The IM Impact/SwissMadeMarketing affiliate program is now officially launched! Why SwissMadeMarketing? You’ll see in the video below. This is the affiliate program where you can promote all of my products and all joint products I have with business partners and earn tons of money for it. And I mean that. This program was built with one goal in mind: Make it ridiculously lucrative for my affiliates. Because what’s good for my affiliates is good for me.
Check out the video below to see the recording of the launch webinar, where I explain all the details:
This post is a rant. It’s a rant about one of those things that are going on in Internet marketing that are all kinds of bad, but everybody does it because they’re all lazy and greedy and they can get away with it. What I’m talking about in this particular case is people selling products that don’t exist yet. As a customer, that’s just a slap in the face, when you are presented with a completely empty members-area, after you’ve handed over substantial amounts of your hard-earned cash.
But, instead of only complaining about it, I also offer some suggestions of what to do instead.
Check out the video below:
“Build a Mailing List” is an almost universal piece of advice given by successful marketers to aspiring marketers. Anyone who’s done any of it can attest to the effectiveness of e-mail marketing. The biggest issue with it is often getting people to sign up to your list in the first place. The two products I’m reviewing and comparing in this article, PopUp Domination and Digi List Builder, are both designed to help you with that. Both are primarily created to work with WordPress sites (although there’s also a non-WP version of PopUp Domination) and both give you a variety of options for presenting visitors to your site with you opt-in box and whatever your sign-up incentive is.
Read on to learn about how these two products are different and see which one comes out on top.
Here’s a (long) video-presentation on the topic of “Funnels”. Whether you use an autoresponder, a multi-page website, a series of content like in the typical product launch or even one-on-one follow-up with your prospects on the phone or face-to-face (in the offline world), you’re using a sales-funnel of sorts.
And if you aren’t, then your conversions probably suck…
Watch the video below to get all the details on why funnels increase conversion dramatically, how to set them up and what the essential components are, that make them work.
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:
Lately, there have been tons of big launches. And many of them have not been nearly interesting enough, from a marketing perspective, to be worthy of a Guru Popcorn episode. In today’s episode I have a look at Link Liberation 2.0. On the one hand, there is some interesting marketing stuff going on there and on the other hand, it’s about backlinks and since backlinks are kind of my thing, I almost have to comment on this product (or, as the case may be, the marketing of this product).
Check out the video below.
Here's a quick video I recorded ages ago and updated more recently, about how to avoid Newbie Traps.
What is a Newbie Trap? Watch the video to find out!
Hint: if you're just starting out and you dream of being a digital nomad or making money with your own website, you need to see this.
How long have you been in the Internet marketing game? Can you remember what it was like when you first started out? For me, it wasn’t too long ago that I was completely oblivious to this whole “make money online” world. I already had experience with offline businesses and I even had two ecommerce/online shop sites, but I was totally clueless about everything that relates to Internet marketing as we know it. I didn’t know the first thing about search engines, I didn’t know about blogging or WordPress, I didn’t know how to create a website or even a simple web-page, I didn’t know about hosting and domains and affiliate programs or anything like that.
As I was thinking abou this, I decided to make a video containing as much useful and essential information about making money online as possible, aimed at a complete beginner (basically me, a year ago). I wanted to keep it short and to the point (attention spans are short, these days), so there could only be a very limited amount of information in the video. I had to cut it down to what I believe are the most important things a newbie needs to hear.
Here’s the result and I’d love to know what you think about it:
In today’s post, I want to share a video with you and I hope that you’ll share your thoughts with me after you’ve seen it. You see, this is very much a work in progress. It’s probably one of the least planned and least professionally made videos I’ve ever published, but the subject is one that’s very important to me and about wich I just needed to share some thoughts.
What it really comes down to is that I’m working on finding a way to bring good, solid marketing skills and authenticity, honesty and integrity together in my marketing messages. Watch the video below to see exactly what I’m on about:
In today’s review, we take a look at Premium Squeeze Page Templates, which is – you guessed it – a collection of squeeze page templates. There is more to this package than initially meets the eye, however and in the following review and accompanying videos, I want to show you exactly what you can expect from this product and also give you some examples and walkthroughs for how to use the templates.
Read on to get the full details.
WP Syndicator is a WordPress plugin which, you guessed it, syndicates your content. What does that mean, in practice? The plugin takes an excerpt of a new post, adds a “read more” link and publishes that on several free blogging platforms like Blogger.com and tumblr.com. It also sends tweets to twitter and other micro-blogging platforms. The end-effect of this is that you can instantly build a bunch of backlinks to each new post you create and also get some decent click-through traffic (depending on how active and involved you are on twitter and the other micro-blogging services). This review features two videos detailing the plugin and one heck of a good reason why you should get it.
Note: SEOLinkVine has now re-opened. The stats in the post have been updated to what they were on June 18, 2010.
SEOLinkVine is a recently launched, new article network run by Brad Callen. I have been testing this network since shortly before the official launch and by now, I have gathered enough data and gotten a good enough impression of the system for an initial review.
I am not going to go into great detail about what an article network is, if you want to know more about the basics of that, please check my blog networks post.
Alright, now let’s find out whether SEOLinkVine is worth it or not…