Welcome to this new episode of the Real Fast Results podcast! The special guest this week is Mr. John Jonas, who has been making between six and seven figures online since 2004 and has literally helped thousands of entrepreneurs succeed by teaching them how to replace themselves. Of course, as they stop doing the grunt work in their business, essentially becoming the CEO of their own business, they tend to be more successful. One of Jonas’ sites is called ReplaceMyself.com, and another one is OnlineJobs.ph. He’s got a few other ones as well, but for the most part, John helps entrepreneurs implement everything that they should with the help of an outsourcer or outsourcers.
Today I'm going to talk about the best practices checklist we use in house for our day to day email marketing. Email marketing is a big deal within my business. Email is my primary marketing vehicle. In spite of the fact that email deliverability has become more difficult, emailing your list is still the most potent and effective marketing tool. Be that as it may, the use of “best practices” will help ensure that every email stands the best chance of hitting its intended mark. Accordingly, what follows is a checklist designed to be used before sending any email.
One of the fastest ways to grow your company is to do business with influence centers in your niche. The problem for most business owners is they have no relationship with influencers who could help them. Fortunately, doing business with influencers in your field is not as hard as you might think. Why is this? It boils down to this one simple truth: everybody needs something. This basic concept is the engine that drives the economy. You can use it to create and nurture relationships with top influencers in your market.
Today, we promise to show folks how to shortcut any system or process that you’re using and get right down to, “Is this going to make me money,” or “Is this going to be effective or not?” I see so many people who are just spinning their wheels. I guess the old phrase “putting the cart before the horse,” kind of applies here. I see so many people doing that, and with one little mindset tweak, you can completely eliminate that out of your life. I look at it more from a “making money online” type of perspective, but really you could use this for any process. Today, we’ll be discussing this in the context of making more money in your business, making money online, and growing your business. [bctt tweet="What I’ve seen is people working on the efficient things, not the things that are effective. " username="danielhall"]
Welcome to this episode of the Real Fast Results podcast! Today’s special guest is Joel Friedlander, who is an award-winning book designer, blogger, and writer who speaks regularly at industry events. He is also the author of A Self-Publisher’s Companion and the co-author of The Self-Publisher’s Ultimate Resource Guide. Furthermore, he’s the owner of the immensely popular blog, The Book Designer, and he was named by Writer’s Digest as one of the 10 top people to follow in book publishing. In addition to all of that, Joel runs a site called BookDesignTemplates.com, and he’s done a really good job of creating templates that help people. Not only does he provide valuable book templates through this site, he is the webmaster at AuthorToolKits.com, where authors can find digital products to help with their marketing and business activities, and he is the webmaster at BookPlanner.com, which is the only project planning tool that’s specifically designed for indie authors. Welcome to the show Joel…