How to guarantee failure with Internet Marketing in 2019

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Start with no plan of what you want to achieve.

Buy a new *method* "system" "product" "process" every week and don't implement anything you learn from your first or subsequent purchases.

Think you can make money from day one.

Think IM is free so you don't need any capital to start or survive.

Invest what you cannot afford to lose.

Spend time on unimportant or irrelevant work at the expense of dedicating time to building a system that works.

Believe someone else has the secret or key to your success.

Believe when you buy a course, training, white-paper or guide the work has already been done so all you need to do is read and learn without taking any action or applying any of the strategies you might discover.

Believing IM generates passive income.

Think having a good domain name is all that it takes.

Thinking all you need is a website, name, logo etc.

Thinking all you need is traffic.

Thinking Google, Facebook etc owes you a living.

Thinking now that you've learnt a little about something you don't need to learn more.

Thinking you've got the best idea so it cannot fail.

Thinking if you built it they will come.

Wasting time building something no-one wants to buy or even use even if it was free.

Giving up on regular daily income, like a job, when you haven't got anything to replace that income.

Giving up on anything you do try too soon.

Not changing or giving up when things are never going to work.

Not having a plan B

Not having a plan C, D, E, F etc

I'm sure others can add to this list.

What would you say guarantees failure at Internet Marketing in 2019?

Happy New Year.

Best regards,

Ozi
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  • Profile picture of the author SARubin
    OK Ozi, I'll add my 2 cents to the list. Some of my answers are similar to yours, with just a few extra words added in for emphasis...

    For those of you who believe the surest path to success is to "fail fast, and fail often," here's a few ways you can quickly accelerate your path to failure...


    1 - Get a creative idea in your head, and just start working on it. Start building the product immediately, and spend all of your time on it.
    Don't bother finding out if it's something that anyone else actually wants. No need to do any market research, or even see if there's a demand for it. Because if you think it's great, then obviously everyone else in the world will think it's great too.


    2 - Once you start your idea... Make it perfect. I mean nitpick the hell out of it, and make sure you leave no room for error. You can't let anyone else in the world know about it until you've eliminated every possible thing that isn't perfect. Because if anyone ever spots a single flaw, the whole world will laugh at you.
    When you've got it just right, put it away for a while... then come back to it later and spend more time making it even more perfect.


    3 - Find an over saturated market that already exists, and has a ton of competition. Because if everyone and their dog is jumping on the bandwagon, then it must be a good thing.
    No need to improve it, or change it in any way. Simply sell the same thing as everyone else, in the same way that everyone else is doing it. Because clearly you can simply dive right into this over-saturated market, and make sooooo much more money than everyone else.

    On the other hand...

    If a product has been around for a while and most of the competition has died off, or every company is competing on a "lowest price" strategy, that means the market is yours for the taking. Because obviously you're one of the few people in the entire world that can take a product with no profit margin, or one that nobody wants, and turn it into a million dollar empire.


    4 - Only think about marketing your business after you launch it. Because marketing is the least important part, and a solid marketing strategy should only take a day or two before the whole world is beating a path to your door.
    In fact, if it's a really great product you simply need to build it... and hoards of people will naturally show up, without any advertising or marketing on your part.


    5 - Go into business with the mindset that it should be quick and easy to make lots of money. There's no need to do any time consuming work, or spend much effort learning any processes.
    Building a successful business is easy, and you simply need to find the right "secret method," or "magic system," that will take you from zero to a million, within a few weeks.
    Ignore the obvious fact that if it were really that easy, everyone in the world would be a millionaire. (That type of logical, realistic thinking will only hold you back from grabbing your share of easy money)


    6 - Finally, spend less time working on your business, and more time romanticizing about all the awesome things you'll buy with your millions of dollars. In fact, spend more time doing this, than working on anything else.
    Because if you simply think about being successful, and really believe it's already yours, then you'll become a money magnet and success will automatically be drawn to you. And you'll hardly need to lift a finger to make all your dreams come true.


    So there you go... If you truly believe you need to "fail to succeed" - there's a few solid ways for you to quickly get the ball rolling.

    Follow one of them, or all of them, and you should be failing at business in no time flat.
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    great post but I wouldnt agree with
    "Think IM is free so you don't need any capital to start or survive."
    I started my first businesses from scrarch without any capital and it worked
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by luciesmazanska View Post

      I started my first businesses from scrarch without any capital and it worked
      One in a thousand is not a stat for anyone to look to replicate. There are always rare exceptions to every rule. Best to ignore them.
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      Originally Posted by luciesmazanska View Post

      I started my first businesses from scrarch without any capital and it worked
      What a scam! If I were you, I'd send Ozi all your profits.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    What would you say guarantees failure at Internet Marketing in 2019?
    The belief you are exempt from the basic rules/timelines of starting a business online because you 'need money', 'have a crisis', have to 'earn $$$ fast'.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    What would you say guarantees failure at Internet Marketing in 2019?
    Thinking along these lines:

    don't need it for this. it sells itself
    This is from a recent email conversation with someone who ostensibly was interested in marketing software but actually was trying to pitch me their MLM.

