Would you like to know exactly what to do,
in exactly what order,
to build the business of your dreams?

I'm going to let you in on the "secret."
What you do with it is up to you.

Along the way, I'm going to show you 162 Ways (give or take) to get subscribers, attract affiliates, build your network, and generally get the attention of
as many people in your market as you want

From: Paul Myers
Updated: November, 2013


Here's the "secret," right up front, in short form: Success online comes down to two things. People, and a plan.

Most people in this business have problems with planning. Some folks do that and almost nothing else. They have great ideas and wonderful outlines, but they never take action.

A bigger problem for a lot of people is that they don't know enough of the necessary details to create a plan they're confident about. This whole "online marketing" thing is like a dark room they're stumbling around in, never quite sure which step comes next.

How would it feel to have your entire plan in one place, and be in total control of all the details? To be able to lean back and see the whole thing at once, or drill down to the nuts and bolts?

And to begin with a solid outline that covers it all, from start to finish line?

Yeah. We've got you covered.

What about the people?

What about the partners, affiliates, subscribers, social network connections, prospects and, most importantly, customers, that make any business run?

We've got you covered there, too. In spades.

First: A warning

This is not my usual sort of product. Most of the time, I spend a hundred pages or more going into serious depth on the details of a single process. That's great for some people, but it creates a problem for others. They don't finish it, or they just get intimidated by the amount of information on one thing.

This product covers a huge amount of turf in a small space. It was designed to help fill a gap in the market that has existed for as long as I've been online: The confusion many people have, even folks with successful online businesses, when it comes to seeing the big picture, and then integrating the day to day details.

With all the options, and with most products focusing on narrow slices of the business, that confusion is understandable. But when it comes to business...

Confusion kills

It kills motivation and momentum. It slaughters the best intentions, and wipes out otherwise solid plans. It causes people to freeze up when it's time to try something new. Or it can lead you down a wrong path into traps that can waste a lot of your valuable time, energy, and resources for nothing.

I can't tell you how many times I've seen motivated and intelligent people stuck, unable to move forward and not knowing why. And how often a simple explanation clears the way and lets them reach that next level.

But often, they're back there a week or a month later, stuck again, because they don't know what step to take next.

Most of the time, all they need is to know what questions to ask.

This product was inspired by a conversation with a long-time subscriber a while back. He asked me for some advice, and I thought, "This would be something a lot of my people could use." So, I created a simple mindmap for him, and we got on the phone.

He installed Freemind, and loaded the thing up. We went over it one point at a time, in pretty rapid pace. After about 10 minutes he said something that surprised me a bit.

"Stop right there. That's all I needed."

My response was, "Are you sure?" He continued with, "Yep. I can find all the technical stuff in the manuals. I know how to sell, so I can handle that already. I just needed to know where to look and what to do next. I can fill in the details on my own time. Thanks!"

You know that feeling that you get when someone tells you something you should have already known? You can't decide whether to shout "AHA!" or to feel stupid...

Yeah. I was right there.

We got off the phone and I got to work. I expanded the mindmap to cover as many areas of online business as I could think of, and organized it under 12 main nodes. On the left, I put the planning and assessment stuff. On the right, execution. Everything from defining your audience, to setting up your systems, getting ready for a launch, actually launching, making money, and sustaining that new project or business and growing it over time.

To get the outline for each step, you just click on it and see what's needed. In many cases, the individual elements are further broken down to make them easier to connect to the overall plan.

It ended up with over 1300 "nodes."

The thing is huge, but it's broken down into easy to digest and understand chunks that you could browse through in an hour or so. And the way it's organized makes seeing the big picture simple.

Once you have that, finding the specific details for your own goals and systems is easy. And that was the "AHA!"

No matter how many specifics any of us give you, you're going to fit them to your own situation anyway. So why not start out with that assumption and give you the thing most of us are missing? The 30,000 foot view, so to speak?

This map gives you that, and lets you focus down from it to the nitty-gritty, day-to-day stuff like the whole thing was under a microscope.

The first person I showed it to told me it was more valuable to her, in terms of usefulness, than a $1000+ program she had bought. And she's a pretty tough customer. (A sweetheart, to be sure, but a realistic critic.)

Okay. So, it's a winner. But...

