Saturday, April 21st, 2012 at
Many of the top courses on creating Warrior Special Offers advocate creating WSOs only when you know that they’re on an area for which other Warriors want to spend a lot of money.
That seems perfectly sensible at a glance. You want to give yourself the maximum potential to make a lot of sales and to get super affiliates on board. That also means you having the greatest likelihood of getting WSO Of The Day and making serious money.
Recently, I launched Warrior Forum Pizza – a product which I didn’t expect to make massive numbers of sales. That would seem counterintuitive to the common WSO advice. And yet, I’m still very happy that I launched this product and demonstrated that I could “Think Outside The Pizza Box” (a phrase that I loved and pulled from a Jeremy Gatica testimonial). Read the rest of this entry
Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 at
Many marketers don't use the technique of making affiliate sales enough to add value to their business. This is a powerful technique, regardless of what niche you're in.
You can add affiliate links inside your projects, or on your download page. This gives you an extra source of income for any product that you sell, with no more work required once this is set up.
And, once you've established a mailing list, you can send out details of products that you recommend that are monetised by your own affiliate link.
In this blog post, I'm going to present to you a simple strategy, that needs only take seven minutes, which will add more sales when you mail about an affiliate product. Read the rest of this entry
Saturday, December 10th, 2011 at
Last time, I posted to show how beginners could get started using Private Label Rights reports for profit.
This time, I want to look at another area which beginners struggle with (but, even experts should get some ideas here). And, this is about how to sell a Warrior Special Offer for profit.
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Tuesday, November 1st, 2011 at
The idea for this blog post stemmed from a message I received from a purchaser of one of the 10 Buck PLR range of products. They were happy with the high quality of the product and liked the potential that the PLR offered them, but weren’t really sure what to do with the PLR. Thinking about it, I’m sure that there are many people buying Private Label Rights products for the first time every day, looking to do something with it, but not sure quite how to get started.
In this blog post, I’m going to show a quick method to get started with PLR and to set this up so it can make sales for you. It’s a process I’ve personally used with great success, but more importantly, it’s possible to follow without a great deal of Internet Marketing experience. Most importantly, if you follow this process, you’ll be doing more than many PLR sellers to differentiate yourself in the marketplace. Although this is aimed at people who are new to PLR, more experienced marketers may still get a few ideas, and you can feel free to share your own ‘refinements’ in the comments section after the post. Read the rest of this entry
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 at
The Amazon Kindle is easily one of the top inventions of the past 10 years. A portable device which I can carry around with me, containing an entire library, and which will let me easily read my books wherever I go. Plus, I can read the latest heavy hardback books without needing to develop new arm muscles to hold the books up. It’s a design miracle.
Whilst a lot has been said about the marketing opportunities for selling books on the Kindle (and those are great opportunities), there’s another option which has been quietly passing people by. That’s about developing simple games for the Kindle which will work well on the monochrome screen and operate within the Kindle’s e-ink screen refresh rate. Read the rest of this entry