If you could start over, knowing everything you know now, how would you make $ w/Internet Marketing?

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If you could start all over, knowing everything you know now, how would you make money with internet marketing?
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    Hi,
    There are many ways to earn money online if you have all information then its upto you that which way is more effective and easy for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Would take the below very seriously:

    1. Email marketing
    2. SEO
    3. Don't rely on one source of income.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andre Slater
      With all of my wasted years I probably would focus on:

      List building
      Copywriting
      Conversion

      and the biggest one of them all...

      Selling more than learning and buying.
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      • Profile picture of the author Vincent P
        Originally Posted by Andre Slater View Post

        With all of my wasted years I probably would focus on:

        List building
        Copywriting
        Conversion

        and the biggest one of them all...

        Selling more than learning and buying.
        Isn't that a little ironic as you wouldn't know what you know now if you didn't learn and buy?

        I am still personally learning myself. But if there's something that I would change... It would be to have done more research on internet marketing in the first place. I wish I knew what I know now, but that's not a great way of thinking- that's the process of learning, and it means I'm going in the right direction.

        If I personally have any tip, it's actually to 1) Act. Don't spend ALL your time learning, you'll fall into paralysis by analysis. 2) Learn. It's as important to learn as it is to act- you just need to find your perfect balance.

        I know this isn't very precise advice but I hope it helps.
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      • Profile picture of the author martinn85
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        • Profile picture of the author Andre Slater
          Originally Posted by martinn85 View Post

          Can you explain your lists please? I am interested..
          I actually missed one on my list. It's the biggest fail for me... The biggest lesson I have learned is...

          To make a bunch of money online you need a PRODUCT this way you make 100% commission and you can pay others a portion of your profit to promote for you (Affiliate's)... That's how all the big are doing it.

          When you sell a product or promote something most use a squeeze page. The importance of a squeeze page is to capture emails of people. This is list-building and this is best way to market because you market to a warm list of people who know and like you, that you can market to.

          To create a product you need a sales page to promote it. So with a sales page you need good Copywriting skills. To get viewers to buy.

          To make money with a product you need traffic, which is easy part. The hard part is conversion. Converting your viewers into buyers or to take a specific action. This is vital skill which I wish I would have known a long time ago.

          And what I was saying about selling more than learning.

          To make money online you have to sell. Spend majority of your time doing that. Learning and buying programs is cool if it helps you accomplish your goal of selling.

          Buying like crazy is a mistake I made. It's called SHINY OBJECT SYNDROME. Don't get caught up in that. Buy only what gets you further.

          Yes you have to learn to do, but don't spend your time just learning it doesn't pay...

          If I am wrong please someone prove it to me...
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    • Profile picture of the author dsuitor
      Yea that was one of my biggest mistakes I went full boar into seo and when google decided to slap me a couple times I was lost. Multiple sources if income !!!!! Vital !!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
    Originally Posted by John Conrad View Post

    If you could start all over, knowing everything you know now, how would you make money with internet marketing?
    1. Build and focus on ONE quality, content-rich website.
    2. Don't worry about SEO.
    3. Don't waste time or money with Google AdSense or AdWords.
    4. Don't waste effort being an affiliate for any seller or business.
    5. Don't spend time on social networking fads.
    6. Don't worry about what competitors are doing.
    7. Don't follow unqualified advice.
    8. Don't be distracted by the current "hot niche" or trends.
    9. Don't waste time or money on PLR, low-quality or cheap articles.
    10. Avoid tools or practices that require frequent maintenance or upgrades.
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    • Profile picture of the author beautyuno1
      So how would you make money?

