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Check Out this Special Tenth Anniversary Sale

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Content Sparks, they’re discounting some of their hottest courses, along with a few hidden gems you may not have seen before. A new deal goes live every day for 12 days.

If you work with small business owners, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, service providers, or anyone trying to grow their business, then you’re going to love these brandable, ready-to-teach courses – especially when you can get many hot topics during our Anniversary Sale.

Full Blaze packages will be 50% off. However, for those of you who need something smaller, the Flash and Beacon versions of relevant courses will also be discounted. (Not all the courses have these options.) However, only the big Blaze packages come with a bonus.

  • This is your IDEAL time to grab courses you can use to quickly and affordably build your own:
    Training series
  • Curriculum
  • Online Academy
  • Workshop Series
  • Multiday Live Events
  • VIP Retreats
  • …and more!
  • great BONUSES too!

Anyone who purchases a Blaze package (their larger course kits) during the sale will get a brand new, related BONUS! The bonuses are not available elsewhere and are only for people who buy the full Blaze packages (when there are smaller options available).

The bonuses include valuable gems like:

  • Planners
  • Trello Boards
  • Challenges
  • Canva Templates
  • Social Graphics
  • …and more

In additon, EVERYONE who purchases one of the items in the sale will get the new Content Sparks Curriculum Planner, a personal-use-only pdf to help you plan your high-earning course series, so you can increase your income and take your business to a whole new level.

Remember, the bonuses are ONLY for people who purchase one of the Blaze Packages in the Anniversary Sale. Content Sparks will deliver in a separate email.

The sale runs for 12 days – from March 27 through April 7, with 12 incredible Brandable (PLR) courses.

Here’s a list of what’s included in the sale and when each one will be discounted…
Day 1  –  Eliminate Business Overwhelm (BONUS: Trello Board)
Upsell: Laser Focus  (also 50% off!)

Day 2  –  Create Your Business Growth Plan (BONUS: 5-Day Challenge Kit)
Upsell: Step Out of Your Comfort Zone (also 50% off!)

Day 3  –  Build Your Unique Personal Brand (BONUS: Sales Page Copy)
Upsell: Build a Community Around Your Brand  (also 50% off!)

Day 4  –  Content Management Bootcamp (BONUS: Facebook Group Image Kit)
Upsell: How to Attract & Engage Your Audience with Visuals  (also 50% off!)

Day 5  –  Fast & Fearless Information Products (BONUS: 51 Editable Social Images in Canva)
Upsell: Customer Onboarding: After the Sale  (also 50% off!)

Day 6  –  Sales Funnel Magic (Comes with Curriculum Planner – personal use)
Upsell: Customer LifeCycle Marketing  (also 50% off!)

Day 7  –  Build Your Audience Using Social Media (BONUS: Content Inspiration Calendar in Canva)
Upsell: Using Social Media for Networking  (also 50% off!)

Day 8  –  How to Create a Realistic Content Marketing Plan (BONUS: Brandable Explainer Video for Sales Page)
Upsell: 7- day Content Repurposing Challenge (also 50% off!)

Day 9  –  Content Visibility Boosters (Comes with Curriculum Planner – personal use)
Upsell: How to Use Content Marketing to Build Your Brand  (also 50% off!)

Day 10 – Live Video Marketing (BONUS: Digital Action Guide)
Upsell: On-Camera Video Basics (also 50% off!)

Day 11 – Keep Your Customers for Life (BONUS: 5-Day Quick Wins Challenge Kit)
Upsell: Above & Beyond (also 50% off!)

Day 12 – Emotional Intelligence Advantage (BONUS: Yes/No Kickoff Quiz)
Upsell: Know Your Customer (also 50% off!)

Day 12 – Anniversary Sale Bonus Bundle (option to buy all the bonuses from the sale for one low price)

By the end of the sale, all 12 packages will be discounted, so you will have a second chance at anything you missed.

Check out the sale here before it ens on April 7!

