If you were to start all over Again, What would you do Differently?

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Hi warriors

Just an interesting question I have for everyone....
If you were to start your online marketing journey all over again, what would you do differently? Would you start the same way you did, and change nothing at all? or would you change it up completely?

For me, one thing I would definitely change is to start blogging from the get go. I only discovered blogging last year and it has since opened up new doors for me!

Let me know what you think.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    I would have saved up some money first and then looked for a decent coach or mentor.
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  • Profile picture of the author officer_iron
    I would have learned earlier how important it is to FINISH a product before starting a new one.
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    • Profile picture of the author atvking
      Originally Posted by officer_iron View Post

      I would have learned earlier how important it is to FINISH a product before starting a new one.
      AMEN!

      I would have not started 5 products at the same time. Also I would not be such a perfectionist and delay each product until its absolutely perfect.
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    • Profile picture of the author Geenius
      Originally Posted by officer_iron View Post

      I would have learned earlier how important it is to FINISH a product before starting a new one.
      I definitely agree! This is such a common mistake.
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  • Profile picture of the author MaryKathan
    I would have spent my initial money on a great mentor from the start - instead of buying different products and jumping around trying to figure out what was the best way to go.

    But - I guess when you are just starting it would be difficult to know who the best mentor is without seeing some of their products. That is how I eventually found a great mentor - but I spent money on other products that I see now that they were not right for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author SamuelUherek
    I wouldn't change a lot. Maybe I would try more things to learn faster and also try to be focused on one thing and not 100s.
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  • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
    I would never had gone into blackhat or made software for blackhat. I still make software but I do not use it. I have other people test it.

    I would of did it the right way, I mean the sweat and tear way.
    I would of put aside about fifty percent of all the money I earned.

    But it's good I didn't do those things. I wouldn't of learned near as much as I have.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mark Bradley
      I would have picked one method and persisted 'til I saw
      it through successfully.
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      • Profile picture of the author Geenius
        Originally Posted by Mark Bradley View Post

        I would have picked one method and persisted 'til I saw
        it through successfully.
        So True.

        One of the things that slow us down is the information overload we're being fed out there, and before you know it you've skipped through 5 different methods within one month.
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  • Profile picture of the author SocialBlasting
    I would have concentrated on the two most important areas that I surround everything I do with: growing a list and converting.

    Maybe you're running PPC on facebook and found a good niche where you can spend $10 on ads and get $60 in CPA commissions for a $50 profit. The beginner in me says "sweet I made money, what next"..but the veteran in me says "sweet I made $50, now I can make $500. Maybe now I should capture people's emails somehow..."
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnDBrewer
    Honestly, I am still learning. I began back in November but I definitely did start buying everything under the sun and now I have about $2000 worth of products and tools on my computer. I started Jeff Dedrick and Liz Tomey's 12 month training program in December and am still working on it.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Three things guys.

    Build a list.

    Build a list of buyers (big tip here )

    Offer value.


    No other way to do it. Yah baby!
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve McBride
      Originally Posted by celente View Post

      Three things guys.

      Build a list.

      Build a list of buyers (big tip here )

      Offer value.


      No other way to do it. Yah baby!
      This exactly.

      I spent my first few months working on horrible blogs or trying to make money by sending cold traffic directly to offers.

      I didn't start making a lot of money until I got serious about list building.

      Honestly, if I started all over again, I'd spend the first three months doing nothing but building a massive list and building a great relationship with that list.

      In the end though, I'm happy where I'm at. Ask me again in two years what I wish I was doing now and I bet it will probably be something different than what I'm actually doing. Haha.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by Geenius View Post

    Hi warriors

    Just an interesting question I have for everyone....
    If you were to start your online marketing journey all over again, what would you do differently? Would you start the same way you did, and change nothing at all? or would you change it up completely?

    For me, one thing I would definitely change is to start blogging from the get go. I only discovered blogging last year and it has since opened up new doors for me!

    Let me know what you think.
    1. I would have spent at least 2 to 3 months studying and researching, taking lots of notes (written and voice) before starting my first project.

    2. I would have contacted more people to ask them about their opinions and experiences (there are a lot of helpful people who are happy to answer those types of questions).

    3. Armed with #1 and #2, I would have come up with a basic business plan so I could effectively plan out my days / weeks/ months / etc. and adjust accordingly.

    4. I would have joined an action-minded mastermind a lot sooner. Not the kind where people pop into a chat room and talk about random stuff and some marketing. I'm talking about one where people actually talk about marketing, the tests they've done, projects they're working on and finding ways to help one another.

    And in the abscence of finding one, I would have founded one myself.

