I want to work help me please

by Mohm
25 replies
How can I work in the field of Internet marketing I need to work please
#work
Avatar of Unregistered
  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    You can start as Virtual Assistant in Internet marketing. You can find work on Upwork, Freelancer, Guru
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355294].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author Maxxx333
      Originally Posted by affmarketer101 View Post

      You can start as Virtual Assistant in Internet marketing. You can find work on Upwork, Freelancer, Guru
      This is a good advice that you should really consider, you better start like this, and gather some money before diving in something real!
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11356795].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author Nottyqueen
    At first, you need to know which type of is done in the internet marketing sector. Then you need to learn the internet marketing procedure very skillfully. Afterwards, you may decide what type of earning process you want to start.
    Signature
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355339].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author yukon
    Banned
    Claude is accepting applications.
    Signature
    Hi
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355343].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author AFM Official
    There are many fields in Internet Marketing. There's Affiliate marketing and there's drop shipping or you can sell your own products or services etc. You can search up YouTube there are a lot who are showing you how they do their work and you'll learn then see which one you can start doing faster and start your work right away! It's a growing work so start as early as possible.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355344].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
    Hi Mohm, this may no be fun to hear (I know it wasn't when *I* heard it about an industry I had studied for several years!) but

    You need to do more research.

    If you don't know where you fit in, you have to learn more about your subject.

    Internet marketing is as broad a field as you will find in business. Learn more about the various approaches to marketing products and services, and find out where you feel comfortable fitting into those processes.

    No one can do it for you.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355345].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
    Why would the same question need to be answered hundreds of times? Wouldn't a well-written stickie to direct people to, be of benefit, or is it all about just getting page views?

    Let's face it, there is the potential for literally many dozens of suggestions, all of which are virtually worthless without knowing something about the poster's situation, abilities and level of seriousness.

    Most of these threads are quickly abandoned and contain little beyond encouraging someone to embark on the responder's journey. Obviously whatever path they have chosen for themselves, is without a doubt, the best way to make money on the Internet - for anyone else.

    Seriously???
    Signature

    "He not busy being born, is busy dying." - Bob Dylan • "I vibe with the light-dark point. Heavy." - Words that Bob Dylan wishes he had written.

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355360].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
      Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

      Why would the same question need to be answered hundreds of times? Wouldn't a well-written stickie to direct people to, be of benefit, or is it all about just getting page views?

      Let's face it, there is the potential for literally many dozens of suggestions, all of which are virtually worthless without knowing something about the poster's situation, abilities and level of seriousness.

      Most of these threads are quickly abandoned and contain little beyond encouraging someone to embark on the responder's journey. Obviously whatever path they have chosen for themselves, is without a doubt, the best way to make money on the Internet - for anyone else.

      Seriously???
      Because everyone wants a custom answer just for them. How many posts have you seen from established members who report getting complaints when they send a correct but canned message to someone who p.m.ed them? I make sure every response is a personalized one. In short if it's a sticky they just won't look and they won't listen.
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355385].message }}
      • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
        Originally Posted by Jason Kanigan View Post

        Because everyone wants a custom answer just for them.
        Well, I WANT lots of things in life, but I don't expect people to cater to my every whim.

        There is no "custom answer" to the OP's question. Not enough information was provided to help him/her at any level whatsoever. There is only one answer and it's generic. It goes like this: "While we would love to be able to supply you with information that might help you in beginning your path at making a living online, we just don't know enough about you or your situation to help you. If you can help us by going into greater detail as to what you might possibly be thinking about as a way that you might be able to make money online, you stand a better chance of receiving responses from people that are truly interested in helping you, that might actually benefit you in some small way."

        How many posts have you seen from established members who report getting complaints when they send a correct but canned message to someone who p.m.ed them?
        Honestly - and not to be argumentative, but none, ever. Not that I can recall, anyway.

        I make sure every response is a personalized one.
        Well, it's your life and your time. I just find it impossible to believe that you, of all people actually believe that you can offer anything of value in responding to such a - I don't even know how to describe it - question.

        I believe that starting someone out with a little tough love (as in 'do your research, etc.) is much more helpful than most, if not all the responses these posts receive.

        If you're looking for extra points to get into heaven - have at it. Me - I guess I know where I'm headed and consider it a lost cause, already. lol

        In short if it's a sticky they just won't look and they won't listen.
        Then screw 'em. If that's true, why are there an incalculable number of stickies employed on forums, everywhere? That's what they're for. Why would anyone want to do anything to help anyone that was too (call it whatever you want) to be bothered to look at information that someone already took the time to write, which might actually help them?

        BTW - spring is coming. My car needs detailing. You seem to have plenty of time to spare. :-)

        Cheers!
        Signature

        "He not busy being born, is busy dying." - Bob Dylan • "I vibe with the light-dark point. Heavy." - Words that Bob Dylan wishes he had written.

