As promised, here's my report for week 1.
For some of you guys that don't know what this is about, then read the following thread first:
At first, I didn't know what to write or report on, but something came knocking into my door. In my efforts of becoming a more active member in this forum I came into something unexpected:
I found a guy, just about my age that was having a little problem:
He is in college, second year. He is into Internet Marketing but hasn't found his way into making money yet. He isn't motivated with college anymore and he wants to go full time on IM.
Seems familiar? This guy was in the exact same situation I found myself just a week before.
So, I contacted him and offered him a deal. Everyday, we'll Skype for about an hour or two and I will teach him everything I know about making money online. Sort of like a mentor or coach. BUT, he shouldn't quit college (i'm no one to be telling people to just quit college). He must find a balance between making money and college.
The first day, I sent him a copy of my program (for free) and brainstormed. he liked my product so he decided he wanted to promote my product (even before it's out). Day two we discussed keywords, hosting, wordpress, reviews and that sort of things. Day three we came up with this domain, bought it and built a website in under an hour. This is how the website is coming along: 19 and Rich Program 2011 Review.
I installed him the basic plugins and themes (which I've bought previously).
Day 4 we assigned each other several tasks, such as writing a several number of articles and stuff like that. For example, we choose a keyword, write an article about it and submit it to the same directory. At the end of two weeks, the article ranking higher wins. We also set up some goals together, and we threw in some deadlines. I think we're going to get along just fine and help each other at the end of the way.
Message of the Week: No matter what situation you're in, there's always some one that's better and worse than you. But there's always someone that's in the same situation as you. So, in order to get, give. There's always someone you can help out. You'll see that the help process is not a one way deal, in the end you always end up helping each other out.
Quote of the Week: Life's about making choices and living up to them (that's mine, I learnt that the hard way)
Goal of the Week: Help someone out. (Goal status: achieved )
This is my report for week one. I'll be adding more "of the Week" the following weeks. Thanks guys for letting me do this.