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Newbies Can Make Money Online Too!

Updated on October 25, 2009

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Yes! Newbies Can Find Success Online Too!

It is possible to generate an income from day one, online. However, if you have no experience at marketing online, no experience working with websites, no experience promoting anything, then it will be a challenge. The challenge is to follow instructions from someone who's had success in the past and who knows what they are doing.


If you are planning to get involved in a new business venture and you are a newbie (new internet marketer or online business owner) then you need to research before you buy. When I say buy, i mean committ %100 to being successful in that program. Anyone can purchase a start up kit and give it the old college try... Rah Rah Rah. But a serious business person understands that success comes with trial and error. What works for some may not work for others....

Ding Ding Ding: BATTLE #1 Newbie Video VS Experience Marketer Video

Notice the page views, the quality of the videos, the overall feel etc. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

NEWBIE VIDEO: I'd like to add that my hat goes off to this newbie for getting going. I hope he makes it.



ALERT: If you are a Newbie, then you will want to see this --->>> "Get $125 in 24 Hours, Watch Video Proof " now back to your regularly scheduled message.

The reason a system may work for some and not others is typically lack of knowledge and lack of experience. What I mean by that is, if you are knowlegable of how to get targeted traffic to a website, then you will get some type of results. Many newbies have no clue as to how to get targeted traffic mainly because they've never done it before. Therefore, many tend to quit early before giving their business venture a chance to grow and prosper. Just think, why do some people have video proof of success, where as others claim the program is a scam. Most successful entrepreneurs deep down know that they can take any program and make money with it. (For Example: I know nothing about Furniture, but this site is making me some very good money with Google Adsense [click here to see it])The question is how much money and is it duplicatable. Case in point, if you have to spend $20,000 in advertising to generate $30,000 creating a $10,000 gain, you may think, WOW this program is great. Where as your newbie signup is saying, this thing sucks I can't make any money. They are also telling you, that they are not willing to spend $20,000 or even $20 to make it work. And frankly I don't blame them. Trial and error is expensive, especially if the program turns out to be unprofitable.

Knowledge Is Power

An experienced marketer has a deeper advantage than many think. They know that if you generate targeted traffic and it doesn't convert to sales, you should change your landing page, change your target market, or get out of that program. That's right, know when to FOLD EM. Again, FOLD EM, my simply mean stop what you are doing and try a new approach. Not necessarily quit. Because, once you quit, it's a new uphill battle with a whole new program.

Newbie Success

Here is my advice to Newbies. Find a program that costs very little, has proven success for newbies (most likely small amounts but still profitable), and is a product that is backed by a reputable company. I have worked in the online business scene for more than 10 years. I have had $50,000 months and $500 months. Most of the companies that I have had success with, I still get a decent check from. The reason I stopped promoting them, is from bordem and I didn't think they provided a duplicatable system for my downline, new recruits or team members. Certainly the internet has changed over the years. But most of the big internet players are still around, because they know how to drive targeted traffic to a website. So my next focus will be to discuss GETTING TARGETED TRAFFIC TO A WEBSITE.

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    • asktroyg profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      I think the key is to never give up and to try and work ethically. FYI, A few good sites that I have made money with are,, and

    • jansiebert profile image


      8 years ago from Nashville, TN

      It's funny how the Newbie's video has already been removed. Probably from all the cruel comments. The experienced marketers video is really good. Night and day difference, I'm sure.


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