      Originally Posted by Dan C. Rinnert View Post

      1. Build and focus on ONE quality, content-rich website.
      2. Don't worry about SEO.
      3. Don't waste time or money with Google AdSense or AdWords.
      4. Don't waste effort being an affiliate for any seller or business.
      5. Don't spend time on social networking fads.
      6. Don't worry about what competitors are doing.
      7. Don't follow unqualified advice.
      8. Don't be distracted by the current "hot niche" or trends.
      9. Don't waste time or money on PLR, low-quality or cheap articles.
      10. Avoid tools or practices that require frequent maintenance or upgrades.
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    • Profile picture of the author jpproject
      Originally Posted by Dan C. Rinnert View Post

      1. Build and focus on ONE quality, content-rich website.
      2. Don't worry about SEO.
      3. Don't waste time or money with Google AdSense or AdWords.
      4. Don't waste effort being an affiliate for any seller or business.
      5. Don't spend time on social networking fads.
      6. Don't worry about what competitors are doing.
      7. Don't follow unqualified advice.
      8. Don't be distracted by the current "hot niche" or trends.
      9. Don't waste time or money on PLR, low-quality or cheap articles.
      10. Avoid tools or practices that require frequent maintenance or upgrades.
      Are the vast majority of internet marketers just one in a sea of a million...?
      Your thoughts are right on.....do not follow the crowd.....
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    • Profile picture of the author AffiliatingAlan
      Originally Posted by Dan C. Rinnert View Post

      1. Build and focus on ONE quality, content-rich website.
      2. Don't worry about SEO.
      3. Don't waste time or money with Google AdSense or AdWords.
      4. Don't waste effort being an affiliate for any seller or business.
      5. Don't spend time on social networking fads.
      6. Don't worry about what competitors are doing.
      7. Don't follow unqualified advice.
      8. Don't be distracted by the current "hot niche" or trends.
      9. Don't waste time or money on PLR, low-quality or cheap articles.
      10. Avoid tools or practices that require frequent maintenance or upgrades.
      Im lolling so hard atm. This is the strategy to failure.

      There is even a saying for this. "Don't put all your eggs in one basket".

      What would happen is site would either fail or succeed. Most likely fail with no SEO or Social, or being current.

      Youd have a great site know one would ever see. Or a terrible site that know one would ever see.

      great advice
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      • Profile picture of the author noodle2005
        Originally Posted by AffiliatingAlan View Post

        Im lolling so hard atm. This is the strategy to failure.

        There is even a saying for this. "Don't put all your eggs in one basket".

        What would happen is site would either fail or succeed. Most likely fail with no SEO or Social, or being current.

        Youd have a great site know one would ever see. Or a terrible site that know one would ever see.

        great advice
        I think with regards to his SEO qoute, he means he wouldn't rely on SEO for traffic. So what if he did no seo, he may only have a squeeze page and simply use paid traffic to get visitors to it.

        You don't know his business model, besides, what if google suddenly changed their algorithm and his site vanished.

        To answer the ops question....I would start with one method first and make it profitable before moving on to other income streams / methods
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  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    learn or understand keyword research before you do anything else...very easy to learn.
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  • Profile picture of the author dndoseller
    - Email list building

    - Content / Assets - create lots of useful, big, bold, beautiful, awe inspiring, smart, unique, valuable, meaningful content and assets that people will pay for.

    - Sell the content and assets to the list.

    That is the secret to the whole thing, everything else is just details.
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    • Profile picture of the author heavysm
      Focus on one niche site and build it up with high quality content. Screw the SEO angle, just write for my readers. Promote through largely free and evergreen traffic sources. Article syndication etc will help promotion for high quality link bait.

      While that's going on collect leads through a nicely crafted squeeze page/ sales funnel and build my list for free. Not building my list from the get go was one of my biggest mistakes but I am happy I've jumped onto bandwagon now
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  • Profile picture of the author bob33229
    @Dan

    You have summarized it well.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbluford
    I'd have to say focus on list building and develop a trusting relationship with your list so that they feel comfortable buying from you when you do decide to promote to them. I'd also recommend video marketing. Show your face and let your following hear your voice. It makes a HUGE difference.
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    • Profile picture of the author Shadowflux
      Honestly, I've thought about this and I don't think I would do anything differently. I started making money right away and that continued to grow steadily. The only reason I know what I know now is the experience I gained along the way.

