I've always said there are no secrets in Internet Marketing. But sure there are. The Google search and Quality Score algorithms are secrets, almost, just like a quick example.
But when someone is trying to sell you his latest secret that made him a big bank account, he never used these secrets: Bah, humbug.
So technically the above headline just grabs attention.
However … if you're not aware of anything, it's a secret to you, so I want to show my secrets of 8 steps to success in Internet Marketing. Here are the steps you need to take to do it:
I've understood something in some cases, but for me, insufficient, trying and learning consumed (as I wrote in the book) for 3 years of my life. Totally consumed it, in fact.
Finally, I learned what I needed to learn (for me it was an explosion of a campaign) and finally I reached the step of believing.
The last 4 steps came in a hurry.
Regardless of your current status, you can reach level 8, I do not doubt it at all, if you're ready to do the necessary. I recently mentioned in our forum that I expect most of our members to be at least at level 3 and most are in step 6.
When I read posts on other forums, I see too many in Step 1 and fear that they want to stay there forever. For example, I saw a post that day. He would earn $ 6,000 for 4 months, and he would like suggestions. Someone cant have a good tip trying Bum Marketing and his answer was "I'm not interested in writing articles".
Oh, excuse me? I'm not interested in getting out of hot beds on a cold day, but something has to be done that you do not want to do.
Read the steps. Make the most of the steps. Leave a step and you're asking for trouble, IMO.
Where are you today? What can you do this month to get to the next step? Ask yourself how much it would be worth getting there. How much time? How much effort? How much money?
Step 4 (Believe) can be the fastest to achieve, and hardest to achieve, at the same time. Some have the Devil's time because their guard is up, not believing in all the hustle and bustle around them. And that can be good. But again, if you believe everyone is a cheater and liar, who will you choose a supervisor?
It sometimes takes ah-ha moments like I had in 2005. I read a report written by someone I knew and trusted. I said "if he can do that, can I do that". And so I did that too. The rest is a story.
Some people do not believe until they see someone near them doing something amazing. Many people know the story of Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in less than 4 minutes. Before reaching it, it was widely believed that no person could perform that feat. Soon after he did, do some others too.
What happened there? Were they stronger or faster after a few weeks? Do they learn new technology? No at all. All that happened was that they suddenly learned how to drive a mile in less than 4 minutes was realistic.
If he can, I can do that, they said. And they did it.
You have often heard it: "What the mind believes can be achieved."
Easier than done, I know. But there are methods that speed up that process.
Source by Dennis Becker