What is the most important thing you have learned?

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I am learning quite a bit from all of you, but... really, what is THE most important thing you have learned?
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    Work your projects through completion. Don't start another one until your current one is done!
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  • Profile picture of the author James Fame
    It's a culmination of a few points, instead of one single important thing.
    • Always measure your business progress, and tweak.
    • Always cut out the crap, because of the 80/20 rule.
    • You never ever sell, the prospect buys.
    • Customer service is highly crucial.
    • Perceived value is always essential, but physical value is long-term.
    • Branding
    • Specialization is easier than taking a monster competitor by the horns

    Tons more, but I'm sure other Warriors have insights to input as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    List building is the way to go. Build a list, drive traffic, and email your list quality information and you'll be good
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    • Profile picture of the author tiroberts
      Originally Posted by Edwin Torres View Post

      List building is the way to go. Build a list, drive traffic, and email your list quality information and you'll be good
      Dido! I've also learned that it's extremely important to build a great relationship with your list. Not only with your list but with peers in your industry.

      It took me some years to really realize the power of relationship marketing, but I'm glad I finally have!

      Another important thing I've learned is that it's important to track and test EVERYTHING you do in your online business. This isn't talked about nearly enough but tracking and testing will save you a TON of money in the long-term.

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    • Profile picture of the author clbks
      Originally Posted by Edwin Torres View Post

      List building is the way to go. Build a list, drive traffic, and email your list quality information and you'll be good
      I agree with Edwin....
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  • Profile picture of the author smoor2012
    Thank you for this question. It is an excellent question. Without a doubt the most important thing I have learned in my time online is to build a list and take care of that list.

    An email list is the most important asset you have online. You build trust by providing valuable content on a regular basis. Little by little you market to that list, but you lead with value and ask questions and listen to your subscribers first. When somebody comes in brand new to this online world, they need to start working on that first. Provide value to people and listen to them instead of screaming your offers to them all the time.

    I hope this helps. I think it is key to success online.
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  • Profile picture of the author conqueror
    I learned quite a lot. But I`ll mention just the main points:

    -Never be lazy and always accomplish what you have started
    -Thrive to do your best whatever you do
    -Pay attention to small details
    -Analyze on what you do wrong and right and try to self-improve and perform better
    -Always follow up and don`t handle important things to someone you are not sure about
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    • Profile picture of the author thedog
      In the words of Nike, JUST DO IT!

      best way to learn is to just jump in, after learning the basics of course... if you just keep researching and not doing, progress will be slow... just get stuck in, make a few mistakes? sure, but best way to learn... and stick at it.

      oh, and don't eat the yellow snow
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      • Profile picture of the author starman21
        Originally Posted by thedog View Post

        In the words of Nike, JUST DO IT!

        best way to learn is to just jump in, after learning the basics of course... if you just keep researching and not doing, progress will be slow... just get stuck in, make a few mistakes? sure, but best way to learn... and stick at it.

        oh, and don't eat the yellow snow
        I agree wholeheartedly with this advice. How to actually take action?
        Build a routine to motivate yourself each day...listen to inspirational tapes, read quotes, meditate, read books or whatever you enjoy but start each day with time set aside for this purpose. Get fired up and take action.

        To increase your skills spend another portion of your day mastering a skill from an expert teacher. Focus on that area until you feel comfortable in it before jumping to something else. Get really good at one thing. Get good at facebook, or you tube and build a list.
        Master those and build a website if that is your desire but don't jump all over. Do what you like. You can make great money mastering only one of those three to begin. But as others have said...build a list from these sources and build a relationship with that list.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You can make alot of money with a little bit of traffic. I've seen sites that get only around 50 hits per day make more money than sites with 500+ daily traffic (targeted too). It all depends on your niche on what you're selling.
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    • Profile picture of the author PayForWords
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      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      You can make alot of money with a little bit of traffic. I've seen sites that get only around 50 hits per day make more money than sites with 500+ daily traffic (targeted too). It all depends on your niche on what you're selling.
      I've seen that too. I know of people who are in the Top 100K on Alexa and only get around 100-200 uniques a day and make a living from their site so this is the truth. Quality over quantity ANY day of the week.

      Anyways...


      The most important thing I've learned? Persistence is key...
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  • Profile picture of the author HumbleGuy
    Persistence is necessary, and you can do a good job with constant innovation, dedication to do a good job and make things work. Most importantly, keen observation.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeboywrite
    Actually,

    I think principles I've learned have helped more than any particular strategy. For example, the principles taught in the book, "The 4-Hour Workweek" by Timothy Ferriss was a tremendous eye opener for me.

    I highly recommend it.

    One of the ideas is learning to focus. Remove the distractions from your day. Learn how to say "no". Stop going after every new product, method, system, program, loophole, etc. etc. and learn how to build a business.

