Internet Marketing – Know, like and trust! – 1

Michael Cheney (see below) says there
are 4 types in Internet Marketing.
They are: 
critics, collectors, buyers and sellers.
The critics are negative, often
insulting to the other IM participants,
claiming the entire business is
worthless. To them, it probably has
been, with more time criticizing on
social networks than working.
I do identify types of scams, but do
not name the products,
nor the creators. I want to share my
(limited) experience with you to
avoid wasting your time and money.
Collectors find free and paid products
that look interesting, but do not put them
together in a profitable mix.
Most of us are a combination of
buyers and sellers. We have to
be sellers to have any profit from
our business.
Until we can earn enough income
from our own products, we sell
products created by other people
(as affiliates/agents).
We build a list of names and email
addresses, and seek to understand
our readers’ problems and interests.
Michael says that pain is needed
before people will buy.
We search for solutions to the
pain and problems.
Email is the most efficient
method of communicating with
our readers.
Video is has more impact, but few
 of us would produce a daily video.
The experts report that daily emails
are the best frequency,
then they
send more during product launches.
Most of them admit that they gently
and nervously increased from one,
or two, letters each week to a daily
email and more.
All found that there were less
than before and
they sold more.
Nobody likes people to unsubscribe,
but it is inevitable that some of our
readers progress in
different directions than us.
To sell, people need to know, like and
trust us, especially in IM.
A reliable email schedule is a small
element, but readers 
know what to expect.

To be continued

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