It all comes down to this: People want to trust you. They want to feel that they know you. And if they don’t yet, then they gain that impression in the first five seconds, sometimes less, when they land on your website.
Why Independent training? Typically you are taught in network marketing to get out there and hit the pavement. Talk to more people. Don’t come home until you’ve talked to 30 people, wear your pin, hang flyer’s on car windshields, have a grand opening, etc., etc. Their approach is based on face to face confrontation and using the phone to contact leads that you are encouraged to purchase from them or a recommended source.
Tweet And Publish – You can start a Twitter and a Facebook account and start off on your journey with the social media. You can build up your numbers of loyal followers, and they’ll read you content and keep up with you, especially the ones who are in the same internet marketing niche. They can be a greatforce of visitors to your site.
But you’ll need more than that, you’ll need a well-round assortment of marketing strategies combining both online and more traditional methods. A multi-faceted approach because each facet supports and reinforces the other and it gives you more exposure. You want to be remembered, and it takes more than one, or two, or even ten “impressions” before you really stick in someone’s brain. And then you’ll want to stay visible so they don’t forget about you the next time they want, well, whatever it is you have.
Too much information too fast can really put a damper on your productivity and even your creativity. We have to give ourselves some breathing room, some space to just think about things. I know if you’re in the online marketing business, you know what I mean. I would think about all those eBooks or eCourses I purchased that were just sitting there on my hard drive. In the meantime, new offers arrive daily, sometimes hourly in my email InBox. The information superhighway can be a place fraught with danger if we don’t slow down and enjoy the journey.
Creating a daily to-do list is really important when you are an Internet Marketer. You will know precisely which daily things you need to do to help you reach long term success. Make sure your to-do lists consists on tasks that are achievable. Make sure that it isn’t just another list of mini-goals. The list, instead, needs to be about the steps that will actually lead to the reaching of your primary goal. Make sure the list is simple and straight to the point.
You must display is the desire to learn and a willingness to be coached. There’s a lot to learn and things change at a rapid pace. Don’t get frustrated or overloaded to start with, just keep yourself teachable and grow at your own pace.