My good friend Willie Crawford inspired me to ask you this question. He did so in the private TIMIC forum and a lot of people posted their talents. Why?
So many different people are active in the Internet marketing niche. They all have different skills. Most of them work alone.
Which is a pity, because if they would bundle forces, they could focus more on things they’re good at and partner with someone with skills they don’t like or aren’t good at themselves.
Yes, I know there are a thousand ways to outsource certain tasks. But the problem here is that you often don’t know who you’re dealing with, so you first have to find the good ones and stay away from the scams. Why not team up with people you know at least a little bit?
There’s another reason for asking this question.
How many products do you have on your hard disk that you’ve never have used or how many membership sites are you a member of without ever applying the information provided therein?
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I’ll take myself as an example.
I’ve thousands of products on my PC. I’ve looked at the majority of them and many are very do-able if only…
…I followed through all the way down. Which I didn’t, because it takes TIME to learn how to make these applications profitable.
And if there’s one thing we all have in common, it is a lack of time. So, as soon as we decide some application takes too much time, we’ll rush to the next one. Recognize this pattern?
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An outstanding E-commerce script with numerous options. The user guide is excellent, but it takes some time to learn and implement it. For me it has been quite easy to set up, but for innumerable people it isn’t. Just because they don’t have a talent for it. If only you could find a person who has, and you could barter your skills with theirs, it would save you tons of time and a lot of unnecessary annoyance.
Writing articles. I CAN write articles, that’s not the problem, but there seem to be so many people out there who can write the same quality articles in much less time. Why not work with them? I did recently, in exchange for setting up a brand new website for them using my template. We both won time and avoided annoyance.
And there are many more areas where you can barter skills. Setting up PayPal payment buttons, audio and video creation, graphic design, autoresponder set ups, installing scripts, submission of articles, creating websites, you name it.
Hence the question: What Are Your Talents?
I encourage you to post your talents in the comments section of this post.
Some people may feel uncomfortable telling in public what they think they’re good at. Still, I encourage you to do so as we all can learn from each other and you may end up with a great partner to work with.
Others will post away without even thinking about the real and true value of what they post as their skills. I will try to detect and delete them.
And of course there are people who comment just to receive a one-way link back, regardless the topic and the value of their comments. They will be deleted immediately.
That’s why, before posting your talents, you must click this link to make sure your comments will be published.
What Are Your Talents?
Post them below.
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