I’m on a lot of mailing lists simply because if something is working in another niche, there’s a good chance it’s going to work in my niches as well.
One of the lists I’m on is for dating advice – specifically, dating advice for people who want to date men. (I’m also on lists for people who want to date women, married couples having problems and recently separated couples. As I said, I join a lot of lists because I’m always in learning mode.)
Do you want to diagram out how your business is going to grow in the next year, and what you need to do to get it there?
Or would you like to have a flowchart of each activity in your business, so that you can outsource these jobs without worrying about whether or not each detail is taken care of?
Flowcharts are diagrammatic representations illustrating a solution model to a problem or process. You can use them to document, analyze, design or manage your work.
And once you start using them,...
Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be an article talking about time travel, daleks and cybermen. This is actually about the ‘other’ timelord, the one we’re conditioned almost from birth, not to truly see but to obey without question.
I am of course talking about the actual time, for example its currently ten past ten at night and I’m writing this article, granted to my own self-imposed deadline, but it serves as a useful example to illustrate the point...
Membership sites are AWESOME because you make a sale once and get paid over and over again.
Membership sites suck because you have to create a never-ending stream of content.
It’s kind of like being chained to your content stove, cooking up new and exciting dishes every week without duplication, forever.
Can you really create 3 years, 5 years or 10 years’ worth of fresh content? And for that matter, do you really want to create that much content in the first place?
Your goal is to convert social media followers into customers, but it’s easier said than done, right? The first step is to post engaging content to capture your followers’ attention.
My own rules of social media posting are pretty simple:
Rule #1: Never be boring.
Rule #2: Post regularly and make it interesting.
Rule #3: Try not to stress about Rules #1 and #2 and just enjoy the process. Because if you’re having fun, then odds are your followers are having fun, too.
: Use Paid Advertising
This method isn’t free, but it is highly effective and does produce as much targeted traffic as you’re willing to pay for.
In fact, you can literally create an ad and be receiving traffic today.
You might use Facebook ads or Google ads, choosing highly targeted long-tail keywords. Be sure to test and track to get the best response.
Or you might do content syndication on sites like Outbrain, creating an overview article and linking to your free report. The...
How cool would it be to shortcut 20 years of video marketing mastery into 20 days?
That's exactly what's happening here:
There's no doubt that video marketing is the best way to get traffic and attention online today.
But that's only true if your videos are good enough to stand out.
This by far is one of the best video production courses you will run across in 2020. Taught by the master of cinematic marketing videos. When Joey Xoto came into the...
Do you need a lead magnet or TripWire to give your prospects a free or low-cost way to try your product?
Pull out one chapter or one video of your full product and use that.
If they like what they read or see in the excerpt, they will be much more likely to purchase the full product.
For example: If you’re selling a 15-module video training course, pull out one video and offer it for free to get people to join your list. Follow up with offering them the rest of the course, possibly at a...
A “lifestyle business” is a small business that you can run from nearly anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection.
Life style businesses are all about letting you live how you want to live, designing your life as you choose, while running your own small company.
Done right, in a lifestyle business you have no 80-hour work weeks, no need for venture capital funding, no rented office spaces, no warehouses, and usually no employees.
This isn’t traditional...
As a marketer, your objective is to get your customer’s attention, hold it, and then make the sale.
The problem is, all you have in your arsenal to accomplish all of this is words. Whether you’re writing sales copy, recording a video or even speaking to a live audience at a conference, it’s the words you use that will make or break your conversion rate.
Let me give you an example: You want people to opt in to your mailing list. On your button, you place a call to action. You...