Because I love Internet Marketing and hate wasting time I have learned
to remain vigilant and focused on my reason for being online.
Even experienced Internet marketers, if honest, will tell you that they
sometimes find themselves wasting a lot of time in this exciting and
sometimes distracting medium.
Some setbacks you cannot control, such as when even the best
planned marketing campaign proves not to be as effective as you
hoped, but that is life and we all miss the mark sometimes.
However, some distractions can be avoided or minimized and it
is best to learn how to do this the early days of your Internet marketing efforts.
Here is one thing that must be learned quickly if you don’t want to waste
your time and marketing dollars.
That means you must know the steps that will take your online business
from dream to reality and make a plan of action that will get you there.
Usually if you are going to market successfully online you will need your
own website or blog.
You will have to set aside time to research and write good useful, regularly
updated and free content to provide value to site visitors and readers.
You must also have simple ways to stay in touch with your blog and website
visitors so you can update them with more information about your
products, service and yourself.
A simple contact or lead capture page is one of your “must haves” on your
website or blog.
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There are many other aspects to building a viable business on the Internet, but
the above steps are the basics.
I love internet marketing and staying focused
A giant pitfall that stymies even some of the most experienced Internet
marketer is the “Shiny object syndrome”.
This syndrome is insidious!
It can easily take you off track and keep you going around in an endless
What is it?
Simply this syndrome is akin to the “grass is always greener” next door.
Internet marketers who do not stick to one program or opportunity long
enough to see some success are said to be afflicted with the shiny object
syndrome because they run off to join every new “best” thing that
catches their attention.