The Exact Step By Step Formula To Make A Million Dollars By Next Week

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If you opened this thread looking for a step by step method to making a million dollars by next week...this thread was written for you!

I posed a question in one of my Facebook groups the other day asking everyone, Why dont you have a million dollars? Whats holding you back?

The answers I got back were mostly the same. People saying that they are getting distracted, cant stay focused, still buying shiny objects, etc. It reminded me of a lot of stuff I see on this forum. Ive noticed that a lot of people on the forum think that they need some bright, shiny object to come save their money troubles or that by changing business models they can see success faster.

Everyone is asking questions such as "Should I be affiliate marketing, or should I be email marketing, or should I be content marketing?" All of those areas are centered around a standard theme and all have one word in common, MARKETING. What people have to understand, is that there's no button that you should be pushing, there's no software to turn your laptop into an ATM, and there's no way for you to become a success overnight as has been said on this forum many times before, but it seems like people still don't get it.

People want to take the easy way out. Well let me tell you this, THE EASY WAY OUT IS TO QUIT...RIGHT NOW. Making money online isn't a hobby, its a business and most people think they can treat it like a hobby and make the same money as other people who treat it like a business...not gonna happen.

Just like you would if you were learning how to Ski or how to play tennis, you need to be ground in the FUNDAMENTALS. You don't need to find some loophole and try to see how long you can make it work, you need to learn the fundamentals of marketing and how things flow. Once you have the fundamentals down, you should be marketing. Everything comes down to marketing.

Where I see people going wrong, is they're simply worried about the wrong things and end up spending their money trying to learn something that in actuality isnt going to help them become a better marketer. For example, you're going to have to use Youtube, you're going to have to use Instagram, you're going to have to use multiple different channels but these are just different channels to get your message across. Youtube shouldn't be a product. "Learn how to make money with Youtube." Twitter shouldn't be a product. "Learn how to make money with Twitter," because if you're a marketer, youre going to use all of these to make money depending on what you're marketing, right?

Marketing and sales are two different things, and I won't get into that right now but I say all that to say this - Stop looking for a bright, shiny object. Stop worrying if it's going to be CPA marketing, or if it's going to be email marketing, or is it going to be affiliate marketing, or, "Should I make my own products?". The first thing that you should learn how to do is market. Before you go buy the next product and say, "I'm going to go learn how to be the next Snapchat millionaire," back up for a second and understand that if you use Snapchat, if you use Instagram, if you use Youtube, it all goes back to one central question, "Do you know how to market in the first place?" or maybe even better, "Do you even market bro?

Stop looking for a bright, shiny object, stop looking for the next boxed product and get down to the core building blocks of what makes up the fundamentals of marketing.

Oh yeah and about that step by step plan on making a million by next week?

That's what us marketers call clickbait... learn how to use it.
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  • Profile picture of the author DaleRodge
    Clickbait... Tut tut!

    But yes you're right, you've got to educate yourself, implement what you've learned & then repeat the process.

    Most people know what to do, few are willing to actually do it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sonny Tee
      Originally Posted by DaleRodge View Post

      Most people know what to do, few are willing to actually do it.
      Exactly man.
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    • Profile picture of the author Splatterfox
      Originally Posted by DaleRodge View Post

      Clickbait... Tut tut!

      But yes you're right, you've got to educate yourself, implement what you've learned & then repeat the process.

      Most people know what to do, few are willing to actually do it.
      I partly disagree, I don't think that most people know what to do.

      They know the theory of what should eventually make you somewhat the amount of money that it made someone else.

      Its actually crazy how many people justify the term "Online Marketer" by just watching YouTube videos, listening to podcasts and reading blogs all day.

      But with millions of competitors its not about pure execution and theory anymore. Anyone can outsource, anyone can setup a blog, anyone can buy an online store or get a domain. Its how you put all that into a coherent bigger picture in a creative way where YOU add the value in the end.
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    • Profile picture of the author VidasVegas
      My goal this year is six figures.Are you making millions? with your formula?
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    So trued also you should stay focused in one thing until you get very good at it and after that you should move to another thing .For example you must master youtube trafic and when you get succes learn paid trafic and invest from your youtube earnings
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    You owe me a million dollars by next week.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Chapple
    Let me know when it's BOGOF week, I want $2m.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    That's what us marketers call clickbait... learn how to use it.
    Horrible "advice!"

