856 Real Visitors With Free Traffic In Real Time

Posted January 31st, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

I just saw something in a course I’ve never seen…

I saw my friend Mike get over 850 unique visitors to his site with the exact steps to do it…

In under 60 seconds pressing a few buttons.

That’s all it took to get massive no-cost traffic.

Here’s the crazier thing, it’s going to hit over 2,000 unique visitors a day by next month.

This was on a site only 30 days old.

All free traffic, all in real time, and all with a bunch of no-cost tools.

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The 7 Secrets To Powerful Communication

I once told a friend (a real one) that “a thousand online connections cannot compare to a friend you know in person.” In order to forge a fruitful relationship, you must be able to communicate effectively and communicate for results.

Many types of people come into our lives

Discover how to make paid advertising pay for itself and make a positive ROI!

Posted January 29th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

It’s not very often that someone can proclaim to have cracked the code of making paid advertising pay for itself while raking in the cash and customers on a consistent, daily basis.

That is why I’m stunned to learn about this lady who has just revealed how she taps into a specific gateway that lets her launch an UNLIMITED number of ‘paid’ ads without ever spending a dime.

And she drives millions of hits every day, thereby increasing her sales and growing her business.

Discover the strategy now.

TLC PlatformTahir Shah has just launched the TLC Platform which is the most powerful lead capture creation platform in the world, and a must-have tool for any serious online marketer.

This not only let’s you create squeeze pages and video squeeze pages quickly and easily, it also lets you create all the other associated pages like your “thank you” pages and your download pages and let’s you monetize them instantly for immediate sales and profits from the moment you start getting your first subscribers.

For such a premium platform, and for everything you get in this, Tahir seriously could have charged a premium price and a monthly subscription for access to this platform, but NO…

* There’s NO Monthly Fees
* There’s NO LIMIT on Usage
* There’s ONE LOW PRICE
* There’s A HUGE DISCOUNT right now

In fact, your jaw WILL drop when you see everything you get and for how little during this special pre-launch promotion LOCK-IN PRICE Offer.

Watch the full video to really see how powerful TLC Platform is and judge for yourself if this isn’t the best
software of it’s kind and the best value offer you’ve seen in years!

Recorded Webinar: Exploit This Hot Kindle Niche With Over 400% Growth!

Posted January 27th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Are you ready to tap into the millions of buyers who have color e-readers? With the new Kindle Fire, the new iPads, the color Nook and more, millions of people are hungry for a full-color experience. This is one of the largest markets available right now, and it is nearly unsaturated.

In this training webinar, you’ll discover:

– Why children’s picture books are the hottest area in Kindle and e-book publishing

– How anyone, even if you have no artistic ability, can easily create and publish picture books

– Popular niches and categories you can get started in right now

– Methods to easily publish your picture books so Amazon doesn

iPhone users and business owners, this is for you!

If you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod and want to make videos to market your business then you need to get on this Webinar!

Videopreneur Jules Watkins, a former TV Director from the UK is going to share some awesome tips how to shoot incredible videos with your i-device.

Jules has directed and filmed hit shows for the BBC and MTV including popular documentaries and hit reality series like The Biggest Loser and Pimp My Ride.

On this webinar you will discover why your iPhone is the most powerful video marketing tool you own. You’ll discover:

Google Plus Fastlane

By now you must have heard of Google+. Still, very few users have mastered all features of the social network. Google also has the notorious habit of not announcing new development from its labs as they are launched, and so you’re not likely to be aware of the full spectrum of absolute social media power that you will now be able to wield out of using Google+.

If you’d discover the extent and power of the incredible tools hidden within Google+, imagine how many more people you can reach out to in the process of promotion and advertising!

I promise you, your competition is already beginning to look into this so you NEED to keep up with the times!

So if you want to see your business explode, then you really can’t afford to miss Google Plus Fastlane. It is your complete, step by step blueprint to Google+ mastery…

Discover the success secrets of 6 Internet Marketing campaign case studies.

Posted January 24th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Where are you putting your energy when building your online business?

Is it SEO, list building, PPC or is it somewhere else?

Answer honestly.

Where SHOULD you be putting your energy?

CONVERSIONS!

You see, there are no prizes for top rankings or having a huge list.

The magic happens when somebody buys something.

If you’re struggling to make sales then you need to check out the 101-page “The Wise Old Email Gorilla” manual.

