The Number One question that I get asked all the time is “What if I don’t know much about the Internet?” and “What if I don’t know how to do business online?”
(Which is basically telling me that someone is not comfortable using a computer.)
People tell me that they have a fear of the computer, and of doing things “wrong” and ruining the internet or their computer, or both!
There are a couple of answers to this. The first is that yes, you should have some rudimentary Internet skills. I like to say that if you have the basic ability to send an email, and attach a photo to an email, and to do simple word processing (which is basically being able to write and edit an email and use spell-check) that you have the start of what you need to get you going.
But you do have to be open to the idea of learning a few things. So don’t be afraid of it! Internet marketing simply requires learning a new skill set. No one is born knowing it!
People think that kids know this stuff, but the reality is that everyone learns by doing things over and over again, and learning things that they need to know, as they go along.
I made a report about this and several other points which I think are important for anyone interested in doing a network marketing business online. You can get the report and subscribe to my private marketing newsletter by signing in here.
So that’s how you should approach this. Just keep in mint that you will be learning things as you go. You’re going to be involved in a lot of new concepts. So be open to that. Treat it like you’re back in school, and you will learn these skills that you need to know — one by one – and get along on the Internet!