Go From Beginner to $1,000 a Month: Build Your Content, Offer Pitches, and Giveaways

What would I do if my back was against the wall and I had to make $1,000 a month, each and every month within the next 30 days?


Well, today, I’m going to show you exactly what I would do, and walk you through everything so you know what you need to do.


Now, I got to tell you, this is a business. It takes some work. There’s some little tweaks that need to be made. Not every niche, not every customer, not every affiliate offer is the same.


What you can expect is real-world information on how I run my blogging business and how I’ve helped many other people do the same. I’ve helped lots of people get financially free over the years by learning this simple stuff.


I think if you follow along and you really dive in, you should be able to get some results.


Build Your Content, Offer Pitches, and Giveaways


We have to build our content, our offer pitches, and our giveaways.


What Are Your Target Market’s Needs, Desires, and Wants?

What is it that people desire? What is it that they want? Figure it out. You have the keys to the kingdom.


Figure out what people want. I know what you guys want because you tell me all the time. Very cool. You guys want to make like $1,000 to $10,000 a month or more. That’s what you want.


Find Other Offers and Flipper Markets


You have to look at other offers and see what’s out there.


What are flipper markets? These are markets that you can start with one niche and flip the audience into a related niche.


Set Up Follow-up Messages


Next, you want to set up follow up messages. You should have 5 – 10 messages to send out to your mailing list. These can also correspond to 5 – 10 blog posts for your blog.


You can send these to people when they opt in in your list. Very basic, very simple.


Add Direct Calls to Action on All Pieces of Content


You should add a direct sales call to action on all your pieces of content. Tell your audience to download this, fill out this form, whatever it is. Don’t be afraid to be direct.

Differentiate Traffic Content and Sales Content


Make sure to differentiate your traffic content from your sales content.


What does that mean? That means the content you use to get traffic is going to be different from the content that you use to sell.


When I do these webinars on YouTube, the purpose of them is to sell. You guys usually know who I am when you watch my long webinars.


Some of the smaller videos I have on YouTube, like my recent rap video, are used primarily to get new people. They’re different types of content.


Usually, when I do sales stuff, I do long-form videos, where I talk for an hour and half. When I do traffic-getting videos, they’re shorter. On the sales webinars, I sell hard, and tell people that they need to buy my stuff.


I’ll say, “You need to go get a high-ticket niche right now at www.HighTicketNiche.com, because not only is the domain almost worth what you pay for the niche, but you’re also going to get a site.


“We’re also going to teach you the market. You’re going to get all the plugins installed. You’ll get some content. We’re going to tell you the offers to run. We’re going to give you 90 days of support to walk you through everything on Tuesday calls, so you can ask questions to your heart’s content.”


I’m going to sell hard, because that’s what this is for.


On traffic content, I might not sell that hard. I might just be like, “Hey, opt in, or check out my next video, or whatever.”


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