        {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355427].message }}
        • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
          Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

          Well, I WANT lots of things in life, but I don't expect people to cater to my every whim.

          There is no "custom answer" to the OP's question. Not enough information was provided to help him/her at any level whatsoever. There is only one answer and it's generic. It goes like this: "While we would love to be able to supply you with information that might help you in beginning your path at making a living online, we just don't know enough about you or your situation to help you. If you can help us by going into greater detail as to what you might possibly be thinking about as a way that you might be able to make money online, you stand a better chance of receiving responses from people that are truly interested in helping you, that might actually benefit you in some small way."



          Honestly - and not to be argumentative, but none, ever. Not that I can recall, anyway.



          Well, it's your life and your time. I just find it impossible to believe that you, of all people actually believe that you can offer anything of value in responding to such a - I don't even know how to describe it - question.

          I believe that starting someone out with a little tough love (as in 'do your research, etc.) is much more helpful than most, if not all the responses these posts receive.

          If you're looking for extra points to get into heaven - have at it. Me - I guess I know where I'm headed and consider it a lost cause, already. lol



          Then screw 'em. If that's true, why are there an incalculable number of stickies employed on forums, everywhere? That's what they're for. Why would anyone want to do anything to help anyone that was too (call it whatever you want) to be bothered to look at information that someone already took the time to write, which might actually help them?

          BTW - spring is coming. My car needs detailing. You seem to have plenty of time to spare. :-)

          Cheers!
          You know Frank sometimes I wonder why you're here. As for me I work faster and type faster than just about anybody else I know. I run several businesses and still have time to come in here and talk to people. Even though it's a poor market for the most part and people do not operate anywhere near the level that I operate at. But there are still several people I like and enjoy interacting with and even learning from.

          Posting here literally takes maybe 15 minutes out of my day and that's if I respond to four things. Maybe that helps somebody feel better. Once in awhile we get to have a good conversation too.

          A while ago I talked to two experts in a field that is relatively new to me but I have been researching for years. Although I had content written and some ideas, I was still asking them a version of what the OP asked: where do I fit in? I'm sure it was just as irritating for them to look over my stuff and answer me as it was for you to see the first post in this thread. And yet they still did, and they told me to do more research. I did go and do the research and I found out the specific things that I should be doing. Who knows if the OP will do that but let's give them a chance to.
          {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355453].message }}
          • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
            Originally Posted by Jason Kanigan View Post

            I was still asking them a version of what the OP asked: where do I fit in? I'm sure it was just as irritating for them to look over my stuff and answer me as it was for you to see the first post in this thread.
            Oh, Jason, c'mon. Apples and oranges. They regard you as an already successful. multi-talented individual who had been "RESEARCHING THE SUBJECT YOU WERE INQUIRING ABOUT FOR YEARS." Your words!!!

            And yet they still did, and they told me to do more research.
            Because you have already conducted yourself in a manner that has earned their respect.

            I did go and do the research and I found out the specific things that I should be doing.
            Of course you did - because you're intelligent, self-motivated, curious, have come to understand that you're never to old to learn and that any day that goes by that you haven't learned something new is a day not fully maximized. And - you continued to delve into the subject matter until you found the information you needed to acquire. I wouldn't expect anything less of you and that's partially the point that I was trying to make. While folks are certainly not going to instantly rise to your level of expertise in any subject anytime soon, teaching them the tools required to start the journey - to my way of thinking - better arms them for the battle they will be facing.

            So, in the end, it does simply come down to the indisputable fact that you are a much more kind and gracious person than I can ever hope to be. I get that. At my age that's never going to change.

            You said that, "Sometimes you don't know why I'm here." Well, you may not agree, but in my own inimitable style, I honestly believe that hidden within what many may consider an endless stream of inane drivel, that I have a lot to offer. While my business techniques are not 'by the book' and I don't follow the norm of business 'rules, laws, formulas or written in stone gospel' - I would never tell anyone how to run their online pursuits based on my beliefs, I feel that what I can offer in the way of a developing a mindset with which to approach business - and, dare I say - life, I believe it can benefit anyone that is willing to consider that there are many diverse ways to approach, both.

            You're the guy with the college education and I'm the poor slob working with the GED. Because of that I have had to work harder than anyone I know, make more mistakes than most people, fail more times than I can count, but ultimately find what works for me - and have known the absolute joy of teaching my unique style to many people who have used it to build successful careers and support their families quite well. I doubt that more than a handful actually 'liked' me, but most of them loved me. lol Showing the path to money and personal success and leading people on it, will do that.