    Apparently, this "health" product is sooo hot, you don't need to do silly things like capture leads and follow up with them.

    If you are building an online business, and you hope to be successful then you will understand that products and programs come and go, things like promotion, follow-up, and sales psychology are the core of a business.

    Party On!!

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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    There are a number of good points, one thing I wanted to throw in is to succeed - you need to fail.

    Not all campaigns/projects will be a success. However when you don't succeed, you need to learn from it so you can further your knowledge and do better the next time.

    "You never fail until you quit"
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by ChrisBa View Post

      There are a number of good points, one thing I wanted to throw in is to succeed - you need to fail.
      While most people fail repeatedly, many have success right out of the box. Failure is not a mandatory prerequisite for success.

      "You never fail until you quit"
      You will surely fail if you're not smart enough and brave enough to quit when it's the right thing to do.

      You wanna fail in life? Be a slave to trite clichés.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
    Originally Posted by Oziboomer View Post

    I'm sure others can add to this list.
    What would you say guarantees failure at Internet Marketing in 2019?
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by tryinhere View Post

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      Not checking that your sig link resolves properly would be up there.
      I believe that you may not be getting access because you are not a War Room member. That's where those links, lead to.
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    First product of 2019, I will extend this guarantee.

    "I guarantee you will fail if you follow the directions contained in this report, IF, you somehow succeed and make it work, I'll give you a 100% refund, fair enough?"

    We'll see how it goes.

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    not war room - looks like links are caught in the continuing 'mess' in the Marketplace...
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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      not war room - looks like links are caught in the continuing 'mess' in the Marketplace...
      My heart was in the right place. You know, that lump of black coal in my chest cavity. :-)
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      Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

      I believe that you may not be getting access because you are not a War Room member. That's where those links, lead to.
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      not war room - looks like links are caught in the continuing 'mess' in the Marketplace...
      Yes been a war room member since I was a little boy growing up here, many moons ago now.
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        Originally Posted by tryinhere View Post

        Yes been a war room member since I was a little boy growing up here, many moons ago now.
        I would have thought by now you would have escaped the old neighborhood in search of a better life. :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    Originally Posted by Oziboomer View Post

    What would you say guarantees failure at Internet Marketing in 2019?
    Just giving up (on their overall goal of being successful) way too soon. It takes a time and (like Chris mentioned) sometimes several "failures" before a person succeeds.

    Honestly I think that's true for the vast majority of People hoping to be successful.

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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

      Just giving up (on their overall goal of being successful) way too soon.
      What's the rule for how many days before deciding you've made a grave error and it's time to cut bait?

      Enquiring minds, want to know.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
        Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

        What's the rule for how many days before deciding you've made a grave error and it's time to cut bait?
        Well I don't think it happens in "days." Usually a Person has to keep learning from their mistakes before they find something that's helpful/successful.
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        • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
          Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

          Well I don't think it happens in "days." Usually a Person has to keep learning from their mistakes before they find something that's helpful/successful.
          So, you just keep making mistakes, forever, refusing to ever admit you made a mistake and just quitting and moving on to something else that could bring you success..

          That's the definition of a, "Total Loser." lol

          Knowing when to quit takes intelligence, common-sense, honest introspection, self-confidence and courage. It's easy to understand why many would rather just subscribe to following a trite cliché, like, "Never, quit." People like that should never be admired. They should be ridiculed and pitied.
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          • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
            Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

            So, you just keep making mistakes, forever, refusing to ever admit you made a mistake and just quitting and moving on to something else that could bring you success..

            That's the definition of a, "Total Loser." lol
            Well I didn't say "forever." That's kind of common sense.

            However I still believe that most [many?] People would be successful if they decided not to quit. That's a definition of a "winner" (IMO.) To keep going no matter what.


            Knowing when to quit takes intelligence, common-sense, honest introspection, self-confidence and courage. It's easy to understand why many would rather just subscribe to following a trite cliché, like, "Never, quit." People like that should never be admired. They should be ridiculed and pitied.
            I agree it's important to know when to quit ... However it's equally important to realize that with more persistence susses is more likely.
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            • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
              Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

              Well I didn't say "forever." That's kind of common sense.
              So - I ask again. When does one quit?

              However I still believe that most [many?] People would be successful if they decided not to quit.
              That's your belief and you are welcome to it.

              That's a definition of a "winner" (IMO.) To keep going no matter what.
              Pick a position. You're all over the place. I'm not sure you actually believe anything. You just like to argue and stomp your feet. lol

              it's important to know when to quit ...
              This is a fact.

