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Survey Results

The survey I sent out and posted about a few days ago has gathered a nice amount of replies.

A big thank you to everyone who took part!

Check out the video below to see the results and hear about what I’m going to do, now that I have a better idea of what you guys want to know more about:


As I mentioned in the video, you can get in touch with me any time to discuss what you’d like to know more about, what you want me to include in the training material I’m putting together etc. All feedback is always welcome. :) Cheers,

Shane
 

I'm Shane Melaugh and I'm the guy writing most of the posts on this blog. My goal is to provide you with useful, straight-forward insights on how to grow your business by creating compelling offers, driving traffic and increasing conversions.

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matina - July 23, 2010

Hi Shane,
Thanks for nice vid and products.
I am through KeyWord Research.
Awesome stuff ! and I am not the only 1 saying it is the most complete course on this crucial overlooked aspect of IM.
I got Backlink Battleplan which I will go through in the course of getting my sites ranked, very soon hopefully :-)
I have bookmarmed this page, and will definitely be a returning visitor.
Have a nice day,
Matina

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    Shane - July 23, 2010

    Thanks for your comment!
    I hope you enjoy the Battleplan and see some great results with it! :)

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Matina - August 16, 2010

Hi Shane,

Cool video, as usual.
I think your survey covers most of issues involved in IM.
Shiny Object Syndrome :-) That’s a cool definition for CONFUSION.

Newbies buy way too many services, too much stuff they will not know how to use anyway. BELIEVE ME, I have been there… not anymore, but spent alot of time + a fortune. Ok, I feel better havind made my coming-out…

Information Overload has been described by some professional as the “Paralysis of Analysis “. Big headaches ahead of you gals and guys. I think this definition summarises “Information Overload Syndrome” very well.

Excuse-me, but while you are reading my post (good for you anyway) you are NOT doing the work. AND, while writing this post (good for us) I certainly am not DOING WORK either !!

We are humans, that is curious animals that need to communicate. Nothing abnormal there…

From my experience, the best way for a newbie to remain on tracks from early on is :

1) Joining a community of Marketers. Shane : You know which one I am talkng about. A Forum, where like-minded people will gladly give their advice. Some of these guys know so much, they appear to come from the Dark Ages of the Internet, no kidding and no Offence. One can just learn so much from them, without spending a dime on BS, unbelievalble.

2) Joining a Member-Site. Same as above, but paying. Monthly fee should not be to high, or just run away. The good ones do not charge alot, thus allowing “ordinary” people to join. One has to look for the expert’s credibility, again non-paying forums are a good place to start researching and looking for feed-back.

I have come accross 1 Member-Sites that charge $ 500,- per month. When I looked for the thread 24 hours later, the link was gone. 450 spots were sold ! Can you believe it ? I have seen it. OK, guy was a guru, but still… that is a rent for a student room.
The high price did not mean that the place was better than a cheaper one. Research. Everything on this damn Internet must be researched. Ask questions, do not bother to appear the newest of newbie. This is part of the PROCESS. It is a sign of intelligence, no less.

Kind regards,
M.

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