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I'm new at this internet marketing thing. Wow, are there ever tons of people on here. I'm trying to learn what I can. I purchased a program that has a marketing business attached to it. I must say I feel a little lost. My previous hbb used more traditional methods to build like cold and warm market, newspapers and flyers. And so this seems really complex, although I have wanted to learn about internet marketing for awhile now. There is definitely alot to learn. If anyone has any insight that I could use, I sure would appreciate the feedback.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pete223
    Hi Brenda, welcome to the forum...

    Yes, not only is this forum very popular
    but the info you'll be able to gather is
    very impressive!

    Have a look around, find threads that
    relate to the information you need/want
    and when you have specific questions...
    ask away... people are also very friendly
    and always willing to help!

    See you around!

    Regards, Pete

    p.s you might want to add your link to your
    signature... that's where you put those ;-)
  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    hey brenda,

    Welcoem to the WARRIOR forum. Glad to have you join us here.

    The only advice I am going to give you is to NEVER GIVE UP no matter what.

    Online marketing is not so easy when you start for the very first time. So learn as much as you can. Find a good mentor and never quit.

  • Profile picture of the author Denise Hall
    Hi Brenda,

    Welcome to the forum. If you read the posts here, both old and new, you'll find a treasure trove of marketing how-to's and other great information.

    Since you've done the 'offline marketing thing' and you're familiar with various types of advertising, you'll soon learn that in some ways online isn't much different than offline. It just takes a bit of adaption.

    Good luck to you!


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