What a great post mate.This is brilliant for newbies who are struggling to get a start and build up some confidence in their ability to become successful.Just getting those first few sign ups and a sale or two is very inspiring when you are starting out.You make some good points about giving value first and then gently selling your offer,too many marketers like to sell,sell,sell…. This drives me nuts,so I guess it happens to most potential customers.I hope to get more brilliant content from you in emails in the future to help me build my business.
Anyone can benefit from taking the time to codify and circulate their ideas. But Balfour says the biggest winners are those who already have a large following. “The key to making a lot of money on Udemy is huge YouTube channels and Facebook pages,” she says. “I’ve tried Twitter and Facebook ads, but you need the base to begin with to sell against. You can’t just sell to strangers.” How can you build that audience in the first place? Balfour suggests laying the groundwork by blogging and creating YouTube videos to introduce readers to your ideas and get them hungry for more. “There’s this idea that you put a course up there and it sells itself,” she says. “But it’s like a book. You can’t just write a book and expect people to find out about it. You have to do a book tour and generate press.” Your online course needs a similar marketing campaign.

I don’t try to sell too much. All you need to do is to drive value and give good information to the buyer. Put yourself in the shoes of the buyer and address their fears and questions. Don’t beat around the bush and don’t try to waste their time and at the end, try showing some sort of proof or results. If you own the product, show what’s inside and talk about your experience with it. This will help you to build a relationship with them quickly.


My situation is I’m a Professor and Program Director for a Community College teaching massage therapy, a very in-demand field yet my college does little marketing. It’s my job to recruit students. I have a Facebook page and Twitter, and about 100+ followers on each. Can you see this type of system with funnels etc. working to help recruit potential students? If so, how? I feel like building content and creating opt ins should help, as we too are offering a “product”. Thanks for your time!
Most people seriously over-estimate the skill level required to build an app. In fact, these days you don’t actually need any programming skills thanks to certain software. But that’s certainly not the route for budding programmers to go down. If you’ve been learning Swift or Objective-C, you’ll be able to create basic iOS apps within a few hours. If you have a useful, marketable idea for an app, you can easily make money by building it yourself for free, launching it on the the App Store and selling it to the public. All with just a day’s worth of work. If you think you have a flair for app development and the million dollar app ideas just keep coming, check out PhoneGap, Appcelerator or Apache Cordova. These automatic coding apps can help you make apps in minutes rather than hours – but that doesn’t mean you can skip on your coding studies.   
Did you know that those people asking for your signature outside the grocery store are typically paid to get you to sign up? Contrary to popular belief, they aren't pushing politics because they care. They are pushing for your signature because they typically get $1-$2 per signature. If you could get 30 people to sign up per hour, you're making $30-$60 per hour. Not bad.
I also want to continue bringing more people over to the other side of work - a side where they have more options in life. A lot of people have potential and talent but they’re too afraid to strike out on their own or try something new. I want to give those people hope and also the tools to get started. I want them to take my courses and understand how they have the power to change their lives if they can first work up the guts to make a big move. 

Suppose you love fashion or maybe you’re all about the latest and greatest kitchen gadgets. These are both great opportunities for affiliate marketing. However, if your current blog, website or social platform (if you have any of these) might not be the best fit. Try your hand at a pay-per click campaign, all you need is an account, a landing page and a small budget to get started!
You can then do some short term projects or show case projects for yourself, and you can then use those to speak confidently that you know how to do things in that language of interest to people. Be it a company, friend or some one on a freelance portals. There is lot of work to be done…and very little people know. So the trick is for you to learn it properly first !

Register in least 10 forums and try to post at least 100 comments in every forum. However, don’t spam in the forum otherwise you account can get ban. If the forum is relevant to your product, you will surely earn commission in your first few days. Test the product if it is performing good, then post more comments, otherwise change the product and start promoting that one.

Topcoder is an online program where you can can compete with other members. The one who writes the best code emerges out as the winner. This also brings you good reach to big companies who are looking for talented coders. You can participate in the programming contests launched by them along with other members, and the interesting factor is that you can see the codes written by other members also (which shows us the different approaches to the same problem). So its a very good learning process too.
Clickbank products definitely still sell as long as they're shown to the right traffic. High refund rates for IM products? Definitely. You might wanna check out other affiliate platforms like warrior plus/JVZoo. Be sure to build a list to sell over and over again. Also try doing joint ventures if you're able to find suitable partners. Just look around.
If you've developed valuable skill sets or picked up certifications within your industry over the years, offering your consulting services to local business owners can be a lucrative way to make money online. Whether you're an expert marketer, business strategist, or manufacturing aficionado, there's likely a local business owner who's willing to pay you to help them solve an issue with their company. Start with this 18-step checklist to becoming a local business consultant from Karyn Greenstreet and then use my guide to crafting an effective cold email to convince them to hire you.

Dynamic retargeting ads will take your retargeting strategy to the next level. You’ll be able to serve retargeting ads based on the last ecommerce page the user visited on your site! So, if someone is interested in a pair of jeans from your boutique store, they’ll get served that exact product with the pricing. You can even entice them to come back with a special offer or discount!
Moneymaking and Internet Marketing products always have higher refund rates compared to other products. You know people who buy IM products are the same people who sell IM products so they know how to play the game... Promote products about plastic surgery, woodworking, solar panel/energy, beauty and health, etc and you'll get low-to-non refund. I am speaking based on experience. I have 1 to 2 refund out of 50 products sold on how to grow taller... 

