Tag Archives: software

Surviving the Sales Page

Some of our most valuable products were once offered to us from that very thing which we so often cite as an endless annoyance: the sales page. Without forswearing sales pages altogether, how does one still absorb the information one needs, without becoming completely overwhelmed?

FTC’s New Rules for Marketers – Do You Know What to Do?

If you sell products through your blog or website, whether as an affiliate or whether these are your own products, it’s important that you understand the FTC’s new rules so that you can be in compliance with them – or as much in compliance as is humanly possible.

Holly’s Birthday, GVO, and Lots of Commotion

It’s Holly Mann’s birthday tomorrow! Happy Birthday Holly! 🙂 🙂 🙂 One thing that’s great about Holly is that she doesn’t go jumping up and down and chasing after every new shiny toy online. So, when she does get excited about something, we tend to take her pretty seriously.

Building from Nothing, not Building from $5,000

I would never ever recommend that someone new to Internet Marketing spend large sums for a coaching program, software package, or any other huge investment into online business. When I first began working online I did invest a bit more money than I had earned – that’s a bit hard to avoid in the beginning […]

My Favorite Since 2006 – Personal Review

If you know me, or have been following this blog for a while, you might notice that I don’t promote every product launch or every new thing that comes out with a price tag attached. I made a point when I started this blog that I would only promote products which I personally use and […]

Save Your Sanity with Financial Management & Online Tax Software

Tax season just ended, and while some people might consider I am a bit late on writing about this, there is also another way of looking at it. Now is a great time to get the year off to a good start so that next year, you don’t have to go through what you went […]

Productivity & Your Full Email Inbox

If you had 14 hours per week to work on your online business and you spent 10 of those hours wading through your emails, you’d probably find yourself getting nowhere quickly, no matter how many coaching programs you signed up for and no matter how many eBooks or free bonuses you downloaded.