How a guy built a seven figure online business…

You ever noticed that some of the best online marketers don’t actually study online methods?

They study offline ‘traditional’ methods.

So anyway, this guy I know –  earns multiple seven figures a year from his online business.

His customers think he’s great and his products sell like crazy

His secret?

He studies traditional methods of selling.

I’m talking about techniques and methods that were popular before the internet, then he finds a way to automate it using technology and put it online.

Same techniques, newer technology.

For example, he knows that when you run an ad in a newspaper it needs to be seen on average around 8 times by a prospect before they’ll buy.

So he uses retargeting in his online business (you know those ads that seem to follow you around when you’re browsing?)…

…to make sure that he gets the necessary eight views (at least) per prospect.

He also knows that we’re more likely to go  back to the guy that we’ve successfully bought from in the past and that we trust for our next purchase rather than go to a new salesman or company

So he treats his buyers’ list like family.

He also knows that we’re more likely to buy based on:

==>> Trust

==>> Familiarity

==>> Word of mouth from trusted sources

==>> Past experience

==>> …and a dozen other factors rather than being sold by ‘cold’ marketers

So he uses technology to automate and replicate the conditions he needs and to fulfill the above requirements!

By clever use of Facebook, autoresponder emails, tweets, forums, psychology and tracking and testing he knows pretty much what he should be saying to his new  prospects, his existing customers, his existing subscribers, and his VIP clients at any given time to maximize their value to him

Technology doesn’t have to mean distant and impersonal either:

If a personal handshake is required to seal a deal with a VIP client he’ll replicate it with a personalized video, gift or (snail mail) letter that will have the same effect.

If he launches a new ‘line’ of goods or product he’ll hold a VIP ‘viewing evening’ for his most valued customers, and make them aware that they’re in his inner circle

I’ll say it again – He replicates the best ‘old school’ selling techniques using current technology.

If it worked fifty years ago don’t think it won’t work today, because my friend is living proof it DOES

When you first look at his business it looks horribly complicated.

But if you’ve ever bought a premium car from a salesman, bought shares through a city broker or hold an Amex Gold or Platinum card you’ll recognize what he’s doing immediately

He’s looking after his customers, in the same way, you’d be looked after at the Savoy or Waldorf Astoria in 1922

Sure, he might be using modern technology but he’s building relationships, selling products and acquiring prospects in ways that have been used for hundreds of years.

If you think online business is any different to offline business think again.

We’re still selling to human beings and we haven’t evolved anywhere near as fast as technology.

We still like to feel special.

The really successful marketers online know that and use it

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Three Unspoken Reasons You Could Be Failing With Your Online Business

Obviously there are more than just three reasons why some people never quite crack it online of course…

..luck, motivation, background, even family support all play a part

But from the experience of working with numerous clients and customers I can safely say that following are three of the main reasons that can cause normal, intelligent, motivated people to fail with their online businesses:

ONE: Fear of investing money

You can’t set up an online business for free. It can’t be done.

If you’re anything like me you’ll need to find this out for yourself, of course, but if you want to save yourself two years of hard work and anguish then take the following to heart:

You need to invest in your business.

You’ll need resources, software, traffic, outsourcing, and professional help.

You won’t need it all at once of course, and if you do it correctly your business will fund itself as you go on…

…but being afraid, reluctant or unwilling to invest money in your business is most likely to be the thing that kills it off in the long run.

You wouldn’t (and couldn’t) operate without funds if you opened a high street shop or bought a franchise right?

Well there’s no difference

You need to spend money on your business.

Some things you can do for free, ALL things you can’t.

TWO: Failure to acquire the specific knowledge you need.

You don’t need to know everything but you DO need to know the right things.

You need to know the basics of selling, how to use certain bits of software or hardware, and you need to know how to put it all together…

..and if not putting it together physically yourself, then you need to know how it SHOULD fit together.

You can outsource a lot of your business, but you need to know that something exists to be able to outsource it!

You can’t work in a surfboard shop or computer shop successfully without knowing how the kit works.

You don’t have to know everything but you do have to know how to access the information you don’t have.

Likewise, if your business isn’t moving forward because you simply don’t know the technical aspects of how to do something then FIND OUT. Actively seek it out.