            So, yeah - I'm just some dumb clown, trolling the forum because I have nothing better to do, like sitting out by the lake, taking in spin in the Bimmer with the top down, playing with my dog, spending time in my fish room or devoting more time to my 'no kill' animal sanctuary. This forum is all I got.

            I'll end with this. Due to my profound level of PTSD from my service in Vietnam, I was in therapy at the VA for 50 years - up until a few years ago when they told me that I was done. I had learned how to cope and live my life as best as could be expected by anyone in my condition. From the beginning of those 45 years until the very last session, I was encouraged to participate in 'group therapy,' where I was expected to sit around and listen to other vets, an endless stream of them, piss and moan about their lot in life and how the war had ravaged them. In case you haven't noticed, I don't play well with others, so I never once even entertained the thought of joining the group, regardless of the constant poking and prodding. Had I been forced to endure that, I would have had to eat the gun and oblivion would have been a welcome - though final respite.

            What did happen starting around 20 years, ago - was I was often requested to visit a particular group in order to provide them with my observations on life after Vietnam and the techniques that I developed to manage it. Yes - I was regarded by the entire psych department as a testament as to what someone could accomplish once they learned that even after coming home, life was a still going to be war and you could choose to win or lose. It's everyman's call. They thought enough of me and what I had accomplished, after being homeless twice and institutionalized twice, that they thought my techniques could truly help others and that it was important for other vets that were still struggling, decades later, to hear them. So - while I realize that this isn't a psychology forum, without applying some sound psychological principles, an individual's chance of success in business, or anything else, are slim to none. Nothing wrong on touching on those concepts, here.

            We all have our own way in which we might help another human being. I can't be you. On many days I struggle to be the best me that I can be. My intention is not to be malevolent, malicious, hurtful, condescending (although I fail in this, on occasion) or looking for attention. I like to help people. Truly. I don't believe in enabling people, coddling them, allowing them to spew their unadulterated, trite clich├ęs, unchallenged and other things that I see as not helping anyone - not because I say so, but because I know better. Arrogant??? Possibly, but I don't apologize for it.

            So why am I telling you this? Because I don't like constantly being made to feel that there's something wrong with me because I don't share the common view as generally postulated on this forum. Are we not free thinkers? Is stating one's position not allowed?

            Look. I'll be dead, soon enough. That's a given. But if you folks find my presence to hard too handle, the least bit intimidating or infuriating or responsible for a level of tumult that you just can't deal with - then just say the word and I'll ride off into the sunset. No big deal. We'll all survive. I thought, though, that part of this was an 'exchange of ideas,' not an adherence to forum dogma and the necessity of trying to fit in. I don't fit in anywhere.


            Who knows if the OP will do that but let's give them a chance to.
            "Teach a man to fish." Never hand him a tuna sandwich.

            Cheers. Now I'm off to take a ride in the Bimmer, with the top down. You've been blessed by my presence enough for one day. :-)
            Signature

            "He not busy being born, is busy dying." - Bob Dylan • "I vibe with the light-dark point. Heavy." - Words that Bob Dylan wishes he had written.

            {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355481].message }}
        • Profile picture of the author Mohm
          I need to work so I can pay the rent of the house where I live and I can provide milk for my young children Please help me
          {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355469].message }}
          • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
            Originally Posted by Mohm View Post

            I need to work so I can pay the rent of the house where I live and I can provide milk for my young children Please help me
            buy a cow.
            {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355537].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author yukon
      Banned
      Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

      Why would the same question need to be answered hundreds of times? Wouldn't a well-written stickie to direct people to, be of benefit, or is it all about just getting page views?

      Let's face it, there is the potential for literally many dozens of suggestions, all of which are virtually worthless without knowing something about the poster's situation, abilities and level of seriousness.

      Most of these threads are quickly abandoned and contain little beyond encouraging someone to embark on the responder's journey. Obviously whatever path they have chosen for themselves, is without a doubt, the best way to make money on the Internet - for anyone else.

      Seriously???


      You have to write articles here.

      It's mandatory and the only logical way to make money on the internets. It doesn't matter If you can't spell your own name correctly.
      Signature
      Hi
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355433].message }}
      • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        You have to write articles here.

        It's mandatory and the only logical way to make money on the internets. It doesn't matter If you can't spell your own name correctly.
        Ya' know - I'd really like to think that I am making valid points and not just coming across as an insufferable butt-hole. Of course, I guess these two things are not necessarily, mutually exclusive. ???
        Signature

        "He not busy being born, is busy dying." - Bob Dylan • "I vibe with the light-dark point. Heavy." - Words that Bob Dylan wishes he had written.

        {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355444].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author tomopalinski
    I do not mean to sound harsh or insensitive. I do understand that you may be in a very difficult financial situation at this time.

    However, market does not care one bit whether you have something to put on your table tonight.

