There’s absolutely no denying the fact that if you wish to be highly profitable online, you MUST build an email list. Selling to warm leads and existing customers is far easier than trying to convert cold visitors (prospects).
This is why you see marketers constantly parroting the quote, “The money is in the list!”
That’s definitely true. However, let’s not forget a crucial component in all of this. The money may be in the list – but where you keep the list matters greatly too.
The best way to build your list will be to use a reputable autoresponder. Since this is a very profitable online business model, there are many large companies offering email marketing services.
So which will you choose?
They’re all not made equal. Some are infinitely better than others. So you have to pick an autoresponder carefully.
Do NOT do this!
Avoid using self-hosted autoresponders! They’re usually created by ‘smaller’ marketers and lack the features and automation that the managed services provide.
Very often, the self-hosted autoresponders only have one thing going for them – a low one-time fee. But you always get what you pay for. If you have deliverability issues, etc. you’ll have to sort them out yourself.
Not to mention, most self-hosted autoresponders do not have as many integrations and customization features as the ‘big guns’. So it’s best to pick a managed solution even if it means forking out a monthly or yearly fee.
Mention autoresponders and you’ll always see a few big names being mentioned.
Very often, the name AWeber will make an appearance and you’ll see marketers raving about it. But does it live up to the hype?
Let’s look at the pros and cons of AWeber…
If autoresponders were animals, AWeber would be a dinosaur. It’s probably the oldest autoresponder of the lot and was around when online marketing began.
That probably attests to the fact as to why it’s still popular even though it’s nowhere as sleek or user-friendly as the latest email marketing software such as ConvertKit or Active Campaign.
Nevertheless, AWeber is still a goliath in this email marketing scene and is a solid, proven, and trusted autoresponder.
Marketers on a tighter budget will be able to afford AWeber which costs less than $20 a month, unlike other more expensive solutions.
* Wide selection of forms and email templates
You have a lot of flexibility when it comes to creating forms and emails with AWeber. There are more than 700 email templates to choose with the usual customization options.
* Free up to 500 subscribers
You can sign up for AWeber for free and test it out up to a limit of 500 subscribers. That’s an excellent way for you to get a feel for the software. You may wish to try out the free trials at other autoresponder companies too. This will allow you to get a better idea of which one is suitable for you.
* Has most of the features you’ll need
For quite a long time, AWeber was lagging behind in some of the more recent features that its competitors were offering such as tagging, etc.
However, AWeber seems to have caught up, and are they’re trying to be competitive now rather than relying on old customer habits to stay with them. Automations, tagging, segmenting, split testing, etc. are all available in AWeber now.
* Generally easy to use
The AWeber interface is clean and relatively uncomplicated. While it does seem clunkier than GetResponse and ConvertKit, once you’re familiar with the layout, you’ll be able to use AWeber easily. It’s a lot less complicated than Infusionsoft or Mailchimp.
* Detailed reporting and analytics
This is one area where AWeber truly shines. They even have an app that you can download to analyze your stats. Wow! This dinosaur is really picking up the pace here.
We’re not going into the specific tracking features. Just know that it’s detailed enough to track sales, subscriber actions, and so on.
* Integrates like a beast!
Since it has been in the business for so long, AWeber integrates with hundreds of third-party solutions ranging from PayPal to Zapier. You can see the list on the official website.
Generally, if you have a tool that doesn’t integrate with other autoresponders, you’ll want to check if it works with AWeber. In most cases, it just might.
* Can use Canva
This is something interesting that we didn’t see with the other autoresponders. You can actually use Canva within your AWeber interface to create images and so on. This is brilliant. Good ol’ T-Rex AWeber is definitely beautifying its emails.
* Good support
Just like all the popular autoresponder companies, AWeber has great 24/7 prompt customer support too.
* Account migration
If you’re with another autoresponder and would like to move your lists, tags, subscribers, etc. – all you need to do is fill out a form and AWeber will move your lists and stuff for you. Easy peasy!
