Week three of the Quick Start Challenge is well underway. The easy part is signing up to an auto-responder vendor and inserting the opt-in form in the side bar of the blog. If you are having trouble with this part just request help here in the comment section or read the the QSC FaceBook conversations for help. The most important part of this weeks challenge is the gift.
The free give away is the hook that gets the reader of the blog on to your most important asset, the list. So for this week you can get started with any old PLR as a gift. You can learn the mechanics of the setup process. But, for the long term you need to research your market for just the right bait. To go fishing for an example, the ocean is full of all kinds of fish, but if you are fishing with the wrong bait you either catch nothing or what you catch is not what you want and most likely not worth having. Yes, you can end up with a list that makes no money.
The PLR products that you may find should not be used without modifications and refinements. Hundreds if not thousands of copies of the PLR report may be in use. So your copy should not be the same as any of the others. If you think that your writing skills are not what is needed to rewrite the report, go to fiverr and find a writer to do the job for a reasonable price.
For the work you cannot do!
When hiring someone to do any work, the key is to hire the best person you can find for a price you can afford to pay. The best thing fiverr ever did was allow the vendors to charge more than five dollars for their gigs. With the gig extra pricing you can hire someone to rewrite or even better, write a report for less than fifty dollars. The writing you can outsource, the thinking and planning you must do. Your niche selection is the most important part of the equation. When you have that solved, just go over to fiverr.com and search out the right vendor. OK, they keep the brand; “fiverr“, but the best work will cost you a bit more than five dollars.
On the other hand, if you are comfortable writing, spend the time and create your own original report. To help with the topic selection, keep in mind that you will need offers to send to the list, so pick several topics, search for offers, select one that shows the best promise for generating income. One way to look at the offer process is to decide how often you want the list to repeat. Everyone will hit the unsubscribe button if you are not providing value or are over offering. Not every email should have an offer, give them some free information while setting them up for the next offer.
While your report is being created, remember to keep up with the daily work of getting traffic to your blog. The process of getting traffic without paying a fee is one that requires patients. If you Keep blogging two or three times a week plus continue commenting on blogs and forums you will be rewarded with traffic. Next time we will talk about some ways to speed up the traffic flow.