3 Ways to Grow Your Email List By Blogging

Blogging has become the new information highway.  Articles, and videos are being published online to view.  People turn to the internet for information, and also want to read from a regular writer.

They want articles that inform, educate, and entertain.

Blogs; a great way to grow your Email list and drive traffic to your site.
Blogs: a great way to grow your Email list and drive traffic to your site.

Since so many people receive these benefits from blogs, they’re also a great way to drive traffic to your site regularly and grow your Email list. Creating a blog can take some work, but here’s a method I’ve used plenty of times that’s really simple.

Setting up WordPress

Before you can begin creating your blog, you’ll need a blogging platform.  WordPress is easily the most popular option and with good reason.

wordpress logoIt’s powerful enough to run a big website, versatile enough to handle anything, and popular enough that there are countless themes and plugins for it.

This blog runs on WordPress and I wouldn’t change it for the world.

What’s important to understand is that there are 2 different kinds of WordPress platforms.

WordPress.com is fully hosted (you have to pay for it). WordPress.org is self-hosted (you can download it for free).

If you plan on making money online, look at your blog as an additional way to attract new visitors and prospects to offer products and services to…NOT as a business model where you’re paid totally off ad revenue.

Growing your email list in this manner is a great way to grow your future customer base.

Placing ads in the sidebar 

The look and layout of a blog is determined by the theme you use.  Most themes will allow you to place image ads in the sidebar column.  These ads will appear on nearly every page of your blog and can be a great way to promote your offers and get people clicking through to your squeeze and sales pages.

Since you’re creating this blog to either make money or generate leads, utilizing this ability to advertise on your blog is crucial.

Some bloggers prefer to create their own ads that link to an offer.  Others, however, will simply use Google Ads or a similar service and let them decide what ads to put up.

Placing ads in the article

The articles posted to your blog can also be a great place to advertise.  It’s easy to add text links to the content of an article.

And, this is a very unobtrusive way to advertise.

Since these are text-based links, they fit perfectly into the body of an article.  Not everyone can read code, so you can add a link to your WordPress blog post simply by pressing the hyperlink button right above where you enter the article text.

Placing ads after the article

Blog articles are a perfect way to pre-sell someone on an offer.

Let’s say you run a blog about dating and you’re offering a product that helps someone plan the perfect date.  Writing a blog post about how important it is to plan out a date will put your readers into a receptive state.

Placing an ad at the end of this article is the best way to capitalize on that.

Most ads like this will be horizontal banners and are often visually eye-catching, or use animation.

Popup footers, on the other hand, are a new technology which many others have found to be very effective.

These are the three main ways to use a blog to attract visitors and then transport them to the page where you call them to action of some kind.

Getting people to these “money pages” is absolutely key for success online.

And of course don’t forget to include a WordPress “Follow Me” button preferably at the top of your blog menu.

If creating a website or writing regular posts sounds just a bit too complicated or time-consuming, here’s something else you may want to try.

My “21 simple steps to making your first $1250 $3300, and $5500 online,“ even if you have no computer skills whatsoever may be perfect for you.

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How to Integrate Social Media into Your Business

Social media has exploded in popularity, so it shouldn’t be surprising that many marketers are advocating its use.

There are hundreds of millions of users across multiple social media platforms, and they interact with each other on a daily basis.

Hundreds of millions of users across multiple social media platforms.
There are hundreds of millions of users across multiple social media platforms.

The benefits this has to a marketer are clear. The problem is you need to integrate it correctly.

A lot of marketers fail in this pivotal second piece of the puzzle.

They may have some sort of social media presence but all of their efforts are disjointed.  You’ll need to create an interconnected web of social media accounts that all link back to your main site if you want to get the most out of it.

It all starts with content

Without a collection of strong content on your main site, you won’t have much to share on Twitter or Facebook.  Your main focus should always be on your own website and your goal should be to populate it with plenty of good content.

Once a site has been up and running for a while, it’s a good candidate for social media integration.

