Hello WF I'm new here, and wondering who are the best people to learn from

by new2im
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Hello WF I'm new here, and wondering who are the best people to learn from... like are there more people that are established in specific area?

Could you let me know?
#learn #people #wondering
  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Michal
    There are many people here that can offer you a ton of value, I suggest you join the war room first off.

    Also, just contribute where you can and get to know people. You find exactly what you need.
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  • Profile picture of the author FaBiz
    Read as much as you can through the forum, there are plenty of good IM here and you can learn from all of them rather than just 1.

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  • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
    I would also add that you Subscribe to the War Room! That's a different beast by itself.
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    • Profile picture of the author shabit87
      Originally Posted by Kal Sallam View Post

      I would also add that you Subscribe to the War Room! That's a different beast by itself.
      Agreed, but to answer you question, it depends on what you're interested in and your goals as it pertains to IM. If you share a certain niche with us, we'll all likely have some names for you.

      But for the most part it'll be on you to browse the forum and see what post/threads catch your eye and who's behind them.

      Who is giving valuable advice versus people just rambling?

      Who delivers on what they teach...who is creating good products you yourself like?

      Just some questions to ask yourself before choosing who you'll learn from. If you don't mind a more aggressive approaching, go to those offering coaching and have a more handheld learning experience. Be sure to get references or have reviews you can check out before committing to anyone.

      Besides that, welcome to the forum, it's a great resource to accomplishing all your IM goals!
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  • Profile picture of the author dreamtoreality
    There are definitely plenty of people you can learn from. However, some people seem to be experts and are able to provide a wealth of information for specific sectors of IM. For example, "Alexa Smith" and "myob" for article syndication. "Yukon" seems to know what he is talking about when it comes to Adsense. There are many more, but I can't remember the others, off the the top of my head.

    Generally, if someone has thousands of posts, he/she knows what they are talking about. This isn't a rule, though. I'm sure that there are some users with 50 posts who know more than someone with 5,000.
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    • Profile picture of the author retirewithsandie
      Welcome!

      Originally Posted by dreamtoreality View Post

      Generally, if someone has thousands of posts, he/she knows what they are talking about. This isn't a rule, though. I'm sure that there are some users with 50 posts who know more than someone with 5,000.
      Not really. Post count mean diddly squat. You can have someone who has been here a year with 5,000 posts and their posts be full of rubbish. Or you can have someone who has been here for 5 years with a handful of posts & actually learn from them.

      Some people like to post whether they know what they're talking about or not. Others post only when they have something helpful to say. And a lot of people here are busy running their businesses so they don't have all day to post, but when they do, it's all solid information. There are several people here who when I see their names, know that what they posted is solid.
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  • Profile picture of the author alfid
    This is actually a very helpful post. I like the replies given to this thread. I like the people on this site that are good at motivating others to action, too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Anurmedia
    I had very positive experience with Eben Pagan. I am not promoting him or anything, but I am just sharing my experience. I like his way of teaching and communication.
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  • Profile picture of the author fedor50
    Originally Posted by new2im View Post

    Hello WF I'm new here, and wondering who are the best people to learn from... like are there more people that are established in specific area?

    Could you let me know?
    You can learn something from each and every person here. There are many experts in this forum who can lead you to success. But to achieve success online, it's going to take more than just learning, it's going to take doing. Taking Action.
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    I hear there is this "wolf" guy on the forums who's pretty good with Amazon.

    Seriously though, just do a search of your topic of choice and read through the threads that turn up. It will become obvious who the heavy hitters are in your area of interest.
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  • Profile picture of the author braincandy7
    Do you know yet specifically you want to learn? Or are we talking full step by step direction?

    There are many ways to make money and before we can really advise you we would need to know what areas you are interested in or what skills you have which you can monetize if you chose to go the service route.
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    • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
      Generally, if someone has thousands of posts, he/she knows what they are talking about.
      I'd be careful about believing that. Post count means nothing.