* Knowledgebase and tutorials
Don’t panic. If you have no idea how to use AWeber, they have tons of articles and video tutorials to guide you. You’ll have no problem figuring out this platform.
* Good deliverability rate
Despite being on the scene for so long, AWeber still manages to get its members’ emails into the subscribers’ inboxes without fail (for the most part). The litmus test of any autoresponder is its deliverability rate – and Aweber does a good job here.
Despite the fact that AWeber has done a lot to catch up with the newer autoresponders, its interface still needs a better look.
It also charges users for subscribers who are on the subscribed and unsubscribed lists. This isn’t really fair, and while the onus is on the user to delete their ‘unsubs’, it’s still a hassle and AWeber has been in the business long enough to have created a solution for this.
Should You Get It?
We recommend signing up for the free trial and testing it out for yourself… and also trying out the other popular autoresponders.
This is a very competitive industry and most autoresponders have similar features with some focusing on a few strengths. However, what really matters is that you like using the tool and feel at ease with it.
While some people swear by AWeber, many have switched to GetResponse or Mailchimp because they felt it was a better solution for them.
You need to see if AWeber is suitable for you. So give it a try and decide for yourself. As far as autoresponders go, AWeber is just as strong a contender as any.
FREE Report! Download the 100K Copywriting Formula and Checklist (start selling anything you like online)
Whenever I coach newbies online, one of the first things I get them to do is start putting together good offers, write sales pages and work on their copywriting. Why?… Because if you can’t convince people to click on your ad, click on an affiliate link, refer a friend, sign up to a mailing list, or place an order then you will not make any money online.
Whilst traffic, web design, graphics, and other elements play an important role, copywriting is what gets your visitors to take action. Afterall,
there’s no point getting traffic if your site doesn’t convert.
This is why today’s newsletter is solely focused on writing not good, but GREAT sales copy.
Inside the free report below you’ll discover…
* What is Copywriting & Why Is It So Important?
* The Basics of Copywriting
* Focusing On Your Target Market
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* Selling The Features
* Selling The Benefits To Sell The Features
* Summarizing Ideas With Bullets
* Capture The Visitor With Headlines
* Getting Visitors To Read With Subheadlines
* Social Proofing With Testimonials
* Making The Sale With A Call To Action
* Creating An Irresistible Offer
* Tips for Writing Great Copy
* Speak to Your Audience
* Avoid Excessive Adjectives
* Be Specific
* Don’t Worry So Much about Grammar
* Keep it Simple
* Keep Layouts Simple
* Be Succinct & Edit
* Sense of Urgency – Get Them to Buy Now
* Close the Deal – Call-to-Action
* Putting it All Together
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To Your Success!
Terry – Your Online Teacher.
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Fail-proof methods that work…
Here’s a question for you… Are you ‘storing’ your traffic?
Why work so hard to promote a website only to have a fraction of them actually buy anything?
It can take as much as 100 people to see your website before anyone buys your offer… and that’s on the optimistic side.
This is why list building is SO important and why ‘storing’ your traffic is crucial to your long-term success.
So today we’ll look into 5 fail-proof ways you can use to get traffic to your squeeze page in order to build your list.
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I tackle extremely few obstacles without initially consulting my spiritual compass. Having that center of reason and also understanding provides me the confidence needed to make the difficult decisions in my life.
As scary as it is to trust in our spiritual guide (which would be the Holy Spirit if you’re a Christian) at times, it helps to strengthen our relationship with God too when we do.
A big part of my spirituality is connected to the biblical values that I live by. This guides me unfailingly, so I depend on them as my compass in telling me the direction I must take.
Whenever I choose to follow the source of my direction, I am comforted. Even feelings of sadness drift away as I know that my choice comes from a positive place with positive intention. Before beginning each day, I show my gratitude and asking the Holy Spirit to lead me and guide me. Connecting with my spiritual center energizes me and gives me hope.
Even the hardest situations become manageable because I know that I am led by the power of the Holy Spirit. I trust in its ability to protect me when I am in danger. It uplifts me when I am down. I am truly thankful for my spiritual foundation and guide.
