Internet Marketing for Moms
Internet marketing for moms might be one of the best ways for you to make money and stay at home with your children.
For a while, it seems like there was a trend toward both husband and wife working full-time jobs. Working full-time is a great blessing because it is through work that we not only earn money, but learn a lot about ourselves and also challenge ourselves to grow. Adults were meant to do some kind of work.
When you have children, though, you tend to look at things differently. I know my wife and I certainly did.
In case you don’t have any children, let me clue you in on something. Parents make sacrifices for their children. I don’t want to get into the details here, but one way we make sacrifices is by staying out of the workforce so we can raise our kids.
Before I was an internet marketer, I was a public school teacher. For years I saw, first hand, the effects of children not being properly parented.
So, I was glad when the trend of both parents working seemed to turn around, toward one parent being able to stay at home with the kids. The difference this makes in a child’s life is…well, phenomenal!
It’s difficult, though, in this day and age to live off of one salary. My wife and I had our kids just before the Internet took off, but we managed to address the issue of making extra money by starting an eBay business, which we still run. Having that business allowed my wife to stay at home and raise our children.
Now with the internet marketing boom, things are even better! My wife and I would have had many more options today.
Today, there are almost an unlimited number of businesses a stay at home mother or father could create. You can sell products made by others-called affiliate marketing. You can provide services for others-if you were good at copywriting, for instance. You can also provide coaching and consulting programs for others.
If you’ve had a career, or a partial career, you can take what you know from that career, put it online, and continue to benefit from your experience. If you don’t want to continue your career, or even if you’ve never really had what we call a career, you can still learn to sell online. There’s a lot to know, but it’s not “rocket science.”