Persistence, Patience, Dedication - The Nick Martin Interview

Written by Ofa Morgan & Paul Penafiel


Name: Nicholas John Martin aka Nick Martin

Age: 24

Residence: Copenhagen, Denmark (Europe)

Business name: LifeStyleNetworker

Business address: http://www.LifeStyleNetworker.com

Business description: Free lead generation and list building system with inbuilt email capabilities.

Q) First of all, can you tell us how you got started in internet marketing and what sparked off Life Style Networker?

A) I first got started with Internet Marketing in May 2000 when I was usingrepparttar internet to search for a job inrepparttar 117215 US. I've always wanted to visit America and try it out for size. One day I fell over an ad withrepparttar 117216 headline "Earn $50.000 in 90 days" and thought hell yeah!

I knew absolutely nothing aboutrepparttar 117217 internet at that time. I had just got my first email address lol. So I pursuedrepparttar 117218 idea of earning $50.000 in 90 days and all I had to do was buy 4 reports and resell them ... The first report told me I had to bulk mail loads of email addresses, so I started searching for a way to do that.

I got enrolled intorepparttar 117219 Internet Marketing Warriors looking for a bulk emailer software. It was there I met my first sponsor Quentin Brown and that's when I learned that harvesting emails and bulk mailing was a no no in Internet Marketing.

From there I started my learning curve. I read everything I could get my hands on and started building my first website. I can't quite remember how I learned about Surf4Hits programs, but it was at that moment I knew they wererepparttar 117220 key to my traffic problems!

At that time there were only a handful of them out there so I joined them all and started surfing like mad.

After some time I thought to myself that there had to be a clever way of advertising these Surf4Hits, so one could build a decent downline in them. And that's how I started thinking about LifeStyleNetworker.

Q) And how long did it take to take it fromrepparttar 117221 idea stage to reality?

A) Wellrepparttar 117222 first version was actually called TTAN (TheElite-TeamUp Advertising Network) and it took me a few days to getrepparttar 117223 first script I had working like I wanted it to.

From there it has been a steady development and lot's of changes have been made to getrepparttar 117224 LSN we see today. I like to think of LSN as my little baby lol. Always tinkering with repparttar 117225 site and coming up with new ideas for it.

Q) Give us an example of a specific challenge you encountered inrepparttar 117226 beginning stages of Life Style Networker. How did you overcome it?

A) My members have definitely helped me a lot! When I was running TTAN, I soon after learned of a site called MoneyLegs and started working that program. I could see that Doug (the owner) had a much more advanced software and I couldn't keep up with such a competitor.

That wasrepparttar 117227 time when I decided to let TTAN go and asked all my members at that time to join me in MoneyLegs.

The response to that really took me by surprise! So many people emailed me and wanted me to continue what I was doing. There were also some who wanted to take overrepparttar 117228 site. That's when I realized how much people liked my idea.

So thanks to my founding members support, I decided to drop TTAN and go even bigger and started work on LifeStyleNetworker :)

10 Steps To Becoming A Successful Sales Affiliate

Written by J E Sheward


There are several companies onrepparttar web today who offer excellent affiliate programs. However, if you think you just have to sign up to become an affiliate and sit back waiting forrepparttar 117214 checks to start rolling in, itís just not gonna happen. You CAN make good money as an affiliate but it will take some effort and time on your part. The following tips may make that effort a little easier, andrepparttar 117215 time a little shorter.

1.Make sure thatrepparttar 117216 company you sign up with has some sort of ďtrainingĒ site, or tips for selling their product, AND someone in your upline you can contact if you need some help. You donít want a company that just turns you loose with no direction or help.

2.Look at their commission tiers. Do you have room for advancement? Will you make a commission fromrepparttar 117217 affiliates you refer? Can you earn residual income? You definitely want to be compensated for your hard work by moving up inrepparttar 117218 ranks, and residual income is crucial to continued checks each month.

3.Do they offer gateway websites? In other words, do they offer a ready-made website with your unique affiliate ID# that you can promote, or do you need to have your own website. Either way is fine, it just may be easier for a beginner to have a gateway website to promote first.

4.Are their products something that you yourself would be interested in or benefit from? You donít want to promote something that you yourself do not believe in.

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