    Don't be afraid to work hard...but don't just work to work. (Don't do "busy work.") Make a plan with daily, weekly, monthly goals, and stick to it.
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  • Profile picture of the author twister85
    "Build A list". heard in 1000's of times a but kept on skipping and trying other streams and programs all the day. Now regret it because I was the only way I started making something online.

    Hope you don't waste your time on random stuffs. Focus on one thing at a time you're not an OS to work as a multitasking program. you're a human, live with it and concentrate on one thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ReferralCandy
    A little bit every day goes a long way. Don't be obsessed with perfection, you'll never reach it. Focus, focus, focus. Do one thing at a time and do it well, and get it out of the way. What gets measured gets managed, so pay careful attention to yourself. You can do a lot more than you think you can if you focus and eliminate/restrict distractions. Remind yourself of the big picture every day.

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    • Profile picture of the author RogerAkau
      What a great topic. I always enjoy topics like these. Thanks for starting it.

      I always see posts about "trying your best" but honestly, I think that just like striving for perfection, trying your best creates undue pressure and often leads to procrastination.

      The truth is, we can always do better. So how can we do "our best" at anything?

      I would say that "BE your best but DO good enough" is my best learned lesson in all aspects of life but especially in creating value for the marketplace.
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  • Profile picture of the author amcg
    The most important thing I've learned is to fail fast. With the web, unlike business of the past, metrics/analytics can tell you whether or not you're succeeding.

    (This intelligence is available to anyone e.g Google Analytics, and I think BI is changing business)
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    • Profile picture of the author starman21
      Originally Posted by amcg View Post

      The most important thing I've learned is to fail fast. With the web, unlike business of the past, metrics/analytics can tell you whether or not you're succeeding.

      (This intelligence is available to anyone e.g Google Analytics, and I think BI is changing business)
      Fail fast and fail forward. Mistakes don't matter. Learn from them and keep moving forward.
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  • Profile picture of the author jessiem
    If you're driving more for 'sales' then maybe these traits are worth having.
    I am still learning on how to be more confident (#13) when facing to clients because, as the norm goes, we all have the tendency to feel being inferior especially if its our 'first time'.
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  • Profile picture of the author Larry Leggett
    The most important what I have learned is, "Be focused at one thing. Too many things at once will lead you towards nothing". Most of the new marketers fails because of this. They takes action for too many at once.
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  • Profile picture of the author attan
    "Build a list" is No 1 for me also..(heard it so many times but didn't do anything about it)

    and next is "focus" at one thing at a time..
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  • Profile picture of the author nerdy88
    The most important thing I learnt is that you can never win if you dare to quit! I have learnt a lot of thing, some I'm still learning today! It seems, the secret is true, you attract what you truly belief in! In most cases people fail because of fear! It is unreal!!
    When most people are starting off they think they are unworthy of sucess but as you do more, you realize that you have value and the more vaklue you contribute to your life, your site your content, your list, your everything materializes into mass sucess!

    Just a little of a lot!
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  • Profile picture of the author KevinChapman
    There's a few, some techie stuff like using wordpress. Writing my own content has become quite a big thing for me, I never used too because I had no confidence in myself but now it's one of my favourites things about internet marketing.

    Also the 'giving your list value' method has helped too.
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  • Profile picture of the author frank07
    There are so many things that you will learn in internet marketing or doing business online, but the best thing that I have learned over the years, is be professional in your chosen field. Be the master of your craft do research from time to time to upgrade yourself from the upgrades of your niche.

    By doing this, your customers will not be left behind and so are you. Constant learning is key to success.
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  • Profile picture of the author JustineA
    The most important thing I've learnt online - is that I haven't learnt it yet .. but when I do, I'll let you know.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Clark
    Internet marketing is like being in space - you can go way off track real easy and never get to a destination. Best option is to find somebody or something to follow that is already successful and follow them - I haven't done anything yet that hasn't benefited from education in that area. If it's internet marketing or network marketing, you need to know how to market - the internet or the network is just the vehicle.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Wagoner
    Research always comes before product creation.

    Focus on one project through completion.

    Jack of all trades is not necessarily a good thing.

    Tracking and tweaking is not optional.

    Establishing set deadlines and successfully meeting them will get you farther than most eproducts you have bought or will ever buy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dragone
    As has been said a lot above, just get going! No point knowing all the theory but not implementing it. Try out methods and tweak it. Just start with something simple that you can basically be making sales in the next few hours and devote time to making it work.
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  • Profile picture of the author kayfrank
    You need to continually learn to keep up to date with your niche.
    You need to implement what you learn.
    You need to test and test to make sure you are working at an optimal level.
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  • Profile picture of the author Veo
    The most important thing in business is by far marketing, second to it is selling.

