The Grasshopper & The Ants is one of Aesop’s Fables, it tells of a lazy grasshopper enjoying the sun, while the ants work feverishly, building up their nest and their stores for winter. When winter comes, the grasshopper has nothing and goes begging to the ants and is turned away. The moral of the story is all about hard work and planning for the future. However, there is another view of the fable, that views the ant’s industry as mean and selfish.
As we grow, we are taught...
Have you noticed that a rather large percentage of your customers don’t actually USE your products?
You’re selling a viable product that guides your customers to a specific outcome, such as making money or losing weight.
And some of your customer buy just about every product you produce.
But… they don’t use your products…
Which has you scratching your head and wondering if you’re doing something wrong.
For some people, the act of buying...
I love building videos, but this blew me away.
I wish I had thought of this one...
For as long as I can remember, video software has been released focusing on just ONE part of video marketing.
…The MAKING of the video.
Have you ever created a video, been SUPER excited by how awesome it looks and then thought:
It’s the #1 problem PLAGUING video marketing right now. People don’t know how to USE the videos they are creating to...
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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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That’s why there are thousands of traffic...
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...