Super Noob Guides To IM'ing

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by AceOfDreams, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. AceOfDreams

    AceOfDreams Junior Member

    Aug 21, 2012
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    Greetings BHW!

    The purpose of this thread was to create a place where information about Internet Marketing can be compiled. I'm still a super noob to this industry and I still have a ton of questions to be asked. I've posted threads, asked people, and Google'd many of the questions that I had. Yet, I still have questions.

    I believe the best way to get started in Internet Marketing is to have those that are already experienced, share with us what they know. I'm not asking for them to answer every question that I, or the next noob may have, but to simply post links or direct us to other places where we can all find the answers.

    I'm also tired of all the people that says to go Google things ourselves. Sure, we can do that, but wouldn't it be much more effective to just compile everything about Internet Marketing here? I'm not telling everyone to post every little thing about every little topic, but just mainly the ones that are popular that get passed around a lot. I, for one, still have questions about the following topics. If you can post a link to a website, or a guide, that further elaborates on the topic, or shows a step by step guide, that would be very helpful. Please do not post if you do not have anything to contribute. I want to use this thread as a reference guide and I want others to do the same.

    Internet Marketing Topics
    • Google Analytics
    • Autoblog Software (WP-Robot Software)
    • Adsense
    • Outsourcing
    • Copywriting/Copywriter
    • Upselling
    • Affiliates
    • Email Lists
    • Pay Per Click Ads
    • Google Adwords
    • PPC
    • Statbrain
    • Alexa
    • SEO
    • Wordpress
    • Dropshipping
    • Building Websites/Transferring Websites/Website Tools/Website Tutorials (All Technical Details And Tutorials)

    Useful Links/Resources

    What I've posted is just an example of what this thread is intended for. I hope that my post will have inspired others to help others start out. We all started out once as a beginner and not everyone is kind enough to answer every single question we have. I hope to wish that this thread will be the first stepping stone for many out there that want to start out in Internet Marketing.

    As the list grows, I will continue to edit this post and add more links. The links will be fixed soon after I've stayed at BHW long enough for my links to post. I apologize for the ugly (dot)'s.
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    Last edited: Sep 11, 2012
  2. therage

    therage Senior Member

    Jul 18, 2012
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    Strategist / Psychologist
    Stupidity Makes Me Puke!
    Even though some of this was a repost from before, I will still give you a thanks for your repost. Many people simply don't use the search function.
  3. AceOfDreams

    AceOfDreams Junior Member

    Aug 21, 2012
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    Thanks for the first comment! Many people, especially the one's writing the "how-to" guides, don't realize that starting in the IM industry is a lot harder than what their guides reflect.

    LukaB's "The Complete Guide to Starting a Website" is actually a marvelous reference that needs to be imitated in order to help beginners like myself learn. While there are many technical aspects missing of course, it's one of the few guides I've found thus far that actually really helps you get started flipping websites. It's obviously a lot harder than what Luka has outlined, but I hope that many will get the point in that Luka's guide explains the very basics of flipping websites, basic terminology, basic tools/resources (love his lists), and more.

    I just finished creating a Blogger account and just finished successfully installing Google Analytics. It took me quite a bit of time and even got some errors along the way. It also took a lot of time to get used to as well, and this is like my stepping stone to buying and developing websites, and then flipping them for profits. Thanks to a few Google searches and How-To guides on how to install Google Analytics (GA) onto Blogger, I was able to resolve my problem.

    I feel the best way for someone to learn is to gain practical experience themselves and for all beginners reading and following my post, feel free to refer to any of the links I've posted to get started. I suggest creating a Blogger to get used to managing your own "website," editing it, installing plugins/analytical tools, and more. Nothing beats practical hands on experience. Perhaps it is the best way to learn.