Brand New, Never Seen Before 50 PLR MEGA Package…

Posted October 14th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under MRR/PLR

Have you ever wanted to join the big guns (the gurus) and have a list of online products as long as your arm? Do you ask yourself, just how do those guys do it? Product launch after product launch, pumping product out after product earning huge revenue for basically very little work!

That’s the online lifestyle we all want to have, right?

Well now you can have all those products done for you. Yes, you to can join the ranks of the product developers and create your own profit pulling niche products within minutes from now.

How can you do this?

PLR experts Dave Nicholson and Dan Sumner, the guys at Instant Product Publisher have put together a “not to be missed”, only available for 4 days, 50 PLR MEGA package which gives you your very own INSTANT online cash generating machine!

These guys have taken all the hard work from product creation, so you don’t have to. This is insane value right here. Don’t miss this one.

5 great tips for handling customer complaints

Posted October 13th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

1. Provide FAQs: half of customer complaints are from confusion and not an actual problem.

2. Listen to what the customer wants and not what you think they should want.

3. Get your team working together: 80% of complaints are because the original request was not dealt with adequately.

4. Fix the source: assign one person to uncover the root cause of a common complaint.

5. Notify the customer when the problem has been resolved.

Source: QSCC, 4/15/14

PLR Health WizardJust to let you know about a great new resource I found. If you are in the health and wellness niche, or if you even think you might want to be, you have to check it out!

This PLR membership called PLR Health Wizard is run by a nurse practitioner who really knows her stuff. Not only are her articles right on target with accurate information but they also have links back to medical research studies and journal articles that back up the content. This transfers an incredible amount of credibility to YOU!

Gail gives you the articles, graphics, keyword research, e-books, sales pages and squeeze pages. Inside the membership are resources and video tutorials to help you build your business.

There is so much more I can’t get into it all right here, but one thing you will appreciate most is how much time you could have saved by outsourcing content writing to the passionate suppliers who can provide it at affordable prices.

The secret to winning arguments: stop arguing!

Posted October 12th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

There’s an old saying that’s very true: if you win the argument you lose the sale. Yes, you feel passionately about your product or service, and your potential customer has said something completely ridiculous.

But, warns superstar entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal, it doesn’t serve any useful purpose to get into an argument about it. “Sometimes, I have to bite my tongue,” he says. “But, I never lose my cool. I try to educate, I remain calm and never argue or become controversial. Keep it light. Another approach is to move on to discuss an area where you can agree on something.”

Source, Early to Rise, 4/17/14

Instant Niche Marketing Biz In A Box

Lots of aspiring niche marketers are searching the Internet for ways to make some much-needed extra cash, but you know how they are generally clueless about niche research and waste their time and money doing “shotgun marketing”, spraying everyone they can find with the same offers and selling nothing.

Here’s how you can help them: teach how to find hungry, low-competition niches where they can sell their products fast, cheap and easy. It’s like the old saying, give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day, show a man how to find barrels of fish to shoot and he’ll be buying ammunition from you forever.

Instant Niche Marketing Biz In A Box” is a ready-to-roll product you can sell today, and it comes with PLR. This could be the beginning of your niche coaching business.

No-Cost Affiliate Training Webinar

Posted October 11th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Affiliate Marketing

I’ve got some great news for you. JP is holding a training section you can join at NO COST! In this 1-hour ‘live’ webinar, he will share with you some of his best tactics.

He’s been among the top affiliates for now 10 years. Here is what he will cover during this free session:

– The biggest mistakes affiliate marketers are making that could cost you a fortune
– How to avoid these mistakes to profit significantly while others hemorrhage money non-stop
– Battle-tested advice from decades of affiliate marketing success
– How to make sure people buy through your link
– and much more…

5 “don’ts” for presenters

Posted October 11th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Other Stuff

The popular online lecture series TED offers these 5 common speaking mistakes that you should avoid:

– Don’t use lots of unexplained technical jargon to make yourself sound smart.

– Don’t refer to your book repeatedly.

– Don’t let everyone know how important you are.

– Don’t recite your talk from memory or sound as if you are.

– Don’t cram your slides with numerous text bullet points in multiple fonts.

