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Do you sell a monthly membership? If not, you might want to consider it. 3 reasons why:

1.Monthly memberships mean residual income. You sell a membership once and you get paid for it month after month until the person cancels.

2.Selling a membership generally isn’t any harder than selling a one-time product, yet you get paid a whole lot more for the same effort Read More…

You Must Believe

A professor stood before his class of 20 senior students, about to hand out the final exam before they all parted ways. “I want to say that it’s been a pleasure teaching you this semester. I know you’ve all worked extremely hard and many of you are off to medical school after summer. So that no one gets their GP messed up because they might have been celebrating a bit too much this week, anyone who would like to opt out of the final exam today will receive a “B” for the course automatically.”   Read More…

The Best Online Marketing “Advice” To Get Your Online Business Going!

I don’t know what day you’re reading this. But I do know that today someone, somewhere, just launched a brand new Internet Marketing product or course that will finally teach you the secrets to building a successful Internet Marketing business in just months.  Read More…

$21,925 from PLR without Selling a Single Copy

“I know a fellow who hates selling, can’t write copy, doesn’t have a list, despises doing customer service and just wants to make money.” And make money he does! He’s created a half dozen courses and made a minimum of $8,000 from each one, without ever selling a single copy of any of his courses. So how does he do it? First, he looks around for someone who will make a great case study. 
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Does Length Matter? 7 Tips for Getting Your Videos Watched.

There was a time when it didn’t matter how long your videos were because people were happy to watch most anything online if they had a fast connection. Then came the video deluge, with millions and billions of videos all competing for eyeballs. “Make it short! Make it snappy!” was the cry of the day.  Read More…