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Traffic Generation, your ticket to freedom! – Part 2

17 Jul

TRAFFIC GENERATION, YOUR TICKET TO FREEDOM!

How to Cash in With Your Own Sales Funnel

Traffic generation is multifaceted, today we’re gonna talk about another technique that will greatly increase your chances of success. It’s a little off the beaten path; but you need to get creative if you truly want massive results.

Chances are at some point, you’ve made a little money as an affiliate recommending a product or service to people and earned a commission every time somebody opted in using your referral link.

If you’ve done this before, you can see that being an affiliate is a quick and easy way to make money; but you’ve probably also realized that the real money isn’t necessarily in being an affiliate, the big bucks go to the ones running the affiliate program.

There’s nothing wrong with that either, it’s how free enterprise works; but what if you had your own sales funnel instead of relying on somebody elses? You’d have hundreds if not thousands of affiliates all working for you (even as an affiliate).

When you create your own funnel you have access to all the leads that run through it, so if the business folds or someone decides to copy what you’re doing and ends up knocking you off the leader board, you can just regroup and start over.

It’s also a good way to generate traffic for two reasons.

One, it’s extremely effective.

Network marketers often have their own lists and have already built relationships with their subscribers. So when they recommend your program or product to their list, you can expect to see higher than normal conversion rates.

Second, it’s a great way to generate traffic because you don’t pay up front for it, you only pay out in commissions when somebody signs up.

It’s like this, if you took out an ad someplace, you’d have to pay for it first . . . and the amount you paid would be the same no matter how many people actually visited your site; but when you’re paying affiliate commissions, you get to build a customer list, and you only pay commissions on actual sales.

(Are you getting excited yet?)

Because of the unique advantage, if you’re honest, you should be paying as high of a commission as possible to your affiliates and give special consideration to big earners that are producing results.

From time to time you’ll even see smart marketers offering 100 percent commissions like we do. The real money isn’t made on the front end, it’s made during the upsell process. It gives people an inside look so they can decide for themselves. People don’t like to be sold anymore, they like to buy after doing their own due diligence.

Sometimes proposals are made immediately to new customers as one time offers. You can go that route if you’d like to it’s still considered good business practice; but smart marketers put the prospects needs first.

Regardless of what type of traffic generation strategy you use, you’ll wanna stay in touch with existing customers. If you practice attraction marketing principles and give people the freedom to make their own informed decisions, you’ve got a better chance of them getting to know, like and trust you. That’s the goal. When you strike that balance, upsells are pretty easy.

Starting your own affiliate program

So how do you start your own affiliate program, and where do you find affiliates?

If you’re selling a digital product, start up costs are pretty low and it’s easy to get up and running in no time.

You can use Clickbank which does all the tracking for you and cuts the checks to both you and your affiliates. Their fees are a little higher than some of the other solutions out here, but since they handle everything for you, it’s kinda worth it.

The downside is, unless you personally recruit them, you don’t know who your affiliates are unless they actually make a sale. That can get dicey because you want people to be informed and at least making an effort to represent you in a way that is helpful to your long term success.

Paydotcom is a popular affiliate tracking program available to people with a Paypal account. The upside is that you get listed in their market place when you use their service, which is great! The downside is that you’ve gotta pay affiliates yourself each month. I’ve found it to be the practical solution for me personally. You just need to hold payment to affiliates back for a couple of weeks in case anybody wants a refund.

Sidenote: If you don’t care about being listed in the market place and you’re tech savvy (which I’m not), then you might consider running a script on your own site that works in tandem with whatever payment processing system you’re comfortable with.

You could actually get the benefits of all these solutions (like being listed on both Clickbank and Paydotcom), then you can set up multiple affiliate programs. Just make sure that you use different domains or at the very least different landing pages on your website.

In other words, only use one payment processor on a page, you don’t want any affiliate payout confusion.

Recruiting Your Sales Force

Once you’ve set up the affiliate program, the next thing to do is recruit affiliates.

Of course you want proven affiliates who are known to make sales; but don’t limit yourself by getting greedy. Plenty of people will sign up and never even promote their affiliate link. That’s okay though you’re goal is to help others escape the matrix too, to give them the tools and training they need to succeed; but you want to focus primarily on those who take action on their own without coaxing them along.