2 full-time marketers just gave away 6 of their best campaigns as case studies.

Not only will you get to see their niches, but you

Covert Player ProOver the past year there has been an onslaught of new video players that have arisen. All of them are fascinated with adding HTML overlays on top of the video container, everything from banners to buttons inside the video container.

The Covert Player Pro however, is unlike any other video player on the market. The original idea came to Mark Dulisse one day when he was watching some videos on CNN.com’s website.

Go to CNN.com and you can see on the left sidebar some thumbnails of videos, that when you click on them they open and close…without losing the text. The videos are seamless and fully integrated into the website. This is great from a viewer’s perspective, as well as from a SEO perspective since it allows you to put more text on your pages and posts.

Covert Player Pro closely emulates CNN’s video presentations for your website.

There are many more features and options available. Make sure you watch the video to see all features available to you.

As an incentive to order the Covert Player Pro during launch week, Mark has added a bonus…everyone who orders during launch week will get a complimentary upgrade to the FlowPlayer module (play self-hosted videos, or videos hosted on your Amazon S3) as well as Wistia and Brightcove supports.

Check out the video of this new plugin in action!

WP Social Zon creates mini Amazon review posts, that are highly optimized for maximum CTRs. Just enter an amazon product URL and the plugin does the rest automatically!

– Creates UNIQUE, Targeted, Pre-optimized Review Pages and Amazon Product Promotion Pages within Seconds

– Proven to improve conversions and also allows creation of comparison pages

– Finds the best, most suitable products based on reviews, ratings, price, discount, and availability

– Provides data based on keyword or category

– Optimizes the content, gets social links, and even backlinks all on 100% auto-pilot.

You customize all the filters to any setting and find products that fit your niche and criteria!

It doesn’t stop there!

We need traffic and we need it FAST we don

You’re at the point in your business where you’re ready to conduct webinars whether for training or a sales pitch, but you don’t know how to do it like a pro.

Webinar Pitch Secrets will let you construct webinars that get you maximum sales and near extreme EPCs despite the fierce competition in today’s market!

You’ll get a hefty, no-nonsense 54-page guide that contains a “fill in the blanks” template that you can use to create an awesome, hot converting webinar, tons of closes, transitions that you can plain copy/paste to get results and more!

Get started today and you’ll have immediate access to the members area and training material right away.

Luck’s not random; it favours the prepared.

Posted January 22nd, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

“THE harder I work the luckier I get.”

“Luck frequently visits the prepared mind.”

“Luck is the residue of diligence.”

Quotations about luck are everywhere. We all yearn for a streak of it, especially if it brings money.

Accidents do happen, but when luck is involved the lucky are not selected at random.

When Columbus courageously set sail in 1492, he was headed for the East Indies, not America. He got lucky. Ditto for Dr Jonas Salk when he discovered the polio vaccine.

What we refer to as luck results from preparation and perspiration. Idle, unprepared minds usually do not recognise opportunity. Neither will a negative mind that automatically goes into reverse when an innovative idea is proposed. The lucky pay their dues.

How can you get lucky? Here are a few thoughts:

Be perpetually inquisitive. Search for truth, for answers to questions that are important to you. Listen while others talk.

Network. Get out of your rut and meet new people doing new things and thinking new thoughts.

Be positive. Cheer for those who try.

Diversify your interests. Join Rotary, or another service club to meet new and interesting people.

Be willing to make mistakes. They are necessary detours on the road to achievement.

Maintain personal stability. Unstable or volatile conditions eat up energy and distract from achievement.

Be deserving. Prepare for success. If you don’t, it won’t visit. If it does and you are not deserving, it won’t stay.

Treat people fairly. They will appreciate it and may become an important future resource.

Do not blame others. Ultimately, your life is in your own hands. The blame game is for losers.

Look for the edge. Do not fall off, but try to find where it is and practise risk-taking in non-threatening ways.

Develop role models. Learn more about those who have achieved the goals you are still reaching for.

Prepare your mind for success. Achievement is like athletics. It requires preparation to win. Read aggressively.

 

Excerpted from Habits Of Wealth by Bill Byrne, published by The Berkley Publishing Group.

