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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 ...
 
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Selling Online Today

Patrick Conlon: Multichannel eCommerce Specialist. Chatting to business owners who successfully sell online, including one who appeared on Dragons Den. Interviewing businesses that sell on Amazon, Ebay & website selling. Synchronized across all platforms.

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Selling Online Today is a podcast created for you, the small business owners and entrepreneurs who sell online via their eCommerce website, Amazon and Ebay all at the same time. If you are looking for inspiration, tips, tricks, advice on how to become a better seller then look no further. Each episode brings you a successful business owner talking about what he does, how he does it and what they recommend for those who are just thinking about or just beginning to sell online or who have begu ...
 
The DIY Projects with Pete Podcast is a show that helps and inspires you with Do it Yourself Projects. This podcast will get you to try new projects, be creative, and to have fun. You will learn about woodworking, metalworking, concrete, crafts, and home improvement projects. Your questions will be answered and Pete will also interview inspiring artists and crafts people. You'll also get valuable DIY tips, advice, and inspiration to help you along your projects. Check out the DIYPETE.com web ...
 
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The reason why I had the biggest book launch of my life, was because it was all about The Offer. The offer is not just the product and not just a short landing page with a few bullet points about the product and a buy button. As legendary Harvard Business School Professor, Theodore Levitt once said, “People don’t want to buy a quarter-inch drill – …
 
I recently launched my 8th book, titled Dogpoo & Dosaa: 67 Proven & Implementable Truths, Tactics & Hacks To Create Better Content, Promote Your Products, Grow Your Audience and Make More Sales. And here are some of the lessons learned and takeaways from the launch. Check out the book at https://DogpooBook.com Listen to the show for the rest at htt…
 
I frequently encounter entrepreneurs and digital creators online who spend a lot of time creating an elaborate online course, spend months, even a year or more creating a course or an entire digital library, working on the content, setting up the membership site, hiring a copywriter to write the copy for the sales page, lining up affiliate partners…
 
I've had a lot of people ask me, or ask online in various groups and forums, the following questions: How long should your sales page be? How long should your podcast be? How long should your blog post be? How long should your webinar be? I have one simple answer to this: No such thing as too long, only too boring. Listen to the show for the rest a…
 
Attention surplus, attention deficit, Seth Godin, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Pattern Interrupt, Roy H. Williams (Wizard of Ads), and a lot more in today's episode. Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app. Episode brought to you by https://S3MediaVault.com - Audio…
 
"Sounding Natural" comes with Practice. "We talkin' 'bout practice" - Allen Iverson How much prep goes into Saturday Night Live Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app. Episode brought to you by https://S3MediaVault.com - Audio & Video Player for Amazon S3 & File Protecto…
 
What does it mean to host your podcast on WordPress? Should you host your podcast feed on your own website? How do you create the Podcast RSS feed? What about the audio files? Where should you host it? That's what I talk about on today's episode. Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favori…
 
Streaming vs. Progressive Download Videos and Audio, why you should NOT host video and audio on your own website, using a CDN, to allow or not to allow downloads, focusing on the 99%, evergreen content, and Moving personalized dynamic watermarks Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorit…
 
Jump Cut Joy: Ditch The Teleprompter, Talking-Head Videos, Addressing your audience 1-on-1, Scripting, Recording in Short Segments and more. In today's episode (part 2), I continue to focus on Video creation and delivery. Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app. Episode b…
 
You probably have a membership site or online course, or maybe you want to start one. Either way, you're going to probably have a bunch of Video, Audio and PDF's in your online course. In today's episode, I'm going to focus on Video creation and delivery. Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in yo…
 
If you've ever been a part of a Facebook group, you've probably seen someone post a Poll, usually asking questions like... Who should I host my podcast with? Polls are great if you really are looking for people to vote on the answers, and you want to be able to quickly know the results and find a winner, or a trend, at the end. Unfortunately, neith…
 
Waterfall Method, If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It and Junior Programmer - the last and final part 4 of the series 17 Things Entrepreneurs and Digital Creators Like You Can learn from a Programmer Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app. Episode brought to you by https://S…
 
In today's episode, I talk about Repeatability, Scalability and WORA - Write Once Run Anywhere (similar to DOPE: Do Once, Publish Everywhere at https://SubscribeMe.fm/dope/ ) Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app. Episode brought to you by https://S3MediaVault.com - Aud…
 
In the last episode, I talked about Just-in-Time, Beta Release, and Minimum Viable Product or MVP. In today's episode, I talk about Design Big, Implement Small, Algorithms and Rapid Prototyping Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcast app. Episode brought to you by https://S3M…
 
This is kind of a cross-over episode, where I have taken some of the great programming practices that are used to develop software and systems, and I am going to show you how you can apply them to your own business, as an entrepreneur and digital creator. Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in yo…
 
