I’m an introvert…and proud of it.

I’ve created an excellent internet lifestyle as a mad scientist talking to myself in a spare bedroom.

And you could do the same.

Of course, you don’t have to be an introvert to succeed online.

You can get out there and make connections. Smooze with people on social media. Run Facebook Lives. Attend online networking. Go to events.

The beauty of the internet is you can create a business that fits you personally.

I have clients who don’t participate on Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media site.

Zilch. Nada. None.

They have freelancers who manage their Google/Bing ad accounts and search engine optimization.

They have a webmaster and other team members to handle their websites and courses.

They send emails and sell products. And take a lot of vacations while doing it.

You won’t catch me on social media very often either.

Sure, I have accounts, but they’re not very active.

It’s not my thing.

I’d rather write, create courses, and help my private clients.

And I have the freedom to do that!

At the same time, I have clients who attract a lot of traffic through social media.

That doesn’t mean they need to spend a lot of hours there.

Instead, they focus on delivering contrarian content.

They put together carousels for Instagram.

They share long posts or videos on Facebook.

They schedule a bunch of tweets for their content and others (being generous).

Youtube is a favorite of my clients, because it is primarily a content delivery vehicle…which has comments as a social media element.

Script a video. Shoot it. Edit it. All of that can take place in the background. The video is only released when it’s ready for the world.

Find your audience.

Create your unique message.

Communicate consistently through whatever channels you choose.

Email is still king…but you can choose the other channels that fit you to bring customers into your world.

You’re in control.

Find a hungry buying audience.

Tap into your creative genius (you may be surprised at what you’re truly capable of).

Create contrarian content.

And make irresistible offers.

That’s a simple business model…and a guide to world domination (whether you’re an introvert or not).

One of the bonuses with the Golden Glove Persuasion Map™ is my special report, “Client X-Ray: How to Tap Into Your Ideal Clients’ EXACT Buying Language and Deep Emotional Triggers.”

It shows you how to research your market until you develop empathy and understand their inner-most thoughts and feelings. You’re able to connect with them on a deeper, more intrinsic level.

That makes it easy to create content and website copy that speaks to them in their language.

Combine that with my complete system for creating clear, authentic messages with impact…and you have the dynamic duo for profiting from an online business you love.

Find out full details about the Golden Glove Persuasion Map™ here…

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Terry Dean
Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Ocala, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how his step-by-step courses can help you today.