If you want to make money with your website, you have to follow a few steps. First, you need to set realistic income expectations and create a portfolio of websites within the same niche. Next, it’s time to get good at one thing first—there are no shortcuts here! Finally, be patient and remember that you will get rewarded for your efforts in the long run.
Set realistic income expectations
As a beginner, you don’t need to make a lot of money from your websites. You can still live on the income from your website, but it will take some work and creativity to do so.
In order to make enough money from your sites so that you can live comfortably, here are some tips:
- Create unique content for each niche market (e.g., dog training) and offer services related to it (e.g., teaching people how their pets should behave). You could also sell subscriptions or add-ons related directly or indirectly with the topic(s) of your site in order to generate revenue streams through affiliate marketing programs such as Amazon Associates or Clickbank Linkshare Pro
Create a portfolio of websites within the same niche
One of the best ways to show that you are an expert in your field is to create a portfolio of websites within the same niche. This will help potential clients get a sense of what you can do, which will make them more likely to hire you for projects.
The key here is to showcase your skills and creativity—you don’t need to have tons of different sites up at once; just one or two per year should be enough.
You can also use this opportunity as an opportunity for self-promotion by sharing links back here on our page where people can see all their favorites sites!
Create a personal brand
As you start to build your website, you’ll want to keep in mind that it’s not just about the content on your site. You also need a brand—your reputation, name, identity and personality—to be successful.
Your personal brand is what others think of when they hear or see you. Your personal brand can be anything from a specific product line at work (like “I love my Macbook Pro”) to a career path (like working in sales).
Get good at one thing first
One of the most important things you can do when building a website is to focus on one thing. Don’t try to do everything at once or even too many things at once because this will only lead you down the wrong path and make your website much less successful than it should be.
For example, let’s say that you want someone who has experience with WordPress sites but no coding skills whatsoever (or maybe they have some experience with HTML). It would be great if they could build a website using WordPress so that it looks good and works properly, but if they don’t know how HTML works or understand what makes up a webpage then this will probably not happen very well!
Be patient and remember that you will get rewarded for your efforts in the long run.
Be patient, it takes time to build a portfolio. It’s important not to get discouraged when you aren’t making as much money as you thought or want right away. You will get rewarded for your efforts in the long run if you focus on your niche and don’t try to be all things to all people.
Remember that there are plenty of other people out there doing what YOU do already so don’t worry about what other people are doing or how they might be making more money than you are at this point (at least not too much). Focus on YOUR goals instead!
It can be a lot of work, but it’s worth it in the long run. As we said before, you should set realistic expectations and be patient. If you stick to your plan and keep working hard, you will be rewarded with great results!