Whenever you post something new, it should get a mention in your social media accounts.  This will help maximize the traffic generation offered by every piece of content you post.

Sharing

One of the best ways to do this is to share new content on sites like Facebook.

Since you can do this with only a few mouse clicks, it really is one of the easiest ways to extend the usefulness of your content.

It can also be a good way to subtly alert your followers to the presence of new content, which will increase the initial traffic it receives.

Quick Updates

Sites like Twitter are wonderful for sending out quick updates about what’s happening on your own site.  You should plan to produce a few major, feature type pieces at least once every month.

Twitter can be used to build excitement for this type of content before it gets posted.

You can also continue to drive traffic to it after posting by mentioning how popular it is or how busy the discussion threads are.

Tumbling Around

 Tumblr is a social media platform that marketers rarely talk about.

It is actually one of the most popular sites on the web, and is a prime location for finding a younger demographic.

The beautiful part about Tumblr is that you can include links back to your site in either text or image posts. Other people can then share or “reblog” what you post, potentially reaching a huge audience.

The real key to social media rests in the integration.  It really should be integrated as a part of what you do on your website, and not handled as something else entirely.

You’ll get the most out of social media by creating a website which all leads back to your main site and the offers that can be found there.

Or, if you want to have all of this done for you, click here and discover how!

Thank you.

Million-Dollar Marketing on a Budget

Businesses thrive on marketing regardless of their size.  The more money you can dedicate to your marketing efforts, the more customers you’ll be able to reach.

While huge companies may have million-dollar marketing budgets, you can still follow their lead without spending quite as much.

Businesses thrive on marketing regardless of their size.
Businesses thrive on marketing regardless of their size.

Every major marketing campaign has a few important elements.  Large companies may spend a lot to incorporate them into their marketing, but you can do the same thing with a much smaller budget.

The reason for this is that the power of these elements aren’t tied to the amount spent on them.  The following are a few of the most useful.

Branding

Every major business spends a significant amount of money on their branding.  The brand is what builds equity. It’s what people associate with the promises made in the marketing.

Apple, Microsoft, and Verizon are all easily recognizable brands that play a major part in the company’s marketing.

Apple, Microsoft, and Verizon

Your business may be no bigger than a simple website, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t have a brand.  A good brand helps people identify with your business and what it does.

The more recognizable your brand is, the easier your marketing becomes.  Pick something catchy and relevant, create a logo, and include it in all your marketing material.

Packaging

Everyone knows you’ve bought something from Tiffany’s, because it comes in a distinctive blue box.  Apple products come in futuristic white boxes.

Verizon products tend to come in black packages.  Every company has a distinctive look to their packaging and this generally carries over to their retail locations as well as promotional materials.

You’ll get more out of your marketing efforts if you keep a cohesive and consistent design for everything you do.  Your website should match your book covers, which should match the banner ads, which should also match your business cards.

When everything has a distinctive look, people will have no trouble recognizing you.

Personalization

Plenty of major businesses have relied on a mascot or spokesperson of some sort.  Geico has their gecko, McDonald’s has Ronald, and MetLife has Snoopy.

Geico's gecko,

This works because it helps personalize an otherwise complex and abstract corporation.

People won’t typically identify with an insurance company but they respond well to a computer-animated gecko.

The cheapest way to do this is to become your own spokesperson.

Make sure people identify you with your brand and business.  When you show up in a video or on a podcast, they will instantly know who you are, what you do, and what you stand for.

This is one of the main goals of marketing, so you can see how valuable it can be.

None of this takes very much money.

It will, of course, require a small investment in research and design, but the return is incalculable and will continue to pay off for years to come.

If you really want to market like a pro then you’ll want access to my professional marketing team that will have you earning thousands of dollars.

Find out more by clicking here now!

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Gold Consultant Tom Kerasias Earns $1,505 In Commissions !

I looked in my back office one morning and there it was. Over $1500 in commissions.

