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3 Things That Are Important To Do In Online Marketing Even When You Really Goof Up That You Should Know!

By Lisa Cope
Posted Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Online marketing is not as easy as it is sometimes made out to be. There are many things as an online marketer that you must do even when you really goof up BIG!

1. Make sure you try, try and TRY again.

One of the main reasons I believe that most people fail in online

marketing is because when they really goof up they are afraid to try again.

Take this example. This morning I was trying out a great new tool. It really is fantastic and it would have worked great if I hadn't been in such a hurry to see the end result.

In my haste to see the finished product I inadvertently hit the create button way to soon and ended up submitting and unfinished, non punctuated, mis-spelled article that made absolutely no sense to, I have no idea how many publishers, with my name all over it.

They know who they are and I hope with all sincerity that they will laugh when they read this and forgive my unintentional waste of their valuable time.

2. Learn the lesson and go on.

It is important especially in online marketing to learn the lesson and go on. Because when you make a big goof you feel as if everyone is watching to see if you will give up or go on. By going on you are admitting that you are human and you make mistakes.

Some would say that it is fatal to your business to let your human side show. But I say it is important to let people see that there is a real person on the other side of their computer connections. Mistakes included.

3. Turn your goof into a opportunity

Sometimes when we goof big we spend a lot of time kicking ourselves for messing up. STOP IT!

Instead try turning your goof into an opportunity to prove that you can do better. Prove that even though you mess up you are completely capable of achieving the task at hand.

So, I guess what I am trying to say is with each goof made there is lesson learned. What you do with that lesson is up to you.

My suggestion is that you try, try and then try again.

Lisa M. Cope - an Online Marketer that isn't afraid to admit she goofs up!

"With my goof in mind and my big lesson learned I will continue to try and try until one day I get it right".

Copyright 2002 Lisa Cope. Please feel free to pass this article on to your friends, or use it in your ezine or newsletter. It's a shareware article.

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