Every product falls into one of 4 categories, and here they are ranked by order of how easy they are to sell:
1: Relief of Pain.
This is always going to be the easiest thing to sell because people are willing to pay to relieve pain.
Think of the last time you had a toothache. I’m guessing you didn’t put off going to the dentist, and in fact you insisted on seeing your doctor the same day you called.
If someone wakes up to a flooded basement, they are on the phone searching...
How would you like to leverage the massive traffic of Amazon to build your email list?
Amazon is the world’s largest product search engine with…
The key to building your list as fast as possible through Amazon is to publish FREE content.
Just imagine thousands of people downloading your content for free, and then opting into your list to get MORE great content.
Getting backlinks is important for consistently driving traffic to your blog or site.
To get links, you can:
The first two methods still work, although not as well as they used to.
Ideally, if you’ve got great content that people love to share, then you only need the fourth method.
I’ve compiled a list of strategies that are working in 2019:
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So back to the original question, want the inside track to the Traffic Secrets of 7 figure marketers? Of course you do!
That’s why there are thousands of...
Written content is still an important part of the overall content creation process, and there’s really no way to get out of writing it unless you just outsource it or have solely user-generated content on your site, especially if you want to get Google traffic. But there are ways to make the process easier, which we are going to talk about right now.
Collections of quotes on particular topics are one easy way to create content, and you can add some unique content to them by...
It’s not enough to have a great product or service – you need that product or service to be memorable and stand out in the prospect’s mind when it comes time to buy.
If you’re at a marketing conference, meeting new potential joint venture partners, how do you stand apart from the rest of the crowd, so that they’ll remember you after they get home?
And for that matter, what makes an idea, product, event or person memorable?
For something to be truly memorable, it...
By now I’m sure you’ve learned in life that having a goal isn’t enough. You set a goal, you get all excited, you feel like you’ve already accomplished something, and a week, a month or a year later, you are no closer to the goal than you were before.
First, the setting of the goal gave you immediate satisfaction, so that you didn’t feel you needed to do any more at that point. Sure, you’d have to work on your goal later, but for the moment,...
This is huge, yet few marketers even think about it until they’re months into their business and wondering why they’re not making the big money.
Yet it’s pretty darn obvious to anyone else on the outside looking in at the business.
Here’s what you need to ask yourself right now:
“Is your business actually CAPABLE of making $10k per month?”
And the advanced question:
“Can your business be scaled up to $50k a month, or more?”
Here’s what I...
If you already have one or more email lists, and either a Skype or Facebook account, then this might be a way for you to make some quick cash.
You need the ability to see when people are online, hence the need for Skype or Facebook.
Before you do this, build a quick webpage where buyers can pay you. It should be a private page that search engines can’t index because you don’t want it to be found. The key is that your customers think time is limited – not that they can grab...
I can’t reveal the niche where I found this case study, but with a little tweaking this could work in any of the larger niche markets.
And best of all, you get paid UP FRONT, before you even place the ads.
Here’s how it works:
I’ll call our case study entrepreneur Bob.
Bob puts out an email newsletter for free. And it’s a really good one, too, with plenty of great information. He doesn’t actually write most of the info, though. He uses PLR and he gets permission...