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Where to Start : Affiloblueprint or Inbox Blueprint?

hello8
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Where to Start : Affiloblueprint or Inbox Blueprint?

Hi guys,

I'm Deborah and would just like to say Hi. I'm completely new to affiliate marketing. I find the forums really helpful and it's great to see all the interaction. I do find this all very interesting, however this is very new to me, Like baby learning to walk new. I like to understand things and understand them quickly. (Yes I probably need some more patience lol)

I've started my lessons and am working through them, then I got side tracked with the Anik Inbox Blueprint. (At least it wasn't shoes) I feel like I've been spun around and not sure what is happening lol

What would you suggest....Keep with the lessons (original plan) and do the AffiloBluePrint or do the Inbox Blueprint with Anik?

Really looking forward to your response


Kind regards

Deb x
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cterao
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Welcome :)

When you're starting out, the most important thing, in my opinion is to find a system that feels right to you, and focus on it.

So many new people get distracted jumping from one course to the next, looking for the "magic bullet." Really, what you need to do is find one thing and relentlessly follow through with it.

Obviously people around these parts are going to be a little more partial to AffiloBlueprint :) However, if Inbox Blueprint feels like it's a better fit for you and your style, then I would suggest going with that (I'll admit, I have no idea what the core idea behind Inbox Blueprint is...).

Anyway, I hope this helps.
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hello8
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Thank you for your reply, this helps a lot, thanks!! X
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hello8
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Will stick with affilorama, do the lessons and take it from there. Thanks a bunch
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Hi Deb,

Welcome to Affilorama!

We regularly promote other products that can help you with your affiliate marketing sites. It can get distracting at times, but this is not our intention. We promote products as there are other affiliate marketers who have completed the course and are looking for other course to start a new project with or to further their knowledge of affiliate marketing.

Since you're just starting out, I suggest you focus on completing the Affiloblueprint course first. You can invest on new material once you start earning off your Affiloblueprint site.

My two cents. Have a good day!
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hello8
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Thanks Cecille, that's exactly what I will do.
Have an awesome week!
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Hi Deborah,

Here is a quote that I read this morning that might help answer your question:

Read this book every day. Keep it with you. Commit it to memory. Do not think about other systems and theories. If you do, you will begin to have doubts and to become uncertain and wavering in your thought. Then you will bring negative thought to the formless substance.

After you have made good and become rich, you may study other systems as much as you please. But, until you are quite sure that you have gained what you want, do not read anything else on this subject except the authors mentioned in the preface.


Cheers,
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Hi, Just started the lessons yesterday, oh boy, talk about being a newbie. I know it's going to work out in the end but right now its hard to know just what to focus on. I always have a tendency to make things harder than they really are. I need visual aids, lots of pictures and arrows pointing the way. Just wanted to say Hi, from Knoxville Tennessee. I am a mother of one daughter, twin boys, I have two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. I come from a generation that thought having a radio was a big deal, Just look where we are now. So at the age of seventy-five this is a very BIG ADVENTURE for me. So just please check on me every now and then to see if I have not gotten lost in space.
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hello8
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ed5 wrote:Hi Deborah,

Here is a quote that I read this morning that might help answer your question:

Read this book every day. Keep it with you. Commit it to memory. Do not think about other systems and theories. If you do, you will begin to have doubts and to become uncertain and wavering in your thought. Then you will bring negative thought to the formless substance.

After you have made good and become rich, you may study other systems as much as you please. But, until you are quite sure that you have gained what you want, do not read anything else on this subject except the authors mentioned in the preface.


Cheers,



Thank you so much for taking the time to reply, I really appreciate it. It's 100 true, I was actually telling one of my staff at work the importance of focus and I started to laugh! I enjoyed reading that, Thanks x
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renaud.and.sarah
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After you have made good and become rich, you may study other systems as much as you please. But, until you are quite sure that you have gained what you want, do not read anything else on this subject except the authors mentioned in the preface.

Thanks, that was awesome. The Science of Getting Rich is an amazing book...truly.

Welcome in the community Deb!

In my experience, a state of overwhelm is something that everyone experience when they start their affiliate marketing venture.

