Updated on November 23, 2018 by admin
Suppose you could give away free access to a course to anyone and everyone.
And further suppose that by giving away the course, you can make $10,000 a month.
Interested? Here’s how one bloke (we’ll call him Jim) is doing exactly that:
Jim created a large, comprehensive course aimed at newbies who want to start an online business.
Mind you, he didn’t create it from scratch. Rather, he took the best PLR he could find and repurposed it into a massive course that teaches people all of the main methods of online marketing, such as PPC, affiliate marketing, list building, flipping websites, Amazon, selling software, creating info products, blogging and so forth.
In the course, he includes the basics of each method and encourages his students to choose a method and get busy building their business.
Then for each method, he promotes an affiliate link for the ‘best’ in-depth course in each category.
Now pay attention to this next bit – he only promotes recurring courses. That is, membership type courses and sites that bill month after month.
So when he makes a sale, he’s going to continue to get paid on it for as long as that person remains a member.
It gets even better, because he also promotes related products such as web hosting, autoresponders and so forth. Anything that makes sense, works and bills monthly is a product he’s likely to promote.
And he doesn’t even stop there. He is also creating his own recurring courses on each topic. Once he finishes a course, he puts it online and then changes the corresponding affiliate links to his own course.
He likes to make each course a set length of time such as six to eight months, because he’s found the students tend to stay longer and pay more when there is an ‘end’ in sight.
And of course inside each of his own courses, he promotes corresponding products that help his students build their businesses better and faster.
He does all of this by first building trust with his list, showing that he knows what he is talking about, and being the reader’s advocate and teacher.
Creating the trust is crucial, and it’s pretty darn easy, too. When you tell your readers the good and the bad of any money making method, they start to trust you. Remember, most marketing emails for online business type products are only telling the subscribers how great something is. They don’t tell what’s not so great. But he always gives his opinion, both good and bad, and because of that people love him, trust him and pretty much do whatever he says to do.
So by the time he gets around to promoting affiliate links, his readers are taking his suggestions without a second thought.
I know he’s earning at least $10,000 a month with this method, and frankly he’s not working all that hard, either. The main thing he focuses on is continuing to bring new people into his free …
Updated on November 23, 2018 by admin
There are many things to think about when buying automobile insurance other than price alone. You need to carefully consider all the insurance coverage options, which will play a large role in the cost of your premiums.
It may sound a bit confusing, but getting the cheapest policy may, in reality, cost you serious money down the road. Why you might ask? Getting the state minimum coverage may leave you naked so to speak. In the event you get into an automobile collision, the amount of coverage you need to cover the accident might be considerably more than your policy limits.
Even worse, you could get sued and have your wages garnished. If you hurt another person in an accident you caused and could not pay for all their medical bills, you likely will.
Get the best Car Insurance for Your Needs
Let’s stick with the cheapest type of insurance plan, basic liability insurance. If you get the state minimums, you can get monthly rates as low as $30. The problem is, your car could be worth $15,000 or more. If you get into a collision, guess what, your plan would not pay for repairs to your vehicle. If it is completely totaled, that means you have just lost $15K, which is a lot of money.
Now that low-cost liability policy just cost you thousands. Simple public liability and property damage should only be used under certain circumstances. For example, if you have a vehicle that is worth less than $3,000 and you do not drive it much, maybe you can take this risk. Also, if you are a college student with an old ride not worth much, you can take the risk and stay within your budget. However, if you have an expensive car and assets to protect, you are going to need to buy added protection.
The other thing to consider with these cheaper policies is legal liability. The United States is a very litigious country. There are literally tens of thousands of injury attorneys looking for new cases. This means if you get into a vehicular incident that you were deemed to be responsible for, a limited policy can come back to bite you. Let’s say you only have protection of $50,000 in medical damages. You check your cell phone while driving, run a red light and T-bone a nice lady in a used Honda. She goes to the hospital for two weeks and racks up $250,000 in hospital expenses.
Her lawyer will immediately sue you for the balance of these costs, which in this example is $200,000. You can go to court and fight this, but it will cost you thousands to hire an attorney. The judge in this example might award the victim the $200,000 plus legal fees, which would more than likely devastate you. There might be a payment schedule of $2,000 a month taken out of your paycheck for ten years. So your money saving $39 a month policy in the long run …