If you were a newbie would you pay for a guide which will tell you how to make money online? (poll)

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Yes I would. I went for 3 months without earning a penny before I started to make money online.

Would you?
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  • Profile picture of the author LegitIncomes
    Of course most beginners will pay for helpful information.
    Otherwise the WSO forum wouldn't exist.
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  • Profile picture of the author arranrice
    I'm taking about a complete newbie guide even going through the steps of buying a domain ect...
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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by arranrice View Post

      I'm taking about a complete newbie guide even going through the steps of buying a domain ect...
      If you are looking for WSO ideas it's been done 100 times.
      You would have to find a unique way of presenting the info.
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      • Profile picture of the author DJ739
        Yes, I would. But I would rather pay for a video.
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        • Profile picture of the author Robert X
          Originally Posted by DJ739 View Post

          Yes, I would. But I would rather pay for a video.
          Exactly,, Thank you. And this is why I am into video,, video creation,, I create video courses,,,, everything video!!!

          I agree with you. And newbies,, listen up,, videos can teach so much easier. I don't know about you but I'd rather see than hear how it's done;

          Booyah!!!!! you got it my man

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        • Profile picture of the author Robert X
          Originally Posted by DJ739 View Post

          Yes, I would. But I would rather pay for a video.
          Yes! Yes! Yes! Newbies... pay attention here. Video. This is what I am all about. Video is king! If you ain't doin' video you ain't got $hi+!!!!!

          Don't be fooled by people tellin' you to buy or create PDF crap. The big boys use video and so should you. You newbies could get so much farther faster if you just simply stick to video. Make videos,, buy video courses,, but watch out for the boring videos.

          This guy got it right, VIDEO.

          Nothing else,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, video. If you don't agree,, you must be half retarded.
          They say a pic is worth a 1000 words,, so video equals? a jillion?
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  • Profile picture of the author arranrice
    Maybe a guide for different amouts of investment.
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  • Profile picture of the author LiquidSeo
    Originally Posted by doshmachine View Post

    Absolutely, newbies should just be choosy in what they buy! Look around and get the best value for money. Good information and training will save you a lot of time and have you making money faster.

    This is an example of a good value WSO and great training package at reasonable cost - you would pay a lot more for this kind of thing elsewhere and get much less bang for your buck!

    Total Niche Takeover: Discover How To Beat Google "Search Plus Your World" In 2012!

    Basic guides for beginners are useful and if you can lead them from the basic steps into actually making money then of course they will be interested.
    I agree Dosh - the right content when picked up as a WSO will save you hundreds of dollars over almost anywhere else.
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  • Profile picture of the author JerrickYeoh
    Nope . I wont spend any money for startup to earn money online.
    Because if you do hardwork to read more and search more, mostly you can find free information sharing around on net and on success blogger to look forward how they make money .
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    • Profile picture of the author William Prawira
      If I'm a newbie, I'd spent my money on audios about IM success stories

      Originally Posted by JerrickYeoh View Post

      Nope . I wont spend any money for startup to earn money online.
      Because if you do hardwork to read more and search more, mostly you can find free information sharing around on net and on success blogger to look forward how they make money .
      couldn't agree more...The only money I spent on when I first started , spent on my monthly hosting. That's because I didn't have spare money even to go for the yearly one...

      Yup...That's right...Luckily, It didn't took long before I started making some money. I re invest all the money I earn and multiply it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I voted for "yes". I've already done this and i have gotten nowhere with it. But with alot of trial and error and years of experience, i know what i'm doing now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Linley
    Of course before purchasing, we should be able to gather different guides that offer help to our purpose. And then from there, we can select and pick the best ones with consideration to the amount of help it could give us and the price it offers. If I'm a newbie, I'd really buy a guide - but I'll make sure I do precautionary steps first before settling on one guide to buy.
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  • Profile picture of the author shireen
    Definitely :-)

    Need to invest before getting the fruits.

    If you're investing in WSO, check their reviews carefully 1st before putting in your hard earned $$$

    Hope it helps :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author curly sue
      we all have to start from somewhere!
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      • Profile picture of the author martijnboersma
        If I were a newbie looking for a way to make money online and I would find a how-to guide for which I have to pay, I would think that the person offering the guide already knows how to and is making money of newbies that want to
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      • Profile picture of the author ankur420420
        Hi

        I would never pay for information as there is a lot of free information available on the internet for newbies

        Why would somebody sell a 10000$/month "trick" for 99.99$ ???