There was one thing missing

Processes are great, and plans are useful, but business depends on people. And even when you have great people skills, it can be tough for some folks to figure out the best ways to make that first contact. To strike up the relationship, or just to know how to go about it.

Let's face it. The Internet can be intimidating for some folks.

So, I dug out a list I've been building for a long time. It's a list of ways to get subscribers. Deleted the ones that could get inexperienced people in trouble, and added some basic explanations. Just enough so that anyone with the info can fill in their own details.

I refined it a bit, to incorporate the new way of looking at a list. That used to mean a bunch of names and email addresses in a file. The new system looks at any and all ways to communicate with and develop a group. Facebook, LinkedIn, Skype, private membership systems, forums, and, of course, email.

The new list topped out at 162 ways, give or take. And you get them all.

There's no way you'll use them all, of course. I don't know of anyone who has, personally. But you'll know they're available, and you'll be able to pick and choose, to find the ones that fit your goals, your style, and your situation.

You'll have the ones that will get you where you want to be.

This isn't some massive treatise. You can read the whole thing in a half hour. And it's a great checklist even for the folks who know most of this stuff.

Sometimes a reminder at the right time is worth more than a whole new technique.

Okay. Yeah. That IS different.

Yep. There are a few additional bonuses I'm going to include for you that will help hook these back into the stuff you're familiar with now. Long-term subscribers to my newsletter have probably already seen some of them.

The first is a report called "Follow-Up Funnels." This is a 43-page "live" demonstration of one way to create simple follow-up autoresponder sequences that you can use to make money. (I was going to say "generate income," but let's be real. You want to make money.)

The great thing with this approach is that it's easy, and can be very fast. You create a limited series of lessons, set them up to be delivered automatically, and build them so they both inform your subscribers and leave them wanting more. The "more" is whatever you're selling.

You get one set up, and you spend your time marketing the thing.

Send traffic, test, refine, and keep bumping up the dollars. And once you get one that works, it's easy to scale it up.

This can be a complete business, all by itself. And you only need to know enough about your subject to give people good advice that helps them get what they want, and recommend other products to make that experience even better.

No MBA or doctorate needed.

The next bonus is called "The Skype Room Report." This 26-page guide explains a simple system for creating private discussion groups using Skype. These can be free groups you create to discuss a specific topic, mastermind groups, one-shot events to promote a product, or - and this is the money part - paid membership systems.

You can create as many of these groups as you like, and have up to 300 people in each.

If you're reading this, you have everything you need to operate one (or more) of these.

The concepts behind "Follow-Up Funnels" and "The Skype Room Report" will apply to almost every kind of group you can create online. Because of that, I strongly encourage you to read them, even if you have no intention of using those specific approaches.

This is the detail stuff.

And, of course, I have included a "quick start" guide to working with the mindmap. This isn't one of those "flat graphic" things you just look at to understand something. It's an interactive tool you can use over and over, and personalize for your own needs.

Got a new project? Make a copy of the map, and get to it. Add what you want, delete what isn't needed, and you're good to go.

The software to work with these maps is free, by the way. No need to spend a bunch of extra money to use what you've just got.

And learning how to create and use your own mindmaps is worth the cost of this program all by itself.

Speaking of cost... How much?

No, it's not going to be $1000+, despite what my friend said. If I'd gone into deep and specific details on each of the 162 ways, I might charge that. It would certainly be worth somewhere in the $500 to $1500 range. But this product doesn't go into that kind of detail.

You don't need it. Not until you have a plan.

For now, the whole thing is just $37.

Any of the elements in it are worth that by themselves, so I'm pretty sure you're going to consider that a steal when you see what you're getting.

And yes, there's the usual guarantee. I doubt you'll need it, but here it is: 60 days, no questions asked. If you don't feel like this was a seriously smart investment, just let me know and I'll refund the whole thing. Just like that. And you can keep the package for your trouble.

I've included a few other bonuses I think you'll find handy, too. I'll leave those as a surprise.

If you want to get a real grasp on your business, get this. If you want to start firing up your contact lists, subscribers, social networking pages, affiliate force, or any other group you need to succeed, get this.

Or, heck, even if you're just looking for a simple business model you can work with part time while you learn... get this.

You're gonna love it.

Oh yeah... Have fun!


Paul Myers - TalkBiz News
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