Today, it is a blessing to be a follower in something a lot more powerful than my humankind. I notice my spiritual support at work in my life, so I am courageous. I can get over any obstacle as a result of my dependence on God and the Holy Spirit as the spiritual guide He has for me.
1. Just how does my spirituality show itself in difficult work situations?
2.What are some of the most important values that I aim to live by?
3. What component does spiritual awareness play in my end-of-day reflection?
What is Phonics?
Before we can discuss why it is important for toddlers to learn about phonics, we need to learn what exactly phonics is. Phonics is understanding that audios and also letters have a collaboration; also known as it is the link in between what we say as well as what we can read and create. Phonics is the initial strategy that young readers will certainly need to sound out words.
In preschool or nursery school, children start to develop their paying attention abilities so that they can listen to the different sounds that words make, laying the structure to discover the names of things and how they sound.
The next phase occurs in primary school, where kids find out the letters of the alphabet in an established order, and the sound of each letter. As soon as they learn this, kids can start to sound out and read simple, basic words.
For example, kids find out that the letter C has the sound of a “c” as in “cat” and also will then discover how to blend the following letters and their sounds, as in “c-a-t”, to articulate the word.
As the saying goes, practice makes perfect. After working with short and simple words and sounds, your kids’ confidence will grow. They’ll soon be able to make the connection of letter sounds to more complex words. They’ll actually gain a love for reading without them even realizing it. Below is a list of “buzzwords” to help you on your way to teach your little ones to read.
Phonics: using the sound made by a letter and groups of letters to read words.
Decoding: using the knowledge of phonics to sound out and read words.
Grapheme: a written single letter or group of letters, like “s”, “a”, or “she”.
Diagraph: two letters that make one sound together, for example, “sh”.
Phoneme: the sound a letter or group of letters makes. An example is the word “mat”, which has 3 phonemes, “m”, “a”, and “t”.
Sounding Out: using your phonic knowledge to help you say the sounds within a word; e.g., “r-e-d”, pronouncing each phoneme.
Blending: reading the sounds in the word altogether to read the whole word; e.g., “r-e-d, red” or “m-o-m, mom”.
High-Frequency Words: also known as “common exception words”, we use these common words often but aren’t always decodable using phonics. Examples of high-frequency words are, “the”, “one”, and “where”; children are taught to recognize these words on sight.
In school, teachers give their children plenty of time and practice when working with phonics. Working with phonics in the classroom, children will read short, easy books, containing a particular letter sound or words they are working on, allowing them to build knowledge and confidence towards learning phonics.
As parents, however, it can be a bit of a challenge trying to work out the best ways to support your kids in their early stages of learning to read, especially since teaching methods are always changing, and are sure to have changed since we were in school!
Learning with phonics does not have to be within the confines of a classroom. As a teacher, I have come up with several ways to work on phonics with your child from the comfort of your own home. Some of those ways are:
Once your child has learned to read words with the most common letter-sound combinations, they will move on to learn other, harder combinations. With daily practice, your child will be well on their way to reading pretty much any familiar word in the English language!
Teaching children is not a simple task, and if after reading these steps you’re left feeling a little overwhelmed, no need to worry, I have a solution for that too! Click the link below to see how Sarah Shepard, a fellow teacher who has taught over 35,000 children (and counting) how to read with her home program called Reading Head Start!
What Are Habits?
Habits are behaviors we perform daily and with little or no thought to the process. It’s almost as if some of our daily habits are done automatically. We often classify habits as either being good or bad. There are also everyday habits that allow us to carry out essential activities, most of us have, that are simply our routines or what we do every day.
Everyone has habits. From what time we go to sleep or wake up in the morning, to what time we eat our meals or even tie our shoes – these are all actions we perform daily without even thinking about them. Good habits are categorized as behaviors that benefit our lives. Eating right, getting enough sleep, being financially responsible, and staying active daily are some habits that are generally considered good.
