Selling products or services is the basis of any serious online business and when you set out to start one, you soon face a big obstacle: what should you use, to handle all the technical stuff?
Things like collecting payments, delivering your digital products, managing customers and members, etc.
What you need is a product delivery solution. But which one is right for your business?
In this article (warning: it’s loooong), I go into detail about product delivery, talk about which solutions are good, which are bad and what you should consider for your own products and membership sites.
I’ll also give you a detailed run-down of some of the platforms I have personally had a close look at: aMember Pro, Digital Access Pass (DAP), EasyMemberPro, FusionHQ, Kajabi, Nanacast, Premium Web Cart and SiteManPro.
Read on to learn pretty much everything you need to know about product delivery and membership sites, all in one post.
Membership sites or continuity programs (same thing) are very popular among Internet marketers. In certain circles it’s almost mandatory to have some type of continuity program to add as an upsell to whatever the latest product is, that you’re launching. And of course, there are also tons of product about how you can get incredibly rich by creating membership sites.
But among all the noise, what is actual fact, when it comes to the membership site model? To find out, I decided to create a survey.
Here are the results:
Now that we’ve gotten the inside scoop on Kajabi, it’s time for my “final” verdict. It isn’t really final, as the product will keep evolving and there are some open questions I have yet to find any answers to.
As you can tell by the title, I’m not exactly recommending Kajabi. However, I want to make it clear that I don’t mean to bash the product unreasonably and i do think that it has some absolutely phenomenal features. But I’m guessing there are already enough “reviews” out there, that will tell you all about how great Kajabi is…
Read on to see what the two biggest problems with Kajabi are…
The “Internet Marketing Advantage” or IM-Advantage is a membership site run by Steve Clayton and Tim Godfrey. They are two marketers who have been hugely successful with a series of products ranging from the original Commission Blueprint to their recent big launch of Info Prodigy. They are among the few marketers who actually create high-quality products (and not just fluff) and have amassed quite a following and gained a lot of respect in the community.
So, what is their membership about and is it worth the price of admission? Read on to find out.
Today, I can proudly present yet another great interview (I’m really having a blast doing these)! Mark Lyford shares his dramatic “rise-and-fall” story and tells us what he did to go from zero to generating about $5000 per month with his online business in a matter of just a few months. And as you’ll see, he’s not stopping anytime soon!
Check out the audio below and further down, I’ve listed and described all of the relevant links to sites we talk about during the interview. Enjoy!
A few days ago, Darren Rowse (Pro Blogger), Chris Brogan (Trust Agents), Sonia Simone and Brian Clark (both Copyblogger) launched a new membership site called “The Third Tribe”. You’ve probably heard of it, since it made something of a splash.
This post is not another Third Tribe rant. Others have already done that better than I ever could. If you take just one thing from this post, let it be this: Go to Griz’s Third Tribe review and read it. It makes a more than excellent case and is very much worth reading.
If you take another thing from this post, then it’s a clearer and less biased overview of Internet marketing “tribes” that follows below:
If you’re new to affiliate marketing and have been looking around for some information and guidance, it’s quite likely you’ve come across some promotions and recommendations for Wealthy Affiliate, sometimes also referred to as the Wealthy Affiliate University (WA or WAU). WA is a membership site that aims to be a launching platform for Internet marketing, offering lots of learning material, an active community as well as research tools and more.
Does Wealthy Affiliate deliver or is it just a newbie trap? Read this complete review to find out.