              However it's equally important to realize that with more persistence susses is more likely.
              This is a possibility - having nothing to do with fact. The possibility exist that with continued persistence, one might never succeed. That's why the word 'failure' was created.
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              • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
                Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                So - I ask again. When does one quit?
                When they have an "Overall Goal" (like making a six-figure/year income) ... They should quit what isn't working (with their Websites etc.) and then try another approach

                Pick a position. You're all over the place. I'm not sure you actually believe anything. You just like to argue and stomp your feet. lol
                Lol. OK.

                This is a possibility - having nothing to do with fact. The possibility exist that with continued persistence, one might never succeed. That's why the word 'failure' was created.
                I honestly don't believe in "failure." I just think it's something a Person can learn from to help them on their journey to success.
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                • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
                  Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

                  When they have an "Overall Goal" (like making a six-figure/year income) ... They should quit what isn't working (with their Websites etc.) and then try another approach
                  I see. You don't really have a answer. No one does as it's for each individual to decide having absolutely nothing to do with any outside influences, bumper-sticker slogans or wall poster sayings.

                  I honestly don't believe in "failure."
                  Only failures say that. It sounds wise and noble. lol

                  I just think it's something a Person can learn from to help them on their journey to success.
                  I'll see about getting the word removed from the dictionary for you. If you don't believe in it, there is no use keeping a word around that means absolutely nothing.

                  Do you read and evaluate your posts and think about how they are going to make you look, before hitting 'Submit?"
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                  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
                    Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                    I'll see about getting the word removed from the dictionary for you. If you don't believe in it, there is no use keeping a word around that means absolutely nothing.
                    Well that's your opinion -- and you're entitled to it -- however (*gasp*) no everyone thinks like you do, Personally I don't think there's anything wrong from learning from "failure" (etc.) ... That's just my opinion.
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                    • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
                      Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

                      Personally I don't think there's anything wrong from learning from "failure"
                      Learning from failure is not the issue, it's knowing when to "fold 'em" and rework the plan.

                      Everyone wants to be the "boss" but they don't realize that means you are the CEO, the CFO, COO, and all the other acronyms. That's YOU!

                      You are responsible for ALL the important decisions. Successful business owners make more wise decisions than not. Knowing when to "cut bait" is one of the most important.

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                      • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
                        Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

                        Knowing when to "cut bait" is one of the most important.
                        Notice how when YOU say it, he thanks you for your obvious insightfulness.

                        When I say it, all I get is petulance. lol
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                          Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                          Notice how when YOU say it, he thanks you for your obvious insightfulness.

                          When I say it, all I get is petulance. lol
                          The lion of the WF does not concern himself with the opinions of the sheep.

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                          PS. May not be able to live off of slogans, but stolen, twisted, and repurposed Game Of Thrones sayings is like manna from the Gods; old, new, and the one. Keeps ME nourished.

                          And remember, the WF is dark, and full of terrors: i.e. - common sense, well articulated thoughts, and real experience talking.
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                    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
                      Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

                      Well that's your opinion -- and you're entitled to it -- however (*gasp*) no everyone thinks like you do,
                      Which explains why the world is in the fetid condition it's in. Better luck, next year.

                      Personally I don't think there's anything wrong from learning from "failure" (etc.) ... That's just my opinion.
                      Correct - an opinion with no basis in fact as to how long one should go on learning from their failures, before quitting. You know the absolute best thing that you can learn from your umpteenth failure? THAT IT'S TIME TO QUIT!!!

                      But, wait - I thought there was no such thing as failure? WRONG!!! Once you reach the state of failure you quit and try something new. We are not all Thomas Edisons.

                      Of course, if all one has ever known is abject failure they are probably very comfortable with failure and can easily stew in that pot, forever - and a day!

                      "Winners know when to quit and losers never quit their failures." They'll nurse them all the way to skid row. lol Someone should have reminded them that you only live once and that life is short.

                      All through my business life, the instant I knew failure was on the horizon, I instantly bailed. Doing that cut down the time and wasted resources in order to finally achieve success. If you can't see the logic in that - oh, never mind. I already know you can't. :-)
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                      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
                        Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                        Correct - an opinion with no basis in fact as to how long one should go on learning from their failures, before quitting. You know the absolute best thing that you can learn from your umpteenth failure? THAT IT'S TIME TO QUIT!!!
                        Believe or not, we're actually in agreement. You didn't
                        read my post close enough: Of course there is such a
                        thing as "failure" ― it happens to many (if not most)
                        Entrepreneurs.

                        And I definitely agree, that if something isn't working,
                        then you should quit and try something else (preferably
                        with something learned from the failure.) Now here's the
                        important part (that you missed) so pay attention:

                        A Person doesn't have to give up on their
                        overall goal of being successful.


