Sunday, March 31st, 2013 at
One trend that I'm hearing more and more about, is that of marketers who are "firing" their Internet Marketing customers.
By firing, I mean that these marketers are using whatever methods are necessary to prevent those customers from buying from them again. Most marketing product sales systems have some type of Blacklist option, for instance, both WSO Pro and JV Zoo offer this, for WSO sellers, and that adds those customers to a list of people who cannot buy and receive future products. Read the rest of this entry
Monday, March 18th, 2013 at
I've used lots of different systems and processes to sell information products over the years, and one of my current projects is building up my product line using JV Zoo.
There are a few reasons why I've chosen to do that, and I want to share them with you in this blog post. Read the rest of this entry
Friday, February 1st, 2013 at
What works best? Short or long blog posts?
I've tried both, and I want to share with you my thoughts.
At the end, let me know if you agree. Read the rest of this entry
Saturday, December 29th, 2012 at
The market for Private Label Rights content, that is content that can be edited and sold as if you wrote it, seems to have become stagnant. Although there are some big players who are doing well, most of the sales are based around the Internet Marketing niche. This stagnated market seems to be particularly the case for PLR videos.
Where PLR exists for other niches, it tends to be of a basic type – whether it’s a guide for beginners showing them how to train their dogs, or to get six pack abs. Sometimes, this can be seen converted into videos, but even then they tend to become much of a slideshow type variety, really just converting the written word into a visual medium. Read the rest of this entry
Sunday, October 21st, 2012 at
When you're looking to outsource anything online, whether as simple as collecting data for an administrative task, or as complex as having sales copy written, it's important to structure this in a manner than provides you with value for money.
One of the largest challenges is to decide what kind of pay regime is most appropriate? You want to be thinking about the way which is financially most appropriate for you.
You can often think about this as being based around the size of the job. I like to classify these as either small jobs or large jobs. I might be quite happy to group several small jobs together. However, for a large job, I might want to try and split that into several smaller jobs in order to distribute the work and get the task completed faster.
There is then the option of paying for the job upon completion, or instead paying on an hourly rate based on the amount of time that your worker spends on the job. Personally, I prefer to pay by the job, since I don’t usually have enough work to keep someone in continual employment. However, you may find that you can get better rates paying longer term and based on the hours worked. Read the rest of this entry