Infinite wisdom, guardian of the SEO, the vessel in the Genesis flood

by Domenick DelBuco 19 replies
Warrior forums and friends,
*I'm not selling you anything in this thread, so stop scanning before you mind-spam me out. here*
Warrior forums and friends (from the top)
Right now, I'm sitting in a Starbucks crop dusting every loser that walks past my chair. Why? Simply because I know they can't SEO like me.
I'm about to make the biggest, baddest, fattest book on the planet. I don't usually do this, but I need your help, forum, that's what you're here for anyways, right? My disposable free marketing consultant?
HAHHAHHAA
Just kidding.
-------Here are the topics that will be addressed in my book ----------
Good marketing could make you fail faster if you sell shit
Dedication (Because you will fail)
Website Educate
Lead Capturing
Follow The Leader
Specials
Online Ratings
Niches Win The Riches
The “Famous” Illusion Using Cross Platforms
Pay The Influences (because they're cheaper than ads)
Track your sources
Believe In What You Sell
The Market Domination Action Plan
---End----
Of course, not in this order, but these are the few steps and subjects i'd like to hit in my massive huge killer book
Do you think I'm missing something?
Thanks forum
#main internet marketing discussion forum #flood #genesis #guardian #infinite #seo #vessel #wisdom
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Do you think I'm missing something?
    Yes - I think you are missing the experience and the 'been there, done that'. Not saying you don't know anything - but my impression is of 'over reaching'.

    You can write - that's a plus. However, from the title of this thread to some of the comments about sections of the book...it sound like playing around rather than working toward a goal.

    Will someone be able to succeed after reading your proposed book? Will it be information you've found elsewhere - or acquired through experience?

    What I see is an outline much like every other 'make money online' book I've seen - what makes you unique - what can you offer that other marketers/writers can't?

    You have some ideas and that's great - my impression is you need to settle in and develop those ideas one by one. Trying to do too much - trying to cover too much in one book - may not be the best approach.

    Are you skilled/experienced in one or two areas of marketing? If so, I'd advise you to focus on those areas rather than trying to cover the entire spectrum of an online business.
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    • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
      Thanks for the reply.
      You have a great point that I actually have the answer to.
      I'm hitting a mark that many digital marketers either forgot about, or never had to experience in real life - dealing with people outside of the internet. Making deals yourself. What is one of the biggest keys of selling OFF the internet? Having personality. Being yourself. Finding yourself before you find a product.

      This has either never been learned by digital marketers, or simply forgotten. The key to roping someone into the digital marketing business world (which, believe me, so many sales people who make a 6 figure income have tried and failed) is to become personal.

      To a seasoned digital marketer, this could look ameture, corny, or even straight up offensive. But guess what, you either love it or hate it. That's called striking emotions. Tapping into emotions before a sale is one of the easiest ways to sell because it also naturally triggers impulse. The organic "been there, done that" practice is to trigger impulse by the "FREE TODAY ONLY" bologna. Anyone that's been surfing the internet for over 3 years have seen that twice a day.

      Will someone be able to succeed after they read this book?
      Yes, that's why there's an "Action plan" as the last chapter.
      Covering too much in one book?
      Absolutely not. Introducing a new digital marketer to every edge of the spectrum is my plan. Once they can see for example "Email marketing", I will have more information about email marketing included in a private members only course showcasing hours and hours of how to setup successful campaigns.

      Do you know what I'm aiming for now? Does this make more sense? The title and body of this thread is eye catching, and I'm not even selling anything. Why? because I've found myself, I know my personality, and like no other digital marketer can accomplish before, I'm expressing them.

      Any thoughts?
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      • Profile picture of the author PPG19
        Originally Posted by Domenick DelBuco View Post

        What is one of the biggest keys of selling OFF the internet? Having personality. Being yourself. Finding yourself before you find a product.

        This has either never been learned by digital marketers, or simply forgotten. The key to roping someone into the digital marketing business world (which, believe me, so many sales people who make a 6 figure income have tried and failed) is to become personal.
        Nothing new...and saying that marketers have never learned this or simply forgotten is not true.

