I was talking with a friend of mine about what I do online and they pretty much said that I should get a real job. I was telling them about all of the different ways that a person could generate income and they listened and agreed with what I said but then they said you should get a job.
In the meantime my internet connection was lost and then I got it back, but before I lost it I started a new advertising campaign that brought me in $118.00 in revenue while I lost my internet connection for a few days.
Do you get discouraged when people don't believe in you?
Here's a very powerful marketing lesson if you recognize and use it.
When I was a kid, everyone on the block washed and waxed their own cars in the driveway at home - even in the winter. On any given weekend day (most everybody worked M-F 8-5) you could drive up and down the neighborhood streets and see hoses, buckets, sponges, a chamois, towels, brushes, portable radios ("transistors") and assorted vacuum cleaner gear littering driveways everywhere.
I have a squeeze page with nothing but a freebie and a signup form, I get a lot of signups but not everyone confirms their subscription.
Question is what should I do? Could I/Should I do something with the non-confirmed email addresses as in remind then that they didn't confirm? I am sure they know that though because they did not get the free gift they signed up for.
Alright guys, what's up? Hope everyone is doing well and starting to see some success with your efforts! However, a lot of you probably aren't seeing success with ANYTHING YOU TRY! Here's why...
When you decide to "try" something that you aren't 100% sure about, you don't give it 100% focus and dedication, which leads to lack of progress, and lack of progress leads to mediocre work. Mediocre work means you either don't even finish the plan at hand, or finish it with extremely poor quality because you simply wanted to "dabble" or "try" it.