The knowledge won’t appear by magic one

Saturday morning when you’re at the gym and eventually it will turn into a roadblock and logjam your whole business.

Yes, you could outsource it but if it’s something you’ll be doing again and again like putting JVZoo button code onto your page or configuring a JVZoo funnel then it’s going to cost you a lot of money and time each time you need it doing.

So find out how to do it yourself.

Ask, Google, check YouTube, forums, networks, FAQ’s, support desks, friends, or whatever you need to FIND OUT the information that you need to know.

You’d be more than amazed at the number of people I hear from who are ‘stuck’ and have been for months because they say they don’t know how to do a certain thing…

..yet it only takes my support people TEN SECONDS to find a link to a YouTube video that walks them through that very information!

It’s crazy.

It’s lazy too.

If you need information find it.

You’ve got the internet. If you’d started a business 50 years ago it’d be a damn sight harder than it is now.

Research is a skill. Learn it.

THREE: Too much focus on the internet and not enough on the marketing

 Internet Marketing IS just that – selling stuff on the net.

It’s not a ‘thing’ in itself. It’s a WAY to selling something.

So it’s not a product – you’ll need one of those.

It’s not a sales letter or video – you’ll need one of those too.

Nor is it traffic. You’ll need to sort that aspect of your business out too.

Once you get that fact sorted out in your head you’ll be fine. But you need to really get it.

Took me a while to realize that pretty much  ALL the aspects of running a ‘normal’ business – from lead management through to making sales – were applicable to an internet business too

Sure, an online biz can be cheaper to set up than a shop or warehouse (all you need is a website) but when it comes to getting eyes on your product and then convincing the buggers to buy it…

…it’s just like any other form of selling.

So while it’s OK to use fancy software and platforms to make your selling easier or more effective, don’t make the mistake of thinking you’ll make money from that platform or software alone.

You won’t.

And then there’s one of MY main faults – tinkering with stuff.

There’s nothing I love more than installing a new plugin, bit of script or subscribing to a new service and spending days messing about with it.

The only problem is I’m a crap techy and I spend far too long doing something that is unproductive when I should be doing something to move my business forward.

I’ve managed to discipline myself only ever to get outsourcers to do stuff like this now, but I know people who spend their entire time online messing about with things like this and it means their business will never progress.

Focus on your business. Focus on what brings in the MONEY, NOT the internet side of things.

I know it’s much more fun installing a new blog theme or messing about with that new plugin you bought…

…but that’s NOT internet marketing, that’s just internet 🙂

And it doesn’t bring the money in.

So focus on what DOES.

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Over $4,000 for three days’ work a month

Smart marketers realize that coaching is made much more difficult by the need to schedule your time with that of your client

If your client works full-time (not to mention being in another country) it’s often tricky trying to co-ordinate a time to jump on a Skype call that is convenient for both of you…

…especially if you’ve allocated one day a week for the next 4 weeks to run your coaching program over.

There is a simpler way…

It will also bring a lump sum into your account AND makes it easier on both you and your client when it comes to arranging coaching times

It’s this:

Sell slots.

I’ve done this in the past and plan to do it very soon again.

Here’s how it’s done…

If you charge $200 an hour for your time, you should create a site that you can open each month where your clients can pre-book your time.

So $200 would buy one hour of your time

$1000 would buy 6 hours (you throw in an extra hour for bulk booking)

The beauty is that these slots can be redeemable over whatever period you choose – a month, three months, a year…

It’s up to you.

All you need to do is use an online diary such as appointlet.com so your customers can schedule online when they want to use their hours with you.

Of course, you can block off times when you don’t want to work too.

If you wish you can allocate just three days per month in one go to work with your clients or you can schedule out the equivalent of three days work over the whole month working just an hour a day or so.

Personally I like to get into the ‘mindset’ of coaching and work multiple hours per day.

It’s up to you

If you work the equivalent of just THREE days per month (at seven hours per day) you’d bring in $4,200 at $200 an hour.

Of course, you could also sell hours on an ongoing basis as part of a funnel or upsell structure and let your clients redeem their time at any point up to (for example) 18 months in the future.

Remember you’re getting paid at the time of the booking they book – you don’t have to wait until they redeem their time to bank the money.