    It doesn't matter how good is your product/service, if you don't know to market it, and when prospects come, to sell it to them, then everything else is useless. And this goes from the heart!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mitch Barber
    Originally Posted by cheddarben View Post

    I am learning quite a bit from all of you, but... really, what is THE most important thing you have learned?
    Hey man, great question. For the Newbie, I'd say focus ALL your initial efforts and learning to properly build a list - and APPLY it! I wasted a year on SEO, and whilst it still has it's place, Google's constant updates make it VERY hard to stay ahead of the game. With a list, you've got INSTANT access to people who want to hear from you (that's if you're doing it right). And you can literally make money at the push of a button if you're looking after them properly.

    I'm sure many of the other seasoned marketers have said something similar, but I just wanted to re-enforce the message. And I only WISH I had that same advice when I was starting out :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    Great question. easily I can answer that it is working on myself. Personal development! Its what is taking my life to a whole new level and the best part is it does not cost me one penny. Kinda goes the other way around.

    Changing my mindset to how successful people think....

    "your thoughts lead to feelings, your feelings lead to actions and your actions lead to the results in our lives". - T. Harv Eker Change your thoughts, change your results. Its that simple. In order to change your thoughts we need to change our programming. Follow what successful do.

    Slow down and become conscious, your life will change.
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  • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
    Create a list of prospects as soon as possible and dont be afraid to selll them things, make the offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author cheddarben
    Wow.... great list and thanks for the participation!
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  • Profile picture of the author competent123
    the best thing i have learned in IM is - making money is NOT easy, and doubly hard in IM .
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    every river bends.
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  • Profile picture of the author datingworld
    My lesson for IM

    no matter how you hit it but make sure you hit it hard
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Actually, the most important thing I've learned is that no matter how much I learn, I learn that I need to keep learning because although many things don't change, many things do.


      Terra
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  • Profile picture of the author joaquin112
    Take your time to create the most amazing products. Most people simply rush through projects ending up with half-done stuff. If you deliver tremendous value to your customers, they will buy from you time and time again. The internet isn't going anywhere, so take your time to deliver something truly outstanding.
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  • Profile picture of the author thomasjohnson
    pick something you enjoy doing and start working. no one knows everything at the beginning and that is all IM is anyways 'testing.' so just start, test, see what works best and keep on doing that and stick with your project. too many people stop before they should because it is really a patience game. don't let other 'shiny objects' (distractions) get in your way. stick to the one thing you want to do and as long as you find you love group and understand what they want you will be successful
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  • Profile picture of the author Victor Edson
    The day you stop learning is the day you die. If you think you have it all figured out, you're only at the tip of the iceberg.
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  • Profile picture of the author workdfitness
    Never ever ever give up. Successful people never give up. They might find a new path but they don't quit no matter what obstacles they face. That is what I have learned.
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  • Profile picture of the author holleythompson
    for me it's focus. without focus, we're only wasting time in anything we do.

    i listen to music while working. one album is usually 45 minutes long and i plan my workday like that. 1 album and then 5-10 minute break. i don't know if it works for other people but this keeps me in focus.

    also, i avoid social networking sites while working. i hate aggregation sites like mashable while working. BUT, i reward myself with a good read from these sites during lunchbreak and after working. : )
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  • Profile picture of the author clever7
    Before taking action you have to analyze numerous details and make a smart business plan. You cannot be successful without a plan.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
    IM is a business but one that takes time to build and grow. It is no different than any other business out there. Therefore, it is absolutely CRUCIAL that you have your cash flow needs taken care of UNTIL your business is at a point where you can rely on it 100% for your livelihood.

    Jumping into IM without taking care of your own needs is like skating on very VERY thin ice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    I have learnt that focus and confidence is the most important factor in IM, regardless of what you do in IM, if you are committed to your work and have passion for success you can achieve what others only dream of.
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  • Profile picture of the author Patbinc
    Originally Posted by cheddarben View Post

    I am learning quite a bit from all of you, but... really, what is THE most important thing you have learned?

    The best and easiest way to make money online is to always follow the money. Instead of creating a product/service then trying to look for traffic, go to where the traffic is and where products and services are already being bought in huge volumes and create a business based on that existing market.
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      There comes a time in life when you have to let go of all the pointless drama in your life and the people that create it, and surround yourself with people who make you laugh so hard that you forget the bad and focus solely on the good! After all, life is too short to be anything but happy!

      I have found that not only is this true about life in general, but that it holds true in the business arena as well. Letting go of the pointless drama makes you happy and when you are happy you are more productive and when you are able to be more productive, you're able to be more successful.

      If you haven't already, it's time to dethrone the Drama Queens (and Kings).