        Dont you think there is something fishy behind such things

        I truly respect all WSOs and have learnt a lot from them but here I am referring to those 1 page websites which guarantee 13487$/month with crappy screenshots...

        thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author Mena Jo
        No I wouldn't, but then I have a background as a researcher (therefore used to seeking out information and applying it quickly). I've learnt that Google, Youtube in particular, are my friends. And they continue to help me make sales and grow my business even after just a few months of starting out in IM.

        If you're resourceful enough you will find all you need and more for free. It really isn't rocket science.

        Rather than paying for very basic information I'd rather invest that money in IM tools and resources which will drive my business forward i.e. autoresponders, keyword search tools, solo ads, mentoring (not quite ready for that yet but defo on the cards for when I take things to the next level).

        But that's just me...
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      • Profile picture of the author messiah
        Originally Posted by sexy sue View Post

        we all have to start from somewhere!
        I'm with Sue on this one and just about everyone I know who's in IM has bought one, two or even hundreds of books teaching all sorts of aspects of IM from the ground level on up. We were all new once.

        Hosting, FTP, Wordpress etc. are all solid ideas for newbie books.

        Be careful with WSO's though because this place is becoming the next Clickbank and some of the products are a little iffy. Not all, but some.

        Buy from reputable people.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ltespd
        I'd certainly pay for a proven, comprehensive noob guide.
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      • Profile picture of the author rob corrigan
        Hi guys,

        when I started online I spent way to much on products that promised that they could make me money online, the big problem was information overload and chasing one shiny thing after another without spending the time to getting something working.

        Rob
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      • Profile picture of the author David Sneen
        There are a variety of sources that a newbie can go to for this type of information. Of course, you do not need even half of the newbies to become buyers. You just need to get a solid message out to a bunch of them and let them sort themselves out. A 2% buyer rate might be enough, if you can get in front of enough prospects. That is what I would shoot for.
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  • Profile picture of the author planetlubs
    If I have already made up my mind to start making money online, then definitely I will buy a guide that shows me how. But if I am still on the fences, not yet sure about what I should do with my life, then I will keep searching for free information.

    So it will depend on where I am with regard to my choices.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert X
    Yes,, and I would have paid handsomely to know what I know now. But newbies don't know this,, unfortunately
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  • Profile picture of the author planetlubs
    If I have already made up my mind to start making money online, then definitely I will buy a guide that can help me avoid the mistakes others have made.

    But if I am still on the fences, not sure and not yet decided, I will continue to look for free information until I get enough to get me started without paying for a guide.

    So it depends.
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  • Profile picture of the author nadal619
    Yes of course , to start making money you need to spend some money .
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  • Profile picture of the author megawarrior
    Possibly. Actually, I did purchase a WSO or two about making money several years ago when I started out (I was seeking methods, NOT guides on how to register a domain, host a site, register for adsense, etc). But I stuck mostly with free info back then. I think most people who are yet to have made a penny online are reluctant to spend money on info, especially given all the information freely available. Unless of course the guide contains unsaturated/unique ideas or specialist information.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Barrs
    Perhaps... but what would make it seem any different to the billion other guides out there that others offer....?

    That's what I'd want to know.

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  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    First thing I did when I first started out, was seek a guide to take me through everything I needed to know to get going and beyond, and though - looking back now - the info was super basic... It cut literally months of my learning and accelerated my progress tenfold.

    The only tricky thing is, there's a lot of crap out there that may seduce you to buy their stuff so make sure to do your research not only on the guide... But the marketer who created it.

    James Scholes
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    Would I take money-making advice from a newbie?

    That would not be too smart of me if the newbie wasn't actually making any yet, would it?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tyke
    I think a guide explaining the various terminology within IM would be a great place to start. When I first started looking at this stuff, they were talking about things like "squeeze pages", which sounded to me like some kind of kinky porno term I'd never come across before! And I'd come across some pretty kinky things up til then....
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  • Profile picture of the author fbauto1
    Im not sure. It's a gamble.
    Who's to say the WSO you're gonna buy isn't readily available on the netz ?
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  • Profile picture of the author tim_buchalka
    I answered yes, leveraging skills from other people who have been there, done that is the way to go. Why reinvent the wheel?
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  • Profile picture of the author David Mcalorum
    You can either research it yourself, or take the plunge and
    shell out some cash. The great thing about paying for something
    is that you are more likely to actually take action on the information
    considering that you have actually invested in it.

