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Suffering from Information Overload?

Published on 9/12/2017
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If you're suffering from information overload, then the

best medicine is to focus on one proven method for
generating income. Stop jumping from fad to fad, and start
making real money by building a profitable list:

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It's no secret that today's technology-rich world is an
informational geyser.

Every day, thousands of sources of new data and
information pour into your inbox and desktop, all intent
on providing you with new insights and ideas for how to
boost your Internet marketing tactics.

But, in many of those cases, the result is simply
overload. How much information can we actually absorb from
day to day, and even then, how much of that information do
we need?

Decide What Information You Need

The first thing I tell anyone suffering from information
overload is to sit down and make a list of what they
actually need. You'd be surprised at how much information
you don't actually need to have.

For example, if you're subscribed to 25 different blogs
about affiliate marketing, what do you actually get from
those blogs each day? How many hours do you spend reading
posts that you could spend putting the tactics you've
learned in the past to work?

The easiest way to measure the value of the information
you bring in is to see if you actually use any of it. Many
times, you'll find that you don't use it at all.

Reading 200 articles a month about exciting new ways to
create and use a blog to make money doesn't help you if
you have yet to set up a single blog.

So, remove any informational sources that only pile on
more options for how to do something you have yet to do.

A good trick is to have your favorite blogs on RSS feeds.
Then, you can look at the posts together each day and
determine which ones seem to hold the most value.

Choose 5-10 articles each day to read and stick to them.
Even if there are 100 articles out there that have
valuable information, you'll never get anything done if
you read them all. It defeats the purpose of having that
information.

What about Information Products?

An even bigger problem for information junkies is the
allure of a new moneymaking system or product.

A lot of people who have the knowledge and tools needed to
become truly effective affiliate marketers never get there
because they spend more time reading new eBooks and
pondering new systems than actually putting them to use.

My rule for this is simple. No matter how good a new
product looks, or how low the price seems to be at the
moment, don't buy or read any new information products
unless you've finished the one you're currently working
on.

When I say finished, I mean more than just reading all the
books and watching all the videos. I mean completely and
utterly finished, having tried all the tricks and
developed all the sites using the tools of the program you
bought.

This is important, because too many people will get
excited about a program, buy it and then find that they
don't like the way it works or that they are really
excited about a different program.

They hop from one program to the next without ever
investing the time needed to get anything done with the
product in question. I don't know about you--but I like to
get my money's worth out of something.

The key to overcoming information overload is to simply
forget the information exists.

I'm as big of a proponent of reading and learning as
anyone you'll ever meet, but if you continuously spend
more hours a day researching and looking for new "tricks,"
you'll never be able to put them to use.

Trust yourself and the knowledge you've gathered and jump
into the deep end. You'll be surprised at how quickly you
float and start to swim.

If you want to crush information overload and start
profiting in record time, then you had better begin with
list building ASAP:

==> OptinPress

 

 

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