Have You Written an Article Yet?
Writing articles have many benefits. There are a number of things you can do with them.
I mostly write them for my websites. But you can also submit them to various article sites. For instance:
And there are others. Just do a search inGoogle for “article submit”.
This can do a few things for you:
Bring a little traffic from the Article Websites
- It could help boost your PageRank with Google. This is done by providing a link back to your website in your signature.
It can also establish your expertise in a certain area. The more people see your articles the better. It can contribute to your reputation online.
And if you use them on your website as well, it provides great content for your website which also pleases the Search Engines.
There are probably more benefits. But as you can see it’s a great idea to do it.
This was recommended to me by someone that’s been doing this for a long time. It is an eBook that will show you how to really profit from Articles. Check it Out Here:
I hope this post helped you and inspires!
Writing A Trust Based Email Campaign
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Who Is Sean Mize. Initially made his “claim to fame” on ezinearticles by writing ~ 1500 articles his first 10 months in the business, then by hiring writers to write another ~23,500 – Next, Sean developed a virtual coaching program system designed to make it super easy for someone to coach 100% from home with just a telephone and an internet connection, and then wrote a book, Anyone Can Coach, to teach the system.
Now he teaches online marketers with established businesses how to increase email conversion, sell more products, create coaching programs, and automate revenue through emails.
No More ROI: The Real Way to Sell High-Priced Packages
Want to know what keeps a lot of coaches and service providers from charging what they’re really worth?
It’s that all-too-common belief that “I am not a sales person.” Combine that with a healthy dose of “It’s rude to discuss money,” and you can see why it’s just easier to keep your rates low.
It’s time to think of your services from a different angle. Not only will you see things in a clearer light, but selling suddenly won’t feel so…salesy.
Here’s how traditional pricing discussions go:
You talk to a potential client, and you explain what you can offer, how your coaching or service works, what he or she can expect (how many calls/emails, phases of work, length of contract), etc. And then you say, “My rate is $XXX.00.”
Your client either says yes, no or (the kiss of death) maybe.
Let’s turn that around, and rather than focus on what he or she will get from YOU, take a look at what she will achieve when she hires you.
For a business coach, this is easy. Talk money. How much more profit will your client make when she hires you? If your coaching fee is $1,000 per month, but you can show her how to increase her sales by $3,000 per month, then your price is inconsequential. She’ll earn it back three times over, not only while you’re actively coaching her, but for the rest of her business life.
Who wouldn’t jump on that with both feet?
What you’re doing here is not talking about the cost of your coaching, but rather the cost of not hiring you. Because if she doesn’t work with you, she’s losing $3,000 per month.
What about other kinds of coaches though? The same applies, you just have to find a way to show your clients the cost of their inaction.
If you’re a life coach, inaction (to your potential client) might mean years of feeling unhappy and unfulfilled. Imagine what it might be worth to your client to lift that depressing burden forever?
The same goes for health and wellness coaches. Can you add 10 years to the life of an unhealthy, overweight man? That’s priceless.
What about dating coaches? For someone who’s been unlucky in love, in and out of one bad relationship after another, the promise of a man (or woman) who will love and cherish them is worth nearly any price.
You just have to paint the picture.
What will life/business/love look like without your coaching services, and what can it look like with you? Once they see the difference, pricing becomes nearly irrelevant.