4 Steps To Success by Jim Rohn

Posted January 21st, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Number one is good ideas. Be a collector of good ideas. My mentor taught me to keep a journal when I was 25 years old. I’ve been doing it now all these years. They will be passed on to my children and my grandchildren. If you hear a good health idea, capture it, write it down. Don’t trust your memory. Then on a cold wintry evening, go back through your journal, the ideas that changed your life, the ideas that saved your marriage, the ideas that bailed you out of bankruptcy, the ideas that helped you become successful, the ideas that made you millions. What a good review. Going back over the collection of ideas that you gathered over the years. So be a collector of good ideas for your business, for your relationships, for your future.

The next step to success is to have good plans. A good plan for the day, a good plan for the future, a good health plan, a good plan for your marriage. Building anything is like building a house, you need to have a plan. Now here is a good time management question: When should you start the day?

Answer: As soon as you have it finished. It is like building a house, building a life. What if you just started laying bricks and somebody asks, “What are you building?” And you say, “I have no idea.” See they would come and take you away to a safe place. So, don’t start the house until you finish it. Now, is it possible to finish the house before you start it? Yes, but it would be foolish to start before you had it finished. Not a bad time management idea. Don’t start the day until it is pretty well finished

What is an Enlightened Millionaire?

Posted January 20th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

An enlightened millionaire is a person who always strives to be the best they can be, who knows no boundaries, and knows that there can be abundance for all. They know that creativity is unlimited. That the application of creativity to everyday needs is the basis of providing value, which in turn creates wealth. They live in balance. Their life is a life devoted to living and sharing abundance through service that allows them to give their unique gifts

Content curation is now fast catching on as a method for creating authoritative and useful content. Creating quality curated content is an art and with any such activity there are things that you should and should not do.

Here are 9 content curation best practices that you should try to follow so that the content you create is nice to read, useful to readers and fair to the creators of original content.

1. Make use of your creative abilities

Many people think that a content curator is just a person who finds and arranges other people’s work in an interesting and useful way.

While that is essential, significant value addition is important in terms of opinions, recommendations and commentary. Curated content is actually an interesting and useful blend of collected content, original opinions and contributions from others.

2. Identify content that is related to your website, but interesting to the readers

Always keep the interest of your readers in mind. They are looking for something that is useful to them. Try to find content that will be very interesting to your readers, but is related to your website in some way. For example, if your website is promoting baby strollers, look for articles that the owners of baby strollers will find interesting.

For example, tips on using baby strollers, reviews of popular baby strollers, feedback left by buyers of specific strollers, advantages and disadvantages of stroller features, statistics reflecting the popularity of different type of strollers, etc.

Try to develop a collection of sites which regularly publish such material and bookmark them so that you can periodically check them for new content. You can also subscribe to their RSS feeds or follow them on social media so that you are alerted when useful content becomes available. Content curation tools such as Curationsoft are excellent for finding related content.

3. Regularly publish new articles or posts

Your readers will find your website or blog useful only when there is regular useful content coming in. While even one article a week is good enough, try to publish it on a particular day of the week so that your audience will know when to expect new content from you.

A great article is nice to attract attention of new readers, but regular content is what will make them regular visitors to your site and encourage them to bookmark it or share it with others.

4. Go where your audience is

Gone are the days when readers bookmark and visit sites. There is an information overload and scarcity of time. Most people have a few sites that they visit regularly including social media sites or YouTube. Find out where your audience is coming from and places that they visit regularly. Try to create content there and then gently bring the visitors to your site. You could do this by interacting or writing guest articles on popular blogs or social media
websites.

5. Use platforms judiciously

When using multiple platforms, it is important to understand that a major part of your audience could be using more than one of those platforms. So if you are using multiple platforms to inform your readers about some interesting piece of information try to space it out. Sending it out together could hit the same users multiple times at the same time, which is a bit of a nuisance. Spacing out your tweets or comments will also serve as a reminder even if the same reader gets it again.

6. Always give credit to the original content creator

Irrespective of the platform and irrespective of how little of the information you quote, always give credit to the original author. This is an essential courtesy and the author will appreciate the gesture. You are also making your article, post or comment more useful because readers will be able to click the link to get more information. When
we say original author, it is the first person who put that content in the public domain. So if your source is itself quoting someone else, you should find the original source and give credit to them.

7. Don’t create duplicate content

When you quote someone else, quote only the part of the article that is relevant to your discussion. Copying an entire article will most likely get you penalized by the search engines for creating duplicate content. Try not to quote more than 15 percent of the original article. Quoting an entire article could also be seen as copyright infringement unless you have the permission of the original source.

