I am new to online marketing and I do not know what to do to get started.
I got a confession to make, Neither did I when I first started marketing online.
And I am willing to bet most if not all successful marketers on line today did not have a clue either when they first started.
But you know what, The only thing that separates a person new to marketing from a expert is time. It does take a little time to read, study, make a plan and then put your plan into action.
Most marketers who are new bounce from one business opportunity to the next Because they are looking for that business that requires no work to get free checks. (Good Luck!) But did you know you can save a lot of time by researching the business you are interested in and then putting your plan into action on how you are going to make it work.
You can make it work by taking the time to read the FAQ about your new business venture, taking time to get in on the conference calls, taking the time to go to the discussion board of your new business and ask questions.
It also takes time to advertise your new business, but it is not as hard as you think. Go to any search engine and type in free advertising for online business and you will be amazed at the results. Pay per click advertising is not expensive as you think if you take the time to create a lot of key words and set for pennies a click.
Take a little time to signup for a good autoresponder service and then take a little time to write some good letters to put in it or contact your someone in your business to get some pre-written letters and take the time to edit them with your information.
The point I am trying to make is that it might take a little time to become successful on the internet, but if you have the patience and put in the work it will happen.
Just ask your self which line you want to be in, the line of people who are working a 9-5 for 25 years or more, or the line who spent time of a 5 years or less learning what it takes to become successful working at home.
What you do with your time is up to you, but I know which line I am standing in.