Babysitting affiliates just cripples their capacity to produce.

It’s kinda like when a butterfly is trying to escape out of the cocoon, if you go and slit it open, it’ll drop to the ground and never learn to fly.

Moving on.

Just being in Clickbank and/or Paydotcom could land you a few affiliates. Getting yourself listed in affiliate directories may help too. Advertising your affiliate program on your own site is a good idea (but not on the sales page, your current affiliates will worry about hijacking and commission theft).

Another way to do it is to “hunt”, to actively look for and recruit affiliates. Write personal emails to them or call them up on the phone to ask if they’d partner with you. I know it’s not popular; but it’s an option. 😉

Just like with joint ventures, you’ve gotta make sure the proposals are tipped heavily in their favor, that you focuses on the their needs first. . . not yours.

With heavy hitters, you might even consider initially giving them full access to your product for free. Most honest people won’t recommend something without using it themselves and since they’re doing you a favor, it would be a huge insult (and pretty short-sighted on your part) to ask ’em to buy your product in order to review it.

You can look for potential affiliates all around your niche. Don’t be afraid to talk to other marketers who have their own products, blogs, sites, newsletters and forums because they’ll probably already have an audience to sell to. Check the market places at Clickbank and Paydotcom to find other authors. Run a search in Google for your niche’s most popular keywords, and just approach the people who hold the top spots on the first few pages (as well as those who are advertising using pay per click).

“Success is the child of audacity”

Keep an eye out for super affiliates on leader boards in other companies. If what you have is truly remarkable, chances are they’ll take a look. Practically every marketer is at least involved an affiliate program at some level, and they can only promote so many products. What’s different about yours? What makes your affiliate program not only different but better than other affiliate programs? Do you have exceptionally high conversion rates plus high commission pay outs? Cool contests?

Make a compelling argument and just ask, it can’t hurt.

And finally, you’ll want to make it as easy as possible for an affiliate to promote. The best ones will likely write their own ads rather than using the cookie approach; but that doesn’t exempt you from providing your downline with the tools and training they’re gonna need like capture pages, swipe copy for email campaigns, ad content and banners that they can use to promote etc.

Some affiliates who won’t directly use your affiliate tools may still use them as a foundation to build their own campaign around. Giving your affiliates these tools saves them a lot of time and heartache. The more time you can save them, and the easier it is to promote your product, the more likely an affiliate will come on board (and stick around).

One more thing.

This may seem extremely obvious, but it’s worth saying anyway: pay your affiliates promptly! If you say you’ll pay in 30 days, then pay in 30 days. Better yet, pay every two weeks or even weekly. Some vendors even choose to pay daily.

Don’t jerk your affiliates around and give them excuses as to why you were even one day late with payments. When the affiliate promoted, they fulfilled their end of the bargain – if you want to fulfill your end, you need to pay promptly, keep your word.

Of course using Clickbank.com makes this point moot because like I said, they take care of your affiliate payments for you. If you might have even a little trouble paying your affiliates on time then use Clickbank.

Part three Coming Soon! 😉

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I’m making them with you my friend. 

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Secrets to Building a Profitable Email List – Part 1

14 Jul

SECRETS TO BUILDING A PROFITABLE EMAIL LIST

Introduction: Your Number One Asset


You might be wondering, “What’s the big deal?”.

After all, it seems like an awful a lot of work to find prospects, get them to opt-into your newsletter or blog, create fresh daily or weekly content to send. Isn’t having your own business about freedom?”

Yes it is; but there’s a secret to building a profitable email list, are you ready? (shhh) It does take a little sacrifice and a bit of effort.

You can’t just send low-grade content and expect them to buy just because you sent out an email. It takes time and it takes attention to detail to do things right. That’s exactly why many marketers never do it.

But that’s a big mistake that hopefully you don’t make.

Building a profitable email list basics

Marketing to your list is one of the most profitable things you can do in this game, that’s what I’m gonna show you how to do in this series.