The last and final Part 5 of the series: "The Greatest Free and Freemium Tools I Can't - and Won't - Live Without" Skype, Slack, Discord, ToDo, Trello, Asana, UberSuggest, Xmind, OpenShot See full list at https://SubscribeMe.fm/freetools Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite podcas…
 
This is Part 4 of the series: "The Greatest Free and Freemium Tools I Can't - and Won't - Live Without" Headliner, Notepad++, OBS, Pexels & Pixabay, https://PodcastReviews.me, PushBullet, RescueTime, Restream.io, StreamYard See full list at https://SubscribeMe.fm/freetools Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "Sub…
 
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 Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "…
 
I see a lot of new podcasters doing this: They have a website, and they're hosting it with a regular web host like Godaddy or Dreamhost or Hostgator etc. And their current web host is probably promising them unlimited bandwidth and tons of storage space. So they're like: Why can't I just host my podcast audio files on my own web host, and use a plu…
 
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 you…
 
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 b…
 
I recently saw a post on twitter from @Matineegirl, in which she wrote: Read because you want to. Read whatever floats your boat. Read as quickly or as slowly as you do. Read books only with orange covers if you want to. Read 1 book or 500 books a year. There are no rules. Just read. That's so awesome! I loved that tweet. So I re-tweeted that by ad…
 
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. Listen to the show for the rest at https://SubscribeMe.fm Or search for "SubscribeMe.fm" in your favorite po…
 
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 ha…
 
How can I help you? In general, that's a great thing to say to someone in most situations. Like, if you're a company owner or an employee, and you get a call, you can pick up the phone and say, "Hi, How can I help you?" Except... that's probably the worst thing to say on social media to a stranger who has just accepted your friend request. Listen t…
 
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? And to listen to the rest of this show, visit https://SubscribeMe.fm…
 
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…
 
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 premi…
 
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 ar…
 
The saying goes that people judge a book by its cover. That is still true to some extent. But what's even more today in the age of endless stream of content and information and noise, is that your book is no longer being judged by just its cover, it is judged by its table of contents. So if someone were to look past the cover of your life, and look…
 
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…
 
When selecting lighting for your home or office, other than just brightness, there's one other very important thing you need to consider: And that's the "temperature" of the light. Warm white lights are those that have a very warm, orangey or yellowey tinge. Also know as soft white. Cool lights are more bright, more white, and have a cool bluish ti…
 
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 h…
 
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 lea…
 
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 thi…
 
One of the best ways to overcome anxiety or nerves that you may have when recording a live video on Facebook or YouTube or Periscope, is not to not do a live video at all. I don't mean "don't publish live videos". I'm saying "don't do it live". Confused? Listen to the show for the rest. The 2 biggest tools you need to true live video, or "fake-live…
 
Keep the video short. I call this the micro-tip strategy. Create a short 30 second to 1 minute video with a short and sweet tip about your niche. So for eg, in my niche, which is digital marketing, creating membership sites and online courses, a micro tip would be: "Hey, don't use YouTube for hosting your sales and promotional videos, because start…
 
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 a…
 
Ryan has a YouTube channel called Ryan Toysreview , which has 18 million subscribers, and over 26 billion video views, and an article in Forbes, says "earning him $22 million in the 12 months leading up to June 1, 2018". Do you think this little kid started a channel with the intention of making money? Of course not. Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/…
 
Have you watched Better Call Saul, where the main character Jimmy specializes in Elder Law, befriends the residents of a senior citizen home and plays bingo with them, and turns them all into clients? You could say he is being a bit manipulative there, or you could see the other side of it, that Jimmy is actually genuinely interested in the seniors…
 
Building influence, and earning the trust and respect of your audience is easier said, than done. There are so many different things you have to do, for an extended period of time, in order to earn those. I'll name a few things here... Listen to the show for the rest. And to listen to older episodes of this show, visit https://CutToTheChase.fm…
 
Influence is not built simply by sharing cool or interesting or funny stuff online. We see this every single day on every single platform - people sharing really funny videos, heartwarming videos, heartbreaking videos, baby and cat and family videos, and crazy memes and breaking news. So what if you got a lot of likes or comments on that 3rd party …
 
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 Listen to th…
 
The name of my new course is DOPE: Do Once, Publish Everywhere - https://SubscribeMe.fm/dope/ So why is it important to publish your content on multiple platforms? The biggest issue facing every digital marketer and content creator today, is getting their message out in front of the biggest possible targeted audience. So if you don't already have a…
 
Back when I was still living in India, my late father R.N. Jayagopal was the Vice-President of the (Asian) Indian version of ASCAP, called IPRS - Indian Performing Rights Society. I've seen up-close and personally, what a nasty hassle copyright issues can be, for both the creator and the user. Listen to the show for the rest. And to listen to older…
 
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