You’ll want this link in a moment: http://malka.im/e/epfvideo1
It’s late already, when I’m writing these lines to you.
I went down with a migraine last night. It doesn’t happen often anymore, but it happens. This one wasn’t that bad, but I’m only just beginning to be able to think and watch the screen.
I got some things done already, spent some money, LOL, and have learned a few things.
Let me share them with you…
I’ve known Sara Young since 2010, where she came out with Easy Paycheck Formula.
Even though I’d been an Amazon associate since 1998, it was the first time I ever made money there, thanks to that guide.
She’s created a video that shows her formula for making money online with free means and on auto-pilot. Once the system is set up, it keeps running.
I know this to be true, because the blog post I made in 2010 still brings me money.
Even if you have no intention of buying her Easy Paycheck Formula 2 later on, you should go and watch the video.
You can learn a lot from it, and judging from the comments below, people love it.
It will only stay up for seven days, so you’d better watch it now: => http://malka.im/e/epfvideo1
Obs! You’ll enjoy the video, even if you have the product. Because it’s very motivating and inspiring.
One person in a Facebook group I’m member of, came out with a very cool little e-book about how you can put interactive tags on pictures.
You know how pictures go viral… And you’ve probably noticed that Facebook and other places like that have more pictures than text.
He discovered a service that lets you add clickable links and tags to pictures. That way, when people share your pictures, they will carry your tags and links.
I see this as a very useful thing as an affiliate.
Take a look at his book – it’s not very expensive: http://malka.im/e/ssi
Oh, and he has a typo on page 5 in the URL on top. It’s without the “s” at the end.
My husband and I have been running membership sites since the early 2000s.
So as you can imagine, we’ve been through a lot of different scripts and ways to send content to members.
I’ve written reviews of several membership site scripts (and definitely told the harsh truth about one of them), and although I was pretty happy with the one we have now, it had some flaws.
For one thing… it wasn’t good at drip feeding. It didn’t have that function. You could get around it, but it took work.
And it could only handle payments from PayPal.
This meant that when I ran the WSO on JVZoo, then I had to manually create memberships for those who chose the one time offer afterwards.
That was clumsy and meant that people should wait for me to get online to get them inside.
Yesterday, I found a possible solution, and I nearly killed my husband, because I said to him that I wanted to buy it, and that it “costed $67 during seven days”.
Seven times $67??? He said, and wondered why I had hesitated before giving him 20 euros to move a World of Warcraft character.
No, no, I said. For seven days, you can get it for $67. After that, it’s $167.
But I had a few questions I needed sorted out before I purchased, and the product creator answered those today. So I bought.
It took me a couple of minutes to install, and it will take 3 minutes to set up the first membership area.
It’s the easiest I’ve ever seen to use!
If you plan to do membership sites sooner or later, grab this now to save you money: http://malka.im/e/membersonic
So I feel like creating a new membership, and that’s how I got this crazy idea…
This idea is totally new, so I haven’t decided whether or not to go ahead with it.
But I thought…
I would create a membership area for only a few people, maybe ten or so. Maybe a bit more.
The price should be ultra-low, like $1 per month, symbolic, and people who join should be action takers.
Then I would share product ideas with you, before they have become products.
The idea would then be to try them out, see if they work, and then I would write the book.
Active members would then get 75% in provision as affiliates, plus the finished product, of course.
Right now, this is only brainstorming, and I don’t know if you would be interested or not.
I just wanted to share my idea.
So you thought this blonde beauty queen, who didn’t know that Turkey was a country and not just a meal, was stupid?
How about this French newspaper then?
You’ve probably heard a thousand times that “the money is in the list”, and that’s true, but it’s much more than that.
I’ve told you about it before, but when my main Danish site got de-indexed by Google, if I hadn’t been running a list, I would have gone broke.
Now I had a list, and I could just continue to send them good tips and lead them to my site.
When I started out, I used my email client. Later on, I had a complicated combination of my email client and a perl script and a text file.
I played around with it a lot, and it took time to figure all that out. When somebody suggested AWeber (for $15 per month back then), I hesitated for a year or so. That was a huge amount of money!
So how does a newbie get started?
Today, it’s a lot easier, because there are courses that will teach you email marketing and list building. That was not the case when I started.
You’re in luck 🙂
And last week, I purchased a course called “Elite Email Marketing Academy”, made by a man who makes hundreds of dollars daily with a rather small list.
I like his ethical point of view. There are no “treat them like cash cows” or “let’s just spam them with product promotions”.
No, he teaches things I can agree with, like that you have to give value, and that you have to share tips.
I’m only through the first two modules right now (there are transcripts of the videos for module one, but I only discovered that AFTER having seen them all), but so far I really love it.
If you want to start an Internet business, I think the MOST important place to start is by building a list and getting a relationship with that list.
I suggest you take a look at this product: http://malka.im/e/elitemail
P.S. I might play some World of Warcraft now 😉 What do you do to relax?