Issues faced when using just free learning resources…

Yesterday, I shared some of the great resources that I have referred to while learning about the Internet Marketing business.

Today, I would like to highlight some issues that I have faced as a newbie in the Internet Marketing field, trying to earn profits independently using just Free resources.

Issues with using just free learning resources

Here are some issues that I have faced as a newbie in the Internet Marketing field, trying to earn profits independently using just Free resources.

Do not get me wrong, free resources are a great introduction for new Internet Marketers and I have learned many technical skills from these resources that have aided me in my full-time job.

However, what’s missing from these resources are the exact ninja secret tips and behind the scene strategies that the successful players use.

I would still recommend all aspiring Internet Marketers to start off from free resources.

BUT, there would be a point in time when we would all need to decide if we are going to do this for real and finally start making money – be it a stable income or just a one time profit.

But, back to the issues I faced previously:
1. Inability to see the big picture from snippets of free previews and free resources. 
It is easy to just copy and replicate a successful campaign.

However, there are missing gaps that would still limit me from getting the same results as the pros.

2. Less flexibility. 
With free resources, it’s often or not just a trial or a taste of the full product.

And these would often come with usage limits – be it the amount of people you can actually reach out to, or the amount of income that is ultimately coming back to you.

3. Being unaware of blind spots
With free resources, most content providers are sharing similar knowledge.

And somehow, these providers seem to have a secret agreement on the crucial knowledge that they choose to withhold.

Thus, there are many skills, trick and techniques that remain a mystery.

You remain oblivious to what you don’t know – and thus, it was difficult to identify problems and pitfalls to avoid.

 

Written by Yen Yee

Yen Yee

An aspiring digital entrepreneur who continues to learn and find her way around in the online world.

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