It’s a wonderfully flexible and relaxed attitude to coaching in my opinion and even better, it allows your clients to prepare for their hour, and to use them at key points within their business expansion.

They might want an hour’s brainstorm with you initially and then implement your suggestions before coming back 3 weeks later to discuss their results.

Flexibility makes for great coaching and successful clients.

AND lump sums in your account when you need them by selling your time upfront.

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Over $4,000 for three days’ work a month

Smart marketers realize that coaching is made much more difficult by the need to schedule your time with that of your client

If your client works full-time (not to mention being in another country) it’s often tricky trying to co-ordinate a time to jump on a Skype call that is convenient for both of you…

…especially if you’ve allocated one day a week for the next 4 weeks to run your coaching program over.

There is a simpler way…

It will also bring a lump sum into your account AND makes it easier on both you and your client when it comes to arranging coaching times

It’s this:

Sell slots.

I’ve done this in the past and plan to do it very soon again.

Here’s how it’s done…

If you charge $200 an hour for your time, you should create a site that you can open each month where your clients can pre-book your time.

So $200 would buy one hour of your time

$1000 would buy 6 hours (you throw in an extra hour for bulk booking)

The beauty is that these slots can be redeemable over whatever period you choose – a month, three months, a year…

It’s up to you.

All you need to do is use an online diary such as appointlet.com so your customers can schedule online when they want to use their hours with you.

Of course, you can block off times when you don’t want to work too.

If you wish you can allocate just three days per month in one go to work with your clients or you can schedule out the equivalent of three days work over the whole month working just an hour a day or so.

Personally I like to get into the ‘mindset’ of coaching and work multiple hours per day.

It’s up to you

If you work the equivalent of just THREE days per month (at seven hours per day) you’d bring in $4,200 at $200 an hour.

Of course, you could also sell hours on an ongoing basis as part of a funnel or upsell structure and let your clients redeem their time at any point up to (for example) 18 months in the future.

Remember you’re getting paid at the time of the booking they book – you don’t have to wait until they redeem their time to bank the money.

It’s a wonderfully flexible and relaxed attitude to coaching in my opinion and even better, it allows your clients to prepare for their hour, and to use them at key points within their business expansion.

They might want an hour’s brainstorm with you initially and then implement your suggestions before coming back 3 weeks later to discuss their results.

Flexibility makes for great coaching and successful clients.

AND lump sums in your account when you need them by selling your time upfront.

If you found this helpful and informative, there are nine more  – no optin, 100% free, short, to the point reports like this – CLICK HERE

Over $4,000 for three days’ work a month

Smart marketers realize that coaching is made much more difficult by the need to schedule your time with that of your client

If your client works full-time (not to mention being in another country) it’s often tricky trying to co-ordinate a time to jump on a Skype call that is convenient for both of you…

…especially if you’ve allocated one day a week for the next 4 weeks to run your coaching program over.

There is a simpler way…

It will also bring a lump sum into your account AND makes it easier on both you and your client when it comes to arranging coaching times

It’s this:

Sell slots.

I’ve done this in the past and plan to do it very soon again.

Here’s how it’s done…

If you charge $200 an hour for your time, you should create a site that you can open each month where your clients can pre-book your time.

So $200 would buy one hour of your time

$1000 would buy 6 hours (you throw in an extra hour for bulk booking)

The beauty is that these slots can be redeemable over whatever period you choose – a month, three months, a year…

It’s up to you.

All you need to do is use an online diary such as appointlet.com so your customers can schedule online when they want to use their hours with you.

Of course, you can block off times when you don’t want to work too.

If you wish you can allocate just three days per month in one go to work with your clients or you can schedule out the equivalent of three days work over the whole month working just an hour a day or so.

Personally I like to get into the ‘mindset’ of coaching and work multiple hours per day.

It’s up to you

If you work the equivalent of just THREE days per month (at seven hours per day) you’d bring in $4,200 at $200 an hour.

Of course, you could also sell hours on an ongoing basis as part of a funnel or upsell structure and let your clients redeem their time at any point up to (for example) 18 months in the future.

Remember you’re getting paid at the time of the booking they book – you don’t have to wait until they redeem their time to bank the money.

It’s a wonderfully flexible and relaxed attitude to coaching in my opinion and even better, it allows your clients to prepare for their hour, and to use them at key points within their business expansion.

