A while back I realized the single reason I wasn't seeing any success.
See I was extremely close to giving up completely and never looking back. I even put up a post saying I was thinking about, kind of a cry for help.
The support I got from this forum was absolutely ridiculous. So many people posted replies to that post with all kinds of support and encouragement to keep going.
So I decided not to give up. Instead what I did was turn off the TV, my phone, and computer, and I just laid in bed thinking.
I thought about my internet marketing journey so far, what I had done right, what I had done wrong, the money I had wasted, all that good stuff.
I was trying to clear my mind of the mountains of information that I had accumulated over those two years and make some sense out of it.
I am almost embarrassed to say this, and I don't know why it took me so long to realize it. I had more than enough knowledge to succeed online, that wasn't the issue here.
So what was it?
I wasn't focusing. For some reason it took me two and a half years to finally see that I hadn't really put a huge amount of effort into one thing, I had only put a decent amount of effort into a lot of things.
If it didn't work after a little while, I got bored and moved on. Oh how stupid.
So I decided to do something about it. The thing I knew the most about was article marketing, so I decided to start with that.
I found a niche, did some keyword research, and cracked down and wrote a ton of articles and submitted them to EZA.
Guess what happened? I got a sale a few days later. I was ecstatic and angry at myself at the same time for taking so long to see this.
What should you take away from this? Pick one method and stay focused on it for a long while and don't expect any results right away.
There have been quite a bit of posts about this but I figured I would give my experience with it because it is so important.
Stay focused! Pick one method and try it out. Power through the boredom and monotony and just stay focused.
Anyway I hope that helped at least a little.
Thanks for reading,