What a wonderful surprise, and most of that came in over night while I was sleeping!

This is what I love about this business.

You can start without any experience (as I did), follow the step-by-step training and start making serious money.

The potential to make money is limitless and you never know what’s going to happen next.

Click on the video below to here how I did it. The interview is in audio.

 
This sale actually came from a new customer of mine who first started out by signing up for the MTTB -My Top Tier Business 21 Step System.

 

MTTB-My Top Tier Business 21-Step-System
MTTB-My Top Tier Business 21-Step-System

He decided to join MTTB after having read a few of my emails where in I explained what this program is.

In the emails, I told him that MTTB  is  a 21 step training system that shows you how to make Top-Tier High-Paying commissions by licensing high converting products & sales funnels.

And by becoming a certified consultant, his commissions would range from $1,000, $3,000, and even $10,000.

I further explained to him that this system would also provide him with his own personal 1-on-1 Top Tier coach whose job is to keep him on track throughout his training.

As far as support goes, I explained that there are daily webinars, daily training lessons, instructional videos, and a complete back-end staff that handles customer sales, payment processing, and customer support staff.

All this to ensure his success.

In all honesty, I truly believe that it is a wonderfully designed system.

It costs my client $49 to sign up with MTTB. I earned a commission of $44.10

It comes with a guarantee that states, if you go through the training and don’t make a commission within 30 days of completing all the steps, you’ll get back 10 X your money ($500).

Once my client completed the 21 STEPS, and he realized the incredible potential that this business provides, he immediately moved forward and signed up for the Silver Masterclass Training Program.

He went through all the material, completed his training, and positioned himself to make the Top Tier High Paying commission mentioned earlier.

The Silver Masterclass Training Program is one of MOBE’s core curriculum training programs.

Silver Masterclass Training Program
Silver Masterclass Training Program

It focusses on the entrepreneur, their mindset, how they approach their business, their level of commitment, their goals, their personal accountability, and all of those kinds of things.

It cost my client $2,497 to buy the Silver Masterclass Training  program. I earned a commission of $1,250.

So between the MTTB’s $44.10 commission, the Silver Masterclass $1,250 commission, and a few other commissions, I made over $1500.

The customer support staff  mentioned earlier closed all the sales for me. All I did was place a few ads to find the customers.

P.S.

Since becoming a Silver Masterclass consultant, my customer has generated sales of his own.

Good Work.

His first sale was on the 6th of February of this year where he sold a “My Seven Figure Nestegg” program which is another version of MTTB, earning him a Tier 1 commission of $44.00

On his sale, I earned a Tier 2 commission of $2.45

My Tier 2 Commission on my customer's $44.00 MTTB sale.

 

What a great way to make money.

Talk to you soon.

Tom Kerasias

 

 

 

How to Grow Your Blog Into a Business…

Most of the time, businesses start blogging as a way to build an audience. However, the reverse seems to be happening. More and more people with blogs are starting to monetize their traffic.

How to Grow Your Blog Into a Business
How to Grow Your Blog Into a Business

It makes sense because one of the hardest things to do as a business owner is grow your traffic. If you grow your blog first, you already have a solid following to support your business idea.

Starting a blog is easy, but if you want to make money later, you need to think about your strategy and set yourself up for success. It’s important to know what you need to grow your blog and grow your traffic.

What is a Blog?

A blog is a weblog of content updated regularly. It’s an online publication written in a personal tone, meant to share opinions, teach others, develop a personal brand, or sell products or services. Blogging is fulfilling, but it also requires commitment.

It’s important to be consistent, no matter how often you publish. Your audience grows to expect your posts, so keep at it, and don’t disappoint them.

How to Start a Blog

Finding the time to flush out your ideas and do it consistently is the hardest part of blogging. Once you find the time, starting a blog is straightforward. Consider your opportunities to monetize your blog, determine your audience, and plan a publishing strategy.

You need to think like an entrepreneur to make this venture profitable in the future, so map out the groundwork for your distribution and monetization now.

