Breaking Through The “High Monthly Price” Mental Barrier

When I first started venturing online, I made one huge mistake:

Too Afraid of Subscribing To a Monthly-Based Service

I always searched for a “one-time” payment product.. and I ALWAYS thought that I’ve saved a lot of money by doing so. Boy, was I wrong BIG TIME… When I added up all my expenses, I actually ended up spending more.

Let me give you an idea:

I’ve been running a video membership site for quite some time which requires me to have at least a virtual private server hosting (VPS) as videos do take up very large space and bandwidth. I also have other websites which I need to host using just one hosting account. To make long story short, I ended up getting myself a dedicated server for $156 per month. Now if it’s not because of this cost, I would not have been able to run my video sites successfully if my mind is still in the “avoid monthly price” way of thought. Is $156 per month a high cost for me?

Absolutely not!

Because with that kind of cost, I’m able to run a successful business online. Similarly, someone in the hosting business can vouch for what I’m saying here.

Let’s say the for every server which I rent for $400, I’m able to host 200 websites from my customers and rake in $2,000 in sales. That means for every $400 I spend per month, I’m earning a huge profit margin of $1,600. Theoretically, if I’m able to get more customers in the long run, I’m looking at a $16,000 monthly profits for every $4,000 per month in expenditure. Certainly at that point, $4000 per month is NO LONGER a huge expense! A businessman may need to spend $20,000 per month in expenses, only to earn a whopping $100,000 in sales every month! So again now you see that the $20,000 per month expense is no longer a huge expense, rather it becomes a NECESSITY in order to earn huge profits.

So let us get back to online business. Just look at the various autoresponder services online. Eg: Aweber used to charge only $19.95 per month for the first 10,000 subscribers. Most marketers who are doing it right are raking in hundreds and thousands of dollars from their mailing list just by subscribing to the $19.95 monthly service.

Once again, the monthly expense becomes a NECESSITY in order to earn huge profits. There are a few very good membership sites which offer “All-In-One” marketing tools such as hosting, autoresponder accounts, private label rights products, etc for $97 per month.

Once again, a marketer who does not understand this may look at it and say “That’s TOO EXPENSIVE! I can’t afford it!”… … but a smart marketer who is willing to take action and make use of all the marketing tools in that membership simply subscribes to such service and continue raking in thousands of dollars from using the services & tools which he’s paying for only $97 per month.

So don’t commit a mistake that will deprive you from your huge potential profits. If you’re an action taker & confident that the products & services will directly give a HUGE impact on your online business profits, then go for it!

Remember that once you’ve identified these products & services, they now become a NECESSITY for you to earn huge profits.

To Your Success,

Zai Adi

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9 thoughts on “Breaking Through The “High Monthly Price” Mental Barrier”

  1. i also like you before, afraid to subscribe monthly basis membership site. but now if i found a really good one, i will be sorry if i don’t take any action.

    thanks for the info today. 🙂

  2. It all depends on the deal. Any deal that I look at, I always look at the fine print before considering to wip out my credit card.

    1. Yes of course it depends on the deal Jerry. However, these tools that I mentioned are already established and PROVEN to work. It’s all about the ROI.

  3. As the old adage goes, “You have to spend money to make money”, and that statement right there would have helped me make money so much faster had I realized it much earlier in my internet marketing career. I once ran an entertainment niche website that was growing fast and instead of going dedicated I opted to save money and used a VPS instead. What happened was there were many down time during peak hours because the hosting company had oversold the server and my visitors one by one were leaving to a competing website that offered them the same content. By the time I realized what I was doing to my readership the damage had already been done. I could have made thousands a month with that website had I not been cheap with my investment, but instead I had a website with a ruined reputation and I learned my lesson the hard way to never be cheap with your investment.

    1. Hey Jeff,

      I was in the same boat as you. I got myself cheap VPS and dedicated servers in the past and it turned out to be a nightmare. Afterwards I just stick to popular companies like liquidweb & wiredtree.

      Anyway thanks a lot for sharing your experiences.

  4. I understand,,,, the price of $400 aint big when you are earnings $2000 .. but when you aren’t sure .. when you take it up as a part time stuff only .. $400 looks big ..

    I guess there lies the big problem with most of us..

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