So why is building an email list a good idea? There are many reasons, but these five are probably the most important:

1) Building a list allows you to reduce the cost of acquiring new customers. No matter what you might think, it’s much, much cheaper to pre-qualify and pitch to one person until they buy than it is to pitch to different people until one of them buys.

2) Building a list allows you to maximize the profit that you generate per customer.

3) Having a list means that you can participate in major launch events. Next time there’s a big launch, you can benefit by being one of the first affiliates to offer the product.

4) Having a list allows you to test your copy. With a captive audience, you can run controlled experiments to test your copy’s conversion rate before you pay to send the same advertisement out to a larger audience.

5) Having a list allows you to bring more to the table in future joint venture partnerships. Rather than simply offering to do part of the product-creation work, you can now offer to market the completed product to your list.

For these five reasons and many, many others, list building is one of the most profitable things you can do as an Internet marketer. Not only will it help you to monetize your current sites better, but it will also open up new avenues for partnership and marketing.

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Traffic Generation, your ticket to freedom! – Part 1

12 Jul

TRAFFIC GENERATION, YOUR TICKET TO FREEDOM!

Joint Venture Secrets

You’ve got a phenomenal website, a stunning product, and a sales letter that could sell a Ferrari to Ebenezer Scrooge!

This is a million dollar recipe right?Maybe; but if you don’t get this part right, you’re wasting your time. Traffic generation is the last, crucial piece of the marketing puzzle; bringing targeted visitors to your website.

If that’s the piece that you’re still missing, this report is for you.In this series you’ll discover the truth about some of the most effective promotional methods; like joint ventures, search engine traffic, viral marketing, and a whole lot more.Plus you’ll also discover the one thing you can do to give yourself an instant pay raise almost any time you want.

Are you ready? Then let’s get started.

Joint Venture Secrets

What do you get when you combine your resources with another business owner’s resources?A joint venture …and one very powerful (free) way to promote your website. These things come in all shapes and sizes, and when you do it right, they’re mutually beneficial ways to get more traffic and sales.

If you want to develop effective traffic generation strategies like this, keep in mind that you have to be looking out for them as much as you expect them to be looking out for you.

Side Note: Although we commonly think of joint ventures as ways to enhance traffic generation, you can also use them to create products together, too.

How you form a joint venture is limited to your own imagination, it’s not that complicated.

For instance, you may wanna:

·Take turns endorsing each other in your newsletters or on your blogs.

· Encourage your new subscribers to sign up for your partner’s newsletter too (and vice versa).

·Swap simple links on your sites for search engine purposes.

·Include each other’s brochures in your postal mailings.

·Offer exclusive discounts and bonus products to each other’s customers or newsletter subscribers.

·Create and market a product together, like a one hour teleseminar.

·Trade articles and place them on your respective blogs or web page.

·Trade links on your download pages and newsletter thank you pages.

·Trade links in your free and bonus reports.

·Trade bonus reports (ensure your report has links leading back to your site).

·Offer each other special deals for promoting one another’s products, such as high commissions not available to anyone else, plus a special offer for customers.

…and anything else that you can think of that would be mutually beneficial.

So how do you do joint ventures?

First of all, start thinkin’ about who you could team up with in your niche.

Stop looking at your fellow marketers as competitors, and start looking at them as potential partners instead.Seriously, some of your best partners will be those who you thought were your biggest competitors.

Next, you need to start building relationships with these people. Helping other people get what they want is the quickest way to get what you want.

Generally that’s the best way to get the attention of a busy marketer, you’re both looking for new traffic generation strategies; but you’re both busy doing other things.

Think about it . . . if they have limited time in the day (like we all do), which emails in their inbox, and which joint ventures, are going to get priority?The ones from people they recognize will catch their eye first, it’s a no brainer; but like I said, you’ve got to be looking out for other people too!

You build relationships by getting the person’s attention, first.That means attending offline seminars, maybe providing income for them by opting to become an affiliate in their business, interacting on their forums and blogs, and just getting out there, becoming known in your niche.

Having said all that, whether or not you actually build a relationship first with your potential joint venture partners or not, the last step is always the same: you need to create an attractive proposal.

