internet marketer on computer

internet marketer on computer

There are a lot of high status jobs and career trajectories that can earn you a lot of money. There are also some high paying careers, like being an actor or pop-star that will get you the admiration and envy of both friends and strangers. These are the type of carers that I consider VIP level. Just having gig doing these sorts of things will make others see you as a total badass, baller, winner etc…

But one job you may not have ever considered, or even thought about is being an Internet marketer. I know, at first you may be skeptical as to whether marketing products on the Internet is really all that cool. Well, personally I think that there are a lot of cool things about this little known career path, and in this short post I’m going to tell you all about them!

1 – Celebrity Status.

Being an Internet marketer means that you sell stuff via the Internet. Obviously that in itself doesn’t really make you famous. However, one of the best ways to make money as an Internet marketer is to create your own products and services, and then to build an audience of followers/subscribers/customers, who are eager to learn from you, to buy from you, and to admire you like you are some kind of guru. While you may not become a household name through your online marketing efforts, the fact is that if become an online publisher and are the face of your company, then you are going to have thousands and even possibly even millions of people who know who you are, and who see you as some kind of Internet celebrity. If this is a business model that interests you then you can may want to take a look at the detailed instructions on how to set up and run an online publishing business provided in this Publish Academy review.

2 – Money.

I’m not saying that everybody who gets into Internet marketing gets rich. Heck, a lot of people probably lose money, so please don’t take this as financial or career advice. That said, if you do go into IM, and you are a somebody who has the right skills, drive and ambition, and you follow a good plan, and you work at it everyday, then you can definitely make a lot of money. How much money? Well, Anik Singal (he’s the guy who created that Publish Academy program) has a 8-figure business. He is probably among the top earners, but there are a lot of millionaires, and tons and tons of people making six figures and multiple six figure incomes.

3 – Freedom.

This is where I feel that Internet marketing really has the edge over pretty much any other career out there. Think about it – as an Internet marketer you work for yourself. That means that you answer to no one. Sure you need to play by the rules, obey the law, and adhere to the terms dictated by the other companies and service providers that you work with. But other than that, you have total freedom. If you don’t want to work for a day, or a week, or a month, that is entirely up to you. You can take as much time off a you like so long as you have employees and contractors¬† in place to monitor the infrastructure you have built.

Celebrity, money and freedom – sounds pretty VIP to me. And consequentially, the celebrity part is completely optional. There are many ways to run a success Internet marketing business that don’t require you to put your face in the public eye.

No doubt there is a lot to learn if you want to be successful in this field, but if you are ambitious, intelligent and hardworking then it can be a great way to earn a buck or two.

welcome to vegas signThere is no debate that Las Vegas is a great city to visit, but the truth is that a “Vegas holiday” means very different things to different people. For the casual visitor, a fun trip to Vegas might mean nothing more than seeing a couple a shows, playing the slots for hours on end, and eating some enormous feasts at the all you can eat buffets.

For the more adventuresome types, visiting Vegas might mean staying out all night clubbing, eating meals at the finest celebrity chef restaurants, and perhaps having an intimate tryst with an attractive partner who they pick up along the way – because everybody knows: “what happens in Vegas STAYS in Vegas.”

But, the fact that you are reading this article indicates that you are not just one of these mediocre masses. Indeed, you aspire to experience VIP level treatment everywhere you go, and of course, Vegas no exception.

The tricky thing with Vegas is that it’s full of people who think highly of themselves and think that flashing a little cash will get them the same VIP treatment that they can easily buy in other regions of the United States. However, this is simply not the case.

It’s not about the money, it’s about the connections

The most important concept to remember when it comes to being treated like a king or queen in Vegas is that it’s all about your connections, and getting people to pull strings for you. With the right connections you can have receive VIP treatment for pennies on the dollar, while others are blowing tens of thousands only to be treated as peasants.

