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Fresh Meat

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by natmicon, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. natmicon

    natmicon Newbie

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    I started out in IM by buying some crappy course off Clickbank--probably from one of you guys--and haven't hit a successful stride yet. In the six months I've owned my website, I've only made a whopping $400 of profit. Shame.

    It looks like there's a lot to learn here and a lot of great people to learn from. Hopefully I'll find some friends here and I can turn my luck around so I don't have to eat ramen noodles my last two years of college! :eek:
     
  2. Heatz

    Heatz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    $400 bucks for a starter is a solid start, don't sell yourself short. You have already made more cash than probably half the new guys here just because you followed one plan for a determined period of time instead of doing it one day and quitting because you didn't made the cash you wanted.

    You'll probably read a lot of posts saying "scale it up now" or "if you can make a buck online then you can make $1000" and... They are absolutely true. What most of us did to really up our game and start earning bigger figures was:

    1) To automate when possible what we were doing, it will allow you to produce 10x or more times what you were doing on the same amount of time. (e.g. Running multiple instances of the same bot)
    2) Create 10x or more times the thing we did (e.g. Youtube videos alive at the same time)

    And that's what I consider the basic approach when starting on this game. I know it's obvious, but it works.

    If what you are doing with your Clickbank product can't be up-scaled (which I doubt) try to at least automate it (delegate it, bot it, etc.) to maintain that income and start a new project investing some of the money that the first one is making.

    You had a solid start bro, you just have to keep it rolling.
     
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  3. natmicon

    natmicon Newbie

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    Thanks for the encouragement. I really want this site to succeed! Making enough money to reinvest and automate is definitely my priority. The drudgework I've been doing just isn't sustainable.
     
  4. GreyhatUK

    GreyhatUK Newbie

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    Hey sounds like you made a good start . . . . I am yet to turn a profit for my own sites, I am stuck building them for other people to pay my bills. So yeah - you made a good start! Will keep an eye out for you hopefully we can help each other : )
     
  5. Kimi

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    BHW members don't launch "crappy courses".