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Tips & Advice on Online Lead Generation For Your Home Based Business
“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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
There’s a key turning point in all entrepreneurs careers.
It’s the moment that little side business they have becomes a full time pursuit, and they drop their main source of income (their job) to focus on it.
It’s a big moment, because it means they now have a lot more time to build up their business.
But it also means the stakes just went up; now there’s no back up plan.
When I first started Googling ‘make money online’ sometime in October 2008, it was just a curiosity to me.
About 2 years ago, I was in London at the Chelsea Football Stadium putting on a 3 day marketing training event.
One of my clients walked over to me with 2 guests, and introduced them.
We became friends, and have since made many, many hundreds of thousands of dollars together.
Their names are Chris and Susan, and they are now retired and financially free. They now spend their days teaching others how to do the same.
Here’s an email from them which I thought I’d pass on to you …
Early in my career, I learned a lot of important lessons, but what I’m about to tell you today might be the most important of all.
It’s a story about the difference between peoples’ mindsets … and the astounding results (either negative or positive) which are created.
Back in 2009, I was part of an affiliate program (long before MOBE was around) for a US company which had just launched in Australia. This company had 3 main products priced at $1,755, $9,000, and $15,000
Hello from Fiji!
So here we are. 2017.
Don’t know about you, but it came around real fast for me. Feels like just yesterday I was in Kuala Lumpur on New Years eve welcoming in 2016.
If you read my last email about ‘rocks, pebble, sand and water’ then you’ll know one of rules I try to live by is;
“How you start your day, is how you finish your day.”
I hope you had a great Christmas.
Me? I went back to my parents farm. It’s a good 5 hour drive from Perth in Western Australia, in a very isolated place. The local town has a population of just 25 people! But it’s the place I grew up and still call home.