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You Are in Competition with Netflix

Well now, competion with Netflix, that’s a sobering thought, isn’t it?

What is Netflix first of all?

Netflix is a streaming software that lets you to instantly watch content from Netflix through any Internet-connected device using Netflix app, including smart TVs, game consoles, streaming media players, smartphones, or tablets and the list goes on and on…

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Competition Netflix

You Are in Competition with Netflix

And it’s not just Netflix. You are in competition with many tough competitors such as: Reddit, YouTube, Amazon, social media, video games and every website out there for your prospect’s attention.

Scary, isn’t it?

But before you quit and curl yourself into a self-defeated ball, rethink and consider this:

You have a valuable message that no one else on the planet can deliver but you.

It’s your own unique perspective on the world and on your own niche.

No one else out there has your exact experience or viewpoint.

No one else looks at things exactly from your point of view or as you do.

And no one else on the planet can articulate your unique message like you can.

So beyond delivering what is distinctive and uniquely yours, what makes for riveting, effective content that keeps your visitors reading, watching and consuming your information?

Effective content is:

1: Focused. Let your headline guide you through and write from an outline so you don’t wander off track and get lost along the way.

2: Conversational. Write in a pleasing, friendly and welcoming tone. Use a unique style and easy vocabulary that is appropriate for your target audience – not your English professor.

3: Task Oriented. Write actionable content that solves your reader’s problems. Keep in mind that boredom is one of those problems, so solve it by being interesting to your reader, too.

4: Concise. Use as many precise words as you need, but no more than what is necessary. You have no interest in wasting your reader’s time or putting them to sleep or you get the click away.

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Limited = More Value

Why Limited = More Value?

You already know all about scarcity don’t you? The scarcer something is, the more people want it and want it bad. That’s why limited has more value in it.

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Limited More Value

Think About it why Limited Edition = More Value

That’s why we use deadlines to entice customers to buy quickly. Without deadlines, people by nature would put it off and procrastinate then forget all about it.

For decades savvy store owners have used this simple trick to entice people to buy. By limiting the number of items a person can purchase, they increase the number of items sold.

But I wonder – are we using this method online to its maximum advantage? Yes, we sometimes limit the number of copies sold. The limit forces people to fall for what’s called FOLO “Fear Of Losing Out”. Yes, we use deadlines and then promise not to sell any more after that deadline.

But what if we used it in a slightly different way…

Let’s assume you have different levels of participation in a product launch.

For example: You will sell only 10 copies at $2,500 each that includes actual one-on-one coaching with you for 12 weeks.

You’ll sell only 100 copies at $1,000 that includes group coaching instead of one-on-one for 12 weeks.

You’ll sell 200 copies at $500 that includes the “done for you option,” which is also included in the higher levels, too. But there is no one-on-one or groupcoaching at this level.

In addition, you’ll sell 1,000 copies that don’t include coaching or the done for you option.

Then you place visible counters on your site that tell how many copies of each have sold and how much are remaining.

Yes, this will take some guts as there is some risk involved. After all, what if something doesn’t sell? But that’s also the fascination factor, too.

People will continue to revisit the page just to see what’s selling. They are curious to know, will they miss out?

And what happens when there are only 6 or 5 or 4 copies left of the highest option? Suddenly they’ll start selling FASTER than before.

Most likely the last copy or two will likely FLY off the shelf.

You’re adding a new brand of scarcity to your campaign, a higher level of fascination and interest and accommodating people’s needs as well.

You might think of this as a new way of upselling, or a more transparent method which is better than using one time offers. It’s up front, honest, and lets people decide ahead of time what they want to do.

And if they don’t act fast enough, they will miss out, too.

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Red + Blue Equals Action

I hesitate to share this with you for two reasons:

One, it’s super sneaky and ultra-powerful to let it out.

Two, I’m wondering if everyone starts use this method, will it dilute the effect it has on prospects?

Why Red Color, Why Blue Color Equals Action?!

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Red Plus Blue Equals Action

Simple Math: Why Red Color, Why Blue Color Equals Action

Heck with it, I’m going to share it with you anyway.

