I’m feeling rested because I took the week off from working out. My body has gone through some rigorous training the last couple of months and I just felt exhausted.
That’s usually a sure sign to just take it easy.
My younger self would have just pushed it and probably got hurt. I’m older and wiser now, over the years I’ve learned to listen to my body. Especially, when it comes to lifting weights.
The weights are merciless.
It’ll break you if you’re not careful.
Yesterday, I covered the 7 powerful strategies to implement before you start Internet Marketing for your local brick-and-mortar, e-commerce and start up business.
These are areas the majority miss the boat on and it costs them in money and time.
My intention with yesterday’s article was to help you get up to speed quickly without making costly mistakes. Click here to read yesterday’s article.
A client asked me earlier this morning: Eric, if you were to distill down the most important steps to start profitably Internet Marketing, what would they be?
I thought the answer to this question to be the perfect follow up to yesterday’s article because it’s scary when you first start Internet Marketing. I know from personal experience.
Not to mention a little bit intimidating. However, if you follow these six steps, you can begin Internet Marketing with a solid foundation.
A solid foundation is key to growing a successful business that leverages proven 21st century marketing strategies and technology.
Here are 6 simple (not easy) steps to profitable Internet Marketing:
1. Decide on an Internet Marketing (IM) model. There are 3 proven IM models you can deploy now.
Tomorrow, I’ll go deep into these IM models that are proven time and time again to work like gangbusters!
You’ll then be able to decide which model to deploy that suits your style and unique talents.
For now, let me give you a quick introduction to these IM models so you can get started in the right direction:
First, there’s Affiliate Marketing that involves promoting someone else’s product or service for a significant share of the sale.
Typically, most affiliate programs are commission based.
The second IM model is Info-Product Creation where you create a digital product such as an eBook or multi-media course. Your content is protected in a membership site.
Third, there’s Service-based models that involves you providing a service. The service can be delivered online or offline but you’re advertising and marketing that service online.
Dahl Integration Marketing is a great example of all these IM models.
We have our own Info-products that we promote, we also promote others products and services.
And we have our own Funnel Vision Method suite of services that helps businesses grow their lead, customer and patient base.
Fourth, you can sell products using online shopping centers such as Amazon and eBay.
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