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Proven Way to Super Affiliate Income

Did you ever want to make money as a ‘super affiliate’? But never really succeeded in your online efforts? Though working hard and long hours on your computer, you’ve never achieved your income goals?

If that’s the case, you are just like the majority of people trying to make money online – spending way more than they are getting in return on their so-called ‘business’. Not having a real (money making) business at all.

As you probably know, it’s only a small percentage of internet marketers who are professional and smart enough to make real profit on a daily basis, always getting positive return on their investment. Without working that hard.

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The Secret to Profitability in Continuity Programs

The ‘secret’ isn’t all that secret, and yet most marketers get this wrong.

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You simply have to give a much higher value than the price that subscribers pay, and two things will happen:

They will join in droves, and they will STAY and continue to pay.

It doesn’t matter if you’re charging $10 a month or $1,000 a month. Just make sure that your members are getting far more than the price they are paying.

For example, let’s say you want to build a membership on how to start an online business.

If you give your subscribers an eight week guarantee (think Clickbank) and a promise that they can start earning by the fourth week, you’re in business.

If you further promise full email support, you’ll do even better. Yes, you’ll outsource the support, and it will be well worth the cost. Many members will join just to get that live support.

Subscribers get new content each week, they have 8 weeks to get a refund, they’ll be making money in just 4 weeks, AND they have live support – do you think that might be a winner?

Absolutely. And you can use a similar model no matter what niche you’re in.

Let’s say you teach golfing. You promise that in 4 weeks they will shave 4 strokes off of their game. They have an 8 week guarantee. And sure, maybe you even throw in live support of some kind, too. Again, you’ve got a winner.

Always give far more in value than you’re charging for your membership sites, and you can’t go wrong.

When Last Place is Really First Place

Did you enjoy the Olympics? Every four years we get to see the best of the best and their gold medals, but sometimes the best inspiration comes from those who don’t win – or even someone who came in dead last.

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In 1988, Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards became the first competitor since 1928 to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping.

How did Eddie do? He came in #58 out of 58.

But it didn’t matter. His fans loved him for other reasons. He had no trainer, no money, no practice facilities – and some called him the great British loser.

He had a cheerful air of bumbling incompetence, epitomized by the big pink goggles he wore.

Says Eddie, “I got my letter saying, ‘Congratulations, you can represent Great Britain in the Olympic games’ when I was in a mental hospital in Finland. I wasn’t a patient. I was there because it was the cheapest place for me to stay.”

On getting ready to do his jump, Eddie says, “There were about 85 or 90 thousand people in the ski jump area, and I thought this is going to be really good, I’m really going to go for this. The Germans and the Swiss and the Italians were going down jumping, but the crowd were ignoring them and chanting, ‘Eddie! Eddie!’”

“And I got out and sat on the bar and they started cheering and cheering and it was great!”

“When you sit at the top of the ski jump, you look down, and you’re probably about 500 or 600 feet up from where you’re actually going to finish. You can see a million and one different reasons why you shouldn’t really go down. So you do have to be not a little crazy, but probably a lot.”

“You’re traveling at 65 or 75 miles per hour. Within about a second you’ll be 250 feet up from where you’re going to be landing. And you just try to relax and let your skis carry you to the bottom of the hill.”

“It’s the most exciting, exhilarating feeling in the world.”

Eddie’s British record jump of 71 meters landed him in 58th place – out of 58 competitors, 19 meters behind the jumper who placed 57th.

And if you ask anyone in Great Britain, “Who won the Olympic ski jump in 1988?” Almost no one could tell you.

But if you ask, “Who is Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards?” They’ll tell you all about the crazy ski jump guy who they still remember and love to this day.

Eddie stood on the top of the precipice and said, “Geronimo!”

The British people were so proud of him for just trying, that winning didn’t matter a bit.

He dared to go where most of us won’t. Yes, he came in dead last, but he will be forever and fondly remembered by his country for doing what no one else had done in 60 years.

So what daring thing are you afraid to do? Whether it’s something online or in real life, take Eddie’s example and just go for it.

You might just become a legend.

How to Make a Small List Pay BIG

You’re just starting out and your list only has 500 or 1,000 people.

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While it’s true you would gladly trade your small list for one that’s 100 times bigger, it’s also true that if you treat your little list right, you can still make really good money.