      If I was going to do something differently, I suppose it would be setting up passive revenue streams earlier. Even with that, though, I only know what I'm doing because of experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author ephicil
    I would stop spending hours reading "guru" and latest tips and success stories. And put those hours into building my own kingdom.
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  • Profile picture of the author PeckhamPirate
    I wish I'd published at least one piece of online content every day since I'd started working in this industry...
    Whatever else you do, put stuff out!
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin Ehinger
    Originally Posted by John Conrad View Post

    If you could start all over, knowing everything you know now, how would you make money with internet marketing?
    I am actually doing EXACTLY what I would do if I had to start over. I have three methods of making money:

    Freelance Writing
    Network Marketing
    Blogging

    If I had to start over, I'd write for others to make instant cash, while building up my Network Marketing team and blogging about subjects, while promoting Amazon Products.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mo Goulet
    Find the niche that has a high demand and low supply. I spent too many years trying to compete with a product or service where the competition was extremely high. I now specialize in providing websites and marketing counseling for book author's. Dan C. Rinnert's advice pretty much covered the basics but narrowing my niche made life much easier.
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  • Profile picture of the author clever7
    I would offer my services and get paid without spending money online before knowing how everything works. I would also study many lessons at the Warrior Forum everyday instead of being only a tourist.






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    • Profile picture of the author Danny McConnell
      I see you are asking about list building and not getting much feedback.

      The opinions you get here are readily available for free.

      Do a forum search and read some threads, that will tell you a lot.

      Do a google search and find 10 free reports on list building. Read them all.

      Look for Facebook groups on list building and read the posts there.

      By then you should have a fairly rounded education on list building.

      One note on list building. If you do it, commit to it. That means treating your list like a list from the first subscriber. Don't wait until it gets "big enough" to do something with.
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  • Profile picture of the author figuringmoneyout
    I would start writing sooner and bemore consistent. I think I got sidetracked a lot with lots of little ideas and dreams and that held me back with what worked for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author 07
    I'd start off with list building in a way I know it now. Its quite funny how I was unexperienced when I was only starting out, its quite stupid of me not doing it by that time.
    Actualy I got into list building before everyone started talking abut it and I tried it long ago, still I wish I knew it all by that time.
    List building is one of the most profitable areas of online businesses not talking about the huge projects here, but stiill the roi is here.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheMaleRN
    Focus on one site alone. One niche. one marketing method. in the first few months.

    AND NOT TO JUMP AT EVERY BIG WSO...
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    • Profile picture of the author lerxtjr
      4. Don't waste effort being an affiliate for any seller or business.
      Well, I'll go ahead and be the opposite view point on this one. Many moons ago, I started online with my own product. Now, I sure wish I found a really good affiliate product to promote so that I could learn all the ropes, ins and outs, before spending all that energy attempting to learn how to build, promote, sell and fulfill my own service that I was offering at the time.

      I suggest finding a product that you don't have to worry about producing and managing inventory and taxes and acquiring accurate shipping costs and packaging and managing pricing and processing returns and and and!!

      If I could start over from scratch, I'd find some product to fall in love with and evangelize it full-time until I'm consistently making $20K per month in affiliate commissions. Somewhere along the way I could start building my product on the side incorporating what I've learned by promoting the affiliate product.
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  • Profile picture of the author vladinla
    Hi John,

    You probably noticed that people here suggest you lots of wonderful ways to make money online. And they all can work.

    The truth is it's pretty hard. You need to learn, you need to be consistent and you need to pay attention to detail.

    Just follow the industry leaders, hardcore guys with hardcore blogs. Don't get distracted, learn the SEO tools (they do work).

    And if you have money - start building a blog network. Then you can promote yourself
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    • Profile picture of the author CTWilliamson
      I would have spent most of my time building a list! It is very difficult to sell anyone on their first visit. You need to develop trust first.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chad Eljisr
    I would start with building my list straight away and set a clear target of daily subscribers I want for my list.

    I would also launch a new low ticket product every six weeks. This will get you the best leads - BUYERS - into your list, and it's the fastest way to build authority in your niche.

