So so overloaded

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by RandyAndy91, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. RandyAndy91

    RandyAndy91 Newbie

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  2. RandyAndy91

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    Hey Randy...I'm 18 :D

    Well you need to stick to ONE method for now...affiliate marketing could get a lot messy if you're brand new to this world...

    I'd suggest you to start with CPA by generating leads from Craigslist (US traffic) and Gumtree (mostly UK traffic) or Social media (video marketing, micro blogging, social networks)

    Once you get enough of one thing, slowly start moving forward with affiliate marketing
     
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    one way to start if you know nothing is when you see foreign terms that you don't understand go look them up online (or around here) and learn the terminology so you aren't confused as shit reading some of the info/guides here

    if you can understand at least all the words and abbreviations and concepts posted here you're goin to be better than starting something by following word for word
     
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    Well Randy you've come to the right place. just to add on what buck just said don't forget
    to use the search function on the site. I know it can take you off on a tangent sometimes and you end up enthrawled in something you had not intentionally looked for at the start
    But it's a great asset to the board and stops alot of needless posts. welcome aboard.
     
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    I agree with Abhi1. It can get overwhelming for someone just starting out to jump into so many different areas. I say pick the one that you like the most, the one that comes most natural to you, and start using it. Once you feel too comfortable with it, then move on to new things.

    Trust that it's definitely possible to make enough money starting out with just one area.

    Good Luck!