Frank Kern's MassControl giveaway today is so hard to resist. Who wouldn't want to get 9 DVD's of Frank saying "dude" and "crap"? Kidding there, but you know what I mean. There is so much value in the giveaway and so many emails coming out that I'm sure thousands will buy.
The real goal for Frank though would be to retain monthly paying members. In the past I've found that a large percentage of people that get stuff free ( or for shipping ) won't contine to pay.
What do you think the retention rate would be? Does anyone know what is was / is for Stompernet?
Wow, I first joined WarrioForum back in 2006 and have almost forgotten about this place! So I just want to show people what I'm currently working on. I now run a marketing firm and we were commissioned by ABC.com to basically "create a website for Jimmy Kimmel" and make it go viral. The theme is Halloween!
This is a WarriorForum exclusive, and not even ABC.com knows about the actual site URL yet, this would also make a good case study for you budding internet marketers out there, on how to create organic, viral and natural traffic (in the 10s of millions). URL to follow:
You can't live with and you can't live without it. This is what I have to say about my hourly rate.
I don't need it, in the first place, but my clients obviously do. I mean, every client and project are specific and unique in their own way. The best way is to determine a price from case to case, strictly individually.
A great way to build an email list is to publish an email newsletter and you can then sell products to your subscribers. Here are a few tips on how to create an email newsletter.
1. Maintain focus. A narrowly focused newsletter performs better than a broad themed one.