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    Default Read - Learn - Act... A Strategy

    Too many infopreneurs and online marketers do one or two
    of these things - but not all three.

    Read - Learn - Act

    It works wonderfully well, has done for years.

    Last week, I read two posts on Lynn's blog:

    Web Page Optimization Checklist
    http://www.clicknewz.com/2103/web-page-optimization/

    Effective Link Building
    http://www.clicknewz.com/2110/effective-link-building/

    I learned many new things from the articles - and they will
    be of value for years to come.

    If that was all, little benefit would have come of it... but
    I did something more.

    1. I checked my website ranking for my top keywords - and to
    my horror, discovered they had slipped badly, and were nowhere
    near the top!

    2. I crafted a plan of action based on the things I had
    learned about web page optimization and linking.

    3. In 2 days of furious activity, I implemented the plan -
    and have added an extra 130 pages (small ones) of content
    to my site, initiated a linking plan that will add 10 to 15
    new links daily, and devised a schedule that'll let me keep
    this going for the next 50 days.

    Hopefully, doing this right will get my site back up to
    where it used to be.

    Read - Learn - Act

    It's a winning strategy.

    Try it.

    All success
    Dr.Mani

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    Nice. That darned "ACT" part seems to be a roadblock for a lot of people. If only we could bottle that three-letter word and we'd be able to help a lot of people boost their incomes in a short time.

    Thanks for sharing, Dr. Mani. I'm a fan of yours and enjoy everything you do.
    Nicole

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    It's often the avoidance of rejection or failure (or our perception of it) that prevents the action. As long as one is reading and learning it appears to be action.

    The truth is in the footwork and results.

    PS - Nichole ... look forward to seeing you, Lynn and Jimmy D. Brown (and all the others) at NAMS3. I do hope lots of people who are members of Lynn's forum will come to see us too.

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    Look forward to seeing you, too, Kathleen! Six months between NAMS is too long for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathleenGageSpeaker View Post
    I do hope lots of people who are members of Lynn's forum will come to see us too.
    A lot of us elites will be there. There are a few threads in the elite forum section about NAMS3 and you'll see all of us who are attending. Looking forward to meeting you ladies.
    ~Angie~

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleDean View Post
    Nice. That darned "ACT" part seems to be a roadblock for a lot of people. If only we could bottle that three-letter word and we'd be able to help a lot of people boost their incomes in a short time.

    Thanks for sharing, Dr. Mani. I'm a fan of yours and enjoy everything you do.
    Nicole
    Thanks, Nicole, I know you're not one who finds action a hurdle

    Jay Abraham once taught us (at a seminar) that there are 3 kinds of people
    in any audience at events like that.

    1. Serious business owners who intend learning and taking action.
    2. Successful business owners who already have - and want to get better.
    3. Wannabe business owners whose fulfillment comes from PRETENDING
    to want to build a business - and to whom the learning process itself
    takes the place of business building!

    The last group keeps on in learning mode, buying more and more stuff,
    thinking every last bit through, but not applying what they already
    know to build something.

    If you're not in the last group - good.

    If you are - realize it... and then do what's right FOR YOU!

    All success
    Dr.Mani

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