What Would You Change?

by PABryant 4 replies
This is a general question for all Internet Marketers.

If you could go back and start all over again with your Online Marketing or Online Business, if you could change just one thing, what would be the one thing you would change?
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  • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
    Originally Posted by PABryant View Post

    This is a general question for all Internet Marketers.

    If you could go back and start all over again with your Online Marketing or Online Business, if you could change just one thing, what would be the one thing you would change?
    If I'm being totally honest, I wouldn't change a thing. Each phase that I have gone through has been a learning experience for me that will be forever ingrained in my mind.

    Every friend I have made along the way, I have learned from, some even valuable life lessons I will never forget either!

    Nope, wouldn't change a thing!

    MissTerraK
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  • Profile picture of the author MaverickWil
    I would have focused on just one methodology. It is easy to get stuck in analysis paralysis and information overload early on. I would have also bought much less products before having made significant profits as this reduces the amount of funds you have available to carry out campaigns and scaling them (assuming of course you start off with minimal funds like myself).

    I'd also be much more clearer on my goals and objectives. I wasted half a year in the beginning just messing around because I didn't have an end goal in mind. Once you have a destination, many things processes fall into place and work becomes much more efficient.

    That being said, mistakes are part and parcel of learning
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Originally Posted by MaverickWil View Post

      I would have focused on just one methodology. It is easy to get stuck in analysis paralysis and information overload early on. I would have also bought much less products before having made significant profits as this reduces the amount of funds you have available to carry out campaigns and scaling them (assuming of course you start off with minimal funds like myself).

      I'd also be much more clearer on my goals and objectives. I wasted half a year in the beginning just messing around because I didn't have an end goal in mind. Once you have a destination, many things processes fall into place and work becomes much more efficient.

      That being said, mistakes are part and parcel of learning
      I was blessed in this situation by watching someone close to me do just that and lose a lot of money, getting nowhere fast.

      I definately learned from that and was able to forgo that particular route!

      If however, I had done that myself, yeah, I definately would list that as something I would change!

      MissTerraK
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  • Profile picture of the author Allicin
    If I could go back I'd probably pace myself a bit more... I wanted to learn everything at one and then had a bad case of information overload... Because I'd learnt so many things and so many different ways to make money, I just didnt know where to start!! It frustrated me and so I put IM off for a year or so... I felt like I was lost in the middle of the ocean! lol
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