        Seth Godin:

        “The only asset you can build on the Internet is the connection to people. Connection, the idea that someone knows you, trusts you, and works with you, is not new. It’s 1,000 years old"
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        • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
          PPG19,
          Thanks for the Seth Godin quote, I must have miss-communicated what I was trying to set across.
          By "This has either never been learned by digital marketers, or simply forgotten" I'm not pointing out every digital marketer, I'm stating that most digital marketers today just haven't learned to become personal.
          Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        Originally Posted by Domenick DelBuco View Post

        I'm hitting a mark that many digital marketers either forgot about, or never had to experience in real life - dealing with people outside of the internet. Making deals yourself.
        Here you are undoubtedly right. After all, all of us chose the Blue pill and since have never experienced life outside of the matrix. Morpheus was right - You are the one. May God bless the offsprings you have with Trinity.

        This is revolutionary and eye opening. It might even cause us to have an offline marketing section on this forum.
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        • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
          Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post


          This is revolutionary and eye opening. It might even cause us to have an offline marketing section on this forum.
          Careful now, admin might get ideas, while others may not get your drift.
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    • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
      "Infinite wisdom, guardian of the SEO, the vessel in the Genesis flood"
      or
      Would you click on this before the "top 5 SEO predictions for 2018"
      You know the answer, it's clear, nobody with years of SEO experience would admit it, but you want to know what the hell the guy quoting Noahs Ark has to say about SEO. Striking mystery.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    You don't need to sell me - I'm not your target market. Don't be too confident in your 'approach' - the title almost got your thread deleted (seriously). In the end, either you have enough knowledge and experience and success working online to teach others - or you have another book full of what you've learned from forums and blogs. Both kinds of books can sell.

    This has either never been learned by digital marketers, or simply forgotten. The key to roping someone into the digital marketing business world (which, believe me, so many sales people who make a 6 figure income have tried and failed) is to become personal.
    That tells me you haven't spent much time reading here. What I'm unsure of is what your goal is with this thread. Do you want advice/questions/opinions? ...or announcing your intentions and plans?
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    • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
      Very inviting attitude on the warrior forum.
      Very sceptical
      Why am I here?
      For advice, questions, opinions, observations and more. I'm not here to announce my plans. Just like you said: you're not my target audience, so, that would be useless.
      I think most of your sceptisism is because 1. I'm a new member and 2. I'm young.
      You seem to be agitated by my confidence, you think I don't have anything to bring to the table here.
      I wouldn't exactly call what you are doing "constructive criticism". It's ok ... Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Don't be too confident in your 'approach' - the title almost got your thread deleted (seriously).
      Unless things have changed I don't know how it hasn't been deleted. I have great confidence that had I posted a thread like this in the past (and probably even now) it would have been flagged as self promotional and a prelaunch.

      But since it remains - my thoughts

      The title was the best part of the "approach". Curiously different (for these parts only) so I clicked.

      Unfortunately it was all down hill from there and I'd buy the book only if medical professionals indicated it would save my mom on her death bead (They'd have to guarantee a lasting minimum decade long survival though).

      Hasn't the world seen like a thousand times a marketer pretending he/she is the guru that has the answers. Its been done to ad nauseum complete with the same bravado "look at me I know things the rest of the marketers don't"

      Second the topics are no such things. The op has confused titles with topics. Thats not a good sign of the brilliance to come. A better approach would have been to show the world a glimmer of this brilliance - a gem that makes everyone go - "wow thats good I never thought of that!"

      If you got great pudding then give a sliver of a slice and then I'll go beserk for more. We seldom see it in such bravado approaches for one primary reason - the bragging one knows if they put something concrete down as brilliance - people will look it , roll their eyes and say

      "Dude who hasn't known that for ages. Where you been?"

      So I get that the OP is high on himself and his SEO abilities while at Starbucks but its not really because his stuff is brilliant.

      Its most likely because he has drunk too much coffee.

      Starbucks caffeine is great caffeine. Its not like the Op. It has substance. It ain't just bragging.
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      • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
        Again,
        This isn't for "self promition". Again as well - this book isn't created for seasoned marketers.
        What I see when I introduce new digital marketers into the game, they don't see all of these angles you call "topics". Most books only explain a few or even one of these many powerful subjects. For example, someone's dream might not resonate with what email marketing brings them. They might need to focus more on building a following on a Facebook and retargeting from there. These are the building blocks that have never been placed together in a training segment before. It's alot, I know. That's why it's going to have entertainment, instead of most dry and unnefective trainings.
        Tell me
        Why do you think attempting to revolutionize digital marketing business trainings is bad?
        You say I have nothing new, open your eyes, this is a new way of effective teaching strategy..
        It's not Monday guys, get your panties out of a wad and stay positive...
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by Domenick DelBuco View Post

          For example, someone's dream might not resonate with what email marketing brings them. They might need to focus more on building a following on a Facebook and retargeting from there. These are the building blocks that have never been placed together in a training segment before.
          Who knew? In the history of facebook training no one has ever focused on building a following.