    I have done and will continue to do both
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  • Profile picture of the author wakins4u
    I would (and I did when i first started off). Although these were cheap guides (not too expensive at all), but at least it gave me the guidance I needed to head in the right direction.
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  • Profile picture of the author lukedidit
    No,

    Its all information that is freely available on sites such as vipechill.com and smartpassiveincome.com

    Also you need to learn how to mine information eventually (Google Fu!) otherwise you will always be left behind.
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  • Profile picture of the author SamuelUherek
    Sure I would. Like sexy sue said "we all have to start from somewhere!"
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  • Profile picture of the author PAH Tim
    I'd have to say yes. If I actually found a guide from the hundreds that are posted in the WSO forum, I'd probably be interested in buying such information. The trick is to filter out the ones that aren't worth spending your money on..
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  • Profile picture of the author PAH Tim
    Duplicate post. Sorry.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raja Kamil
    depends.....
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  • Profile picture of the author sandebdavid
    Definitely yes, every business requires some investment if you expect to reap from it.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandebdavid
    Def. yes, every business requires some investment if you expect to reap from it
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  • Profile picture of the author chemicalpali
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    Yes, I would. But I would love to read thousand of review b4 invest in any guide..
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  • Profile picture of the author Jetmir
    I'm sure anyone would do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author mhartmann
    I started with a guide (Day Job Killer, if I remember right) and it was just the start I needed. I would do it again!
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  • Profile picture of the author peptone
    Definitely, yes. I would want to learn from someone who's done it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Christines Dream
      Definitely! And I have more than a few times. Each time I learn something new. I've also paid for mentoring and have found that to be valuable also.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Ogbin
    of course I bought guides about making money online. Because they take them much more time to gadder this info that presented in their ebooks.

    I prefer reading eBooks more than video tutorials or any other method of learning.

    All you need is to invest your money in a comprehensive guide that simple each step and is like monitor for you.

    You could check for Warrior Special Offer Forum and find the appropriate one.

    I am not promoting my eBook here; I almost finish from writing an eBook in making money online provide much proven methods such as choosing the right domain namen choosing the perfect web hosting,
    how to build a website, SEO, Article writing, article submission, directory submission, social media marketing, facebook marketing, twitter marketing, squidoo marketing, youtube marketing, HubPages marketing and others.

    Everyone would do well to remember that all successful business stands on the foundation of morality.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurenceh
    I'd say the WSO Forum, along with the millions of dollars spent in the MMO niche is all the proof you need that YES, people will pay money for a guide on how to make money!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dimitris Skiadas
    I have literally paid hundreds of dollars before i started making money online. The point is not only to pay for a making money online guide.

    The point is to TAKE ACTION and implement everything you will learn in there to actually make money online.Got it?

    Dimitris
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  • Profile picture of the author KimboJim
    I tend to be leery of people offering this service, but they can prove that they are able to actually guide me, then I probably would.
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  • Profile picture of the author prian
    yeah sure, isn't most wso is about how to make money online?
    however, in most cases, a newbie with money will often buy many WSO's..
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  • Profile picture of the author Cybria
    I would pay for a guide/dictionary of internet marketing terms because I've yet to find a good one online. All of the information I've learned has come in bits and pieces.
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  • Profile picture of the author richrowley
    Yes absolutely, but I would do plenty of research first to ensure that I was buying something worthwhile.

    Although I say that with the power of hindsight. When I was a newbie I spent plenty of money on courses that weren't to good. I also went from one shiny thing to the next until I relasised I had to stick at and get good at one thing at a time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hustle
    Yes, I would.
    And lets be honest, we've all done that. No?
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  • Profile picture of the author Michelle Stevens
    Most definitely if I thought it was going to help
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelSJohn
    You can't learn from yourself. The problem though would be would I trust that person to give me solid information. Honestly, there are enough people on here who have enough knowledge better than any guide you can buy unless you are going to work with a solid mentor who has a good track record.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    Not right away.

    I think it's best to read some of the information in this forum first and determine who has a reputation for solid material.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulpower
    I would buy a guide to help me make money if I were a complete newbie.

    The reason I would buy one is because I would need to see a map of how to get to my destination before I started my journey. If I did it the other way around, I would get lost so fast I would have to beg for help.

