Associate Programs Newsletter #457
“It's five in the morning here but it was worth it!”
This guy got up at 3:30am to get on it.
As they say, the early bird gets the worm!
1. Amazing feedback on our 1st training
2. Split testing newsletter subjects lines
3. Thought for today: The power of questions
1) Amazing feedback on our 1st training
Obviously, we delivered a training webinar on Tuesday night that blew people away.
Check out some of the feedback that is coming in. . .
Thanks for the great webinar… It's five in the morning here and
it was worth it! – Johnny M
“The best I've heard.” – Peter L.
“This is amazing.” – Loiuse S.
“Great seminar.” – Luis G.
“Fantastic webinar! I look forward to using the system. Thank
you.” – Susan S.
“This was excellent all round.” – Mark H.
Let's face it. You wouldn't want to learn how to fly from a taxi driver would you?
It's always good to hear and learn from those who are real world proven, not just theory based.
Adam Short is a friend of mine. However, friendships aside, as a professional, I respect him.
Here's a guy who has literally perfected the art of niche marketing.
I can count on one hand the Internet Marketers I know who have built up $100,000 plus per month autopilot businesses.
What's more, Adam has done this by duplicating a system that's proven in more than 300 markets.
I love the way that he has challenged the status quo with his “New Rules Of Niche Marketing 2.0”.
They're rattling a few cages but at then end of the day, he's on a winner.
Niche Marketing 2.0 is basically all about extracting big profits from little “under the radar” markets, selling products you don't make, through sales letters you don't write, on web sites you don't create.
If you've been thinking about creating an extra income stream you owe it to yourself to take a look.
Due to popular demand we've just placed the archived webinar by Adam online for free viewing (no opt-in required).
Be warned that this is fairly long (1.5 hours), however, has NO FILLER what so ever.
Just straight up amazing content that you can apply right now.
You don't need to do much SEO.
You don't need to be a copywriter of John Carlton proportions.
You even don't need many skills in the technical department.
You just need the desire to make it happen.
This fresh approach to niche marketing will definitely get you excited and is worth checking out.
Here is the archived webinar link. We'll probably take this down in a few days so make the time now to watch it and learn.
PS. Be sure to listen closely to Adam when he takes you through the guided tour of his live Betta Fish website. Hasn't been touched in four years, but is pulling in a great monthly income.
2) Split testing newsletter subjects lines
Last week you may recall that I pointed out a great little article entitled Green Web Strategies. It's basically a post about the need for you and I to remain teachable. Not always a popular subject, but check it out if you didn't have a read.
Anyway, it reminded me of a little saying I heard years ago. “Good, better, best, never let them rest.”
This is a philosophy I try to live by.
People often underestimate the power that small improvements in the right places can create. This is perhaps because they subtly compound a sites overall profitability.
With improvements in mind, this week let's put the spotlight on newsletter subjects lines.
If you've been around for a while you've probably heard that newsletter subjects should arouse a little curiosity.
Another idea is that the subject line should describe the content within the email while giving the reader a reason to open it.
Beyond this there's the old urgency approach. Make your newsletter subject line scream open me.
Well, we tried a few of these this week.
The results were not stereotypical.
Why not take a look at a half a dozen or so split tests that we ran on newsletter subject lines.
Mike Lowe wrote about it here. I'd love to hear your feedback.
3) Thought for today: The power of questions
“Questions focus our thinking. Ask empowering questions like: What's good about this? What's not perfect about it yet? What am I going to do with it next time?” – Charles Connolly.
All the best