Warrior Special Offer Leverage

Posted January 31st, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under List Building/Lead Generation

It’s hard to make good money from Warrior Special Offers nowadays, unless you know a few little tricks.

Well, my friend Thom Lancaster has found a great one, and I’ve twisted his arm to show it to you.

It’s all about using a new spin on the ad swap techniques. But this doesn’t give you a list of old and worthless leads.

It gives you real money and real potential for the future.

You need to look here and you’ll discover everything you need to know.

I recommend you buy his WSO Adswap Manual now, as I fully expect Thom to be told to pull this from the market once this method gets out!

No More Excuses! 4 easy exercises to zap your obstacles.

Posted January 30th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Everybody faces challenges in life.

Everybody has obstacles that hold them back.

But some people overcome their obstacles and achieve greatness. For instance:

* German composer, Ludwig Van Beethoven, went deaf at a young age

Creating your perfect reality is not hocus-pocus.

Posted January 29th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Reality Creation Secrets

All conditions in life are created by consciousness. You manifest exactly what you perceive.

If you try to express abundance towards another while seeing lack in them, you will perpetuate conditions of lack in your experience with them.

In order to experience abundance, you have to perceive abundance.

If your world really was abundant, then you’d expect that others have more than enough to give to you for what you give to them, and you’d receive joyfully knowing that they’ll keep having more themselves…

Herein lies the secret to selling, but there’s more. Access your Reality Creation Secrets now.

Close to 5,000 people watched this video since its leak early this week. Ex-banker Daniel Tan who makes over $24,000 a month running SEO business actually does have some bona-fide secrets! No wonder Google doesn’t slap him!

For the first time, Daniel reveals the top 10 commandments of SEO.

In his video:

– Google’s patent saying longer content is better than shorter content!
– Why you want to target local keywords and not just your brand!
– Why you want to decorate your keywords…’cos they weighs!
– That Google is actually tracking your site’s visitors whether you like it or not and how to game this!

If you just follow through these TOP 10 commandments, you will outrank many sites already, not to mention charging high sums of money helping people rank their sites, like how Daniel makes over $24K a month doing the same thing!

Don’t forget to leave a comment on the video. Daniel just gave away a Cinemin Swivel Pico Projector and he has 4 more to go! You may win one!

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Overcoming Skepticism In Copy by Bob Bly

Posted January 27th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Do you ever make statements in your copy that prospects don’t believe?

There is nothing that sticks out more like a sore thumb to the reader than an outrageous claim that is not backed by one single iota of proof.

For instance, I was writing a salesletter to sell subscriptions to a magazine covering the defense industry.

When I asked the subscription manager what made their product different, she said, “We aren’t usually the first to report on a story…TV, newspapers, and the Internet all beat us to the punch, since we are a monthly…but we analyze and interpret the news so our readers can make better decisions based on what the facts really mean.”

“That’s fascinating,” I replied, scribbling eagerly. “Can you give me an example?”

Her reply: dead silence.

Imagine: the USP (unique selling proposition) was that this publication analyzed military events more accurately and in depth so military people could make better strategic decisions based on this analysis.

And no one at the publication could give me a single example to prove it!

Finally, we did get a story…just one story…and it was a beauty.

One of their editors analyzed a photo from a battle that had been published in the newspapers, and was able to correctly identify the model of tank in the picture

The most underutilized tool in marketing

Posted January 26th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Other Stuff

Prospects might spend 60 seconds on your website. But they’ll spend 60 or more MINUTES with you on a teleseminar.

That’s why teleseminars may be the most underutilized tool in marketing today.

Here’s the teleseminar tool I recommend.

Not only is it the easiest to use, it’s the only teleseminar/webcast tool that’s designed specifically for people who are selling online…

AND they’ve got the best training in the industry. So not only do you get the tool, you learn how to make it work in your business. Take a look.

Viral Submitter Pro Is Now Available!

Posted January 25th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Who Else Wants…

– Unlimited Traffic at the Push of a Button

– All of their Submission Accounts Created For Them

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– Push Button Content Uploading

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All for under a Hundred Bucks…

Viral Submitter Pro is Now All YOURS Right Here!

Just one module of Viral Submitter Pro literally pays for itself the very first time you use it.

And don’t worry, this isn’t one of those throwaway tools. My friend Herschy has built this one to last!

It works on a Mac and a PC and is being reveled as THE “Must Have” Traffic Tool of the Year!

You’ll be uploading your videos, articles, press releases, and more in just a few minutes from now…

On a side note, here’s a free gift by Herschy: the Viral Submission Strategy Map

Stupid, Simple Membership Profits

Posted January 24th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Membership Sites

5 Minute Membership Site

You’re not going to believe this: how about setting up a membership site in 5 minutes? Is that record-breaking or what?

