Archive for March, 2009
Yep. I received a direct Tweet from Mark. Seems he purchased my latest Traffic Generation Lab Cheatsheet. And here’s his comment:
A Price That Can Be Paid
Now, this is not the first time I’ve been told that I’m heavily under-pricing my guides and courses. But, I feel that if I priced them at their true value I would no longer be helping those who truly need my products.
The Cheatsheet is going to make a lot of marketers a lot of money (if they actually apply it), but that’s never going to happen if they can’t afford it to begin with.
Click here to see what you think. Is it under-priced?
Your Feedback Is Requested
Please, post your feedback below. It may not make me change my stance on this, but I sincerely want to know your opinion.
This last weekend, my crazy friend decided we should all go barbecue in the park. Not a great idea, as winter hasn’t quite left us yet and the weather isn’t exactly balmy.
Internet and TV to the rescue. Rieko saw a quick clip on TV about a place called Sanrokuen, where they had created barbecue huts out of old sake barrels. She quickly pulled it up on the Internet. Turned out that Sanrokuen is only about an hour from our place. Fantastic! The old barrels would satisfy crazyman’s need for rusticity, and satisfy us sane people’s need to be out of the elements.
So … off we go:
Take 30 seconds to watch the video. See how these special effects work.
This video was simply created by dragging in background effect videos from Ken Reno. Click here to see them and get 2 free effects to try out now.
Here’s How To Do This
First. Download the AVI versions of the FX files.
Import into Camtasia, and drag the desired FX videos onto the main video timeline.
Then, put some short-duration transitions in between.
And, add audio. Also, place callout text over the video.
And … DONE!
I’ve been recommending Tahir Shah’s new expert answer service ever since it opened a few weeks ago. Reason being, I believe it’s just exactly what 90-95% of all people doing business – or hoping to do business – on the Internet badly need. A direct hotline to a panel of experts.
Here’s a one-sided interview (he Skyped me the questions) with Winson Yeung of Hong Kong. I’m revealing why I’m so pleased with Tahir’s service and why I’m one of the experts on the panel.
Yes! I just grabbed myself access to a team that will ramp up my traffic to a certain sales page. And, it means I’m going to have more time for other things. And more money for Europe!
I urge you to watch this video today (Thursday, March 5) – not tomorrow. Right now.
Here’s the traffic chart mentioned in the video. Imagine the traffic this network will pump to your website. Imagine the time it will save you. Imagine the money it will make you.
Caveat: I know this is going to add even more to my bottom line this year, but I don’t know your monetizing website. Only you can tell if this will spell big profits for you.