5 Steps for New Comers to Internet Marketing

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1. Pick a niche you enjoy. If you do something you enjoy it is never work

2. Get yourself a unique Domain, you want it be easy, short and catchy to remember.

3. Start a Blog/Website

4. Create an Email List

5. Drive Traffic with any White hat methods you can use, be it free(SEO,Social Media, Forums, Classified Ads, Blog, Blog Commenting, ETC.) or Paid.

I hope this helps all new IM Warriors and gives you some type of tactic to get into Internet Marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author entreprenelius
    Thank you so much, this must be a really helpful forum for all wanting to start internet brands, as this forum is for marketing stratagies and such. by any means would you be able to explain the private war room forum, that is a paid part of this site?
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  • Profile picture of the author wfletch24
    The War Room is similar to the Warrior Special Offers part of this forum except their are no charge for guides, products, and tools. People post helpful resources for anyone to download that is part of the war room. A lot of those resources are past WSO's.
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    • Profile picture of the author Altered State
      Originally Posted by wfletch24 View Post

      The War Room is similar to the Warrior Special Offers part of this forum except their are no charge for guides, products, and tools. People post helpful resources for anyone to download that is part of the war room. A lot of those resources are past WSO's.
      From the outside... What are the benefits for those people who post free things for other members of the war room? I mean, if they will not earn anything their only reason should be to help people, and they would indeed help more people if they posted those free resources outside the war room.

      It's something I never understood well.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeeGee2010
    I like this, it's short and sweet. I have a question... being somewhat of a jaded Web 1.0 IM with a very modest amount of success in the mid-to-late-aughts:

    What if
    1) You're not really jazzed about writing about much? What if your passion-meter is nearing empty?
    2) If creating written content is really what it's all about (and I won't argue that point) what's a guy/lady to do who simply cannot generate pages and pages of content him/herself?
    3) Would such an individual be relegated to pursuing less verbose vocations, say, PPC campaigns?

    My Best
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    • Profile picture of the author Trankuility
      Originally Posted by DeeGee2010 View Post

      I like this, it's short and sweet. I have a question... being somewhat of a jaded Web 1.0 IM with a very modest amount of success in the mid-to-late-aughts:

      What if
      1) You're not really jazzed about writing about much? What if your passion-meter is nearing empty?
      2) If creating written content is really what it's all about (and I won't argue that point) what's a guy/lady to do who simply cannot generate pages and pages of content him/herself?
      3) Would such an individual be relegated to pursuing less verbose vocations, say, PPC campaigns?

      My Best
      Creating content is NOT what it is all about.

      Promoting your content IS what is all about.

      Create AWESOME content in very small quantities.

      Then promote it. Get that content in front of the movers and shakers in your niche.
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      • Profile picture of the author smedia11
        I'd also like to point out that most of your content can be outsourced rather cheaply.

        Plus there's audio and/or video if you don't like writing.
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      • Profile picture of the author wristbandnation
        Originally Posted by Trankuility View Post

        Creating content is NOT what it is all about.

        Promoting your content IS what is all about.

        Create AWESOME content in very small quantities.

        Then promote it. Get that content in front of the movers and shakers in your niche.
        Don't you have to create content before you can promote it?

        I'm new to IM and the list is a good starting point.

        Any other good resources for a newbie?
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      • Profile picture of the author st0nec0ld
        Originally Posted by Trankuility View Post

        Creating content is NOT what it is all about.

        Promoting your content IS what is all about.

        Create AWESOME content in very small quantities.

        Then promote it. Get that content in front of the movers and shakers in your niche.
        True, in internet marketing you don't just create content you should market it.
        And when you say content, it is not all about 'text-based' that you see on the internet or on blogs, because now it is all about creativity.

        We should know that creating content is more than just writing an article, it should be more interesting and catchy. Perfect example would be infographic, it is not text based mainly but it can be a good source of content/information.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by DeeGee2010 View Post

      I like this, it's short and sweet. I have a question... being somewhat of a jaded Web 1.0 IM with a very modest amount of success in the mid-to-late-aughts:

      What if
      1) You're not really jazzed about writing about much? What if your passion-meter is nearing empty?
      2) If creating written content is really what it's all about (and I won't argue that point) what's a guy/lady to do who simply cannot generate pages and pages of content him/herself?
      3) Would such an individual be relegated to pursuing less verbose vocations, say, PPC campaigns?

      My Best
      Hey DeeGee,
      To answer no. 2 ,you can definitely outsource your Writing and Content needs. And find some reasonable offers of people who will do it for you.

      I know personally, I would on a regular basis buy Articles from some of the Services offered here At WF.

      Look around it can be easily done.


      - Robert Andrew
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    • Profile picture of the author Ian McMullan
      Originally Posted by DeeGee2010 View Post

      I like this, it's short and sweet. I have a question... being somewhat of a jaded Web 1.0 IM with a very modest amount of success in the mid-to-late-aughts:

      What if
      1) You're not really jazzed about writing about much? What if your passion-meter is nearing empty?
      2) If creating written content is really what it's all about (and I won't argue that point) what's a guy/lady to do who simply cannot generate pages and pages of content him/herself?
      3) Would such an individual be relegated to pursuing less verbose vocations, say, PPC campaigns?