Most of the people think that Clickbank is just another affiliate network, but that’s far from the truth. The platform is simply a large marketplace for product creators with a massive list of affiliates. Product creators pay Clickbank to list their product, Clickbank uses its massive affiliate follower base (me and you) to promote those products and everyone gets a cut. Simple, right?
Wealthy Affiliate focuses on getting organic traffic through Google, using content as the main driver. Sounds like you have that down with your website already. Though if you are struggling to monetize 100k visitors a month, my guess is that you are not creating targeted content, and you are not creating content that lends itself to sales. I would work on doing more research about topics related to your niche, and see if you can find some keywords with more “buyer intent” that relates to your niche!
According to Udemy, there are over 65,000 classes on the platform. There are courses on almost every subject imaginable, including dog grooming, making gift baskets, computer programming, and editing photos. Although some of the best-selling courses focus on graphic design and programming, you can make lots of money teaching any subject. It just might take more work to market your course to potential students.
Moneymaking and Internet Marketing products always have higher refund rates compared to other products. You know people who buy IM products are the same people who sell IM products so they know how to play the game... Promote products about plastic surgery, woodworking, solar panel/energy, beauty and health, etc and you'll get low-to-non refund. I am speaking based on experience. I have 1 to 2 refund out of 50 products sold on how to grow taller...
We’ve all heard about the rise of MOOCs and online learning platforms.  But is there a way for individual professionals to create their own online courses – and actually make money? You can’t simply expect to slap something up online and watch the dollars roll in, but with effort and strategy, online courses can become a revenue engine and powerful lead generator.
Even if i start with just make 10$ an hr which is minimum wage it will be enough money to help me out. The problem is i only know how to work with c++ and python. Since i don’t particularly favor a language over the other what do you suggest me to learn first to start my freelancing career. I want a language that has the most customers, and pays best. Can you also tell me after i learn that language how can i become pro like you and all the others. I mean, can you tell me how you became a freelancer im sure it want over night.
Clickbank, huh… now that’s a name I haven’t heard in a while! I remember messing around with them back in 2011 when I was a newbie. Never did make any money with them, haha, but I’ve seen plenty of people who have! I’ve just never been any good at pushing the weight loss stuff, which I’m pretty sure is where most people make their money with Clickbank.
A lot of people will recommend selecting a niche/category you’re familiar with right off the bat and browsing products inside it. Although I agree with this approach for strong reasons I’ll outline later, I do not think it should be the starting point. Simply go ahead and hit the “magnifying glass” button next to the search bar without typing anything.
Do you notice that many of the best ways to make money online involve some form of self-employment? That’s something you should embrace, especially if you’re in college. Once you get out of school, the entrepreneurial experience you will gain from running your own business on the web will help you in more ways than you might understand right now. It might even be the basis of your life’s career!
Balfour estimates that Udemy generates about 50% of her sales through its own built-in audience and promotions ; Udemy now has more than three million students. She’s occasionally been featured on their homepage, which also spurs sales. The other half is the result of marketing to her own list, as well as cross-promotions she’s independently arranged with other Udemy instructors. “People who are already on the [Udemy] platform are the easiest sell,” she says. She’s also marketed successfully by answering questions on Quora, creating YouTube videos, and doing Q&As on Spreecast, a social video platform. “Quora and YouTube are the best revenue generators because that’s where people go for education,” she says.

hello my name is ralph an I have been trying to promote clickbank productes on line but I have not had any luck , I do not have any website and to be honest no money what so ever, and live with my parents right now and have been trying to get something going to make some kind of money to move forward with everything , but have had no luck in promoting any product from click bank , just wondering what you can suggest to me , and please do not say get a job because I have been looking for one.
If I have a blog that is getting 100,000 page views a month that means that I’m probably getting at least 50,000 people to the site (most blogs will do between 1.2 to 1.4 pages per session). That means I have to try and get some small percentage of those people to buy something from me if I really want to do well. If I can’t get them to buy something then (in some cases) I have ads running on the site that will make me money anyways.
I agree with this list a 100 percent. It is working for me especially the blogging and freelance writing aspect. This made me compile a list of 6 crucial steps to make money from the comfort of your dorm room. But I must say, yours is quite a handful. However, one must be dedicated, hardworking and passionate before cash start flowing in as many of these tips won’t come easy. Thanks
Search for freelance writing and editing gigs. The rates for these jobs vary: you may be paid by the word, be offered a flat rate for a project, or in some cases can be paid an hourly rate. You typically won't be able to retain copyright over your work or collect royalties, however. Even so, by doing freelance work you can build a portfolio and make valuable connections which may later pay off with more stable job opportunities.
Next, you’ll want to pick a WordPress theme from somewhere like ThemeForest, Elegant Themes or OptimizePress. This is the barebones design of your site, which you can then customize with your own branding, copy, and images. That being said, you don’t want to cheap out. It costs less than $100 to buy a theme that will make your website look professional (and you can upgrade to a completely custom design once you get the business going).
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I got a question about the funnel. You were talking about the first page to be a blog page. I interpreted it as having you own blog(website), that should compete with other expert website. I was wondering if the first step of your funnel can be the opt-in page. The blogs that refers to the opt-in page are guestblogposts on expert websites, so multiple ways of traffic and seo. So you are only building an opt-in page, thank you page, landing pages etc on your website, but no blog to become an expert. Is that something you can do? Or is that not Google friendly or most expert websites are against?
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