          If this keeps up the revolution will be sweeping

          Facebook might have a feature called groups where people will begin building up followings

          Great Scotts!!!

          https://www.facebook.com/help/162866443847527/

          They must be reading this thread but how in the world did so many groups form in seconds where marketers are building followings around their niche??

          The upside down must have had it and it broke through with Eleven

          Even Stranger Things are happening

          Apparently marty went into the future got your training from Bif and zoomed back to to the past to post this article.

          https://www.inc.com/dakota-shane/its...heres-how.html

          The delorean must have been hit by lightning, and went back further to multiple spots of the time continuum

          https://www.postplanner.com/7-ways-t...e-on-facebook/

          https://moz.com/blog/how-to-build-a-facebook-group
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          • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
            These are all great points, and even funny analogies, but people starting out don't just know how to Google and find what you just found.
            Am I right?
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              Originally Posted by Domenick DelBuco View Post

              These are all great points, and even funny analogies, but people starting out don't just know how to Google and find what you just found.
              Am I right?
              Domenick you have made the most rookie of all mistakes. You have done no market research but come out swinging of how brilliant you and your training are . You have merely assumed the ideas that came into your head have never been thought before.

              Another analogy?

              You are like the guy using a toothbrush thinking to himself - I wish i had something firmer that could get food stuck between my teeth out.

              Wow best idea ever! I am going to be rich

              I think I'll call them toothpicks.

              Heres the take away. next time you are thinking how brilliant you are over other marketers - at least do some research about whats already out there because sorry to inform you but just about every social marketing training out there already covers growing a following.

              market research first. bragging later will help you in all areas of business you enter into. But nice Title and good luck to you
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        • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
          Originally Posted by Domenick DelBuco View Post

          Why do you think attempting to revolutionize digital marketing business trainings is bad?
          You haven't shown us anything revolutionary. All you've shown is a propensity to overgeneralize the state of digital marketing based on what appears to be nothing more than your opinion.

          It's not Monday guys, get your panties out of a wad and stay positive...
          A little friendly advice...

          Comments like that won't get you far here. You say you're here for "advice, questions, opinions, and observations." You're getting them. Reacting like that when you don't like what you're getting isn't going to help you. Not here, and not in life in general. We learn more from listening than talking. If you really want advice and observations, then try to learn from it, all of it, especially the comments that don't sit well with you. They can reveal your blind spots.

          Otherwise, if all you want is praise, you can go into any echo chamber and listen to yourself talk for that.

          Mike is right though, that is a good thread title. It got my attention anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Trying to help you here - but can't. Youth is not a problem - the arrogance of youth might be. "Confidence" is a positive but it can come across as pretentious or defensive which I don't think you intend.

    But I could be wrong there - good luck to you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
      Good luck to you as well. You have motivated me to create a killer post later tonight or in the morning tomorrow that will be targeted towards the older generation of online marketers. This was mostly a piece created for learners. I'll craft another. Just for you
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    • Profile picture of the author Domenick DelBuco
      Can you redirect me to a thread that has such "groundbreaking" marketing strategies that you talk about so much? Because I don't see anything by you or by anyone on this thread that has created something new and unheard of.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    In another thread you posted today you end with this:

    Now I'm here, jobless. I was on top of the world I thought. Now I have nothing, all of the jobs in my area that want digital marketers require a bachelors degree (******* why). How do I get back into the market game, guys? I need some help!
    Which is true in your mind? That you have 'infinite wisdom' other marketers have never thought of...or that you need help?

    It's usually not something 'new and unheard of' that marketers use to build profitable businesses online or offline....it's the products/information/ideas people use over time - the same platforms and promises - the same basic marketing methods and advice that works.

    If your product is 'new and unheard of' - you may have to build your own audience by convincing people they need something they never heard of or wanted. That's the hard way.
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