How School Could Have Ruined You for Business

How School Could Have Ruined You for Business

In a traditional education you are taught there is ONE right answer.

Remember multiple choice tests? You were told that “C” was the right answer and “A” “B” and “D” were wrong.

But what if there is a “E”, an “F” or even several hundred different possibilities?

Nope. According to school, there is always ONE right answer.

It makes grading tests a lot easier, plus it trains people to follow orders from bosses who always know the one right answer.

And it’s all bull****.

In business there can be MANY right answers. But since we are trained to think there is only one, we stop looking when we find the first answer that can work.

Never mind that there are another hundred solutions out there, and more than half of them are far better than the first one we found.

Just because you think you have the right answer doesn’t make it the best solution. Keep looking. KEEP LOOKING. Be open to solutions that are even better than the first one you discovered, because they are out there.

You use the same membership software that 80% of other marketers use. You stop looking for membership software because you already have the solution.

But another gal keeps looking for something better, and she finds a membership software that works twice as good at retaining subscribers. Not content to simply use it, she buys the fledgling little company for peanuts, teams up with a programmer and relaunches the software under their new name, making a fortune.

You’ve been told that emailing your list too often is bad and pisses people off and makes them unsubscribe. So you email once a week and you earn an okay living, never questioning if there is a better solution.

Some young kid hears the ‘rules’ about emailing too often but he wants money to come to him faster. He wants a better solution. So he sends out an email every six hours, 7 days per week. That’s 28 emails per week. 20% of his subscribers get mad and leave. 70% buy something every once in a while. And 10% buy every single thing he promotes because they love him and trust him. In three years he’s made enough money to buy a castle in Scotland. He found a better solution.

Business is ambiguous and even illogical. Rules aren’t just made to be broke; oftentimes they don’t even apply.

For example, you follow all the ‘rules’ to create a viral campaign that costs you a small fortune and it fails miserably. Someone else creates a stupid 20-second video that follows no rules of marketing or business, and they get a million hits in two days and sell $100,000 in product.

Here’s something they don’t teach you in school: Rules don’t apply to everyone. In fact, they only apply to those who choose
to follow them.

When you think in a certain way or when you grab the first solution you find, you are putting constraints on yourself that don’t need to be there.

If you have a hard time with the concept that there are no rules (we’re not talking laws here – that’s something else) then try this:

Rules are MEANT to be broken.

Read a handbook on how to do anything. Realize that the person who wrote it is giving you the rules they followed, the rules that worked for THEM. These rules may or may not work for you. You are a different person, likely in a different niche, having a different set of priorities and ideas and products and customers.

Their rules might be helpful but they are not gospel.

Rules are meant to be broken. I’m going to keep telling you that until it starts to sink in, because I realize I’m going against everything your teachers taught you.

Even your rules are mean to be broken. Your own rules, including ones you’re not even aware of, are a weird mash of your own experiences and beliefs. They come from your schooling, your parents, your friends, your beliefs and your experiences.

Break your own rules and see what happens. Contrary to what Sunday school teachers told you, the world will not stop spinning and the earth won’t swallow you in a fiery pit of sulfur.

You’ve been holding yourself back your entire life and it’s time to just STOP it. Question everything. Question why you do what you do, question your choices, question your methods, question your beliefs.

It’s a major shift in thinking that can take you from mediocre to massive success in a very short time.

And at the very least, it’s a lot more fun when you remove the constraints and start acting like rules are merely suggestions and not law.

Remember this and even tattoo it on the back of your hand: First solutions are seldom best solutions and rules are meant to be broken.


4 Difficult Discussions that Increase Conversions | Try Out Yourself

4 Difficult Discussions that Increase Conversions | Try Out Yourself

As marketers we like to talk about all the good stuff while hoping prospects don’t think about or see the ‘bad’ stuff.

You know… things like cost, problems, competition and lousy reviews.

And yet, if we get up the guts to have these conversations with our prospects, we get to take control of the situation and more often than not we can make sales that otherwise never would have happened.