They might want an hour’s brainstorm with you initially and then implement your suggestions before coming back 3 weeks later to discuss their results.

Flexibility makes for great coaching and successful clients.

AND lump sums in your account when you need them by selling your time upfront.

If you found this helpful and informative, there are nine more  – no optin, 100% free, short, to the point reports like this – CLICK HERE

Three Unspoken Reasons You Could Be Failing With Your Online Business

Obviously there are more than just three reasons why some people never quite crack it online of course…

..luck, motivation, background, even family support all play a part

But from the experience of working with numerous clients and customers I can safely say that following are three of the main reasons that can cause normal, intelligent, motivated people to fail with their online businesses:

ONE: Fear of investing money

You can’t set up an online business for free. It can’t be done.

If you’re anything like me you’ll need to find this out for yourself, of course, but if you want to save yourself two years of hard work and anguish then take the following to heart:

You need to invest in your business.

You’ll need resources, software, traffic, outsourcing, and professional help.

You won’t need it all at once of course, and if you do it correctly your business will fund itself as you go on…

…but being afraid, reluctant or unwilling to invest money in your business is most likely to be the thing that kills it off in the long run.

You wouldn’t (and couldn’t) operate without funds if you opened a high street shop or bought a franchise right?

Well there’s no difference

You need to spend money on your business.

Some things you can do for free, ALL things you can’t.

TWO: Failure to acquire the specific knowledge you need.

You don’t need to know everything but you DO need to know the right things.

You need to know the basics of selling, how to use certain bits of software or hardware, and you need to know how to put it all together…

..and if not putting it together physically yourself, then you need to know how it SHOULD fit together.

You can outsource a lot of your business, but you need to know that something exists to be able to outsource it!

You can’t work in a surfboard shop or computer shop successfully without knowing how the kit works.

You don’t have to know everything but you do have to know how to access the information you don’t have.

Likewise, if your business isn’t moving forward because you simply don’t know the technical aspects of how to do something then FIND OUT. Actively seek it out.

The knowledge won’t appear by magic one

Saturday morning when you’re at the gym and eventually it will turn into a roadblock and logjam your whole business.

Yes, you could outsource it but if it’s something you’ll be doing again and again like putting JVZoo button code onto your page or configuring a JVZoo funnel then it’s going to cost you a lot of money and time each time you need it doing.

So find out how to do it yourself.

Ask, Google, check YouTube, forums, networks, FAQ’s, support desks, friends, or whatever you need to FIND OUT the information that you need to know.

You’d be more than amazed at the number of people I hear from who are ‘stuck’ and have been for months because they say they don’t know how to do a certain thing…

..yet it only takes my support people TEN SECONDS to find a link to a YouTube video that walks them through that very information!

It’s crazy.

It’s lazy too.

If you need information find it.

You’ve got the internet. If you’d started a business 50 years ago it’d be a damn sight harder than it is now.

Research is a skill. Learn it.

THREE: Too much focus on the internet and not enough on the marketing

 Internet Marketing IS just that – selling stuff on the net.

It’s not a ‘thing’ in itself. It’s a WAY to selling something.

So it’s not a product – you’ll need one of those.

It’s not a sales letter or video – you’ll need one of those too.

Nor is it traffic. You’ll need to sort that aspect of your business out too.

Once you get that fact sorted out in your head you’ll be fine. But you need to really get it.

Took me a while to realize that pretty much  ALL the aspects of running a ‘normal’ business – from lead management through to making sales – were applicable to an internet business too

Sure, an online biz can be cheaper to set up than a shop or warehouse (all you need is a website) but when it comes to getting eyes on your product and then convincing the buggers to buy it…

…it’s just like any other form of selling.

So while it’s OK to use fancy software and platforms to make your selling easier or more effective, don’t make the mistake of thinking you’ll make money from that platform or software alone.

You won’t.

And then there’s one of MY main faults – tinkering with stuff.

There’s nothing I love more than installing a new plugin, bit of script or subscribing to a new service and spending days messing about with it.

The only problem is I’m a crap techy and I spend far too long doing something that is unproductive when I should be doing something to move my business forward.

I’ve managed to discipline myself only ever to get outsourcers to do stuff like this now, but I know people who spend their entire time online messing about with things like this and it means their business will never progress.

