How To Get Maximum Value From Every Training You Buy

Learning from someone who has done it is the fastest way to grow in life and in business, and if you are going to pay for that course you need to make sure you get the maximum value for your money.

in this article, I am going to share with you how to get maximum value from every training you buy so that you can increase the possibility of succeeding.

In affiliate marketing/make money online space there are a lot of courses out there free and paid, most of them will promise you to make a lot of money in a short period of time, but those courses rarely deliver, please stay away from these types of courses.

Also, there are some great courses out there, that can teach you everything you need to know in order to start and grow your online business, these are the ones we are going to make sure you get the maximum value possible from them.

What’s strange is that despite the profusion of information in this scene, the majority of beginners to online marketing fail miserably. They end up dejected, jaded, and poorer, after having frittered away thousands of dollars on rubbish products.

How To Get Maximum Value From Every Training You Buy

So if you have a great course that is there on your computer you need to read this as we will share with you how to get maximum value from every training you buy including that one you bought but never opened it.

Not all information products are made equal

This is the first thing that you need to understand, each and every course you buy is different from the others even if they are from the same person.

Unfortunately, because of the low barriers to entry and questionable ethics displayed by degenerate marketers, low-quality products are the norm. The scene is awash with get-rich-quick info products that are nothing more than untested theories.

The vendors may offer money-back guarantees but many of them mysteriously disappear when you ask for a refund.

Navigating through this minefield of bad info products can be a challenge for even the most intrepid mystery shopper – and yes, you are a mystery shopper because you never know what digital pile of rubbish you’ll have until after purchase.

The first key point to note: Just because a product is vendible and has a persuasive sales page doesn’t necessarily mean it’s aboveboard or proven to work.

With enough hype and lies, even the trashiest product can sell thousands of copies online.

And the sad reality is most marketers you trust will persuade you to buy these courses, they never bought these products themselves, all they care about is the profit they make, you need to be different and stop promoting bad products to people who trust you. 

Choose a marketing course that delivers

Generally, the best marketing courses are comprehensive and pricey. You get what you pay for. Common examples would be Greg Jeffries’s SEO affiliate domination or the Digital Worth course by Sarah and Andrew.

When choosing an online course to purchase, you want the vendor to walk the talk. This is imperative.

The guy selling you a course on the graphic design must be able to design attractive images. The marketer teaching you Kindle publishing must be making thousands of dollars a month publishing on the platform.

They need to put their money where their mouth is.

Does someone want to sell you a video marketing course?

Ask them to show you proof that their channel has thousands of subscribers and they’re receiving sizeable checks from YouTube.

Anyone can do some scant research and produce a course. But very few can show you real-world results. If they can, you’ll be much safer buying their training.

You may also wish to check customer reviews and even ask around in marketing Facebook groups what people think of the course you’re about to buy. Everyone loves giving their opinions online.

The second key point to note: You can profit with every marketing course you buy ONLY if the course is legitimate, proven to work, and detailed enough for you to follow.

Once you get that right, follow the tips below.

Assess the business model

Most of the reputable online marketing courses you purchase will give you an overview of the business model.
For example, if you’re building a niche site, you’ll need to learn:

Website building
How to find a niche
Keyword research
Content creation
Linking and outreach

These are just some of the skills you’ll need to master if you wish to succeed with this business model.

Similarly, if you wish to go with dropshipping, you’ll need to know how to spot a winning product, how to build a Shopify store, how to run paid ads, how to design ad creatives, fulfill orders, and so on.

No matter what business model you choose – there WILL be skills to learn. You’ll have to pick up each skill as you go through the course.

This will not only take time but also effort and patience as you surf the learning curve. It’ll be common to fail repeatedly… but you’ll fail your way to success.

Once you’re aware of how much work is involved and how many skills you need to master, you’ll understand what’s in store for you. There are no quick profits here.

Get a lay of the land before you begin.

Take a modular approach

Many beginners make a huge mistake trying to watch or consume a course in its entirety before taking action. This not only delays their progress but tends to overwhelm them too.

Usually, they quit the course halfway and never get started.

You don’t need to see the entire staircase before taking the first step. You MUST learn by doing. Do… do… do. Then do some more.

Since you can’t do it all at once, you’ll need to do it in stages. That’s the best way to go about it.

For example, when the course instructor shows you how to conduct keyword research, you’ll want to immediately get started on it after watching the video.

That may mean signing up for Ahref or Semrush and fiddling around with the tool’s interface as you figure it all out. Sometimes, it may take you a few days or even longer to truly get the hang of keyword research.

That’s why you need to focus on the specific task at hand. There’s no need to worry about backlinking and other details just yet.

Mastering keyword research is what matters at the moment. That’s your current module.

Once you can do keyword research proficiently, now you’re ready to go back to the course and start on the next module… and repeat the process.

You’ll learn by doing… and will save time in the process. By watching and doing it in stages, you’ll understand the process better and be building a business instead of merely learning one.

