Sunday, December 27, 2009

Brief Introduction of Internet Business Types for Beginner

If you often hear about Internet Business, and about the possibility of income that you can get but confuse about the different types of Internet Business. You come to the right blog to discuss it.
Before discussing the types of Internet Business. There are two principles which you should know Internet Business types. There are two different types to selling products or services.

First, direct selling. It means you have services or products which you want to sell directly to your costumers. So, what you should do is build online shop or website that contain the information about your products or services.
And be sides that, you can recruiting people both your costumers or non-costumers, to promote your products or services. It’s called Affiliate Program. Where your ’ agents ’ are your affiliate members. Whenever people promote your products or services to somebody else, and transactions happen (the somebody else purchases your products or services), you give the related affiliate member a commission.
Second, indirect selling. It means you are using the party services to promote your products or services. These third party act as your mediator to their members. The range of their services diverse, from ask their members to promote your products or services (e.g. Clickbank or Amazon), or ask their members to put ads to their blogs/websites (e.g. Google AdSense, Abrite, Chitika etc).
On other side, you could be don’t have any product or service to sell. So, you are joining the third party above and become their member. After that, you copy-paste the ads code or referral link into your blogs/websites or your social network account. So, there are many ways the mediators or third parties like Google AdSense, AdBrite, Chitika etc will pay you :
1. PPC (Pay Per Click)
PPC or CPC (Cost Per Click) is the popular type of Internet Business. It means you will be paid for every click that you readers did. What you’re doing just simply copy paste the ad code that the third party gives to you, to your blogs or websites. When your visitors click one of these ads, you’ll be paid. The minimum cost for every click diverse and influenced by some factors.
2. PPA (Pay Per Action)
PPA or CPA (Cost Per Action) means that you will be paid when someone click your ads and purchase the products or services from related ads. For example, you are promoting book from third party program or someone on your blogs/website, when your reader click the ad / link that you have been promote then purchase the book, you’ll be paid. But if the reader not do any action, just visiting or click, you won’t paid by the third party.
3. PPL (Pay Per Lead)
It’s mean that you will be paid if you are promoting or referring products or services from third party, then your readers or visitors visit the third party. You readers/visitors don’t need to purchase yet if you want to be paid, what they do just visit the third party. But, when they purchase the products or services, usually you get a commission too.
4. Pay For Review
It’s mean that you will be paid if there are orders to review other products or services. The people who willing to use your articles review usually give you a given time period to write the article. When you have done write it and they satisfy with your job, you’ll be paid. Not every blogs or website can join Pay For Review program, the qualified blogs/websites usually have a high PageRank and number of visitors.
5. PPM (Pay Per Miles)
PPM or CPM (Cost Per Mile) differs from CPC /PPC program. Your visitors don’t have to click the ads. Because you will be paid for every 1000 ads impression. Ad impression means how many times the ad showed on your blogs/websites. Usually you’ll be paid for every 1000 time your ad showed in front your readers. The measurement of ad impression usually count one unique I.P address as one ad impression. In another word, you’ll need 1.000 unique visitors for 1.000 ads impression.
6. Upload-Share and Paid
Some free file hosting services usually have this program. When you join with them, upload some files then share those files to another (friends, clients etc). What you share usually links to gain access or download your files. So, when these people click the link/s and then download the file/s, you will be paid.
Of course, the free file hosting counts everyone unique I.P address that accesses and download your file/s as one download activities. So, there is no use if someone with one unique I.P address download many of your files from your side. Because he only count as one visitor who download one file.
The free file hosting usually pays your $ 1 for 1.000 downloads from 1.000 unique I.P address. Some of them set the minimum payment into $ 10 (10.000 downloads activities from 10.000 visitors). And the others set minimum payment into $ 20- 25.
7. Pay Per Install (PPI)
What you do are promote software/s with their download link/s which provided by the third party. When people (your visitors) download the software/s, and then install the software/s, you’ll be paid. Just remember that you will be paid only when the related person install the software/program.


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