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Sad but true…

“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans”

They’re the words of the late John Lennon.

Very true.

In this world there are three types
of people…

You got your thinkers, your talkers and your walkers.

Here’s how they differ.

A lot of folk think about changing their
lives and building an online business…

But never start it.

A lot of people talk about making their
millions and creating a legacy…

But never finish it.

And a small minority, maybe just 3% actually
crack on and JUST DO IT.

They reap the rewards, change their lives
and turn the dream into reality.

Here’s the dealio.

This marketing game is about traffic and conversions.

It’s about driving traffic and converting it into subscribers, into buyers and into repeat customers.

But when your sites like a ghost town.

Drier than a well in a drought.

And deader than a dodo.

Then it’s time to master at least ONE traffic source.

Might be SEO.

Might be paid traffic.

Or might be Facebook & Socia Media.

Don’t matter which you choose, it just matters that you

a) choose and

b) master just one of them.

That’s all it takes to go from zero to hero,
from the failing 97% to the successful 3% and
quit thinking, quit talking and start walking.

Take it easy,

Pick one, just one… then focus!

Alan’s Internet Marketing

P.S. Personally I’d go with paid traffic
evertime but then that’s just me and my
time strapped lazy ways… CLICK HERE


{ 3 comments… add one }
  • Mike From Maine September 28, 2012, 11:35 am

    You’re so right that a lot of people plan and plan and plan, but never doing anything. I big problem is that they want everything to be perfect, but guess what, it never will be. You just have to jump in and start. The rest will come.

  • Joe October 1, 2012, 1:59 pm

    Nothing wrong with a good plan but yeah, life moves pretty fast sometimes, if you don’t stop to look around every once in a while you might miss it.

  • Travis at Rossome Marketing November 7, 2012, 7:56 am

    I totally agree. I think mastering something that doesn’t completely rely on one traffic stream is a wise move given Google’s fickle ways lately. Funny thing is that I’m leaning towards YouTube…how’s that for irony? 😛

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