About this course
$100,000 a year seems like a lot of money, but let's put it into a different perspective...
How many items do you need to sell in order to make that much money?
Here are some examples of the breakdowns, find the one that fits you best.
I could list more variations of these with different price levels and there can be combinations, but I think you get the idea.
As you can see, you only need somewhere around 1,000 fans to make a living in a business, not considering taxes. The number 1,000 is not absolute. Its significance is in its rough order of magnitude.
A thousand customers to shoot for isn't an unrealistic goal, even when you are new. If you added one new fan per day, it’d only take a few years to gain a thousand.
This also means that you don't necessarily need a large niche. With the internet, the most obscure under-selling book, song, or idea, is only one click away.
You probably heard about the sum of obscure long-tail keywords having more volume than head keywords. Similarly, eBay, Amazon, Netflix, etc, noticed that the total sales of *all* the lowest selling obscure items would equal or in some cases exceed the sales of the few best selling items.
Therefore you don't even need a large niche to make a hundred thousand dollars. Even if only one out of a million people were interested in your product, that’s potentially 7,000 people on the planet.
The thing is, the big corporations are not equipped to connect with small niches of people. That means the long tail is wide open to you.
Now let’s get your product out there to make you money!
You only need somewhere around 1,000 fans to make a living in a business, not considering taxes. The number 1,000 is not absolute. Its significance is in its rough order of magnitude.
The most important part of your business has nothing to do with your product. It has nothing to do with creating content or getting traffic...
The good news is - there are 13 main Business Models that are consistently proven to work.
Now tell me if you've heard this one before... "In order to make money with your blog, you first need to build up a lot of traffic."
But, what if I told you that traffic does NOT have to precede monetization?
That you DON'T have to blog your face off building up your traffic to 30,000 page views before you have a shot of any monetization?
There are two main ways to build a profitable blog. They both have a different time frame.
Affiliate marketing is one of the most popular, but most misunderstood business models. It also makes up an important portion of your blog income. There is a way to sell without selling. There is a way to sell through your blog posts. And through your emails.
Successful, profitable blogs have native products you can buy directly on their site. It doesn't need to take months to create a product.
Successful marketers understand the need to identify an audience with specific goals, dreams, hopes, problems and challenges. They then assist them in solving their problems and achieving their goals.
How long does it take to start getting traffic and make money with your site? Honestly, with the right strategy it shouldn't take longer than a couple of months.
There are two ways to build a profitable blog. The first one is recommended when you have a lot of resources.
When you are on your own, you have to take a different approach. You don't have enough time to keep writing blog posts, promoting them in Facebook groups, pin on Pinterest, write guest posts, do your day job and spend time with your family...
The success of a campaign largely depends on copywriting. But how do you do it if you are not an expert copywriter?
If you spend time publishing blog posts, you should at least get traffic out of it. That's why keyword research is vital.
I don't know about you, but I had 10 out of 50 blog posts that were bringing in traffic. How you can take your existing blog posts and update them to start getting traffic?
Link building is one of those subjects that are hard. Spamming others with messages or begging them for links isn't the way to go. There is a way to make it less painful.
Even though you need to overcome a mental barrier, creating your first product is super easy.
Despite your beliefs, a product doesn't sell itself. The offer sells the product. Find out how to construct the irresistible offer.
We have seen that offers sell the product. You present your offer on a sales page. The first thing your sales page needs to be able to do is smooth out the objections of the prospective buyer.
There is a great system to collect these objections and build them into your offer.
Your story is your message, therefore it's really important in terms of the results that you're going to get enrolling clients, your ability to market online.
Now that you have all this data, you create your sales page. There are certain proven elements a sales page has to contain. I will walk you through these elements.
The way you lay your site out and even your menus greatly influence your conversions and sales. Find out how you can optimize for greater conversions.
In the last few years the major factor that changed on the subject of sales is that you need to get into a conversation with your potential buyers. It's not just "Read it, read it, buy it" any more, but the interaction is two-way.
Creating webinars doesn't require a lot of software or tools. In fact, it only takes 3 simple tools.
This content has been moved to the Effective Email Marketing course.
You have built your product, your email funnel. Now what?
Hint: The answer is NOT writing 100 new blog posts and promoting them on social media all day.
Find out what the 11 factors are that you need to get right if you want to sell your products.
This could be the main reason people don’t respond to your follow-up email offers. It could be why they don’t convert into leads and sales on your landing page.
Is it possible to sum up persuasion in a single sentence?
Setting a price for your product is a HUGE source of confusion to most first, and even tenth time entrepreneurs ...
There are typically SIX (6) key Calls to Action in your Marketing Funnel, but they are not created equal. When you optimize, it makes sense to work on the one that gives you the biggest ROI.
Before a visitor becomes a customer, they calculate if taking the action you want them to take (i.e. BUY) will cause them to be in a state of risk that is Higher or Lower than their Risk Threshold.
For your customers, with every purchase comes RISK that the product doesn’t work for them as promised. When you remove the risk, you increase the number of people that are ready to buy what you sell.
An upsell is when you get the customer to purchase a more expensive version of your product.
It’s all about getting a high Click Through Rate (CTR) on your ads.