How to “launch” any product or service with nearly-instant momentum and sales

This is an invitation to watch a great video series. As you may know, I’m the author of the book the Influencer Effect.

This is coming from my colleague, Jeff Walker.  I’m a  member of his fantastic Launch Club. Jeff uses many of the methods I encourage in my book (in fact, I reference him in the book). If you want to learn how to get others to market and sell on your behalf, you should really check this out.

Every year or so, Jeff Walker releases a free Launch Workshop (complete with training videos and PDF downloads)… and it’s always a complete marketing education all by itself.

Jeff usually does it as part of the warm-up for his next Product Launch Formula class, but whatever the reason… it’s always a really good idea to register for his training – because it’s just that good.

AND the price is right… it won’t cost you anything (other than your email address).

His first training video will completely change the way you do your marketing… go check it out:

http://bit.ly/Productlaunchgj1

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New Finds to Extend WooCommerce

Recently, I’ve come across some additional WordPress plugins that didn’t make it into my book, the Influencer Effect, but which deserve attention. These all work with WooCommerce, which is huge and why I’m discussing them, but even if you don’t have a WooCommerce site, these are great add-ons for any WordPress website. I will cover 3 plugins that I believe are worth looking at: Broadcast, WordPoints, and Affiliates. Let’s take a look at each of these and see how they might benefit your company.

Broadcasting Content

By broadcasting content, I am not talking about writing a blog post and having it automatically generate a newsletter like MailPoet does, or syndicating your content to various social media sites like MicroBlog Poster does. Those are great plugins and I’ve previously discussed those. What I’m talking about here is the ability to create a blog post on one site, and have it syndicate the content to another site. Sure, you can use an RSS feed plugin and display the content, but what “Broadcast” does is to actually post your blog to multiple sites at the same time. If you run several sites, like I do, or you have a franchise, school district, chain store, etc. you might find this very useful.

Download the “Broadcast” plugin at https://wordpress.org/plugins/threewp-broadcast/. There are a number of add-ons to this plugin which extend its functionality even further. For example, there is an add-on for WooCommerce. What this allows you to do is set up a product on your wholesale site, then share it automatically to a number of retail sites. That is pretty cool. […]

What Happened to the Google Keyword Tool?

What Happened to the Google Keyword Tool? Google has officially retired a number of products / services in the past year, many of which were very useful. For example, iGoogle (where you could create your own home page) was retired last summer. Google also retired it’s Reader, which was great for pulling content and reading Read more about What Happened to the Google Keyword Tool?[…]

Revealed: The Web Marketer's Best Kept Secret!

Each month we provide links to industry news articles about how online sales are continuing to grow. We’ve discussed all types of marketing initiatives from SEO (search engine optimization), email, blogs, eBay teasers, social networking, and coupons. Yet as a provider of shopping cart software and services, we hear all the time about how small Read more about Revealed: The Web Marketer's Best Kept Secret![…]

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