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In This Episode
In this episode we tackle the following questions.
- Now that I’ve reached a moderate level of success with existing info products ($1000/mo – though it’s certainly not “passive” in any sense of the word!), what can I do to scale it up? Should I just reinvest in ads to an e-mail squeeze page to get way more prospects into the funnel, or are there other ways I can propel my business forward?
- How to use OptimizePress as a theme when you don’t want to change your current site’s them?
- What do you think about Pinterest? It’s the fastest growing social network currently, but I don’t understand how to use it for business.
- Was just about to start my podcast. Any ideas advice on that?
- Is there a best time of year to launch a new product?
- What is the best method in 2013 to bring traffic to your site?
- How do you get more fb likes without doing a contest/sweeps?
- Should I trademark my blog? And how? Which class?
- How do you do marketing and PR to develop buzz for self-help products?
- How do you build “stickiness” and social buzz around a product review site?
Rebecca Fuller – http://learnfluteonline.com/
Hi Jason and Jeremy,
I just have to tell you thanks.
With your guidance I’ve built my site this year. In June I made $400. In December it will be almost $3,000!!!!!!!!!
Growth is steady. I’m loving it. It’s not a million, but I’ll take it.
I can’t wait until I hit my goal in February.
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