Lousy Reviews: Let’s say your prospect is on the verge of buying but still has a little bit of hesitation. They decide to check your reviews, and lo and behold there’s a negative one left by a hideous troll intent on ruining your business.

Okay, maybe the troll was sincere in what they said, which of course is even worse.

Your ‘almost customer’ reads the review and marvels at how close they came to making a mistake by buying your product, and you’re out a sale.

But what if you had done two things prior to this point in the sales process? What if you had taken care of that upset customer, made whatever was wrong, right again, and turned them into one of your best advocates? If an angry customer is sincere in their disgruntlement and not just playing you, then this is your chance to go above and beyond and turn them into your best friend, or at least someone who removes negative reviews and brags about your stellar customer service.

Once you’ve accomplished that, here’s what you do next: Write about it. From start to finish, from bad to good, tell the story of what happened that made the customer unhappy and how you fixed it. Yes, this is uncomfortable, but it also shows prospects that when something goes wrong, you make it right.

That prospect who would otherwise have found the negative review now finds a review extolling how you fix problems or she reads your post on what happened. Either way, you’ve saved an untold number of future sales.

Cost: Your product costs twice as much as anything else on the market. As soon as prospects comparison shop, you’re dead in the water unless you take action before this happens.

The best option is to position your product in such a way that you have NO competition. You are in a class of your very own and there is nothing else out there that compares.

If you can’t do this, then at least write a post or two on why your product is light years better than anything else.

The point is to deal with the price issue head on. Do not hope upon hope that your prospects will never look around to see what other options they might have. If you stick your head in the sand on the price issue, you will miss out of sales.

Competition: Setting price aside, there’s also the comparison of your product versus your competitor’s product. Instinct might tell you to either NEVER talk about the competition, or to trash them if you do. Both options are wrong and will cost you sales.

Instead, praise your competition whenever possible while making it clear that as good as they are – and they are good – you and your product are even better for ‘X’ number of reasons. A great way to illustrate this is a chart showing everything that you provide versus what the competition provides.

If you can’t make a chart that shows how you provide far more value than anything else on the market, it might be time to rethink your product. If you can’t add features and benefits, maybe you can focus on targeting one certain market and doing it incredibly well. For example, your competition helps small business owners with marketing. You, on the other hand, are THE expert on flooding restaurants with new and repeat business. They’re the ‘every business’ guy, and you’re the restaurant guy. Who is a restaurant owner going to trust more? And for that matter, who will the restaurant owner pay more for their services, the restaurant expert or the jack of all businesses?

Problems: I guarantee there are not just problems you solve, but also problems you create.

I’m sure you’re already talking about the customer’s problems and how your product solves those problems. That’s marketing 101. But you also need to address the problems of your product as well.

Let’s say you’ve got a terrific software program that does everything the customer could want, but the interface looks completely outdated and clunky. Yes, that is the next thing on your list to update, but you’re afraid that if you show prospects a demo of your software, they will think your entire system is outdated based on appearance.

This is something you need to talk about right up front. Go ahead and tell them that yours is the best software out there with the ugliest interface because you have spent all your time and resources where it counts and not on window dressing.

Let them know you’ll be jazzing up the interface in the next quarter, and once you do, new subscribers will be paying more for it. But when they subscribe to the software now they get the BEST solution to fix their problems at a discount just because it hasn’t gone through its beautification cycle yet.

Not covering these uncomfortable topics can erode trust and bite into your sales. But speaking openly and upfront about things like price, competition, poor reviews and challenges can save your sales and make you the provider people like and trust.


Internet Marketing Shorties | Keeping Up To date On the Latest News

Internet Marketing Shorties | Keeping Up To date On the Latest News


3 Step Profits: Watch News – Deploy Report – Make Money

Here is a simple little case study that you can employ in almost any niche.

This gal I know writes simple little reports that are evergreen. Example topics might be:

  • How to build a sales funnel using other people’s products
  • How to build a Facebook Group of 3,000 in 60 days and earn $10,000 a month
  • How to build a simple membership site and get 25 new members every month, regardless of price

You get the picture, but again, this could work in almost any niche. The reports are purposely generic when she writes them and the content is evergreen, meaning it does not need a lot of updating in months and years to come.

