Multiple Streams Continued and Expanding Internationally

Have you ever just stared at your computer not really knowing what to do in regard to your internet marketing business?

How do you know where to start?

There seem to be so many opportunities that you can become paralyzed by analyzing every possible business model. I certainly have been in this position.

In my previous post I mentioned multiple streams of income, but that you should focus on one stream and then add other streams. Stay laser focused on one until it’s at a point that you can branch off and work on others. You never know when you may need the others to be your main source of income.

My wife and I began selling furniture on Craigslist back in 2008. At the time we had zero presence on Amazon or eBay. I’m thankful that we added the Amazon and eBay streams because the Craigslist stream has completely dried up. It was our main stream for over 3 years and now it’s not even a trickle.

Today I’m earning income from streams that at one time I didn’t even know existed. Some are very small, while others are a significant source of our overall income.

How did I do this?

I worked on one stream until it started producing to a point that I felt comfortable starting a new stream. You can do the same thing and I’ll provide some encouragement in the next post and give you some ideas.

Speaking of multiple streams…. if you’re an Amazon seller, are you set up to sell on

If not, I encourage you to be thinking about expanding internationally.

My good friend, Barrington McIntosh, is hosting another 6 week course beginning May 5 designed to get you started selling on Amazon UK and other international platforms. His first six week course was wildly successful. Check out the testimonials.

Barrington is selling thousands of dollars per month on AND Amazon.UK.  And the best thing is, he does it from his home on the little island of Jamaica.  You may already be familiar with Barrington and his story if you have the Proven Amazon Course because the interview with him is at the top of that sales page.

If you haven’t started on Amazon yet or are just barely getting started I don’t recommend signing up because it will be information overload. Get the Proven Amazon Course instead.

However, if you feel you’re ready to send some inventory across the pond, go here for more information and don’t delay signing up because the class will be limited to only 80 people and it will fill up very fast like the first one did.

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