 

PLR Bundle: Creating a High-Level Coaching Program Using PLR

If you ever struggle with list building, there’s just one simple ingredient you need to make it work and that’s a GREAT offer. Offer them something they can’t resist and they won’t be able to get to your opt-in form fast enough.
Sure, you need traffic and stuff to that offer, but if your offer sucks, nothing is going to happen.
That’s why if you teach online marketing at all, I recommend you get this package from Alice. It’s her “Creating a High-Level Coaching Program Using PLR” pack and you can get it at an amazingly teeny-tiny price right here: Creating a High-Level Coaching Program Using PLR

You can edit all the content – brand it, monetize and publish it just the way you want. Alice has done all the work for you. You just have to run with it.

And once you pick it up and set up your opt-in offer, here’s how to build traffic to get those subscribers. Just a few ideas to get you started:

  1. Share it on social media.
  2. Get your affiliates to promote it, using their affiliate link.
  3. Set up a retargeting ad campaign on Facebook, so you can get people who visited your site before to opt-in.
  4. Find new audiences with more ad campaigns using Facebook, Youtube or Google ads.
  5. Make a quick video to promote your course on YouTube and send them to your opt-in page.
  6. Ask your subscribers and followers to share it. You can even provide an incentive for them to do so.
  7. Partner with other publishers and swap opt-in promos.
  8. Write guest blog posts on other relevant blogs and invite blog readers to sign up for your awesome freebie.
  9. Provide useful commentary on blogs and news sites. Include a link to your opt-in page in the appropriate space. Don’t link to your site in the body of your comment.
  10. Distribute press releases online and to other online and offline media.
  11. Have a sweepstakes or giveaway on your site with a cool prize. Encourage entrants to claim their free gift and subscribe to your mailing list.
  12. Get interviewed on websites, podcasts, etc. Get out there and get known!

Go here to get your ready-to-publish course: Creating a High-Level Coaching Program Using PLR

This is a CRAZY good deal, but it will not last long.
Gail

Giant PLR Package on Reflexology

This quality PLR pack provides in depth Alternative Medicine information on Reflexology. All of the content is full of highly useful and detailed information.  You get more than 50,000 words of content in this awesome package. As with all of JR’s PLR packages you get a massive amount of quality PLR that covers the entire subject.

What you get in this huge package:

  • 27 Pg. eBook: eBook: Reflexology: The Complete Guide
  • 19 Pg. Report #1:  Reflexology – What The Research Shows
  • 28 New High Quality Articles (19,500 + Words)
  • eBook: Reflexology: The Complete Guide
  • 7 Day Newsletter SeriesReflexology Pressure Points Foot Map20 Viral Images on The Benefits OfReflexology
  • 4 Infographics Image Collage:The Benefits Of Reflexology
  • Checklist: Conditions Helped By Reflexology
  • High Quality VideoThank You Pages
  • 3 Video Cover Graphics
  • 18 eBook Covers
  • 103 Extra
  • Sales Graphics
  • 21 Copyright Free Images
  • Bonus #1: 9 Page Report: Best Essential Oils For The Seven Chakras with Custom Squeeze Page, Images and 6 eCovers
  • Bonus #2: 13 Pg. Report: Key Principles Of Naturopathic Medicine with Custom Squeeze Page and 6 eCovers
  • Bonus #3: 15 Quality Alternative Medicine Articles
  • Bonus #4: 2Editable Infographics
  • Bonus #5: Editable HD Video: Essential Oils: Natural Beauty Secrets Revealed with Pro Voiceover and Covers
  • 27 Pg. eBook:eBook: Reflexology: The Complete Guide
  • 19 Pg. Report #1:Reflexology – What The Research Shows
  • 28 New High Quality PLR Articles
  • Custom Sales System For eBook

Price Increases with every Sale, so click here to get it at the lowest price available now

Don’t Miss the Coach Glue Annual VIP Retirement Sale

It’s time for Coach Glue’s  annual VIP retirement sale. Every year, in order to respect their loyal VIP members, they archive content from the download area into a vault that people who join after this week will not get access to. They will be doing that this week. So if a VIP members has paid for 3 years, new people can’t just come in and get everything for only one payment. That’s only fair….