Next time you are designing an online ad, website, book cover, etc., try the color effect method:

Utilize the color red to call attention, not only that, but combine red with blue for maximum effect.

The blue has a calming effect. That’s why most sales people wear Blue. The red is shouting, “Hey, over here, this is important!” Red is a sign of leadership.

Then when the prospect comes over to your online ad, the blue color is like handing her a nice soothing cup of hot cocoa.

It’s the best of both worlds, and they’ll never know why they were drawn to your online ad or the visual media. It doesn’t take a genius to grow online profits… Just implement proven strategies that work.

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Use Faces in Your Ads to Engage Emotion

Many people love to tell you they are logical and rational, and that they make decisions based on the facts. But what people say and what they do are 2 different things.

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Use Faces Your Ads Engage Emotion

Use Faces in Your Ads to Engage Emotion

Really between you and me, whether online and offline many people make decisions based on emotion – they just don’t realize how they do it. So how can you tap into those emotions and get them to click your link or buy your products? Simply by adding faces to just about everything you do online.

Next time you run an online ad like Facebook ad, do a test. In one ad, use any image that you want, as long as it’s not a face.

In another online ad, use an interesting face that expresses the emotion you want the viewer or your prospect to feel.

Now notice how many clicks you get and which one gets more clicks.

Face images online, whether they’re drawings or photos, not only do they work just on Facebook ads, but also on your sidebar ads, blog posts, all social media posts and so on.

In addition, they work especially well on all online things related to Facebook and online social media, because people online are already looking for faces they can recognize or know. Thus your posts and ads will unobtrusively blend right into your customer’s newsfeed.

For example, if you happen to see your friend’s face online or someone you know well or very well, wouldn’t you stop to see what they are up to?

That’s why using faces in your ads to engage emotions online is a very powerful tool that you need to use in online marketing.

The human brain is actually wired to look for and respond to facial cues and expressions, much more so than the written word.

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How to Change Anyone – Even Yourself

You’ve been wanting to start an online business, but you keep putting it off and you don’t know where to start!

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Change Yourself

Change yourself first to be able to change anyone

This is How to Change Anyone – Even Yourself

You want to build a new website online, write a new book, create a new product, etc., but you can’t seem to be able to do it.

Or maybe you just want to exercise more than before or eat better and healthier food, so you have the renewed energy to run your own online business.

Whatever the change is that you want to make, you might be having a tough time making that change ‘stick.’

Or perhaps you want to help someone else to make a change.

I’ve just started reading, “Instant Influence: How to Get Anyone to Do Anything,” by Michael Pantalon, and I want to share something with you.

It’s his formula for getting anyone to change he said.

Instead of telling others why they might want to change, you ask them why they might want to change, using these six steps:

Step 1: Why might you want to change? (Or if the person is you, ask yourself, “Why might I want to change?”)

Step 2: How ready are you to want to change – on a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 means “not ready at all” and 10 means, “you’re totally ready?”

Step 3: Why didn’t you pick a lower number? (Or if the ‘influencee’ picked 1, either ask the second question again, this time about a smaller step toward change, or ask, “What would it take for that 1 to turn into a 2?”)

Step 4: Imagine you’ve changed. What would the positive outcomes be?

Step 5: Why are those outcomes important to you?

Step 6: What’s the next step, if any?

That’s it. I invite you to try this one to yourself first, before you try it on someone else.

See what happens. I know when I used it to make myself give up a certain food that I was practically addicted to, it worked like a charm.

Next I’m going to try it on bigger things and see what happens.

According to the reviews on Amazon, this simple process has literally changed lives, so maybe it will change yours.

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Are You Coaching? Here’s How to Double Your Income

How coaching doubles your income?
Short and sweet: If you’re making good money coaching others to do or accomplish something, then you can probably double the money you make without much effort.

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Coaching doubles income

How Coaching Doubles Your Income?

It’s sort of a recycle and reuse kind of thing, where nothing in your business goes to waste.

Let’s say you spend time coaching people on how to start their own businesses. You show them the sequence, how to get things done, how to outsource, the shortcuts, the little things they need to know and so forth.

But consider this: There are other marketers who want to get paid for coaching, too. Except they don’t know where to start or what to do.

