How To Sell Simple Products To Make Money And Build A Buyers List

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Links Mentioned:

WarriorPlus

7-Zip

Thrive Content Builder

And here is a copy of the newsletter I sent to subscribers a few days ago:

SUBJECT: WarriorPlus Shutdown

Interesting news this morning…

I logged on to see that Mike Lantz, owner of the WarriorPlus.com affiliate network is shutting down some of its older features including integration with the Warrior Forum:

warriorplus shutdown

2 points on this:

1) This is another nail in the coffin of the Warrior Forum (completely separate and independent from WarriorPlus), my blog post The Death Of The Warrior Forum from last year explains more if you’re interested.

2) The changes from Mike is a great reminder that launching low priced products remains one of the fastest and most powerful ways to build your email list.

And WarriorPlus.com is an EXCELLENT place to get started and learn the ropes.

Basically, you do this:

(1) Create a simple product that solves ONE problem (30 page report, 5 video series, 60 minute audio interview)

(2) Put it on a sales page (I have to plug Thrive Content Builder here which I love and use for nearly everything)

(3) Set up the product in WarriorPlus.Com – free to do

(4) Email potential affiliates in a relaxed laid back way and simple ask if they think your product would be suitable for recommendation to their audience

[NOTE: This is how CUSTOMERS PAY FOR YOUR TRAFFIC – a customer purchases the product and some of that revenue automatically gets sent (by the affiliate network) to the affiliate as a reward for referring that customer]

In the last 3 weeks I’ve made well over 1,000 sales using this exact formula and multiple thousands more over the past few years.

You can too.

It’s that not hard and as always you’ll surprise yourself at just how much you are capable of *IF* you break it down and take it step by step.

If you feel completely intimidated by the above then start with a free offer.

This could be a 1 page cheat sheet, resource list (e.g., cool WordPress plugins or graphics tools), or even be some rebranded Private Label Rights.

You won’t get much traffic with a free offer because there’s no commission available to attract affiliates. But it’ll help you get started and learn the ropes.

It’s a simple, REAL way to get started building a monthly online income.

Even gurus with $10,000+ priced products know the power of this and launch budget “list building” products too. I have premium priced offers and do the same.

Any questions, hit reply and if there are common ones I’ll see if I can do a follow up newsletter to address them.

All the best,

Rob.


Love to hear comments, views and your thoughts – please share and drop a comment below. All the best, Rob 🙂

5 Squeeze Page Secrets

Just 5 little secrets…

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Useful? Love to hear your thoughts, views and questions – all points welcome – please drop a quick comment below 🙂 Cheers, Rob

BIG Google Change (Hidden Agendas)

Did you see the change?

Google has dropped the ads in the right hand side of their search results:

Google-Right-Hand-Side-Ads-ChangesAlso, the maximum number of ads at the top has increased from 3 to 4.

Q: Why?

A: Google says, amongst other things, that the right hand side ads weren’t clicked on much anyway plus it wants to make the search results the same on desktop, tablet and mobile.

Most searches now happen on the latter which obviously doesn’t have a right hand “ad rail” anyway.

Q: Good News or Bad?

A: This is where you have to laugh a bit.

Let’s take the opinions from just 2 very successful marketers in the last 24 hours:

Marketer A: “This is the ‘final nail in SEO’s coffin’ because less natural listings are visible at the top of the search results.”

Marketer B: “GREAT news for SEO – 4 ads at the top mean users have to scroll down to see the natural listings which are more trusted over the ads – so more clicks on pages in the lower ranking results.”

Different views but also different agendas because guess what …

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The Ultimate Headline? (SUPERB Example)

I snapped this on my phone at the weekend:

The Ultimate Headline

Here’s why it’s superb marketing:

1) Social Proof + New
If everyone’s talking about something it MUST be worth knowing, right?

socialproof

But this doesn’t just deliver a huge bolt of social proof, it also implies that this diet must be something new.

And that’s powerful because a common objection to most information products is the prospect thinking, “Mmm, I probably know this already – I’ll bet it’s just the same as XYZ.”

So by subtly implying the information is different/fresh/new we handle this objection right upfront.

2) Biggest Objections Answered
The sub-headline…. Continue Reading →

Fast Tip Friday: I Use This Almost Everyday

It’s Friday and I thought I’d share a little “trick” that I use almost everyday:

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Do you have any shortcuts or tricks of your own that you could share with us? I’d love to hear from you – all comments welcome good and bad, as always! Please do drop a quick comment below… Cheers, Rob 🙂

A Warning About Windows 10 – And Some Other Thoughts

It’s been 7 days since I upgraded to Windows 10.

Here’s a short video with my thoughts on it plus a warning about something you might like to consider after upgrading.

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What do you think? I’d love to hear your thoughts and, as always, all views are welcome. Drop a quick comment below… Cheers, Rob 🙂

Key Takeaways From A Brilliant Blog Post

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You can read the blog post here: http://fourhourworkweek.com/2011/11/02/the-truth-about-abs-mike-geary (Opens in new tab)

Any thoughts, comments, questions are very welcome below. Kind regards, Rob 🙂

The Death Of The Warrior Forum

death of the warrior forumFreelancer paid $3.2 million to buy WarriorForum.com in April 2014.

A year and a bit on, how’s that investment looking?

Not great in my opinion.

Information from Freelancer itself is limited but its 2014 Annual Report (available on the investors section of its website: https://www.freelancer.co.uk/investor#reports) comments on two main things:

(1) “In May 2014 [1 month after purchasing the site] we released Warrior Payments, an all-in-one payment, affiliate and distribution platform for digital products and services”

And…

(2) “In May 2014 we introduced Warrior Ask Me Anything (WAMA) events via Warrior TV, which are live Q&A sessions with some of the finest Internet marketers and entrepreneurs in the world.”

So how are these doing? Continue Reading →

Is It Best To Create A Free Or A Paid Product?

free verse paid productI love it when people tell me they are planning on creating (or licensing and rebranding) a product of their own.

Why?

Because owning your own products is one of the keys to long term online success.

Yes, there are short term strategies that you can use to potentially make money here and there.

And for many people that’s not such a bad thing to get started with and gain some experience.

But really in the long run, becoming an owner of a quality product (or products) is definitely the way to go.

(If you doubt this ask yourself this question: Can you think of ANYONE who is long term successful who DOESN’T have their own products?)

This said, I do see a common pattern here:

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Google’s “Mobile Friendly” Update

I’ve had a few questions about the new Google “mobile friendly” search ranking changes that are coming along on April 21st.

As with all of Google’s updates, a lot of detail and analysis has been written already. Just search for “Google update mobile” and you’ll find no shortage of advice.

Also (as usual) many SEO companies and internet marketers are seeking to cash in by selling products about how best to deal with forthcoming changes.

These are often accompanied with grave warnings about what will happen to you if you fail to act.

So, what is my take?

Well, if it’s okay with you, let me first tell you what I’m doing about it so you can see where I’m coming from.

Then, I’ll outline my advice.

What am I personally doing about this?

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