Into June. Now What?

First post for a week, but I have been busy domestically. I know that doesn’t count when it comes to positive action, but as my wife constantly reminds me, there is life away from the internet!

Not really done a great deal since the last posting. Just a link or two each day on Twitter and IBOToolbox pointing to the funnel at http://www.aymayzin.com/d4u/index.html but still no new sign ups. I know the form works because I tested it. I know the first offer is good because I read it before I used it and the back end of the funnel is all related. I could offer my own done for you service as it’s not difficult and then put the takings there to buying solo ads but if no one is signing up, then no one is seeing the free product, let alone anything else down the line.

Just sat through an hour and a quarter Alex Jeffreys webinar. All good stuff as always, but it’s the usual Catch 22 situation that many marketers find themselves in. To get mentoring and be able to take things to the next stage you need the extra income. To get the extra income, you need mentoring! Arghhhh! I will get there.

The Social Marketer

I’ve put How To Become A Social Marketer onto the Amazon / Kindle site at $8.99. The higher than usual price will (I hope) mark it as something worth getting and a cut above the usual 99c stuff that seems to be out there. I know I should put it onto Warrior as a $7 WSO too (and it will be a genuine WSO – a reduced price offer for Warrior members – the way the rules state). I know I said last time I was going to read up on the process, but I didn’t. Once again no real excuses. It will be done. Soon.

So aims for this weekend… Create WSO and push it out. Write a couple of short articles with resource boxes pointing to the WSO and perhaps a press release for this site (maybe another for the WSO).  That should be something.

In between times I will carry on posting links on Twitter, APSense and IBO, to the funnel and to this posting. Things will start moving. Slowly perhaps, but moving.

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  • Glenn Shepherd on

    Hi Steven,

    Congrats and well done on getting your book done. I think the WSO idea is a good one too and I wish you all the best with that.

    One thing I’d like to suggest about your blog, if I may, is with regards to user engagement. As you state on the right-hand side, a blog should be a dynamic, two-way process and I wholeheartedly agree. That being the case, you need to make it easy for people to engage with you. Currently you have things set up so that people can’t leave a comment unless they register. That’s likely to put a lot of people off, mate. In all honestly, if I had just randomly stumbled across your blog and found that I had to register simply to leave a comment then I probably would have just moved on. That’s not to minimise the value of engaging with you and your content, it’s simply too much of a time-consuming and arduous process for most people, I think.

    I’ve just had a look back through some of your posts and, so far, I haven’t seen any comments, with the exception of what appear to be trackbacks. I suspect that the registration issue could be the a reason.

    I hope you don’t mind me pointing this out. I’d just hate to see you put so much work into delivering awesome content but missing out on the user engagement that you could be getting. 🙂

    »Glenn«

  • Brilliant Glenn.

    Just the kind of positive feedback I need. As per your suggestion I’ve removed the need to be a registered user to be able to comment. Thank you so much.
    Regards,

    Steven

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