Then she watches to see what is happening in the news. Maybe Google has an SEO update, or there is a huge launch for a list building product, or it’s reported that Facebook fan pages aren’t working as well as they used to… it doesn’t really matter.

When she sees a news item she wants to capitalize on, she pulls out the appropriate report and customizes it to the situation. For example, it’s reported that Facebook advertising is becoming more difficult or expensive, so she updates her report on Bing advertising. Some big name is launching a $1000 product on building funnels, so she gets out her funnel report and so forth.

She changes the title to suit the situation. Google is acting up and marketers are afraid their incomes are in jeopardy? She will re title her traffic report to something like, “How to Dump Google and Build a Steady Stream of Buyers from Instagram.” Then she will tailor the report to sell a $500 Instagram marketing course. She will sell the report or give it away, depending on her goal.

Often the reports are relaunched to go with a major product launch, and other times it’s to help people with a change in marketing.

In some cases, she is deployed essentially the same reports a half dozen times with different headlines and different end goals.

Sometimes she is just list building, sometimes promoting a specific product (and list building) and sometimes she is simply selling the report (and list building.)

I could try to make this sound more complicated, but that’s really all there is to it. The key is to watch the news and figure out how you want to monetize whatever change or ‘crisis’ is in the air. Speed is paramount, and since 95% of the writing is already done, she can see the first report of some new development on Monday evening and have the new report out Tuesday morning.

All you need is a stack of generic reports that can be tweaked and adapted to generate income on the back of the latest hot topic or industry change.

An Underhanded but Highly Profitable Method

I’m not endorsing what I’m about to reveal.

But I’m also not going to judge (much). Instead, I’ll simply report on this method and let you decide for yourself.

For all I know there are hundreds of marketers doing this, but I only know of one person and frankly I got this info second hand from someone who used to help him do this, so take that into consideration.

This is clever. Maybe a bit diabolical. And not necessarily an entirely bad thing for all involved.

There’s this bloke who buys extensive PLR material. We’re talking entire courses with a dozen PDF s and another dozen videos and so forth for several hours of material. If there are videos, then he gets those transcribed so he has written copy.

You can think of plenty of topics in online marketing that have PLR courses as well as other niches, too.

Then he records himself ‘teaching’ these products over many sessions. As I understand it, he is basically reading the material with his own adlibbing thrown in for good measure.

So far that’s not too dodgy. You can usually re purpose PLR as you see fit without breaking any rules.

But here’s where it gets sketchy: He pretends he is doing a LIVE group coaching call for each of these sessions. He starts out with, “Welcome to the call” and other stuff to make it sound like this was a live call with real coaching clients listening in for high paid group sessions.

Once he’s got all these ‘calls’ recorded, he sells the entire product as a course with a high price tag that is justified because the people who were originally on the call paid hundreds or maybe thousands of dollars to be there.

Then he releases the recordings at a ‘bargain price’ which is still much higher than the price of a regular course.

The teaching itself might be great – I don’t know. But you have to admit, claiming these were live group coaching calls people paid top dollar for is… highly questionable.

If he were to justify what he’s doing, I’m sure he would say that the more people pay, the more likely they are to use the info. Hopefully he’s a good teacher and his students are profiting from this. Personally, I think its fine to record PLR and I suppose it’s okay to call it your own if you bought the right to it. But I’m not at all crazy about claiming people paid big bucks to be on these live calls when it’s pure malarky.

Anyway, I just thought you should know.

How One Little Notebook Can Double Your Income

Anytime and every time you do anything in your business, write it down.

Found a new resource? A new shortcut? A new market? Had a brilliant idea? Or even a crazy idea? Write it all down.

If you try something and it works, write it down. If it didn’t work, write that down, too.

It doesn’t matter what your niche is. The point is to keep track of everything you do in your business.

Then when something pays off big, you have three options:

1: Follow the steps in your notebook to duplicate your success over and over again.

2: Hire an outsourcer to follow the steps to duplicate your success for you while you focus on building even more income streams.

