Category Archives: internet marketing

The Official Unboxing: Launch (The Book)

by on Jun 16 2014
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This was a behind-the-scenes surprise – I was right in the middle of a team meeting when the first copies of my book were delivered. It was the first time I saw them, the first time my team saw them… and this is what it looked like…

Get your copy with with extra bonuses here: http://www.thelaunchbook.com

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Is Email Marketing Dead?

by on May 11 2014
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Is email marketing dead?

I got that question from a reader after one of my recent videos, and it’s not the first time I’ve heard the question. Here’s my answer…

I would love to hear what you think, please leave a comment below…

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My Book Is FINALLY Done! (Behind the Scenes)

by on May 04 2014
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It’s finally done!! I just sent my BOOK MANUSCRIPT off to my publisher. It’s literally been YEARS in the making – and now it’s DONE. I’m excited, I’m celebrating – and I want to share some of the lessons learned (and the mistake I almost made) in finally finishing this project.

(And I want to invite you to the launch party – watch the video to learn more!)

Let me know what you think… do you want to be on my book launch team?

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How To Sell Without Selling Your Soul

by on Apr 27 2014
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I recently met a man who was a Commander in the Navy SEALs for 20 years. This SEAL had just published a book, and he asked me this question: “Jeff, is it possible to sell online with integrity?” In other words, he wanted to know if he could sell online without selling his soul. Here’s what I told him…

So do you think it’s possible to sell with integrity? How are you doing it? How are you increasing your impact and sharing your enthusiasm for your product with more people? I’d love to hear what you think, so let me know in the comments below…

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The #1 Rule For Building Your Online Business

by on Apr 20 2014
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Here’s my #1 rule for Internet success… and this is one I obsess over. This is the one that gives you a license to print money. Follow this rule, and keep following this rule… and you’re going to have success.

I’d love to hear what you think (and what your next questions are), so scroll down and leave a comment below…

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Using Surveys To Read Your Clients Minds

by on Apr 12 2014
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In my last video, we talked about how to find out what your prospects and clients want to buy – and I got some great questions on in the comments asking how to SPECIFICALLY do that. So, in this video I share my tips and tricks for using surveys (including the exact questions to ask in your surveys) – and I talk about a big mistake I see people making with their surveys…

And since we’re on the subject of asking your readers what they want to know… scroll down tell me what the #1 challenge in your business is? If you could sit down with me for coffee or a beer, what’s your #1 most burning question you’d want to ask me? Leave me a comment below and I might shoot a video to answer your question…

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How To Find Out What Your Prospects Want To Buy

by on Apr 06 2014
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A key secret to my success (and the big idea behind great offers) is to find out what your prospects want, and then give it to them.

At my recent Platinum Mastermind meeting, Plat member Will Hamilton shared one technique he’s using to find out what his market wants. I pulled Will aside at the break and recorded this video for you, because you can use this same technique to find out what people want to buy from you…

So how could you use this technique to find out what your prospects and clients want? What do you think you would learn? Please leave a comment below and let me know…

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The Business Success Secret That I Couldn’t Avoid

by on Jan 14 2014
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When I started my online business back in 1996, there was one thing that I was literally forced to do – I had to create my own products and offers. There were no affiliate programs back then, there was no adsense, and there weren’t any other revenue streams. If I wanted to be in business, I needed to create my own products… so I was forced to create a product and an offer. And that one thing has made all the difference…

So what are your questions about creating great offers and great products… please leave a comment and let me know.

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