    Finally I would work hard on building my back end funnel - where the real profit is... Including middle to high ticket products, webinars and coaching. It took me some time to understand the power of a deep funnel...
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  • Profile picture of the author sree94
    I would have done it the same way I started, with free traffic methods, to see what converts

    But I would have then moved those campaigns to paid traffic a lot quicker!
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    I would simply

    1. Choose a niche
    2. Setup a blog and squeeze page
    3. Create free report
    4. Generate Free Traffic
    5. Email list daily with value, affiliate promotions, and my own products while studying and experimenting with paid traffic
    6. Once I'm comfortable with paid traffic I would invest more money into a campaign and make it profitable.
    7. Continue to increase my traffic or move on to another niche and repeat the process
    6. Live happily ever after
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  • Profile picture of the author jasondinner
    Same way I do it now. Drive paid traffic to affiliate offers, build some lists etc
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Langham
    If I were to have done anything different it would be to concentrate on one thing at a time.

    Because it is so easy to get hold of information via the search engines and because it is so easy to pump your inbox full of yet more information, lack of focus and structure is according to my research and information the killer. Note the research I mention is good old fashioned openess from friends and acquaintaces I have met over the years and who have told me themselves. Overwhelmingly the issue has been focus, lack of it,information overload andrunning around doing several things at once.

    Most people go through the 'info overload' syndrom at some point so if you feel you have this do not not be ashamed/worried just deal with it, be ruthless.

    Additionally, keeping things relative is important. The number of times I have seen forum posts along the lines of, "I want to create a search engine like Google can anyone give some advice please", those sorts of posts defy logic for most of us, for obvious reasons. Don't kid yourself.

    Have an interest in one particular area and just learn everything you can about it. Become an expert. How you portray that expertise is irrelevant, it could be via offering webinars, writing a blog, selling a product etc, but become an expert so that you have something to offe. If you remain humble about your expertise and are willing to help people as well, people will come to you and buy your services.

    I hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author trkr81
    In order to increase your "output," you must decrease your "input." I'm on a ton of lists, but I'm careful not to get roped into the sales process. Each email received is a time sponge. It absorbs your time and prevents you from producing. Speaking of time,... you either "spend" your time,... or you "invest" your time. Stew on that carefully.

    Robert Kiyosaki says "Be the bank, --not the banker". Affiliates are often the "banker." They work their tail off for a commission while the bank rolls in the dough. So, be the bank. Invest your time creating your own product --unless (and ONLY unless) you have have a scalable, automated, and virtually hands-free method to promote affiliate products on a mass scale.

    Those who focus solely on affiliate marketing are always on the hunt for the next "hit." Once the "high" is over, they're onto the next big thing. They cannot possibly believe in every product they promote, and therefore become poor advocates. Notice I said "advocates", not affiliates. That's because, with your own product (high quality product), your customers become advocates. And advocates, my friend,... will outsell affiliates all day long.

    Think of the last product you fell in love with. It didn't matter if you made $. You told everyone because it rocked. That's what advocates do. They can't contain their satisfaction. Now, when you can turn that advocate into an affiliate, .... now, you're headed in the right direction.
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    • Profile picture of the author scubasteve-cr
      If I could start all over? Easy, I'd buy sex.com, casino.com, gambling.com, porn.com, business.com, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tyler Pratt
    I would have started my daily emails to my list years ago, that is if I could go back in time.
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  • Profile picture of the author +newportone
    If I knew years ago , what I knew now I would say put the greatest effort into list building. List building was valuable fifteen years ago and its significance has never faded. Over the years I have heard that advise more than anything else , and now I know it is for a good reason. The basics of list building are easy to learn and have become easier to accomplish with the ability to target FaceBook users. I recommend thinking of list building as a foundation for all of your business intentions,
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    I would have gotten started with a 'top tier' direct selling business that marketed 'Big Ticket' items that start at $1,000 right up to $21,000 Per Sale!

    It's much easier to make a lot of money (in less time and no extra work) with bigger priced items.
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  • Profile picture of the author Geri Richmond
    Hi,
    The first thing I'd do is get a coach. It's so much easier to know what the next step/s that you should take to move forward. I wasted a lot of time and money doing Internet Marketing on my own.
    Good luck in your choices.
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  • Profile picture of the author winebuddy
    I skimmed through a lot of the replies here but there is one common thread in many of them and it is the ONLY one that counts...