So you also coach other marketers on how to do coaching.

You let them in on all your secrets of how to get clients, how to work with clients, how the whole process works and so forth.

I suppose you could even let them listen in on your coaching calls. If you do, you need to let your students know someone else is on the line.

And whatever you’re charging your regular coaching clients, you can probably about double for your new students who are learning how to become coaches. Again, it’s up to you.

You’ve got a skill – coaching – that others want to have. So why not become a coach’s coach?

You can give your future coaches templates for their sales pages, techniques for getting their first clients and ongoing support. And for this you can easily charge $5,000. pretty cool how coaching doubles your income isn’t it?

Even if you just take on two new students a month who are learning to be coaches, that’s an extra $120,000 a year.

I mentioned this to a friend, and he’s a bit snarky. He wanted to know, “If you’re coaching students, and you’re coaching coaches on how to coach students, couldn’t you also coach people on how to train new coaches that teach coaching?”

Actually, yes. But that might be taking things a bit far. So stick to coaching to double your income. 😉

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How to Create a Great Unique Value Proposition

Your unique value proposition determines if people and visitors will bother reading about your product or close the page and click away. If you get it right, sales can skyrocket. Get it wrong, and you’ll wonder why all that traffic isn’t converting into sales as you want them to.

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How Create Great Unique Value Proposition

How to Create a Great Unique Value Proposition

The less your company is known, the more you need to work on your unique value proposition and perfect. Some times the unique value proposition is called unique selling proposition. Does Pepsi or Coke need a unique value proposition? Probably not.

Does Little Guy Joe who just got into online marketing need a unique value proposition for his product or service? He sure does if he wants to make online sales.

So What is a Unique Value Proposition Anyway?

Not wanting to rely solely on my memory, I did some research, and this is what I found to be something of a consensus of what a unique value proposition should be:

It’s your promise of value to be delivered to the customer. And it’s the #1 reason your prospect should buy from YOU. It’s what makes your product or service distinctive from the rest.

A great unique value proposition incorporates one or more of these qualities:

  1. Explaining how your product or service is going to solve your customer’s problem, or how it’s going to improve your customer’s percieved value or situation. (This is called relevancy)
  2. States specific benefits that your product delivers (This is quantified value)
  3. Tells your customer why they should buy from you instead of your competition (This is unique differentiation)

But I think we need more clarification. In doing my research, I also found that a great unique value proposition…

  • Targets a specific market
  • Focuses on quality, cost or speed, or a combination of both
  • Clarifies what the company or product does not do
  • There might be more than one unique value proposition

Your unique value proposition should be the first thing visitors see on your home page. Plus, you’ll want to place it on all entry points to your site as well.

People need to be able to read your unique value proposition and immediately understand it. Which is to say, corporate gibberish created by a committee of eggheads isn’t going to cut it.

For example, if I tell you that my unique value proposition is:

“Revenue-focused automated marketing and sales closing solutions unleashed through collaboration throughout the revenue cycle”

I’m guessing you’re going to be bewildered. Or you’re falling asleep. Or you’re confused as can be.

And there’s no need to be redundant. For example:

Online Billing and Invoicing Software

Invoice Dude is a unique online billing software specially designed for small and medium businesses. Thousands of reputed businesses and individuals trust our software for their invoicing!

This tries to appeal to too many people – small businesses, medium businesses and individuals.

There is no differentiation from other online billing and invoicing software.

In addition, it says ‘thousands of businesses,’ yet offers no proof of uniqueness. Stating an actual number such as 12,549 would make it distinctive and helps greatly, and it could be updated automatically or manually on a daily or weekly basis.

Plus, I don’t know about you, but this entire unique value proposition puts me to sleep.

And with a name like Invoice Dude, they could have done soooo much better.

What a Unique Value Proposition is NOT

The unique value proposition isn’t a catch phrase or a slogan.

“Coke, it’s the real thing” and “L’Oreal, because you’re worth it” are slogans, not unique value propositions.

It’s also not a positioning statement as well.

“America’s #1 bandage brand, heals the wound fast, heals the hurt faster” is a positioning statement.

These are better than not having them, but they’re not what we’re striving for.

