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The One Internet Marketing Lesson You Must Learn
Coming from a professional background in education I have always known the importance of information: how it can change and enrich one's life for the better. It's a general consensus that has proven itself again and again. So much so, that it's a given fact, information and knowledge can lead to the very good things in life.
However, it wasn't until I became a professional online marketer that I realized how effective information can truly be in achieving your goals. Even the smallest bit of marketing information can have life changing effects on those who put it into practice. The results have totally astounded me.
Not just once but every day.
I am constantly amazed how powerful the right information can be. As I acquire more and more knowledge in the Internet marketing field this fact is driven home to me each day. I still consider myself a novice even though I have been learning web and affiliate marketing for over seven or eight years now. The last two years as a full-time online marketer, but I am still surprised how information is the key to achieving online success. Just a few bits of knowledge can make all the difference.
It's mainly due to the nature of the Internet. The web has a way of amplifying and spiraling everything out of control. Whether it's the latest must-see video on YouTube or the latest Google SEO tip that becomes viral and is instantly seen and discussed by millions within seconds.
Ideas at the speed of light. Information at the click of a mouse.
I don't believe anyone can fully understand how powerful and effective the web can be unless you have first-hand experience with your own website and marketing. Where you can actually apply the latest marketing technique or SEO tip to see the results for yourself. Clinical evidence staring you in the face.
One tip or piece of information can make a big difference. Strange but true. It's the interaction this application of knowledge can have on your whole marketing system. Even just one solid piece of information can change everything.
It's the butterfly effect on steroids. Powered to the ninth degree and fueled by the endless connections of the web. Information becomes a tangible force in its own right. One that should not only be respected, but more importantly, used to accomplish your own goals.
Information and knowledge are your key sources for achieving success. No mystery there, but how many people actually apply it to their own situation? Limited few.
Anyone wishing to pursue online marketing, building websites, or just using the net to express their ideas should start first with acquiring as much information as they can get their hands on. Keep in mind, not everyone is chasing the almighty dollar, but for those who are after an economic return, obtaining information is still your best ticket to the good life. No matter what that good life means for you or your objectives in life, acquiring the right information will get you there.
Therefore, regardless of the lifestyle or pursuit you have in mind, you must make acquiring information and knowledge your first goal. Seek it out, don't wait for it to just magically appear. Befriend people who have the knowledge you're seeking. Be pro-active, learn something new each day. Consume information but don't forget to also process it. Use the information you acquire.
Never stop learning. It's the one lesson you must learn.
I hope you will make it a lifelong pursuit like I have done. Thanks to the power of the Internet the rewards and benefits just keep multiplying every day. Those rewards will be all the incentive you need to keep obtaining more and more information.
So teach yourself. Keep acquiring knowledge. Keep growing. Keep improving. Keep learning.
School's out, but you're not. Not now, not ever!
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If that's your impression, then read it again - and again!
Let me give you a concrete example:
I get over 1,000 emails per day! OK, most of them are spam and my filtering systems deal with them. But that still leaves me with a couple of hundred which I download - and maybe 40 per day which I need to read carefully.
A few months ago I got one email, which I read, and re-read - and acted on it. That one email resulted in me generating over $20,000 in less than a month from one project, which took me two days to set up.
If I'd not read that email (and acted on it) I would be $20k poorer today!
Yes, information really is the lifeblood of internet marketers!