For anyone starting to make money online one is told many things that they should be doing, in effect you are pulled from pillar to post, thrown in every direction. Unsurprisingly no wonder so many people give up on their dreams of having their own online business. Just as they start out and start listening to all the tutors, coaches and gurus out there, they soon become overwhelmed, not knowing which way to turn.
So, we need to go back to basics every now and then, and really stand back and strip back what we are actually trying to do because each and every one of us get lost in the details, and once we have more clarity, we remove a level of stress, get rid of the overwhelm and confusion.
You see these days everybody wants to be a coach or tutor, selling their courses and coaching, and a natural outcome is that they all try to get their own unique selling point, to be different from the market. As a result, we end up with multiple different ways to do the same thing, which one do you go for? Again, overwhelm and confusion.
When you do strip back all the latest fads, the latest push button get rich schemes you actually realise you should be doing exactly the opposite to what you are being told to do. Make it simple, go back to basics – strip it back.
Is it right that you should be creating and launching product after product? Should you be bombarding people’s email accounts on a more than regular basis? What about if you are not in with the in crowd so that they can promote your launches, and you have no affiliates and no jv partners. Do you need to be spending your whole life on social media promoting and schmoosing?
No wonder we sit there going grey, pulling our hair out, when we are trying to build our business out in the infancy of being in the online business space. Throw us a life jacket mate I am drowning here! Not only are we trying to work out which bit to do first but it gets you thinking about the old conundrum, “what came first, the chicken or the egg?” More like what came first a brood of chickens or a dozen eggs there’s that much to do? Which bit comes first? And then half way through doing that you think oh I should be doing that instead so you do that and the other bit doesn’t ever get finished.
So, if you are just starting out, or been in the game for some time but not really been too successful you should go back to the fundamentals and work out what you don’t need to do. Do only the things that you need to do to achieve your goals.
Follow a tried and tested blueprint, don’t reinvent the wheel let someone else work out what needs doing.
At the end of the day, what’s the simplest but one of the most effective models to make money online: drive targeted traffic to a high converting offer.
It’s as simple as bringing customers to a lead magnet on an opt-in page, once subscribed convert your prospects into buyers by offering them a $1 to $500 front end. Then offer up upsells that build upon the first products, maybe a membership product. Following this, we have the back end, the high-ticket items where the big profits come from.
That’s essentially it! And it works in any niche!!
The cool thing is, is that the more people you put through the whole sequence, the more you sell and the more money you make.
But ouch! What if you don’t have product creation experience, you don’t know how to build an opt-in page, what if you do not know how to create high converting sales pages. What if you don’t have the support to help you along your way, don’t despair.
Well do … because although you know, in theory, what this simple success model is, you still may not know how to put it all together.
You need to find yourself some great training, a proven blueprint, yet easy to follow and understand. And I came across a blueprint that fits this whole model and not only that I have put together a killer bonus package. The course itself shows you exactly how to build this model out, fast, and my bonuses take it to the next level, and at a no brainer price that will leave you speechless.
Post written by Andy Mackow, founder of ThirtyMinute Coach.com