Calling your product or service the ‘real thing’ doesn’t show one reason or benefit why one should buy your product or service over the competition.

Because you’re worth it doesn’t tell us anything – it just sounds good. And an expensive product.

Being #1 isn’t so unique and doesn’t make me want to buy your product or service, either.

These are all examples of slogans, not unique value propositions:

  • Like sleeping on a cloud (Sealy)
  • Milk from contented cows (Carnation)
  • Save Money, Live Better (Wal-Mart)
  • I’m lovin’ it (McDonalds)
  • When you care enough to send the very best (Hallmark)
  • Just Do It (Nike)
  • Finger Lickin’ Good (KFC)
  • Have it your way (Burger King)
  • Melts in your mouth, not in your hands (M&M)
  • The happiest place on earth (Disney World)
  • The best a man can get (Gillette)
  • Betcha can’t eat just one (Lays)
  • Think outside the bun (Taco Bell)
  • “Koo Koo for Cocoa Puffs”
  • “Snap! Crackle! Pop!” (Rice Krispies)
  • “Are you a Cadbury’s fruit and nut case?”
  • “Keep Walking” (Johnny Walker Whiskey)
  • “Wii would like to play.”
  • “I’d rather die of thirst than drink from the cup of mediocrity.” (Stella Artois)
  • “We don’t charge an arm and a leg. We want tows.” (From a towing company)
  • “Yesterday’s meals on wheels” (From a septic tank)
  • “We repair what your husband fixed.” (From a plumber’s truck)

Unique Value Proposition Components

A unique value proposition is usually longer than a slogan.

In fact, a unique value proposition can have a headline, a sub-headline, one short paragraph of text and possibly bullet points.

And it might even include a visual effects, such as a photo, graphics or hero shot.

There is more than one correct way to build your value statement, and there is more than only one possibility. This is something you need to think about for a while.

You take notes, try different things, think about it, tweak it, tweak it again, ask opinions and tweak it some more.

Headline: This is usually the main and most important benefit you’re offering your customers, stated in one short and clear sentence. You might mention the product, the customer or both. This is where you grab attention, because if you don’t, then you’ve already lost a fair share of your prospects.

Sub-headline: This is a specific explanation of what your product does best, who the ideal customer is and why your product is useful to your ideal customer.

One short paragraph: This short paragraph can be used instead of or in addition to a sub-headline, and serves the same purpose as the above sub-headline.

3 bullet points: These are the key benefits or features. Notice we said three, not unlimited. You may or may not need bullets, but if you do use bullets, keep them short and punchy.

Visual: The English language-idiom “A picture is better than a thousand words.” Images always communicate faster and generally better than words. You might show the product, the happy customer or an image that reinforces your message.

How to Write your Unique Value Proposition

You need to get accustomed to it. It takes time to get it just right. In the beginning, do the best you can, and then adjust it along the way, till you perfect it.

There is no reason to delay starting or growing your business just because you don’t have the perfect value statement yet. Just do it and perfect it later on. There is no harm.

A good value statement is better than no value statement, and in time you can make it great.

Start out by answering these questions:

  • What’s your product or service?
  • What is the BIG end-benefit of using it?
  • List as many as you can think of, then identify and use the best
  • Who is your ideal target customer?
  • What makes your offer so unique?
  • How is your product different and distinctive from anything else available?

NOTE: If you can’t answer why your product is unique or different from the rest, then you might want to work on the product itself. Selling a ‘me too’ product that is identical to what’s already being offered can be difficult UNLESS you already have a well-known brand.

Once you have your first draft of your value statement, ask yourself these questions:

  • Is it clear and easy to understand?
  • Does it communicate solid benefit(s)?
  • Will a customer know exactly what result they will get when using your product?
  • Does it say how it’s different, distinctive or better than the competition?
  • Does it avoid hype? (amazing, fantastic, best ever)
  • Does it avoid business jargon? (revenue generated resource allocation blah blah blah)
  • Can your ideal prospect read it and understand it in a few seconds?

If someone is shopping around, then they’re likely to check out 4 or 5 different options before deciding which one to buy.

By having your unique value proposition at the top of your first page, you can easily stand apart from all competitors and out sell your competitors.

