I know there are a lot of people wondering about the Profit Lance program, and there are a lot of newbie's in general that are wondering how to get started in internet marketing. I want to share my process with everyone step by step, so feel free to critique, question comment or just follow along. I have lurked the internet on and off for years looking at "make money online!" type ads and products, but I never knew who provided a quality product and who just provided junk for forty bucks. I came across Profit Lance about a month ago and after researching he product I decided to take the plunge. Profit Lance was the first product I have ever googled and not found any review that claimed it was a scam. I shelled out my $77 on May 21. I was eager to get started and had no idea what I was in for. The first several hours of training, reading and videos that Mike Andrew's provides are pretty straightforward and presented in a well organized manner. Mike introduces all the facets of IM. Niche Marketing, Keyword Research, Afilliate Marketing, Adsense, PPC, SEO, etc. After the first set of lessons he walks you through signing up for clickbank, adsense, blogger, article writing sites, social networking etc. Mike provides a My Accounts page where you can keep track of your usernames and passwords etc. After going through a few days of training and itching to do something more real and more beneficial to myself, I started my blog and first website. I wrote my first 6-7 page site in one night. I was up until about 4am toiling away not wanting to stop. I added adsense and a couple of affilliate links I picked up at commissionjunction.com and my site was live. I posted to my creditandcarloans.blogspot.com blog a few times and monetized that as well, and decided "I'm ready to make money" dbbadcreditcarloans.com was born May 23rd. It only took a couple of days for me to realize that my content was weak. Not wanting to worry too much about my site I wanted to practice marketing, so I submitted my sites to a couple of Social Networking sites like Digg.com and Dropjack.com. I also wrote my first two articles which I immediately posted to GoArticles.com and Ezinearticles. I was dismayed to learn that my ezine would take at least a week to publish. To my surprise I got an adsense hit in the first few days. It paid $2.78! I was shocked that my content had generated such an expensive ad, but I guess car loans are a pretty competitive market. Still, I knew that my site needed work so I started re-tooling the first week of June. So I concluded May with A blog posted, a weak website built, and a couple of ads driving me traffic. I managed to get indexed in Google, but in the auto loan category I already know SEO will be very tough. Tune in to my next post, I will cover how I have done in June. I don't intend to share every penny I make, I'm not that kind of person, but I want to give other newbie's an idea of what they can expect, and what work it takes to get results. Tune in for my update of the past 3 weeks.