Top 10 Reasons Most Newbie Internet Marketers Fail
Most newbie internet marketers want to enter the business because they need money (usually immediately) and they believe this the best option. Or they want to “be their own boss.” Either one of these reasons are valid, to a point.
If the newbie internet marketers is going to be investing money that may be needed to sustain the family (and as I indicated in a prior post, they need to plan on not having access to that money for at least six months or more), they may hold off on “pulling the trigger” on their business. The newbie internet marketer is usually lacking the confidence that their website and business “is ready.”
I have covered before that this IS NOT a “Get Rich Quick” type of business. Yes, some people have had immediate success. Most do not. Yes, some people have succeeded and made multiple millions of dollars. Most do not. The newbie internet marketer must realize these are the facts! The newbie internet marketer must accept the realization that it may take several months of work (daily work at that) before they will ever see their first sale! (It took me almost two years before I made my first sale).
The mindset of “I can work when I want” is a serious misconception on the part of newbie internet marketers. You may find yourself working your old, boring 9 to 5 job for a few more years before your online income is sufficient to replace your old salary. But you will “learn the ropes” while still having your family budget taken care of by the 9 to 5 job. There is tremendous pressure to succeed if you are looking for your online job to take care of your family. And it almost always leads to failure. You will be under pressure to “take shortcuts” which almost never work in your favor (I covered this under a prior post as well).
You need to schedule your work time and your family time. Family time is important. You need to have the support of your family. If you are working 9 to 5 and then come home and put in eight more hours on your business and neglecting your family, you may find you will get into more trouble than you bargain for!
When you start your new online business, you will definitely have a “new boss.” It’s YOU! You need to be accountable to yourself just as you are accountable to your boss in your “regular” job. You need to be on time to your online work schedule. You need to be on time in getting your content written and published. watch film Arsenal now
The “boss” has to set the tone for the work environment. If your traditional work boss only showed up once or twice per week and was slack in enforcing the production standards, what do you think would happen to company profits? They would go down (and the company would quickly find a new “boss”). You need to enforce the high standards on yourself from the start. An internet based business does not run simply by itself on “autopilot.”
If you work on your business daily, you are more than likely going to succeed.
If you don’t – you won’t. It’s as simple as that.