Internet Funnel System ie My Top Tier Business Rebranded
This post will probably be a bit controversial for a few of my readers but I really need to get this off my Chest. Am I sulking? Yes a little
You see I have been promoting Matt LLoyds My Online Business Empire (Now My online Business Education) for many years but never had my heart in it because there are some things that have happened that I did not agree with. Some would argue that what Matt does he does to get his affiliates more sales and yes this may be true but are his methods ethical and Fair or do the continuous changes leave some affiliates lost and confused and wondering why they are eating other dust.
Matt is releasing what he claims to be a new program and rumour has it that details of this was released to his elite partners way before others so that they could get a head start on their promotions and search engine rankings etc. Not sure what your stand on this is. We could look at this as the rich getting richer or we could look at this as Matt looking after his hot shot partners the partners that are seeing 4 and 5 figure months which is great for them but what about those that are new partners who have got such a long way to even get a look in when the (new) Internet Funnel system is released?
If you had affiliates what would you do? Have everyone treated the same or give the hard hitters an unfair advantage?
Next we find out about the Internet Funnel System. I think Matt is pretty clever here. Not long ago he released a product called 45 minute Payday. This was basically his front end product being rebranded to tell the story of one of his Diamond members (TOP LEVEL) of their success. The initial lead page had a video that was long and drawn out and in my opinion had a big impact on the conversion rates. It does not surprise me that he has now come out with a second rebranding called Internet Funnel System which tells the compelling story of another of his Diamond Affiliates.
Lesson to be learned from Matt Lloyd – Stories Sell
It will be interesting to see how this new launch goes. I like the way Matt keeps things interesting. Even though I am not one of the big earners I do provide some support services for Mobe Affiliates such as creating a customised sales funnels and also my latest gig on fiverr where I offer email writing services for those affiliates that are just starting out. It is my aim to help the little guy find success with their MOBE Business.
If you are reading this and would like me to write you some emails head over to my fiverr gig
If you would like to promote mobe for yourself and would like your own High converting sales funnel fill in the application form at Your Custom Sales Funnel
Thanks for reading
If you are wondering what an exit redirect is it is when you leave a webpage and a little box pops up to ask you if you really want to leave the page. If you say yes then you get to leave but if you press stay on page you will be redirected to another page that the webmaster chooses to send you to.
So do you like them or hate them?
As I am a Solo ad Vendor I see lots of pages that have exit popups but there are many times I have been stuck in a redirect vortex with page after page after page or exit redirects. I made the decision to not accept any customers that had more than one redirect page after their lead page.
When Redirects are used correctly then they can work a charm.
Some creative ways that exit redirects work really well
Imagine if you had a service where you wanted to get a quote and then the customer decided they did not have time. The exit redirect may say wait it only takes 60 seconds to get a quote so the customer asks for a quote because it will only take 60 seconds
Another way to use redirects could be to try before you buy. So the user may be looking at buying a subscription to a newsletter or mastermind but then decides to leave the page. You can offer a free or $1 trial on the exit redirect which will entice the customer to reconsider. You could also offer a free ebook etc
If exit redirects are used effectively you will be able to increase overall conversions. Points to remember is to make sure that they are congruent with the main offer and that they do not interfere with the general user viewing their page. Also once they are at the redirect area make sure they can indeed exit the page
In my last post I was discussing the pros and cons of facebook groups. I wanted to share this piece that was presented by Mo Ali as it made a lot of sense to me and hoping you get as much value as i did.
Thanks Mo Ali for sharing
Why the 80/20 of High-Ticket Selling is Costing you THOUSANDS every Month!
The 80/20 Principle states that you get 80% of your results from 20% of your effort.
However, which of these are you?
Your answer will have a profound impact on where your business is and how many people you are serving, which has a direct influence on how much you are earning.
In this post, I’m going to share with you the 5 steps you need to take to go from the left box (where you are spending 20% Marketing and 80% Delivery) to the right box (where you are spending 20% of your time delivering and 80% of your time marketing).
However, before we begin, let me tell you about my client, Judy, who did just this. Judy is a world-famous educator who travels 180 days a year delivering her content and wanted to transition to an online training basis so she could cut her travel down.
In order to do this, Judy worked with me to create an online program that she needs to spend only a few hours a month delivering. This has freed up her time to spend more time promoting the program and, as a result, Judy made 9 sales in the first month of her program, at $5,000 each.
What does Dr. Stephen Covey, Oprah and Tony Robbins all have in common?
Apart from the fact that they each built a billion dollar business, they all picked the right audience.
Let me explain.
Dr. Stephen Covey ONLY targeted Executives
Oprah ONLY targeted stay at home women
Tony Robbins ONLY targeted entrepreneurs
It is because they had a specific targeted audience that their message got heard by the right people.
If you are trying to attract everyone, you will attract no-one. If you are trying to attract many, you will only help a few.
The first step is finding the right specific audience as this is the foundation of your business.
For example, my client Rasmus targets only Danish entrepreneurs. He serves a very specific niche and, because of this, he has quickly dominated it.
What specific niche can you serve and, if you are already in business, how can you narrow your market so that you can have more of an impact in it?
What is the one problem that keeps your dream clients up at night and is the first thing that they think about when they wake up?
What do they worry about and what concerns them? If they were given a genie and that genie gave them one wish for their business, what would it be?
If you want to win high-ticket clients, you need to be that genie. You need to know what problem needs solving most urgently, as that’s the problem they will hire you to solve with them or, even, for them.