      Anything posted here should be looked at in the context of your own experience, and weighed against other available information. Some posters may warrant getting extra weight, but the number of times they've posted should not bear on that consideration.


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      • Profile picture of the author Henry White
        Originally Posted by new2im View Post

        Hello WF I'm new here, and wondering who are the best people to learn from... like are there more people that are established in specific area?

        Could you let me know?

        You'll have to decide that for yourself! The ones I learned the most from in the last 18 months aren't necessarily the best choices for you. So start with what you already know and can do, what you've accomplished so far, where you want to go. The more specific and detailed, the better. That's your first lesson - one size does NOT fit all.

        As I have learned and earned more, the people I follow, the people I look to for answers have shifted rather dramatically. It undoubtedly does for most of us. That's your second lesson - you have to adapt as change happens or be left behind.

        The main things to watch out for is lapsing into "information overload," "analysis paralysis."
        and "shiny object syndrome." That's your third lesson - nothing you learn has any real, tangible meaning until you put it to use.

        I would recommend keeping a journal. Document what you're thinking, what you're trying to do, what's working, what's not working, etc. For example, instead of buying every product that comes along, save your money and invest your time into uncovering exactly what it is in the sales copy that motivated you to buy. That leads to the final lesson - don't be afraid of making mistakes or imagine that everything has to be perfect.
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  • Profile picture of the author NezNezAt5
    There are so many experts here you can learn from. Don't restrict yourself to one. I also learn a lot from the experts here. ^^
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  • Profile picture of the author FrankMiller
    The three best people I can recommend:

    Frank Kern
    Eben Pagan
    Dan Kennedy

    Welcome, and good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    There are tons of great people in this forum but one important thing you need to remember is that every person who has hundreds or thousands of posts once started with their very first post. So don't just disregards someone's advice based on post count alone... otherwise you risk missing out on some great advice.

    It won't take you too long to discover those people you should and should not listen to. It all becomes quite clear very quickly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Anoopchawla
    If you are new I would suggest you read threads on the forum and become a war room member from war room you can have some real helpful techniques to make money online.

    After you get the drift of what IM is, start following a warrior whose personality resonates with you, there are many successful warriors out there but whose style suite you depends entirely on you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gsdlady
    Depends on what you are interested in. From my experience everyone has something of value to offer. Start browsing and reading through Warrior Forum. One of my favorites is Tiffany Dow.
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  • Profile picture of the author MyiMall
    There are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of self-proclaimed "experts" and "gurus" in Internet Marketing (IM). From my experience, the best ones give away some of their best content for free - then offer a training course or program for a fee (sometimes a pretty hefty fee). IMHO, shy away from those who

    a) have sales pages full of hype but offer NOTHING in the way of free information. If what they have to share is good - they'll offer you enough nuggets to get you started, and

    b) people who constantly post (here or in other places) telling everyone else what to do, but don't seem to have a success story of their own to share.

    Personally, I've learned a TON from the following (and, yes, they all offer some great free content in addition to paid training):
    • Frank Kern (how to talk to people to get them interested & keep them engaged - Frank does great webinars)
    • Mike Filsaime (upsell/downsell strategies - get his Butterfly Marketing free book - and his newsletter is awesome)
    • Ryan Deiss (traffic and conversion)
    • Russell Brunson (either Ryan Deiss or Russell does a bit on using a free video as a lead-getting tool that's cool and easy)
    • Jeff Walker (how to do a Product Launch)
    • Jeff Johnson (affiliate marketing)
    • Mark Joyner (his simple'ology program will help you keep your eye on the target so you're doing the right stuff every day)
    And EVERY ONE of these guys will tell you to read everything you can get your hands on from Dan Kennedy - Dan's THE guy when it comes to writing great copy.

    There are a few more that I can't think of right now - but pick any one of these and dive in! The WORST thing you can do, though, is to try to "learn it all" before getting started. It isn't possible and you'll waste a lot of time and money and never make a dime.

    I hope this helps!

    (the problem with typing 90 wpm is that I tend to write WAY TOO MUCH...sorry about that!)
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