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How to Run Your Online Business On Less than $ 2 A Day

Updated on November 5, 2013

What can you get for less than $2 a day?

How about:- Domain name, hosting, autoresponder, and more...

Run your business on less than $ 2 a day!

How to Run Your Online Business On Less than $ 2 A Day

As online marketers we are always looking for new and improved ways of doing business, and of saving money when we can. But did you know that you can run a fully automated, and profitable online business on less than $ 2 a day?

Let me explain how to do this.

First of all, you are going to need a domain name. That will cost you about $ 12 a year, so that is $ 1 a month.

Next, you are going to need a hosting provider to host your account. You can choose either HostGator or GoDaddy, as both are exceptionally good companies. That will cost you about $ 10 a month.

Next you will need an autoresponder to your series of messages to your prospects. You can choose either TrafficWave, AWeber, or GetResponse which will cost you about $ 18 a month.

You will need some good PLR content to offer as a freebie to your prospects in exchange for their email address and that will set you back about $ 10 a month.

To summarize so far we have the following:-

Domain Name ..................... $ 1

Hosting.................................... 10

Autoresponder........................ 18

PLR content............................ 10

Total.................................... $ 39

$ 39 a month is just over $ 1.30 a day to run your fully automated and profitable website that will take you virtually no time to operate monthly.

If you want to add traffic costs to this total of about $ 15 per month, that would give you a total monthly cost of $ 54, or about $ 1.81 per day.

Think about that for a minute. Where can you get a 24/7/365 operation for less than $ 2 a day?

And if you monetize the site with either Google or Amazon ads, or both, you will most certainly get an income from both of those sites just by posting their banners on your website. Then the cost of running your business will drop to zero, or even lower in that your monthly revenue from these sites will more than offset the monthly costs of the tools listed above.

Now, if you need to buy some emails already written for your autoresponders, instead of trying to write them yourself, you get them from here or here and they will cost you a one-time fee of $ 17 which is negligible in the grand scheme of things.

To complete your online business set up you might also want to consider article marketing so that you can build up backlinks to your website through he articles that you will submit to article directories. A good set of articles in your chosen niche would cost you about $ 25 which again would be a one-time cost that you have to absorb.

There are lots of online resources to help you get an overview of what is involved.

And that is how you operate an online business for less than $ 2 a day!


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