This being said, the first thing you should do before vising Vegas is to reach out to those in your social circle who can help you have an awesome trip. Of course if you are a complete loner, then this is not going to be easy, but assuming you have some pretty cool friends, it is likely that you will be able to find somebody to talk to who has some Vegas connections.

Once you have identified your Vegas connection, give them a call and let them know when you are planning to visit and what sorts of activities you are looking to do during your stay. If possible take your friend out for drinks or a nice steak dinner to repay them for their assistance.

Look The Part

Even though you have a friend getting you the hook up at hotels and clubs, it is still important to look the part when you arrive at these venues. Nobody wants to let sloppy looking people into their establishments, so be sure that you come well groomed and well dressed.

Of course we are living in a day and age where the term “well dressed” can mean many things. You don’t necessarily need to wear a suit, or tie or even a sports coat depending on where you are going, but you do want to make sure that you are wearing well fitting, fashionable attire.

Make Friends With The Management ASAP

Assuming that you are staying for a few days and/or are planning to return to Vegas at some later date, it is wise to get on good terms with the managers of the venues you are visiting. This way you won’t need to call in favors from your friend next time you visit since you will already know the important people that you need to connect with prior to your visit.

Of course it is always best to make friends with those in upper management positions rather than the lower level assistant managers, but this doesn’t mean that you should neglect those in less prestigious position such as door men. Because jobs in high end Vegas establishments can be quite lucrative (as service industry positions go) many of these folks will stay in their jobs for many years and be promoted internally. This is how a $100 tip and a friendly chat with the door guy on your first visit can lead to drinks comped all night on your second visit!

Just remember, when it comes to tipping it is important to create a memorable connection with the person you are tipping, rather than just throwing money at them. Big tips can be quickly forgotten, but fun times and real human connections can last forever in people’s memories.

VIP Status – it sounds impressive, but what does it really mean? In this inaugural post I want to take a look at the origin of this concept, and investigate just why

VIP Status is so alluring to so many people around the world.

The term VIP is an acronym that stands for Very Important Person. A person who who is, according to Wikipedia “accorded special privileges due to his or her status or importance”. I’ve been looking for an exact date where this term was first introduced but so I far I haven’t been able to find one. Most of the research I’ve done indicates that it came along in the first half of the Twentieth Century, sometime between 1909 and 1945.

At its root, the idea of a VIP is exclusionary. After all, for one to be a very important person that would mean that other people are not so important, perhaps indicating a hierarchy of importance where VIP are close to the top, and the vast majority is below them. This being the case it only makes sense that people would aspire to VIP Status. After all, not too many people want to be thought of as insignificant, not important, faceless, worthless sheep. It would seem therefore that being a VIP is in many ways about how we are perceived by others and the value that we are seen as having in relation to others.

Then, there is also this matter of the special privileges that are afforded to those with VIP status. Because VIPs are seen as very important, they are treated like royalty everywhere that they go. The are given the best table at restaurants, and are as a rule given the best service. Unlike the masses who need reservations, and are often forced to wait in long lines, VIPs can walk right in to a venue and receive service with a smile. On top of that VIPs often get goods and services given to them free of charge, simply because of their perceived status. This is particularly amusing considering that VIPs often have a great deal more discretionary income than other “less important” people!

It should also be noted that there are many venues that have so called “VIP” sections where any customer willing to pay can receive “VIP privileges” simply by paying a set fee. This is very common in nightclubs which have special tables set aside for “VIP” guests. However, true VIP status cannot be bought so easily. In other words just because you paid to sit in a special section doesn’t actually make you important or guarantee that others will perceive you as such.

In the end I think that it is only natural for people to aspire to be seen and treated as VIPs. Getting the best service, the best tables, the best treatment and so forth is always nice, and there is obviously a nice massage for the ego when other people treat you as special. That being said, it is also important to remember that just because other people treat you like you are special doesn’t mean that you actually are special. Whether you are special or not is really something that only you alone can determine.