54 signups in an hour plus one sale...

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Hey Warriors..

I have some food for thought.. Which would basically get you to get off your butt and take some action if you are not a strong believer in hard work. And it will come across as an encouragement to all those who take action.

I just created a new sales letter and a few videos on Youtube and went to the mall with mom to buy here a new pair of earrings. And I have out all evening, and just come back. this is what I see in my email inbox...

1. 3 sales at $17 dollars and 1 at $997 (This was a network marketing sale to a person I didn't even call once). the $17 ebook + audio was on Network marketing again to explain the large gap between front end and back end. Basically, that was just a starter for the main NM sale.

2. 54 signups in one hour.

I have no way of determining where all this traffic came from, but apparently nearly 105 people saw my lead capture page. All I can do is make an assumption and attribute this to a recent video I did and submitted it to over 30 sites using Traffic Geyser.

This was intended to be a funny spoof of how so many sponsors promise heaven and skies and never even show their faces once they have made the sale.

I think this video has done much more than what was expected out of it... and I have no way of telling how many more sales it will make me.

I have always fantasized about creating spoof videos, but somehow I wanted to be perfect at humor and THEN create a spoof. I just kept procrastinating and this was the first such video I had done.

Not boasting or anything, but I think this money is attributed to just one thing... TAKING ACTION.

Any length of coaching and education will fail if there is no implementation.

Just don't worry...


So do it NOW.

#internet marketing #hour #sale #signups
  • Profile picture of the author Kim Standerline
    I suggest you get out there back to the Mall and buy your mother a bracelet to go with the earings

    well done hun
  • Profile picture of the author Tim_Carter
    Originally Posted by lakshaybehl View Post


    So do it NOW.
    Exactly right. If I waited for everything to be perfect I'd still be making nothing.

    My most successful membership went out with a 2 paragraph sales page and no graphics. I got 50 signups. I tweaked it afterwards and it went ballistic.

    Get it out there then tweak it.

    And congratulations lakshaybehl. Good work!
  • Profile picture of the author alexshelton
    Lakshay, any chance of viewing the video in question?

    Congrats btw

  • Profile picture of the author mudmat
    Hi lakshay,

    Well done! The video that you have done must be great and traffic geyser must have also done a good job. Not forgetting your sales letter too..
  • Profile picture of the author agoodsaid
    I like this - helps me just get going:

    Living up to ideals is like doing everyday work with your Sunday clothes on.
    ~Ed Howe


  • Profile picture of the author Steve Taylor
    I think EDC is a MLM program with cheesy pictures of people standing by expensive cars and mansions type sales pitches.

    Geared towards selling the dream to suckers.........I mean newbies.
    Maybe it's not fair to judge because I haven't used the program but it's just that kind of sales letter that gets to me....buy our program and you too can live in a mansion.

  • Profile picture of the author Li Weng
    Congratulations! That's great work.

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