Lauren Bradley | luc2347
UNEEQLEE - - As Uneeq as the name!!

ONLINE MARKETING & SOCIAL NETWORKING can be intimidating, but shouldn't be!

Jul 4th 2010 at 1:04 PM

OK, some updates for ya - - - 8/29/12

Especially for those just starting out!  The World Wide Web, WOW.
My Opinion - - - (Where to start - Where to go - What to do?)

Remembering back when I didn't know what I was doing at all
(not that I do now, lol), You couldn't get me to go on social
networking sites!  Sound famaliar??  I thought (at that time)
that I didn't want to be made a fool of, or look stupid.  
I'm writing this for those who may be feeling the same
way - STOP IT!!!

Want to work from home?  DO IT!  Below you'll
see places to start, where (in my experience) all those already
there are friendly and more than willing to help!!

One of the best things you can do IS to join a Social Network site,
get to know people and pick their brains.  Most of the people I've
met online have been geniune, and there to help and most important -
without criticism of any kind.  What I'm trying to tell you is
most of the people are just like you and me! 

Traffic Swirl - mainly a traffic exchange but with lots of percs. I've met some really wonderful people there.  The chat is a great place to start meeting people while you surf and earn credits.  I consider it a social Network AND a traffic exchange.  Not only that, but there are lots of games and ways to make extra cash.  Why not!  Join the chat, or sit back and read the comments and chime in when ready!

Then of course there is Facebook, twitter, linkedin, sokule, there are Tons of social sites, but I beleive these to be the main ones, with the most members.

One of the MOST IMPORTANT things you can do (if not THE most important)
is to simply Jump in with both feet, no regrets and . . . GET OUT THERE - plain and simple.  Until people start seeing you (and it's important to have your picture up), and are able to (by site or pic) know your name . . . you really don't get very far.  GET KNOWN! BRAND YOURSELF!

I'd say the NEXT important thing is to ALWAYS be there for those you
refer (anyone that joins one of your programs through your adv. efforts or word of mouth)!!!  NO ONE likes joining something and not being able to reach
the one that brought you in!  ALWAYS BE AVAILABLE to help those who
- in essence - are helping you - It's a WIN-WIN scenario!

Please to comment
Oct 16th 2013 at 3:09 PM by marty
Thank you for a well informed article, i will check it out. God Bless
Nov 13th 2011 at 2:18 AM by iahulbak
Very informative article!
Sep 17th 2010 at 10:36 PM by schmity58
Great article not long in this industry have a good with awesome free training and looking for good ways to get out there already in Sweeva will check out ATM Thank You.
Sep 12th 2010 at 8:35 PM by deewest
Thank You.. I will check out the other Social Networking Sites you recommended.
Aug 9th 2010 at 3:56 PM by ChuckBartok
You pointed out some wonderful ideas for those possessing the desire to BE in Business On-line. The missing link for most people, after talking personally to over a thousand globally is the lack of a Clear Plan of Action, written down, as detailed as possible. Interviewing some of the most successful On-line and Off-line they all seem to OWN that Habit. We encourage clients to spend the Time and Energy Planning Before "writing" the checks. There is a Free, informative PDF I wrote several ago available on one the Blog sites Provision Your Ship Volume 1
Aug 7th 2010 at 3:28 AM by fredds
Reading this article, I kept thinking that it perfectly described me. Initially I was very slow on the uptake - from 2008 to just this year, April 2010 to be exact - when I slowly and gingerly started taking small steps into the social online networking sites. Now, 4 months later, I am almost addicted to them and keep asking myself why I was hesitant for all that time.
Jul 28th 2010 at 2:48 PM by bnmarika1214
Hi,thank you :)
Jul 25th 2010 at 2:27 PM by Rickson
Well written Lauren, definitely agree with the most important rule! Take care..Rick ;-)
Jul 22nd 2010 at 8:39 PM by GTBulmer
Hello, Lauren: Nice friendly article - good info! Like you, I was slow to get involved with Social networks in the beginning, and for similar reasons. Now, you can't keep me away and, to be truthful, I wish I could spend ALL of my time on social sites! But one must create balance. lol. Thanks for this post. :-)
Jul 9th 2010 at 5:52 PM by zeus8894
Fact is you should never find yourself saying, "but I'm not a salesman." because it's a lie. We are all put on this earth with a natural gift for sales. From the 2 year old who was good all day to get momma to buy that new toy, to a first date, first job, or even getting mom and dad to chip in on that first car. We are born selling the world of the worth and merits of a living, breathing human being. If that's not a hard sell then nothing is. Social media is exactly that, selling people on you so they might have interest in your offers.
Jul 9th 2010 at 4:31 PM by MarkB
Can not agree more with the last paragraph. I was lucky when my sponser was unresponsive, some other great people stepped in and helped me a tremendous amount, and the great part is they never 'pushed' their programs at me. They just generally wanted to see me succeed. There are truly some fantastic people out there.
Jul 8th 2010 at 11:05 PM by Prodoc
Awesome advice and good information... enjoyed your article very much. Thanks.

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