How To Compete With The Big Guns of Internet Marketing

Last Update: October 23, 2016

This is more of a motivational post rather than technical. If you are a beginner and starting to realize how tough the game is, this post is for you. How to compete with the big guns of Internet marketing.

Unlike real guns, big guns in Internet marketing were once small guns. Except for a few who are not fair with the game right from the start, all big guns here were once small guns puffing small smoke in their barrels.

(The unfair few are the dishonest ones, already millionaires when they entered IM, and then claiming IM made them millionaires!)

Setting aside unfair practices, if we are to win, we need consistency. And this is why I love telling newly registered WA members in welcome messages, to "keep on going" (no matter what).

There are probably dozens of reasons on why you should be consistent AND persistent with your business, we can't deal on them here one by one. One HINT is that "it usually takes time to see results with online business".

Perhaps, if you have the money right from the start, you can shorten your learning curve and hasten your growth.

If you can spend BIG money both in creating splashy pages and buying solo ads (like the way Russell Brunson made his online fortune with DotCom Secrets), there's nothing wrong taking the shortcuts, right?

But, what if you're just a small gun puffing small smoke?

Go back to Christopher Morley's quote...

"Big shots are only little shots who keep shooting."

Keep on shooting! (We'll hit our targets soon)

To your success,

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DreamAngel Premium
Thanks for the encouragement Gomer!


Barbara
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ecomtom Premium
Thanks coach. Encouragement is always welcome. Tom
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brooksbode90 Premium
I'm inclined to believe that, Gomer, sounds like good advice. Thanks.
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NormaS1 Premium
This is great, thanks a lot for the people talk
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networkceo Premium
Great article... Thanks for sharing!

I live this quote - "Big shots are only little shots who keep shooting."
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DennisD1 Premium
Good advice, Thanks
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KeithMaki Premium
Great advice and I will keep on keeping on!
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MPollock Premium
Great advice, thanks, buddy
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mickeyb123 Premium
Really the right stuff, Coach! You can't get big until you are little, first. If you don't start little, you are not even in the game!

Mickeyb
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GomMagtibay Premium
Good analogy. Thanks for that. :)
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drjec Premium
I like the terms persistent and consistent..... so important.
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teddae Premium
10 years ago I was more point, aim, and shoot, but thanks to you and our friends here at WA, I now have more than just the order correct!
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PMbaluka Premium
Big guns were small ones one time! That's a powerful point. Thanks for sharing this.
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Ultimateless Premium
That's what it's all about Gomez...
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GomMagtibay Premium
You were once a small gun, right? :)
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Ultimateless Premium
I think I still am, but I am still having fun.
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MKearns Premium
Out there shooting those hoops. Thanks Coach!
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GomMagtibay Premium
Thank you, Coach Mike. Have fun doing it! :)
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DianneBee Premium
Nice!
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CarolE1 Premium
I love that quote. Thanks for the encouragement because we all need it. Have a great week ahead!!!

CAROL
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NamanOsmani7 Premium
Thanks for sharing.
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StepChook Premium
Great article, Gomer. Thanks for sharing!
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kn297 Premium
Great motivation man! Be consistent and keep working hard!
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JeffDolson Premium
Thanks for those inspirational words.
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OrenL Premium
We may not hit a Grand Slam, but we can get there hitting lots of singles.
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GomMagtibay Premium
Yeah. Looking at it like playing a basketball. When not yet good at shooting, lots of smaller jump shots and lay ups certainly beats trying a 3 point shot that rarely basket the ball.
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Marcusruss20 Premium
Thank you for this blog. Motivation
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onmyownterms Premium
Great share Coach. Keep 'em coming.
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GomMagtibay Premium
Thank you, my coach. Coach Mel. :)
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