01 Jun 2008 @ 1:21 PM 

The dream of every online entrepreneur is a mob of raving fans, watching your every move, just waiting for you to announce your next product so that they can pounce on it like a pack of hungry wolves on a freshly killed bunny! (no bunnies were harmed in the writing of this article)

See yourself mastering these 3 ways to whipping your audience into a frenzy:

1. Create a community site to let people tell the world how much they love the topic you have chosen. Myspace and Facebook are community sites, but they are too general for most of us to market directly. Picture the same concept in a highly focused topic like golf or Nascar, where people can boast about their favorite teams or players. The more time they spend on your community, the more they are convincing themselves and the world that they are very interested in the topic.

2. Write polls and surveys on the topic at hand and carefully craft your questions to make your prospects to decide whether they are really fans or just interested in the topic. Once people are telling you that they are really fans, they will do things to prove it to themselves (consistency – from Cialdini’s Influence: The Psychology Of Persuasion) and the world – which is a great time to pitch them on the products that are related to the topic!

3. Offer free tools that they can use related to the niche such as email addresses like nascar-fan.com, a blog community where everyone who blogs is using the same base url like nascar-blogging.com and their blog would be about that topic. This makes your domain a very important domain to the search engines, and the psychology of the people who are writing on the blog is one of people who are devoting a good portion of their time to a hobby! Not only are they likely to spend time, you can bet they are going to spend money!

Just think about the powerful results you are going to get when you combine the above methods in a domain that you own. You could get a dedicated server and the software to do the blog community and social network are totally free. The enterprise mailing software is more expensive, but it gives you complete control over links inside the emails (great for bringing in new traffic, selling new products or generating curiosity about new ideas) and links inside the members’ area. So you can make money by providing these free services to people that are laser targeted to your niche.

Intimidated by the prospect of setting up all of this software? I have some video training helping hundreds use software and blogs to do create products, traffic and income streams. You can get more information on this and many other video training programs at http://productinaweekend.com/video-training/

Also, you can sign up for Extreme Product Explosion and get recordings of experts from all areas of product creation and marketing!

Have an amazing day!

Micheal Savoie

PS – Your stock with other joint venture partners will go up when you can show them a close knit community of buyers and loyal fans just begging you for more products! You can write your own commission percentages when you have a list like that!

Posted By: Micheal Savoie
Last Edit: 01 Jun 2008 @ 01:21 PM

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 03 Oct 2006 @ 11:45 PM 

If you think that all marketers are able to create the perfect headline every time, you are absolutely right. Because if you think about it, the headline that you create is the one that you were meant to create.

I’ll just pause and let that sink in.

Still waiting.

OK, has it sunk in yet?

If you are stating your intention before you begin writing, then your subconscious, the part of you that is in direct contact with God (or your significant spiritual being), is going to send you the best headline for the intention you have stated. The subconscious is that portion of you that will take a task, and spend its time working on it while you are watching TV, eating your delicious roast duck with orange sauce or enjoying a long walk in the park. Then when the process is complete, your subconscious will subtly tell you what is needed at the right time. This is why I am saying that your headlines, if you are making a conscious effort to state your intention prior to creating the project you are working on, will be the exact headline that your piece needed for the intention you stated (or didn’t state…).

I snuck that in there, because, if you came up with a totally ineffective headline, don’t blame your subconscious, because you didn’t tell it what you wanted. You are ultimately responsible for your intentions. If you do not have good intentions, then don’t complain if your outcomes are not good.

This article, for example, is totally run by my subconscious. I did not state an intention prior to writing it, I did yesterday, as I was going to bed, state an intention that I am going to earn 15 million dollars in the next 12 months. I also told my subconscious that I was going to writing compelling content for my blog and for my ezines. And then I went to sleep.

All day today I worked at my part-time job, worked on a terrific email campaign for Affiliate Project X, and basically kept busy. Then this evening as I was preparing to go to bed, I started the subscriber program for my GroupMail program, which totally slows down my computer (which is why I do it before going to bed), but then I saw some emails I hadn’t read, so I started reading, saw a link and clicked it.

When my subscriber program is running, clicking on a link is the kiss of death for my computer. Everything slows to a complete and total crawl, I can click on my browser and it takes 2.5 minutes before it comes up. I decided that while I was waiting for the browser to open my link I had clicked, (shoot, that was so long ago, I forgot what link it was I clicked, and it still hasn’t opened…) I would work on a pre-sell page I had started last night. I clicked on FrontPage, and it refused to do anything, so I clicked on my browser again and my blog appeared with my cursor blinking stupidly in the title field.

“Headlines are such a pain!” I thought to myself as I looked at the idiot cursor. So I typed what my brain said to me…

Can you believe that the link finally opened…lol!

My train of thought is completely wiped out now, because I just read a sales page for a video series that will show me how to thwart Google’s Evil plan to destroy Squeeze Pages… My price is locked in at $20.40, I should buy now, but my subconscious is telling me that I am too late, the lock in should have happened when I wasn’t running subscriber.

See what listening to your subconscious will do for you? I just saved a load of money by switching my browser off instead of buying the videos that I would not have watched anyway…lol.

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Resource box: You can reprint this article, you know your subconscious is screaming at you to put this on your blog and in your ezine… but you must include this resource section that I didn’t leave any room in for my self-serving links… So, if you want to find out what is going on in my life, what products I am looking at seriously, or just want to help me with my intention of earning 15 million in the next 12 months (funny, I could have sworn I told myself 24 months last night, maybe my subconscious is trying to tell me something), just come visit my blog at http://michealsavoie.com/welcome because you are always welcome to stop by and say hi!
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Posted By: Micheal Savoie
Last Edit: 07 Oct 2006 @ 10:59 PM

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 30 Sep 2006 @ 12:11 AM 

I don’t know. It seems that everyone is becoming polarized by the buzz going around. Either you are with them or against them. Middle ground is hard to find anymore.

I am of course referencing the Death of Adsense Special Report being circulated all over the web. Most of the people circulating it are just doing so because they get $0.50 for each person who downloads it.

Which tells me that Adsense is not dead, just the idea of making money with it.

The people who are still making money on their Adsense are those high traffic webmasters who have content and traffic with a strategic placement of Adsense ads throughout their website. Mom and pop operations will typically not get more than pennies per week unless they have done the work necessary to create a successful Adsense website.

Which really brings me to the actual topic at hand…

If you want to make money with Adsense, you have to work at it. Many of the gurus who tell you they are making boatloads of money with Adsense have been working at it for long periods of time. The most important thing to do is to test your pages. Make one change and split test your Adsense pages and see if you better clicks on one over the other. See the results over time, and once you have a clear winner, make another change and split test that one. You will succeed at Adsense and other marketing much better with a clear testing strategy in mind from the beginning.

So we are testing our pages. Do we want to trust our income only to the Adsense Gods?

Affiliate links are a good way to diversify the monetizing of your traffic. Yes, you want Google Adsense links, but you want to place strategic affiliate links throughout your web pages, so that you are earning money from more than just one source.

Feel free to let me know how you feel about this controversy by adding to the discussion.

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Last Edit: 19 Jul 2010 @ 02:49 AM

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