All of their other problems are maybe problems, that might be solved one day, when the time is right.
To win your dream clients, simply solve the one problem that they need solving, as that is the ONLY problem they will pay to solve.
By solving just one problem, your clients get quicker results and are happier because of this, meaning you spend less time delivering results for them. A true win-win.
For example, my client Carol is the largest NLP trainer in the Middle East and wanted a webinar template she could fill in and have a well-structured webinar in just 30 minutes. She then sends me that template and my design team brand her presentation and make it look effective. That is the problem I solve specifically for Carol and she has referred many other speakers for the same service.
What specific offer can you create that solves the exact problem your dream client has?
Once you have the right offer, you need to be known as the authority that people will come to when they need their most important problems solved.
Many people confuse marketing and positioning. Marketing is about informing people about who you are, positioning is about showing people the value you can provide.
The easiest way to position yourself is through posting good content. This will lead to podcast interviews, webinar requests, TV and magazine interviews and the opportunity to be featured in books.
By providing value to the marketplace, I have had each of these opportunities presented to me, which in turn, introduces me to a new audience.
A good example of how to position yourself properly is to connect with Mastermind Groups that your dream clients are in. Once you are connected to one member, you will soon be connected to the other members, who will then introduce you to other members.
Most people do not realise that there are different types of webinar that you should be using:
60 Minute Webinar – To Sell a Product Under $3,000
Pitch and Position Webinar – To Sell a Product Under $3,000 AND Position Yourself for Premium Clients at the Same Time
Penthouse Webinar – To Sell a Product Between $3,000 and $5,000 On the Webinar Without Strategy Calls
By understanding these 3 different webinars and using them appropriately for the right situation, you will experience a dramatic increase in conversions, as opposed to using a normal webinar for everything.
A prime example of this is my client Tracey. She recently held a webinar with 20 people on the call and sold a product for $5,000. This means that for each person on the webinar, she earned $250. If she sold a product for $500 and 2 people bought (at a standard 10% conversion rate) she would have earned only $50 per attendee.
This is the difference of using the RIGHT webinar versus ANY webinar, 5x the earning per attendee.
When you have a high lifetime value per client, you can afford more premium advertising channels that put you closer to where your ideal client is.
As a result of this, you also remove much of your competition who simple cannot afford those marketing channels.
This has many benefits:
Less competition for ads
Your clients see your ads more
Your clients associate a prestige as you are advertising in what is a premium position for them
This means that you will win more dream clients, easier.
A prime example of this is a client who now advertises in a premium dentist magazine. He is the only person providing his service in there and this provides his with high-quality leads on a weekly basis.
By SYSTEMISING every aspect of your business – from the delivery to the positioning, you will allow yourself to be able to focus more time and money on the marketing, which will lead you to more premium clients, delivering them quicker results and having a larger impact in the world.
So I take it you might have a Facebook account. If not then leave a comment and let me know your reasons. I am not saying it is a bad thing not to be on facebook but would love to hear if you have never been on Facebook. Been on facebook but left for some reason. Spend half your life on facebook.
Today I want to discuss the facebook group…
I must be in over 100 facebook groups but seriously there are about 4 that I actually spend some time in and read their posts and contribute.
I am in a group called the Parlay Society and it is a private group with a handful of members but they are movers and shakers and the owner
Carlos Rosario Shares some awesome stuff. We are talking Guerilla marketing strategies that are working.
I am also in another lot of promotions groups that seriously I wonder if anybody besides those pasting their ads ever go there and my notifications tab fills up with notifications from autoposting machines. Hate that.
Then I am in another group who form alliances and get some pretty outstanding results because they have partnered up to release products and generally help each other out.
I actually have my own facebook group but to be honest I do have trouble getting any interaction from the members there even though I spend a lot of time finding quality material to post. I am getting there slowly but you really need to be there to jump on anyone that males a comment.
Big questions to my readers today is Are Facebook groups really worth the time and effort?
If you are in a facebook group that is a mover and shaker please let me know how they have helped you.
My 5 top facebook groups at this time are
Blogging Mastermind I can find all my favourite blogs to comment on here
I look forward to your comments and your rave reviews of the facebook groups you might follow
Today I am putting up a grateful post for the team at ipro.
The ipro team is a group of marketers who have been recruited by Dean Holland and are truly gentleman and scholars who are always there to motivate and inspire me.
Dean Holland has seen the hard times and knows that he can help a lot of people by sharing his journey. He has a number of products on the market that have all sold well and help Numerous people become successful in affiliate and internet marketing. Dean started his company Internet Profits and now has a team of people who all share his Mission to clear the smoke and mirrors that the gurus have lead us to believe.
I have been following a number of marketers over the years and many are good but there are rogues out there that just want to take your money and others that have a good thing but become greedy and grow too big before they are ready which usually mean the wheels fall off the wagon and the company folds. Not so Dean Holland.
I recently became and ipro partner which is Deans High Ticket program. It entitles me to have a licence to sell his products and get up to 94% commissions which is much higher commissions than if I were an affiliate. You see I get paid on every step of the funnel. Not just the front end like most affiliate programs so I love it. You can find out more here.
What got me really excited this last couple of months was that Dean was getting coaching from Russell Brunson….. Yep the man. That can only mean one thing. More goodies and super training for me as Dean will teach what he learns because this is what he does.
You just have to sit up and pay attention when your mentor is spending upwards of $25,000 for coaching. So was it a good decision to invest in Dean Holland and I Pro….. I thnk so