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When you first discover Internet marketing you get all excited – and make no mistake about it, Internet marketing IS exciting.
Quite frankly the money making potential in an online business is massive and VERY easy to see…
So, you go off and learn as much as you can about it all. You learn all about how to build a website, how to FTP files and how to set up a WordPress blog. You read and learn all about email marketing and how to build a squeeze page, how to create an information product and how to launch a membership site.
So – if you were anything like me then you learnt all of this and dived right in.
But a few months or weeks down the line nothing much happened. and then it hits you like a ton of bricks…
None of these things matter if you don’t have traffic!
Yep – you can launch all the websites you want but if you don’t have any traffic then 1.) nobody’s ever going to see them (obviously) and 2.) you’re never going to make any money.
I know it sounds really daft but this is something most newbies completely miss. They think that you can just throw up a website and hope that other people find you…
But sadly that’s never going to work. You have to actively go out and tell people about your sites.
This leaves you with two options:
1. Paid traffic methods
2. Free traffic methodsOther Details
- 1 Ebook (PDF), 23 Pages
- 1 Salespage (HTML)
- 1 Squeeze Page (HTML)
- 9 Ecovers (JPG)
- special report
- Year Released/Circulated: 2013
- File Size: 2,366 KB
Yes can be sold.
Yes can sell resale rights or master resell rights.
You can add the product into your product bundle or package and sell for a higher price.
Yes can be added to a paid membership site.
You CAN give the product away for FREE
You CANNOT offer the product as a bonus to another product you are selling. However, you can offer other bonuses to this product when selling
You CANNOT sell the product on auction sites such as eBay.com
You CANNOT use nor sell this product in a dime sale event, under any circumstances at all. An event that constitutes a dime sale is one whereby the product starts selling at a very low price and increases every dime after a certain time frame or with every purchase using the dime sale script