From Fool Time to Full Time - transition questions

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Hi Guys.

I am through fooling around and I am about to go full time online, i have some blog writing jobs and my affiliate marketing to provide my income. My question is for those who are already full time online, what things should i really focus on and things i should avoid?

Any suggestions are welcome.
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  • Profile picture of the author Josef_Benjamin
    You said it yourself bro.

    If your doing well in affiliate marketing and blog writing, FOCUS ON THAT

    I only do two things myself:

    Ebay Marketing (goal to be a silver powerseller)
    Affiliate Marketing (Creating my own products, selling other products while building lists)

    I would likely never venture into CPA, website-flipping, adsense income, blogging, etc...


    until I feel I've masterd the two above. Keep working on what your already doing and master it to perfection. Then you can branch off and try other things.

    I should also mention I'm not full-time, but close to it (I still work a PT-job). I don't need to, but I'm going full time in about 2-3 months
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  • Profile picture of the author geoffcruz
    Thanks Josef

    Like you said i should really focus on what i am currently doing
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  • Profile picture of the author Kris Turner
    Yep, just scale up what's already working. If there comes a time when all that is on autopilot, then you can risk some of your time on other things.

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  • Profile picture of the author yves
    Like the title

    If you are already having some success with your marketing efforts just do more of the same and write out a plan of action for each week to keep you on track. Once you get enough cash, outsource the work and carry on looking for profitable niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author CliveG
    Avoid distractions - you will probably find it difficult at first. When you are working you should be concentrating only on income generating activities and really necessary admin.
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  • Profile picture of the author geoffcruz
    Yes that seems to be the problem of most guys that transitioned to full time, its the lose of focus and not knowing what to do. I am afraid i might fall to that trap. So what i really wana know is how do you guys keep focused and how did you scale up your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author rapidscc
    Hello buddy!

    Nice to hear you're scalling up! Welcome to the club..Full time..ahhhh But wait it still is usually fool time

    anyways, since your going towards the writing route too, I recommend a nice little site about ghostwriting..

    I'm on the process of building one so your lucky, I can assist you.

    I checked your review site and I think you're missing one important thing..Opt-in box..

    so in case you're going that route better get an autoresponder now..

    Email aces has a free option for starters..

    Also we can exchange reviews once each of our ghostwriting site is up. That is if you're going that route..

    All Success!

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  • Profile picture of the author geoffcruz
    Thanks Raul, We need to meet up one of these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author geoffcruz
    Guys what did you have to sacrifice when you moved to full time?
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