How does that work?

By getting personal.

First, answer emails that you get from your list. When someone reads your latest email and takes the time to write to you – answer them. You’ve only got 1,000 people on your list, so odds are only 5 to 10 will ever write to you at a time. Yes, you can do this. Keep it personal.

Second, let your list members know that they are part of a very small, intimate, private community by telling them. Otherwise they’ll assume you’ve got a gazillion people on your list and don’t give a flying flip about any of them.

Third, email them daily. Yes, DAILY. Keep in constant contact with them. Update them on the latest news and give a tidbit here and there about yourself.

Fourth, care about their success. If you really, truly care, then it will show in your emails to them. Communicate how important they are and that you want to help them succeed in a big way.

Fifth, hold open Q and A sessions over webinars, Skype or your favorite platform. Don’t charge anything, and let your subscribers know it is only for your list. You’re creating the feeling that they belong to a small, exclusive, private group.

Sixth, send out emails that start with something personal, such as, “Hi (name) – I wanted to contact you personally because I think you might be a good fit for my coaching program.”

Seventh, ask for their help or opinion on something and then answer every response.

Doing these little things will keep your list engaged and interacting with you.

And when you send out an offer for just 10 people to get personalized coaching at $500 a month, what do you think will happen?

Odds are you’ll fill those slots in less than a day with no additional effort at all. You might even have a waiting list of people who didn’t make the first ten slots.

What happens when someone emails their list of 100,000 with the exact same offer? Surprisingly, there’s a good chance they’ll have trouble selling those ten slots, even though their list is 100 times bigger.

You can make great money with a small list when you take the time to get personal with your subscribers.

Are You Not In Profit Yet?

If so, it’s quite normal.
The vast majority of people trying to make some money online are actually spending way more
than they are getting back. Many are working hard, but not having a real business at all.

Only a little percentage of internet marketers are professional and smart enough to make real
profit on a daily basis, always getting positive return on their investment. Without working that hard.

Some of the most successful however are willing now to share the strategy they are using to
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Sneaky Tips to Get Your Emails Opened

You work hard to write the perfect email – and then nobody even opens thedarn thing.

Sneaky Tips to Get Your Emails Opened


What’s a marketer to do?

Try a new subject line using one of the following tactics:

Insert your personality and get personal.

Let’s face it – no one gets excited by dry toast, which is precisely whyyou need to let your own personality shine in your subject line.

True, some people won’t like your personality. So what? Others will loveyour personality because they see themselves in you, and they’ll becomerabid fans.

Examples: “Three experts in our niche that are flat out WRONG,” “Why Iloathe beets and want them exterminated from the planet,” “Why I checkunder my bed before going to sleep,” and “10 things the worst world leaderin history taught me.”

Use numbers.

In a big field of words (think your Gmail inbox) numbers and symbols standout.

For example: “7 ways to screw this up,” “3 people I hate” and “5 days inthe doghouse.”

Ask a question.

For whatever reason, questions just seem to work better thanstatements.

For example, instead of, “How to do this,” you might ask, “Can you tell mehow to do this?”

Other examples: “Why can’t you go to the bathroom?” “Where do you want meto ship this?” “Is the dorky look back in style?”

Invoke Curiosity.

Strange headlines get clicks – sometimes. This one is a little tricky, butif you can arouse enough curiosity, you’ll be blown away at how manysubscribers open your emails.

Examples: “My Dr. told me to eat dirt,” “How to know you’re about to have aheart attack” and “The dessert only diet.”

Super short subject lines:

There was a reason why, for awhile, you kept seeing the subject line,“Hey.”

It worked.

But like anything else, once it’s used too much, its effectiveness wearsoff.

Still, every once in awhile try using either a one word subject line, or ashort subject line that you use as a great opening to a story.Examples:

“Damn,” “That’s when I knew,” “Groan…” “Facepalming AGAIN,” “Yikes!” “Ohno!” “How did THAT happen?” “Unbelievable!” and so forth.

And one last sneaky but ultra-important tip: Always send out youremails a second time to everyone who didn’t open them the firsttime.

How this works: Nearly every autoresponder has this option now, and ifyours doesn’t, ask for it.