    That's akin to telling people to go buy some fake Amazon reviews.

    You might want to investigate the "Fake News- Clickbait" discussions going on across the net.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sonny Tee
      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      Horrible "advice!"

      That's akin to telling people to go buy some fake Amazon reviews.

      You might want to investigate the "Fake News- Clickbait" discussions going on across the net.
      You must not market on YouTube...
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Sonny Tee View Post


      That's what us marketers call clickbait... learn how to use it.
      Yeah, I wold learn to stay away from that. Could be just semantics. But semantics can go a long way in either turning "off" or turning "on" others.

      Imo, it would be better for marketers to learn how to "engage" and "captivate" .

      Rather than saying to use "clickbait" (has so much negative connotation.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by Sonny Tee View Post

    The Exact Step By Step Formula To Make A Million Dollars By Next Week

    It is possible, you know, it's done all the time. Simply choose to find and marry someone that has millions already. There you go!

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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Unless you're getting paid by number of exposures, clickbaiting to make money has been terrible advice.

    Yes, you can get clicks. Lots of them.

    Do they convert? Not in my experience.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sonny Tee
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      Unless you're getting paid by number of exposures, clickbaiting to make money has been terrible advice.

      Yes, you can get clicks. Lots of them.

      Do they convert? Not in my experience.

      I'm guessing the only thing you read here was the last sentence...

      Talking about clickbait was more a joke than anything. What I'm saying John is that to be successful online you need to start with the fundamentals and build from there. If you get online and try to be successful with a "method", for most people it is short lived but if you start with fundamentals and then grow from there your chances of having sustainable success increases greatly from my experience.

      Sonny
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    I get your point... but I don't think that when you stop buying products you automatically make money.

    It's hard work, consistency, and lots and lots of focus.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sonny Tee
      Originally Posted by Edwin Torres View Post

      It's hard work, consistency, and lots and lots of focus.
      That's exactly my point Edwin, if you're working hard and consistently doing and focusing on the wrong things, you will make things a lot harder on yourself, which is often what people do when they hop from business model to business model. On the other hand, if you work hard, focus, and stay consistent with getting the fundamentals of marketing down, making money becomes much easier.
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      • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
        Originally Posted by Sonny Tee View Post

        On the other hand, if you work hard, focus, and stay consistent with getting the fundamentals of marketing down, making money becomes much easier.
        It's a common business flaw to focus on marketing and the fundamentals of marketing when the real focus should be on the fundamentals of running any business.

        The common misconception is to focus on marketing.

        You know. . . increase number of customers. . . increase average purchase. . . increase frequency of purchase.

        It can be the easiest formula to sell to people hungry for improvement.

        It is only one third of what really works.

        The other two thirds are what most businesses struggle forever to work out.

        Best regards,

        Ozi
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        • Profile picture of the author DABK
          Now you done it! You've necessarily complicated it.

          The converse of that is, some people only focus (enough) on creating the product/delivering the service and not enough on marketing.

          In a previous business, I figured out how to outprice my competitors successfully, how to have clients chase me to the point where I daily wished some of them would just take a hike, but not how to not be the business... Everything bottle-necked with me and I was not a happy camper.

          Yup, marketing is only one of the elements of owning/running a business that needs to be mastered.


          Originally Posted by Oziboomer View Post

          It's a common business flaw to focus on marketing and the fundamentals of marketing when the real focus should be on the fundamentals of running any business.

          The common misconception is to focus on marketing.

          You know. . . increase number of customers. . . increase average purchase. . . increase frequency of purchase.

          It can be the easiest formula to sell to people hungry for improvement.

          It is only one third of what really works.

          The other two thirds are what most businesses struggle forever to work out.

          Best regards,

          Ozi
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    Well written Sonny!

    If you focus on becoming a master marketer through educating yourself and taking massive action, it's almost impossible not to make decent money online. You need to do both. Educating yourself without taking massive action leads to information overload. Taking massive action without educating yourself leads to an unnecessary amount of mistakes and failures. Yes, you can fail your way to success, but why make things harder than it needs to be.