When you propose the idea to your potential partner, you focus on what benefits they are gonna receive if they decide to opt in.

You gotta remember, they don’t necessarily care about you.They don’t care about the fact that you want to make more money, drive more traffic to your site, and build your list. When it comes right down to it, all they care about is themselves, their products, their website, and their customers.

Your proposal letter should focus on what’s in it for them, and how their website and customers will benefit.

Will they get more traffic?Will they make more money?Will your partnership help them build their list?Will your offer raise their status in the niche?

Don’t underestimate the benefits of stroking someone’s ego!

Remember . . .you’re essentially writing a sales letter.That means before you even approach your potential partners, you’ve gotta put yourself in their shoes, find out what’s important to them. What makes them tick?What motivates them?

Once you figure out their “hot buttons,” then you can (gently push) encourage them to partner with you. As long as it’s beneficial to them there shouldn’t be an issue.

Most of all remember this (especially when you’re dealing with a partner that has a lot to offer), you need them more than they need you.Just be sure sure to make them an offer they can’t refuse.

The bigger the partner and the more they have to offer, the more you should tilt the deal in their favor.

Auto Recruiting Platform Generating System?

12 Jul

AUTO RECRUITING PLATFORM TRAFFIC GENERATING SYSTEM? –

The Auto Recruiting Platform system may have it’s advantages; but advantages don’t necessarily equate to the massive results that we’re all looking for.

Hi I’m Paul, founder of Skyrocket Success Institute. We’re dedicated to helping online marketers achieve extraordinary results through a dynamic three fold informational platform of education, coaching and community.

“The Auto Recruiting Platform is just one of many..”

Regardless of what you may have heard, no one can guarantee your online success, and neither can any one program. A lot of it has to do with good old fashioned ability, practical, hands-on marketing skills; a lot of it has to do with knowing how to use these products.

The Auto Recruiting Platform is just one of many such systems promising big results; but there’s more to long term sustainability than putting your trust in some program to do the work for you. As you grow as a leader, you’ll need to be able to prove yourself to your team.

See, success out here (especially when it comes to getting traffic) is more than just buying software to recruit people, there’s a science to it. These automated systems have their place, anything that makes our lives easier can be a good thing; but the lifeblood to your company will be in your list.

Like I said, a lot of these automated programs like the Auto Recruiting Platform have their place; but you need to have qualified mentors pointing you in the right direction and the acquired critical marketing skills needed to increase your conversion rate on the other side of the capture page.

 

Mind of a Millionaire

27 Jun

The Mind of a Millionaire –

How do they tick?

The mind of a millionaire is a funny mixture.It mostly depends on where they came from and how they achieved their wealth.I wasn’t born rich; but I plan on being rich so I think it’s important to prepare my mind for the wealth that will inevitably come my way.That may sound crazy and I’m not saying that to brag or to get fresh I just honestly believe it, unless God takes me out of here of course.

It’s not about having a positive attitude, although that’s part of it, it’s just a gut feeling I have.I can’t say, like many millionaires, that it’s something I’ve always known would happen; but I’ve always been a moderately successful entrepreneur, I’ve always known deep down inside that I was meant for more than just a J.O.B (just over broke).

Here’s how wiki defines it an entrepreneur;

“An entrepreneur (Listeni/ˌɒntrəprəˈnɜr/, a loanword from French) is an individual who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on financial risk to do so.

The entrepreneur is commonly seen as a business leader and innovator of new ideas and business processes.[1] Management skill and strong team building abilities are often perceived as essential leadership attributes[2] for successful entrepreneurs. Robert B. Reich considers leadership, management ability, and team-building as essential qualities of an entrepreneur. This concept has its origins in the work of Richard Cantillon in his Essai sur la Nature du Commerce en (1755) and Jean-Baptiste Say[3] in his Treatise on Political Economy.

Psychological studies show that the psychological propensities for male and female entrepreneurs are more similar than different. A growing body of work shows that entrepreneurial behavior is dependent on social and economic factors. For example, countries with healthy and diversified labor markets or stronger safety nets show a more favorable ratio of opportunity-driven rather than necessity-driven women entrepreneurs. Empirical studies suggest that male entrepreneurs possess strong negotiating skills and consensus-forming abilities.