Alternatively, bad habits are behaviors that don’t enrich our lives or no longer work for us. Some examples of bad habits are fingernail biting, the overindulgence of food or alcohol, and drug use. These are learned behaviors that don’t benefit our lives. Then, there are daily routines that become habits too. Like the coffee, you always buy from the same coffee shop on the way to work, or what time your body wakes up naturally every day, or even the way you put your clothes on in the morning.
There are several reasons why we use habits and why they are important. We use habits to make our lives easier. For instance, think about the simple task of brushing your teeth. You don’t have to concentrate on how to brush your teeth every day; you just do it out of habit.
So What Are The Best Habits of Successful Online Marketers? Here Are The Top 10
1. Create a plan – An ancient philosopher said: “When a man doesn’t know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind.” Any successful online marketer needs to be organized, know his budget, know the next goal, and what the next job is. Planning is one of the most important habits to be successful in online marketing.
2. Take action – Successful marketers learn and then put that learning into action.
3. Don’t fall for the hype – Successful marketers are realistic; they don’t fall for the overhyped pipe dreams of overnight riches. They work hard to set realistic goals using genuine and effective marketing methods.
4. Not afraid to work and be self-motivated – Success online comes from learning, work, and action, and successful marketers are not afraid of that work. They are self-motivated, and self-starters who are dedicated to the work and learning process needed to succeed.
5. Take risks – Risk-taking is an essential aspect of online marketing, it takes faith, dedication, and guts to delve in and risk failure in order to find success.
6. Staying organized – Another essential skill when working for yourself and from home is to be highly organized, which includes setting goals and outlining the necessary tasks to achieve them.
7. Discipline – Discipline is essential when working for yourself and running a home business. Successful marketers do not let at-home distractions, such as the phone, family, television, or any others divert their focus from putting in the work and hours needed to succeed online.
8. Commitment and dedication – Commitment manifests itself in not only sticking with and being dedicated to the business plan but in knowing and believing that nothing will get in the way of success. While the route may change along the way, the commitment and dedication towards that end goal of success always remain the anchors.
9. Passionate about the business – Successful marketers are very passionate about their business, making it a priority in their life and something they simply love to do.
10. Belief in oneself – Successful marketers believe in themselves and their ability to succeed as much as the business.
#1 Unnecessary Interruptions
#2 Lack of Planning
#3 Thinking You Have to Do It All Yourself
Use Technology to Boost Your Productivity
As a side note, some activities may require you to invest your time upfront but the payoff, in the long run, is priceless! “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” Abraham Lincoln
Don’t forget to use technology to boost your productivity and gain more time in your day. For example, if you automate your bill-paying or use savings and investments like Acorns, you can remove hours of work each month from your schedule.
What Does The Bible Say About Time Management?
Time management is important because of the brevity of our lives. Our earthly sojourn is significantly shorter than we are inclined to think. As David so aptly points out, “You have made my days a mere handbreadth; the span of my years is as nothing before you. Each man’s life is but a breath” Psalm 39:4–5.
What Does the Bible Say about Freedom?
“Biblical freedom has a theological component which sets it apart. In the Bible, people are made free for a specific purpose: to serve God.”
It would seem like “serving God” is the last thing on our minds in today’s society. No matter who you are or what you are in life, most of us just want to be free and live life according to our own terms. And for most people, that means having financial freedom.
Being an affiliate marketer I often think about making money online and how it all fits into my personal walk with God. This brings me to the matter of Stewardship and Community.
It’s kind of ironic though, the Bible tells us that, spiritually speaking, no one is free (financially or spiritually). In Romans 6, Paul explains that we are all slaves. We are either slaves to sin or slaves to righteousness. Those who are slaves to sin cannot free themselves from it, but once we are freed from the penalty and power of sin through the cross, we become a different kind of slave, and in that slavery, we find complete peace and true freedom in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
“If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.” – Matthew 19:21.
How’s that for financial freedom?
In the Bible, the “greater good” often overrides the rights or best interest of the individual. Examples include Jesus commanding His followers to give all of their possessions to the poor and Old Testament priests sacrificing their animals on an altar. The greatest example would be God sacrificing His only Son on the cross to offer us salvation. It is clear that the Gospel is inherently sacrificial.
