I see a lot of people asking some VERY specific questions. Now, it's always good to ask questions but it somewhat gives me the type of mindset these people are in and I feel it can be better.
After a while in the Affiliate Marketing Industry you start to realise that there are certain parts of the process that count a lot more than the others. With Teespring for example, Targeting would matter a lot more than the color of your ad border. In fact, to me the whole 'How much does each part matter' breakdown kind of looks like this,
Design - 40%
Targeting - 40%
FaceBook Ad Image - 10%
FB Page relevancy - 2%
Teespring Description - 2%
You get the idea...
So looking at the above, the way I work, is to focus AS MUCH AS I CAN on the activities or parts of the process that contribute the most towards the success of my Teespring Campaigns. I'd rather focus 95% of my time working on new designs and launching them than making a new FB page and well written out description for each campaign. You get me?
This way, we're applying the 80/20 rule. It makes more sense if you think about it. This is why sometimes, it's not a good thing to be too much of a perfectionist. You only have so many hours in a day and if you're going to spend them working on everything and making sure every little thing is perfect before launch, you'll be wasting a lot of time.
In the same time you launch 1 perfect campaign, someone else would have launched 5 semi-perfect campaigns, good enough to learn what works and what doesn't.
Don't get me wrong, you should be spending quality time on certain aspects but others, you should just ignore.
Hopefully this post gets you thinking a little differently.
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