8. Be careful with graphics and videos

Many content creators who put up graphics on sites such as Pinterest appreciate your quoting them. However, creating graphics and videos involves a lot of work and not everyone will like you to copy their work to your site. Check the copyright notices carefully and when in doubt get the permission of the creator of the content.

9. Encourage discussions

Interactivity is a great advantage of the web and you must encourage reader interaction by allowing comments and responding to them. You should also interact and comment on the website or blog of the original author. This can also be done on social media such as Twitter, but be careful to read the linked content before you decide to re-tweet it.

Content curation is a nice strategy for content marketing and creating nice curated content is an art. Try to follow the nine content curation best practices discussed above and you will soon be creating valuable content which your readers will appreciate.

Peter Lenkefi is the creator of CurationSoft. Discover, review, and curate content from Wikipedia pages, Google Blog Search, Google News, Blekko Blog Search and Blekko News, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr and ANY RSS feed you want!

Never Wait For Joy! by Philip E. Humbert, Ph.D

Posted January 19th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Have you ever wondered why so many of us have so little joy in our lives?

As I write this, my dog Cody, is scratching and playing in my front yard. He’s twisting and turning and rolling over, and occasionally he jumps straight up in the air, as if he’s pouncing on an imaginary mouse. And all the while, he keeps an eye on me, trying to entice me to join the fun. (Sorry, Cody, but someone has to pay for your kibble!)

You may not care how my dog entertains himself, but perhaps you should. In some ways, dogs are smarter than humans, just like children are smarter than adults.

Recently, I watched some neighbor kids, Daniel and Claire (age 3), playing in their yard. Suddenly, a flock of turkeys came out of the woods, perhaps 20 yards away. I’m not sure if the kids or the birds were more surprised, but the kids were ecstatic! They squealed, then cautioned each other with loud shushes to be quiet. “You’ll scare them away.” “No, YOU’LL scare them away!” They pointed and laughed and delighted in the moment.

Children know about wonder and joy. Last week, I got to do some work I really enjoyed up in Portland, and Mary went with me. After the work was done, we stayed a couple extra days to see the sites and enjoy each other. This week, I told my Mastermind group about the trip and an interesting thing happened. The four adults in the group paused to remind me to “take time to savor that”. We actually took it as a task to be sure I didn’t overlook the joy of those days.

Adults have to remind themselves to slow down and enjoy happiness. Wow!

I’ve been told the Buddha said that “all of life is suffering”. Now, I think the Buddha was a very smart man, and I’m sure he had something profound in mind, but on this particular point, I hope he was mistaken. Some of life should be fun!

As I talk with friends and clients, I get the impression that for most people, life is pretty stressful. The famous psychiatrist, Carl Jung, observed that “this is the age of anxiety”. I remember Ram Das becoming famous for encouraging people to “be here now”, because most of the time, most people are in a hurry to be someplace else.

Don’t do that to yourself!

Of course we live in stressful times. Yes, we are bombarded with e-mail and electronic noise, from our smartphone to television to talk radio. Sure, we are told we must “do more with less”. You can be as busy as you’d like.

But these are also times of incredible opportunity and freedom. We can sit and read any time we wish. We can go for a walk, hold hands with a lover, or play with our children more than any people in history!

During the Great Depression, my grandfather worked twelve hours a day, six days a week, for a dollar an hour. He worked dawn to dark to feed his family, and he was proud to do it. Over a billion (think of that, a BILLION!) people still live that way.

Of course working hard to accomplish important goals is a good thing! Of course the desire to provide more for your family is a good thing! I coach people to earn and accomplish more every week. No one question that! But, we must also remember that success is the journey, not the destination.

How many shoes do you have in your closet? How often so you wear them? How many cars in the garage? How often do you drive in all of them? How much stuff do you have in storage? How often do you really need to use them? How much food do you throw out every week? Ahh…we are truly rich beyond measure.

Therefore remember to have fun. We can afford that. Take time to “smell the roses”. This week, make a list of things you do for the sheer joy of it. If it’s cleaning the garage, so be it. (I love the phrase, “different strokes for different folks”.) If it’s taking your spouse out for lunch, do so. If you need a walk on a beach or a “mental health day” from work, take it! When was the last time you went to a movie in the afternoon? Or, how about dancing or taking a bubble-bath? Whatever enriches your life, schedule it. Never wait to live well!

Be kind to yourself and to someone else, and have a wonder-FULL week!

