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Introduction and big Newbie Hello!!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by swhartman, Jun 16, 2009.

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Other than Tools, Is there reallly a difference, E-Marketing Vs. Traditional?

Poll closed Jul 16, 2009.
  1. Yes. Here's Why, and How.

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  2. No. Here's Why, and How.

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  3. Undecided as of yet. Here's Why, and How.

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  4. What in God's name are you talking about?

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  1. swhartman

    swhartman Newbie

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    My Name is Scott Hartman,
    I used to be a psychotherapist until an Auto Accident left me with a broken neck and SEVERE!! Chronic pain and reliant upon SSDI for income.

    After several years of investigating way's to make a decent income from home so I can get off the dole. I made my decision and purchased a website.

    Now, on to the marketing!

    I just wanted to introduce myself as a newbie. Say Hello, and how thankful I am for this site, the forums, information, and especially it's, "Newbie" friendliness.

    I look forward to posting and participating further in the future and to let you all know how my new venture is going. I do expect to do well, however knowing how long it took my treatment program to get going and all the other problems of running a successful business I believe that my perspectives on just how much work is really going to be involved are entirely realistic.

    Praying for success in all your ventures, sincerely,:D

    Scott Hartman
     
  2. bayshorekid

    bayshorekid Regular Member

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    Welcome,
    I have found this forum very helpful and most of the posters the same. I suggest the best place to start is to read all the threads in the areas of interest. ie if you plan on doing work on CL then read any and all threads there. Also, use the search button for questions. Most (myself in the past) just post questions instead of just looking for the answers. The next step is to get to work! Try things and if they don't work...try it again!