Ways to Make Money

Most people think of running ads on their blogs as a way to make money, but there are other ways. Building a loyal audience is more important than building a big one, and you won’t earn the trust of your followers by spamming them with ads all the time.

Instead, think of ways you can sell physical or digital products that align with your audience. Sell your services as a writer or designer. Publish a book. Create subscription-based packages with platforms like Patreon. Do paid reviews or become an affiliate for other brands.

You have to enjoy blogging for it to succeed. Dedicate yourself to serving your audience as best you can.

There is a wonderful E-book that Mark Swift wrote called ” Copy The Rich Blog“. It shows you how you can set-up your very own Money Making Blog. It’s a step-by-step guide that takes you through the whole process.

Copy The Rich Blog How To Set-Up Your Very Own Money Making Website
Copy The Rich Blog How To Set-Up Your Very Own Money Making Website

If your interested in starting a blog for the purpose of making money, I highly recommend this E-book. It’s a must read.

You can check it out here:

https://mobemarketplace.com/products/copy-the-rich-blog/letter/?aff_id=1841470

Pick a Niche

With all of the information on the internet, it’s hard to stand out. Try to choose a topic that’s hard to find elsewhere. It’s also critical to choose a niche audience. There are so many internet users that it’s impossible to appeal to all of them.

You can focus on a specific location, present your content in a different style, or focus on a smaller segment of a bigger market. For instance, writing about steakhouses in Kansas City that serve steaks larger than forty-two ounces allows you to focus more deeply on your topic that choosing to write about steakhouses in general.

Choosing a Platform

When it comes to hosting your blog, you have two choices. You can host it yourself or host it on a paid platform. If you host it yourself, you have more customization options. You still have to pay a fee, but it’s less than a paid platform, and you have more flexibility in design.

Using a service to host your blog is the best option for those who don’t know a lot about design or HTML. Some options include Blogger and WordPress. Think about how you want to monetize your blog because not every platform gives you what you need.

You can also use free platforms like Medium or Tumblr. They have built-in audiences, making it easier for you to get started, but they provide less customization, and your blog design ends up looking like everyone else’s on the platform.

Picking a Name

This is a great time to think about what you want to name your blog. Unless you plan to build a personal brand or portfolio, don’t use your name. Think of something catchy, fun, and descriptive of your brand. This name should reflect your blog’s identity, add personality, and be easy to remember and type.

Groundwork for Growth

Thinking about how to grow your blog and having a solid plan in place helps you to build momentum quickly once you get started. If you don’t have a plan, you may end up struggling with distribution because you don’t have a strategy. Publishing is nerve-wracking, but having a plan can alleviate some of that.

Planning for growth involves collecting emails as soon as possible. Use a service like MailChimp to store your subscriber list and make distribution easy. It’s free for up to two thousand subscribers. You can also use MailChimp for signup forms, which is a critical piece of capturing this information.

Embed your signup forms directly into your content with a call to action to subscribe, so the experience is seamless for your audience and easy to manage for you.

Blogging can be stressful, but it’s also a blast. Use these tips to think about how you can grow your blog to make money later. The great thing about starting a blog is that you don’t have to quit your day job until you start making money. If done right, once you start making money, you’ll grow quickly.

Talk to you soon.

Tom Kerasias

How To Make Your Own Marketing Videos…

Professional marketing videos promoting your business aren’t cheap. You get what you pay for when it comes to marketing your products and engaging your audience.

How To Make Your Own Marketing Videos Without Breaking The Bank.
How To Make Your Own Marketing Videos Without Breaking The Bank.

However, there are tools you can use to accomplish these tasks without breaking the bank.

You don’t need Hollywood; you just need fast and free.

Incorporating marketing videos into your strategy accomplishes several things:

  1. Their versatility allows them to live in several places like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, your website, and your blog.
  2. They are eye-catching, enabling your audience to digest the same information in a more engaging format.