Immerse yourself in the process

Here’s a hard truth – no matter how expensive or comprehensive a course is, it’ll never have ALL the information you’ll need to become an expert on the topic.

You’ll have enough information to build a business… but to truly take it to the next level, immersion is a vital component in your learning journey.

So what is immersion?

Simple. It means learning all you can about each part of your business.

If we follow the keyword research example from above, while you’re figuring out how to use the keyword research tool, you may also wish to read the product’s documentation. You’ll also want to look on YouTube for tutorials on using the tool.

While the course may have tutorials for you to follow, when you’re watching material from different sources, it’s inevitable to pick up tips and tricks from different places.

The repetition will also sear the concepts and practices in your mind. Once again, take the modular approach. Go narrow, but go deep. Learn each component to the best of your ability and test it all out.

The more you learn and DO, the better you’ll understand the process and the nuances involved.
As they say, “The difference between good and great is attention to detail.”

A word of caution here: Immersing yourself while you learn and do is awesome, but don’t immerse yourself into any one module for too long.

That’s a form of paralysis too. Once you’re good at one task, move on to the next module and master that too.

Journal your process and progress

No. This is NOT one of those “Hello Diary!” moments.
Journaling your process will mean writing down:
What you’ve learned
What you’re doing
What are your results are
What new tips and tricks are working
Any ideas you may want to test out

And so on. In time to come, this will serve as a very handy reference. Try and compartmentalize your journal so that your documenting is done in ‘sections.’

For example, one section may be about finding niches – and you’ll document all you can about it.

Other sections may be about keyword research, building backlinks, and so on. Use a notebook with tabs to make it easier for you.

In the future, if you learned new tricks about any topic, you can add them to the relevant sections. This will prevent your journal from being messy and unstructured.

Don’t start too many projects at once

It’s common to want to launch 3 sites at once or write and publish 3 books at one go. This can be done if you leverage outsourcing, but it is NOT recommended.

The goal of speeding up your progress by replicating processes across different projects at the same time is counterproductive.

When you’re in the learning stage, you will make mistakes. As you get more experienced, you’ll discover better ways of doing things.

If you were to replicate your efforts simultaneously, you’d need to correct the same errors multiple times.

For example, if you are building 3 websites at the same time, halfway through the process, you may discover that using a different WordPress theme makes your site load faster.

Now you’ll need to change 3 sites. This can be a hassle. So, work on your first project and make it your sole project.

Once you’re done, you can start the next few projects simultaneously because you’re armed with know-how and experience.

To go faster in the future, you’ll need to go slower in the present.

Spend time in the trenches

It’s almost impossible to build an online business in 1 month by just working on it for 20 minutes a day. You need to do more. A lot more.

Dedicate as much time as you can to your business. Watch the training repeatedly and keep working on your skills until they’re second nature to you.

Consistency is key here. If you only can spare 30 minutes a day, that’s fine – but spend that 30 minutes DAILY… and do NOT expect fast results.

Someone who spends 2 hours of focused efforts on their business will progress far more rapidly than someone who can only afford half an hour a day.

But we can only cut our suits according to the cloth we have. If your life and work commitments only allow you 30 minutes a day, just use those 30 minutes wisely.

Overcome ALL hurdles

It’s inevitable to overcome hurdles when building your business. Maybe you can’t figure out how to install Google analytics or you have no idea how to integrate your Shopify store with Oberlo. Such tech issues are the norm. Nothing to panic about.

Do NOT quit and try to start building a new website or store without solving the problem.

It will rear its ugly head again! Repeatedly. No matter how many sites or stores you start. Starting from scratch doesn’t mean the outcome will be different or the problem can be avoided.

You’ll need to overcome it to get past it and move your business forward.

If you really can’t do it on your own, find a freelancer on Fiverr and pay them to do the job for you. Sometimes, it’s easier and faster to leverage the expertise of another person who’s a professional at the task you’re struggling with.

Never quit because something in your business is tripping you up. That’s akin to hitting the snooze button on your business. Every online business has its sticking points.

The difficult truth is that building and running an online business is like getting kicked in the stomach repeatedly… and it will happen even when your business is successful.

The kicking doesn’t stop. Your pain threshold just goes up. So, be ready to get kicked and proceed forward despite the discomfort.

Iterate constantly

As you get better at what you do, keep improving your processes, performance, and output. You will fail multiple times. But if you keep changing things and trying repeatedly, you will succeed in the time to come.


Your success in business is not dependent on any one course. It only depends on you.

If a course is legitimate and others are having success with it, so can you. It’s all about staying on track and keeping your nose on the grindstone until you succeed.

Too many beginners blame the courses and expect a blueprint for success. In reality, you write your own blueprint. You can have the steps laid out for you in the course, but only with effort and time will you discover a blueprint that works for you.

That’s how you profit with every good online marketing course you buy.

“Overnight success stories take a long time.” – Steve Jobs

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