Quick Start Challenge–Week Three

Just finished up with the Week Three Training for the Quick Start Challenge.  And I am afraid at this point many people are going to drop off.   The home work load might seem overwhelming.  But that doesn’t need to be the case.  If they  go to the right places it will be easy.  And I will share with you here where to go.

1.  First we need to get an auto responder and two suggestions were offered:  Aweber and Get Response.  I have used both but prefer Get Respponse because they offer live support (at no extra cost)  where someone will talk you through completely how to use it and  set up a mail sequence.  I have used this support many times.  They are very  patient and great at answering all the crazy a newbie might have questions. They even offer a FREE class on how to use their autoresponder to grow your list to 10,000 in 90days.

Just Click Here to Go To Get Response.

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2. Next we need to put together a free report that can be used as a FREE gift to give away in exchange for someone’s email address.  You can either write this yourself of get something already written.  I wrote my own and you I will give it to you FREE just click here.

But getting something already written is easiest and that can be obtained from a Private Label Rights Company.    These are companies that have obtained the rights to this type of information and will sell it for just a few dollars.  You then can put your name on the PLR piece, make a few slght changes and sell it as if it was yours.

There are a lot of companies out there that sell PLR products.  Some are better than others. My favorte site is: Resell Rights Weekly.  Their products seem to be of a much higher quality that other sites I have seen.

Just click anywhere on this link and you will be taken there where you will get FREE instant access to hundreds of dollars worth of private label rights products.

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3.  Add an optin bar to your website.  Here is another reason I like Get Response.  This can be a little tricky if it your first time doing this. Get Response has already premade optin boxes for websites you can use, and again they will talk you through how to put them on your site and how to make them work.  With Get Response it is easy peasy.

That’s it for week three.  Looking forward to week four.

Comments

  1. Good thing also about both services is that they offer the first month for free, which is great when just starting and figuring it all out. And Getresponse is indeed cheaper than Aweber after that first free month onwards, too (I agree with you, Getresponse support is awesome). That said, you’ve already completed the Week 3 – congrats! :)
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    • Yes I have been VERY happy with Get Response. Their live support is amazing. Thanks for stopping by and viewing my website.

  2. Cool Mark. Nice simple and informative post. Congrats on getting the week-3 ‘homework’ done. I only just finished watching the replay and about to look at some PLR content to get ideas for my give-away item and for a 7-day sequence…
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    • Hi Duane, Thanks for stopping by. I really LOVE the people at GET RESPONSE. They have been so helpful. I have called them a lot and every time they have been very patient and took all the time I needed to help answer my questions. Having help when doing this kind of thing is so important. I plan on taking the traffic generating class they offer there soon. It’s free why not!

  3. Hello, Mark
    Congratulations on completing Week 3. You are amazingly super-fast.

    I was away from home and have only today listened to Dean’s webinar. Getting started now. I was a bit apprehensive since I’m a newbie and need lots of time to do a tiny task. I love your post here which gives links to get this challenge done quickly. Keep up the good work. I intend to visit you often.

  4. Hello Mark, spotted your comment in the FB group and thought I would pop over.

    As an Aweber user it’s interesting to see the passion so many people have for GetResponse. I have considered switching before during a trial period I had with them but due to cost decided to stick with Aweber.

    I think now is a good time to take another look before I really get my online adventure going.

    igor
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    • Thanks for the visit Igor. I have heard Aweber has had issues also with deliverability of emails–yikes! We don’t want that, so I didn’t go in that direction. Decided to go with Get Response and it has worked out so well and the support is the BEST!

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