All I can say is, confusion is a normal state when you learn something new. Just keep moving forward. Apply what you learn as fast as possible.

Soon enough, you will be hitting the ground running.

To the top Deb!

Sincerely,
Renaud
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qaymeias
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One step at a time. Finish the lessons first and then you can start promoting the products. Sure! it's very tempting, but you want to get the fundamentals down first.
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So How are Things Coming Along....Starting again and was looking for someone to Work the system with...
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Hi Deborah, Welcome!

I just wanted to encourage you that, you've come to the right place by choosing AffiloBlueprint/Affilorama. When I first started in Affiliate marketing back in late 2010, I got started right off the bat, and no success. But the course I was learning from wasn't as detailed as this one is. I feel as though i've been learning from a University, given everything Mark Ling has put into this Teaching Program. I haven't completed the course just yet, just do to working a full time job, and it being difficult to find the time. But I can say that, I can speak more in depth about Affiliate Marketing in general should someone ask me. Its a great feeling to have that kind of knowledge...Look no further than right here. Best Wishes! and Good luck!
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marymclean39 wrote:Hi, Just started the lessons yesterday, oh boy, talk about being a newbie. I know it's going to work out in the end but right now its hard to know just what to focus on. I always have a tendency to make things harder than they really are. I need visual aids, lots of pictures and arrows pointing the way. Just wanted to say Hi, from Knoxville Tennessee. I am a mother of one daughter, twin boys, I have two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. I come from a generation that thought having a radio was a big deal, Just look where we are now. So at the age of seventy-five this is a very BIG ADVENTURE for me. So just please check on me every now and then to see if I have not gotten lost in space.


Hi Marymclean - I'm right there with you - I'm starting today and here we go! Good luck to you - wish me luck as well :) I'll keep in touch on here!
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Hello, Like many above this is all new to me. I am finding SO many things I am suppose to [I think] read or watch that I am bogged down in muck. To keep focus one thing without getting distracted to go to Hangouts or Forum, AffiloBlueprint,etc.. what should I be concentrating?
I like checklist and flow charts but I see [right now] arrows and directions but I am looking for a definitive newbie checklist and a page or two "What To do" and "What Not To Do" as newbie -albeit related to each topic of the checklist. I just feel like I am swimming while trying to find the edge of the pool - with all sorts of distractions about read this, look at this, get on this forum/hangout. I just spend so much reading and watching and learning that I am not making any progress. What am I missing folks? All help is (greatly!) appreciated.

Mucho Thanks!
Dean
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maryt
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djfon2801 wrote:Hello, Like many above this is all new to me. I am finding SO many things I am suppose to [I think] read or watch that I am bogged down in muck. To keep focus one thing without getting distracted to go to Hangouts or Forum, AffiloBlueprint,etc.. what should I be concentrating?
I like checklist and flow charts but I see [right now] arrows and directions but I am looking for a definitive newbie checklist and a page or two "What To do" and "What Not To Do" as newbie -albeit related to each topic of the checklist. I just feel like I am swimming while trying to find the edge of the pool - with all sorts of distractions about read this, look at this, get on this forum/hangout. I just spend so much reading and watching and learning that I am not making any progress. What am I missing folks? All help is (greatly!) appreciated.

Mucho Thanks!
Dean
Texas
Remember, wherever you go, there you are...


Hello Dean,

I have sent you a private message. Please check on that and let me know if you need further help or if you have further questions :)

Cheers!
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Hi
I see the difficulties that everyone receive at the first step to affilorama.Now i have a definition to promote people products.TO DO THAT
I follow many lessons before friends suggestion .I'm very late about english language, but with french language I go rapidly.Are there translation from my friends ?
Best wishes good lucks
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chim_ry421 wrote:Hi
I see the difficulties that everyone receive at the first step to affilorama.Now i have a definition to promote people products.TO DO THAT
I follow many lessons before friends suggestion .I'm very late about english language, but with french language I go rapidly.Are there translation from my friends ?
Best wishes good lucks


You may use Google Translator (https://translate.google.com/). But it is better if you have a friend or relative to translate things for you as it's more correct and accurate that way.
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