Marketing videos are easy to repurpose by trimming, expanding, or converting to GIFs for easy sharing. Infographics also make great videos.

 
How to Make a Video Like a Professional

You don’t need expensive equipment to make a great video. Sometimes you don’t even need your own footage.

An idea is a great place to start.

Try storyboarding your plan and writing a script. Find or create the footage you need. Edit it using an online app. Upload for viewing!

Free Stock Footage

Now for even better news. You don’t even need your own camera.

Seriously.

There are so many great places to find stock footage. You can repurpose existing photography, find material on stock footage sites, and shoot your own footage with your phone.

It gives it a great, home video feel that appeals to today’s audiences. Sites you can check out for stock videos include

They contain photos from around the world, high-quality graphics, and vibrant animations. Public domain sites like Pond5, Archive.org, and NASA contain historic footage and vintage videos.

You can also find free audio on

 

Paid Music And Footage That Doesn't Cost A Fortune.
Paid Music And Footage That Doesn’t Cost A Fortune.

Paid Music and Footage

Sometimes free just doesn’t cut it. But you don’t have to spend a fortune either. Audio Jungle and Video Hive have sounds, music, and video effects for you to sample. It may be worth the monthly subscription if you plan to continue making marketing videos.

Free Tools

You can use the live streaming feature on most social media platforms to create video. For producing quick, high-quality videos, there are a lot of free apps online. Some even come with their own library of stock images. Try:

GIFs are gaining in popularity, and there’s one for every situation. Most social media platforms allow users to search for GIFs using keywords and respond easily to any comment.

You can use Giphy to turn your marketing videos into GIFs in hopes of becoming the next internet sensation.

For editing, try Resolve for your desktop editing or Power Director for editing on your Android phone. They include professional features allowing for color corrections, stitching, object removal, and much more.

If you use Power Director, you can shoot video, edit, and share directly from your phone.

Making Engaging Videos

Videos perform better and have more viral potential than text or photo. Often, people watch videos on social media with no sound, so use captions to garner more attention.

Many social media platforms even autoplay videos with no sound at first, so with captions, your audience can pause to watch your video without extra clicking.

Use thumbnails to entice people to watch your videos. They provide a headline, or a snapshot of what your video is about, so use Canva to create something that grabs users attention.

More importantly, make sure your marketing videos are responsive to mobile, since that’s most likely where people will watch them.

Don’t let the cost of professional video creation and editing stop you. You need competitive material, but you can do it all yourself and have fun in the process.

Engage your entire team for a memorable experience, or use stock material to save time. Be resourceful and use the free tools available to you to create engaging content that doesn’t cost a fortune.

Talk to you soon.

Tom Kerasias

 

How to Grow Your YouTube Following…

 

Today, YouTube has over one billion viewers. If you aren’t using YouTube to grow your audience, you’re missing out on a substantial portion of the population, and a great way to increase your influence online.

How to Grow Your YouTube Following
How to Grow Your YouTube Following

It’s not just viewers you need though. You need users that are actively engaged in your channel. YouTube is a massive opportunity to grow your following for the long-term.

Let’s take a look at some of the best ways to grow your YouTube following. This means being consistent, providing quality content, and rewarding those who follow you.

In other words you need to know what works and how to apply it.

Here are a few ideas.

Consistency is Key

As we previously mentioned, one of the keys to a successful YouTube following on your channel, and a loyal following is consistency. Pick a theme and stick with it. There’s nothing worse than finding a YouTube channel you like, only to discover that it’s changed direction or not what you thought it was. It’s a good, quick way to lose followers.

Build your brand, and doing it in a way that doesn’t require users to take a lot of time to figure out who you are and what you’re selling. Users subscribe for two reasons:

1) Because they like the content they just viewed, and

2) Because they expect more of the same in the future.

Figure out before you launch your channel what your premise and platform will be. Communicate it effectively across all of your videos so visitors will be able to identify your brand at a glance.

