I learnt Spanish at GCSE and A Level in UK. During this time I learnt a lot of vocab (I would write lists of vocab out and spend one hour learning it each week for the weekly vocab test). This way I learnt lots of vocab. But I was never very good at verbs. So that was something I had to practice.
I listened to one podcast Notes in Spanish that helped. They have Beginner but really that was something that supplemented my learning at school. Since leaving school my approach was to talk Spanish to people and also learn by reading. I also try and listen to Spanish music occasionally and focus on what they are saying. You can go on Youtube and look for English songs with Spanish subtitles - e.g. The Beatles with Spanish subtitles. Or Spanish songs with English subtitles. That can be helpful.
My general advice would be to learn basic words and sentences - and 10 or so sentence structures that you can then replace with different words to make different sentences. For me it's really about the audio and learning how to listen and then say the Spanish words also. Have you heard of FSI - it is a bit of a well-kept secret among language learners. Although it is a bit dated they have some really good resources for so many different languages. You can find it on many websites. Here's the top Search hit. http://www.fsi-language-courses.net/fsi-spanish-basic-course/
So aside from that I would say sit down and literally watch 2 or 3 hours of Youtube videos. Just type in Spanish beginner course or something and you should find one that can start to help you learn. Write notes as you go along. Don't worry about getting there straight away or even learning anything 'useful' at first. Just focus on getting some key words - and pronunciation. It might help to watch a Youtube video on the Spanish alphabet as well.
That's all I can think of right now. Sorry it is my first post in this forum so I hope I said at least one thing that could be considered helpful.