does this imply that you are making face-to-camera videos and talking about what you're selling?
I do not, but lots do. I've outsourced this content before on an as-needed basis, but i've not done many IM ventures that utilize these areas (yet). may do so soon though as I have new ideas I'm interested in trying.
your own products or an other parties?
others, but am considering creation of my own this year (both virtual and physical products)
what is your turnover and how many hours involved
not going too far into details, but basically this formula applies:
(money invested) + (time/labor invested) + (allowed mature time) = profits earned
The starting $, amount of initial labor on my part, and how long I want to let my efforts mature directly effect the amount of profit obtained.
I have 100 things going, 1 may pay off next year, one next month, one tomorrow.
This is typical for internet marketers that get above newbie status - its hard to provide a "turnover time" because its not a normal job, you dont work 8 hours monday and get paid for it friday, you set it up and watch as the results occur over time, and repeat the process a thousand times (both the same thing and completely unrelated ventures) and create a multi-stream income thats constantly feeding you
Theres things I did last year that are still growing and havent popped yet, and theres things I did last night that put 20 bucks in my pocket today.
how many months did it take to get to this stage?
I started internet marketing when I was ~18. I'm 30 now, I quit my "real job" as an IT technician around 5 years ago. I still do not consider myself an expert and there are people doing far better than me.
This is not to suggest the same is for anyone else. It all depends on your natural ability as an individual, your devotion and dedication to the goal(s), what online marketing avenues you go down (there's literally thousands of ways to make money online), and how lucky you are.