3: Use your notes to create teachings (books, courses, membership sites, etc.) to duplicate your success. This is an entirely new income stream to go with the other income you’re making.

If you’re teaching others how to duplicate your success, be sure to also tell them what didn’t work so they can learn from your mistakes instead of making their own.

Do you already have a solid method that’s working for you, but you didn’t take notes? You can still go back and do some investigation to recreate what you did that’s working so well.

Your payment processor records your income. Cross check that with emails you’ve sent out and campaigns you’ve run to see what worked best.

Check the Wayback Machine to find out what copy you were using on which site on any particular date. Check your Clickbank, JVZoo and other accounts to see when things were working well and investigate to find out what you were doing.

It’s like being your own Big Brother, only this way you get to profit yet again by duplicating your successes and teaching others to do the same.

9 Stats to Remind You Why Content Marketing WORKS

Paid advertising is great because once you’ve got ads and a funnel that works, you can turn on the switch anytime you’re willing to spend money to make money.

But content marketing is still important, and some would argue that in the long run it’s far more valuable than paid advertising.

1. When you compare content marketing with paid search, content marketing gets three times the leads per dollar spent. This is huge, but remember to factor in your time when creating content.

2. Effective content marketing generates over three times as many leads as outbound marketing and yet it costs 62% less. Of course, a proven outbound campaign is generally easier and less work intensive to run, so you’ve got to weigh your options.

3. In 1984, a person saw an average 2,000 ads/day. By 2014, they saw around 5,000. Which means they pay attention to very few ads, thanks to ad overload. Content marketing is the ultimate work-around, coming in under their radar and building trust in a way that no advertising can.

4. Almost half of 18- to 49-year-old people get their news and information online – and those numbers are growing. People 50 and older are no slouches when it comes to the internet, either. Think of how many people you know who aren’t online. Personally, I know of one. Just ONE. And her husband is online, so even she is reachable if you can get his attention.

5. Small businesses with blogs get 126% more lead growth than small businesses without. You can teach businesses how to blog, or even set up a blogging service for them.

6. After reading recommendations on a blog, 61% of U.S. online consumers made a purchase. Have you got a blog yet?

7. Content marketing rakes in conversion rates six times higher than other methods. SIX times. That’s hard to even fathom.

8. The most effective SEO technique? Content creation. This is real content that helps people. “Have you got a leaky roof? Here are 10 reasons your roof might be leaking and 5 ways to repair a leaky roof yourself. Would you like help to find the leak? Call us for a free inspection because we’re here to help.” It’s no wonder why content like that will be more effective than an ad screaming, “BUY YOUR NEXT ROOF FROM US!”

9. Businesses publishing 16-plus posts a month get almost 3.5 times more traffic than businesses publishing zero to four articles. Publish or perish, they say, and it’s true.

Paid advertising has its place. But if you also have a continuous stream of quality content to share with your audience, you’ll build trust and gain business that simply cannot be achieved in any other manner.

How a Simple “Thank You” Payed $30,000 in one Afternoon

I have a coaching client who has done fairly well building his online business. He’s got a funnel set up that is totally automated and makes a decent income, and it works like this:

He runs ads to send traffic to a squeeze page where visitors opt in to get a freebie. Then the autoresponder sequence kicks in and sends people to various sales pages where he makes money.

The whole thing is automated so that he never has to personally contact a customer.

And because of that, he was losing a ton of money. In fact, I just about had to wrestle him to the floor to convince him to take the next step…

…personal contact. I instructed him to personally contact each person who purchased any product over $95 and thank them.

He was to also casually mention his coaching program, too. Actually, he didn’t yet have a coaching program, so I first had to convince him to add a coaching program and then convince him to contact customers to say thank you.

I instructed him to be super nice and not at all salesy on the phone. He was to thank them profusely for their purchase, let them know how important they are and gently inquire about their goals. And he was to tell them about his coaching course just so they were aware of it for a later date when they were ready to move to the next level.

I told him to be warm and kind, to be genuine and to not sell.

The entire idea was to make his customers feel valued and to offer personal help should they need it.

