travel. Or how often you do.

As long as you have access to a computer and a way to get hooked to the Internet, you can conduct your infopreneur operations unfettered. Indeed, within a short time, you'll learn to set things up so that you won't even need to check on things too often - maybe once a week, or month, or even once every year!

5. No barriers to entry.

Nothing keeps you out. Conventional barriers like language, social status, or physical handicaps do not matter when it comes to becoming an Internet infopreneur.

The World Wide Web is a great leveller. A one-man show can compete on its merits with a Fortune 500 corporation (within limits). You do NOT need expensive tools or equipment. You do NOT need a big marketing and advertising budget. You do NOT need an office, staff or employees.

You can launch your information business with a story - one based on your own experience, education or expertise.

6. Potential for long-term passive income.

To me, the biggest advantage - and one that is often overlooked - is the potential to work once and get paid over and over again. Many people who read about the potential in becoming an infopreneur give up too early, thinking it sounds like too much hard work.

You write a report or book once - and yes, it can be hard work. But guess what? You get paid for that work a year later... 4 years later... even 10 years later, or more! That's FUN.

So there you are... 6 great reasons to think about a career as an information product creator and marketer. When are you going to get started?
About the Author
Internet infopreneur Gowri Cumba has built many profitable online information resources, and shares powerful tips to help you also build wealth from information resources on the "Internet Infopreneur Tips" blog at http://www.InfoProfitz.com Read more infopreneur articles or get the free ezine (infopre-tips@aweber.com)
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