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Success Comes After Failure In Marketing Too
By: Slava Diamy
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    Success Comes After Failure In Marketing Too

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    Remember that principle Napoleon Hill (if I'm not mistaken) taught us, that success is a funny guy that follows as the the biggest failure happens in our lives.Well, that happens in Internet Marketing as well.

    This happened to me in 2005. I've put a lot of effort to build one site. It was growing steadily until one day traffic from Google dropped by 95%. And since most of the traffic was from Google - overall visitors dropped 90%. I smelled a failure. One year of honest work and all of a sudden you find yourself with almost nothing.

    It was a biggest failure of that time for me. I tried my best and failed miserable. Days kept going and traffic was going down. Without new traffic to site - nothing is updating and you have no strength to carry on doing regular stuff, like writing new content.

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