    Create an audience of people that are interested in what you want to teach them. Or, you could tap into an existing audience.

    Ok - call it "build a list" if you want. Call it build a fanpage. Call it build a remarketing cookie pool. Whatever. It is creating a large audience of people that are interested in what you teach.

    All the rest is BS.

    Without a targeted audience that you can reach, you can't sell anything. Even if you have the best bestest betterest product ever created, it won't matter because no one, or a very small few, will ever see it.

    If I started over right now, had no money, and had to use a computer at the local public library, I would begin putting up squeeze pages on free platforms and sending traffic to them with free methods. Without money, it would take a little longer, but I could build huge fan bases or audiences within a few months.

    Then I could sell either my own products or teaching courses, or I could act as an affiliate and sell other peoples stuff.

    The recipe for success in any business has always been the same.

    Get prospects. Sell to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author JRJWrites
    In what time frame?

    I could make a thousand in a month or ten K's in a year.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sagar Mehta
    I'd launch a payment processor. Like Clickbank ;-)

    Sagar
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  • Profile picture of the author Sunganani
    1. Email marketing
    2. Youtube marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author JRJWrites
    1. I'd realize that if I needed cash fast, I'd sell a service. If I needed more cash in the long run, I'd create and sell a product.
    2. Run a business first, and then a blog.
    3. Be personable.
    4. Don't care about what Google thinks of your site. Care about what readers think of your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
    I have to agree with so many others. I'd focus on:

    1. Generating valuable content
    2. Using that content to build a list
    3. Continue to provide value to that list everyday
    4. All the while promoting products and services where I make revenue in return.
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  • Profile picture of the author bluebrain
    List building is the most solid foundation for internet marketing. Now, that can be done with methods like SEO, PPC, Facebook, forums, etc
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  • Profile picture of the author christophercuna
    I probably wouldn't have spent so much time on Content Mills on Bidding Sites (I assumed it was the only method of making money through writing). I only recently found out the real potential of internet marketing and Freelancing.

    I also would've actually bought a site instead of wasting time on WordPress looking for clients.
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  • Profile picture of the author malouisa
    Wow! Nice question. If I started with a right mentor maybe i didn't waste my time, money and effort. Many of us who are dreaming of earning online, started with a wrong system, wrong site, wrong program, wrong place to advertise and the most of all is the wrong attitude. In my case i started with the right attitude (not a quitter, determined to learn, putting more effort and time, etc) but no idea on how to do the online marketing. I didn't know the autoresponder, i didn't know the capture pages, i didn't know how to advertise online, in short no body guided me on what to do and how to do it correctly. But, even i didn't earn for so long, i know that if others can do it, i can do it too. Now, i know what to do and applying my knowledge from my mentors. My tips to newbies, take time to create your autoresponder. don't market if you don't have it then choose the right program or network that you will market then increase your lists using the correct capture pages. Everything will follow.
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    • Profile picture of the author dduverge
      That's funny you ask because I'm kind of in the same boat. About 5 years ago I got to making a steady income on the internet. And just now Im getting back into and guess what, Im doing the same thing that I did before I lost all my accounts and it's working just as expected. Not making much since I just started again but Im..

      1. Getting started by making some money as an affiliate using free methods.
      2. Invest in an autoresponder, domain name and web host.
      3. Drive traffic to many squeeze pages at once while testing the conversion and edit your pages accordingly.
      4. If results not satisfactory in all squeeze pages try different traffic methods.
      5. Once you have a sizeable and responsive list either create your own product or buy plr rights to an existing one and make it your own
      6. Invest in sales software which will allow affiliates, OTO's and building of a buyers list.
      7. Set up your product on that platform.
      8. Email your existing (relevant) lists about your new product and invite them to promote it with you

      Im on step 2.
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    Be a producer, not a consumer
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  • Profile picture of the author RabbitAnimate
    i like sale things,so i'll make online store in my own website to sell products.so people can buy what they need online.
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  • Profile picture of the author affguy89
    Stay the heck away from 2nd tier ppc! I think that's a good one.
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