What do you wish you had known earlier?

The other day Michael Martine had an open discussion, where he had asked the question “What do you wish you had known earlier?”.  I wanted to talk more about this, I decided to write this post about it.

There’s a lot of things I wish I have known earlier in my business, I could even do a series of post about this topic (I’ll think about it). Here is three things I wish have known (no  particular order).

Marketing List
This is a no-brainer. If you are in business and you want make money, you need to have your email marketing list. Is the best way to make money.

Affiliate marketing
In short: You can make money recommending to somebody the services or products of a business.  Believe me, I have recommended services and products of tons of business with affiliate programs, and I have not made a penny. Although, I still recommend a lot of businesses without affiliate programs, at least now I don’t have a lot of  Napoleon Dynamite’s moments (GOSH!).

Jumped earlier in Twitter
I know about twitter since the early days, but I though that was a waste of time. If I had jumped in twitter earlier, I could have more followers, more clients, gain knowledge quicker and the list goes on. Also when I decided to jump in, was a little late and somebody registered the user name “ricardonunez” a month earlier.

There’s a lot of other things that I’ wish I had known earlier, like networking, outsourcing, etc., Like I said, I’ll think about create a series of post about this.

What about you? What do you wish you had known earlier?

In case you want me to talk more about any of this topics, leave a comment. Thank you for reading.

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