      Terra
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  • Profile picture of the author Lokahi
    From experience, I have found the best way to get satisfied customers who come back time and again is to always outperform what they expected. That does not mean cutting prices just providing better, more responsive service, sometimes faster but always the highest quality possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillMitchell
    If you want to build an online business that lasts, here's the most important lesson you'll ever learn:

    Build a community.

    A thriving online community can...
    • Survive any Google update
    • Sustain itself with new content, new product ideas and a "snowballing" audience
    • Make it very easy to stay in touch with your readers

    There's no better way to build trust than by promoting fellowship among your audience. This lesson is what helped me successfully launch Affluence.org when I was nineteen, and it continues to act as the foundation of my current startups.

    And by the way, building a community doesn't just mean setting up a Facebook Page (although that's not a bad idea!). It's more about the general tone of your product/service (if you run an offline business) or content (if you run a website). Make your customers or readers or whatever feel like they're part of something.

    Anyways, just my two cents.

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  • Profile picture of the author Lateef Olajide
    Simplicity - most people over complicate the process.

    Perfectionism - stay away from trying to be perfect. You can't. Just do it.

    Procrastination - what you don't do this minute, this hour, today, you may not get it done in another one year. Do it no matter worth.
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  • Profile picture of the author outNabout
    Write down ideas that you get online as you browse or just as they come.Don't procrastinate on tasks that seem difficult.You will be amazed how much you can do that you never thought was possible.One time i was dead broke and i friend told me to create a website for him within one day. i spent almost 12hrs nonstop and had it done after24hrs
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  • Profile picture of the author goozleology
    That the tortoise won the race.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris-
    I'm going to say the opposite of what some others have said . . . I'm going to say that it is vital to do LOTS of different methods, even if most of them fail or don't get completed. You'll learn a lot more that way, and if you experiment with enough different methods, you'll at some point learn enough to make at least one of them work. If you stick with "do one method until it works" you've got much less chance of succeeding.

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  • Profile picture of the author garyt
    The most important thing, before anything else, is to BELIEVE that you can do it.

    Then the other things follow : model a success system, follow your passion, build a list, follow up, offer value, be sincere in helping people get whatever they want
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  • To never stop learning! Everything changes, don't every fall in love with a new fad.
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    soon people... Relax...
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  • Profile picture of the author gvositebuilder
    That internet marketing is hard work,learning all the necessary tools and techniques,is almost over whelming,that is why most people quit. Just be strong and focus on running your campaigns, Offing others a gift seems to work well for me, has been easier to grow my list.
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  • Profile picture of the author nross128
    The most important formula I have learned is drive traffic, build a list, provide value, and make money. Go by this and you will succeed.
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  • Profile picture of the author ViralMediaBoost
    Don't stop after a day keep going and you will succeed.
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  • Profile picture of the author Smith John
    When you stuck somewhere in doing something important, never give up keep trying to find other way to complete the task and try to complete any task with perfection no matter how much time it take to complete it.
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    • Profile picture of the author honestim
      Here on warrior forum? The biggest thing I have learnt is to be grateful to people who keep helping me in so many ways every single day and expressing my gratitude with a thank you note is the least that I must do.

      God Bless
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  • Profile picture of the author janiman
    Never waste your time. Always learn and do research. i wasted too much of my time, in trying to learn things from others but in last i learned everything myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zwoops
    Trial and error, never give up, you will see those first sales and that will get you motivated to work harder.
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  • Profile picture of the author WordpressManiac
    If you only found one method that made you a single Dollar: stick with it and scale the hell out of it :-) After you did that move on to find other methods, but not before.
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    • Profile picture of the author honestim
      Could not agree more on this...one problem I made when I started off was jumping around the new methods and strategies. Never really gave myself a chance or time to succeed with one method. I am glad that things are much better now.

      Best
      HonestIM

      Originally Posted by WordpressManiac View Post

      If you only found one method that made you a single Dollar: stick with it and scale the hell out of it :-) After you did that move on to find other methods, but not before.
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  • Profile picture of the author natebunger
    This is a general question that most of us usually ignore. As for me, I learned a lot in internet marketing. I thought it was going to be easier than physically selling any product. However, I realized that it takes perseverance, effort and enough knowledge on how you will be able to promote your business and monetize it using the internet.
    At first, it was a struggle. But, I'm thankful to the people who helped me out.

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  • Profile picture of the author kennytan
    To be consistent, plan and setup a proper time management schedule to get things done.

    You can learn all sorts of things such as list building, getting traffic, social marketing, content writing but if you don't setup a proper time management, your life is just going to be a messed forever. Trust me!

    Plan your time management is the very first thing to learn.
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  • Profile picture of the author kash21
    I've learned that I can do what I enjoy without leaving my house!
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  • Profile picture of the author adss30
    patience and consistence
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    Patience.
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