This relates to stewardship because when we reflect on how we can manage our resources, we often think of preserving them rather than sharing them or giving them away. But true biblical stewardship holds that Christians have a responsibility to our groups, families, communities, and humanity as a whole. We must steward, or manage our people for the collective good and lead others in an honorable direction.
Galatians 6:2 says “Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way, you will fulfill the law of Christ.” In other words, love looks like a sacrifice and the way we treat others matters. As trustees of our time and talents as well as of the culture and values in the society around us, it’s a good idea to occasionally ask ourselves if we are actively seeking to carry the burdens of our brothers and sisters in Christ and to lead our fellow man in the right direction.
One way to do this is by sharing the gospel. In Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus commanded His followers to baptize all nations in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This charge is known as the great commission, and it is one of the major responsibilities that God gave His followers. Another way is by caring about the physical plight of our fellow man, from our next-door neighbor to our brothers and sisters living in other nations with different backgrounds and beliefs. When we share our resources as biblical stewards, the focus is on serving God rather than self. Giving our money to the poor makes more sense when we realize it was not our money in the first place, we are mere stewards.
A day where consumers open their wallets and buy buy buy just about anything imaginable regarding the 4th of July:
Which is all very well and good but…
What if you wanted to profit from Independence Day yourself….
But you didn’t know how to do so?
Well, the easiest way to profit online for beginners, of course, is to monetize a blog.
Quick, easy, simple… and it can even be done free at sites like
But here’s the thing.
If there’s one mantra that every beginner blogger needs to repeat every single day, it’s this – “I only make money when I am responsible for *something* to be sold!”
It’s a simple fact, and yet, it’s often forgotten by bloggers who miss that sadly truthful point.
See, to make money online during Independence Day (especially as a blogger), there’s one thing you HAVE to do.
And it’s this:
Well, actually, let me amend that.
YOU don’t have to be the direct seller all the time… did you know there are some ways that enable you to profit via Independence Day that simply requires you to provide direct affiliate links to OPPs (other peoples’ products)?
But I digress.
Selling… it’s crucial. Sure, you can create valuable content that makes the heavens open up and choirs of angels sing but you know something…
That ain’t a’gonna put income into your Paypal account at all.
No siree! You might end up with offering superb value, but that’s about as profitable as selling ice to the elegant Elves who live at the top of the North Pole
So what can you do?
You sell in ways that make you comfortable.
Let me repeat that in great big letters:
You make sales happen in ways that make YOU comfortable.
But how can you do that if you’re nervous *about* selling?
(and remember, even if you’re displaying sponsored content on your blog, you’re still being compensated for ads to appear on your pages).
Remember – money is only made when someone clicks on a buy button (or an affiliate link and buys, or fills in a CPA form, or … you get what I mean).
THAT is how you can profit via Independence Day online!
And that’s what this report is all about. You’re going to learn 5 ways to make money during the 4th of July holiday – not 1, not 2 but 5.
Ready for the adventure?
Let’s begin with:
This is probably the easiest monetization method of all.
You don’t have to worry about customer service.
You don’t have to follow up regarding customer satisfaction.
You provide the affiliate link and when someone buys from it… you get the commission (and the vendor gets the customer).
Here, your focus is only on pre-selling, creating persuasive reviews of Independence Day affiliate products, perhaps making videos about them that have your affiliate link embedded and the like.
There are several platforms that allow affiliates to promote products, both physical AND digital.
Once you’re registered with these platforms, it’s just a matter of adding your Independence Day affiliate links (on your blog) to RELEVANT products in your niche.
You don’t even have to recommend particular Independence Day products… you could simply blog about the specifics and let your readers make up their own minds.
Ideally, you should promote a mix of both physical and digital products. And please… promote products on different platforms! That way if your CJ.com affiliate account is canceled, your eBay affiliate account can be swapped in. This helps ensure you are not at the whim of any one eCom giant.
