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Are there any website out there other than this forum which that provides all of the bits and pieces of information for newbies?

I mean, for a newbie, s/he might not know what CPA is, what is list building, what's adsense, and/or how to make a membership site... etc.

Please post up some suggestions here )

Thanks in advance!



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Thanks for all the information provided below, a lot of you hinted that this forum and Google are the only places a newbie need. Also that the search function is always useful both in the forum and Google.

However, my question was are there any sites "other than this forum" that provides all of the bits and pieces of information for newbies?

Reason being is that:
Even though this forum has got lots and lots of information enough for a newbie to overload their brain with ideas already, but the information are unorganized here and it's hard to learn often because there are multiple solutions/answers to 1 problem. Especially confusing for a newbie who has just arrived this world with all the information.

The same as Google is that, when you type in "What is ____?" it often come up with irrelevant information OR they are trying to sell you some affiliated products instead of the information you're trying to find out.

Trying to see if there's a site that provides information which is like a library sort of database with all the information organized for someone to look for.
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  • Profile picture of the author wordpressmania
    Just play around this forum you will be able to learn everything.... Do not thisk that you will be able to learn everything at once as there is no index for internet marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author Killara
    Dear Jayne

    I subscribe to SBI and am active in that forum. I've learnt just heaps in the short time I've been involved with e-commerce - adsense, selecting keywords, CSS, HTML, chikita, dudamobile - I could go on....and most importantly, lengthy discussions about the impact of Google's penalty algorithm's Panda and Penguin, and action steps to take. Have picked up heaps of tips for immediate application.

    I've just come upon Warrior Forum and hope to learn even more than from SBI.
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    Google is very helpful.
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    • Profile picture of the author ExRat
      Hi Jayne Miracle,

      Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

      Google is very helpful.
      onSubie's answer may sound a little facetious due to it's brevity, but it's actually the correct answer in my opinion - or alternatively I would say 'any decent search engine'.

      That's where you will find the most useful answers to your questions and by learning to filter the results using your own discretion, you will learn an extremely valuable group of skills on the side.

      EG

      1) How to use search engines to research any subject
      2) How search engines work (or fail)

      Those are just two examples (there are more). Both are essential for marketers to learn, but for entirely different reasons - 1) to gain knowledge 2) to get traffic to your own pages
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  • Profile picture of the author tedgichia
    I always recommend this forum for newbies. A great service to get started is SBI
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  • Profile picture of the author Rustyryan
    This forum is a great place as you will find lot of useful post.I am glad to be here.
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  • Profile picture of the author louie6925
    You don't need anywhere else other than here! you just need to take the time to look for what you need, failing that ask questions!!! you will get good answers right here!
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    • Profile picture of the author Matida
      The Warrior Forum is THE forum for internet marketing. If you can't find anything about a topic in the forum then go to Google and type warrior forum and then the topic. That should give you plenty of results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Douglas
    The warrior forum is definitely the best place to start. I would suggest taking it one step at a time. A very common mistake that Newbies go is that they try to grapple with numerous sources at once and end up in a jumble.

    Try to understand the basics first. Warrior forum is sufficient in this regard. When you think that the information you obtain is beoming rdundant then it is a sign that you should probably expand your knowledge database.


    Till then try to digest what you eat. Trying to run when you can barely walk will cause you to fall

    Best of luck !!
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  • Profile picture of the author WesBlaylock
    Youtube.com is also great for tutorials on things like cpanel, Wordpress, FTP, etc..

    I always refer newbies there when they get stuck.

    Wes Blaylock
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  • Profile picture of the author IrenaSick
    Jayne,
    I totally agree with the above. I'm a newbie and only finding my way round this forum etc but it definitely helps to grasp lot of things you are not familiar. If nothing else, gives you ideas for further research
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    • Profile picture of the author ExRat
      Hi IrenaSick,

      Originally Posted by IrenaSick View Post

      Jayne,
      I totally agree with the above. I'm a newbie and only finding my way round this forum etc but it definitely helps to grasp lot of things you are not familiar. If nothing else, gives you ideas for further research
      Are you sure you're a newbie?
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  • Profile picture of the author benf
    There are loads of great resources scattered around the web that do not get to see the light of day. Here's a link to a page full of articles from Paul Smithson, one of the veteran internet marketers:
    XSitePro.com: Articles

    Have a look through, there are some real gems here and all written to be newby friendly.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I mean, for a newbie, s/he might not know what CPA is, what is list building, what's adsense, and/or how to make a membership site... etc.
      The best thing you can learn is HOW to find answers - google search and forum search. "What is CPA" - "what is list building" "what is adsense"
      are all searches that, if used, provide ANSWERS.
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  • Profile picture of the author JRat
    Gotta say, I just google things and over time you learn the details.
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  • Profile picture of the author theory expert
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    Yeah if you google those very things you wrote(i.e. what CPA is, what is list building, what's adsense, and/or how to make a membership site... etc.). One by one.
    You'll find it also on youtube as it is a great resource. Lastly, if you use the search function in the forum you'll get the answers too. I think someone asked those questions you just asked before!
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin2290
    I agree with everyone - Learning how to search for something is all you need.