    Educate yourself on how to market high converting offers, and take massive action on what you've learned. Do this and you will be able to work your way up to a million dollars. It probably won't happen in a week, but if you can make $1,000 online then you can make $1,000,000
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    • Profile picture of the author Sonny Tee
      Originally Posted by Trey Morgan View Post

      Well written Sonny!

      If you focus on becoming a master marketer through educating yourself and taking massive action, it's almost impossible not to make decent money online. You need to do both. Educating yourself without taking massive action leads to information overload. Taking massive action without educating yourself leads to an unnecessary amount of mistakes and failures. Yes, you can fail your way to success, but why make things harder than it needs to be.

      Educate yourself on how to market high converting offers, and take massive action on what you've learned. Do this and you will be able to work your way up to a million dollars. It probably won't happen in a week, but if you can make $1,000 online then you can make $1,000,000
      I couldn't agree more Trey. It definitely wont happen over night but like you said, if you can make a little, you can make a lot...just gotta know how to dribble before you can shoot.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    Stop looking for a bright, shiny object, stop looking for the next boxed product and get down to the core building blocks of what makes up the fundamentals of marketing.
    I see the problem with chasing shiny objects but from a marketers perspective...It's how we make money...as a marketer one skill set is learning how to put your products 'in front' of people on a daily basis (whether they already have a product to sell or not).

    Just being honest.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sonny Tee
      Originally Posted by Rory Singh View Post

      I see the problem with chasing shiny objects but from a marketers perspective...It's how we make money...as a marketer one skill set is learning how to put your products 'in front' of people on a daily basis (whether they already have a product to sell or not).

      Just being honest.
      Of course. This is more for the people who have yet to see the success they have been looking for..and dont forget, I'm a marketer too
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      • Profile picture of the author Howard Mims
        I'm still trying to obtain that success
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  • Profile picture of the author shmol
    To me, the best approach is to find one method that you will do--and then do it.

    Of course, you cannot have your head in the sand and keep pounding away if it is not working, but the sad fact is--and I did this in my early days--most people give the method they are using a week--maybe two--then they stop--and say that the method does not work.

    Chances are, it is not the method, they just did not give it enough time to work.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Keep in mind that there's a difference between CLICKBAIT and disappointing people with misleading titles.

    The former can work wonders when paired with solid content that delivers, the latter can erode credibility and make people more resistant to buying.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Hi Sonny,

    When you "make" a millie it would be SO much more fun, enjoyable and fulfilling to do so from love, versus from fear, manipulation and those lower energy drivers.

    Click bait is fear, manifest. Some marketer fears missing out, or running out and does not create something super helpful to benefit both parties, but allows their fears to goad them to manipulate.

    This renders the illusion of working, but you know how fear follows ya around like a little puppy LOL.

    Top IM guys are legends for a reason but every single one who did things from a fear-filled, manipulative space ran into legal troubles or other probs, or will do, in the future, because you can't out run your fear

    Do things with love. Be clear. Give. Don't try so hard to get.

    Cool things happen really easily for me and I live a cool life circling the globe because I am predominantly doing things from an energy of love and service, versus from fear and manipulation.

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  • Profile picture of the author mosbah77
    I think yhis is very realestic as no desent program can give you a mi9llion in one week, If I face an opportunity that promise making a million by next week I consider it scam and garbage
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by Sonny Tee View Post

    I'm guessing the only thing you read here was the last sentence...

    Talking about clickbait was more a joke than anything. What I'm saying John is that to be successful online you need to start with the fundamentals and build from there. If you get online and try to be successful with a "method", for most people it is short lived but if you start with fundamentals and then grow from there your chances of having sustainable success increases greatly from my experience.

    Sonny
    As Robert said, it may just be semantics. As I read an otherwise high value contribution, it ended with a recommendation to learn to use clickbait titles.

    You and I both have a flaw that bites us sometimes. We post things that tickle our own sense of humor, and the people reading them don't see the smile and chuckle that go along with it.

    I poked at the last sentence because it was the only thing I didn't agree with.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    lol.
    Awesome thread, hopefully everyone took it as it was intended and shame on anyone who got upset or offended!
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