Usually these posts are people asking for ideas (which is great, fresh ideas and discussion are always good). This post however, is a challenge for myself. I'm moving from an apartment to a house on March 11 (my birthday). I want to have all my debts paid off as well as a healthy down payment, about $32,000 total. Now, I already have about $12,000 a month coming in from my various online adventures, but I want to help out everyone here. So, I'm starting with nothing, building another business, and telling everyone here how I do it. The rules:
I start with nothing but war room access, no website, no list, and only $30 to work with.
NO AFFILIATE LINKS. At no point will I try to sell you anything.
So, hopefully this challenge will be fun and informative for everyone. Subscribe to this thread if you'd like to follow along, or I'll start a blog if the mods would prefer me to. Tomorrow: how to turn $30 into $500 in one week.
I understand that some of you may think I'm splitting hairs or trying to make marketing more complex than it needs to be. I accept that criticism and suggest this concept may not be important to your marketing ... yet.
But I believe there will come a time if you stay with online marketing that you will recognize just how powerful this simple truth really is and begin using it to help bolster your conversions.
yesterday i purchased a new domain name, and started creating social pages. However i found that somebody has already registered the gmail account and Youtube, but the page has not been updated since 2012 and there is only 1 video. Can you please suggest me how can i contact and ask for the gmail account? Have anybody done it before ?
One of the greatest reasons to utilize the supported self-publishing route ahead of traditional (trade) publishing to produce your book is retained copyright ownership of your intellectual property. When you retain that ownership, you also maintain control over all aspects of your book sales and marketing ... including the sale of subsidiary rights.
Here is a great blog post that provides a bit more detail: The Importance of Foreign Rights. This is an incremental revenue stream that many Internet marketers/authors may not have considered before now. And it's an important one because there are literally thousands (possible even millions) of additional dollars to be made from a single book if marketed properly to the worldwide publishing market.
"But I don't have $1,000,000 to give away as a prize," you're saying. That's okay. You don't have to. Neither do the businesses who offer those $1,000,000 "hole in one" prizes to their staff and clients at corporate golf tournaments. They aren't paying for that prize out of their own pockets, either.
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I was thinking a little earlier today about Marketing in Asia (more particularly China) and how two of our primary Marketing Channels "SEO" and "Facebook Ads" are basically voided (Google and Facebook are blocked in China for those still wondering).
As far as I'm aware, Youku (their YouTube) and weChat seem to take the reigns with digital marketing to the general population through text, Moments and very minimal push notifications but are there any other digital marketing channels? Has anyone tried to focus their marketing to the Asian demographic/population?