Source: Chris Anderson, “How to Give a Killer Presentation,” Harvard Business Review, 6/13, p. 6

3 steps to more persuasive writing

Posted October 10th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

According to top copywriters Mark Ford and Will Newman, you can make your writing more persuasive when you follow these 3 simple steps:

1. Begin with an emotionally compelling idea…one that simultaneously feels both correct and insightful.

2. Express it clearly…if the reader cannot understand your idea, he won’t believe it.

3. Be specific…state, demonstrate, and prove your compelling idea with specific details.

This formula is so powerful and accurate, I believe virtually all A-level copy follows it.

Source: “Persuasion: The Subtle Art of Getting What You Want”, AWAI, 2014

Want some swag?

I’m talkin’ iPads, Kindle Fire’s, Mustang cars, laptops, even Lambos.

Marlon Sanders has done it again. He’s come out with a super-cool guide to help you bag the swag.

He calls it the Swag Box 7 formula based on what he’s seen his top super affiliates do over the years.

1. This is unique

Marlon uncovers and reveals a number of methods others don’t.

2. It’s credible

Not only is Marlon highly credible but he bases the methods on what he’s seen very famous super affiliates do in promoting his own prdoucts.

3. Real-world

Marlon shows many real-world examples of how he has personally used the formula for his own products AND how top super affiliates use it.

What word length is best for headlines?

Posted October 9th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

How many words in a headline? In headline tests conducted with cooperation from a big department store, it was found that headlines of 10 words or longer sold more goods than short headlines. In terms of recall, headlines between 8 and 10 words are most effective.

In mail order advertising, headlines between 6 and 12 words get the most orders. On the average, long headlines sell more merchandise than short ones.

Your headline should telegraph what you want to say in simple language. Readers do not stop to decipher the meanings of obscure headlines.

Source: David Ogilvy, “Writing Ads That Sell”, The Copywriter’s Roundtable, 4/14/14

Skip the hard work.

Posted October 8th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Graphics

Stunning Kindle Cover Templates

As someone who wants to make money online, the last thing you want to be doing is spending money where you shouldn’t have to and wasting your precious time!

Here’s the thing: creating your own product is time-consuming and it can be very expensive.

So when I found out my good friend Nathaniel Dasco was releasing some of his best Kindle book cover templates in a bundle at a super-affordable price, I just had to jump in on it!

If you don’t know already, Nathaniel is a professional graphics designer who’s done graphics for some top Internet Marketers including Mark Thompson, Valerie Duvall, Stephen Renton, Paul Barss, Russell Ruffino, Ricky Mataka, Michael Young, William Murray, Andrew James Mitchell, Daniel Lew, Mike Carraway and Alex Jeffreys.

And if there’s one thing I can say about Nathaniel’s work it’s this: his graphics are nothing short of stunning!

The clock is ticking; secure the lowest price because he is running a dime sale at just $9.99 so grab your 30 Kindle cover templates now, the price increase every sales!

Can anyone learn to be a genius?

Posted October 8th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

This awesome question was asked in Quora and I think more people deserve to read about it, so I reprint here: What patterns can be observed in the way geniuses think and behave?

Satvik Beri:

Here are a few patterns I’ve seen among the smartest people I’ve met (primarily professors or graduate students). Not saying that these are replicable, or that doing so will make you a genius, just that these patterns seem to exist:

  1. They’re extremely talented at going up and down levels of abstraction. Geniuses tend to be able to fit seemingly unrelated facts into the big picture almost instantly, and drill down to any level of detail. On a related note, when learning they tend to learn at every level of abstraction at once, rather than simply building from the bottom up or top down like most people.
  1. They make a lot of assumptions. This may seem counter-intuitive. We’ve often heard that creative thinking requires breaking existing assumptions. And this may be true, but it seems like geniuses tend to make a lot of assumptions very quickly, test their hypotheses, and then change their assumptions very slowly if it’s necessary.
  1. They come up with unique ways to compress information. A smart person might see a difficult Mathematical theorem as a connection of ten steps, whereas a genius might visualize it and see it all as one picture.
  1. They separate emotion or external thoughts from their thinking. At least in science, geniuses tend to never attach any external meaning to their thoughts-as an example, they could think about how to efficiently invade a country or release a horrible weapon without feeling phased by the image of the devastation that would involve. Similarly, they can often focus on their work no matter what they’re going through-whether it’s loud noises or personal trauma.
  1. They connect seemingly unrelated things. A genius will frequently follow a T-shaped model of learning: be an expert on one things and dabble in a lot. They will frequently get inspired by or make connections between things that are unrelated to their main research.