Research shows that visitors notice unique value propositions faster when they have more text.

Visitors were also able to describe more product advantages when there were more to read about in the unique value proposition.

And readers tend to prefer bullet points – they’re easier to understand and remember.

Examples of Great Unique Value Propositions

Uber:

Tap the app, get a ride 

Uber is the smartest way to get around. One tap and a car comes directly to you. The driver knows exactly where to go. And payment is completely cashless.

Unbounce:

Build, Publish and A/B Test Landing Pages Without I.T.

The mobile responsive landing page builder for marketers. 

Build a high-converting landing page now.

    1. Build a page
    2. Publish it
    3. Test and optimize

Slack:

A messaging app for teams who put robots on Mars!!

NASA’s jet propulsion laboratory is one of tens of thousands of teams around the world using Slack to make their working lives simpler, more pleasant, and more productive.

Trello:

Trello is the free, flexible and visual way to organize anything with anyone.

Drop the lengthy email threads, out-of-date spreadsheets, no-loner-so-sticky notes, and clunky software for managing your prospects. Trello lets you see everything about your project in a single glance.

iPhone:

Why there’s nothing quite like iPhone

Every iPhone we’ve made – and we mean every single one – was built on the same belief. That a phone should be more than a collection of features. That above all, a phone should be absolutely simple, beautiful and magical to use.

Unique Value Proposition Boosters

Sometimes it’s extremely difficult to find ways to differentiate yourself from your competition, so you might try adding one or more of these to your offer:

  • Free shipping
  • Fast or next day shipping
  • Free trial
  • Free setup or installation
  • Free bonus
  • No long-term contracts or payments
  • A very clear money back guarantee
  • A better than money-back guarantee
  • A discounted price
  • Customization
  • One-on-one personal help

Remember, you don’t need to hit your unique value proposition out of the park on the first try. But you do need to build one and use it smartly.

Tests show that having the right unique value proposition can have an immediate effect on your sales, sometimes even doubling or tripling conversions.

Of course, it’s going to depend on your product or service, your niche, your customers and even your competition.

And most of all, it will depend mainly on how well you craft your unique value proposition.

One more thing – an added beauty of having a great unique value proposition is it clarifies in your own mind what it is that you are truly doing for your customers.

It actually makes your job easier, in that you are no longer trying to be a jack of all trades, or trying to make your product fit everyone.

The clarity your unique value proposition brings can also bring you peace of mind and a better ability to grow your business big, strong and fast.

Hope This was useful and helpful.

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What’s in a Pen Name? Profits.

I know a few readers are going to take issue with what I’m about to say.

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What’s in a Pen Name? Profits.

That’s okay. If you don’t like this or you think it’s morally wrong, then simply don’t do it.

For everyone else, riddle me this:

What do Abigail Van Buren (Dear Abby), Anne Hathaway, Ann Rice, Ayn Rand, Dr. Seuss, Eckhart Tolle, Ellery Queen, George Eliot, George Orwell, James Herriot, John le Carre, Lewis Carroll, Mark Twain, O. Henry, Voltaire and Woody Allen all have in common?

None of these people technically exist, because they’re all pen names.

The other day on the Warrior Forum I saw an old thread with a question that went something like this:

“I’m thinking of using a pen name when I go into a new niche. Is that alright, or am I breaking some sort of rule?”

Answers ranged from a friendly, “There’s nothing wrong with that, go for it.”

…to an angry, “What’s your problem and why are you trying to hide? Are you a scam artist or something?”

If pen names are a benchmark for whether or not you’re a scam artist, somebody better tell the writers and the descendants of writers listed above – I think they’ll be surprised.

From a marketing standpoint, pen names often make more sense than using your real name.

For example, you’ve got a good reputation online as the ‘go-to’ person in a particular niche. You want to enter an entirely different and unrelated niche. If you use the same name, readers in BOTH niches will be confused. And confusion is a sales and deal killer, by the way.

Another example: You’ve got a stellar reputation in internet marketing. You build rapport with your list and you only try to sell them something now and then. But you want to try the churn and burn method of marketing, in which you promote products several times per DAY via email. Naturally you will want to use a different name for this list.

