Money Making Ideas | for action takers and money makers
Mar 22

How to create a product with sales page in one hour

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails


Yes, I’m a mind-reader (which drives my husband crazy), and I know what you’re thinking: It’s simply not viable to create a product and write a sales page in 60 minutes.

And yet, it is. Alessandro Zamboni has done it several times, and he has $999 as a proof it works as well as more than 1,230 new subscribers.

I’m green with envy!

I’ve created cheatsheets myself, both as a product and as bonuses, and they worked, but I had no idea they worked THAT well. Wow!

If you would like to know how to create those successful cheatsheets yourself, then you’ll love that Alessandro put together a guide that shows it.

In the 46-page PDF guide you’ll discover:

  • How you can find profitable topics to cover in your cheatsheets.
  • Which content you should add (and it’s mostly find, copy, and paste, all very ethical).
  • How to get traffic to your cheatsheet.
  • How to make sure affiliates will find it interesting, which means more sales, more profit, and more subscribers.
  • The free tool you can use to create your cheatsheet easily and in the right format.
  • How to write your sales page in 30 minutes.
  • Where to set up your cheatsheet and get the oh-so-important buy-button.

This is very beginner-friendly, and you can do this whether or not you have a list already.

You’ll be making money AND building your list at the same time. That means more money in the long run.

Grab “Cheatsheet Empire” here

Mar 20

How to get a 100% opening rate of your emails

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

True story: When I wrote my computer tips and tricks in Danish, I often had higher than 100% opening rate.

Sometimes it went down to around 80%. Then I would send my list a mail, tell them how much time I spent on writing those tips, and threaten to stop mailing.

It worked, every time 😉

But what do you do, if you can’t threaten your list to open your mails? Here’s a short list:

  1. Pay your subscribers $1 for each mail they open.
  2. Only send mails to family and friends, who long to hear from you.
  3. Kick out everyone who don’t open your emails.
  4. Use SIBOC the magical email template.

While the first three tips will work, I’m not sure they are in your best interest. Tip #4, on the other hand, is worth gold. And money. You won’t get a 100% opening rate, though. My own latest record is 38%, and with a niche standard around 10%, I’m happy with that result.

Check it out here

Mar 19

How to get a review copy even from the most arrogant vendors

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

When I started out with affiliate marketing, I had a huge advantage: I wrote books for IDG Books.

I used that without shame to get review copies of expensive software and courses. Wonderful 😉

But what about you?

What if you don’t have that kind of leverage?

And why would you need a review copy at all?

Not because it’s free

If you think it’s good to get review copies, because it saves you some money, you’re where I was when I started.

Ha! 😀

And you would be wrong. Sure, it’s good to get a product for free, but trust me: In a few years you’ll think, “oh, no, another review access? Oh my gosh, I wish I could outsource this.”

Yeah, the free products are nice, but they are there for another reason than for you to save money. They are there to get better at reviewing them AND (here’s the real important part) tell your followers about them, so you can make a commission.

Sure, you can buy the products, but that means that you’ll have to wait until everybody else can buy. It won’t give you the advantage of being able to review it and have your review ready for when the product launches.

Anyway, some vendors are really stupid

I’ve met a few of those. They guard their precious review copies as if their lives depended on keeping them to themselves. That’s stupid, and they make fewer sales. But what do you do, if you really, REALLY, really want to promote such a product?

You use the method Lenny Rowell shares in his training. I’ve used some of this points in the past, but I learned a few new methods as well. It’s great.

Affiliate Takeover is more than that, though

The training is a complete system, great for new affiliates without a list. It will show you how to find the best products to promote, those with the best conversion. And how to get a review copy, how to review the product, and how to get traffic and sales. It will even tell you how to build your list, which should be your end goal, always.

The videos are short, clear, well-done. No coffee-slurping, no coughing, no sniffing or sneezing. Great videos. Pleasant to watch. Lenny has put a lot of work and passion into this product. It’s great.

But I’ve already written enough as it is, so I’ll send you directly to the sales page. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.

Otherwise get more details here

Mar 17

Nefnef’s face swell up

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

We had dinner, and Nefnef licked our plates as usual, when my husband, Cyril, noticed that one of her eyes looked swollen.

Hm… nah, maybe not after all. But soon after there was no doubt. Her right eye and right side of her muzzle plus a little of her left side were swollen. And she was itching, the poor dog.

It scared me. I had no idea what caused it. Curry in our food? No, she’d had that before. An insect that had stung her? Maybe. We decided to call the vet if she wasn’t doing better today at noon.

Fortunately she was. But such a scare is horrible.

Health, pets, children aren’t the only things that can cause a scare. Most people are afraid of public speaking, and even writing emails can be scary.

Back in 2004, when I reached my first 100 subscribers, I suddenly got scared… I got over it, learned, kept learning, and now I’m sharing what I know with others.

For a limited time you can get my latest ebook about emailing for a very low introductory price.

It will help you over the hurdle most people have of getting started writing their emails. And it will give you a template you can use and tweak and make your own. It has helped my open rate to go above 28% and raise my conversion, too.

You can use it, even if you don’t have a list yet. Just put your “emails” on Facebook or GooglePlus or at other social sites.