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A Secret List Building Method That No One Is Talking About

Some Internet marketers have referred to this list-building method as ‘the holy grail’ of list building. It is a method that is so innovative, so ingenious, and so elegant. Not only does it net more subscribers to your opt-in list, but it gets you subscribers that are much more likely to purchase whatever you are selling. Best of all, you can piggyback off of the hard work of other Internet marketers, and you don’t have to spend a dime to get these subscribers. Does this sound too good to be true? If so, just read on. You’ll find out that it’s definitely not too good to be true, and you will have no problem implementing it right away. There is no upfront setup or cost. You will be blown away by the simplicity of what has been called ‘the holy grail’ of list building.

Virtually No Other List Building Method Can Compare

It doesn’t matter what list building method you’ve tried, nothing is going to compare to this one. Are you dubious? You’ll understand why it’s far superior when you understand how it works. It’s not just how easily it nets a subscriber that makes it such a great list building method. What makes it such a great list building method is the increased likelihood that these prospects will buy what you’re selling.

You may have tried list building tactics like the following in the past:

  • Blog posting
  • Solo ads
  • Guest posting
  • AdWords
  • Forum marketing
  • Ad swaps
  • Giveaways

You may have had some success with methods like these in the past, but none of them (or any others you could come up with, read about, or get taught) will have the same speed, success, and elegance of this method.

It might sound a little bit scary, or a little bit unreal, but the results are really what matters. What is this method? Well, let’s get straight to it.

Place Links/Banners On The Paid Thank You Pages Of Other Peoples’ Product Websites

You may have heard about this method before, and you may have dismissed it or not paid enough attention to it. Let’s face it. You wouldn’t be reading this report if you were already wildly successful with your list building efforts.

Let’s go through how this method works and how you can set it up. Here’s what the method basically comes down to:

You will contact product owners of all shapes and sizes (rookie, veteran, low seller, big seller, pro, etc.). As long as someone is getting sales, they are eligible.

You will basically place your links to your squeeze pages with an opt-in subscriber box on the thank you page of their paid product.

Why does this method work so well? What are the end results of it?

It works so well because when you have an opt-in form on a paid product thank-you page, everyone who sees that opt-in subscriber page will have just bought a product. These buyers have been vetted, and these buyers have just finished making a purchase. These leads are like pure gold.

The best part about this list building system, outside of the fact that all the new subscribers will have just purchased something, is that you don’t have to do any work. As long as those squeeze page links/banners stay on product sellers’ websites’ thank-you pages, you’ll have a stream of subscribers that is effortless to maintain.

Try to get your squeeze page links/banners on as many product sellers’ websites’ thank-you pages as possible. Don’t stop at ten, 20, or 50. Keep e-mailing product owners until you’re completely exhausted. Even consider paying someone to do it for you.

These people just bought a product, and they are in a kind of “buyer” mode. That’s not the best of getting buyers, though.

There are two great parts, overall.

  1. When you send these buyers straight to your funnel, while they are still in the mode to purchase, you will have increased conversions on your current funnel.
  1. These people have already given proof that they have the ability and the desire to spend some money on a solution to the problem that is troubling them.

How Do You Do It?

  1. Decide on the offer and the angle you’re going to take.
  2. Search for product owners that have a product that is related to your offer.
  3. Get in touch with these owners with the template outlined later on in this report and then wait for your answer.
  4. If the product owners agree, then start bundling your squeeze page links/banners on their thank you page.
  5. If all hope is lost, then you can start paying for subscribers.
  6. Then, just start collecting subscribers.

Decide What Your Offer And Angle Is

Decide on what product you want to put a banner/link up for. Once the buyers click your link, they will go to that squeeze page and subscribe to your offer. If you have a sales funnel, then they will continue to buy your products/affiliate products, and you’ll make a lot of money.

Then, decide what angle you are going to take with the vendor. Work it out with them. Decide if it is going to be an unadvertised bonus, a “promised” bonus, or a “recommended product”. Talk about the approach you are going to take with the vendor. Think about how you can both benefit.

Scout For Vendors

This is the really simple part. You need to look for these vendors on the different product platforms they launch on (Clickbank, W+, etc.) or look at affiliate platforms (WarriorJV, Facebook Groups, etc.) and look for owners that are launching, have launched, or about to launch a product that is related to one of your offers or the offer you have already picked.

Contact every vendor, whether or not they make one sale a day or 100 sales a day. Those small-time sellers could always increase their sales each day, and those big- time sellers could start to see their sales dwindle. It’s better to cover your bases.