Focus on your business. Focus on what brings in the MONEY, NOT the internet side of things.

I know it’s much more fun installing a new blog theme or messing about with that new plugin you bought…

…but that’s NOT internet marketing, that’s just internet 🙂

And it doesn’t bring the money in.

So focus on what DOES.

If you found this helpful and informative, there are nine more  – no optin, 100% free, short, to the point reports like this – CLICK HERE

How I added THOUSANDS to my monthly income by fighting against an accepted marketing law

Is Pareto’s Law putting your business in danger?

You’ve probably heard of Pareto’s law. It states that around 20% of the work you do produces 80% of the results.

So, for example, you may find in your business that 20% of the things you do bring in 80% of the money.

In the past, there’s been a fair old measure of truth in that for my business.

Years ago 20% of the things I did (mainly maintaining my continuity programs) brought in 80% of my income.

Maybe you’re in the same boat?

Do you have a list and find that writing and emailing promos brings in 80% of your income but takes only 20% of your time?

Or perhaps you have 10 AdSense sites but find that just 2 of them bring in 80% of the money?

Either way, it’s an interesting law.

But I’ve changed my mind about the widespread acceptance of Pareto’s Law among internet marketers and I think it should be given a little more thought.

Yes, I know the guy was probably a genius and I’m just some scruffy git living in Yorkshire but everyone can have an opinion right?

It’s CRAZY that most of your income should come from a relatively small percentage of what you do.

Google can wipe out businesses overnight by changing its SEO algorithms and if your pasta is all on one basket (Pareto was Italian) then you can lose it all in one go.

Now hang on because I KNOW that isn’t what Pareto actually meant.

He meant that despite your best efforts you find that only 20% of your hard work yields results.

But I still think it needs investigating and experimenting with if you want your business to be safe.

So here’s what I’ve done…

A while back I put together a pie chart of where my income comes from.

It’s a very interesting exercise and I suggest you do this just to see how your business makes money even if it’s not much

And I found my income mostly comes from the things below (in no particular order) email marketing, continuity, software, coaching, CPA, offline marketing, middleman ventures, selling my own products, passive income from blog and Adsense sites, apps and PLR

…and bits of other stuff here and there

And when I pie charted it out I could see that Pareto’s Law DIDN’T apply to my business any longer

But that’s only because I implemented the technique I’m about to share with you:

What I did was simple.

It was to concentrate my marketing efforts on the income streams that weren’t performing as well as the main ones, and to bring their level of income into line.

Simple yes?

Before I did this I ended up with three main things bringing in the bulk of my income.

I’ve now increased this to seven ‘main’ income streams by concentrating on the ones that performed not as well.

Obviously I made more money into the  bargain too

How so?

Well, the stupidly simple pie chart showed me where to concentrate my efforts.

It gave me focus.

I didn’t neglect the other streams on the chart – I just keep doing what I always do to keep them working – a little outsourcing, some tracking and tweaking and the usual amount of promotion, traffic driving, and advertising.

But instead of creating new products or ideas I concentrated the rest of my free time focusing on the smaller streams and getting them up to the levels of the best

performers.

Bloody Hell, what a difference!

I’m not just talking about the extra thousands it added to my bottom line (although that was very welcome)

Instead, I was gobsmacked that such a simple exercise could result in such a change.

Best of all, these ‘smaller’ streams (which are now larger)have remained on a par with the bigger ones.

More money coming in.

All because I didn’t look at my pie chart and expect to see 20% of my ventures bringing in 80% of the profit.

It’s not inevitable, and as we all know, rules are there to be broken 🙂

It’s a REALLY interesting exercise, and if you have more than one stream of income you MUST try it.

Yeah, I know the above is all very simplistic and compared to Pareto’s work and the contribution it’s barely a pimple on the arse of accepted knowledge.

But I care not a jot, because it added several grand to my bottom line, and I thought I’d share just in case it can do the same for you 😉

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How I Structure The ‘Bread And Butter Part Of My Income…

For quite a while my income was shaky when I first went full-time online.

I’m not talking about the actual amount that came in – I seemed to earn at least the same as the previous month if not a little more each month.

