Q&A When should I STOP investing in traffic to build my list?

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Q&A When should I STOP investing in traffic to build my list?

Todays question comes from Jonnie, another member of my new system, “The Super Affiliate Network”.

In the systems content I outline the exact formula you can use in order to build your list, AND do it profitably.

From there it’s just about you being consistent, and consistently reinvesting your profits in order to scale your business.

The question that arose was, “When should I STOP re-investing in traffic to build my list?”?

It’s a valid question, as the truth of the matter is that we’re all in business in order to make mon.ey and live a more abundant lifestyle.

…And if everything just goes back into the business, well, you’re lifestyle doesn’t change very much.

It’s also a tricky question considering that it really just depends on your individual goals.

Checkout today’s video where I break down exactly what your thought process should be in approaching this subject, and how to break the “perfectionism” trap in order to make a ton of progress, very quickly.

Did you get value out of today’s post, “Q&A When should I STOP investing in traffic to build my list?”? If so, don’t forget to leave me a quick comment and to share on social media!

Misha Wilson

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Misha

Misha Wilson is known as the youngest and fastest growing traffic and conversion expert on the Internet. He's known for his ability to bring hoards of cold traffic to any website he wants, and then convert that traffic into high ticket buyers and a group of loyal fan customers. If you're struggling to either get traffic to your website or convert your traffic into big sales, Misha is your guy.
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Misha

Misha Wilson is known as the youngest and fastest growing traffic and conversion expert on the Internet. He's known for his ability to bring hoards of cold traffic to any website he wants, and then convert that traffic into high ticket buyers and a group of loyal fan customers. If you're struggling to either get traffic to your website or convert your traffic into big sales, Misha is your guy.

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  • Jonnie`

    Reply Reply March 20, 2016

    Hi Misha,
    Your answer to my question gave me a clear understanding, once again. As always, I am amazed at the clarity I gain from listening to you. I totally see the need for finding “my number”, or the amount of income that I need in order to afford the lifestyle I want, and then investing enough in paid traffic that will bring in that amount. Then, investing more at a later time, when I am ready to scale up, and earn more. It is so simple, now that you broke it down for me. Now I see the huge value of having a mentor who can help me along the way. So many of the people I have listened to, and followed, give you the “big picture”, but it only left me with more questions, and left me more confused than I was before I listened to them. I see clearly now, and I thank you so much for your words of wisdom. Oh, and what you said about perfectionism leads to taking no action, that is one of my biggest problems. “Perfect is the enemy of done.” Ouch! But I needed to hear that more than anything else, and that wasn’t even my question!!! lol

    • Misha

      Reply Reply April 22, 2016

      🙂 Glad it brought clarity Jonnie! 🙂 And yes, perfect is most definitely the enemy of done! 🙂

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