You've got a serious problem. Yes, you.
The problem is that your copywriting is terrible. And bad copywriting touches every aspect of your business. It makes it more difficult to sell things, it makes it more difficult to get traffic, it makes it more difficult to build an audience.
In short: poor copywriting is an obstacle on every step of the way, when you're trying to grow an audience and an online business.
Today's post is the fastest intervention I can offer, to help you solve this problem.
Today, I'm turning my usual approach on its head.
What I normally do is test out different tools, systems and ideas in my own business and life and then report here (in articles and videos) what worked and didn't work for me.
Today, I'm inviting you to join me in my role of being a guinea pig for a new idea. I'm sharing a simple tool that I've developed to make me more productive in 2018, so you can start using it as well, right away.
As you'll see, it's perfectly suited for the start of a new year, which is why I wanted to give you the opportunity to join me in a year-long experiment.
Did you know that there’s one single factor that you can look at to predict an individual’s future success with astonishing accuracy?
That means that if you asked me to predict how successful a starting entrepreneur will be, I’d only want (and need) to know one single thing about them.
I’ll tell you exactly what that factor is (and back it up with science). But first, let me show what it has to do with online videos.
We’ve come a long way in the AdSense Challenge and I hope you’ve started seeing some good results. Today, I want to share a valuable resource with you (particularly if you didn’t get the AdSense 100K Blueprint yet) and talk about the “must-have” types of backlinks, for your off-page SEO to really have an effect. But first, let me talk about an asset that is far more important than any link-building tool or strategy could ever be.
In part one of the AdSense challenge, we picked keywords and created some initial content on a new site. Now, it’s time we get Google to notice us and start promoting the site.
Before I get to the tasks for the second part of the challenge, a quick note on my own progress: