Your First Year in Network Marketing – Tips For Surviving & Thriving
In your first year of getting involved with Internet marketing it is very important for you to understand that as a beginner, You do not yet have all of the sophisticated technical and marketing skills of the experienced online marketing pro. I know from my own experience you need to ask yourself if you want to keep wasting your time and money on all the junk and hype out there and going head-to-head against people that have a whole lot more experience than you,
When I first got involved I started buying all the get rich stuff advertised and nearly exhausted my bank card, Please do not do that…Ask somebody that is already making a good living on the Internet for some helpful advice…tell them your brand new because he will know where to start and of course how best he can offer direction, Also you could visit your local library and find a whole stack of information, How about searching on Google with what interests you, There is a mass of information to be found there, Reading articles on your given subject will reveal loads of useful material, All this will get you off to a fine start
First think about your interests a hobby or your work or maybe a sport that you are totally excited about, Think…could you write a 20 page book about your favorite subject, I can promise you that when you start writing you will possibly end up with a book of at least 50 pages and even more than that, Just for the sake of it lets say your interest is Fishing, Look for all the different elements of fishing and see how many you come up with,
Check this out; types of fish, fishing rods, types of hooks, line, the best rivers for different types of fish,what about sea fishing, I could go on and on but I am sure you get the idea, I bet your thinking the book would be at least a thousand or so pages in length and you would be right, but think a little deeper and you may get the idea of breaking this thousand page manuscript into ten different areas of the fishing scene, You would certainly be off to good start with ten books of which you are the author,
Now, taking that a step further to the information marketing scene…This is where you could offer these ten books for sale, Obviously your going to need a platform to offer your works from and about the easiest I can suggest is Word press, There is a magnitude of tutorials on how to set this up believe me it is easy, When you get your first word press website finished and your now online it will a lot easier when setting up your second website, As a beginner with a little guidance on setting up your first word press website it should take you less than 30 minutes,
It does seem like a lot of work to get your website up and running. The Internet is an impersonal arena with many busy people with limited time. To break through that barrier and capture their attention takes a lot of hard work and dedication on your part. As time goes by though you will be able to capture a loyal customer base that will want to return and buy again. It will not be because of tricks or just slick words. It will be because you care about your customer, and are determined to give them the very best website you can. You will love it when it happens.
Now what most newbies worry about is how to get buying traffic to this wonderful website you have just got online and to deservedly profit from all the hard work and effort you had to put in, I did say it was not all doom and gloom and I meant exactly that because my forte is traffic generation, I can show you how to pump traffic on autopilot to your website and offer the ten books to your new customers,
For you to find out a lot more info on traffic generation try visiting my website you will find videos and an e-book to answer all your questions, I will be writing about traffic generation in great detail so be sure to book mark this article for your future reference, I am positive I can help you in the many different areas of Internet Marketing and get you off to a flying start.
To Your Future Success
Royston C Summerell