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Unread 5th Dec 2008, 10:26 PM   #1
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Is it normal for a newbie to feel totally overwhelemed? I don't know where to begin I have so many questions. Are there training videos? How does the payments work on our sites? Do newbies start by paying to get traffic?
Maybe a experience PIP member could be so kind and help a new person with some questions. I totally appreciate anyone's time as I need to get this business up and running stat. Had a bad accident and out of work for over 4 months. Hoping to make this huge.:confused:
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Hi MJ,

Welcome to PIPS and to the forum

Yes, it is perfectly normal to feel overwhelmed! You are not alone.

But take comfort in the fact that it does get easier as time passes and you will start to feel less overwhelmed. I've been doing internet marketing now for over 4 years and from time to time I do still get the feeling of information overload, but nowhere near as much as I used to.

To answer your questions:
(1) yes, there are videos called "newbie training videos". If you login to the PIPS affiliate center you will find them under the bonuses - http://www.pluginprofitsite.com/login/

(2) Each of the individual programs (SFI, Empowerism, SU etc) handle payments for you so you don't need to worry about that. You will receive emails when you make a sale and all the programs have a variety of methods to pay you commisions e.g. US $ check, cashcard

(3) You don't need to pay to get traffic - you can get traffic by using Traffic Swarm, writing and submitting articles with your URL in the resource box, submitting classified ads, forum marketing and more. The 30 days to Success has a number of strategies that are free as well as paid.

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Hi MJ,

Welcome to the Forum. Suzanne give you
good advices, and you need to have patient
to learn new staff every day, and confusion is just normal.
Everyone here learn from people who has some progress in
business, and you need too.

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Yup.. When I just started I was confused like you but things managed to work out and I learn so many thing along the way.

You can do it too! just be open to any ideas..

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Originally Posted by M.J. View Post

Is it normal for a newbie to feel totally overwhelemed? I don't know where to begin I have so many questions. Are there training videos? How does the payments work on our sites? Do newbies start by paying to get traffic?
Maybe a experience PIP member could be so kind and help a new person with some questions. I totally appreciate anyone's time as I need to get this business up and running stat. Had a bad accident and out of work for over 4 months. Hoping to make this huge.:confused:



Hi MJ

Welcome to the forum, if you listen to Suzanne and you will not go far wrong.

I've been a member about 5 months and I'm still confused, I was a business advisor in my former life but this is a whole new ball game.

Try to stay focused as there are many roads to success and you can easily get side tracked.

Never had so many emails offering me the perfect way to make it, forget them and concentrate on the PIPS program

Rosalie

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http://developyourownsuccess.blogspot.com/


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Hi MJ,
Welcome to forum. I've been through this before and I did not know where to start because too many things need to be done in 30 days. You should follow Suzanne advice. Please patient and do not give up.

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Welcome to the Pips forum M.J,
I see that you are asking questions so you are on the right track. Ask away! This is what the forum is all about. You've gotten great advice.

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Thanks for asking that question -- I just joined 5 minutes ago!! Lots of great information I want to learn and to share and am very anxious to process it all! I know it will take time to get the hang of it, so thanks to all who responded -- I am reading all I can right now!
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Hi MJ,
Yes it is totally normal. Just listen to Suzanne. I am a newbie too and after some advice from Suzanne I am beginning to feel more organized. Just keep going .

All the best,
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A big welcome to you. You have basically gotten the great advice already so just stay focused and spend as much time in the forum as possible and ask your questions they will be sure to get answered.

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