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Have you ever heard of the term FOMO? It means Fear Of Missing Out.
If you use Clickfunnels® or you’re an affiliate, this post will let you know about the latest news about my favorite page and funnel builder (and, if it’s not yours yet, maybe it will be soon) and things related to it.
First, a message from Clickfunnels® co-founder, Russell Brunson:
|If you read business books or marketing sites these days, you’ve probably stumbled across the phrase, “analysis paralysis…”
Basically, it’s over-analyzing or over-thinking a situation to the point that no decision is made and no action is taken.
It’s an interesting phenomenon. We
Iolo recently launched a new product called Phoenix 360.
Through to the end of April you save 50% on this PC protection and tune-up software. This brings the cost of Phoenix 360 down from $79.95 to $39.97! This is a significant discount, as the RRP for all of the separate titles within Phoenix 360 is actually $239.65!
Phoenix 360 provides total performance, protection and privacy for your digital life. It is a suite of 7 integrated software products and multi-device applications that optimize the speed and stability of your computers, identify and remove malware, viruses, adware and spyware, protects and secures your online identity by helping ensure anonymous browsing, stops ad-trackers, …
I got on the cryptocurrency train back in 2013 when I converted an old gaming PC into a mining rig.
I mined various coins and sold them off almost as fast as I generated them.
Buying Bitcoin directly back then was quite difficult. I eventually found someone locally who would sell me Bitcoin if I paid with a credit card. However, he charged a 5% “administration” fee.
That seemed expensive at the time. But then, Bitcoin was selling in the $100-$400 range.
At the end of 2013, it shot up to $1,200 in value. A 3X to 12X gain on my investment (depending on when I bought Bitcoin).
You only know when …
I wanted to let you know about a couple of Christmas Special Deals that are currently available on internet marketing products.
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This service makes it very easy to create professional quality videos. It’s all point and click and converts text into a dynamic slideshow.
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YTCockpit is …
I use my PC day in and day out to run my online business. So it’s important that my PC doesn’t get gummed up with bloatware and hidden processes that eat up memory.
Chrome is my work-a-day browser but I don’t like it. I use it because I have to – there are browser extensions I use that aren’t available for other browsers. And I don’t like that Google (who own the browser) track everything I do through it.
It’s also a memory hog.
I have over 100 tabs open at any one time and I’ll easily open and close another 100+ tabs per day doing research. Chrome doesn’t clean up after …
Jim Cockrum (the guy behind the bestselling Proven Amazon Course and Silent Sales Machine book) has just launched his own online radio podcast.
Called the Silent Sales Machine Radio, it’s a place where listeners will benefit from the creative ideas that he and his team have now shared with thousands of documented successful entrepreneurs around the world – each of whom now have growing, thriving online businesses! He’ll be talking about using cutting-edge, exciting strategies for Amazon, eBay, self-publishing, online marketing and other proven online strategies as well as talking about how to grow personally and live life to the fullest!
Jim is arguably the all time best-selling author in …
I’ve been thinking about all the affiliate and internet marketing courses I’ve bought and learned from over the years. And how many just languish on my digital shelves now and how many I actually used and still use.
Many had short lifetimes because they exploited a loophole or trick to achieve their aim and, once that was plugged, whatever the course taught didn’t work any more.
Then there’s the simple reality that the internet is an incredibly dynamic entity.
Google changes the rules on a what – daily, weekly, monthly basis? We get to hear about the big changes like Panda and Penguin algorithm updates but the knock-on effect of these changes …
Success Leaves Clues.
I thought that was a fitting opening line for this post. Because it’s true. In the last year I watched an internet marketer break onto the scene and crush out multiple 7-figures in revenue like it was nothing.
Maybe you’ve heard of this guy? His name is Chris Record.
Who Is Chris Record?
What makes Chris different is how detailed he is in his training. Just one webinar with Chris Record is like a full 10X training experience! I’m member of his Inner Circle Club where he runs a webinar each Monday for members. His last webinar ran for 5 hours! And it was packed full of solid, useful …
So far this year WordPress hackers have broken every record to date…and this should concern anyone who runs a WordPress site.
Back in 2012 an estimated 192,000 WordPress sites were hacked. Now there would have been an overall lesser number of WordPress sites 3 years ago but there still about 58 million of them. So 192,000 hacks would be less than 1% of that number.
In 2013, the number of hacks rose sharply with an estimated 30,000 sites, PER DAY, being hacked. That’s almost 11,000,000 sites in 2013. By the end of that year, there were estimated to be about 75,000,000 WordPress sites in existence. So 15% of sites got hacked …