      My Best

      As in the previous post, you dont really need to be "jazzed" or passionate about creating a product to make some sales.

      The idea behind being passionate about it is that you will keep at it. If you enjoy doing it then you will not see it as a chore or a task. If you are doing it just to make a few bucks then, okay, you will create something and then it will fizzle out as you've no interest in it.

      You are more likely to stick at something if you really enjoy doing it

      Best


      Ian
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  • Profile picture of the author Easy Cash
    Great tips.

    The gather an email list is a very important one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bob Reynolds
    Setting up a good converting funnel with affiliate products will help. Make sure to communicate with your list with two thirds content one third promotions so you don't burn them out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lightlysalted
    The common theme is about great content backed up by a varied channel of backlink building. My biggest tip is not to put all your eggs in one basket. Have at least two projects on the go at one time to cushion the effect of changes in trends. Remember what worked well last year may not work well this year.

    All the best
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    • Profile picture of the author Peter Lee
      Find a niche that you are most passionate about (e.g. IM). Then buy your domain, start a simple blog, sign up to an auto responder account and learn all there is to know about email marketing and list building. Then build your list and build a relationship with your subscribers. Everything else comes after you have built a relatively big list like affiliate promotions. It may take you 3 months, 6 months, 1 year. Then again list building is like a marathon not a sprint. So there is no real hurry.
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    • Profile picture of the author @tjr
      Originally Posted by James Druman View Post

      Hey, a vague checklist to nowhere.
      Warrior Forum has been around since the 90s, how are we just now seeing this?!
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    • Profile picture of the author Andre Slater
      Originally Posted by augmentin View Post

      thanks, anyone can explain more about paid traffic?
      Yes paid traffic is faster and you can get results almost instantly... There are a gazillion paid methods of traffic just pick one and master it.

      Pretty much majority of sites you go to online have some sort of traffic you can buy.

      If you look at the footer of any site you like to go to, at the bottom you

      Will probably see "Advertising" that is the where you start.
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  • Profile picture of the author QueenMelanie
    simple steps, but that is all you need! no point over thinking and explaining when all that you really need to do is get on with it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    Great Plan! Now get on with it and take action. Also, don't stop until you get what you came here for.

    Be it $20, $200 or even $2,000 per day. What ever bursts your bubbles.
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  • Profile picture of the author Candice886
    I'm doing this plan now, it's a good idea. We just need to build up the social network accounts, don't let them be banned.
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  • Profile picture of the author positivegirl
    1. Choose a niche
    2. Create a landing/squeeze page
    3. Offer an Unique Special Report on how to solve one problem (1 problem-1 solution report)
    4. Send Traffic/Build your list/Grow your List
    5. Email marketing/relationship-help people/money
    6. Repeat 4, 5, and 6


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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    I swear Durable if you'll just focus heavily on 1 you'll uncover the secret; all the work and stuff becomes easier and easier then becomes play if you pick a passionate niche, or a niche you genuinely enjoy working. I publish one 7,000 word blog post weekly. Labor of love. Or, it's mainly play. I enjoy my niche immensely, I love creating, I enjoy writing and I relish inspiring folks to do what I do so it's all good.

    All the practical tips - steps 2-5 - fall into place if you get super, uper, uber duber clear on Step 1. Don't bother with IM until you get #1 down pat. Then people will admire the heck out of you and all the trimmings that go with doing IM, well, they'll find you as you fall even more in love with your craft.

    Thanks!

    Ryan
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  • Yepp, very simple..

    'The More Complicated Something Seems, The Simpler We Need To Make It'

    Golden Steps:
    1) Create A Landing Page
    2) Send Tons Of Traffic To It

    Thanks. People think online marketing is so complicated. Thanks for this
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  • Profile picture of the author mazzuca
    Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

    1. Pick a niche you enjoy. If you do something you enjoy it is never work

    2. Get yourself a unique Domain, you want it be easy, short and catchy to remember.

    3. Start a Blog/Website

    4. Create an Email List

    5. Drive Traffic with any White hat methods you can use, be it free(SEO,Social Media, Forums, Classified Ads, Blog, Blog Commenting, ETC.) or Paid.

    I hope this helps all new IM Warriors and gives you some type of tactic to get into Internet Marketing.
    Nice guideline. It should be If you do something you don't enjoy it will never work. Correct me if i am wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author justicejr
    Thanks for share. The one important of success intermarketing is high quality and useful articles in your blog
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  • Profile picture of the author FreedomBlogger
    Great tips!!

    Those are the simple steps to building a passive income online!

    Thanks for sharing with us!

    I wish you the best of the best!

    Keep up the great work!

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author DeeGee2010
    I watched a successful IM video the other day, and his advice on determining a passion: What do you first talk about with people? What do you steer the conversation to? For me, for example, lately I've really gotten giddy about wine tasting, I'm learning a lot. Now, 'wines' isn't a niche, but it's not difficult to think upon it for a few minutes and drill down into a niche about it.

