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Comment on How I Save Thousands of Dollars Each Year Working from Home by DNN

Wed, 24 May 2017 23:42:53 +0000

What a bittersweet feeling to work from home in thine drawls! :-P L :-) L!!!

Comment on Do You Need to Spend Money to Get Customers? by Ryan Biddulph

Wed, 24 May 2017 23:35:15 +0000

Hi Rizvan, Thanks for the smart ideas here. Twitter is a goldmine for solving blogging problems. A few times daily I ask folks if they need help with their blogging problems. Or I ask what they are struggling with. Almost every day I receive a handful of questions and answers, folks steadily pouring out their soul and letting me help them via my blog posts and premium services. Most bloggers would be stunned at the ratio of clients and customers I attract just by asking folks if they need help, or what they are struggling with. I used to post links all day long on social and never got why people were not signing up as much for my products and services. Turns out, you need to patiently ask, wait and then respond via free answers or posts in many cases to be seen as a problem solver. Some people will hire you right off the bat though. Don't be shy in offering your consulting services or in sharing your products too. Just be generous in helping people on a daily basis. The genesis really takes form in asking people what they need help with. This takes discipline on your part. Because I know how tempting it feels to send rapid fire links to posts and products and services on Twitter ;) But if you can rein in your desire to push links, and just ask a question or 2 to probe pain points, you will find folks who need your help. You betcha many will become your customers in the near and long term. Ryan

Comment on How To Handle Wild Income Swings by Thelma Lyles

Wed, 24 May 2017 21:50:02 +0000

Your video told the very sentiment of my heart. You are so right I loved to have steady income. Thanks John for your video. Peace & Blessing, Thelma

Comment on How To Handle Wild Income Swings by Susan Velez

Wed, 24 May 2017 13:26:40 +0000

Hi John, Great video and so true about the income of people who don't have a typical job. My WordPress freelancing business has such sporadic income. So I've definitely had to learn how to manage my money for the months that I don't get a lot of work. I am currently working on building my blog up to take the place of freelancing, so I'll end up in pretty much the same situation of sporadic income. However, I wouldn't trade it for the world to go back and get a typical job. I've gotten used to the my income and have put enough into savings to cover 4 months worth of bills in case of emergencies. I am constantly putting money into savings whenever I get paid. I don't ever want to have to worry or stress about not being able to cover the bills just because I didn't make a lot of money one month. These tips will definitely help other bloggers and people who don't have the typical job. Totally agree with you about diversifying your income. That's one of the best things that I've done and I am trying to diversify it more. Have a great day :) Susan

Comment on More Marketing Tips That Help Win Customers by Ryan Biddulph

Wed, 24 May 2017 02:18:07 +0000

Hi Rizvan, Bigger fan of testing these days. Only because if you just tweak things here and there, and see how your results shake out, you can build new patterns or just stick to old patterns that help you attract customers. As for my strategy,I noticed simple blog commenting and guest posting helped me net 100 plus subscribers to my list pretty quickly compared to my prior subscribe rate. To be honest my list growth was anemic for a minute because I gave it little thought. Then when I saw how many more eBooks I sold by following up with my list I got dead serious about building it. But even though I listened to intuitive nudges to guest post and comment effectively I got down and dirty with the testing side of things, checking on a sometimes daily basis how my efforts affected my results. When I checked in and saw a quick 10 or 20 subs, I bought in. As for landing pages I recall my days of seeing how changing 1 or 2 words netted me a higher opt in rate. Sometimes, 1 word is the difference maker. Or ordering words differently. Just give your changes some time to take effect. Like, wait longer than 6 hours for testing and gauging because it takes a little bit to spot dependable patterns. Or, patterns dependable enough to help you win customers. Sorry to see Topsy go. I loved it for connecting with influencers. But I will follow Ben's advice in the comments to connect with big dawgs in the blogging world on those other networks. Good money over there. Thanks Ben. As for my testing campaign it was a full 180 from the old me. But when I saw how many struggles I slammed into by putting my head into the sand and more importantly, how easier things came together when I tested and tweaked, I took this marketing tip to the bank. Test, tweak, and simply assess how your big or little changes affect your customer base. Thanks for sharing :) Ryan

Comment on Come Get Free Stuff At The IM Freedom Workshop by Jim

Tue, 23 May 2017 15:41:59 +0000

Hi John, Wonering if there are any events heading in the New Jersey or New York area. Jim

Comment on 5 Social Media Tips That Will Never Change by Hakeemadebiyi

Tue, 23 May 2017 13:20:19 +0000

Hi , Guys this is very nice post for every people who have need this types of post Online networking are intuitive Web 2.0 Internet-based applications. Client created substance, for example, content posts or remarks, computerized photographs or recordings, and information produced through every single online communication, are the backbone of web-based social networking.

Comment on How To Handle Wild Income Swings by Hakeemadebiyi

Tue, 23 May 2017 13:16:09 +0000

Hi Your video is very nice &impressive for every people I like its.

Comment on This Is What I Like Waking Up To by Mwiri Stephen

Tue, 23 May 2017 11:25:44 +0000

I am really much impressed and just itching to start off. Thanks a lot Chow, but I need more steps of how to do it ad what exactly should I do.

Comment on How To Handle Wild Income Swings by خرید ملک در دبی

Tue, 23 May 2017 08:16:24 +0000

This video is very beneficial ! thank yout