I have a confession to make:
I’m an anime nerd!
I love them. They’re my secret obsession.
The most recent show I finished was called ‘One Punch Man’. It’s about this one dude who can literally kill anybody with just one punch (hence the title).
What makes the show so entertaining is the main character. He’s this goofy looking guy with a big shiny bald head. He wears this corny superhero outfit. No one takes him seriously at all. Yet, whenever someone challenges him to a fight they all get their a$$ beat.
Everyone in the show wants to know how he got so strong…
Was it the result of a government experiment gone bad? Did he accidentally take a radioactive chemical bath? Did he come from some far away alien planet?
The answer he gave was simple:
“Do 100 pushups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and run 6 miles every single day.”
Not exactly the complicated answer everyone was expecting it to be…
Here’s why I bring this up.
I see the same thing happening with Internet marketing.
People think you have to do some crazy trick or method or gimmick just to make money online. If the answer isn’t super flashy or advanced they think they’re not being told the whole truth. That they’re missing out on the real “secret sauce”.
I used to think the same thing, until certain gurus revealed the real truth.
This advice from 7-figure marketing legend Eric Louviere should help shed some light for you:
“You do not need to know or master 1,000 different things to make a ton of money online, all you need to do is get good at around 4 to 6 things. THAT’S IT! Do not be fooled by the gurus. Do not be fooled by all the razzle dazzle in this market. Focus on selling and building your own business, period.”
Not exactly complicated huh?
You need to get really good at the basics.
For example, something like traffic generation. You need to know how to get traffic, and how to get lots of it.
Without knowing how to drive traffic, you don’t have a business.
With that said…
Here’s a simple traffic method you can master right now to quickly bring in profits. (It has nothing to do with SEO, solo ads, or videos)