Research studies that explore the characteristics and personality traits of, and influences on, the entrepreneur have come to differing conclusions. Most, however, agree on certain consistent entrepreneurial traits and environmental influences. Although certain entrepreneurial traits are required, entrepreneurial behaviours are also dynamic and influenced by environmental factors. In their cornerstone for contemporary entrepreneurship research paper, Shane and Venkataraman (2000) argue that the entrepreneur is solely concerned with opportunity recognition and exploitation, although the opportunity that is recognised depends on the type of entrepreneur; while Ucbasaran et al. (2001) argue there are many different types contingent upon environmental and personal circumstances.

Jesper Sørensen has argued that some of the most significant influences on an individual’s decision to become an entrepreneur are workplace peers and the social composition of the workplace. In researching the likelihood of becoming an entrepreneur based upon working with former entrepreneurs, Sørensen discovered a correlation between working with former entrepreneurs and how often these individuals become entrepreneurs themselves, compared to those who did not work with entrepreneurs.[4] The social composition of the workplace can influence entrepreneurism in workplace peers by proving a possibility for success, causing a “He can do it, why can’t I?” attitude. As Sørensen stated, “When you meet others who have gone out on their own, it doesn’t seem that crazy.” [4]”

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I used to think of real wealth as something far beyond my reach.To be honest, I never thought that I’d be able to find the right vehicle to get there.I’ve tried a bunch of different things; but never found my niche, until now.

The Empower Network is my new family. I won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.

Anyway, I was poking around today on YouTube and found a really interesting series of videos that I thought I’d share. If you wanna be financially independent always remember this phrase, “Success leaves clues”.

After you finish the series (’cause I know you will if you’re serious about your future), take the test on their website to see if you have million dollar potential!

Mind of a Millionaire part 1

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Programmatic Potential and Algorithms

27 Jun

PROGRAMMATIC POTENTIAL AND ALGORITHMICAL ANALYTICS –

Why it’s important to embrace change

Things are moving so fast in our world today, it’s hard to keep up; but if you’re a marketer or a business person, it’s an essential element to success.

The rise and fall of the giant

The days of the PC are nearly a distant memory, people like mobile. The standard desktop is still part of the equation within office settings, for now, however soon it will fade away into oblivion.

Technology is like that; but it certainly doesn’t stop there.

The internet itself is headed for some sweeping changes, social media isn’t going anywhere. When MySpace first appeared on the scene, everybody rushed to it, hoping it would provide a platform that would give them the ability to virtually sweep in traffic to their respective websites. It did good for a little while, then flopped.

There was so much commercialization and clutter it became more of an ugly nuisance. A lot of times it took forever to pages to load, their decency standards dropped to new lows, Their reputation began to sink and kept going until they became nothing more than another Bandcamp, a place for artists to drop their music, not much of a social network.

Facebook provided more options and was much cleaner, so they started to dominate the market and the rest, as they say, is history.

Comfort drives behavior

We don’t adapt to change real well and once we’ve gotten used to something that provides us with value, we’re hard-pressed to deviate. That’s why Facebook has become such a dominator. We all have our own social networks and historys there. It also gives us the ability to connect with each other in ways never dreamed possible in the past.

It’s more than a forum, it’s more than a social site, it’s Facebook.

Twitter has it’s purpose for blasting out short messages; but Facebook is the place to be. If you’re looking for friends and family members, trying to connect with co-workers or to prospect; most everybody is there, it’s become a friggin icon!

It’s not going anywhere.

The shift to programmatic buying habits

In the very near future the dynamic of what the internet itself represents will be obsolete. It’s kind of a scary thought I know; but it is what it is and you need to be prepared for what’s coming. Staying focused on testing and analytics will get more and more important as time goes by.

The traditional marketing techniques aren’t gonna to produce the results they used to. You’ll need to be real good at finding the right kind of talent to perform specialized tasks, people with specific experience in various skills within the realm of social media, video marketing, psychology and predicting behavior etc.