    But just a piece of advice going forward, don't spend ALL your time reading free e-books, forums, watching videos, and spinning your gears.
    Make sure you start to get your hands dirty and start trying to take action.
    Even if it's small, you won't really learn anything until you try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jackson Tan
    i regretted not joining WF early and missed out alot.. yeah.. here is definitely a great place to start couple with search engines.. you can find almost anything related to IM here..

    last resort? start a thread

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mena Jo
    I've learnt a ton from here and Google/Youtube. The trick is to learn as you go along. If I just sat and read everything without implementation I'd (a) get info overload and (b) forget half of it. So read a little, do a little.
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  • Profile picture of the author KickAss Marketing
    I agree with the other replies posted here. Just go around the various threads of this forum and you'll find most of what you need in terms of tips and other important matters. There are also a lot of e-books available online that you could either get for free or for a minimum fee. Some of these e-books contains very organized guides and tips that will help you start-up well. I can't tell you exactly where to get the copies but I'm sure you'll be able to find them in no time. :-) Just search well and read the reviews before acquiring, if possible.

    ~^_^~
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  • Profile picture of the author rizanirama
    I found almost all the answers i was looking at the warrior forum, this is a great place to start, you can build relationship with other forum's member and ask for their help. I also use google and youtube sometimes, it is easy to use but be careful with information overload, google can give you a lot of information, you have to be selective.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ellie Days
      Originally Posted by Don Adrian View Post

      I agree with the other replies posted here. Just go around the various threads of this forum and you'll find most of what you need in terms of tips and other important matters. There are also a lot of e-books available online that you could either get for free or for a minimum fee. Some of these e-books contains very organized guides and tips that will help you start-up well. I can't tell you exactly where to get the copies but I'm sure you'll be able to find them in no time. :-) Just search well and read the reviews before acquiring, if possible.

      ~^_^~
      Originally Posted by Mena Jo View Post

      I've learnt a ton from here and Google/Youtube. The trick is to learn as you go along. If I just sat and read everything without implementation I'd (a) get info overload and (b) forget half of it. So read a little, do a little.
      Originally Posted by rizanirama View Post

      I found almost all the answers i was looking at the warrior forum, this is a great place to start, you can build relationship with other forum's member and ask for their help. I also use google and youtube sometimes, it is easy to use but be careful with information overload, google can give you a lot of information, you have to be selective.

      Thanks for all the information provided above )
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  • Profile picture of the author LJWorlock
    Wish I'd found this place earlier, it's epic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Freshmorning
    You have to have stability of Mind in the first place and be Loyal to One forum say WF else one day you will open a thread to say "I wasted my time hovering here and there and last came to know WF was actually the best".If you do not find any answer just post a thread. Experts are all ready to help 24x7.
    Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author cwill184
    I think Google, and also warrior forum. The problem is that it takes time to learn and there is equal amount of bad information out there as well as good sometimes even on here.
    It takes a bit of patience and willing to sift through the crap to find the real helpful stuff. I am learning as many others are through trial and error after reading other peoples advice on what to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author rising_sun
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    WF is enough for newbie.
    Share your problem and try to understand the complex matter.
    I think WF is the ocean of knowledge for newbie.
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    • Profile picture of the author cashp0wer
      This forum is all you need - you can find anything that you need here and there are some great people if you have any questions about anything.
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  • Profile picture of the author Connie Lim
    I'm a newbie. I think Warrior Forum is a good place to learn, beside learning and getting info from here. It is a place to get support too.....(",)
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    Thank you everyone, I learn much here
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  • Profile picture of the author jfizzle
    Originally Posted by Jayne Miracle View Post

    Are there any website out there other than this forum which that provides all of the bits and pieces of information for newbies?

    I mean, for a newbie, s/he might not know what CPA is, what is list building, what's adsense, and/or how to make a membership site... etc.

    Please post up some suggestions here )

    Thanks in advance!




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    Updated:

    Thanks for all the information provided below, a lot of you hinted that this forum and Google are the only places a newbie need. Also that the search function is always useful both in the forum and Google.

    However, my question was are there any sites "other than this forum" that provides all of the bits and pieces of information for newbies?