The first time he finally did this and much to his total and complete shock, he signed up 5 coaching clients the same day at $1,000 apiece.

That was almost a year ago. Today he called and said he was doing his weekly ‘thank you’s’ to his best customers and he signed up 6 clients to his coaching program.

By the way, did I mention that he now charges $5,000 for the program? Yup, that’s right – $30,000 in one afternoon just for saying “thank you.”

So You DON’T Want Me to Read Your Page??

Today when I visited a website for the first time, a pop-up offered me a cool freebie. Once I entered my email address, the page rolled over to an offer for a $7 product.

Pretty normal funnel so far, right?

But here’s the thing – the sales page for the $7 offer consisted of white text on a hideous, eye-injuring yellow background.

They did an EXCELLENT job of ensuring I would click away from the page as fast as possible.

And I bet they wonder why their conversions are so lousy.

Have you taken a look at your pages from your visitor’s point of view? If they’re not pleasing to the eye and super easy to read, then it’s time to make some changes.

I see artsy-fartsy looking sites all the time. Medium gray font on a light gray background because someone said it’s in style. Light gray font on a white background. Tiny font that makes me squint. Blaring colors and little videos that follow me around the page and won’t let me focus on the content. Pop-ups with no clear way to get rid of them. Social media buttons that cover the first inch of text on the left margin. Headers that take up half the page.

I could understand if these mistakes were being made in 1995, but we’ve now had over two decades to get these things right.

Any time you have to decide between being artsy and making your site easy for your visitor to navigate and engage, I suggest you error on the side of the visitor.

How to Lose a Customer Forever

I bought something this week from an Ebay style of website called Mercari. I expected to get what I saw in the photos of the listing – pretty reasonable expectation, right?

It was supposed to be 3 identical items, which was exactly what I wanted and needed. Yet when I received them, there was one of the items I ordered and two that were similar but different. I was not pleased.

I left a review gently pointing out this discrepancy and stating that maybe the seller simply made a mistake. Certainly, it wasn’t intentional, right? I errored on the side of being nice and understanding.

That was a mistake.

The seller promptly sent me a scathing message letting me know that it was MY FAULT that I did not ASK them ahead of time if they were going to do something devious like switch out 2 of the 3 products.

Yup. You read that right. According to them it was my job to interrogate them on their intentions prior to buying, rather than assume they were upstanding business people who would do the right thing.

I found a couple of lessons here that I can use, and maybe you’ll find them helpful, too.

First, is there something I should be telling my prospects before they buy? Since I never want my customers to have a bad experience, what else do I need to tell them so that they’re not blindsided?

Second, how I respond to a customer’s complaint is everything. Had this person simply acknowledged they screwed up and apologized, I would still have felt fine about it. Stuff happens.

But to turn around and say it’s the customer’s fault for not catching them in a lie prior to the transaction, well…

Needless to say I have blacklisted them forever.


Up to Date Internet marketing News | At Your Fingertips

Up to Date Internet marketing News | At Your Fingertips

Mailchimp Adds New Marketing Automation Platform

If you’re not using Mailchimp, you might be surprised at just how much it can do for a small business.

While Mailchimp began as just another email marketing service and platform for businesses, it has now expanded into the marketing automation space.

In the last few years, Mailchimp has added a website builder, basic online store function, digital ad support, and analytics tools, in its attempt to become a one-stop-shop for small businesses and entrepreneurs with digital marketing.

Because of these changes, Mailchimp now gives small businesses the power to compete with more sophisticated (but potentially cost-prohibitive) marketing automation solutions.

And now Mailchimp announces a new line of tools that are artificial intelligence (AI)-based to further help small business owners become better marketers.

The new AI tools include:

  • Personalized product recommendations for shoppers
  • Forecasting tools for behavioral targeting (to see which users are most likely to buy something)
  • AI-backed tool to help businesses design their own visual assets
  • A tool to help businesses write better email subject lines
  • A tool that helps businesses improve their email campaign performance

Facebook Kills ‘<20% text in image’ Rule

Facebook has removed the 20% text limit on ad images.