    Market is an environment with only one currency and that is the value you can provide to others. The sooner you realize it the sooner you will be able to make better decisions for the future.

    But you have 5 degrees, 20 certificates and an entire wall of diplomas, isn't this valuable to have?.... Nobody cares unless you can use that knowledge to actually improve somebody's life somehow.

    But what about all those skills you have that a lot of people don't... Nobody cares, unless you actually show people what you can do and actually do it for them, successfully.

    You have lots of friends, connections, social following, and you even won the latest Dancing with the Stars? That is great, but nobody cares unless you know a way to use all of it to provide value for another human being.

    Bottom line, the moment you step into the battlefield (market), everything you possess is considered useless. It is what you can do for others with your skills that only matters.

    The question you posted will definitely not give you the answer that will help you.

    Don't wait for anybody to figure out what value you can bring to the table. It is your job to show everybody how much you are worth.

    Identify a problem that people in your market are struggling with constantly. Figure out a solution to the problem and offer it to them. Beautifully simple template that every entrepreneur should get familiar with. I hope this helps.

    Good luck and enjoy the process.
    Signature

    Good SEO work only gets better over time. It is only search engine tricks that need to keep changing when the ranking algorithms change. -- Jill Whalen

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355380].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author nickyz1
    [DELETED]
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355576].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by nickyz1 View Post

      you can trade cypto its one of the easiest thing to do online
      There's nothing like pimping your signature, especially in an effort to take advantage of someone that is obviously already suffering at some human level in a crass bid to put another dollar in your pocket. Or would that be a Bitcoin?

      Your post blatantly violates the rules of self-promotion, but I wouldn't worry. The mods are too busy plotting to get rid of me to bother with your infraction.

      And yet, I'm the schmuck.
      Signature

      "He not busy being born, is busy dying." - Bob Dylan • "I vibe with the light-dark point. Heavy." - Words that Bob Dylan wishes he had written.

      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355582].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author xInd
    If you tell me your skills / experience and needs I might be able to give you some work
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355647].message }}
  • You can start as an affiliate marketer.

    Use the search function on this forum, type in "how to do affiliate marketing" , read all the threads relating to your search, and learn all you can about affiliate marketing.

    Affiliate marketing is where you market and promote a product vendor's product, in exchange for commission.

    Tip: Promote products that offers a monthly residual income.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355671].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by Mohm View Post

    I need to work so I can pay the rent of the house where I live and I can provide milk for my young children Please help me
    If that is true, then Fiverr, (do anything) or find a job are probably your best options.

    Originally Posted by nickyz1 View Post

    you can trade cypto its one of the easiest thing to do online
    Yes you can trade crypto, or binary options or trades, which is easy when you have set up your online account. And it is also easy to blow every cent you have!

    Signature

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11355693].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author digibaap
    There are So many categories in Internet Marketing Choose one
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11356040].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    You will find work by learning IM Mohm, and by helping people, and by building your friend network. Takes some time but well worth the effort. Keep learning, studying and serving, and lay the foundation for work to flow to you.

    Ryan
    Signature
    Ryan Biddulph, Blogger, Author, World Traveling Digital Nomad
    If you want to become a full time blogger you can buy my course here
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11356043].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author cearionmarie
    Internet marketing has many sub branches. At which branch would you like to work? If no specifics on this, then starting out as a VA is something you could conisider. Upwork is something you can try looking into.
    Signature

    Cearion Uy - Marketing Advisor
    www.influencerauditor.com

    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11356768].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author gadislade
    Some time ago, I have same question that you have now. In starting it may difficult to understand but there is solution of everything expecting internet marketing. If you really want to make you carrier in digital marketing then go on internet and try to search tips, Platform to do your work.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11357209].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author echelon
    One method is to learn skills from YouTube videos and then teach them with your own style. For example, you could learn how to make a logo from one or more YouTube videos. Then you could record your screen and your voice while making a nice logo.You would then record an introduction video to give people reasons to watch the tutorial. You don't have to be on camera for any of these videos.

    Next step would be to upload the videos as a class on Skillshare.com. You can create a teacher account on Skilshare for free. I would advise that you take their free 2 months of premium membership, so that you can watch premium classes on how to make money with Skillshare (for free).

    But, once you have uploaded your class to skillshare (as a premium class), add a description to entice people to watch it. Moreover, select tags that are related to the class' topic. To promote your class, you could create a number of free access links.You could then post about your class on Facebook groups about Skillshare classes and on forums that allow sharing skillshare classes.

    If available check classes on skillshare.com (about earning with skillshare) authored by the teachers Howard Lynch, Franki B Kidd, and Shubhashish Mendhe.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[11357771].message }}
Avatar of Unregistered

Trending Topics