How to take advantage of information I have?

by wbd
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Hi all

I have been into internet marketing from 2010 and have hardly earned money.

Just before I continue, the fact that I haven't earned not even more than $400.00 since that year doesn't make an ignorant.

I have gathered a ton of knowledge in marketing which I have found difficult to use for reasons I am not going to explain right now.

I say hat because I know people "fish" on this forum, providing "answers" just to hook up somebody else and have them pull out their wallet. I am not saying this is bad, but I know to differentiate between someone that earnestly is trying to help, VS someone that answers trying to sell.

I would appreciate that if you don't have real clean intentions to help me (and not to sell me), then please refrain from replying. That way others that have failed big time like me can be benefited as well.

Accepting the fault of my failure is something I HAVE ALWAYS DONE. I am the only one responsible for not putting into practice all I have learned.

The feeling of frustration and failure is huge, but I am living with it.

The next obvious question anybody would ask is: then why don't I take the necessary time and implement all I have learned?

My main problem is not lack of understanding either. Is just lack of implementation due to certain reasons I won't explain.

I literally have sufficient information to turn me into a wealthy person financially.

Now, for time sake (time has been one of my greatest giants) and due to "financial reasons", I am looking for a way to legally generate income from he information I already have.

Legally because I know I shouldn't copy paste and create a new product based on the exact format word by word from the information I have. It is just not ethical, and I have no intentions of doing that.

Going back to the term "financial reasons", right now it is going to be faster for me to try to get money from the information I have than sitting down and going through the whole process from start to finish to also generate money.

So I was thinking on sharing the information over Facebook live, but I am not sure if that sounds like a good idea. Initially it would be to test or try seeing if the information is relevant enough to generate lots of likes and shares, and if that is the case go sliding in affiliate offers to generate a faster income.

I have mentioned Facebook live as a way to share this info and generate interest.

Can someone that is used to generating good income online validate if this is a good strategy or if there is something else I can focus on in order to legally earn or make profit from the information I already have?

So to recap:

I am not an expert on internet marketing, but not a complete ignorant.

I have learned a lot, but earned a little.

Now is not the time (my time) to sit down and use the information and knowledge to generate income because it is going to take a long while.

I am looking for a way to earn money faster from all the knowledge and information I already have.

Lastly, I didn't mention, a lot of this information have not recently being created, meaning that it could have 8-10 years since it was created. While some of it may have gone through upgrades, a big amount of it is related to fundamental lessons of internet marketing that can be applied in 2018 as well.

Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    wbd, unless this information concerns the whereabouts of your family's buried treasure, it's unlikely to be unique to you. If you want to take advantage of what you've learned, consider how you could package that info to make it more useful to a potential buyer.

    Bear in mind though, that information that's merely theoretical - i.e. that you've simply read about and have no real-world experience of - is going to be an uphill struggle to promote. The world isn't holding its breath waiting for the next marketing blog launch.

    A better option might be to take what you've learned and use it to create a product or service in which you can use some of your own experience, and that has the potential to help people in a niche of your choice.
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    • Profile picture of the author wbd
      Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

      A better option might be to take what you've learned and use it to create a product or service in which you can use some of your own experience, and that has the potential to help people in a niche of your choice.
      Could you expand more about this or provide an article/video that can illustrate me a little more on how to accomplish that?

      Thank you for replying
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        Originally Posted by wbd View Post

        Could you expand more about this or provide an article/video that can illustrate me a little more on how to accomplish that?
        It's a huge subject, but start by having a look through this recent thread:

        https://www.warriorforum.com/main-in...would-you.html

        You'll see that most of the advice concerns choosing a niche in which you've identified a buying market. Take your time doing that niche research - once you know how to get in front of prospects who are already buying a product or service, and you can see what they're buying, the actual product creation becomes a lot simpler.
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        • Profile picture of the author wbd
          Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

          It's a huge subject, but start by having a look through this recent thread:

          https://www.warriorforum.com/main-in...would-you.html

          You'll see that most of the advice concerns choosing a niche in which you've identified a buying market. Take your time doing that niche research - once you know how to get in front of prospects who are already buying a product or service, and you can see what they're buying, the actual product creation becomes a lot simpler.
          Thanks for the insights
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