Contact The Vendors And Use A Template

You have to explain to the vendors what’s in it for them.

They won’t ever agree if it doesn’t help them in some way.

You have to stress the point that it will help them out. This is going to be a mutual exchange. Both of you are going to gain from it.

You could present their supposed advantages in the following ways:

  • You build a list, but they get to present your offer on their sales page as a bonus (that will increase their conversions because it looks like a bonus).
  • You build a list, but they get to build trust with their list (they offer them an unadvertised bonus, like a suggested product, giving them a free product).
  • You build a list but they get a percentage of each sale that their lead stream generates in your sales funnel.

You can craft a template, and then you will just fill in the blanks differently for each new vendor or offer strategy.

The template will basically talk about the offer you are giving away as a way to build your list. You will then talk about how your offer can complement their upcoming product. You will then introduce yourself and talk about your offer. You can then describe one of the three proposed benefits, or even let them make their pick of which one they think is best.

If All Hope Is Lost, Then Pay The Vendors

If all hope is lost, and the seller doesn’t want to put up a link/banner to your squeeze page for free on their thank-you page, then you can offer to pay them $50 once in exchange for 100 clicks/50 leads. Just run the test once with each vendor, and if it works, then repeat it. These leads are a lot better than other types because these people have just purchased.

Niche Website Success

Are you looking for a solid end-to-end blueprint for developing and promoting a niche website, regardless of the niche you’re in? “Niche Website Success” is for you! Lisa Irby has detailed all the important steps for getting a website up and running towards success, in an easy-to-understand manner.

There are no tricks that will get you noticed faster, but then lose ranking and client ratings a few months down the Internet road. Her leads and procedures, will serve you well, over and again for years to come. Her unique advise is; hard work and diligence, equals success and a profitable website.

Niche Website Success” comes with a workbook, with which you can write your own notes while reading through the main ebook. This is a handy feature to reference back to, as you develop your successful website. The guiding questions in the workbook will save you many hours of work and anguish, as you lay the foundation for your profitable site.

Other features:

* Google Keyword Tools (GAKT)
* How to monetize a site for success
* Become an authority on a personal subject
* You don’t have to be a programmer
* Find the problems, then build the solutions
* Google Alerts, for current keyword information
* Do the diligent keyword research for your main niche topic
* Use searches to narrow down the main site keyword and results
* Analysis paralysis, keyword research until your head throbs
* Creating an authority niche website with lots of interesting quality content
* Google Trends and Insights for Search, find a steady or upward trend
* Perform Physical Research, check results from similar niches and competition

A successful niche website is only 152 pages away! The low cost of Lisa’s ebook is well worth the wealth of information contained inside. She has several years of website building experience, both good and bad. Lisa has condensed the cream of the crop into the book: Niche Website Success. I fully support Lisa’s ideas and methods, and her informative book for anyone wanting the means to create a noteworthy and profitable website.

Are you guilty of neglecting your blog?

Posted October 2nd, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Blogging And RSS

Social Blog Blueprint

I don’t mean to make you feel bad because blogs are easy to neglect, especially if you are not seeing the results you were expecting.

However it is well worth focusing some effort on your blog as the hub of your business.

If you are going to send traffic to your blog then it is surely worth making sure that you are presenting it at its best, don’t you think?

Yes it can be hard work but the Social Blog Blueprint can help!

You may be a complete beginner or have some blogging experience, but either way, these days you need to know not only how to build a blog, but also how to make it part of your social media system.

Properly set up, your blog can be the very crucial, central hub of your business—the place where all your traffic is directed.

When that traffic gets there, make sure they are amazed at what they see!

The Social Blog Blueprint gives you 9 packed modules of information that will make sure you have a blog to be proud of.

Build An Authority Website In TWO Minutes!

Posted September 29th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Website Development

Authority Site Builder

Every Internet marketer knows that the ONE RELIABLE way to make money online is to launch a website and drive traffic to it.

You can monetize it however you want with affiliate offers, Amazon ads, AdSense etc.

So what’s the problem?

It takes time and some considerable skills to create a website.

It also takes more effort than most people are willing to put in, especially when you look at the economics of website marketing.

Usually, the people that make big money with authority websites have multiple domains running at once. Maybe 30, 40, 50—all bringing in enough passive income so that they can kick back, relax, and watch the money flow in.

How do they do it?

