What is your ideal solution to your Internet Marketing problem?

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Hello WF!

We all know that online money making is really huge.. Which means there are many problems yet to be solved.

So my question is, you, as a beginner, or as a pro:

What is your ideal solution to your problem?

What are some of the nightmares you've experienced trying to find that?

What advice would you give to your fellow marketers?
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  • Just one problem at a time. It seemed easy to say but it is not since there are really a lot of challenges in affiliate marketing. But I stay focused all the time, and solving issues that comes in the way is no exception.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mr Sultan
      Originally Posted by affilorama-portal View Post

      Just one problem at a time. It seemed easy to say but it is not since there are really a lot of challenges in affiliate marketing. But I stay focused all the time, and solving issues that comes in the way is no exception.
      Great advice! Yes, baby steps.

      Indeed affiliate marketing has a lot of challenges. Can you share some of the problems you've come across?
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      • Yes Step by step.

        And there will be always problems. Thats not bad as long as you learn from it
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    First of all. What is your problem? It depends on the problem at hand.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mr Sultan
      Originally Posted by expmrb View Post

      First of all. What is your problem? It depends on the problem at hand.
      I'm asking you guys that what problems you've come across?

      My main challenge when i started out was getting traffic for my email list. Fast forward, only later i realized that it depends on the quality and not quantity.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Help me find that damn button they keep talking about
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
      That was my #1 problem too
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  • Profile picture of the author asc
    genuine white hat links....massive seo agency problem...cue all of the 'inbox me' messages now!
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  • Profile picture of the author Adrianne_
    Originally Posted by Mr Sultan View Post

    So my question is, you, as a beginner, or as a pro:

    What is your ideal solution to your problem?

    What are some of the nightmares you've experienced trying to find that?

    What advice would you give to your fellow marketers?
    I think putting forth consistent effort will pretty much take care of all 3 questions.
    If you pick 1 method of promotion, and work it everyday for the next 30 days,
    you should have some stats to work with, particularly if you track all your
    promotions.

    The only "nightmare" I experienced was hopping from biz op to biz op. What
    caused me to do that was a lack of results. What caused the lack of results
    was due to a lack of consistency.

    Many times, we think we're working on our business but we're really just doing
    busy work like reading forums or watching videos for the best way to make
    money, or whatever. When in reality, this activity really hasn't done anything
    to grow the business.

    What I do to get around the busy work trap is I subscribed to a free online calendar,
    and at the end of each day, I type in what I did to work on my business. This
    gives me a clear picture of how much I really am working, and what activity I
    did. If I made 3 forum post, or place some solo ads, I put them on the calendar.
    When I make new sales, I can look back over my activity for the month to see
    what I did. Then rinse & repeat.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    For me when I was new was belief. I struggled for years because of this. Marketing is really simple. Traffic (targeted), leads and X amount of conversions.

    But you have got to keep sharpening your skills.

    But when you struggle initially because of belief, you don't take enough consistent action to start getting results.

    And I think most people who come online struggle with belief issues.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    This sounds like obvious market research lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Follow your passion. Match that passion with a problem suffered by someone in your niche. Build your IM campaign on these fundamentals.
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