Yesterday, I finally opened up my Internet Professionals site:
I had one person helpfully point out that I'd missed out the 'm' at the end. But no, that wasn't the mistake because I'm using the relatively new .co top-level domain.
The mistake I made was that I missed out a / in the text version of the URL, even though the link worked when people clicked on it.
Quite a few people pointed this out to me (thanks!), but no-one was so blatant as to say:
"You talk about professionalism, but you can't even get your URLs right!"
…although I'm sure many thought it.
Although getting things like that right IS part of being professional, it's not what makes the difference between success and failure.
When I talk about "professionalism in internet marketing", I mean something much more fundamental:
Here's the difference…
The trouble is, 95% of the training and systems for internet marketers are promoted to the amateur's mindset because people are much more likely to buy something that promises what they WANT – rather than what they NEED.
And that makes it very hard to go down the path of professionalism.
With this in mind, I have two goals with my new site:
First – to help people ADOPT the professional's mindset.
My free 7-Day Induction Course deals with that by showing what the professional path is like. You can sign up for that here:
Second – to provide people with the detailed, systematized guidance to
FOLLOW THE PATH of professionalism.
For that, I have the full Internet Professionals Master Agenda Program. I'll introduce you to that after you get on the Induction Course.
Many people have already taken the first step. If you haven't yet – come join us now!