The basic scoop is that they will be pulling 40 items (planners, workshops, etc.) from the VIP program and removing them from the CoachGlue.com site. The ONLY way to get them is to sign up as a VIP before midnight on March 16th, 2020. Then they’re gone.

Everyone who is a VIP by that time (including current VIPs) will be tagged with the archive access. Anyone who joins after that will not be. So it’s a great deal!

Anyone who joins as a VIP member through March 15th will get 38 bonuses PLUS get locked in at their lowest price they’ll ever offer.

Click here to check out  out the testimonial by David Perdue about How CoachGlue Earned Him Over a Million Dollars

On March 16th, they will pull the past year’s programs from the VIP sales page and download page and remove the option to buy most of them from their site.

But, this week only, you can get them ALL as a BONUS when you become a VIP member.

If you sign up as a VIP this week, you’ll get access bunches of products (many of which are not available for purchase elsewhere) and you’ll have access to them as long as you are a member of the VIP program. They reward loyalty. AND… you’ll get locked in at the lowest price they’ll ever offer the VIP program. (It’s going up in price on the 16th for new members, too!)

Click here for all of the details    

Eight Pitfalls for New Marketers

Becoming an entrepreneur is an insecure endeavor. You’re nervous about it from the very beginning, as you should be. This is not a carefree undertaking – putting yourself on the line, investing time, effort and sometimes money into a business.

The biggest reason that most people fail in this industry is that they don’t approach it from an executive point of view. As a solo entrepreneur, you no longer have a human resources department vetting your workers for you.

You have no financial management team ensuring you stay with your budget. There’s no boss hovering over your desk to see that you get your work done on time, and that it’s top quality.

Instead, you’re on your own. And that freedom can be a help or a hindrance, depending on how you apply it to your business. If you’re willing to go the extra mile to make this work, you should be able to succeed – but it isn’t all about what you’re willing to do, but also about what you have to watch out for.

Freedom Pitfall

Working for yourself sounds like an absolute dream, but for many it’s their Achilles heel. They don’t know how to properly discipline themselves enough to make sure they sit down and get a good amount of work completed.

Instead, they spend their time in limbo, always overthinking everything and reconsidering any decisions they’ve already made. When you’re able to set any hours you want, you sometimes make the mistake of saving it all until the last minute.

Those days spent binging Netflix shows or scrolling on Facebook, playing golf or laying by the pool are just too tempting. When this happens, and you try to live a rich person’s lifestyle before you’ve even made a dime, you’ll spend hours and days panicked – trying to finish tasks at the last minute.

The best thing you can do is be committed to your career in such a way that you crave work. Make it so that you can’t wait to begin a project and finish it to see the results and impact it will have on your audience.

You either need to be the kind of person who is capable of pacing yourself and balancing your work with your down time, or set up a rigid routine for yourself that you don’t deviate from.

Make sure you don’t go through too many excuses – like you have a headache and don’t feel like working. When you begin using excuses like a crutch, you quickly realize no boss in another career would put up with this type of behavior because productivity is never maximized.

Spending Trap

One way a newcomer to Internet marketing avoids failure and disappointment is by continually purchasing new courses, tools, and services from other providers. This is a convenient way of deflecting personal responsibility for the progress they lack each day.

This spending trap keeps the online entrepreneur in a cycle fluctuating between hopefulness and self-doubt, where they engage in shiny new object syndrome on a regular basis.

When you always have new ideas and tools presented to you, it serves as a convenient strategy for abandoning your current project and tools, giving you an excuse not to succeed.

Sometimes, online marketers do this as a way to satisfy the inquisitive nature of their friends and family. These people don’t understand the time it takes to build a solid business online, so being able to tell them that you just purchased a new program to implement eases the shame and frustration of not making it yet.

The best thing you can do in terms of finances is to pretend like you are the financial manager for your business at all times. Don’t allow yourself to go over budget for any aspect of your business, whether it’s courses, tools, or services.

You also want to make a promise to yourself that you won’t continue spending money on new courses until you’ve fully digested and implemented the last course you purchased.