‘Waaaay too many bloggers rely entirely on Amazon Associates (with its teeny tiny commission rates). Then they see their earnings dry up overnight if Amazon kicks them off of their platform.
Same thing goes for eBay.
Unfortunately, this happens all the time and the affiliates are not even given a reason as to why they were banned. ☹
Promoting Independence Day products on your blog via affiliate links is quick, easy, and doesn’t require you to do any *active* selling!
What else can you do? What about something that requires zero shipping and handling? I’m talking about, of course:
This is a highly profitable way to generate an income from promoting Independence Day niche products from your niche blog… that you yourself create.
But even if you do NOT want to create them, you can go to any printables site like Etsy or Zazzle or RedBubble, etc…
… sign up as an affiliate, search for niche-related products and then add them to an article about Independence Day (remembering to use your niche affiliate link!).
And if you want to make your OWN Independence Day printables to sell?
Well, it’s more technical because you’ll need to set up a sales page, funnel, etc. You’ll also need to create a product and have good sales copy so that your sales conversions are high.
You can simply go to a free image site like http://pixabay.com, download some Independence Day images (or even niche images) for free, upload them in a site like http://canva.com, add some hearts and Independence Day imagery, and then create eCards or notebook covers or what have you… that way!
Need some help with that? Consider:
All this may seem like a lot of work, creating your own niche Independence Day goodies… but the rewards can be excellent indeed.
Well, if you’re going to sell YOUR OWN Digital Independence Day product, you’ll need a sales page.
And a thank you page.
And a way to deliver the product.
Luckily, there are tutorials on how to create effective sales pages – just look at this search:
And if you don’t want to do it yourself?
Why then, just outsource it like so:
That way, you can focus on what you do best.
(And if you worry about writing sales pages, there’s an awesome program called ScriptDoll. This asks you questions about how your product will solve a problem for your readers, and creates sales pages for you).
After all, think on the following.
When people know/like/trust you, they are ‘way more likely to buy products created by you, compared to Joe or Jane Earlobe down the street. Right?
‘Of course right!
When you’re creating and selling your own niche products (in this case, slanted towards Independence Day), you’ll have a lot more flexibility and be in control of:
It’s more work, but it’s also more freedom from a business standpoint… and can generate a fantastically grand income online.
How else can you profit via Independence Day? Let’s now move to:
If you have time (so if not by this Independence Day, the next!), consider your *own* Independence Day niche goodies.
This is similar to earlier ways to profiting via Independence Day, but now you’re selling physical (and not digital) products.
You’ll need an online store.
You’ll need an online shopping cart.
(and don’t think you have to pay for a Shopify store… http://wix.com lets you get started for free!).
Does this sound intimidating? If so, it’s understandable (especially if you’re new at this). But remember – Google is your friend! Consider this search:
Wasn’t that simple?
Some ideas that you can think about:
What kinds of products will you sell?
Will you do dropshipping?
Will you instead use a Print on Demand company? (those are cool – they only print when people buy).
Let’s tackle some resources to help you learn!
Print on Demand Products Tutorials
Etsy Product Tutorials
Fulfillment by Amazon Tutorials
There are several options here and you’ll need to do your research and see which model is best for your business.
Thinking of building an eCommerce site? Check out:
I mean, chances are you don’t want to end up in a situation where you’re making lots of sales but the post office has become your second home.
How else can you monetize your blog? How about:
One of the best ways for profiting online in just about any niche for just about any holiday like Independence Day (especially if you’ve worked to build up a relationship with the people on your list) is via (drumroll please!):
And even if you hear:
“eMail marketing is Dead!”
Nothing can be further from the truth because…
eMail marketing really DOES work!
Let me repeat that in great big neon letters:
eMail marketing really DOES work!
Unlike social media marketing which can be blocked by your audience, most people check their emails.
So ideally, you want to show up in their inbox… so your readers will buy.
Interestingly enough – I’ve personally found that sending freebies with great quality info can result in hate mail and unsubscribers, while pure product promotions…. Are accepted happily and quietly.
