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How To Identify Your Hungry Buyer and Sell to Them

4th July, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

I originally published this information on my blog, but I thought I'd make a summary just for you guys. If you want to read the full version, go here: http://tipsfromtim.com/how-to-identify-your-hungry-buyer/ How To Identify Your Hungry Buyer (and sell to them Perfectly) When you spend time shrinking down your hungry buyer's profile, you...

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How Do I Profit From Solo Ads?

16th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

As far as I know, Solo ads require you to make an initial investment so it is always a good idea to try and recoup that initial investment or even make a profit at the front-end of your sales funnel. This gives you a chance of building a massive list of subscribers for nothing or even at a profit. This is correct. Ideally, you want a high...

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High Unconfirmed Rate In GetResponse

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

But with solo ads, you're paying for clicks not opt-ins. And you can always clean out your list of fake emails. Also something to be said of finding quality vendors with good lists so you can avoid those issues. P.S. Thanks Aletta, glad you liked the video.

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Identifying Competition Between Products For A Review Site

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

I use a tool called Long Tail Pro to cherry-pick low competition review keywords. They have a feature called Average Keyword Competitiveness (KC): It's a value between 0-100. The closer to 0, the easier to rank. I've found the best keywords to rank for the fastest are between 0-20, but you could go after keywords with a value between 20-30,...

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How To Automatically Update Twitter & Facebook With Updates?

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

I use NextScripts: Social Networks Auto-Poster plugin on WordPress. Download and install that (it's free). Sync your Twitter and Facebook and it will auto-post for you.

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High Unconfirmed Rate In GetResponse

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

Why are you using double-opt ins in the first place? Especially with solo ads. That is COLD traffic. They don't know you, so asking them to confirm is asking a lot. It might be different if they were warmed up to you (like if they read a blog post or watched your YouTube video). Regardless, there has been a lot of debate on using single vs...

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Is It Profitable to Buy Tweets?

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

Sounds bogus. There's no shortcut to getting good traffic. You have to put in the work and be consistent. Pick 1 traffic method and become a master at it, be that twitter, facebook, blogging, youtube, etc. Don't buy tweets or fall for those services because what happens after you buy those tweets? You still won't have a following to get...

Read Full Entry | 5 comments

How To Identify Your Hungry Buyer and Sell to Them

4th July, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

I originally published this information on my blog, but I thought I'd make a summary just for you guys. If you want to read the full version, go here: http://tipsfromtim.com/how-to-identify-your-hungry-buyer/ How To Identify Your Hungry Buyer (and sell to them Perfectly) When you spend time shrinking down your hungry buyer's profile, you...

Read Full Entry | 1 comments

How Do I Profit From Solo Ads?

16th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

As far as I know, Solo ads require you to make an initial investment so it is always a good idea to try and recoup that initial investment or even make a profit at the front-end of your sales funnel. This gives you a chance of building a massive list of subscribers for nothing or even at a profit. This is correct. Ideally, you want a high...

Read Full Entry | 5 comments

High Unconfirmed Rate In GetResponse

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

But with solo ads, you're paying for clicks not opt-ins. And you can always clean out your list of fake emails. Also something to be said of finding quality vendors with good lists so you can avoid those issues. P.S. Thanks Aletta, glad you liked the video.

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

Identifying Competition Between Products For A Review Site

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

I use a tool called Long Tail Pro to cherry-pick low competition review keywords. They have a feature called Average Keyword Competitiveness (KC): It's a value between 0-100. The closer to 0, the easier to rank. I've found the best keywords to rank for the fastest are between 0-20, but you could go after keywords with a value between 20-30,...

Read Full Entry | 3 comments

How To Automatically Update Twitter & Facebook With Updates?

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

I use NextScripts: Social Networks Auto-Poster plugin on WordPress. Download and install that (it's free). Sync your Twitter and Facebook and it will auto-post for you.

Read Full Entry | 4 comments

High Unconfirmed Rate In GetResponse

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

Why are you using double-opt ins in the first place? Especially with solo ads. That is COLD traffic. They don't know you, so asking them to confirm is asking a lot. It might be different if they were warmed up to you (like if they read a blog post or watched your YouTube video). Regardless, there has been a lot of debate on using single vs...

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

Is It Profitable to Buy Tweets?

10th June, 2015 - Posted by Tim Alwell

Sounds bogus. There's no shortcut to getting good traffic. You have to put in the work and be consistent. Pick 1 traffic method and become a master at it, be that twitter, facebook, blogging, youtube, etc. Don't buy tweets or fall for those services because what happens after you buy those tweets? You still won't have a following to get...

Read Full Entry | 5 comments