Internet Marketing Success – Find One Thing And Stick To It
Want to become a great public speaker? Do your research and practice, practice, practice. Live and breathe public speaking.
And soon enough you will be a superb public speaker.
Now, saying that hard work and nothing else will make you millions is way too simplistic. The fact is that hard work only yields results if you are working hard on the right thing.
AdSense for example. If you want to make a lot of money with this monetization system, you need a real plan to follow.
I got lucky you see. I determined that AdSense was awesome. I love Google, unusual for an internet marketer I think, and love whole idea of ??contextual ad publishing. So I did that magic thing.
I stuck to it.
I did not know I was doing something good, but I found something I liked and I ran with it.
Now why I'm talking about this in such detail is that not sticking to one thing is the cause of premature termination of many a budding internet marketing career.
Here are some online business models that I know beyond doubt work:
- Affiliate Marketing
- SEO for offline businesses
There are others that I believe work, but have little experience with
- Product creation
Choose one, or another that you know definitely works. Stick with it.
And why would not you? You can not do all of those, and the dozens of others, at the same time and expect success. What you can do is to concentrate on one until you have mastered it. Each and every one of those business models can provide you with a fantastic income so you do not have to keep trying one after the other.
There's this thing in the IM community that people yabber on and on about, interminably. Wannabe gurus warn people about it out of the blue and use it as an excuse to increase their post count at the Warrior Forum. It's the 'shiny new object' syndrome.
People try one product after another, seduced by the promises of success delivered by wily product creators.
While I'm sure these products are perfectly great, it distracts people from what they should be doing.
Getting good at something and making money from it. They then fall foul to one or more of the following issues:
- Spend small fortunes on information products and software that they do not really need
- Become disheartened when they do not make money because they're spreading themselves too thin
- Quit because it's not working when in fact they either have not worked hard enough or long enough
Unless you're using paid traffic and have a great mentor, making a substantial amount of money can take months, giving up after a few weeks, or jumping to another plan after a few weeks, it will ensure that you're wasting your time. Put your all into a single system and make it work for you.