    5. I would have created my own products sooner.

    6. I would have built more meaningful business relationships a lot sooner.

    7. I would have built a list(s) a lot sooner.

    8. I would have focused on building a whole line of products instead of just one.

    9. I would have obtained a copy of the Writer's Marketer a lot sooner.

    10. I would have studied how to use free publicity a lot sooner.

    11. I would have attended an IM seminar a lot sooner (after asking people about their experiences, of course).

    12. I would have set aside specific hours for my business a lot sooner.

    13. I would have planned out my days the night before, which would have been based around my business plan. This would have quadrupled my results during my first year.

    14. I would not have bought any new course, software, etc. for my business unless it absolutely warranted it and wouldn't do so until my business started earning some income.

    15. I would have made my tin foil hat a lot sooner so I could block out all the noise.

    There's a lot more, but that's the gist of it. It's time for my mid-afternoon nap. lol

    RoD
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  • Profile picture of the author Spock1
    Blogging is a great idea but not everyone has something to say or wishes to say it if they do.

    I would try to keep a better record of all my passwords and log in names.
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    • Profile picture of the author CreativeFlair
      Originally Posted by Spock1 View Post

      Blogging is a great idea but not everyone has something to say or wishes to say it if they do.
      Blogging is fantastic for SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stan
    I wouldn't have registered 75 domains with a prefix that was as long as the keyword phrase I was targeting....

    But hey, I meant I had to push harder and found some good techniques
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  • Well, I thank I would spend more time workin and less time drinkin shine... awww shucks, who am I kiddin? Folks got to decide whether it is more important to make a livin or drink shine... and THAT is why I ain't makin a livin!!!

    'sides, I inherited enough that I could afford to live the lifestyle of which I had become accustomed. I was left five pigs, four chickins, two goats, six sheeps and the best dadgum recipe for Armadillo Scrapins that most folks would kill for!

    Problem was that I had Kevin Riley, Thomas Belknap, John Schwartz, Ken Strong, Dennis Gaskill and Rod Cortez over for vittles one night and, by coincidence, all my sheeps disappeared! Never have figgered out what happened to them dadgum thangs!
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  • Profile picture of the author J0hnnycl1ckz
    I would cut the time I spent reading what i should do and started "doing" earlier. Also I would of taken my planning phase for a project much much MUCH more seriously. These two things would place me miles ahead of where i am today!
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  • Profile picture of the author Torreylee
    I would have started backlinking my sites sooner and stopped listening to all "white hat" talk....
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      I would have hired writers at the onset rather than doing articles my damn self.
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      • Profile picture of the author Stan
        Originally Posted by myob View Post

        I would have hired writers at the onset rather than doing articles my damn self.
        Ah, yeah.. Very recognizable.
        After the 20th 600 word article I quickly lost motivation
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  • Profile picture of the author jgant
    Not much. I'd have avoided some of the distracting projects that were duds. However, I learned from those and what not to do.

    I earn a full time living from online marketing and did so in a few years, so I can't complain. I doubt there's an offline business I could have started that would:

    Generate the income I have as quickly as it did
    Require very little start-up cash
    Require very little ovehead.

    I don't like overhead. I had an offline business bursting with overhead. None of that now.

    Perhaps I'd focus more on list building earlier, but then I'd have foregone other methods that proved lucrative.

    Sure, I bought some lousy products, wasted time reading / using those lousy products, and getting side-tracked, but who among us hasn't done the same. It's par for the course.

    I'm just grateful I scaled up the few things I did that worked.
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    • Profile picture of the author robestrong
      I would have joined a coaching program immediately. I had plenty of money coming into IM to do so with a high end coach. Wish I had.
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  • Profile picture of the author ciscopower
    I will do the AdWords for Adsense as soon as possible, also for autoblog. And hire as many as workers as I can to do these repeatedly.
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  • Profile picture of the author jgant
    Started building an online biz earlier.
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  • Profile picture of the author NatureGal
    I would set parameters around how much time/money I am willing to spend to pursue an idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author j0b0123
    I would NOT try to scale everything so big so fast. All that happens is 50 open projects, nothing finished, seo that cannot possibly be accomplished etc. I created a few sites, ranked them started making money. Then the old "greed" factor kicked in and I figured if 3 is good, why not 30?? I soon found out why not 30 lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author absolutelee
    Hindsight is 20/20 but often useless. I would love to say that I would have done X, Y, or Z differently, but it's a learning curve. It's kind of like dating before you get married.
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  • Profile picture of the author eastwest97
    I spent too much money on useless stuff and very little time doing necessary stuff. And like so many others have stated, I would have followed one program/idea before jumping onto the next shiny ball.
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    • Profile picture of the author Bryan Zimmerman
      No question I would learn paid traffic immediately. For a long time I ran everything on free traffic. Articles, SEO, blog posts, blog comments, forum posts, etc. I made some good money doing it and I even got into some good conversations that went against people saying to learn paid traffic over the free stuff. I can admit it now that I was wrong lol. Once you learn how to run paid traffic properly, there's such a world of difference. If I had spent as much time learning that as I did in learning SEO, article writing, etc etc it's scary to think how much more I would have made.

