Prices Increase When Timer Runs Out. As of this writing, I have 18 minutes to opt-in before prices rise.
Okay, my time ran out…The prices did increase from $47 to $77 for the All-Access Pass and $97 to $127 for the Power Pack.
A reminder: I’m not affiliated with the Summit. Just passing along info and opportunities.
**A thought: I know some folks who use their screen recording software to record the sessions for later viewing. Again, just a thought.
Some of the bonuses offered IF you upgrade to the Power Pack:
DAY RATE QUICKSTART BUNDLE
JUST PRESELL IT
LAUNCH SECRETS ROADMAP
WEBSITES THAT MAKE MONEY WORKSHOP
THE 5 KEY ELEMENTS OF AN OUTSTANDING ONLINE COURSE THAT’S GUARANTEED TO SELL
So, if you have a little loose cash and some time on your hands, it would seem you could easily earn back the price of admission with a few of the sessions and bonuses tailored to your needs. OR, like me, just show up and watch, take notes…
**Another thought…would be interesting to set up a Zoom session with some others and ‘attend together’ on another screen.
In the interview, Jon Corres explains his ‘follow-the-YouTube algorithm/ad-monetized’ video approach.
Production cost: Approximately $100 per video.
Once established, one of his channels will make an average of $300-$400 per day.
To quote from Nick’s weekly email (Oct. 8):
As we got to talking, I realized this strategy is pretty similar to blogging and SEO.
You see what’s already performing well, and try and make something a little better.
The real wildcard when it comes to video over text, though, is the YouTube algorithm, which can push something to millions of views seemingly overnight.
(As the word cloud above tells us, one of Jon’s videos this year has 8 million views and earned $18k in 9 months. Topic: JoJo Siwa)
A few suggestions from Jon:
Look for videos where there are more viewers than subscribers. [Baseline is 300,000 views.]
2. Keyword placement ‘shoulds’:
In the title of the video
Within the first line of the description for the video
In the tags
3. When making Top Ten videos, make list items #10, #9, and #8 (i.e. the first items viewers see) captivating enough to keep viewers’ attention—–then heighten the interest level of items #2 and #1 so viewers aren’t disappointed.
If you haven’t tried podcasting for any number of reasons [time constraints, ‘my voice sounds geeky’, ‘I don’t have enough to say’, paralyzing fear of failure and embarrassment…okay, okay, not exactly talking it up, am I?], give this a try tomorrow.
Yes, there will most likely be a pitch to join a paid program, but Pat Flynn always shares plenty during his free sessions.
From his weekly The Smart Digest (Oct. 2): “Learn how to create a podcast that gets found and helps grow your business! In this free webinar on October 6 at 11:00 Pacific, Pat will share strategies he has used on his award-winning podcasts, the Smart Passive Income Podcast and the AskPat Podcast, as well as methods used by his hundreds of podcasting students. You’ll get advice on:
Reminder: Just passing along resources that might be helpful for you or any of your acquaintances/family, etc. No profit or perks are forthcoming from the subjects of these posts. Forge ahead, side hustlers!
Check out his Gumroad store, as well. His book selection has changed since I first visited, but his reasonably priced content is worth a look, including the possibility of a freebie or two.
Reminder: No one is giving me perks or $$ to promote. The sites look interesting and potentially valuable for folks looking to make some extra money. Even if the topics look overly familiar, the ideas and strategies behind them might be unique and more to your liking than others you’ve tried.