You can do this in a variety of ways, whether it is through a channel trailer, via a pitch that lets users know when the next post will be, or through customized thumbnails which will grab the attention of visitors to your channel.

Quality Content

When a person is introduced to your channel, the more of our videos they watch, the higher the chance they will subscribe, thus growing your YouTube following. Watching your videos gives visitors an excellent opportunity to follow you, while also showing them why they should.

One way you can do this is by creating playlists of your content. Organize your videos in a manner that will get good traction through searching on YouTube. You can choose important keywords to drive traffic to your channel.

Create themed segments with your videos, which allows you to have control over which video the user will see next. This is especially important as YouTube could wind up playing other content, as opposed to your own after the video is over.

When creating your content, be sure to make it viewable in a format conducive to a mobile device. That does not mean it needs to be recorded and viewed on a smartphone, but rather that you should keep in mind that a lot of content is seen on a mobile device. Create short, consumable videos that will keep followers returning on a regular basis, eager and hungry for more.

As stated previously, there’s no shortcut or secret recipe to growing your YouTube following. Anyone trying to sell you a “get rich quick scheme” is nothing but a waste of your time and money.

When it comes to your YouTube following, more often than not, quality trumps quantity, especially when it comes to your users. It’s more important to have an engaged, valued audience of a few thousand than it is to have a million followers who have no idea who you are or what you’re selling.

Find your niche, create your content, and build your following.

If you’re serious about growing your YouTube following, take a look at this incredible program called the Traffic Masters Academy.

It has shows you how to grow your YouTube following and how to leveraging your YouTube videos so you can quickly grow your business.

It’s the only program that I’ve found that actually shows you what real affiliates have done to earn millions of dollars

And the commissions are documented.

Aside from YouTube, it shows you how to  brand yourself on Facebook (like I’m doing).

It teaches you how to make money using Solo Ads.

You’ll learn how to be more influential in Instagram.

How to make money with Banner Ad Marketing and Direct Mail.

How to be Search Engine Optimized,  how to follow-up with customers and a whole host of other traffic secrets that actually work.

Check it out for yourself: Traffic Masters Academy

Talk to you soon.

Tom Kerasias

Once upon a time (an awful story about me)

Let me tell you an awful story about me.

This is about the day when I was the worst childhood friend ever.

Sean came over to play, and he brought his remote-controlled car.

Its name was “The Hornet”.

The day I became the worst childhood friend ever.
The day I became the worst childhood friend ever.

Anyway, it was my turn to drive.

Sean wasn’t looking.

I drove his Hornet into the street and it got…

Just annihilated by a (non-remote-controlled) black pickup truck.

I remember it like it was yesterday.

Moral of the story: Don’t give other people control over your material valuables.

I don’t need to tell you stories about market failures, downsizing, mergers, intra-company scams, glass ceilings, or pay decreases.

You know the way of the world.

There is a significant sense of dignity in putting your eggs in your own basket and knowing that the money you make is yours, is safe, is consistent, and has unlimited potential to grow.

Again, try putting your eggs in your own basket.

We can help get you started.

Best,

Tom Kerasias

Building Trust with Social Media

One thing that stands out today in the social media world we live in is that it’s important to develop a sense of trust with your followers. This is especially true for small and medium sized businesses, since the amount of trust between business and follower will only serve to build customer loyalty.

Building Trust with Social Media
Building Trust with Social Media

Trust is essential to building your brand, and even the best marketers in the world won’t be able to sell a product without first establishing trust with their customer base. They must create stories that offer a connection with their consumers.

But how do you go about building that trust?

 Use Your Content

Using content is the most reliable method you have for developing trust with followers. Create insightful, meaningful content that will provoke emotion and establish a connect with your consumers.

 Next, convert the data into graphical form

For this, you should invest in professional graphic design. There are some designers and websites that focus entirely on infographics. Look through a few portfolios and choose a designer who makes attractive-looking, useful infographics. Keep in mind that there are many ways to represent data outside of attractive pie-charts and graphs.