      I'll admit I'm still not great at the paid stuff, but I can absolutely see how getting really good at it can be a complete game changer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tech19
    Take all the money I spent on crappy products and go back and put every penny back into building my list and paid traffic sources.
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    • Profile picture of the author Autopilotblogger
      like most of the replies,
      i would just focused on one project until i finish it and stop wasting time by starting projects without finishing any of them
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  • The biggest thing would be to build my list from the beginning, I didn't focus on that from the start like I should have.

    Other than that, the biggest would be to stay focused and stick with projects like mentioned above. Just finish, get it out there and move on to the next. It's way too easy to jump when a new idea comes along.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj V
    I spent over a year just blogging and writing posts every second day for my blogs. I did not monetize my blog or even look at the internet as a source of income. Looking back, I wish I had considered monetizing my blogs and building a customer base from day one because if I had done so I would have been sitting on a good source of income.
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  • Profile picture of the author luckyshah290
    I would start by building a bigger list ..........

    And i would not waste my time promoting junk products from Clickbank ..
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    Getting things down a little better and understanding certain concepts faster.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
    . purchased a war room membership day one
    . studied the war room and absorb forum posts for 6 months or as long as needed
    . continue on a well researched and planned path
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  • Profile picture of the author sandy christine1
    I would have learned marketing and would have hired people to write articles for me instead of writing it by myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author JeremiahSay
    Probably hire a mentor.. Instead of spending thousands of dollars on useless ebooks and softwares!
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  • Profile picture of the author serena85
    I will completely change the branch, I will invest all that I have in the food industry.
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  • Profile picture of the author webdz31
    Well, am still in the reading phase, and all what people said here is very helpful to me to take the right direction.
    Thanks all
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    • Profile picture of the author jayeye
      Originally Posted by webdz31 View Post

      Well, am still in the reading phase, and all what people said here is very helpful to me to take the right direction.
      Thanks all
      I'm in the same boat - reading, but also learning. Every day a little more. I don't think you should rush into things before you gain a certain amount of basic knowledge. Or am I completely bonkers?

      Would be nice to get some opinions as to the "right" time to leap in.

      Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brendan Mace
    I would have picked a course that's recognized for giving the information required to be successful. I then would dedicate all my efforts to the steps required in the course until I achieved success.

    Once I discovered Google Sniper 2.0 my life has never been the same.
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  • Profile picture of the author YourProfessional
    I would have taken action earlier.

    99% of the reason why people don't make money is because they don't take action.

    If I had been working, the way I'm working now, when I got into it years ago - I would have been a millionaire!

    NO DOUBT.
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  • Profile picture of the author Keith Everett
    I would have started building my list from day 1 instead of messing around going off in a dozen different directions.
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    • Profile picture of the author Stan
      Originally Posted by kweb777 View Post

      I would have started building my list from day 1 instead of messing around going off in a dozen different directions.
      Yep, same here. A list and a blog. Still, if I could start over I'd probably do the same things
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    • Profile picture of the author AmitabhB
      I see that lots of us are saying the same thing here. I hate to do that..but I would repeat that again...:rolleyes:

      I would just choose one proven model and just follow that till it starts giving in some tangible results.

      I guess this is one of the most common and biggest mistakes we all make.

      And the best model according to me is: Get up a good squeeze page, Learn and master 2 or 3 traffic methods and just drive traffic to my squeeze page. Building your List of subscribers is the greatest thing you can do in your IM business. I have gone into lot of details in my latest thread titled-

      "How I Made My First $100 (& further) online?! The Best Newbie Model".

      So the best advise for any newcomer getting started...

      "Stop chasing the billion shiny ideas floating around the internet and just concentrate on 1 and only 1 idea till it works."

      That's it!!!

      Thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author kalynna
      How many newbies will find this post and take these pearls of wisdom to heart?
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    • Profile picture of the author Jon Penberthy
      Originally Posted by kweb777 View Post

      I would have started building my list from day 1 instead of messing around going off in a dozen different directions.
      Couldn't agree more!
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    I will start all over again.
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  • Profile picture of the author richblogs
    I'd like to have realized sooner I could make a decent amount of money by applying my skills to other peoples' projects and getting paid, rather than relying on my own projects to be successful.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nicholas Ho
    FOCUS on one market, and FOCUS on strategies that are proven to work.

