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  What is hardest for you
Posted by: thorton - 06-12-2020, 04:20 AM - Forum: Cash Cow Marketing - Replies (5)

Hi, what part of running your internet business is the hardest for you and how do you deal with it to improve?

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  Pheed Me Traffic System
Posted by: Kurt - 06-11-2020, 07:55 PM - Forum: The Pharmers Market - No Replies

We all need more traffic. Even better if it's free traffic. So I put put together Pheed Me Traffic. I haven't released this before and it's only available to you through this email. I'll probably launch it soon.

It's a combination of some simple but powerful traffic hacks and it's also kind of a "work book".

There's nothing more to buy, although one tool I recommend has a paid option, but I've included a work-around for it so you don't have to pay anything...

Pheed Me Traffic is a system that uses Google Alerts. But we don't just want updated info. Instead we want to know where there is content related to our niches that we can post comments on.

The report will take you about 15 minutes to read and you'll discover a couple of unique traffic tips in it you can put to use a minute after...

I've also set it up so you can quickly modify a bunch of special Google Alert searches with your own keywords in about a minute. This saves you a lot of time..

The "work" is adding them to Google Alerts. You just copy and paste them into Alerts and let Google find for you the best places to post comments.

Just keep adding alerts when you get a chance and you'll have a marketing machine in no time. This system not only drives traffic directly, but also builds links to your web properties. And you only have to enter an alert one time and it can help you get traffic, links and make money for years in the future.

Included is a potent Quora trick as well as how to get the best results from posting on Reddit as well as some other advice and methods.

There's nothing else to buy and I haven't set up a "funnel". Just a little page with a PayPal button and then a download link.


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  What hidden value do you add to your products?
Posted by: Kurt - 06-11-2020, 01:46 AM - Forum: Cash Cow Marketing - No Replies

Do you add anything of value to your products that your folks many not even realize are included?

One thing I do is for PDF reports is I don't add heavy headers or footers or large solod black areas. If someone wants to print the PDF this will drain their ink a lot faster.

If you have to highlight an area with a background, use a light gray instead because it uses a lot less ink. I design PDFs with printer ink in mind and doubt anyone realizes it. Smile

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  Why isn't there any mouse flavored cat food?
Posted by: Kurt - 06-06-2020, 08:46 PM - Forum: Cash Cow Marketing - Replies (3)

Marketing question: Why isn't there any mouse flavored cat food?

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  CXL Digital Marketing Training?
Posted by: Kurt - 06-03-2020, 03:16 AM - Forum: Cash Cow Marketing - No Replies

Does anyone know anything about CXL? They are "supposed to" offer advanced marketing classes. They have a pretty good selection of marketing classes:

Here's some free classes:

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  Intent/Spirit or Letter?
Posted by: Kurt - 05-31-2020, 09:42 PM - Forum: Water Trough - Off Topic - Replies (2)

When it comes to laws and rules are you a letter of the law person or spirit (intent) of the law person?

For example there was a scene on Andy Griffith were Barney was giving tickets to truck drivers going only a few miles over the speed limit. Andy talked with how they always let truckers get a little extra speed going down that hill there before they had to go back uphill so they build momentum.

Barney was by the book, letter of the law, arguing about how the law was specific and the truckers broke the law.

I'm an intent person and try to follow what a law or rule wants to accomplish more than what it may say exactly and would take Andy's side in this argument.

Do you side with Andy or Barney?

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  Passwords, quizzes and privacy
Posted by: Kurt - 05-31-2020, 07:03 PM - Forum: Cash Cow Marketing - Replies (4)

You see a lot of those "what kind of tree am I" personality quizzes on social media as well as warnings about how these sites can use this info to help guess your passwords and security questions.

One way to be safer is not to use this kind of info in your passwords. I suggest creating a secret formula and not just a secret password.

A formula something like this:

Choose a base word where some of the special characters can be substituted for letters:

Now add a two digit number you'll remember somewhere:

Pick a position in the string and take the first 2-3 letters of the domain and capitalize them and add them. If I were creating a password for Google, my password may be:

FaceBook might be:

With a formula you can have unique passwords for each site that are not only secure but you can "solve" the formula if you need to.

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  How to convert text to videos using PowerPoint
Posted by: Kurt - 05-30-2020, 05:51 PM - Forum: Cash Cow Marketing - Replies (5)

Here's how to use Powerpoint to convert a text file into a video. There is video software sold by marketers that convert text to video sales letters, but PPT can do this too plus a lot more.

This is just a sample module from PowerPoint Paradise, which has a lot of other stuff and is available for Video VIP members here:

If you're not a Video VIP member you can join here...and VIPs get even more:

Text to VSL Part 1

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  Favorite and least favorite school subjects
Posted by: Kurt - 05-20-2020, 11:50 PM - Forum: Water Trough - Off Topic - Replies (3)

What are your favorite and least favorite school subjects?

My favorite was a class I took in college called Human Geography. It was about how people moved and interacted. For example, in America people don't like others within 3 feet of their face but will accept others a foot behind them. In other cultures they will accept someone only a foot in front of their face.

The class also dealt with things like how cities are set up. They all have a high rent downtown surrounded by a low rent industrial warehouse area on some sides.

My least favorite was anything to do with literature. I found (find) the "classics" to be so so so so boring. I don't care she had to wear a red letter. Where's the action? I took a philosophy class and really liked the classroom dicussions but couldn't stand the reading. Talking about Plato was a lot more interesting than reading Plato. Smile

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  The point of diminishing returns
Posted by: Kurt - 05-20-2020, 09:37 PM - Forum: Cash Cow Marketing - Replies (1)

The point of diminishing returns is something that isn't discussed a lot, something I think of a lot but don't do a lot about. Smile

Basically there's a point when you do something that your efforts will start to have less impact. Learning a skill like IM is a good example. At first many will feel overwhelemed.

But if you've been around a while trying to learn new things in IM gets kind of boring and we've discussed some of the more common issues dozens of times. So the time we spend trying to find a new method increases greatly.

Someone newer to IM, or a particular element of IM, will discover useful info pretty much all the time. Finding the balance between learning and being productive can be tough and is an example of reaching the point of diminishing returns.

When you're brand new to IM it's probably 95% learning and 5% being productive...

IMO I spend too much time learning and have a curious streak. For you experienced folks...idealistically how do you think we should budget our time? 20% learning 80% productive for example?

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