What is the Best Way to Make Money Online
The best way to make money online is to become a superhero, such as the likes of the Tech Billionaire Entrepreneur character, Tony Stark played by actor, Robert Downey Jr, in the Iron Man movie franchise.
Even though the Iron Man Superhero is a fictional character, there are in fact, real world people, just like the fictional Iron Man of the movie and comic book fame, who actually do incredible ‘superhero‘ type things.
By ‘superhero‘ type things I mean they are making the world a better place, reducing the nation’s dependence on oil, saving governments billions of dollars, lowering costs in many industries and coming up with innovative solutions to real-world problems. In short benefiting people all around the world by giving them what they want.
“Ok so maybe you can’t become that type of Superhero. But you could become a superhero to your readers and potential customers, by providing engaging content that they want to read. Inform them, entertain them and give them a reason to want to come back”.
A Modern Day Superhero
PayPal revolutionized, the online financial transaction industry, by granting ordinary people the ability to transfer funds electronically, lowering transaction costs and the time required to do so from days to minutes, benefitted people all around the world. From its initial start in 1998, and its sale to eBay in 2002, today it operates in 190 countries and generates around $7.9 billion in revenue.
Following the sale of PayPal, Elon Musk established Space X when he calculated that the raw material for building a rocket was only 3 percent of the price being ‘paid’ by the government. He realized he could build more affordable rockets and cut the launch price by a factor of ten.
As a result, his new upstart company won a US$1.6 Billion contract to transport cargo to the international space station after NASA retired the space shuttle program. Saving the U.S tax payer Billions of dollars.
With Tesla Motors, he built the first all-electric, high-performance sports car, the Tesla Roadster, that was sold in 31 countries. This innovation not only reduced the nation’s dependence on oil, but put performance, luxury, reliability and mileage/range side by side with traditional petrol powered vehicles. Something the government ‘protected’ auto industry had been failed to do.
The Vice Chairman of General Motors, Robert Lutz, was quoted in an August 2009 edition of The New Yorker, as saying (about Tesla Motors)…,
“How come some tiny little California startup, run by guys who know nothing about the car business, can do this and we can’t?
Musk also provided the concept and financial capital for SolarCity, now the second largest provider of solar power systems in the United States, leases solar panels to the customer, for zero down and long term rental agreements, substantially lowering the cost for people wanting cheaper electricity. Again, something the Government ‘protected‘ electrical power supply industry had previously been unable to do.
“Superheroes don’t only, NOT give up when they initially fail – BUT they continue to keep on going, even after they succeed and do even more than before!