i’ve been meaning to write for several days, but my problem is that i spend WAY too much time developing products and not enough time promoting them.
it’s something i’ve been thinking about.
people i know in this market spend most of their time on marketing and very little on product development. their products are junk.
and i understand why you’re sceptical of anyone who claims their course is going to change your world, make you a wizard, and bring you a financial fortune.
but i don’t make such claims.
not because the Super Traffic Machine is an inferior course–it’s fantastic!
i think you’ll find it to be a thorough, step-by-step training for anyone looking to build a money-making business online.
for anyone who’s confused by all the conflicting information.
for anyone who doesn’t know where to begin and what to do next.
those are the sort of claims i am prepared to make. and i can stand behind them, because they’re factual and verifiable.
in fact, it took a team of writers, editors, and researchers more than a year of work to develop the Super Traffic Machine. and something we went to great lengths to ensure is to have a standard sequence of steps followed by ALL students to get a a certain outcome, with few choices to make, and little room for error.
it’s really hard to teach a group of people how to do something correctly. your instructions have to apply to EVERYONE you’re teaching.
this is nearly impossible when everyone is working on something different.
but we pull it off.
by establishing standards early and building on them.
for instance, there are specific pages every website needs to have as a minimum. how you should create those pages and what you should write on them so buyers want to give you their money…all of it is detailed in step by step instructions in the Super Traffic Machine’s manuals.
these pages are established as a standard. you can have other pages–but these are the most important ones. every website should have them.
they are a standard. and i establish it in advance.
now i can always assume every student who has completed up to the 2nd manual has at least got these pages in place, up to the 5th manual has these other pages, and so on.
when i need to give instructions that require a link to a page you created in a previous step, eg, your “Pre-Sales Page”, i simply tell you to grab it, with full confidence you have such a page.
if you don’t have it, you didn’t follow the standard.
similarly, while coding a plugin for our students to speed up their websites, i built it with NO interface. it works automatically without setup or intervention.
how is that even possible?
because i assume that every student who has gone through the Business Command Centre has the exact same directory structure, the exact same minimum setup.
that is a standard i established earlier.
if you ignore the standard and do your own thing, tough.
but if you stick to it, everything is easy and it works exactly as expected.
i guess taking responsibility for my students’ learning is why i spend so much time on product development…and it’s also why i spend so little time on tooting my own horn.
if you’re serious about learning to build a money-making business online WHILE building a money-making business online, then consider the Super Traffic Machine.
you can find out more by reading the page i’ve linked below…
as you guessed, one of this month’s extras is a plugin that makes your website blazing fast–30x faster than before. i’ll tell you about the rest later.