    But I liked the 'What do you like to talk about' strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Harris
    Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

    1. Pick a niche you enjoy. If you do something you enjoy it is never work
    After you have picked your niche, you want to research it and see if there enough "commercial intent" in it.

    It doesn't matter how much you may enjoy it if there is no money in it, you will never make any money from it.
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  • Profile picture of the author AaronBurton
    Great tips, building a list is important for return buyers. If you can't afford an auto responder get mailchimp.
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  • Profile picture of the author katherineolga
    I'd like to add:

    6. Set a goal and don't stop until you get there. :-D

    People give up too soon, in my opinion. They just get discouraged and stop and I think if more people had a "don't give up" mentality more people would be successful.
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  • Profile picture of the author quadagon
    so does nobody want to sell anything?
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  • Profile picture of the author Molly Su
    It sounds simply ,but it's hard to do .As a newbie on internet marketing,persistance is very important.
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  • Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

    5 Steps for New Comers to Internet Marketing
    1. Pick a niche you enjoy. If you do something you enjoy it is never work

    2. Get yourself a unique Domain, you want it be easy, short and catchy to remember.

    3. Start a Blog/Website

    4. Create an Email List

    5. Drive Traffic with any White hat methods you can use, be it free(SEO,Social Media, Forums, Classified Ads, Blog, Blog Commenting, ETC.) or Paid.

    I hope this helps all new IM Warriors and gives you some type of tactic to get into Internet Marketing.
    Wow!!!what a post!!! Really appreciable. I am completely in favor of you. Because, for a newbie, who wish to start a new online business, need to aware about the niche of product whatever he/she want to sell. Then choose a right domain name and then proceed for further tactics.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert Puddy
    Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

    1. Pick a niche you enjoy. If you do something you enjoy it is never work

    2. Get yourself a unique Domain, you want it be easy, short and catchy to remember.

    3. Start a Blog/Website

    4. Create an Email List

    5. Drive Traffic with any White hat methods you can use, be it free(SEO,Social Media, Forums, Classified Ads, Blog, Blog Commenting, ETC.) or Paid.

    I hope this helps all new IM Warriors and gives you some type of tactic to get into Internet Marketing.
    That's the technical part/process of setting up a website

    that's not a formula for a marketing process.

    Put simple a marketing process is

    1. give away the what to do (to build a list)

    2. sell the how to do it (to create revenue)

    3. upsell the we will do it for you ( for a continuity plan)
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

    1. Pick a niche you enjoy. If you do something you enjoy it is never work

    2. Get yourself a unique Domain, you want it be easy, short and catchy to remember.

    3. Start a Blog/Website

    4. Create an Email List

    5. Drive Traffic with any White hat methods you can use, be it free(SEO,Social Media, Forums, Classified Ads, Blog, Blog Commenting, ETC.) or Paid.

    I hope this helps all new IM Warriors and gives you some type of tactic to get into Internet Marketing.

    The first step to success is finding your niche. What are you passionate about? The answer to this question will be unique to everyone. Unleash your passion!
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  • Profile picture of the author daviddifranco
    Great steps! They're definitely essential for anyone new to Internet marketing. Also, it's important to remain determined. It's very easy to lose your motivation. No matter what, stick with it and see where your hard work takes you.
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  • Profile picture of the author DAlgirdas
    Hey! great tips and comments.
    I was wondering - what if you know that your 'passion' niche would not be as interesting to readers as another niche you have in mind, but you don't know that other niche as well. What should you then go for?
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    • Profile picture of the author nbanks
      If you don't know the niche that well, does not mean you should not go after it. I admit I have never done this because I work in a niche i enjoy.

      With that said, you could begin learning about the niche by doing your research on forums in the niche, find facebook groups in the niche, read articles, pick up magazines and take notice of the headlines etc...

      Once you have gathered some good info, make an outline for your product and either write it yourself or outsource it and start solving the problems in the niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Unleash your passion!
    Most peoples passions are:

    Illegal, Immoral or Fattening.

    Profiting from your "passions" is a nice fantasy but except for a very small few it will always remain just that.

    Learn how to do Internet marketing right and the "niche" is of little consequence.

    It's about money.

    Go where the money is.
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  • Profile picture of the author JedGeorge
    Find a niche that pays high ticket commissions because you can earn a lot more for the same amount work... Then do the rest The money is in the high ticket products.
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  • Profile picture of the author blackpearlz
    Nice tips I will start gathering E-mails now
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  • Profile picture of the author iansinfo
    The only other tip I would suggest is to not give up. Whilst it may seem all pretty simple and it is Persistence is important as you want to get some momentum happening
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  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    i agree: building a list should be your first priority. the easiest way to do that is sole ads. you will be shocked how easy but it is expensive to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author turboshandy
    Totally agree with the 5 steps! And if you do it out of pleasure, it will indeed never feel like work! It will feel like you're enjoying your hobby all the while earning money from it!
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    Build a quality list of leads and prospect and sell them high ticket offer. Also, join a fully loaded internet marketing program for easier and quicker way to make money online. Saves tons of work and earn high commissions!
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