SubscribeMe Online Courses, Membership Sites, Content Marketing and Digital Marketing

SubscribeMe Online Courses, Membership Sites, Content Marketing and Digital Marketing

How to Create an Online Course, a Membership Site, Create Digital Content, Promote and Sell it online with Digital Marketing, Make Money Online and create a profitable online business. Create One-time products and Recurring Subscription-based products and services that bring in recurring income month after month, where you don't have to go hunting for new customers all the time, which allows you to focus on creating a remarkable product that your customers love and appreciate and are willing to pay a subscription fee for. Listen online at https://SubscribeMe.fm... Show More

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This episode is Part 3 of the series: "The Greatest Free and Freemium Tools I Can't - and Won't - Live Without" - LastPass Edition

Part 1 is Episode 93: https://SubscribeMe.fm/93

Part 2 is Episode 94: https://SubscribeMe.fm/94

See full list at https://SubscribeMe.fm/freetools

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This episode is Part 2 of the series: "The Greatest Free and Freemium Tools I Can't - and Won't - Live Without".

Part 1 is Episode 93: https://SubscribeMe.fm/93

See the entire list of the greatest Free & Freemium Tools at https://SubscribeMe.fm/freetools

Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm

Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app.

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I've been selling online since 1998. And in all of those years, I've tried and tested an insane number of tools - desktop software, online services, and mobile apps. And I started making a list of all the free stuff I'm using almost every day, and the list came up with just blows my to think that I depend on so many of these tools on a day-to-day basis, yet I've never had to pay for most of them.

So here are some of...

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Tip #1: If you write a Kindle book solely for the purpose of making money, then you're going to be terribly disappointed, because a Kindle book will simply not make much money for a vast majority of the authors. And that includes me as well.

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When I say "Don't Write a Best-Selling Book (Do This Instead)", I'm not ACTUALLY telling you to intentionally NOT write a great book or I'm not telling you that you should write a below-average, low quality book.

The main point I'm trying to make is, don't set out with the intention of writing a "best-seller", because there are some downsides to having that kind of a mindset. Let me explain.

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Kevin Kelly wrote, "To be a successful creator... you don’t need millions of dollars or millions of customers, millions of clients or millions of fans... You need only thousands of true fans."

But how do you attract your 1000 true fans?

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I just finished a 3-day launch of my new course at https://1001TrueFans.com. I had over 150 people unsubscribe from my various lists these past couple of days because I sent them an email about the course.

So I figured, I would share how I felt about that on today's show, in case you're also going through something similar, and I hope that it helps you realize that you are way more valuable to your true fans, and that we sh...

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Question: I would like to start monetizing my podcast by creating a membership club for new episodes. Do I put all the available episodes in the club and make them pay to listen, or leave a certain amount as free to continue attracting new customers.

My Answer: I don't think you should put every single episode behind a paywall and make it all premium-only. You've got to have free episodes there, because that's what allo...

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What if you weren't married to any specific platform to build your audience? What if your product was platform-agnostic? Or platform independent? As it should be, right? You don't create a course only for your Facebook followers. You want your entire audience on ALL platforms to buy your course, right?

So if your goal is to get more leads, there are WAYYY better options for generating leads, at least when you're first g...

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Podcast Monetization, Direction, Strategy.

Today's episode is the first of an AMA series I'm doing - AMA stands for Ask Me Anything. So a little while ago, on my birthday, I was feeling extremely grateful and thankful to my customers, my audience, my followers, my friends and my family.

So I asked my audience, via email, via Facebook, via Instagram and even via Twitter, to submit their questions to me, and I said I would an...

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So what does it really mean to stream audio or video? Is downloading a file the same as streaming? Does every video you watch online a streaming video?

The 3 types of "streaming" - Progressive Downloads, Adaptive & True Streaming, why one of them is not even actual streaming, what you should know about, why you should care, and the way it impacts how you deliver content to your audience.

I'm not going to go too deep...

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Go Deep, Then Wide: One day I woke up and figured out, that I have to do what my late father R.N. Jayagopal DID, not what he SAID.

But in my father's case, he obviously wasn't trying to mess with me or trying to mislead me. It's just that he himself didn't fully quite understand his own mega-success in life.

And it is really an immutable law to learning from successful people, is to do as they do, not as they say.

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A Programmer and a Marketer Walk into a Bar is actually a true story. Easily one of THE most fascinating stories of my life.

And this is also the story behind one of the biggest lessons I learned as an Entrepreneur.

So enjoy the story, with the audio taken straight from my live video.

If you are an Entrepreneur, then one of the most challenging things today, is building an audience. So where do you go to find your audience? Faceboo...

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I recently created a video where I talked about why YouTube may no longer be a good idea for storing yours sales videos and promotional videos.

I created that video purposefully, planning ahead, knowing that I'll be able to use the content for this podcast as well.

I call it "Purposeful Repurposing". And I've actually created a full online course about it, titled DOPE - D O P E - Do Once, Publish Everywhere: How to ...

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DOPE stands for Do Once, Publish Everywhere.

I recently launched a new online course, and I wanted to share with you some of the lessons learned, as well as thoughts and comments from my launch.

I talk about 3 things:

1) Perceived Value
2) Turning 1 media format into 3
3) Urgency, Scarcity and Exclusivity - or USE, as I like to call it

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I wanted to share these 19 thoughts with you, about doing business online, and I hope they help you focus, or re-focus, in 2019 and beyond.

I talk about everything from focusing on Making Offers (MOMMY, my new acronym), to creating an Epic Lead Magnet, to increasing its perceived value, why you should stop creating and start promoting, and my "Kindle-book-for-Review" strategy to quickly build a list of prospects, and more.

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And if you get to the root cause of the fear of making offers, that in turn comes from the fear of people unsubscribing.

A lot of us are scared to sell stuff, make offers, because we think if we sell stuff, people will unsubscribe, they will mark our emails as spam, they will hate us, they will trash us on social media.

In short, a lot of marketers fear the sky will fall on their heads if they make offers to their list. And they ar...

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Since Episode #69, I've continued to wind-down my Facebook group. I still post there occasionally, but everyone in my group knows that I've moved the community to my own website and most have them followed me to my new forum. You can check out my new community by going to Forum.SubscribeMe.fm .

And on this episode, I also talk about how I use Slack, how I use my Online Forum, When to use which tool, and How I'm using Sc...

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One of the common myths that a lot of content creators have, in this day and age of crowdfunding, is that if you have a large enough audience, then you can earn a decent income using donations from your listeners.

90% of creators, will not be able to make even a few hundred dollars a month from their show, and I'm going to show you why.

First, I'm going to play you a clip from a podcast called RadioLab, a super-popular radi...

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It doesn't matter if the ad is like a pre-recorded ad from a third-party, or a show-halting, host-read ad. Yes, I agree that those ads are not the same, and people are generally more receptive to host-read ads, where the host of the podcast, or the YouTube video, or the author of the blog post, are themselves reading out the ads.

And it gets more interesting when you throw in affiliate products. And the creative and organic hos...

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