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Monday, August 12, 2019

New Technology Instantly Beats YouTube Updates!



If you’ve been in this “internet marketing game” for a while, then you know you need video - whether it’s sales, marketing or training videos.

But how do you deliver them while looking professional?

Wistia? Vimeo?

Yes, these are great options if you’re willing to sacrifice a big chunk of your hard-earned money on a monthly basis.

Then there’s YouTube which comes for free. But is it really?

When you embed a YouTube video on your site there’s a total of THREE links back to Youtube... and away from YOUR marketing pages. And the TWELVE annoying recommended videos…

There’s a way to make YouTube FREE again and you can see exactly how in this video:


Click Here To Learn More!

In this video you’ll also learn how to:

• make Youtube videos autoplay even on mobile

• Remove the recommended videos

• Retarget prospects based on the interaction with your video
You can thank me later…

P.S.

August 12th 11AM EST - Early Bird - $27 until midnight when will increase to $32.95
Closing on August 17th 23:59 - price increase to $67

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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Setting Deadlines For Success!


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Don't give yourself so much time you constantly run out of time


When you're setting deadlines for yourself, make sure you select the right deadline. You have to understand the reason why deadlines exist in the first place. They're not just about putting some chronological restraints on a particular project. 


While there's a lot of value to that, there's something more to deadlines that strict, time-based parameters. The main reason why deadlines work is because they force people to take action before a certain time passes.


In other words, they push people to do things that they normally would not do. Let's face it, people being people would rather kick the can down the road, or better yet, don't do what they're supposed to do at all. 


That's the basic truth about the human condition. Doesn't matter where you come from, doesn't matter how much education you have. This is true for all people.


With everything else being equal, we'd rather not do anything that is outside of our comfort zone. We'd rather do things that we're accustomed to. This is why big projects often terrify us. 


We know what we're supposed to do. We know how much good achieving these things will have in our lives, but we can't quite get ourselves to do it. How come? We're scared of change. 


We're afraid that we might have to give up certain things. We're afraid of putting in all this time, effort and energy only to come up short. The last thing that most people want for themselves or their families is to try really hard only to come up short and fail. 


This is why they give themselves all sorts of excuses and deadlines terrify people. Well, here's the problem. When you set a deadline that is so far out into the future, you're just setting yourself up for disappointment. 


Sure, from time to time, you are able to do things right on time or even well ahead of schedule. But let's get serious here. How often does that happen? In fact, if your like most people, you can probably count that with one hand. 


When we set a deadline far into the future, the rest of our lives catch up. There's all sorts of duties, obligations and responsibilities competing for our time. This is why we run out of time constantly because if you set up a deadline long into the future, there will be all sorts of new stuff taking up your schedule.


If you're not careful, by the time the deadline comes, you're just as unprepared as if you had set up the deadline to a much earlier date. You see how this works? 


So, don't give yourself so much time that you constantly run out of time. Instead, set up a realistic deadline so as to maximize the value of the deadline. In other words, the deadline should motivate you to action. It should get you to take action right on time. That's how you set the proper deadline.


Of course, you shouldn't set the deadline so close that it scares you. In fact, it can be so scary and intimidating that you end up paralyzed. 


Take Action, Make it happend.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Branding Your Name on the 'Net!

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Branding your name (or your pen name) is very important on the Internet, no matter what niche you’re in. You need to establish yourself as an authority in your market, because people trust authority figures. 


They trust their recommendations, they trust that their products will be of good quality, and they trust that they have integrity. It also lends credence to the buyer that you’re a real person – not just some nameless, faceless entity trying to sell them something on a static, automated website.


You should put your name on everything you create. Whether it’s a membership site, an eBook, or something as small as a PLR article pack for sale - you should put your name on it. 


Getting your name out there is so essential to your ongoing success.


Think about all of the marketing gurus you’ve heard of. Some of them you may not have heard of yet, especially if you’re new, but chances are you’ve heard of at least a few of these. Have you heard of John Reese, Mike Filsaime, Frank Kern, Dan Kennedy, Joe Vitale, Willie Crawford, or the late Gary Halbert?


If you’ve been in marketing long at all you’ve surely heard of at least one of these people. People know and remember the names of these people because they put their names on everything they put out. 


Their names are all over the marketing forums, their eCovers, their headers, and everything else they do. They work very hard to brand their names, because their names become the brands. People buy their products simply because their name is on it.


Buyers think that the product must be good, because the person is so well-known. You should do the same thing with your name. Always use the same name on everything you do within a particular niche.


You may not want to use your real name for whatever reason, but your name needs to be a “real name.” A nickname usually won’t cut it in most markets, but sometimes it works – like in the case of Travis “The Bum” Marketer or the “Rich Jerk.”


If you’ve signed up for forums under a nickname, ask the moderators if they can change your name to your real name or pen name. You might not want to tell the moderator’s it’s a pen name. That’s up to you. 


Keep getting your name out there any way you can. Host teleseminars, JV with well-known people if possible, and offer to help create content for well-known people in your niche in exchange for a Bio Box that hosts your name and link to your website.


Offer to be an interview subject for someone. Be a “guest author” for popular websites and blogs in your niche, and create 100% original content for them. Never stop branding your name. Even when you’re as famous as Donald Trump, the king of name branding, don’t stop. 


Donald still puts his name on everything he does. His name appears in huge, bold letters on his books. He names buildings after himself. Think of Trump Tower, Trump Taj Mahal, and Trump Plaza. His name is all over everything. 


Not only is it a matter of pride, but it keeps his name everywhere. You may never be as famous as the Donald, or even as famous as John Reese, but you might become known as the king or queen of your own little niche or for a particular slant that grows in popularity.

New Technology Instantly Beats YouTube Updates!

If you’ve been in this “internet marketing game” for a while, then you know you need video - whether it’s sales, marketing or training v...