    So remember find a good guide and follow the advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulyC
    Yes, it's a good idea to have an idea of the basic approach to starting your business. Even though it doesn't guarantee anything, you need to learn how to crawl before you can learn how to walk!
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulyC
    For sure, you have to learn to crawl before you can learn to walk and run.
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  • Profile picture of the author xohaibx
    This question has a very obvious answer, but then again, the answer you are looking for depends on what you aim to do with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Super Warrior
    Yes, I'll surely pay for it!

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  • Profile picture of the author xypoon
    It's not like I'm not a newbie but still I probably wouldn't buy a guide unless I'm 100% sure it's worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Worner
    I did when I first started, but then I wisened up and stopped spending money and instead, started doing.
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  • Profile picture of the author BillyParadise
    I thought the whole purpose of this forum was to convince newbs to pay for advice!
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  • Profile picture of the author Fatality
    Of course I would. It's very hard to get started online by yourself if you don't read any guides. Although some of the guides you buy won't help, you always store that information gained so if you need it later than you can use it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj
    When you are a newbie it is very hard to know who is REAL and who is faking it(I mean in IM).

    This thread made me think of my newbie days I used to read a lot back then. The first ebook that made a good impression was Stone Evans' guide on PIPS but as of now I cannot tell how relevant it is but everything was clearly laid out. Honest Riches was also a good guide that accelerated my learning. I have heard people say that it is just a basic guide. Yes, if you ask me NOW I would say it is a basic guide but for a newbie it is an excellent resource.

    IMHO I would ask a newbie to buy a guide that consolidates everything so that he/she will have a basic idea about the things that make money online and then as OPs said research the forums to optimize the methods. You can't multiply zeros you need to have a grasp on how things work.
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  • Profile picture of the author WhiteDove
    Absolutely, I would. Learn from others.
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  • Profile picture of the author GilAlcera
    A guide on how to make money online will not hurt at all especially if you have the faintest idea on how to go about it. But before you embark on something that you have to pay, weigh your options first. For instance, would the information be available online for free? If yes, then weigh again the situations if there is a need for you to purchase the guide or not.

    Social network has done a great deal in providing free information to a lot of people. Social network comes in different formats. You can learn a thing or two just by watching videos. Others learn from joining forums such as this one. If the information that you have gathered seems to be insufficient, then go for the guide.

    However, make sure that you have read the feedback from people who bought this guide that you are aiming at. This is just to make sure that you don't waste your money for something that you might just place in your archive folder or worst, in your trash folder.
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    • Profile picture of the author Manoj
      Originally Posted by GilAlcera View Post

      A guide on how to make money online will not hurt at all especially if you have the faintest idea on how to go about it. But before you embark on something that you have to pay, weigh your options first. For instance, would the information be available online for free? If yes, then weigh again the situations if there is a need for you to purchase the guide or not.
      It is very hard for a newbie to weigh the options. He/she cannot determine if the info is available for free and how authentic it is. Typically, what happens is a newbie types "how to make money online" on Google lands up in an SEO optimized affiliate site which hypes up a CB program(usually typing jobs, survey sites) and these sites do not spell out what the opportunity is about. I came across a site that said "You can type 2 or 3 lines and earn cash everyday" now a newbie would think it is data entry and get excited but later he will find that it is Google adwords where he has to spend money for every click.

      Originally Posted by GilAlcera View Post

      However, make sure that you have read the feedback from people who bought this guide that you are aiming at. This is just to make sure that you don't waste your money for something that you might just place in your archive folder or worst, in your trash folder.
      This is really good advice never buy a product on impulse especially when you are a newbie.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Marshall
    I believe that many people have bought such a guide. However, there are a lot of people selling such a guide and you may find that convincing people to buy your s rather than anyone else's to be challenging. Then there's the issue of offerring a refund guarantee, which nearly everyone does, and that can hit your profits.....

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  • Profile picture of the author Lexilou
    isn't that how most people get started. I mean look at all the Gurus selling and look at all the newbies buying!
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  • Profile picture of the author vivi62
    yes I think most people buy information when they first start off in I.M but they are looking for an a to z road map not just basics of everything.
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  • Profile picture of the author Decanus
    Without doubt, yes. When starting out, as I am, I thinks its important to take in as much information as possible - list building, website creation, clickbank etc. Many of these things you may not end up needing or using, but you will make an INFORMED choice.
    The ability to listen and learn is always your best asset.
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  • Profile picture of the author World Marketing
    I started with a guide but you have to be careful with all of the crap that's on the internet today.
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