But it felt shaky because I knew that I had to make sales every month to keep it coming, and that’s more stressful than you might think.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s not as stressful as being a coal miner or an emergency room nurse, but it did have its moments

And with one baby and another on the way, I knew I needed some stability financially as quickly as possible.

Remember although it had been a while since I quit my job I was still having to make NEW sales each and every month to keep my income at this level.

And that’s hard work whatever level you’re at.

So I took a step back and looked at the whole internet marketing niche from a very common-sense viewpoint

I could see I needed to build a core income, (or ‘bread and butter’ income as I later called it) that would basically pay my bills and leave me with room to breathe and be creative to build my business.

 I had to find a way to get hundreds of people to pay me on the same date every month so I knew when and how much money I had coming in…

 …and all I would have to do was create fresh content for them each month, NOT have to make new sales, be forced to find new customers or worry about driving new traffic.

 The answer was recurring payments, continuity, subscriptions, membership sites or whatever you want to call it.

 The payment processor (I used Clickbank to start with) was already available to me so I just needed to look round to see what type of product was selling well.

 I did a few day’s research and decided I’d go into the PLR creation business!

Within a month or so I’d built a PLR membership site (I outsourced the creation of the PLR packages)…

Within 30 days my original PLR site had sold out so I built a second one, marketed it in the same way and that one sold out too!

I learned quickly that limiting the places in my PLR membership worked very well in terms of scarcity, and limited each site to 100 people initially.

IMPORTANT: I worked my arse off to sell those PLR places, using all sorts of techniques from mailing my list right through to banners, swapping ad placements, offering $1 trials to my partner’s lists and including affiliate programs to attract more JV partners.

Looking back, one of the other best things I did was to work solidly for two days tracking and collating which selling/traffic method worked the best, and for the following month put all my efforts into THOSE methods alone.

The result was that I had much more than my monthly bills covered by this continuity (around $5400 per month and that increased dramatically as I added more continuity sites) and the stress and pressure of having to make new sales every month lifted like a kid losing his grip on a helium balloon.

$5400 was TWICE the salary I’d dumped to go full-time online BTW 🙂

So that was my method.

Simple and straightforward – just add hard work and mix.

It’s easy to do the same…

Research what content or service people want and make it into a continuity site.

Work your danglies off promoting it in every way you can think of or afford and then spend a solid 48 hours tracking which methods work.

Then work your butt off AGAIN focusing on just those methods.

Finally (and this is a biggie), plug your continuity program into the back end of EVERYTHING you do.

 EVERYTHING!

If you have a sales funnel make sure it’s in there, even if it’s entirely unrelated.

Yes even with unrelated products this does work but track and test it so you know your numbers.

Make sure that every new subscriber who comes onto your list knows about your continuity and are reminded regularly about it.

Create a discount offer and place your ad on your JV partner’s thank you pages in exchange for you promoting their launches

Email your ENTIRE list when you add new content. Tell them about this months’ exciting new content and if they haven’t joined yet tell them that they should.

Make the email appealing enough to pull in new members.

By doing this you’re letting existing members know that there is new content to download but you’re also making the email into a teaser to encourage new members.

If you frame your emails this way it’s really just sales copy 🙂

  1. Q. When is the right time to launch your first continuity site?
  2. A. RIGHT NOW!

As soon as you feel you know even the basics of your internet marketing business, start working on the continuity sites that will make up your bread and butter income.

It’ll take away much of your stress, remove your reliance on having to do launches every six weeks to make money and eventually it will totally remove some of the dependence you have on JV partners and affiliates.

It’s why I don’t need to do launches and why I don’t need affiliates.

It makes you free from needing others

It makes you your own person in a business sense.

Create continuity sites – it makes a HUGE difference.

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One Day Money Memberships

There are two reasons that most newbie marketers never try this:

  1. Because they think it’s somehow unethical (it isn’t)
  2. Because they’re scared. (It’s not scary, it’s easy and exhilarating

I’ve done this myself and have earned literally hundreds of thousands of dollars from it with very little initial work

I’ve mentioned it before although perhaps not this exact method.

OK here we go…

So first you get your idea for your continuity product…

Something like:

How to make money from plugins

How to build a mailing list of 100,000 subscribers

How to build your own Amazon Empire

How to start your own event promotion business

How to build a six-figure local SEO business

…or anything like that which tickles your tackle.

