It is possible to learn something new by finding the extra time in your daily
activities. Simply reorganize the way you approach your tasks that are within your personal responsibility. Also, you must have the passion to learn!
Wherever you go online today, the term “social media” is used heavily in most marketing campaign. This global trend has made everyone of every age engrossed in one, or more social media site. Everyone is involve with it, in one form or another but what exactly is Social Media?
Social Media Explained
Social Media is an online technology as well as platform that allow people from all over the world to share personal opinions, perspectives, content and information within that domain. It can be in the form of text, images, audio and video.
Of late, I noticed that there are many online marketers promoting newly formed business programs that provides you a tool to build up a name list. An Email or Viral List Building tool or even Leads Generation as some marketer’s might called it.
When you read the email swipes or splash pages that these marketer’s used, they will want you to believe that they are getting great leads and making good money out of it. But, is that really a lead when the respondent have no choice but to append their email address in order to see what they are getting into or to explore it out of curiosity?
IMHO, It is good if the intention of the owner is to help you make money online with the tools they provides but many a times, while exploring those programs, I have my doubts:
You are on a Landing Page where you get to see only an Optin Box requesting for your Email Address to “sign-in” or to get the “permission” to view the video or promotional page.
Why should you be reading this blog? Who is this guy anyway ?
A brief history about William Siong, an ordinary guy from Singapore.
“Like most people, I was raised in a poor environment without the luxury of most middle-class families who own houses, cars and wear nice clothing but fortunately I do not have to beg for my daily needs as my parent were cobblers who earned enough to raise 2 children on their own”
“I was also told that in order to live life abundantly, we need a good education in order to find a good salaried job BUT I never like studying because of the constant tests and examinations in school.”
“At end of school session, I would be playing soccer, basketball, “roundus” and anything that is a trend during that period in time. And always reaching home late with dirtied clothing and getting cane eventually”