(Churn and burn is getting as many people on your list as possible, and promoting to them like crazy until they can’t take it anymore and get off of your list.)

And by the way, no matter how much you and I don’t care for the churn and burn method, the fact is that it’s highly profitable. Which is why so many big-name marketers use a pen name to run their own churn and burn lists.

Another use for a pen name: You can recommend products created by your pen name, and have your pen name recommend your products. Again, a lot of big name marketers do this. I’m not advocating this method, but it does work.

I’ve also known marketers who only worked under a pen name and never under their own name. Usually this is because they have a name that is virtually unpronounceable and unspellable by most people on the planet, so really it’s a question of branding.

And speaking of branding, you could always choose a name that fits your niche particularly well. For example, if your niche is gardening, then calling yourself Rosemary Greenfield or some such might be a nice touch.

There is one reason for using a pen name that – in my opinion – beats them all, and it’s this:

When you use a pen name to build an entire business, you can then SELL that entire business to someone else. They keep the pen name, and customers don’t even necessarily know it changed hands.

If anything goes wrong with the business after you sell it – for example, the new owner doesn’t deliver on the promises of the business – it won’t affect you or your reputation in any way because your name has never been associated with it.

Bottom Line: There is nothing unethical about using a pen name. They’ve been used for hundreds of years by some of the best writers in their field.

And there are some dynamite advantages to using one.

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Best Custom-Tailored Product Funnel Coaching Ever?

Imagine for a moment that you want to create a product in the dating niche.

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Best Custom-Tailored Product Funnel Coaching Ever?

In fact, you even know what kind of product you want to create, who your target audience is and so forth.

Now if you could just get someone to show you exactly what to do…

  • What kind of emails should you use?
  • What sort of branding?
  • What kind of follow up sequences?
  • How should you position your product?
  • What might the sales copy look like?
  • What kind of pricing will work?
  • How many upsells should you have and what should they cost?

Here’s an idea: Hire a $3,000 a month coach.

Here’s another idea: Reverse engineer funnels that are already in place.

Before we go any further on this… I am not advocating you steal anything, especially copy. I’m only advocating that you see what’s working and WHY it’s working. 

Okay, let’s get back to it…

You want to make a dating product. So, you go to someplace like Clickbank, find a product that’s similar to the one you’re creating and you become a customer.

You go through the entire sales process, copying every URL along the way. 3 upsells? You copy the URL’s. Oh yes, and you buy everything in the funnel, too.

This person has done all the work already. You can guess by their gravity how well they’re doing. If they’re on a platform like JVZoo, you can tell EXACTLY how well they’re doing, how well they’re converting and so forth.

As you’re going through the funnel, look at it with two sets of eyes – customer and marketer.

What does the squeeze page look like? The sales letter? The thank you page with the first upsell, and so forth.

Study how it works, how it’s put together, what kind of language they’re using, how they’re appealing to the customer, what kind of proof they have, how they present the offer and so forth.

How does the whole thing make you feel? Which parts do you think need improving? Which are working? What’s missing?

Go back to the squeeze page and put in a different email address from the one you used to buy the product.

Now watch your emails for both sequences – the sequence you get as a buyer, and the sequence you get as a prospect.

Notice what other cross-promotions they’re doing, what offers they’re making, and how everything is presented.

Again, I’m not advocating you steal anything. I am advocating that you do your homework and figure out what’s working.

This is the cheapest and yet the most priceless education you can get on how to build your own funnel.

Now go back and look for any other products that are similar to the one you’re producing, and repeat the process of reverse-engineering everything.

This could well be the best blueprint you could ever want for how to create and position your funnel for your own product.

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Bitcoin Business Ideas Gets You Started

Finding profitable Bitcoin business ideas to get you started are not hard to come by these days. That doesn’t mean that it will be easy for you to make money, or that you are guaranteed profits.

But that first step of finding interesting opportunities that are trust worthy should not be a barrier to anybody willing to invest their money.

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How Bitcoin Business Ideas Got Me Started?

About this time last year (or a few days after) I was contacted by an online Net Marketer who I knew more than 9 years ago.

