Last Update: Jan 20, 2017
Does it feel like there is too much to learn in internet marketing? Too much to do? Too many things to try? And you feel so behind even though you're not sure how far you should be anyway?
I joined WA through Kyle's example bootcamp site, and one of the things he mentioned as a downside in his honest WA review was that WA can cause an overwhelming feeling of "information overload."
It's common in our niche, especially for newbies, to feel like there is an infinite amount of stuff to do and learn. And on one hand it's sort of true. However, you don't need to feel like you have to swallow everything as soon as possible.
Pacing yourself is actually one of the wisest things you can do early on in your journey. Until you get your bearings, one of the main things you will be doing is just studying and practicing basic internet/blogging/wordpress stuff.
Got a full time job and don't feel like you can commit that much time to starting a side gig? That's actually probably a good thing. Taking just a few hours a week aside to complete the WA training will prevent you from information overload and "brain dumping" (forgetting!) everything.
And if you're unemployed or something and trying to do this full-time to start out... Well, that might not be a good idea for most people. Maybe do a few hours a day at most, but take a break if you start feeling you're drowning.
As you gain confidence, you can slowly increase your workload and begin to come up with routines. Then streamline those routines as you continuously learn and create content on a regular basis!
So go ahead and absorb a lot of information, but don't try to take in more than you can handle. The WA course is more than enough to start out with, so follow the steps and stick with that first.
Remember: content, content, content! Keep making new posts as you learn so you have something to work with as you discover new ways of using your website! It's okay to start slow!