Remember when everyone was so excited to use a service such as Kunaki to create real, tangible CDs and DVDs and have them shipped out?
Yeah, I know that was a few years ago.
And since then, I think many marketers have decided that tangible products are too much work.
But guess what?
Now more than ever, if you want to stand apart from everyone else in your niche and if you want to charge real money (BIG MONEY) for your products, then sending out actual hold-in-your-hands products makes good...
If you've ever attended the course of writing sales letters and you're aware of the fact that you shouldn't disclose the price until after you've justified the price.
It's essential to create value, convince the potential buyer to desire your product, and then send them to a frenzied desire. It's time to demonstrate the value of your item the price, and I'm talking about an enormous amount.
Only then will you reveal the cost.
At the very least, it's the norm.
Rules are meant to be broken,...
It’s the ultimate marketing dream: Press a button, send an email, and money comes pouring into your bank account.
But before that can happen, a lot of work needs to go into things like finding or creating the right products for the right audience, finding that audience, and then convincing them they want to buy what you want to sell.
Which is where we jump in today – how do you convince people to buy? How can persuasiveness become second nature to you so that no matter what you do...
If you’ve never considered integrating your business with another service or product that your customers are already using, you might want to take notice of this trend.
Companies and entrepreneurs are teaming up with non-competing entities to reach the same customers, massively increase traffic and sales and keep their customers around for much longer.
Here’s how it works:
Step 1: Know who your customers are.
If you don’t know who your customers are, then there’s no...
You can now ask your faithful fans to support your podcast by charging monthly fees through Spotify or Apple. You can even get 100% of the subscriber income for the first two years.
These are just three possible ways to use it:
Anytime and every time you do anything in your business, write it down.
Found a new resource? A new shortcut? A new market? Had a brilliant idea? Or even a crazy idea? Write it all down.
If you try something and it works, write it down. If it didn’t work, write that down, too.
It doesn’t matter what your niche is. The point is to keep track of everything you do in your business.
Then when something pays off big, you have three options:
This is for everyone who has procrastinated on building an at home business and suddenly finds they have the time and the inclination to do it…
…but the thought of creating products, building funnels and recruiting affiliates is just too much.
Step 1: Pick a small, hot niche. Weight loss for women is too big.
Weight loss for women over 50 who work from home and hate dieting and workouts might be good.
Step 2: Write your compelling story. This is YOUR story of why YOU are in this...
Internet marketing or online marketing are the vehicles to take a business big. But first, you need a business idea.
True, you can basically copy other businesses – information marketing, for example – and do fine.
But if you want a HUGE business with a brand that stands apart from all the rest, then you need not just the same idea as someone else, but an even better idea.
Here then are X ways to generate profitable business ideas. Who knows – your next million-dollar...