This will make writing emails a safe area for you. You’ll feel certain of what you’re doing, even if you’re new to it.

Get the time limited offer here

Mar 16

Insulted and kicked off 2,000 subscribers

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

I’m more moderate these days 😉 I delete subscribers who haven’t opened or clicked a link in a mail in six weeks.

Back, when I started out around year 2000, I once made 2,000 people unsubscribe, because my auto-responder kept sending the same message. 18 times was the record, ouch.

Another time, I didn’t know how AWeber’s system worked, so I raged against those who marked my mails as spam and told them to unsubscribe. That resulted in a lot of unsubscribes from people who felt insulted.

Then, of course, there were the numerous different forms and shapes of my mails… All that learning and experimenting is good, but often expensive. It costs sales and unsubscribes.

Where am I today? Still learning. I’ll always be learning. I pay at least $100 per month to stay updated with the latest psychology and tips about email marketing. It’s my passion. I love it.

Today, I’m sharing an email template I came up with a while back.

It did WONDERS to my opening rate (29% in one niche, always way above 20% in all niches) and to my conversions.

I call it the SIBOC template, because that will help you to remember the five main points to add to your mails. Of course, if you don’t have a mailing list yet, you can use the same structure on Facebook or other (ethical) social media places.

For a limited time you, as a loyal subscriber, can get this template with full explanations in a PDF ebook for only $9.96.

And if you need a product to sell yourself, you can buy Private Label Rights with the ebook for only $19.96.

This is crazy cheap, so I’ll raise that latter price Sunday 11am EST to $27.96.

For your eyes only

Mar 15

Wow, I really liked this

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

When I mailed Monday about the ANTILaunch product, I’d only had time to skim the introduction and the content.

Now I’ve seen all the videos in it (7 videos lasting between 5 and 10 minutes) plus the advanced course (6 videos, same length), and I must say that I’m impressed.

Pat Flanagan gives away so much information, and even though you might know a thing or two about selling products already, I think you will get a lot from this. I did. And I’ve been selling products online since 2002.

The videos are brief, high quality, and clearly explained.

Take a look here (timelimited offer)

Mar 13

Launch manager confirms what I’ve said: don’t launch

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

As you know, I’m a vendor as well as an affiliate myself, so I see both parts of that world.

Lately, I’ve won two affiliate contests, both netting me a nice sum of $250 each, but… so far I haven’t been paid, and I don’t think I will be either.

These two young guys listened to the wrong people. They were told, “Do a launch. Offer a no-sales-limit contest. Build your list, and make money.”

But the truth is that very few launches turn into the six-figure adventures the gurus boast of. Sure, theirs do, but for small fish vendors like us? Forgetaboutit.

Therefore, I found it refreshing to see a product coming from a launch manager I knew, telling you not to make launches.

Pat Flanagan tells you instead in the ANTILaunch Plan what you can do, and the first of those five strategies is something everybody can do right now to get sales.

You’ll also get a case study that shows how Pat made $4,260.07 in sales over New Year’s Eve weekend, when traditionally people aren’t buying. You’ll see everything he did, including his stats so you can get inspiration yourself. This was a totally unplanned thing he did in a single morning.

Personally, I bought it because Pat assured me it was both for inexperienced and more experienced product creators. I also bought the first upsell, which consists of four more strategies that can really help getting even better results from what you learn in the main course.

Check out this time limited offer here

Mar 10

Could you use a little cash?

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

A few years ago, when article marketing was hot, a marketer made a weekend offer: A bundle of all his article marketing products for $200.

I didn’t have $200.

But I had a few products 😀

So I made my own bundle, told my list why I needed money and then made this offer, and waited.

That offer made me $300, so I was happy and bought the article marketing product.

But what do you do if you need cash and don’t have a product?

You go for upfront cash, of course 🙂

And here’s how you do that

Mar 09

Could you use a little cash?

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

A few years ago, when article marketing was hot, a marketer made a weekend offer: A bundle of all his article marketing products for $200.

I didn’t have $200.

But I had a few products 😀

So I made my own bundle, told my list why I needed money and then made this offer, and waited.

That offer made me $300, so I was happy and bought the article marketing product.

But what do you do if you need cash and don’t have a product?

You go for upfront cash, of course 🙂

And here’s how you do that

Mar 08

He who is wolf is wolf

By Britt Malka | Daily Emails

Every Thursday, my husband and I listen to the Israeli top 20, and at the top right now is an interesting song.

The text is simple. It says that he who doesn’t sleep, doesn’t dream. And he who doesn’t dream, gets angry. And the angry stay angry.

Then it goes on to talk about he, who doesn’t eat, starves. And he who starves, becomes a wolf.

He who is wolf is wolf.

Something primitive happens to us if we don’t have our needs covered. That’s why so many people (wrongly) assume that it’s good to have a job.

They think it offers them safety. And it does. Until they are laid off.

But what about working for yourself?

It’s definitely not easier. You face other challenges, but it’s much more agreeable to work for yourself than to work for somebody else.

You decide when you want to work, and when you don’t, and herein lies the danger.

Check out here how you survive working from home

Password Reset
Please enter your e-mail address. You will receive a new password via e-mail.