    Eliminate the rest.
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  • Profile picture of the author Weby Digital
    I would have not started with AdSense and gone directly with list building and product /services creation / promotion.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandy christine1
    I would first save all the money which I have spended on buying different products and softwares.
    And to start doing an online biz!
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  • Profile picture of the author Geenius
    Thank you for all the replies.. Awesome!
    One thing I also would have done differently was to discover Warrior Forum sooner!
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  • Profile picture of the author myiphoneapp
    there is nothing more except panda update, we have consider panda update algorithm, we have have to use unique content for link building, use all same activity link directory submission, article submission, forum posting etc... nothing more...
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    • Profile picture of the author Geenius
      Originally Posted by myiphoneapp View Post

      there is nothing more except panda update, we have consider panda update algorithm, we have have to use unique content for link building, use all same activity link directory submission, article submission, forum posting etc... nothing more...
      Could you please explain what a panda update is? Is it under internet marketing or an iphone app.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aussie_Al
    I wouldn't change a thing - through every mistake I made I learned what to do and not do - it seemed that for me every "ah hah" moment came at exactly the right time I needed it to , no regrets at all

    Although I say that now...at time it was a different story - ha ha
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  • Profile picture of the author Ana Danel
    I would have definitely started outsourcing right away instead of trying to learn every single thing myself and I would have started building a list from the beginning.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanmilligan
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    Built a list sooner and started to build relationships sooner also.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dreamer333
      I first began exploring the IM idea after buying Joe Vitale's book about 3 years ago but got discouraged after a few weeks and gave up. When I came across this forum about a month ago I was like - Dang! Had I found this 3 years ago, no telling where I'd be today. Now I get up every morning excited and confident that I have the support I need to keep moving forward. After allowing myself enough time to learn as much as I can from the forums, I have a pretty clear vision of what I want to accomplish and am taking action. The main advice I've been following - start with one product that I'm passionate about and start building my list. Can't wait to see where I'll be in a year.

      A huge "thanks" to all the warriors who take the time to post and help out the newbies.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elmar
    I would take lots of action before I knew every single step along the way.
    Would learn more from experience than from others.
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  • Profile picture of the author DreamWarrior
    I would most likely change things and kept (or enhanced) the best parts.

    If you don't give something a go in the first place, you'd never know if you should've done it differently. Taking the first step to success is better than pondering about it and wondering if things would work out.

    Don't wait for something to happen, make the required changes as you continually learn in order to have success in what you do.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I would built a Blogger blog, threw Adsense and Clickbank on it, market the blog like a champ, and drove mad traffic to it. But i'm on to bigger and better things now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Victoralexon
    I would have sacrificed a bit of reading and done more work instead.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claire Koch
    backup my sites better. thats not a joke most people reading this willl pass it off .>>> DON"T <<<
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  • Profile picture of the author Slave
    They keep saying the money is in the list and it's true, so I would get myself a mentor to teach me the right way to build my list from the outset instead of paying out all that money on hyped-up trype we all buy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Penberthy
    Building my list has been my biggest asset but I didn't start until like a year after starting my business, So if I was to start over it would be building my list from the word go.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    Its interesting to see how many people said they would "get a mentor" ....yet it seems most here are still reluctant to do so, and will probably continue to buy BSO $3 WSO's.
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    • Profile picture of the author EdwinBrownJr
      If I were to start all over again,

      I would have not started out doing surveys for money...

      I would have not started out freebie trading...

      I probably would have not bought all those domains just because they sounded good

      I probably would probably would have not bought all those scripts
      because I thought I was going to start the next big thing

      ( The Next Craigslist, The Next Ebay, The Next Digg, The Next Facebook
      The Next iTunes, The Next Flippa, The Next Microsoft, The Next Netflix

      The Next fmylife, The Next Craigslist(tried twice) The Next airbnb,
      The Next Tinyurl, The Next Google...)

      Hey I guess clone scripts just are not my thing:confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    I would avoid the "Shiny Object Syndrome" and focus on one thing that fits my style. The amount of WSOs I bought 2 years ago all telling me different things is staggering..

    Oh, and doing proper keyword research.
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  • Profile picture of the author asocialmarketer
    I would focus on one main site rather than focusing on several different sites. And i would make more use of social media and content marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin X
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    Originally Posted by Geenius View Post

    Hi warriors

    Just an interesting question I have for everyone....
    If you were to start your online marketing journey all over again, what would you do differently? Would you start the same way you did, and change nothing at all? or would you change it up completely?

    For me, one thing I would definitely change is to start blogging from the get go. I only discovered blogging last year and it has since opened up new doors for me!

    Let me know what you think.

    Me too! If I had just started blogging first, and then worried about learning IM as I went along...id be so much further ahead than I am now. =/

    on that note, it seems like blogging is becoming more like a requirement or prerequisite to someone's online biz.
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