He kept my contact details for all these years, smart move. After a Hi, Hello, and asking what I’ve been doing lately, he asked me if I was interested in joining his team build, and I did.

Years ago, I failed online and quit the online business all together because I didn’t have a mentor to guide me though online.

There were too much talk and information overflow that one won’t know which is right and which is wrong.

I joined his program to learn. To become a member in his program, I had to buy Bitcoins. I did some search and by the time I found somebody that will sell me Bitcoins, The price was going up.

I bought about $500 worth in bitcoins, The price was around $900 per Bitcoin. By the time I got to this guy and paid him in cash, I winded up paying around $650 per bitcoin which includes exchange fees and the price increase for the last 2-3 days.

The good news is that I bought bitcoins and the price was going up slowly. The bad news is that I was making a lose with this online Net marketer. I was in need for more bitcoins. I got hold of a new person and bought some more bitcoins.

I was watching the bitcoin price, its volatility and fluctuations. So around Mar-Apr 2017, I winded up paying around $1,800 per bitcoin including exchange fees.

A few weeks later, I realized that this so-called Online Net Marketer was a goof who failed online for more than 28 years and he was taking me for a ride.

I lost around $250 by joining this goofy online Net Marketer and made about $50, I quit his program and quit the online business all together.

But I had bitcoins in my wallet and I wasn’t in need for the money to exchange it back to FIAT currency. I decided to sleep on it and just keep it there.

I had access to it anytime and anywhere in the world where there is a Net connection.

That was not a mistake at all….

The funds in my wallet were untouched and each bitcoin in my wallet was worth almost $18,000 today!

I was Fortunate enough to meet so many people online and a little bit later, one of them got me to invest some cash with him and that had to be in Bitcoins so once again I ventured into the unknown!

Venturing To The Unknown Of Bitcoin Business Ideas?

This time, it turned out to be the best thing I’ve ever done as that small investment has now turned into an income that pays me every week automatically.

The first month, I made net around $702.

Payment Proof Reivestment

Screenshot and Proof of Payment and reinvestment – This is How Bitcoin Business Ideas Got Me Started

I took part of the full amount that I was paid including profits and reinvested it with the same program again but at a different intervals. $750, $500 or $200 every 4-5 days.

Next week by 22nd of Dec 2017, I will be paid the original investment +50% on top of it for the first investment. Then a mix of 35% and 50% for the next 6 investments.

Below is a screenshot for proof of payment and reinvesment.

Proof of Payment Freedom Formula

Payment from Freedom Formula Dec 29th 2017 and Jan 5th 2018 And Reinvestment

My sponsor has been with this private club for more than a year now and has been paid every time on time like a clock.

In total I should be averaging 45% net profit on my original invested amount $4,250. The return on my capital with net profit of $1,700 for the month is not too shabby for me!

I’m doing very little but I’m getting my money to work for me!

No-one knows how Bitcoins will perform in 2018 – it could go up or down but all the forecasts are for them to keep on rising and I believe they will do just that.

However, no matter what they do, I know I will always make a profit with my investment program and the freedom formula.

It is making me so excited because I can link my investment to the US$ and get paid staggering amounts of interest every month.

If you’re a gambler you can choose to link to the Bitcoin value and could make significantly more in a month where Bitcoins rocket in value as they have recently.

My Advice To You: Get Started With One Of These Bitcoin Business Ideas Now:

Buy some Bitcoins even if you just sit on them and you can do that In any one of the below choices:

  1. Coinbase: Buy and You’ll Get $10 of free bitcoin!
  2. Coinmama (Buy Bitcoins with cash/credit/debit card)
  1. Local Bitcoins (form any Country)  (Buy Bitcoins with cash/credit/debit card or choose offered payment processor)
  2. Bitlio (Buy/sell/Trade/Exchange many Cryptocurrencies to FIAT)

Take some of them and invest in the Freedom Formula and watch your cash grow every 30 days. You can find out more in this video. And here is another screenshot of my Bitcoin payment.

Proof of Payment Investment

Bitcoin Proof of Payment – A Futuristic Bitcoin Business Ideas

 

Take a leap of faith and allow this modern miracle into your life today.

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