Internet Marketing Coaching for the Price of a Cheeseburger?

December 7th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in Coaching, News

If you are struggling with internet marketing, then you need to read the following.

I had been doing internet marketing for over 10 years before I entered the internet marketing niche in 2006.  When I launched my first IM product one of my first affiliates was Liz Tomey.  She blasted past all other affiliates and easily won spot as my top affiliate.

Liz Tomey earned me (and herself) several thousand dollars before I met her a few weeks later at the JV-Alert Live convention in Florida.

Jeff Dedrick and Scott Stamper Then a few years ago I met Jeff Dedrick at the very first Warrior convention in Austin Texas.  We had dinner out at a Mexican restaurant and hit it off. We started a site that started pulling in 90,000 visitors a day in a non-IM niche.  Jeff is one of those true internet marketing geniuses, and I rarely use that term for marketers.
Jeff Dedrick and Scott Stamper  

 
Because Jeff was a friend I bought one of his resale rights packages for $17 and left it sitting on a site I have as a backend offer.  That one little product has been converting like crazy over the years and has put untold thousands of dollars into my pocket… Without me doing any work.
 

Why am I telling you all this?

Because these two friends, two million dollar sellers, have teamed up to offer coaching for the price of a cheeseburger (It sounds crazy, but it’s true) I felt compelled to let my readers at Marketing Mayhem know about it.

Why are they doing this?  Because they realize the value in teaming up with people they coach. 

I rarely recommend coaching to others, but with a powerhouse team like Liz and Jeff you can’t lose.I’ve personally made many thousands of dollars working with these two, so I can honestly recommend them to give you the hand-holding help you need without any hesitation.But don’t take my word for it, visit their coaching page and see for yourself. liz-tomey
  Liz Tomey

 

Click Here to Get Coaching –> http://marketingmayhem.com/go/lizjeff 
 

Finally, I’ve had some super affiliates promote some of my products and when I chat with them I’ll often ask “How did you get your start?” and a couple have said that Liz Tomey showed them the ropes.  Once I asked an affiliate how he gets the huge flood of traffic he’s been throwing to my sites and he said “Jeff Dedrick showed me how to get traffic”.

So not only is that more proof that these two know what they are talking about it also shows me something more important.  It proves to me that this team knows how to pass that knowledge along, even to people that have previously struggled.

So if you are struggling, Click Here to and get the help you need.

http://marketingmayhem.com/go/lizjeff

Google Launches Social Network

September 1st, 2011 No Comments   Posted in News

google_social Google has jumped into social networking with their own network: Google Plus. When co-founder Larry Page took the helm of Google in June, he promised to prioritize social networking. As Facebook and Twitter continue to explode, Google looked to become part of the social networking boom.

One of the differentiator’s Google boasts is the ability to organize your friends and contacts into circles based on the nature of the relationship. This allows you to share some posts with friends, others with family and still others with co-workers.

Google states that sharing everything with everyone is: sloppy, scary and insensitive. Instead, Google Plus (Google+) was created for “giving you more ways to stay private and go public… more meaningful choices around your friends and your data.”

Similar to Facebook in structure, Google Plus has news feeds, profile pictures and the like. The core difference is that while Facebook lumps all your friends into one heap, Google Plus allows you to set up circles of friends that you define yourself, deciding who goes in which circle. Then, when you are ready to share information or photos, you can be selective about who sees it.

An added bonus to this enhanced user-driven functionality, according to Google, is that it enhances your level of privacy – a criticism Facebook has encountered for its come one-come all sharing mechanism.

Bradley Horowitz, Google’s Vice President of Product Management says, “In the online world there’s this ‘share box’ and you type into it and you have no idea who is going to get that, or where it’s going to land, or how it’s going to embarrass you six months from now.”

Other features of Google Plus include Sparks, Hangouts, Instant Upload and Huddle. Delivering a feed of great content from across the internet on any topic you want and in 40 different languages, Sparks allows you to customize your feed by specifying interests and then provides you with a stream of cool stuff to watch, read and share – with the circle of friends that you choose.

Hangouts is a virtual front porch or pub where you can meet up with a group of friends or family easily on-line. Live multi-person video allows you to stop by and meet with a circle of friends whenever you have time.

Instant Upload allows you to never leave a photo behind. When you snap photos with your mobile phone, Google Plus (with permission) adds your photos to a private album in the cloud. You can then access them from any of your devices and share them when you want and with who you want.

Huddle was developed to take the pain out of coordinating in real-time and real-life with friends and family. When you are making or changing plans, it can be a real hassle to try to text or call everyone you need to. Huddle is a group messaging experience that allows you to let everyone inside the circle know what’s going on.

Google Plus is still in its Field Trial stage and allowing people in by invite only. To take an interactive tour of Google Plus, request a spot in the trial or sign up for notifications about project status, visit www.google.com/+.