This is the dirty secret people don’t talk about very often.
A lot of businesses in virtually every niche had hockey stick growth in the early 2000’s because of Adwords.
You had very little competition regardless of the niche.
I still remember complaining about paying 4 cents per click in search.
Those same clicks cost $5+ today.
The early adopters on Facebook got the same advantage.
Cheap traffic + low competition = crazy growth.
The same tactics that worked like gangbusters just a few short years ago would bankrupt you today.
Look for the new, emerging opportunities and capitalize on them before your competition does.
Right now the 3 most undervalued opportunities I see for the next 3 years are Youtube, Facebook video ads, and remarketing.
Because of that I have a LIVE call set up with Tim Page where you’ll discover the 4 steps to getting more leads and sales using Facebook re-targeting (and spending less to get them!).
And among other things, we’ll cover things like…
After this training — you’ll be able to run your first high-converting, low cost retargeting campaign right away!
Make sure you register now, because there are only a few days left, and I would hate for you to miss out on this one!
I was able to get Zach Johnson to explain how he is able to generate $100 in revenue per email address from his funnel with the Funnel Stacking Method.
This podcast is packed with advanced and high level strategies that can level the playing field if you apply them.
While you can use AdSpringr for personal marketing campaigns, it is often used by agencies that manage advertising for a variety of clients.
This is the secret question I ask myself all the time.
This is what allows me to be so hyper-productive.
I ask myself this before I sign up for a newsletter, webinar, class or anything that requires my time.
Because your biggest enemy in business is not your competition; it's your time.
You only have a limited amount of time and if you don’t get the maximum value from it, you’re doomed to fail in everything you do.
I often hear marketers complain about struggling and about how nothing will work for them. That is a symptom of a bigger problem.
Your cure is changing how you manage your time.
That's why person X can make it work while other people can’t get things off the ground.
I know this is not what people want to hear; most marketers tell you it's not your fault.
The more you can control how you use your time, the faster you can succeed.