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Jarom Adair

Why the Internet is so hard on Small Businesses today

To succeed online, you first have to understand the source of your problems:

  • What makes internet marketing so difficult and frustrating?

  • Why is it taking so excruciatingly long for me to see results?

  • Why don’t my best efforts seem good enough?

  • Why do I feel like I’m spinning my wheels all the time?

It’s my mission to understand what makes internet marketing so difficult for solo business owners so I can find solutions.

And what I found was very interesting…

The internet doesn’t work for us anymore. Maybe you’ve noticed.

The internet was supposed to be this amazing place where struggling or new businesses can succeed. Where a little concentrated effort today pays big rewards by the end of the month. Where leads and money flow much more easily.

The internet used to be that way, but it’s not anymore. Now it’s frustrating and overwhelming.

Do you want to know why the internet isn’t working for you? And how to fix it?

You need to begin by understanding the 3 reasons for all the difficulty you’ve been experiencing–3 things we used to be able to count on to make it possible for a small business person to thrive online that we can’t count on anymore:

1) The internet was supposed to be a source of knowledge

The internet used to be a place where you could find the information you need to succeed.

But today there are too many competing opinions and way too much information out there for one person to absorb. If you even try to sort through the torrent of information, you literally start to feel like you’re drowning in information.

Have you felt that way lately?

And, after spending hours struggling through the onslaught of emails, articles, videos, and webinars, how can you tell which information is good for your business as opposed to the information that is useless or even harmful?

So your first problem is #1) “Pervasive and Overwhelming Information Overload”

2) The internet was supposed to work for beginners

The internet used to be the Wild West. There was opportunity for everybody. If you were new to internet marketing, that’s okay–everybody was new!

But now the basic strategies that used to bring easy traffic are dominated by the people who have been around for years, and beating them requires years of experience and expertise, which you don’t have.

How are you ever supposed to catch up to those people? And how can you possibly survive in the meantime with the easy traffic already being snatched away by someone else before you even have a chance?

Your second problem is #2) “You’re Never Going to Catch Up to Those Who Are Already Years Ahead of You”

3) The internet was supposed to be budget-friendly

The internet used to be a place where those of us with no money could work hard, and with nothing but our diligence and determination we could get plenty of leads for our business or even create a small empire for ourselves so we could make as much money as we wanted on auto pilot while we sit on a beach sipping cold drinks with those little umbrellas sticking out the top.


But today if you want to succeed quickly you have to have money. You either have to:

A) take time and money away from your business to become a marketing guru yourself
B) pay the big bucks to hire a marketing guru

So those are the two choices you have, and neither of them are very good for a small business. I went for option A, and spent over $14,000 on education before I had made a dime to show for it. That’s crazy.

How are you supposed to be able to spend that kind of money if you’re on a tight budget?

So the third problem is #3) “Break Your Bank Before You Even Have a Chance to Properly Compete”

And let me make one thing clear before we go further:

Having difficulty succeeding online has nothing to do with how intelligent you are, how dedicated you are, or how much you’re willing to sacrifice for your business…

I talk with 20-year and 30-year business veterans who are beating their head against a wall because despite their best efforts they haven’t been able to figure out internet marketing. I talk with these people all the time, and they confirm they’ve never encountered anything this difficult in 30 years of solving business problems.

So let me repeat, there is nothing wrong with you.

EVERY solopreneur and small business owner who ventures online today gets pounded. Every single one.

You can study and work 24/7 trying to figure out how to market online, and you will only get more and more overloaded and frustrated.

To put it bluntly, it is practically impossible for you to succeed online alone. That’s just how badly the deck is stacked against you.

So what can you do?

First of all, you can’t expect to beat the internet alone.

At the very least you need to get marketing information from somebody like me who is in your same situation (I work alone and can’t afford to waste my time any more than you can, so I only provide information here that works for Solopreneurs).

Second, I’ve figured out the 3 new requirements to survive (and thrive) online for solo business owners and entrepreneurs. These 3 resources directly combat and nullify the 3 problems I’ve detailed above.

So if you’ve had any problems with:

  • information overload
  • catching up to your competition
  • or not having money to properly compete online

…you’ll get the answers to each of those issues below.

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