One Important Lesson For Succeeding Online...
Either way, there's one important tip I wanted to share with all of you tonight, and that is the more action you take (even if it isn't the PERFECT action) the sooner you'll succeed.
I know, I know, you've probably heard this a million times, but I wanted put a different spin on it here for you... With Internet Marketing, people are always looking for "the perfect thing to do", and the reality is that no matter what you do, there's probably always going to be something you could've done better, but you shouldn't ever let that stop you...
I've found that anytime I've gone out to do SOMETHING, the results always followed suit. What you should be doing, is just the basics well. Don't be looking for the perfect #1 tip or technique that "not even the gurus know about yet". Just do some of the basic things well.
If you really only have one skill, like web design, Copywriting, etc, just focus on selling that service for a while you learn the other things... no pressure.
There's always this fear in the back of our minds of "wasting our time", but I'm here to tell you, it's impossible for you to waste your time at Internet Marketing... Even if you don't see results right away, you're still gaining valuable experience and knowledge.
However, if you just focus on doing the basic things well (in this case things like writing Copywrtitng, SEO, PPC, Media Buying, choosing offers, etc) you will see results, plain and simple. It's trying to find a million shortcuts which usually holds people back, because they're afraid of doing work and getting nothing in return...
Again, I've found that anytime I went and took action, the world responded in kind. If I worked my @$$ off to generate business, I got more business, if I studied or wrote Copy, I got better at it, if I study or practiced web design or SEO, I got better at it... and before you know it, you'll be pretty good... Just don't let the fear of "I might take all this action and get nothing in return" stop you... because that simply isn't true.
You will always get back what you put out... Always.
Hope that helps.