Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

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Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by davehayes on Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:47 am

Internet Marketing is not Difficult, You simply have to learn to Write a Different way, to the way you would normally and choose a daily method that works for you.

Copywriting, is a skill That when Mastered, will earn you a significant Income, possibly within 12 Months. I have been doing this for 20 Years ( The Last 4 years as Business Consultant) so I know it works well. When you are Set up ad 'YOU' incorporated, with a PayPal Account, You can Earn a Significant Amount of Money, every Two Hours ~ If you want to.

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Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by The Street Team on Fri Jan 18, 2013 1:55 am

Thank Joe for write post about practice internet marketing.
Because in this time internet marketing is a positive think.
Because many people can not do marketing for many problem, but via internet marketing they also can do it. So they need practice internet marketing.

Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by davehayes on Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:00 am

What are the habits you want to break, as these could be the ones stopping you being successful!

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Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by mike_sparkes on Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:40 pm

MasterJoeda wrote:Great replies people!

As I was thinking more about this idea of "Practice" I started think to myself about this old saying, "Humans are creatures of habit."

One thing I've noticed over the years of private teaching is that it's not that people, especially children, don't want to practice, it's that they have not been consistent enough to establish a new habit.

Here is a nice little article I found on that has some great tips on how to establish a new habit, check it out!

Enjoy and keep the replies coming!
Joe P.
aka Master Joeda

Great Post Joe,

I'm a musician myself and can really relate to this. I play the guitar and have since I was just 8. However, my dad insisted on it and I think that although I agree, we are creatures of habit, when you're a child too much forcing can have the opposite effect. I gave up in a couple of my teenage years (regrettably), because I wanted to do the opposite of what my dad was recommending.

That said, the habit thing is so true and applies to anything. When I first started internet marketing I was so hungry for it that my learning curve just sky rocketed. When i got to the peak I found myself reading the same information and advice over again, just because I'd got into the habit of learning every night.

There's a great Tony Robbins video on youtube that talks about habit. It says something along the lines of start with rituals, keep them up for 7 days and you'll start to build momentum. Keep them up for 30 days and they become a habit. I suppose the same goes for breaking bad habits.

If I could cut out 12 bad habits a year I'd be over the moon.

Great topic :)

Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by davehayes on Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:24 pm

Absolutely! ~ Daily...

No matter what it is, Reading, Listening, Writing, Networking, Keeping in Regular Touch with Prospects, The more you practice, The better You Become. I also follow the Principles of GIN, which includes an 8 step Success Guide, which when followed, certainly helps your success. :D

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Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by bf76ks on Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:27 pm

Wonderful post Joe and I totally agree with you. No result will ever come if you don't practice. Whether its network marketing, learning a new instrument or working out, it takes dedication time and practice to get the results you want. anybody who wants to be a expert in network marketing really need to set aside time and dedication and have the disciplin to do so in order to achieve success!

Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by Jemstone on Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:25 am

Hi Joe,
Fab post!
It is so very easy to spend 8 hours working online when 2 would have been enough. I agree I tend to work my business in bite size chunks, doing something every day.
The biggest killer for me is allowing distractions to filter in....emails, twitter, facebook etc. I stick to 3 marketing strategies at any one time to remain focussed, otherwise I'm all over the option!
There is real skill involved to getting this streamlined and for it to being a slick operation, it's far more challenging because the books stops with you!
Kind Regards,

Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by Money Penny Says on Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:37 pm

Great posts and practise is the name of the game - I practise marketing every day at least for a couple of hours, trying to establish a habit which takes at least 30 days.

Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by stuart-alexander on Mon Jul 09, 2012 3:05 am

Practise Makes Permanent!

I know most of you guys reading this will be American and will question my spelling of p-r-a-c-t-i-s-e!

In UK, we still use an "s" for practising and a "c" for a doctor's or dentists practice!

My comment would be that however you spell it, if you keep doing the same things you will get the same results. The way to reach achieve success is to fail forwards - to learn from what you have done and CHANGE! Too many people keep toiling away at the same old strategies that don't produce the results they want!


If you want to own a good practice - keep practising!!!

Re: Do you "Practice" Internet Marketing?

Post by Michaelangelo_Flores on Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:07 pm

I like to see 'Internet Marketing' as just a means, and a 'method' of growing a business and not an actual business in itself.

I like to liken it to Martial Arts.

With IM, there are a set of styles and disciplines you can train in (Affiliate Marketing, Membership Sites, Media Buys, etc.) . In each of these styles, there are a range of techniques and skills (PPC, Article Marketing, SEO, Video Marketing, Social Media, etc.) that you need to train yourself in and really discipline yourself to learn, do and master.

Once you get proficient or even gain a level of mastery in those techniques, you can now teach others as an instructor. That of course doesnt mean you stop practicing the basics. Even the most experienced masters and sensei's still practice the most basic punch.

"I fear not the man who has practiced a hundred punches. I fear the man who practiced one punch a hundred times." - Bruce Lee

So in essence, yes I do 'practice' internet marketing.