New Email Squeeze And Funnel Set Up

New Email Squeeze And Funnel Set Up

Right. I went ahead and done it. I’ve set up a squeeze page to capture email addresses, that takes the subscriber to an offer and then they get a series of 6 emails offering 3 different products. Check it out at http://www.aymayzin.com/d4u/index.html

None of the offers are going to be of the ‘instantly make you rich’ variety as they’re in the $5-7 bracket, but 2 of the 3 are subscriptions and so will bring in monthly residual payments and as they’re cheap they’re less likely to be cancelled. At least that’s the theory.

As always, now all that’s needed is traffic.

The main free content (the bribe) is a 24 page ebook -‘Ultimate Sales Funnel Blueprint’  by Andy Waring (a fellow Brit) on (surprisingly) setting up a funnel of affiliate offers although Andy seems to be into the cheap and cheerful route, advising you to use low cost offers in your funnel and PLR materials based on your target niche. Nothing wrong with this approach if you are targeting newbies who generally want to know about a new subject without spending too much. The main thing to bear in mind with PLR is that many people have access to it and it is better re-written and getting new images for the support site and cover, which can be almost as much work as writing it all from scratch.

Setting up the GetResponse autoresponder pages was the most awkward as I hadn’t done it in GR before, at least not from scratch. In the end it wasn’t too bad as by the time I’d done it 6 times it was becoming routine.

Testing, of course, was the essential bit and I had made a few errors, mostly through not putting everything in the same directory as I had written down and in GetResponse, I had not set up the correct ‘success’ web page – which WAS in the instructions even if I hadn’t read them!

So it’s ready to go. Now to read through Andy’s ‘Ultimate Sales Funnel Blueprint’ and see how he suggests getting traffic to the funnel. Before that, here’s my thoughts on the whole product.

Done 4 U WSO review

Andy supplies 3 web pages with his Done 4 U kit, all of which are editable and clearly state where your affiliate links need to go, with of course the images that the web pages require. Another pdf manual guides you through it all, pretty much step by step as far as the web pages go, except for replacing the banners at the bottom of the download page, which undoubtedly point to Andy’s affiliate links. Not surprising in an inexpensive product, but still naughty for not mentioning them in the instruction manual. He also has a couple of different tracking links hidden away in the sometimes convoluted web page code. I would welcome his comments on those!

After running the code through HTML Tidy (as part of HTML-Kit web page editor than I normally use), I also found a few redundant lines that did nothing except bulk out the code a lot. I brought it down from 7k to 5k, which may not have a great effect on speed these broadband days, but every little helps.

D4U boxAndy Waring Done 4 U

Andy also offers 3 levels of assistance in his own funnel, ranging from doing everything – GetResponse autoresponder sequence, JVZoo sign up and offer approvals, as well as page customization and installation on your domain and web hosting, all the way down to ‘here’s the files with your details. You upload them’ – at various prices.

Obviously the more you do yourself, the more you’ll learn, but if you do get stuck then Andy’s assistance is but an email away. As is mine if you buy through my affiliate link, of course. Andy has a good reputation for helpfulness on the Warrior Forum and will probably sort some of your problems for free – just don’t take the mickey by asking for it all.

Andy Waring’s Done 4 U is probably best described as’ newbie inspirational’. An experienced marketer might not need it, unless he hadn’t done this sort of thing before. It’s certainly a good introduction if you need to get into list building (and who doesn’t, really?). The instructions as given are fixed towards 3 particular products and do not state anywhere that you can pick your own from any affiliate marketing site and use any niche, not just funnel & list building.

It’s good though and for $7 you won’t go far wrong with it. Just remember to replace all the banners and links.

The Affiliate Funnel – review

The Affiliate Funnel – review

One of my favourite niches is product creation, but once you’ve got a product (or two) where do you go from there? It’s all very well setting up a sales page with some great copy and a Paypal button but aren’t we being told to “Sell until they stop buying”? What does that mean and how should we go about it?

The concept of sell until they stop buying is actually quite easy to understand. Once you’ve gained somebody’s trust that they are going to buy either from you or through your link (for an affiliate offer) then you need to keep making offers whilst they still have their credit card in their hand, because they will psychologically be prepared to buy more, maybe more expensive products or maybe cheaper products, so long as they are directly related to the primary product they are buying.

There is obviously a lot of psychology and thinking going into this process and so enter Adam Nolan’s The Affiliate Funnel‘.

https://www.warriorplus.com/o2/a/jtql0/0

Here are just a few things you’ll learn:

-Funnel Assembly
-Market Selection Mastery
-Content Curation
-Squeeze Page Mastery
-Traffic Sources

Over a sequence of 10 videos, conveniently transcribed onto pdf as well in case you prefer reading to viewing, Adam Nolan covers all you need to know about setting up a complete product funnel using your own products along with other people’s so that you can cover a full price spectrum. Not only, but also… Adam shows you how to get articles put together from various sources, so that you don’t have to write all your own from scratch. How to set up an irresistible squeeze page to ensure you get your visitors to keep coming back and how to get quality traffic to visit your site in the first place.

Basically, nothing is left out of this complete marketing course. With the right will and a little backup cash (you’ll need a domain name and hosting, at least), there is an entire system here to get you started. Everything is here. The only missing ingredient is you and your will to proceed and succeed.

What are you waiting for? Adam Nolan’s The Affiliate Funnel is the last shiny object you need to buy. You won’t need to be drawn away by anything else, especially since it’s a rinse and repeat system suitable for any niche. You don’t have to just take my word for it – Here’s somebody else’s opinion too.

The Affiliate Funnel video review:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyyGz6d9aTY

Affiliate Funnel review

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Article Factory Pro review

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Article Factory Pro review

Just been playing with a new piece of software called Article Factory Pro. It’s designed to create fully SEO’d articles for WordPress websites. By fully SEO I mean it seeks out and installs images and video links for you. Finds related long tail keywords for you to insert as well as a starting point a selection of 53000 articles in over 500 topics and a built in article spinner as well.

As part of the SEO features, Article Factory Pro also advises you to install internal and external links, although it won’t find these for you. An example of an internal link is one that goes to a different article on the same site, like this link HERE.

Not only does it create the articles but it will also upload them for you too, to as many WordPress websites as you have log in details for, so all round it does a great deal. You can also use a feature called Silo which automatically links the previous article or posting (date-wise) as well as preparing the way for the next article too. You select the category – which does have to be pre-defined on the WordPress site, it won’t create new ones on the fly, let the program know your log-in username and password, also let it know your ftp username and password to upload the images and away it goes.

It goes without saying that you will need a good broadband connection to get all this done in a reasonable time – on a fast pipe it still takes 5 minutes to upload a 600 word article with one picture and one video link, but the information box does tell you what it’s up to and it’s probably faster than doing it all yourself.

Article Factory Pro review video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq2toPtgqK0

Where a system like this scores is its ability to post the same article to multiple sites. OK, you’ll need to go away for a lunch break but it’s all automatic, you can return later to see it all finished.

I’m going to spoil it all a bit here and say that I didn’t use Article Factory Pro to do this post but that’s mostly because I’m still experimenting with it on another site. It’s my skills that are growing, not the use of the program. But this is pretty much what and Article Factory Pro post will look like.

If you like it and want to use it yourself, please CLICK HERE

 

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