background preloader

INTERNET MARKETING SUCCESS STORIES

Facebook Twitter

News, Artricles of success stories via various methods of online marketing

Success Stories of the Fastest Internet Millionaires. Alex Tew Website: MillionDollarHomepage Age at the time: 21 years Time taken: 5 months The innovative idea of creating The Million Dollar Homepage crossed Alex Tew’s mind while he was still a student at the University of Nottingham; and needed money to fund his further education.

Success Stories of the Fastest Internet Millionaires

Originally from Wiltshire, England, Alex was looking for something that could get him quick money and prevent him from applying for an educational loan. How to Build a Profitable Niche Authority Site — How An Ex-Con Turned His Life Around And Built an $80k per Month Ecommerce Business. This is a guest post by Robert Nava, owner of National Parks Depot.

How An Ex-Con Turned His Life Around And Built an $80k per Month Ecommerce Business

Being the founder of a successful ecommerce website isn’t something I would have predicted for myself. One year ago, the idea wasn’t even in my peripherals. It wasn’t something that took me a lot of planning and preparation coupled with years of experience to carry out. Creating National Parks Depot and getting it to a recognized level of success basically took one month. During that month, I came up with a product to sell, created a store, and promoted the product to about one million targeted prospects. Building National Parks Depot using Shopify is one of the easiest things I’ve ever done. Early Life and Incarceration The early part of my life was spent incarcerated.

In September of 2007, I was released from California State Prison and have never looked back. There is something about ex-felons that make us good candidates for being entrepreneurs. While that sounds all good, it wasn’t all easy. So that is what I did. How Luxyhair.com Built a Seven-Figure Ecommerce Business With YouTube Marketing. When Alex Ikonn and his wife Mimi realized how hard it was to find good hair extensions, they knew they had stumbled on a business opportunity.

How Luxyhair.com Built a Seven-Figure Ecommerce Business With YouTube Marketing

They took their problem and solved it by creating Luxy Hair - an extremely successful online store selling hair extensions for women. And the coolest part? Their business is powered almost exclusively by tutorial-style YouTube videos. Their YouTube channel was created in 2010 and since then has amassed 1,474,246 subscribers and 173,657,125 total video views.

In other words, Luxy Hair is the perfect example of an audience enabled business that relies on a loyal community of fans instead of other channels like SEO and paid advertising. YouTube gaming star PewDiePie 'earned $7m in 2014' - BBC News. Image copyright youtube/pewdiepie YouTube's most popular star earned $7m (£4.5m) in 2014, according to Swedish newspaper Expressen.

YouTube gaming star PewDiePie 'earned $7m in 2014' - BBC News

Felix Kjellberg, 25, known to fans as PewDiePie, records himself playing video games and uploads his reactions online. He has 37 million followers on the video-sharing website - more than One Direction and Taylor Swift. "He appeals to an attractive demographic of teens and young adults," said Ian Maude, from Enders Analysis. "It's strange to imagine that somebody can earn so much from YouTube, but the equivalent of half the UK is [following] his videos," he said.

On Tuesday, Mr Kjellberg posted a video titled Let's Talk About Money which has clocked up 1.6 million views in under 24 hours. Michelle Phan: From YouTube Star to $84 Million Startup Founder. Do not underestimate the YouTube makeup-tutorial starlet.

Michelle Phan: From YouTube Star to $84 Million Startup Founder

Do not dismiss her “Barbie Transformation Tutorial;” her “Sailor Moon Transformation,” which includes anime contact lenses; nor her alarming “Zombie Barbie.” Because Michelle Phan — with more than a billion views on YouTube and seven million followers; her own L’Oreal line and lifestyle media network; booming e-commerce beauty startup called Ipsy; and a new book — is teaching more people how to decorate their faces than perhaps anyone else in the world. The ferocious 27-year-old mogul had a modest start with her family — living on food stamps at one point — and now has a company with an $84 million annual sales run-rate.

She has 700,000 subscribers who receive her Glam Bags — little sacks of makeup samples — for $10 a month. The makeup business is famous for its high margins. How To Start A 6 Figure Lead Generation Business Today. Welcome to the first day of your new life as an entrepreneur.

How To Start A 6 Figure Lead Generation Business Today

The purpose of this post is to give you a quick and actionable guide to making your first money as a true entrepreneur not just as somebody trying the newest “shiny object” method or technique. What this post is going to do for you is to give you the groundwork and foundation to building a real and solid business utilizing something that you probably spend a lot of time on anyways – the warrior forum. I am certainly not advocating launching warrior special offers (waste of time), I am talking about a huge opportunity that is going completely unnoticed and underutilized. It was one of the first ways that I made money “online” and if you track back through some of my previous warrior forum posts you will find me trying to hustle up some business doing this particular program. So, let’s get started! 7 Simple Millionaire Fundamentals  How Facebook's video-traffic explosion is shaking up advertising. Cenk Uygur can pinpoint the day he realized that Facebook FB video was going to rewrite his business model.

How Facebook's video-traffic explosion is shaking up advertising

It was April 6, the day his digital-video startup, TYT Network, uploaded a clip to the social network called “Teachers Sent to Jail FOR DECADES.” The video didn’t strike Uygur as anything special—just a typical example of his network’s progressive news commentary. But by lunchtime, it had racked up 7 million Facebook “impressions,” or people who saw it in their Facebook News Feed. By the time he finished eating, it had added another million. He looked again when he arrived at his Los Angeles office: 9 million, total. Looking over the stats, Uygur, who is TYT’s CEO, thought about all the videos his startup shared on the social network. In recent months that kind of “oh, my God” moment has occurred for video creators around the world. These may sound like minor technical distinctions, but tiny changes make a huge difference when you’ve got 1.4 billion monthly active users. Former student stitches up the real million-dollar deal.

Facebook Ads — Teespring University. A few tips in getting started: Check out our in-depth tutorial on how to design your ad in Photoshop for free online.Remember to pick the image most suited to your Teespring campaign for your audience - if you’re advertising a product to people in Florida during a heatwave, you probably don’t want to show them a hoodie.

Facebook Ads — Teespring University

You want your image to stand out. To make your product pop, use a background ad color that is already in the design of your shirt. The opposite of your shirt color looks good, too.Add free badges to give your ad some flare! Check out Adfactory.co as well!