How Can YOU Be Successful On The Internet?

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A lot of individuals would say that if you make a profit then you are successful. I believe that is a very narrow view and leaves out most of the social networking individuals who are on the internet to make connections and do not only have a profit motive.

How then can you measure success on our social network? I believe success can be measured in a number of ways.

First and foremost you must participate in the many aspects offered. If you take the time and effort to explore the home page of you will find:

· Motivational Videos
· Latest Activity
· Expert Forums
· Most Recent Posts
· Diamond Member Posts
· Member Profiles
· New Members

You will be successful if you take the time and effort to read and listen to these products and then make your comments known to the writer. You do not have to read every blog but if you see something that is in your area of interest check out the writer’s profile then READ AND COMMENT on the article and connect with the writer.

A true writer needs a feedback on what is written to determine their degree of success in getting a message across to the reader. The writer can then determine if they are successful by having the reader take an action. If your product is read but no action is taken then you have not achieved true success.

The action desired does not have to involve the purchase of a product. Something as simple as having the reader add a friend request, comment on the article, ask questions, opt-in to receive a complimentary product, or click on a web site are all signs of the writer achieving success with their article.

If you are still reading this article, then I feel as if I have reached a certain degree of success. If you take an additional step and take one of the actions listed below then I will have achieved a connection with you.

Please take a moment to go to my profile, add me as a friend, comment on this article or ask me any questions about writing web content. If you so desire I can offer you access to products that can improve your ability to learn how write and earn money on the internet. Visit my site, Opt-in and I will provide you with a complimentary PDF document listing many sites and products for your review.

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Comment by Andrea Fields on November 17, 2009 at 7:26am
Thank you very much for writing and sharing (at no cost) your article titled "How You can Be Successful On The Internet". I thoroughly enjoyed it; and I signed up to received your e-letter. thank you in advance for helping me achieve e-success.
Comment by Minister Gerald B.Gage on November 9, 2009 at 6:24pm
Thanks for the article on success and how it is measured. Thanks
Comment by Aida on November 6, 2009 at 12:41am
My experience, the most difficult part in writing is To Start Writing. Until now I still do not know what to write. Will the content interests people, looks funny, people will understand & the list goes on?
Comment by Kurt Evans on November 4, 2009 at 7:58pm
As a writer, I measure my success by my ability to reach my reader. If I can offer somebody some hope and encouragement through what I write, then I've done my job and served my purpose.
Comment by Randall Benvenuti on November 4, 2009 at 3:33pm
Say, Carl, thank you for the invitation. For now, I'll ask a question: how should Facebook page for a website be different (content-wise) from the site itself?

Randy Benvenuti
Comment by Daniel P. Cwiak on November 4, 2009 at 3:26pm
Excellent points made with this blog, Carl. Not everyone will be financiallly successful, but in making connections, getting new information, and just being there for someone can mean a great deal of success to people. Glad to see that there are values people respect other than their pocket.
Comment by Rudy Hiebert on November 4, 2009 at 1:24pm
Some valuable points made here; thank-you all for sharing your wisdom. What I see happening on the 'net with regard to social network places and even in real life situations, is that if the relationship is not productive financially, it won't last much past the first coffee. In other words, if I keep coming back here thinking that a relationship may be productive someday, I may be in denial and should make some changes.
Comment by kerry summers on November 4, 2009 at 1:02pm
Thanks Carl. Two years ago I knew nothing about the internet. Now I know a little bit about it. Still crawling but hope to walk soon. That is a success!
Comment by nimia acebes on November 4, 2009 at 5:21am
Thank you for this post Carl. It is helpful for a new blogger like me. Hope you could visit my site too at
Comment by Catherine Mascrès on November 4, 2009 at 5:05am
Thank you, Karl. A pleasure to read. Ami. Cath

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