This will ensure, if nothing else, that you are gaining knowledge to be able to apply to your business at a later date, if not in that moment. The last thing you want to do is go into debt for a business that is incapable of turning a profit.

There are many courses and tools that will promise an instant and lucrative return on your investment. But you have to shop smart and understand that the marketing hype is never as it seems.

Too Many Ideas

Changing course with your business models isn’t just a pitfall due to the money situation. It’s also a way to avoid completion and possible embarrassment if your business doesn’t go over as planned.

Not only will you be disappointing yourself if all things fail, but you will be humiliated in front of friends, family, and fellow marketers. Falling into a trap full of ideas can sometimes seem exhilarating.

Going from a typical 9 to 5 offline job to a career filled with freedom and choice can be addictive. You no longer have to stick to a single business model, but you can choose multiple options to profit from.

If you’re prone to suffering from “shiny new object” syndrome, then you need to make a plan that prevents this type of destructive behavior.

Aside from setting a budget for yourself, and promising to follow through on each course you purchase, you also want to have a process for determining which business models you should pursue and which ones you should leave for others.

One of the biggest problems with entrepreneurial shopping is that you purchase based on how much profit the course promises to deliver. The way you should analyze each business is not just by profits, but also in terms of the personal satisfaction they can deliver to your life.

If you aren’t fully engaged and excited by a business model, it will make it difficult for you to wake up and have the discipline you need each and every day to sit at your desk and complete your tasks. So gauge the opportunities according to whatever will deliver a combination of profits and personal fulfillment.Following the Wrong LeaderLeader

Following the Wrong Leaders

Another trap many online entrepreneurs fall into is listening to and purchasing from people who are not worthy of your time or money. Just because a marketer has earned a spot on a leaderboard, or made a certain amount of money, it doesn’t mean their ideas or ethics align with yours.

You want to grow a business that is capable of sustaining your family over a long period of time. Many of these hotshot marketers appear on the leaderboards, rake in some money, and get shut down due to the misbehavior of the marketer.

Many of them also lie about earnings and create phony statistics and testimonials to lure you into a sale. The best way to choose who you follow is to analyze their reputation and see for yourself what kinds of tactics they promote.

For example, you might find someone at the top of a leaderboard, but when you purchase their product, you realize the strategy they’re teaching is nothing more than spam.

How did they achieve leaderboard status? Because many marketers have a “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours” agreement where they promote one another’s products, regardless of its quality.

Many of the best people to learn from will not be on leaderboards for their own product or for someone else’s. They may have their own program and payment processor, yet they have a large following of dedicated individuals who are loyal to them because of their incredible ideas and moral compass.

Fear

Being afraid to put yourself out there is a common pitfall for many online entrepreneurs who are new to the scene. You may go to all of the effort to learn how to create your own course or promote someone else’s, but you freeze up at the idea of following through with a message to an audience who is then capable of judging you and your insight.

There are many reasons why newbie online entrepreneurs get scared in this business. The top concern is failure. If they try something and it doesn’t succeed, they worry that they will then have to return to a typical 9-to-5 job.

This might be because they, themselves think this way – or because their significant other has made it a conditional requirement for their attempt at online marketing. If they try and fail, they promise to go get a “real job.”

Aside from being scared of failing, some newcomers to online marketing are fearful that they will make a mistake along the way. For example, they don’t want to go to the effort of setting up an entire website and creating content for it – along with a product – only to discover they have made an error with their search engine optimization that they feel is critical to the success or failure of their site.

For some newbie online entrepreneurs, the fears are more surface level. For example, they may not want to create any videos because they worry about what they look like on camera.

They may hesitate to create a podcast because of the sound of their voice. Or, they may not even want to write for fear of ridicule about their ideas. It doesn’t help that many in this industry go on the attack whenever they see someone doing things differently or better than they do them.

This can be quite intimidating for someone who is new to this career. They may see customers reacting rabidly to a vendor who they think has let them down, and worry about receiving that kind of reaction from someone in the future.

