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Found My Micro Niche for the 30 Day Challenge! »

Hi this is Jayne, WebBizDiva.

I’ve been deeply emersed in the 30 Day Challenge lessons. I started late because of a family vacation, but the cool thing is, no matter whether you start on Day 1 with everyone else, you can still go through the Challenge lessons and create your online business.

I’ve now caught up on all the videos to Day 9. You will be amazed at what is available here – and for free.

I’ve also gone back to do the work (yes, this does take work, sorry.)

Day 1 is all about understanding marketing, markets and niches. It gets you set up to find a micro-niche that will actually make you money. And that’s the goal of the Thirty Day Challenge, to create an online business that will have you earn your first $10 online – and ultimately change you life.

Some key ideas in Day One:

The Magnificent Symphony of four parts:

Sound familiar? It should if you participated in the Small Biz to Web Biz seminars and learned the Marketing Monsoon System for Small business owners to get more business from the web.

The main goal for day one is to make a list of market and niche ideas to be researched more thoroughly in the coming days.

Make it something you have interest and even passion about.

Hopefully, you are working with a team or partner that you can bounce ideas off of and get feed back.I have been keeping an ongoing list of niche ideas over the last couple of years. Have a notebook to record your ideas really helps.

I’ve finally settled on a few niche ideas to research for this year’s Challenge. Day One Complete! How about you?

Hope you will join me in the 30 Day Challenge and do it yourself. Go to to register.

Everybody Markets (Some of Us Better Than Others) »

Marketing is a life skill they don’t teach you in school. I now call myself an internet marketer since I realized that, in reality, every interest I have will likely end up being shared on the internet, sooner or later. The Web Life, as defined by Frank Feather, futurist and author, is becoming a reality (Get a Web Life!).

Why marketing? Marketing, defined as offering goods, services and information for sale, isn’t just on the internet and it isn’t just done by business people. We are all marketing all the time. Every time you attempt to communicate an idea or try to influence another person you are selling, selling an idea, selling your time (ie a job) or offering a personal creation. Marketing isn’t always about money (money is great, of course). Marketing is about persuading someone to take action- sometimes the desired action is buying what you are offering. Sometimes the desired action is a phone call or merely an acknowledgement. Artists know the fine edge of this sword very well. We make art (music, poetry…) because it is who we are. The presentation of our work to others for acceptance, accolades and for sale, is marketing.
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How to Leave Your Day Job »

I’ve always had an entrepreneurial streak in me. At age 11 I started looking at ways I could turn my interests and abilities into cash. I liked cats and dogs, so I became the neighborhood pet sitter. Now, some years later creating income from what I love to do is still enjoy. I have never been one to be satisfied with just a job.

Back then I didn’t have the advantage of a mentor to take my business to a higher level. I made a few buck to sock away for college, but nothing substantial. As soon as I could drive I got a job. I’ve been in the world of work every since.

I created this Web Biz Diva site to pass along everything I’m learning about creating massive, passive income. Financial freedom is the goal and doing business can be great fun. This site is dedicated to the hard working artists, poets, actors, musicians and everyone else who has a passion they are not following full-time because they have to work a job.

I love the internet and the possibilities for making money, for self-expression and for communication. The internet is a powerful tool and force in the world for good. With the internet, written words, still and moving images, sound can easily be shared. It has become the new gallery, the new screening room and the new broadcast medium. It’s also the new market place. The internet is leveling the playing field for artists and for would be entrepreneurs. Web Business and Artist go together. Singing is what I love to do, what I’ve given up over the years of having to go to work every day. Web Biz is my route to singing again. And it’s great fun. Web Biz Diva.