They’ve found a way to automate the authority site building process—a way to turn articles into complete websites quickly and easily.

It used to be a secret—but it isn’t any more.

The program they are using is called Authority Site Builder and it allows you to build a complete authority website from a set of articles in as little as two minutes.

All you need is a group of articles and Authority Site Builder will set up a complete, custom website in just a few minutes using the same software techniques that the marketing pros use.

A Valuable Lesson From Brand Marketers by Bob Bly

Posted September 28th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

A classic 1960s ad aimed at getting marketing managers to advertise their company’s products in McGraw-Hill trade journals showed a picture of a dour-faced purchasing agent. The purchasing agent challenges the reader: “I don’t know who you are. I don’t know your company. Now, what is it you wanted to sell me?”

The increasing problem I see in much digital marketing today is pitches from companies and gurus who think I should buy their consulting services, seminar, boot camp, or training…yet I have never heard of them.

So why would I think they know anything or have any interest in what they are peddling?

Obviously we are much more likely to buy from someone we know, like, and trust than from a total stranger.

Yet so much online advertising I see today is from total strangers making the arrogant assumption that I know who they are and have an interest in them and what they are selling.

In one recent e-mail, AS, a wanna-be guru, proclaimed himself to be “the world’s #1 Internet marketing coach”.

Well, unless he is Terry Dean, Fred Gleeck, Perry Marshall, or Rich Scheffren in disguise…he is most assuredly not the world’s #1 Internet marketing coach.

The fact that I have been in info-marketing for decades but have never heard of him also puts his claim on thin ice.

In this respect, digital and direct marketers can learn a thing or two from the branding people—a group we direct marketers (me included) often view with contempt, because what they do seems to be all about image and not measurable.

But as Mary Ellen Tribby reminded her readers in a recent essay, brand advertising does have one powerful benefit: it gets the prospect to remember the product and the company selling it.

Intel and IBM made billions because they had built superior brands, not because they built superior technology. You trusted the brand. IT professionals have an old saying: “Nobody ever got fired for buying an IBM computer that didn’t work.”

Solopreneurs, self-employed professionals, consultants, speakers, and info-marketers use a variation of Madison Avenue advertising some call “personal branding”.

Personal branding is a combination of self-promotion tactics designed to boost your market’s awareness of you.

These tactics can include but are not limited to: search engine optimization, writing articles, PR, webinars, white papers, e-newsletters, case studies, blogs, special reports, books, seminars, speeches, social media and many others.

The common thread of all these tactics is the central premise of personal branding, which is this: selectively disseminating how-to information on your area of expertise to your target market of potential clients or customers.

It is in essence using content marketing to establish yourself as a recognized expert in your field.

And it does work: Many of my copywriting clients have told me they had read my books and articles or heard me speak prior to hiring me. The vast majority of my info-product buyers have read my articles in these twice-weekly e-mails, Target Marketing magazine, and other publications.

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”.

Revealed: How I get massive free traffic to my sites

Posted September 28th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

Instant Traffic Mastery

I’m assuming you already know that serious money-making activities rely on one thing—TRAFFIC, right?

I’m also assuming you probably also know only too well how difficult, time-consuming and expensive it can be to consistently attract targeted, interested buyers to your offers.

So I wanted to tell you about some of the methods I’m using to drive massive, targetted traffic to my stuff, totally legally and totally free.

These techniques are how I get massive waves of REAL PEOPLE to my sites, my lead capture forms, my fan pages and my products. Without spending a dime in PPC. What could you do with that kind of traffic?

Want to create endless leads for your home business opportunity? Go for it!

Want to send tidal waves of traffic to launches or giveaways? You got it!

With these techniques you’ll be able to turbo charge your list building, your launch, your business opportunity, your offer, your blog…The possibilities are endless.

You NEED this if you want to generate leads, likes, backlinks, content shares, even thousands of dollars in sales or commissions on demand.

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Partners First, Marketing Second by Michael Clayton

Posted September 27th, 2014 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

For people thinking of starting an online business the key to success is making many friends and online contacts in advance of setting up their business. Do this by joining communities, forums and online networking and meetup groups. Join many and make lots of friends.

Do this well in advance of even selecting your online business or affiliate program. This will help you succeed as when you select and start your business you will have lots of people to send marketing material and to sell to.

Existing online businesses should do this also. Remember there will be about a 90-day delay to get a sale once you identify suitable people and actually start making sales.

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