Unexpected divorce (short story + lesson)

Unexpected divorce (short story + lesson)

Hey, “Income-On-Demand” – I first heard those words in 2009 on one of the first info products I ever bought. It was one of Dan Kennedy’s products, and he was telling the story of how after almost 20 years of marriage, he went through an unexpected divorce. Very quickly, half his assets within 18 months. How?  Because he had the best type of asset you can have; you’re own highly responsive list. Out of all the asset classes you could be involved in, your list truly is in a class of its own. Personally I invest in a few different asset classes. I have a decent collection Gold Bullion coins. Some commercial office property… the new MOBE resort in Costa Rica… and a few other pieces of land. I have money in the stock market, mostly in the form of index funds in Australian shares, through Vanguard. Also a decent amount in cash (which earns me practically nothing, yet allows me to take advantage of opportunities fast). But out of all these assets I have, there’s one asset which is worth far, far more. My list. Like Dan says, it allows you create ‘Income-On-Demand.’  You can take 45 minutes to write an email, send it out to your list, and have money show up the same day. Very few asset classes can do that.  I certainly can’t do that with my American Eagles.  Nor with the index funds, or a piece of land. My advice to you, whether you and I ever do business with each other, is that you start building your own list now. It’s something you should be working at...
Getting more juice out of the lemon

Getting more juice out of the lemon

Hey, So the first thing they tell you when you go in search of a few extra dollars online, is you must “learn how to promote other people’s offers as an affiliate.”  That is, learn how to drive traffic to a website. Some of the people who click end up buying… and you get paid. Next, they tell you to start building a list.  A list of email addresses which you can email at any time, and produce ‘income-on-demand.’ What usually happens though for most, is somewhere between the 0 – 3,000 email subscriber count, email marketing can be very ‘hit and miss.’ Some days you’ll get the odd sale.  But then you can go for weeks… with nothing. Nada. Zilch! And it can be very frustrating.  I remember being at this stage somewhere myself, back in 2010. Thankfully I didn’t give up, and over the years that same email list has now grown to close to 1,000,000 subscribers! But don’t be too impressed by that. Most of those 1m subscribers are unengaged or completely unresponsive.  This is natural for all lists.  As the list ages, people lose interest, change email addresses, etc… so responsiveness goes down. These days when I email my main list, I’m reaching out to about 300,000 people in the ‘responsive segment,’ and I might get about 20,000 opens. Anyway, lets get back to that early stage of list building where you’re between 0 – 3,000 leads. At a mastermind I did recently I brought one of our attendees up on stage who was having this problem, and he asked: “Matt, I’ve got this list of 3,000 email addresses,...
Did you get this guide yet?

Did you get this guide yet?

Hey, It’s LIVE! You can now get WiFi Millionaire right here. I’ve put a lot of effort into writing this guide, and I know you’re going to get a LOT out of it. As you’re reading this, you’ll be shown how to model my million dollar strategies to bring in more online leads and sales, from anywhere in the world, as long as you have a WiFi connection. These last 6 years I’ve been able to generate over $150 million (I didn’t get to keep all of it of course!). During that time, I’ve traveled the world working virtually from tropical locations like Fiji, Costa Rica, Cancun, and the Caribbean islands.  As long as I had my WiFi connection, I could bring in money. You can do the same, and my new book will show you how. Claim Your Copy Here! Talk soon,...
WiFi Millionaire

WiFi Millionaire

Hey, Here’s a common question I get all the time … “If I want to start an online business and have no prior experience, and I’m not naturally good at the technical side of things—can I really do this?” First of all, lets be very clear. We are not in the coding, or website building, or even internet marketing business. We are actually in the direct response marketing business. Internet marketing is just one channel we can use to reach our audience, and make sales. So no. You DO NOT need knowledge about building websites, or how to set up email auto-responders, or how to create up lead capture pages to be ridiculously successful with your own online business. Those things can come in handy, but it’s very easy to find others to do that for you (I have not built a lead capture page in close to 3 years). There are plenty of people in this industry who are affiliates—meaning they promote other people’s stuff for commissions—and they don’t know anything about internet marketing. But they still make plenty of money. I know of a husband and wife team down in Sydney, Australia who’ve been affiliates of MOBE for a few years, and wouldn’t have the slightest clue how to place a Facebook ad. They’ve generated over $200,000 in commissions so far. They will tell you themselves they suck at the technical side of the business. But they are incredible when it comes to taking a semi-interested lead and turning that person into a buyer. They’ll do it on the phone, face to face, on Facebook chat, or...
Forget evolutions. How to create REVOLUTIONS in your industry…

Forget evolutions. How to create REVOLUTIONS in your industry…

Hey, Have you ever known someone who always has incredible ideas for making money, or making changes in their business to take things to the next level? The greatest entrepreneurs in the world all have this ability; to out-think and out-innovate their competitors. When I was first starting MOBE, it was coming up with those big ideas which really got us the initial momentum. Back in those days, I’d fall to sleep listen to my Dan Kennedy audios. In one of his lessons he said that as a business owner, you can look around at what everyone else in your niche is doing to get your ideas.  And this is what most do. Before you know it, everyone is copying each other, and you have an entire industry of look-alike business’s. But every so often a business will come along with entirely new, innovative ideas which completely change the rules of the game. Like what Uber did to the Taxi business. Or what Airbnb did to the Hotel industry. Or what iTunes did to the music industry (and what Spotify did to iTunes). One of the greatest transformations took place in the restaurant industry more than half a century ago, and that was… The invention of the “Drive-Thru.” When you think of a Drive-Thru window, you probably see images of McDonald’s. But the first business to have a drive through option was not a restaurant at all—it was the City Center Bank in Syracuse, New York, which opened a drive-through in 1928 for the convenience of busy bank customers. It wasn’t until 1948 that a restaurant used a Drive-Thru. The In-N-Out Burger’s first restaurant,...