Help i'm having my creativity blocked by my brain!!!

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  1. zivmaymon

    zivmaymon Regular Member

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    After 3 years in the industry and many courses that I'v taken,did a lot of video marketing,websites built,WH SEO,BH SEO,Cpa ,you name it!

    I am now facing this block in my head like not knowing which is the next niche to get into.

    Bought a catchy domainnam.com to build a website on it but realy don't feel like something is thrilling enough to start promoting it.

    I have several website which I'm maintaining regularly and make money with those site.

    Am I reaching my cap? Am I tired? Still motivated and LOVE my work but this blcok is driving me mad! makes me too worried!!

    Your input on that?
     
  2. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Maybe you should take a break from IM for a week or two to refresh your creative juices.
     
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    mistrvenn Registered Member

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    team up with someone that has something you can make money off of, forget affiliate you wont get rich off that shit.
     
  4. zivmaymon

    zivmaymon Regular Member

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    Doing it for living dude- for a very long time and it works- thanks for the inspiring input!

    Anyway what I did is to try something new [for me]:

    1.Went on NEVERBLUE and picked a CPA offer
    2.Then, bought a domain with brand name and redirected it to the offer [cpa]
    3.Promoting it on YouTube & Facebook

    I always try new things but keep what works working

    Thanks!
     
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