Although I have, in the past, pointed out the dangers of moving too fast when learning internet marketing, it is important to learn the jargon.
Once you start rolling out products and steadily build your business you’re going to need to communicate with other marketers without constantly stopping and asking: “Wait, what did you mean when you said,…”
Like affiliate marketing itself, none of it is hard or difficult to learn. In fact, most of the jargon in the video below are merely shortened versions of the full word, (i.e. the word blog is short for weblog.) Others like OTO stand for ‘one time offer’ Some are the names of software programs marketers use like ‘Camtasia’
Learning the jargon also makes it easier to get help from those more experienced.
Affiliate marketers are a terrific group but they are not the patient type. They’ll gladly tell you what you need to know but they also expect you to have done the preliminaries to get up to speed.
So grab your favorite beverage and sit back and watch this very informative video put together by fellow marketer Eric Holmlund. You might want to take notes so it wouldn’t hurt to have a sheet of paper and pen nearby
In the next few days I’m going to get down to the actual promotion of products both on clickbank and on Warrior Plus. If you haven’t done so already, create your business email address and use it when joining www.clickbank.com It’s free but you have to confirm your intention of joining by clicking on the email they send to your business email.
Also I suggest you lay out the $10 bucks and join www.warriorforum.com Although their product are generally less expensive than clickbank and others, the real advantage is having the reviews and testimonials already written which helps greatly when your customers are on the fence on whether or not to buy.
Enjoy the video and I’ll see you tomorrow.
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