Visit Dr. Humbert’s website for over 250 pages of articles, Top 10 lists, humor, quotes, tips and tools for your success! There’s a free book on making (and keeping!) more money, and a FREE motivational newsletter. Check it out at his website!

7 Reasons Direct Mail Rocks

Posted January 19th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Direct mail is one of those mediums that is typically overlooked in the age of the almighty Internet and that’s OK with the relatively few of us still using it with great results. Here are 7 reasons you might want to consider joining the ranks of smart marketers using direct mail.

1. Extremely targeted: You can target markets by demographics or past purchases. There are compiled lists, which consist of contacts who share some similarity like living in the same zip code, belonging to the same political party, or having blue eyes. There are responders lists, which are made up of people who have responded or opted in in some way like requesting more info, filling out a warranty card, or calling from a radio or TV commercial. Then there are my favorite kind of lists. These are list of buyers of some other product or service. People on these lists have already demonstrated a willingness to buy something.

2. Super stealthy: Unlike marketing online, direct mail gives you the ability to test, grow, and build a campaign or business with very little visibility by your competitors. It

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Control and Overcorrection

Posted January 18th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

When we lose control of our automobile on a slippery road, the vehicle may start fishtailing. When this happens, we may over-correct a few times before we find the spot where control is regained.

Some of us go fishtailing through life, never quite mastering our balance and control. This doesn’t mean that we don’t proceed in the direction we wish to go. It does make the trip more harrowing and may unnerve others who are watching. There are those who actually enjoy that type of trip. Being slightly off balance may feel exhilarating or may help them focus their attention more acutely. It also may help clear a path for them as others who prefer consistency move out of the way.

When we are under stress of any kind, our bodies pick up on it and respond. Our pupils dilate, the blood pressure goes up, respiration goes up, and our ability to communicate is diminished. Yet during those times when situations feel out of control we may expect more of ourselves than usual.

Pressure has different effects on different people, as mentioned in the film “The Devil’s Advocate”.

“Pressure. It changes everything, pressure. Some folks, you squeeze them, they focus. Others fold. Can you summon your talent at will? Can you deliver on a deadline? Can you sleep at night?”

Some of us are able to focus with more intensity when we are squeezed by situations as long as we are taking action. After the crisis is over we may come unglued. Others lose focus during stressful times and may be of more assistance after the situation is over. Those in this category are a huge help by participating in cleanup and re-stabilization or by offering support.

Regardless of personal style, when out of control situations occur people may over-react and overdo attempts to correct the situation. It is similar to a pendulum. If the pendulum swings too far in one direction, it must swing equally far in the other direction before equilibrium is re-established, and so it often is with us.

One surprisingly valuable tool for restabilization is letting go. If we are overcorrecting by gripping that steering wheel and jerking it too far in the other direction, letting go or easing our grip for a second or two before making another move sometimes can help. Overwhelming feelings of anger, frustration, fear, or despair similarly can cause us to over-react or become obsessed with some sort of retaliation or retribution. This can be alleviated to some extent if we are able to try to make a conscious effort not to react but rather to respond. Easing up and letting go briefly helps us restabilize ourselves without the pendulum having to swing so far in the other direction, whether it is physical, emotional, or spiritual. This helps us control our tendency for overcorrection because it comes from an inner knowing that regardless of uncontrollable or changing situations our personal control is still our own. We still have the power to decide what we will say and do about them. The power of choice is always ours.

Anticipate a great day. It’s Yours!

Hitting the Bull’s Eye by Zig Ziglar

Posted January 17th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Somebody once said the difference between a big shot and little shot is that the big shot was the little shot who kept on shooting. There’s much truth in that witticism. The reality is, no matter what our target might be, we seldom hit it on the first try unless the target is low, which means the accomplishment and the rewards will be insignificant.

In bow shooting, experienced archers test the wind by using the first shot to judge its strength and direction, enabling them to zero in on the target with their following shots. In short, archers learn from their mistakes. That’s good advice for all of us. Success in business, athletics, science, politics, etc., seldom comes on the first effort. Walt Disney went bankrupt a number of times and had at least one nervous breakdown before he made it big. Athletic skills are acquired over a long period of time and after countless hours of practice. Authors by the hundreds can tell you stories by the thousands of those rejection slips before they found a publisher who was willing to ‘gamble’ on an unknown.

It’s more than just a clich