But first things first – you need to build a list from your blog so you can promote your Independence Day goodies!
One of the easiest ways to do this is to invest in an autoresponder like:
and embed their forms to build your list.
Want list-building plugins for free? You can consider the results from:
Consider popular autoresponder tie-ins found at:
Now it’s just a matter of connecting your opt-in form to your chosen autoresponder… and make it sew!
That’s all that building a list is about, really… ensuring that you have a way to collect email opt-ins on your blog (and then follow up with an automated sequence that lets your subscribers get to know you and the value you offer.
Do remember to promote your own Independence Day products (if you have any) or affiliate products in your emails.
Because money is good!
The email list you build that will enable you to promote Independence Day goodies…
Well, it will be more useless than a spaghetti strainer is for carrying 3 quarts of your favorite beverages during a 3 mile jog IF you never MAIL that list!
It never ceases to amaze me how many people DO build lists but then never mail them!
Remember – building a list is to help YOU build YOUR business.
And just like it’s a privilege to have people on your list… its a privilege as well for them to be on YOUR list!
It’s a 2-way street.
And those people who cannot respect that – they do not deserve the wisdom you have to give them.
You know… the above would make for a grand one problem one solution report as well! You could boil it down to:
Step 1.) Give yourself permission to value what you have to share
Step 2.) Armed with that, research list building and build a list in the best way that resonates with *you*
Step 3.) Zero in on a newsletter/email structure… and mail your new list!
Building your list is a great way to increase your bottom line profits…
Why not start that today?
Let’s pause and see where we are…
We’ve covered 4 nifty coolio ways to make money during the Independence Day holiday via your blog. Let’s finish our quick roundup with an idea personalized with the human touch:
Think about this just for one moment.
Sure, you might have a niche site that (normally!) does NOT deal with Independence Day…
Your site might deal with general affiliate marketing, or how to train service dogs, or how to win at Poker, or…
These sites ideally have the following one thing in common:
They have *fans* of that particular niche!
And you can segue to offering your own quick Independence Day services to said fans.
I mean, just look at this search:
And an easy way to create a niche Independence Day goodie is simply to search for royalty-free images on, say, Pixabay:
And then use free online editing software:
And then create/offer your images/photos/etc via Fiverr!
You can learn all about Fiverr over at:
Need additional help? This should be of use:
But back to what I was saying…
You can easily (once you give yourself permission!) dash up Independence Day goodness that is slanted towards your niche.
Look at these searches.
You can take just about any niche-related image, add some Independence Day goodness to it via the free photo editors, and boom.
Instant niche-related Independence Day products you can sell on your website!
And if you just want to cut to the chase and use direct Paypal for that, consider:
The idea of selling niche Independence Day goodies was saved for last because it generally has one downside, not only for Independence Day but also for any other particular holiday as well.
As long as you’re providing a service that requires your direct involvement, you’ll only be trading your own precious time for money.
This is so much not a good thing.
Life is short.
It really is.
And you know… you should be able to build your business around the life you desire, NOT build your life around your business!
Trading time for money means you limit your earning potential. There are only 24 hours in 1 day…
… you just can’t *get* any more time!
Common examples of services for Independence Day include:
But it’s *your* call and nobody else’s!
What else could you do regarding Independence Day?
What about software? Meh, maybe not for Independence Day, but for other ideas? Check out:
Alternatively, you could be a middleman and use service arbitrage to sell services that others deliver. You’ll charge a higher rate and hire a cheaper freelancer to do the job for you.
There are SO many ways to do arbitrage, really…
You can buy Independence Day products at dollar stores and flip them online (think FB Marketplace, Craigslist, etc.) as one example.
In conclusion, the 5 methods mentioned above are really ALL you need to profit from this year’s Independence Day! You can apply 2 or 3 of the methods above and then rotate them for each holiday as they occur…
IF you put in the time and effort and Do The Work (hattip to Terry Trahan of Cutting Edge Gifts).
Start your Independence Day profiting *now*… and remember the following.
Money Likes Speed.
Get up to speed… starting today!