My friend Justin Michie has put together the ultimate push-button solution for raking in recurring cash online.

There’s nothing cheapskate in the quality of these sites. In fact, Justin is now making $3000 to $5000 from just 5 minutes of work!

If you’ve ever wanted your own membership site that rakes in profit on autopilot and takes minutes (literally) to setup and run, go check out the “5 Minute Membership Site” system ASAP!

460 Hits Per Day To 40,000!

Posted January 23rd, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Big Traffic Guide

Have you ever wanted targeted traffic without paying a single dime for it? Today Daniel Sumner has covered just that.

Big Traffic Guide is a no-bull, no-fluff guide to generating targeted traffic you won

Lance Tamashiro and Robert Plank has recently recorded a 1-hour webinar on how you should exercise your autoresponder to the maximum limit. Watch this to get better results from e-mail marketing.

I recently listened to the CD of a talk given by Joseph Sugarman, founder of JS&A and widely recognized as one of the greatest mail order marketers of all time.

JS&A is the company that sells those Blue Blocker sunglasses you see advertised on TV and in magazines.

The glasses really work, by the way. Put a pair on, and everything blue is converted to a shade of gray.

Anyway, during the talk, Mr. Sugarman mentioned that he often tested three or four different ads for the same product…and in some cases as many as 10 different versions!

“Typically, nine of the ads would fail but one would work spectacularly well,” said Mr. Sugarman, “The profits from that one ad would more than cover the losses from the other nine.”

Do you do that…create multiple ads and then test them to see which works best?

Or do you

4 Simple Ways To Develop Better Customer Relationships

Posted January 19th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Information is power. It is also the key to effective customer retention, because if you really know your customers you can give them the service and respect they deserve. But unless you have a photographic memory (or a really small client list), you will not be able to discover and track everything there is to know about your clients. Here are a few things you can do that will help.

1) Gather demographic info: Gender, age, marital status, hobbies, income, business type, and shoe size can all be relevant details you use to create targeted communications and offers that wow your customers. If you don’t already have this information, you can gather it though questionnaires or through database appending services such as Dunn & Bradstreet.

2) Track customer data and behaviors: There is no way you can remember everything about your customers without a good system for keeping notes. A good customer database or customer relationship management (CRM) system will allow you to track demographics, interests, past purchases, behaviors, and more.

3) Conduct a survey: Send out an e-mail survey to help you gather valuable data from your customers. You will discover their interests, how they feel about your service, what products they may be searching for, and much more. This information will help you address individual needs and also give you a “big picture” glimpse of how you’re doing.

4) Listen to your customers: The best way to develop better relationships with your customers is to solicit their feedback. If your clients are local, you can host a ‘live’ customer appreciation event, whereas if you have a larger list of customers, you can hold a virtual event, social media gathering, or other creative avenue to interact with customers.

When you know your customers, they’ll respond with their loyalty. And that’s what it’s all about.

Ben crashed a Lambo…then made $1K.

Posted January 18th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

If you haven’t seen this new video, you need to check this out!

You’ll see how Ben Hulme developed the 1K Commission System from a hospital bed!

You’ll also see how you can make 1K commissions as many times as you want each month…

Make sure you check out the page and the video today.

Michael Masterson’s “BDF” Copywriting Formula by Bob Bly

Posted January 17th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Big corporations routinely spend thousands of dollars on expensive and elaborate market research studies designed to help them get inside the minds of their customers.

These can include mail and online surveys, telephone interviews, and focus groups.

Entrepreneurs running small businesses become worried that if they don’t do this kind of expensive market research, they won’t know how to reach their prospects and will fail miserably.

But for many small companies, the cost of even one study from one of the big market research companies would wipe out their entire marketing budget for the year.

Relax. The good news I’m here to tell you is that focus groups and other formal market research studies are completely unnecessary.

“But how will I understand my customers?” you may ask.

Simple: just use Michael Masterson’s “BDF” formula – which stands for Beliefs, Desires, and Feelings.

The “BDF” formula says that you can understand your prospect by asking yourself 3 simple questions:

“What do my prospects believe? What are their attitudes?”

“What do my prospects desire? What do they want?”

“What do my prospects feel? What are their emotions?”

There’s no market research required, because you already know these things about your prospects…or else you wouldn’t have chosen to start a business that caters to them.

Or to quote Dr. Benjamin Spock: “Trust yourself. You know more than you think you do.”

For instance, a company that provides “soft skills” training to Information Technology (IT) professionals was promoting a new on-site seminar.

