The major problem why many fail at Internet Marketing has to do with a lack of systems.
Increasingly over the last couple of weeks I’ve received emails along the lines of:
“I earned a couple of hundred dollars over the past few weeks using XYZ adsense system from XYZ guru. All of a sudden, the product doesn’t work anymore. What happened?”
“I used this affiliate marketing product and surprised myself by racking up 30 sales in my first month. Now I’m getting 1 sale a week. I’m never going to be able to quit my day job and go fully into Internet Marketing”
It’s a constant refrain and I can understand the situation that many are going through.
During my first couple of months in Internet Marketing, I was pretty psyched too, especially when my sales were doubling every month, from $1,500 the first month, to $2,500 the next month. And it just seemed like sales were set to continue doubling every month. Each time I sent out an email, it was just a matter of waking up in the morning and refreshing my payment processor screens to see the sales flying in.
I was really feeling happy till three days went by without sales.
Then a week. I was getting really concerned.
Then a couple of sales came in, but nowhere near the phenomenal level I had seen starting out, where seeing $500 a day in net profit seemed to be business as usual.
Going from my high earning days to consecutive days of zero sales was demoralizing.
It was only when I discovered Internet Guru Jo Han Mok’s Internet Millionaire Code that the pieces of the puzzle started coming together for me.
Here’s where I think every Internet Marketer and Direct Marketer stands to learn a lesson or two.
If you want to build a sustainable business, forget the reigning product du jour for a moment, instead it’s worth focusing on the business fundamentals (rather than Internet Marketing technology) and go from there.
More important than the ebook or snazzy technology is the mindset, which will position you for success.
Having a plan and a strategy in place will bring you a step up from other marketers who’re stumbling from one product to the next, making a couple of hundred dollars till the product lifecycle runs out.
Instead of “fumbling in the dark”, you can check out some of Jo Han’s success principles.
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