There are 1.7 billion connected mobile devices for instance. The shift isn’t going to happen, it’s not happening . . . it’s already happened. Like I said, things are moving so fast it’s hard to keep up, and I meant it.

If you’re just paying attention to projected trends from traditional outlets, people that aren’t standing directly on top of modern cutting edge business practices, you’ll be left behind I promise.

Utility based marketing

Another changing dynamic is “utility based marketing”. It’s going to the toy store, wondering what’s in the Lego box, being able to hold it up to a unit that shows you not only what’s in the box; but what can be built and how. It’s Charmin bath tissue creating an app that not only gives you access to coupons but shows you where the nearest clean bathroom is, giving you the ability to rate and review toilets for other people. It’s like 3d interactive direct sales and marketing within the framework of social network utility management and gamification (whew!).

The bottom line is this. Doing business the old fashioned way, is dead. Doing business tProgrammatic Potential and Algorithmshe way it’s been done for the past 7 years is, dead. Doing business the way it was done just a year ago is nearly, dead.

Staying on top of existing technology is not only essential to the future of your business, it’s a critical component to your survival, now.

Good things come to those who wait; but they get what’s left over from those who hustle.”

-Tracey Walker

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Attraction Marketing Secrets

13 Jun

ATTRACTION MARKETING EXPLAINED –

Stop Chasing People down!

I have a few personal convictions. Some of them are politically motivated, some of them are spiritual. At times I feel constrained to speak out and I will, most of the the time I just keep it to myself.

Some people may view that as compromise, I see it as giving people the freedom to think for themselves without my intruding into their personal lives.

In America we have the option to form our own opinions, we have the liberty to think for ourselves.

When I first started out hanging around social networks and forums, I saw it as a platform or a virtual soapbox. It gave us all, young and old, American or otherwise, the ability to speak about important issues, to people all over the world that we may or may not otherwise meet in person.

It was empowering!

Well, once the dust settled and everybody got comfortable, the dynamics changed. People that frequent sites like Facebook nowadays for instance, typically connect with others who are like minded and already have their own message so you’re basically just preaching to the choir if you know what I mean. Unless you reach out to people with differing viewpoints you’re just a little fish in a big pond, it’s not much of a “platform” anymore. In fact if you do attempt to “reach across” the pond to those with differing political or spiritual perspectives you’re more than likely just gonna get chased away.

As such I try to steer clear of negative discussion; but for the sake of example, the other day I had a Facebook meltdown. The Pentagon decided it was inappropriate for our military to read conservative books in uniform, you wanna talk about pissed? I won’t go into much of anything else you can look it up if you’d like; but it sent me reeling!

Guess what? It didn’t do a damn thing but make me feel better for about 30 minutes. I got a few likes, connected with several people who understood my frustration but did it make any real difference? Did it prompt change in Federal policy? Hardly. What it did do is reveal my own negative frustrations. I left the post, it is what it is; but it didn’t help one iota.

If you’re passionate about something don’t ever be afraid to speak your mind, just don’t do it on a regular basis if you’re an attraction marketer.

One more thing, possibly the most important thing of all.

If you’re trying to chase potential prospects or clients rather than just allowing your own confidence in the product/service/training you have to offer, you won’t do anything but push people away. In fact the more you chase them, the further they’ll run (trust me on this). No matter how awesome of a salesman you think you are you’ll just end up frustrated.

Imagine a butterfly resting comfortably, sucking the delicious nectar from the tender bulb of a flower in bloom. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, it’s so happy just sitting there absorbing the nutrients it came to enjoy.

Then here you come running after it with a bucket full of nectar in one hand, clutching a net in the other trying to convince it to get in. That thing would take off faster than you could blink! It would see you coming a mile away!

Now imagine the same butterfly, same beautiful scene and you, sneaking up trying to grab it by it’s wings. It would sit there for a little while, taking in as much of that sweet, tasty nectar it could, watching you out of the corner of it’s..er..eyes just waiting to see what you were gonna do. You may trick it into trusting you just long enough for you to grab it; but it’s doubtful.

If you did get it, the only thing on it’s mind would be trying to escape.

That’s not how sales is done.

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