    Reason being is that:
    Even though this forum has got lots and lots of information enough for a newbie to overload their brain with ideas already, but the information are unorganized here and it's hard to learn often because there are multiple solutions/answers to 1 problem. Especially confusing for a newbie who has just arrived this world with all the information.

    The same as Google is that, when you type in "What is ____?" it often come up with irrelevant information OR they are trying to sell you some affiliated products instead of the information you're trying to find out.

    Trying to see if there's a site that provides information which is like a library sort of database with all the information organized for someone to look for.
    I think you should really check out my first post!
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    In the past I have learned a lot form
    SEO Workers is a group of internet experts

    The link I can't post yet but if you google it you will find them. There information is very helpful.

    Google: SEO Workers is a group of internet experts or (seoworkers.com)
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  • Profile picture of the author biz_online
    Hi Ellie Days!!!

    Just Click On The Warrior Forum Logo At The Very Top Of This Page!!!

    Then, Check Out The Topics By Discussion!

    Go To The "Traffic Discussions" Section To Learn About CPA Offers, CPV/PPV.

    You Can Also Find Out About SEO and Adwords!!!

    Oh!!! But You were looking for the ShortCut right!

    Sorry.... I almost forgot.

    1. Get Yourself A Really High Converting Squeeze Page With An "Irresistible Offer"
    Where??? Try A PLR offer: Here's Whole List Of Them!

    2. Take Your Opt-ins to A Download Page With Video Of Yourself Explaining The Benefits Of Joining Your Newsletter .. or whatever.

    3. Create A Back-End Funnel That Complements What They Are Interested In.

    4. Send A Much Targeted Traffic As You Can To That Squeeze Page.

    Oh... But You don't know how to get good traffic. You could try SEO... But that can take a while if you do it the way that most marketers do (which I don't). Or you could try "Paid Traffic".
    This can be expensive if you don't do your tracking. You can go with a "cheap & dirty" Bit.ly FREE account or BudURL when you get profitable. BUT YOU MUST TRACK YOUR RESULTs to know where your buyer are coming from.

    Where to get all that expensive traffic? Try SiteScout or if you can get a recommendation... TrafficVance.
    Neither of these is cheap... but they are the best traffic sources for CPV/PPV ... etc.

    5. Keep using PLR giveaways to keep their interest... "and open your emails."

    Rinse and repeat for various marketing and sales topics.

    Good Luck!!! And remember to check out the discussions before you pop for a WSO!
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  • Profile picture of the author bhushan@rancor
    This is very good forum for newbies and experienced members also.Google and Youtube is also good to learn something good.I prefer specially social media Facebook,stumbleupon and delicious also.
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  • Profile picture of the author owenlee
    This place is a good start for newbies..

    You may also learn more tips from the warriors' blogs...most of them are in the sig.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandy3055
    I think this forum is the only solution for newbies as you will get new ideas and techniques which can help you in building backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author jingrong
    Learn and take action. Focus on one or two things until you get result. Don't just keep learning. Get your hand dirty to figure it out. Hands on is always the best teacher. Some Newbies are not persistent enough to go through it. Some of them only tried for few months. They give up. Lay blame to us. Say we are Scammer. I am wondering are they going to be successful if they try other business opportunity. Lay blame is a silent killer to stop you to be a successful person. Most of the internet Guru success after 2 years. They don't give up, hand on, figure it out, fine tune it, etc.
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  • As a fellow newbie I can fully sympathize. Just dealing with the shear amount of information is probably the toughest challenge to take on. And like some have pointed out, the information you get by Googling is not always correct/relevant/truthful.

    I just joined this forum, wish I would have known about it earlier.
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  • Profile picture of the author DerekGann
    Google+Warrior Forum+Youtube

    Also there have many good places to learn and sharing but I always love these there places.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gordon Meagher
    I don't think there is any one site where you will find all the information you need organized into a neat bundle.

    However, there are many expert sites that will teach you all you need within a specific area. SEO, CPA, Affiliate marketing.
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    You already in the"SPOT"
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    • Profile picture of the author gromo
      Nothing beats Warrior Forum...

      However... (Ahem! cough cough! See my signature below. Cough! Shameless Plug. Cough!)

      :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I hear your stance on unorganized information overload. But use the search function, and type in something that you don't understand. I'm 99% confident you'll be able to find what you're looking for.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas W
    The key is to get a mentor/coach to hold your hand. They will help you remove all the clutter and get your mindset right.

    Preferably someone that won't cost a lot of money.
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    • Profile picture of the author mikeac
      The Warrior Forum is very good, and I also advise you to check out Youtube and do a search for the topic you are looking for.
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