I have a challenge for you in this episode. Today, we have a quick episode all about the power of the right relationships and how to take advantage of live, in-person events. Listen up as Mark Sieverkropp and I discuss his recent trip to Jeff Walker’s LaunchCon and one HUGE takeaway he had.
What if all you needed to do to be successful was to monetize what you already know and create multiple income streams? Well, today I have an awesome guest and a good friend to share WHY you should do that and HOW. It’s our FIRST ever guest. At least a guest who doesn’t work for me. I had the chance recently to interview Dorie Clark, whose new book, Entrepreneurial You, was just released. It’s a great book that I highly recommend, so listen up and learn from one of my favorite people online!
I’m back today with more lessons from Jeff Goins’ Tribe Conference. Today, I share three lessons: The Power of Connection from Asha Dornfest, The Power of Belief from Mike Berry, and The Power of Teaching from ConvertKit’s Nathan Barry. Come back tomorrow for three more lessons!
It’s one thing to recruit an affiliate to your program. It’s another to get them to go all-in and commit to promoting. Today’s episode is all about just that…getting your affiliates to commit.
I got my first negative iTunes review ever (out of like 500+ for all my podcasts). That got me thinking…how should you handle hate mail, complaints, and those people who appoint themselves as your own personal critic…especially when they are subscribed to your email list for FREE! What about those people who complain when you promote? What’s the best way to handle haters? That’s what today’s episode is all about.
A lot of product launches follow a similar pattern. Once the cart opens, there will be webinars. The webinars are great because they are free to attend but you also want to make sales. So, which strategy is the right one for you? This episode will show you how to decide.
The first time I ever heard about affiliates I knew instantly they were going to completely transform my business (and they did). I believe that every business needs affiliates if they want to grow. That’s why in today’s video, I am going to share with you 3 reasons why you need your own affiliates, plus a free resource to help you get your first 100 affiliates.
We’re back for part three of this quick series on using optin lists in affiliate promotions. I’ve shared WHY you want to use them, HOW to get them, and some best strategies for getting the most of them. Today, I’m going to share five things you need to know. I’ll cover common mistakes, frequently asked questions, and things you might not have thought of it when it comes to using optin lists.
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is, “How long should I wait after someone subscribes to my email list before I begin sending them affiliate offers?” Honestly, the answer is that it depends on you and your audience. However, in the video below I share with you six rules that will give you a good framework to determine when the right time is for you to begin offering affiliate offers to your audience.
What are the best practices for using an optin list as an affiliate? That’s what today’s episode is all about in part two of this three-part series on using optin lists. Used right, they can dramatically increase sales while virtually eliminating unsubscribes.