They sent out a flier where the headline was the title of the program: “Interpersonal Skills for IT Professionals.”

It generated less than half a percent response (the offer was more detailed information about the program).

So the marketing manager and the owner brainstormed and asked themselves the BDF questions.

Here’s part of what they came up with…

* IT professionals BELIEVE that technology is all important…and that they are smarter than the non-techies they serve.

* IT professionals DESIRE recognition…respect…continuing opportunity to update their skill set in new technologies and platforms…job security…more money.

* IT professionals FEEL an adversarial relationship with end users…they are constantly arguing with them…and they resent having to explain their technology to us ignoramuses.

Based on this BDF analysis, the company rewrote the letter and tested it.

This time, it generated a 3% response – outperforming the old mailing by 6 to 1.

And one third of those inquiries purchased an on-site one-day training seminar for $3,000.

That means for every 100 pieces mailed, at a total cost of about $100, they got 3 leads…and one order for $3,000 …a 30-to-1 return on their marketing investment.

Oh, and the headline based on the BDF analysis? It was this:

“Important news for any IT professional who has ever felt like telling an end user, ‘Go to hell.'”

Says the company owner, “The BDF formula forced us to focus on the prospect instead of the product (our seminar), and the result was a winning promotion.”

Amount of money spent on market research before the mailing? Not a dime.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

Contest Burner plugin for WordPress drives traffic, builds your list, creates buzz and brands you all at the same time!

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This script allows you to run your own contest. Visitors enter your contests to earn points and they do the things you want them to do, like earning 100 points to post about your product on Facebook, and there are so many ways you can design how to give away points.

That’s how participants will send you the traffic and backlinks to your site.

For reasons you’ll understand after you watch the video, “Contest Burner” is perfect for anyone who desires more traffic including affiliate marketers…MLMers…offline Marketers…newbies…small businesses…and even large Fortune 500 companies!

ANYONE, regardless of experience can follow this method easily!

You’ll want to move fast on this one!


How much are you willing to pay for a solid keyword research software?

While you think about this question, may I introduce SerpAttacks. This software allows you to:

1) Find highly searched keywords with very less competition so you can rank and earn faster.

2) Find highly searched keywords and analyze search engine competitions on certain location.

3) Discover how much advertisers are paying for that keyword and how many are competing.

4) Unveil and analyze how many people are searching for your keyword and discover if the trend is going up your down.

5) Discover high-value domain names.

6) Discover highly profitable affiliate products to promote by digging Amazon and Clickbank.

7) Check and monitor your rank across different search engines from different locations.

8) Check the websites that are linking to you or check your competitor

Which Sells Best

Posted January 13th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

You’ve heard it before: when advertising your product, stress benefits instead of features.

But it’s a little more complicated than that.

To be accurate, product facts aren’t just divided into one of two categories

Overcoming Price Resistance by Bob Bly

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

“Sticker shock” refers to a price so high that when you reveal it to the customer, she is flabbergasted and immediately protests that “your price is too high” or “I could never afford this”.

If your customer experiences sticker shock, it means that you have not convinced the buyer that the price of the product is a “drop in the bucket” compared to the value of the product.

Even if you’ve done a good job of communicating value, the prospect may experience sticker shock if the price is extremely high or beyond their means.

Sticker shock reduces your chances of closing the sale: if the customer gasps when she learns the price, she’s probably not ready to pay it.

If as a marketer or salesperson you can head off sticker shock before it happens, your odds of closing the sale increase tremendously.

But how do you prevent sticker shock?

One way is to show the customer products in your line with higher prices before showing him the product you want him to buy.

In his book “Influence”, Robert Cialdini describes how this is done in a retail setting.

Say you want to sell $100 sweaters in your store…but are afraid your customers will faint at the price.

You put a table in the aisle near the front door and place three stacks of sweaters on it.

As the customer walks into the room, she sees the first stack. All of the sweaters in this pile cost $200.

“What a rip-off!” she thinks. “No way would I pay that.”

Then she examines the second pile, which contains $150 sweaters.

“Phew,” she thinks. “That’s a little better.”

She continues to go down the table until she comes to the third stack

Anwesh Rath gives away 70+ e-books and software.

Posted January 10th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Anwesh Rath just wrote to me that he is giving away a load of free e-books and software.

When I saw the page I didn’t count how many items are there, all I know is I just keep scrolling down…

Do yourself a favor and see what you can download away all for free, non-Internet Marketing stuff included!

* IM Gifts Blast *

Are you making over $1 per subscriber?

Posted January 4th, 2011 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Extracting Maximum Cash From Your E-Mail Lists

Not many marketers know this, so let me quiz you: Have you ever thought how much you should make