Turn your data over to your designer to be converted into an infographic. Make sure that your website is incorporated into the design. You’ll want to use the infographic for back-linking purposes.

Transparency

Followers want to see that you are a real, live person, not a faceless brand with which they’re doing business. They want to see your thoughts and your suggestions and learn more about you as a person. Consumers care less about the money and more about the relationship.

Take the time to develop and nurture the relationship you have with your consumer base. Show them the real you, and how you arrived at your current destination.

Pictures

Pictures are powerful. Consider the previous point and be sure to post pictures of your daily life. Followers want to see the real, unfiltered life you live. Share your daily routine with your consumers, on a regular basis so that they know who you are and what you’re doing.

Mind Your Manners

Being polite and courteous go a long way. Even though we may not give these words a second thought, the person we offer them to will remember them. When someone shares your post, make sure you thank them. If you need something from someone, make sure you ask them with a please.

Accept Criticism

 The harsh reality is that you and your business are going to be criticized. It comes with the territory of being truthful. Respond positively to critique. Allow it to be an opportunity for learning and growth. Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you believe, but have an open mind that you might be in the wrong. Followers will notice how you respond.

Have Fun

 This is social media after all, isn’t it? You’re connect with thousands (if not more) of people from around the world in an instant, something never before possible in the history of our species. We have information about anything available at our fingertips. Enjoy what you’re doing. Have fun with it!

Be Adventurous

Don’t be afraid to try something new or unique when it comes to your social media accounts. It may not work, but followers will see that you’re willing to take a chance on something innovative. Sure you might fall flat on your face, but there’s also the possibility that you’ll succeed.

Be Responsive and Respectful

Responding to comments on posts isn’t always the easiest thing to do. Some people simply want to watch the world burn. Be respectful to everyone. Sometimes it’s not the easiest thing to do, but it is the right thing. And as mentioned previously, followers and customers will see how you react, and the correct response now may lead to additional business in the future.

Trust is something you earn, not something that’s given. Your followers put their trust in you because they see the real you and the way you handle everyday life. Use the trust and loyalty others have in you to develop relationships and provide your customers a great experience.

Your First $1K Payday? (Follow These 2 Steps)………

Hi,

If you’re trying to choose the right plan, these 2 questions should help. I know doing this online business can be a bit confusing at times, can’t it?!

There are a lot of different ways teaching us to make a living out there. Some good, some ok, and many terrible.

What can help cut through the clutter and reveal the real GEMS to you?

Two quick things…

1. There’s a saying, “The proof is in the pudding.”

Which basically means, what’s the end result? What results are people already USING this system getting?

(Needs to be reputable, as some talk bad of other systems they’ve never even tried, just so they can push theirs.)

2. And this #2 is a big one: Does it make sense?

If it makes zero sense to you, and either it’s so vague you can’t understand it, or nobody is willing to explain it to you…

Then I’d recommend you steer clear of that offer like it’s infected with the bird flu.

Now…

This may or may not make sense for you? But I’ve done my own due diligence.

I’ve simply chosen to leverage this system because of the following two resons:

The Turnkey Business System - Shows you how to earn commissions ranging from $1,250 to $20,000 US dollars per customer.
The Turnkey Business System – Shows you how to earn commissions ranging from $1,250 to $20,000 US dollars per customer.

#1) It has proven results.

It’s paid out over $104 million in commissions alone to average folks, just like you and me. (Check out the leaderboard results here)

#2) It simply makes sense.

It’s hard to make a good living, and have a lifestyle friendly business, with low end commissions. You can’t get enough paid traffic to really make it work, especially with ad costs on the rise these days.

Getting up to $10K commissions totally changed the game for me.

It allows you to afford more to get new leads and sales, so you can work less, and you can earn much, much more. Simple enough, right?

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Our first goal with this will be to get your first commission up to $1K.

Then we’ll scale up to $10K from there.

Deal?

Great.

Talk to you soon.