The secret strategy that Roy let slip September 30, 2010Posted by Brett McFall in : General,World Internet Summit , add a comment
We think the Mediterranean air must have made Roy Carter a little too relaxed.
He just let slip about an amazing strategy he uses to generate tens of thousands of quality visitors to his websites every month, without using Google Adwords.
You’ll never guess…
Luckily you don’t have to – we recorded him, so you can hear it for yourself:
In this interview, Roy Carter also reveals:
* The trap that most new internet marketers fall into, and how to avoid it
* What to focus on RIGHT NOW, if you want to make serious mo~~ney online (on auto pilot)
* Proof that when it comes to mailing lists, it’s quality, not quantity, that counts (to the tune of $30~000 from a list of 109 people!)
* How you can be generating extra income to pay household bills, within a matter of days
* And more. So, why not get yourself a coffee, sit back and listen to it now?
And if you’re smart, do whatever you can to meet Roy in person at World Internet Summit – November 11-14, Heathrow, London.
Brett McFall and Tom Hua
Our first ever World Traffic Challenge Winner: Deb McNamara September 8, 2010Posted by Brett McFall in : General , add a comment
For 50 hours we went LIVE on the internet with an offer that people couldn’t refuse (lesson 1).
Then we used social media marketing strategies to let the world know about it – which means, Twitter, Facebook, Linked In and more (lesson 2).
The result? Over 1500 people took advantage of the offer in just 50 hours.
So in a little over 2 days we built a business from scratch and showed the audience every single step.
Then we gave it an audience member. Her name? Deb McNamara from Australia.
Deb absolutely loves the internet and couldn’t stop herself from shaking as she accepted the prize. Her next question was, “Wow… what do I do first with all these people!”
We helped her out and she’s now on her way to adding value to their lives Because if you want to have a long term business, you have to understand your customers and show them that you know what they want (lesson 3).
Deb is committed to having these people as long term customers and already has her plan for adding value and doing it profitably too.
Remember, this sort of exciting experience doesn’t happen if you’re sitting at home. For the only seminar that proves what they say is true, be sure to attend a World Internet Summit sometime soon.
Tom Hua and Brett McFall