Do you have issues with getting started not only in your ideas of what your business should be but also in using Traffic Exchanges [TEs]to help you grow?
Sometimes change is confusing. Sometimes we confuse the simplicity of change. In the long run, we do ourselves no favors avoiding the change.
Be in the know. Come to our Sunday conference.
Let your downline subscribers, teams or friends know. Bring them along. One of the best support teams you can have is your loyal subscribers.
Don’t have any? Then create them. Use the Conference as your starter. Make the scheduler your home page [link to it] and you will never miss a conference you may want to attend. [see bottom of blog entry for link.]
How many new programs and TEs have you joined this year so far? How have you faithfully investigated, know how to properly use and are benefiting from that knowledge?
Joining just so you do not miss something is the fastest way to losing momentum, excitement, your enthusiasm to be a success and worst of all, the opportunity to create income that lasts.
Contests Contests Contests
There is not a Traffic Exchange out there that is not running a contest of some sort. So how do you sort them out as to what ones you really need to be supporting?
Which ones teach you something in the contest surf itself and which ones just open the floodgates to more TEs to join?
The contest itself should be a teaching tool that helps you, new or not so new, how to best use it to build your advertising.
Earning a nickel the hard way is fine, if that is your goal. But why not lift that goal up a notch or two? Surf contests to earn an upgrade then teach your subscribers how to do the same thing.
Now that can be pretty hard to do if they do not offer you that chance. Or if they do but for a measly week? Even a month is chump change when you are not sure how to work it.
Today’s Lesson? Less is More
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