The best thing you can remember about dealing with fear in this career is that just about everyone pushes forward in spite of it. They do everything while afraid – creating videos, launching products, approaching affiliates, and dealing with customers.

Over time, the fear subsides somewhat and allows you to make progress without focusing so much on those worries. However, you can also use this fear to your advantage.

When you’re nervous about the outcome of something, it helps you make more of an effort to present your best self and your best products to the public. If you had no fear of any repercussions, you might be more lazy about your efforts.

Perfectionism

Being a perfectionist sounds like it would be an admirable trait and beneficial to any online entrepreneur’s new business. However, perfectionism is the obstacle of progress. If you are constantly nitpicking everything you do, it will be very hard for you to approach the finish line.

Many people wear the label of perfectionism as a badge of honor.

The truth is, perfectionism is often a delay tactic that newbie entrepreneurs use in an effort to stall the release of a new product or the task of putting themselves out there in any way.

Whether it’s writing your own book or info product, launching a new service, or even developing free materials for your audience, perfectionism acts as a cushion between you and the ultimate decision of whether or not you will succeed in this business.

Some people use perfectionism as a crutch to prevent them from receiving bad news. The best thing to know about this behavior is that, if you let it go, you will be able to see progress and simultaneously tweak and correct things that go wrong in your business along the way.

Whether it’s repairing simple typos or revamping an entire website, going back to fix things is still better than never following through on a project at all. And with the Internet, you can republish things quickly and easily in a split second.

Skill Pitfall

Being unwilling to learn new skills is another trap that dooms many online entrepreneurs who are new to this business. There are many people who blame their intelligence, their age, or other issues for why they can’t move forward in this business.

The truth is, Internet marketing requires a commitment to continual learning from each and every individual. The Internet is always evolving. That means the platforms you sell on, the tools you used to build a website, and even the needs of your customers will change.

You have to be willing and able to learn what those changes need to be, embrace them, and implement them without fail. If you keep putting this off, or avoiding it for weeks, months, or years to come, then your competitors will push past you and consumers will begin to view you as a relic in the industry.

It’s understandable to be frustrated by change. Technology changes, for example, can be very confusing. But there is always help available to assist you through the evolution. For example, there are videos that will walk you through most technical tasks that you can watch for free on sites like YouTube.

If the presenter is moving too fast, all you have to do is pause the video or rewind it and go over it a second or third time. The best way to learn how to do things a new way is to get a variety of viewpoints about how to do something and then implement it as you learn.

Take your time with each step and ensure that it’s working right before moving on to the next. If you get stuck with something, the online marketing community is available in forums and social networking sites where are you can ask questions and clear up your confusion.

Taking Shortcuts

There are many online entrepreneurs who pursue this line of work simply because they are desperate for money. They may need to supplement an offline job or they may have lost that job and are now seeking to replace the income.

This desperation can sometimes cause people to make poor decisions with their business. They spend money they don’t have, desperately trying to find their footing in the business, but then sometimes make unethical decisions that they otherwise would not have pursued.

If you are in a desperate money situation, it makes it easier to believe the lies and hype of a marketer who doesn’t have your best interest at heart. He or she is merely promising exactly what you want to hear so that they can take your hard-earned dollars.

Another problem with desperation is that it may cause you to rush your work so that your deliverables are not up to par. For example, you might write an eBook and in your desperate state of mind, you cut, paste, and rewrite someone else’s work.

Normally, you wouldn’t think of plagiarizing someone else’s product. But due to your desperate financial situation, you make an exception and promise to do better later. You have to think about long-term consequences when you make a knee-jerk decision like this.

You don’t want to ruin your reputation because of a temporary, desperate financial situation. It’s better to go offline and find a job that can deliver an influx of cash so that you can return to the online marketing industry with a level head and your reputation intact.

There are many traps that a newcomer to online marketing will fall prey to. Part of the problem is the large number of unethical marketers who are eager to take advantage of your lack of knowledge and desire for success.

But you can’t blame everything on them, because it’s still your personal responsibility to manage your business properly from the very beginning. With a little careful analysis and caution, you’ll be able to succeed without putting your brand or your bottom line at risk.