The long-standing rule had been shifted to less stringent over the years, with this week marking their complete abandonment of the 20% text rule. Media buyers in Facebook’s platform began to notice recently a big change: their images were no longer being disapproved for a lot of text.

Ryan Reynolds has 7 Marketing Lessons for You. Seriously.

Ryan Reynolds, the famous actor and creative guy behind some of the most memorable ads in the past couple of years, shares some of his insights with Adweek’s creativity and innovation editor David Griner during their Brandweek digital event.

The 7 lessons, summarized, are:

  • Less bureaucracy allows for more creativity.
  • To be a good marketer, be a consumer first.
  • Authenticity always triumphs.
  • Speed is good, too.
  • Accountability matters.
  • Celebrity status isn’t everything.
  • Consumers are tiring of endorsers.

Infographic from AdSense Answers Your Questions

Are you using AdSense? Or just thinking about it? Google has released this infographic to answer your most pressing questions, such as how you can stay on their good side and what to do if (Uh-oh!) you receive a policy violation notice.

Reddit Launches Ad Inventory Types to Give Advertisers More Control

Reddit is working to earn your advertising dollars, launching three new tiered ad inventory options.

Facebook Launches ‘Facebook Business Suite’

This is an all-in-one Facebook and Instagram management tool, focused on making it easier for you to manage your Facebook and Instagram presences from a single platform.

Searching for Usable Images on Google Just Got Tricky

Google quietly removed the “labeled for reuse” and “labeled for reuse with modifications” options from Image Search. While the filter options and subsequent images are now gone from search, Google has added a Creative Commons license option.

As a reminder, Creative Commons images are free to use, provided that you credit the user and link back to them — a change from “labeled for reuse” licenses which could be used without attribution.

Many digital marketers relied on that little tag to find images eligible for legal use in marketing content efficiently. Now, we have to go through more effort to properly find and source images for our content. On top of that, you may see some fluctuations in your rankings as this new change goes into effect.

Google Update: Your Visitors Can Now See if Your Forms Aren’t Secure

Are your website forms secure? If you don’t immediately know the answer to that question for your company website, consider this big news from Google a wake-up call.

Google Ads Update Now Hiding Data

Google Ads has quietly started removing data from the search terms report. Although this may not sound like a huge deal for digital marketers, it has the potential to cause trouble when it comes to reporting of clicks, return on ad spend and more.

The update was released via a notification in your Ads account, that can easily go unnoticed.

Microsoft Launches 2 Screen Phone

Microsoft is back in the smartphone business with its new Duo. Now your customers can watch your YouTube video while visiting your squeeze page, visit your website while on your webinar and pretty much do any two things at once.

While the price tag is currently high, if this catches on we can expect other companies to follow suit, thereby lowering the price in a year or two.

This can take mobile marketing to an entirely new level as marketers discover ways to make it work for their businesses.

My only question is why didn’t someone invent this sooner?

Innovation in a Crisis: Why it is More Critical than Ever

Despite the pandemic’s economic consequences, McKinsey & Co. research suggests that most leaders think this time of change and reinvention can be a boon to their businesses. More than three-quarters of business owners told the research giant the crisis will create “significant” new opportunities for growth. Revealing that blessing in disguise boils down to meeting the market’s changing needs.


Relationship Recurring Billing Programs on Clickbank | Best Programs for Recurring Income

Relationship Recurring Billing Programs on Clickbank | Best Programs for Recurring Income

Don’t you just love programs where you make the sale once and get paid over and over again?

These are the highest paying recurring billing affiliate programs on Clickbank in the relationship niche. Even during a pandemic, relationship info is HOT and people will pay top money to discover the secrets to having and keeping a relationship. The ‘average re bill’ amounts you see below are straight from Clickbank, and I have to admit the first one knocked my socks off. $2500? WOW! Even just a couple of these a month would be an awesome second income.

Just a note: I am in no way endorsing any of these programs, so please do your own research and only recommend programs you trust. That said, in my opinion there are at least several programs here that are totally awesome and well worth promoting to start earning yourself some long-term residual income.

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