Send out an email in the morning. Wait 8 to 12 hours, and then resend it toeveryone who didn’t open it the first time.

Use a different subject line the second time, but keep the email thesame.

Your second subject line can be entirely different from the first, thus(hopefully) sparking interest in those subscribers who didn’t open thefirst one.

Or you can simply say, “You missed this earlier email,” or somesuch.

Typically, I get nearly as many opens the second time I send an email as Ido the first time.

It’s a great way to reuse your emails. You’re not bugging those subscriberswho did open your first email. And you will get more clicks and make moresales with almost no additional effort.

You can even schedule the second email when you send out the first. Justmake sure to send it only to those readers who did not open it the firsttime.

Think You Can’t Compete?

Okay, your competition has been around longer than you.

Think You Can’t Compete?

They know more than you about your customers, your products, yourmarketing…

…let’s face it – they’re race horses, and you’re a mule.

But what does that mean?

New marketers feel like they are coming into a race when it’sthree-quarters over.

Seasoned marketers know more, have more tools, more contacts, morecustomers, bigger lists, more outsourcers and so forth.

How is a mule to compete against a tried and true race horse?

One step at a time, that’s how.

In 1976, the Great American Horse Race – 3,500 miles long through 13American states – had 90 teams of purebred race horses competing…

And 1 team of mules.

That’s right, mules – competing with thoroughbreds from across the world inthe perhaps the longest, greatest horse race ever.

Entered in the race were Viking horses from Iceland; Arabian stallions,favored to win by almost everyone; tall Irish thoroughbreds; strikingAppaloosas; and horses from France, Australia, Denmark and Japan.

And then there was Lord Fauntleroy, the mule. “Leroy,” for short, was thechoice steed of Virl Norton, a steeplejack from San Jose, California. LadyEloise was the backup mule. And no one – no one – took themseriously.

3,500 miles later, you already know who won: The most unlikely victor inany horse race, ever. As Leroy crossed the finish line into the stadium, heflopped his ears and gave a victorious “hee-haw.”

The mule had won with 315.47 total hours. Second place went to an Arabian,clocking 324.6 hours. That’s right – it wasn’t even close.

When you think you can’t compete – when you’re sure you don’t know enough,have enough experience, don’t have the contacts or whatever thought isgoing through your head, just think of Leroy.

No one expected him to win except his owner and rider, Norton.

Maybe no one expects you to win, either, except maybe your spouse orloved-one.

That’s okay, because if you simply stay in the race and be consistent, youcan outshine them all… Or at least cross the finish line with a lovelypayday for yourself.

7 Ways to Get Free Traffic for Your Blog

So you’ve set up your blog and you’ve got several posts – and no readers. Now what? Here are 7 proven methods to drive traffic to your blog in no time…

7 Ways to Get Free Traffic for Your Blog

Facebook Fan Pages. You can set up a Fan Page for your blog in about a minute – ten minutes if you’re hunting for a photo and just the right thing to say. It’s simple, easy and free, and here’s my favorite part: Once people become fans of your blog they’ll be able to see your blog updates when they’re on Facebook. Plus, when they like your blog, their friends see that and check out your blog, too. Some of them ‘like’ it, and their friends check out your blog, and so forth.

Twitter. Yes, just about everyone seems to be either on Twitter or joining, so go ahead and set up a Twitter account just for your blog. Again, it’ll take you a whopping 2 to 3 minutes. Make a few interesting Tweets, and then begin adding followers. Use one of the many Twitter add-ons to schedule your tweets to run around the clock, mixing them up and always making them interesting. Tweet each time you make a new blog post, and be sure to use your blog’s URL in your profile. Ask others to retweet you, continue to build your followers, and you’ll be driving traffic to your blog in no time.

Forum signatures. We’re going to assume you’re blogging about a topic you thoroughly enjoy, and thus you belong to at least one forum that focuses on that topic. Be sure to place your blog information in your signature line, using something catchy that teases them into checking out your blog.

