Bonus for You

 

Facebook Timeline Covers

Build Your Brand Using This High Quality and Stunning Design Facebook Timeline Cover!

Just if you didn’t know, Facebook Timeline is the latest feature that was introduced in the recent Facebook Conference, F8.

It’s generally a complete overhaul of the profile page with the new ability to view your status updates in a list sorted by time, hence the name.

Inside this package is a set “Timeline Covers V9 which comes with 15 Timeline covers in JPG format (use program such as “Paint” to insert text). Screenshots included.


 

The money is in the list, right?

Well, that’s not exactly true – it’s not the whole truth anyway.

The biggest obstacle you face when you publish an ezine is the fact that people have gotten used to getting junk (from your competitors) disguised as helpful information.

Many publishers write about every new trend (and the underlying product) because their writing from a mentality of “I gotta get paid” and when you do that, you completely forget about the people you’re writing to and start to concentrate on you and what you want.

That’s a surefire recipe for disaster…

Whenever you write anything for your subscribers, don’t write with the sole intention of getting a check. Getting checks is nice but your business lives or dies based on how many people believe you genuinely want to help them achieve their goals.
Show your readers that you value them enough to part with real, quality information and that you see them as more than just a dollar sign. Otherwise, you’re going to be lumped into a group with all the rest of your competitors with a big sign on your forehead marked “Will Do Anything for Commissions”.

Responsive readers come from a conscious effort to build a solid relationship with them. People connect with other people.

Not mindless robots that only want commission checks.
Read more at http://www.idplr.com/view-details/36-ebooks/how-to-build-a-list-of-hyper-responsive-buyers.html#Xl8CjL8vjS2jKty4.99

The money is in the list, right?

Well, that’s not exactly true – it’s not the whole truth anyway.

The biggest obstacle you face when you publish an ezine is the fact that people have gotten used to getting junk (from your competitors) disguised as helpful information.

Many publishers write about every new trend (and the underlying product) because their writing from a mentality of “I gotta get paid” and when you do that, you completely forget about the people you’re writing to and start to concentrate on you and what you want.

That’s a surefire recipe for disaster…

Whenever you write anything for your subscribers, don’t write with the sole intention of getting a check. Getting checks is nice but your business lives or dies based on how many people believe you genuinely want to help them achieve their goals.
Show your readers that you value them enough to part with real, quality information and that you see them as more than just a dollar sign. Otherwise, you’re going to be lumped into a group with all the rest of your competitors with a big sign on your forehead marked “Will Do Anything for Commissions”.

Responsive readers come from a conscious effort to build a solid relationship with them. People connect with other people.

Not mindless robots that only want commission checks.
Read more at http://www.idplr.com/view-details/36-ebooks/how-to-build-a-list-of-hyper-responsive-buyers.html#Xl8CjL8vjS2jKty4.99

How To Build A List Of Hyper-Responsive Buyers

The money is in the list, right?

Well, that’s not exactly true – it’s not the whole truth anyway.

The biggest obstacle you face when you publish an ezine is the fact that people have gotten used to getting junk (from your competitors) disguised as helpful information.

Many publishers write about every new trend (and the underlying product) because their writing from a mentality of “I gotta get paid” and when you do that, you completely forget about the people you’re writing to and start to concentrate on you and what you want.

That’s a surefire recipe for disaster…

Whenever you write anything for your subscribers, don’t write with the sole intention of getting a check. Getting checks is nice but your business lives or dies based on how many people believe you genuinely want to help them achieve their goals.
Show your readers that you value them enough to part with real, quality information and that you see them as more than just a dollar sign. Otherwise, you’re going to be lumped into a group with all the rest of your competitors with a big sign on your forehead marked “Will Do Anything for Commissions”.

Responsive readers come from a conscious effort to build a solid relationship with them. People connect with other people.

Not mindless robots that only want commission checks.