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How I Earned $11,544 On Fiverr, the World’s Largest Outsourcing Gig Marketplace

Fiverr is a global digital marketplace that now currently has three million services with a trademark of $5 gig. As a pioneer of the gig economy, Fiverr has now evolved from one to millions of users who now rely on their incomes from the platform.

The various services range from virtual services like creating social backlinks and press releases to actual physical products like customized sculptures and special party soaps!

Experiment #1: Multiple Split tests at once!

I’ve recently tested two rounds of traffic to the second funnel I mentioned in my previous post. This is the funnel where I’m testing out different prices for my front-end offer. The objective of the course is to be able to break even and or make an additional $0.70 for every hundred visitors that land on my squeeze page. In my post, I explained that I just wanted to improve the conversion of my front-end offer but in all honesty, there are many things to consider when doing this. So I went wild and decided to run several tests at once. I’ve set up some variations of the sales funnel and purchased traffic from the same two people whose traffic generated sales for me.   In the first round, my thank you page received 386 hits from approximately 800 purchased clicks coming into my funnel. I’ve checked and confirmed this as my auto-responder numbers seemed to agree with the numbers. This means the tracking software’s results were verified in my Aweber account.   Remember that my idea is that I wanted to test out different prices for my front-end offer so that I can increase my overall profit for every traffic purchase. I created 3 different pages with three different prices. I placed all these pages in one rotator set to distribute traffic to these pages equally. For those of you who do not know what a rotator is, in short, it’s a link within my tracking software that holds… Read More »Experiment #1: Multiple Split tests at once!

Listbuilding + How to break even when you purchase solo ads

I’ve been slowly working in my lab and since my last post on here I’ve created three different sales funnel. My objective is to make all of them work in a way that they become autonomous or should I say self funded. In other words I want the funnels to be treated as three different stores that constantly generate income without me putting too much effort into it. What I’ve learned: Creating a funnel takes a lot of work and planning. I had no idea the amount of extensive work is involved in creating a sales funnel with different vital components. First you need to think of a lead magnet that is good enough to use. Once you decide on the lead magnet to use you then have to create a squeeze page. Creating a squeeze page does not take long but making it work in a funnel with ever-moving parts can become a pain. I split test every aspect of the funnels so that means I have to create several versions of my funnel pages including all the up-sells as well as the exit links that lead to other squeeze pages. In all I would have to say that creating one sales funnel cost me about 5 hours of my time. Although the funnels are live right now and there is traffic going to them, they are not yet complete as there are more components to add as well as pages and concepts to improve. In all my time… Read More »Listbuilding + How to break even when you purchase solo ads

Email Marketing – How to build a list of 50000 subscribers in less than 6 months

I get a lot of great questions from my subscribers. Some of the emails I receive are emails that ask for help… Some emails just have the word “help”… with nothing else in the email body…

Please don’t be that person. It’s hard to provide guidance if we don’t know what problem we are trying to resolve.

So I’m writing this post to explain how I built a massive list of 50,000+ email subscribers, with Aweber. I hope you get to use this post as a blueprint

New Year, New Route and Starting Anew

It’s never too late to say happy new year. I wish you the best for this year and every year thereafter. I must say that 2015 was a great year for me and the icing on the cake was with the birth of my firstborn. I never knew until now how great it feels to be a father. I know every parent says this but my son is the cutest baby I’ve ever seen. He is too adorable for words. I’m on cloud nine, my wife and I have truly been blessed. With that said this year started off well and God willing this year will be amazing as well.   Starting Anew The title of this blog post is starting anew for many reasons. It’s a new year, My wife and I were blessed with a new addition to the family and I’ve decided to start over with my online business as I had a few bumps along the way. So I created my very first product and I will share that experience with you later on in this post. As you may already know last year was groundbreaking for me as I generated over $50,000 in revenue online. There is a short interview about that on a previous post. This is great and all but what you don’t know is that I made a lot of mistakes along the way. If I had remained focused I would have easily made a lot more and possibly doubled my income.… Read More »New Year, New Route and Starting Anew

Case Study – How I Built My List From 0 to 34,000

I’ve got  a case study today. The first one ever published on this blog. This case study comes in a video format and it’s practically an interview/testimonial from David Dekel. He’s a Top solo ad seller and runs a very eye-opening coaching program. You can learn more about the program below the video by just following the link there. In my early days of buying solo traffic I stumbled onto David. I asked a lot of questions and he was crazy enough to help me out by answering them and gave me sound advice that I can honestly say put my on the road that I am today where I generate over $5000 a month. So have a look below: I’m very grateful to David. He can help you achieve the same results. You can learn more about David and his program here: SixFigureSoloSeller.com Now I understand that we didn’t dive much on what exactly I was doing to build my list. I originally didn’t want to share this with you for selfish reasons, and that reason is that I spent a lot of time and money to acquire this knowledge. After much thought I decided to share the basics with you. If you’re just getting started, you can follow the steps I will share with you to at least start building a list and generate an income. I realize from my list that not everyone will take action and that is a shame because you’re just leaving money on… Read More »Case Study – How I Built My List From 0 to 34,000

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