Your gift for today is a short video training that will give you 5 proven strategies for hosting a webcast when your content-maker seems to be out to lunch.
Grab it here ==> http://tbmgo.com/webcastfun.htm
Leave me a comment and let me know which method you’re going to try first!
How would you like to get tons of resources that you’d normally have to spend thousands of dollars on?
All at no cost to you?
I hooked you up
There are two — count ‘em 2 — JV giveaways going on right now with some pretty incredible products. Seriously.
WordPress plugins, software, courses, ebooks – people are sharing some of their best stuff, so grab what you need and take action!
Giveaway Number 1 ==> http://tbmgo.com/maxrpm.htm
Giveaway Number 2 ==> http://tbmgo.com/superim.htm
Nothing to pay, just another gift for our advent celebration!
This advent thing is kind of cool, huh?
By the way, if you want to learn to build your list using JV Giveaways, leave me a comment below and I’ll add you to the list of people I help personally with this strategy.
Today’s gift is more incredible training from the Genesis Labs team (that would be Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins).
If you watched their first video you learned:
- Model Success
- Don’t Sell
- Content at the Speed of Thought
- Customer Dream Scenario
But this new one is my favorite because it gives me permission to be wrong…finally, being wrong can be good for something!
Grab the gift here ==> http://tbmgo.com/genesisgift.htm
So Day 4 (overwhelmed yet?)…
I’m excited because I finally get to share with you this video revealing a killer new strategy for tapping into a new highly profitable secret source of FREE traffic…
The cool part is, this strategy is still so underground, not even the SEO Pros know about it.
It’s just like the good old days all over again, where you could land easy front page rankings, for killer keywords, with very little work…
Like all good things, you have to get in first…
Let me know what you learn from the video (just leave a comment below). I can’t believe how true the statement is: the more things change, the more they stay the same!
(OK, Tuesday’s gift was supposed to be an invitation to participate in Tech Tuesday, but since I didn’t click Publish…well, here’s something different for you to enjoy!)
Marketing your business on Facebook can sometimes seem overwhelming because of the sheer volume of messages trying to grab the attention of your prospects. The truth is, you don’t have to have some secret ninja power or a team of experts doing the work for you, you only need the right mindset and consistent action.
In this powerful inner circle training, my associates share with you the exact strategies they use every single day to influence a tribe using Facebook.
Here’s the link to gift #3 ==> http://tbmgo.com/fbi.htm
After you watch the training, leave me a comment and let me know what you’re going to change in your Facebook approach.
Have you gotten fed up with everyone telling you how easy it is to make a fortune online?
It’s no fun buying product after product and seeing no results.
Unfortunately, you’ve been lied to. It NOT easy. But it is simple.
So what’s the difference?
When you follow proven systems and see consistent results as you take one step at a time, that’s simple. But those steps might challenge the heck out of you, so it’s not easy. You’re going to have to take some uncomfortable actions if you want to succeed in business. Period.
OK, so for today’s gift, I’d like to share with you one of the SIMPLE principles every internet marketer needs to understand: thou MUST build a list of responsive prospects and customers who WANT to hear from you!
The best way I know for you to learn this is to learn it from someone who has a list of raving (maniacs) fans, so today’s gift is a class taught by Andy Jenkins and Mike Filsaime at Genesis Labs. I think 2 guys who have the attention of a quarter of a million people can probably help you understand list building, no?
Here’s the link to your gift ==> http://tbmgo.com/genesisgift.htm
This is a FREE lesson, so take advantage of it now!
Today’s gift is something I put together that can be used for pretty much any market. These were created by me, for you, so enjoy!
Click Here to get Gift #1: 10 Infographic Templates to Help You Create Killer Infographics for Any Market
It really helps if you actually click “Schedule” instead of “Save Draft”. I apologize, I’m getting started late, so you’ll see 4 posts (that means 4 prezzies!) today.
As we enter the season of giving for 2013, I thought it would be fun to share an old tradition I followed when my kids were small: Advent gifts.
According to Wikipedia:
Advent is a season observed in many Western Christian churches as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. The term is an anglicized version of the Latin word adventus, meaning “coming”.
Advent is the beginning of the Western liturgical year and commences on Advent Sunday. The Eastern churches’ equivalent of Advent is called the Nativity Fast, but it differs in both length and observances and does not begin the church year, which starts instead on September 1. At least in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Moravian, Presbyterian and Methodist calendars, Advent starts on the fourth Sunday before December 25, which is the Sunday between November 27 and December 3 inclusive.
For 2013, Advent starts today, December 1st, and goes through Christmas Eve.
Of course, it’s easy to come up with gifts for little ones – a small piece of candy, a tiny trinket, a holiday ornament – children are easy to please when you make the event special.
Once we grow up, however…well, not so much.
So after a month of blood, sweat and tears (just kidding, there was no actual bleeding involved), I present to you:
An Internet Marketer’s Advent – Breakthrough Marketer Style
That’s right, 24 days of gifts, a little bit of craziness, and a world of appreciation to say thank you for trusting me with your time and attention.
It’s time to build up the momentum so 2014 is the best year yet.
Click Here to get Gift #1: Infographics – Share Your Message Visually/
Today I want to share something that has nothing to do with using tools to get your message online. Instead, this message has to do with formulating your message. This is a message from one of my mentors, Les Brown, that can totally transform your point of view. Turn off the phone, shut down the social media, lock the door, and watch every minute of this message. Then decide how you’re going to apply these principles to your life right now.
Craigslist is one of the most popular online classified advertising sites, and it can generate a lot of sales for your business if you approach it with the right focus. And, just like with all of your internet marketing, that focus is on the customer or prospect.
Craigslist offers a wide open marketplace for your to offer your products. There are categories for just about every niche, and for every one of those categories, there are people visiting Craigslist to find a good deal.
When you advertise your products and services on Craigslist, keep these 6 simple rules in mind:
Craigslist users are looking for a bargain. Advertise something of high value for a low price as an entry level offering. Then use good customer service to follow up with your customers and bring them even more value with additional products.
Craigslist users respond to ads with high quality images. Create clear images that graphically represent not only the product itself but also the benefit the customer will gain after using the product. Put a call to action directly on your images and link the images to your website.
Craigslist users are presented with thousands of offers every day. Set up your ads to draw attention. Use special characters in the title and entice the user to click on your ad with curiosity-generating and direct response copy.
Craigslist users browse categories. Always publish ads in the correct category, but don’t limit yourself! Be creative, brush up on your copywriting skills, and write several different versions of your ads so they fit in multiple categories.
Craigslist users search for products. Use keywords in both the title and description of every ad you post on Craigslist. Be sure your images are named with keywords and include alt text. Whenever possible, wrap the keywords in a strong benefit statement.
Craigslist users expect a fast response. Many prospects will send you an email directly from Craigslist, even when your call to action tells them to visit your website. If you are not able to respond within a very short period of time, set up your ads with an autoresponder email address so they know you want their business. Even then, you need to respond quickly or they will go elsewhere.
Craigslist gives you another avenue to introduce your products and services to prospective customers, so be sure you understand and follow all of their terms. In all cases, follow up with your new prospects and start building that long-term relationship.
If you’d like my special report of 250+ Special Characters you can use to grab attention with your Classified Ad titles, leave a comment below and share what you learned, and I’ll send it to you right away.