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Internet Marketing Tips - Trust Your Gut

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Over the course of time that I have been marketing on the Internet, I have learned to trust my gut when it comes to picking a product to create, promote, or whatever.
Don't get me wrong.
I'm not always right.
I have come up with my share of failures.
But for the most part, trusting my gut has brought me more success than you can possibly imagine.
My first product was a big gamble.
I had never seen anything like it up to that point in time.
Even since I created it, back in 2006, I have yet to see anything like it.
It was quite a unique concept.
The product could have fallen on its face, but it didn't.
To this very day, three years later, it is still one of my biggest sellers.
Had I not gone with my gut, I would have never had my initial success.
Conversely, there was a strategy that came out quite a few years ago.
I am sure you remember it.
It was the made for AdSense sites.
For some reason, I just didn't like the idea of mass producing sites for the purpose of generating AdSense revenue.
It didn't seem right to me.
Sure, plenty of people made a killing...
for a while.
Then Google put the hammer down and the MFA sites went the way of the dinosaur and marketers who had put all their eggs in that basket ended up going broke.
I spared myself that pain.
Look, nobody can tell you how to feel about anything.
That's the point of this article.
If you feel something is right for you to do, do it.
If not, it might be a good idea to at least take a step back and examine the opportunity in depth.
Get all your facts before making a final decision.
But ultimately, if something doesn't sit right with you, it's probably a good idea to let it pass.
Will you always make the right decision? No, of course not.
Like I said, I've had my share of failures and missed opportunities.
However, I can honestly say that most of the decisions that I have made have turned out to be the right ones, simply because I went with what felt right at the time.
Try listening to your gut sometimes instead of all the snake oil salesmen trying to sell you something.
You just might find that you save yourself a lot of aggravation in the process.
To YOUR Success, Steven Wagenheim
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