Social Networking, RSS Feeds and Blog Directories. How are people bookmarking and /or finding blogs these days? Through blog directories, RRS feeds and social networking. That’s why you want your blog to have all those social networking buttons – they’re not just for decoration. And get your blog listed in all of the big blog directories as well. Here’s a list to start you out…


Blog Commenting. Find the most widely read blogs in your niche and comment on their posts. Here’s how: Create an Icon that absolutely catches the eye. If you’re not sure what it should look like, spend some time looking at other Icons/Gravatars and see which ones positively pop out at you. Next, leave helpful, interesting comments on the blogs, always with your blog’s URL in the website field. Last, watch to see which of these blogs sends you the most traffic, and focus your commenting on those blogs. Better yet, hire someone to post the comments for you.

Guest Posting. Now that you’ve been leaving great comments on these blogs, let’s take it a step further. Contact the blog owners and ask if you can write a guest post for them. Since they’ve been (hopefully) seeing and reading your comments, there’s a good chance they will be open to letting you do the heavy lifting of writing a blog post for them. To increase the chance they’ll say yes, actually attach the blog post to your email. If they turn you down, it could be because they didn’t like your topic, so ask if there is something else they would prefer. Then resubmit your original blog post to another blog.

Ezine Articles Dot Com. Yes, this is still a good way to drive free traffic, for a couple of reasons. First, people searching for information on Google often land on a particular article at this website – so why shouldn’t it be your article? With your blog in the resource box, this can result in free traffic. And occasionally your article will end up on someone else’s website – again, a good source of free traffic, not to mention another backlink.

Success With Facebook Ads

By now you’ve either tried Facebook advertising or you’re about to. Here are a few tips and tricks I’ve picked up along the way to get my ads noticed and clicked on for the least amount of my advertising dollars…

Success With Facebook Ads

1. Use an awesome picture. What’s the first thing a Facebook user notices about your ad? The picture, of course. Use only the best, highest quality images you can find that are relevant to your headline. For example, if you’re running an ad for jewelry, choose a photo of a gorgeous pendant or ring. If you’re advertising dating, use sexy ladies if you’re targeting men, and handsome hunks if you’re targeting women.

2. Target your ads to small groups. Rather than target an ad to women aged 18 to 45, take the time to target to smaller groups so you can test your results, such as women aged 18-21, 22-25 and so forth. By finding your prime targeted groups, you’ll achieve the greatest click through rates and the biggest bang for your buck.

3. Focus the ad. That is, target it to one thing and one thing only. Facebook ads are small – you don’t have the space to advertise the 5 benefits of your product so don’t try. Instead, keep it tightly focused on one theme throughout the headline, picture and description.

4, Start with CPC, then move to CPM. By starting your campaigns with cost per click, you’re discovering what people will click on. Once you’ve got your campaign fine tuned, you can back it out to cost per thousand impressions (CPM) for a lower overall cost to you.

5. Set your initial spending limits low. While you’re testing you want to be careful – sometimes Facebook advertising comes in like a dripping faucet, and at other times it’s more like a fully opened fire hose. By setting your initial spending limits low you can see which campaigns are making you money and then increase your daily limit on those.

Facebook makes it easier than ever to reach your perfect customer. Implement these simple tips with your Facebook advertising, and get better results right out of the gate.

How to Get Your Blog Posts Read

I feel almost silly writing an article on this topic, because I can sum it up in one sentence:

Write about your own personal experiences in story form.

How to Get Your Blog Posts Read

That’s it! People love stories – especially true ones – that show you overcame an obstacle, solved a problem, created something positive and so forth.

So if you’re writing a blog post about how to increase traffic, use your own examples of what you did, how you did it, and the results. If you can flavor it with storytelling skills that keep your reader riveted, so much the better.

And who better to show you how to tell a story than professional stand up comics? These guys and gals live and die by the story – they either get it right or they’re booed off the stage, and being booed is not funny or fun.

The steps to great storytelling according to comedians?

  1. Be Brief (don’t ramble – get to the point)
  2. Give Details (the useful ones – don’t bog the story down with useless stuff)
  3. Use Story Twists (surprise is a wonderful thing)
  4. Work the Crowd (or in this case, your readers)
  5. Act Out The Characters (difficult to do in a blog, but I’ve always thought lending your own personality or character to your writing is extremely important)
  6. Practice (write often – the more you write, the better you’ll get)
  7. End on the Biggest Laugh (or point if you’re a blogger)

Get the details on how comedians tell great stories here:


Implement these storytelling tips into your blog posts, and you’ll engage your audience on a deeper level, and keep them hooked on your content.

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