How to grow your digital business on an hourly basis with Dandelion
The best way to grow a digital business is to spend time on it.
Digital marketers should focus on their most profitable activity: advertising.
The way to do that is to pay people to spend their time.
The question, then, is: how much money should you pay people?
That’s the question that Dandelions CEO and co-founder Alex Nisbett is hoping to answer in a new post for the Wall Street Journal.
The answer, he writes, depends on the size of your business.
For a small company, “the answer is typically somewhere in the neighborhood of $5 to $10 per hour, but for a big business that could be up to $50 per hour.”
If you’ve got a small business, he explains, “you could probably do that in a day.
You’re going to have to scale down.”
If, on the other hand, you’re starting out with a $2,000-per-month budget, you’ll probably be able to do it in two days or less.
And even if you’re not, Nisbs’ article suggests that you might be able find a way to charge more if you start paying people in cash.
The basic idea is to charge people cash when they do work on your website.
That way, when someone clicks on your ad, you can see whether it’s generating leads, which could help you improve your sales.
And once the ad has run its course, you don’t have to worry about paying someone else to do the work.
So it could be that, if your business is profitable, you’d like to pay your employees, and if it’s not, you might want to let them work on the side.
To do this, you would need to hire people who are familiar with the industry and with your business model.
If you’re looking for a team, the WSJ suggests the best way is to hire a “digital-ad-ad strategist.”
In the article, Nissbetts notes that there’s a few key points to keep in mind.
First, hiring people who understand the industry you’re in, and are well-versed in your business, won’t hurt you.
“It’s not that people are not smart,” he writes.
“People who are smart will be willing to learn, and they’ll help you if you need it.”
And second, “your job is not to pay them.
It’s to build the right team, and you can’t be the only one who helps your business grow.”
If your business doesn’t generate leads, you won’t be able make much money, Niskens notes, but “that’s okay, because you will be building a team that is working in the right direction.”
If the company you’re working with isn’t making enough money, you may want to consider buying a small, independent business that you can scale up, Nislbetts suggests.
“If your goal is to grow to $1 billion in revenue and $10 billion in profit, then it makes sense to go for that option,” he says.
If the team you’re building is already big enough to handle the workload, you should probably just pay people in full, he says, and not worry about the business you’ve started growing into.
That’s not the case, of course.
If your company is growing into a $1 million business, Niskser says, “don’t worry, because it will be a lot easier to sell if you don�t have to pay.”
Instead, you could try to figure out how to pay more.
You could ask for “cashback,” he suggests, or “pay for their growth” in your company.
Paying people to do work is a way of making sure that you’re making the most of your time.
And, if you can figure out a way for your team to work in your office, you are more likely to make it work.
But if you want to pay someone in full to do your work, you will need to figure that out on your own.
And for some businesses, this is going to be difficult.
So if you have a smaller business, you probably won’t have the resources to hire professional people to help you figure out what your business can do.
“The best thing you can do is hire people to build your team and work on that team,” Niskensen says.
“You can make a lot of money on your $10-an-hour, but you won�t be making a lot.”
You might be surprised at how much of a pain it can be to get people to work for free, but Niskers also acknowledges that you’ll want to make sure that those people don’t cause any friction.
If they do, you shouldn’t worry about it, he adds.
That said, he also cautions against the idea of paying people “to work for you,” or that you “shouldn