                        They just have to change their approach to it. That's where
                        the learning from "failure" applies. And yes sometimes that
                        means "quitting" what isn't working and trying something else.
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              • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
                Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                So - I ask again. When does one quit?
                Recently for me it was in a quiet moment when standing back and looking at everything and asking myself is there a better way to achieve the outcome I am looking for.

                Will this path I'm on take me there, or is there a better path that can be walked, so I suppose and I speak for my self, I often review / question everything I am doing, and that does not mean jumping in and making instant decisiions like a packet of 2 minute noodles, but it does mean looking and evaluating constantly.

                However in that, regardless of review time once it became clear that the current path was not the best one, then it took seconds for me make the decision (to quit) and in that term I would like to remove the meaning of the word quit, as that can term can be applied to, that I did quit doing the things the way I was doing them, to embrace a new diretion along the same destination path for better words.

                It can and did seem hard, to through out years of direction time and money spent to take a new path, but better than staying on a hamster wheel travelling slow and or in circles, so making that call to quit (if we call it that) / to take a new direction has been worth it.

                With that I will continue to review everything in my quiet time and if after careful thought if I need to "quit" and adjust again I will.
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                • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
                  Originally Posted by tryinhere View Post

                  With that I will continue to review everything in my quiet time and if after careful thought if I need to "quit" and adjust again I will.
                  We are comfortables with our failure and change is scary and fraught with peril. You could make things worse. lol

                  Most people who are smart enough to be in business can recognize when it's time to start fresh. People who have never done anything in their lives are the only ones who don't understand this.

                  Man cannot live by slogans, alone.
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                  • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
                    Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                    We are comfortables with our failure and change is scary and fraught with peril. You could make things worse. lol
                    .
                    Yes that always goes through your mind, and as a result it can then become easier to stay with the direction or path your on for fear of further failure, so it can take a big set of balls to pull up stumps on years and many dollars invested, add to that is, most people fear looking like a failure because they "seem to have failed" in the eyes of others, only when you stop being scared can you have the courage to move forward.

                    I think as children we are often taught / conditioned wrong by those around us, who describe everything we do when younger as a failure, if something does not turn out, that is so wrong to condition people like that, but it abounds in countless people who in themselves achieve nothing, so stop listening to these people, instead listen to people who are already where you want to be, and back yourself in regardless.

                    anyway wishing all a great year ahead.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Flm
    Failure comes when you stop testing.
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  • Profile picture of the author drmani
    What would you say guarantees failure at Internet Marketing in 2019?
    "Retain the same mindset that held you back in the past."
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  • Profile picture of the author Anthony Rousek
    Im is very hard indeed, not for everyone. I think creating value becoming an "Influencer" is a must if you want to succeed with IM too
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by Anthony Rousek View Post

      Im is very hard indeed, not for everyone. I think creating value becoming an "Influencer" is a must if you want to succeed with IM too

      Not relevant to the original post.
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  • Profile picture of the author mailhotjm
    Great post !!!




    Most important things I learned since I started IM:


    - being authentic and delivering value is a priority
    - an email list is not an option, it is a requirement
    - seo takes a lot of hard work and much patience
    - advertising knowledge and capital means growth
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by mailhotjm View Post

      Great post !!!

      Most important things I learned since I started IM:

      - being authentic and delivering value is a priority
      - an email list is not an option, it is a requirement
      - seo takes a lot of hard work and much patience
      - advertising knowledge and capital means growth

      Not relevant to the original post.
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  • Profile picture of the author naviown
    I think all steps to fail is same in any year, it's 2018 or 2019, same step to failing is the same.
    But I am thinking, that you must fail before you reach success. It's almost impsible to reach success without failing first. You can fail one time, you can fail two times,you can fail 100 times before reaching success. And you never know, maybe your success is just on the corner and you give up before reaching this corner.

    So biggest fail is to give up.
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    Naht sure how I missed this first time round, Ozi.

    You on my list of key warriors always to check in on.

    Anyways, to your diversely pinpoint list I would add jus' 2 more items.

    1) Overlookin' Moi whenya are desprit for way srs writin' jus' bcs I clearly a ditz.

    2) Bitin' the head offa a python.

    (Gotta figure point 2 kinda multitasks out here on other stuff at which it might be possible to fail -- like runnin' a restaurant, playin' baseball or researchin' udders so's the planet can produce & consoom milk more effectively an' healthily -- but that is prolly bcs pythons are so deadly you gotta watch out regardless.)

    Happy Noo Year also, time zone fiend.

    Gotta love how weirdsy marsoopials got temporal evolootion figured aheada the resta the planet's menagerie.
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    Lightin' fuses is for blowin' stuff together.

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  • Profile picture of the author Pdomain
    I will say:

    learn from your failure and don't repeat it!
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    Coming soon!

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