And then you get busy and write (or outsource) the sales page.

Then you busy and write (or record or outsource)the first lesson/’module/video or whatever delivery method you choose

The whole thing takes about ONE DAY if you get started early and work your arse off doing what I call a ‘power day’

Power day?

Well, this is when you dump all distractions and let NOTHING take your eye off the ball.

You focus 100% on getting the job done and don’t stop until it IS finished.

It’s knackering absolutely, but at the end of the day when you have the sales page ready and the first lesson in place you feel like the soap after a women’s volleyball championship 🙂

Because when you’ve got these basics in place you can launch.

You don’t need all the lessons/modules to be in place, you just need to be one lesson ahead of your subscribers.

And here’s the biggie…

AFTER you’ve launched lesson one you can gather all your subscribers into a Facebook group or forum or however you want to set it up and ASK them what they want to see next.

Sure you’ll have some kind of loose structure in mind, but by asking your members what they want to see next you’ll never be short of content ideas AND you’ll keep your refunds low and your retention rate high because they’ll never be disappointed in the content……because THEY chose it.

I’ve run continuity sites like this and the feeling of belonging your members get when you listen to them and provide what they’re asking for it totally priceless.

It makes your continuity incredibly STICKY (high retention rate) which in turn makes affiliates want to promote it.

Here’s the best bit – your original members will feedback to you on what they want to see next right?

Your job is then to stack it up into a DRIP FED course that is delivered automatically to all new subscribers.

When the course reaches its natural conclusion (as they all do) you’ll have a ready to go drip-fed membership that it 100% HANDS-FREE for you and all you have to do is pour new members in the top.

Lovely model takes about a day (initially) to set up and then you have a drip-fed, fully automated course that you just need to pour new buyers into!

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One Day Money Memberships

There are two reasons that most newbie marketers never try this:

  1. Because they think it’s somehow unethical (it isn’t)
  2. Because they’re scared. (It’s not scary, it’s easy and exhilarating

I’ve done this myself and have earned literally hundreds of thousands of dollars from it with very little initial work

I’ve mentioned it before although perhaps not this exact method.

OK here we go…

So first you get your idea for your continuity product…

Something like:

How to make money from plugins

How to build a mailing list of 100,000 subscribers

How to build your own Amazon Empire

How to start your own event promotion business

How to build a six-figure local SEO business

…or anything like that which tickles your tackle.

And then you get busy and write (or outsource) the sales page.

Then you busy and write (or record or outsource)the first lesson/’module/video or whatever delivery method you choose

The whole thing takes about ONE DAY if you get started early and work your arse off doing what I call a ‘power day’

Power day?

Well, this is when you dump all distractions and let NOTHING take your eye off the ball.

You focus 100% on getting the job done and don’t stop until it IS finished.

It’s knackering absolutely, but at the end of the day when you have the sales page ready and the first lesson in place you feel like the soap after a women’s volleyball championship 🙂

Because when you’ve got these basics in place you can launch.

You don’t need all the lessons/modules to be in place, you just need to be one lesson ahead of your subscribers.

And here’s the biggie…

AFTER you’ve launched lesson one you can gather all your subscribers into a Facebook group or forum or however you want to set it up and ASK them what they want to see next.

Sure you’ll have some kind of loose structure in mind, but by asking your members what they want to see next you’ll never be short of content ideas AND you’ll keep your refunds low and your retention rate high because they’ll never be disappointed in the content……because THEY chose it.

I’ve run continuity sites like this and the feeling of belonging your members get when you listen to them and provide what they’re asking for it totally priceless.

It makes your continuity incredibly STICKY (high retention rate) which in turn makes affiliates want to promote it.

Here’s the best bit – your original members will feedback to you on what they want to see next right?

Your job is then to stack it up into a DRIP FED course that is delivered automatically to all new subscribers.

When the course reaches its natural conclusion (as they all do) you’ll have a ready to go drip-fed membership that it 100% HANDS-FREE for you and all you have to do is pour new members in the top.

Lovely model takes about a day (initially) to set up and then you have a drip-fed, fully automated course that you just need to pour new buyers into!

If you found this helpful and informative, there are nine more  – no optin, 100% free, short, to the point reports like this – CLICK HERE