“Do you need MORE clients for your business? Would you like to get paid MORE for your products? How about a strong web presence, an Alexa score in the Top 1%? Or simply becoming a super affiliate for ALL the programs you choose to join?”
Here’s Seven Case Studies On How Profitable Strategies Attract High-Quality Traffic To Any Kind Of Web Sites, And Actually Over-Sell Products Or Services On The Internet!
“Stop Spinning Your Wheels – The Success You’ve Worked So Hard To Achieve Can Now Be Yours.”
Featured Study: Infopreneurs/Information-Publishing
From Israel, Elad Shippony’s story is a life-liberating inspiration. You’ll see how the fundamental infopreneurial approach of SBI! validates Walt Disney’s famous quote… All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.
Elad is an excellent example of an infopreneur, creating fun and entertaining content to drive traffic from the search engines, and then monetizing that traffic without selling a product or service. If you are time-pressured, low-maintenance monetization models like Google’s AdSense ads, affiliate programs, finder’s fees and others can build to thousands of dollars per month.
Of course, when you are ready to sell a product or service, it’s a simple matter, since you have a site that already delivers thousands of targeted visitors per day. Elad’s story explains this approach well.
SBI! Case Study #1: E-goods Creators/Sellers
Rob Oskins, from Nebraska, U.S.A., has built a tremendous infopreneurial site called “Best Kid Games Online.” In a relatively short time, he has developed a strong web presence, an Alexa score in the Top 1%. He’s also an excellent example of an infopreneur who’s moving forward to the next logical monetization step… creating and selling your own products.
In Rob’s case, he’ll be selling his own e-book soon. As Rob continues to grow, he’ll find a greater and great percentage of his net income generated by his own goods and/or services. An excellent example of a highly profitable e-good business is Marney Makridakis, who own an original, creative and popular site with a huge following. Marney sells over 250 items through her simple PayPal shopping cart, including some audio-based e-goods!
SBI! Case Study #2: Hard Goods Creators/Sellers
From the U.S.A., Jim Nelson’s story shows how he uses SBI! to sell hard goods so effectively. Jim started by selling hand-made juggling balls (knitted at home by his 90 year-old mother!). Now he sources products internationally, selling to customers in every state and on every continent. And he has started a second site, also a success. Must-read material, especially if you are considering selling hard goods.
SBI! Case Study #3: Online Businesses/E-commerce Sites
Here’s a smart, sharp mid-sized company. They’ve gone from “zero” to “hero” on the Net, narrowing the gap on major competitors like Bose and JVC. Of course, it helps that they have a great product, superb support and actually manufacture their own products, selling direct from warehouse. They already had a sharp, effective sales site.
They had based its development on Make Your Site SELL! But traffic-building being the hardest part, it was kind of left to the end… with the usual results. Great products. Great e-commerce site. But… on the Internet, neither man nor woman beats a path to the door of a company with the best product. Â Â
SBI! Case Study #4: Web Professionals
When major gurus to the Webmasters like Paul Colligan (author of Special Edition Using Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003) start singing the praises of SBI!, you know you’re on to something great! And when more and more Webmasters start using SBI! for their clients, that’s the proof in the pudding. Webmasters are discovering that SBIis the ticket for increasing their bottom lines by increasing their clients’ bottom lines, too.
SBI! Case Study #5: Network Marketers/Multi-Level Marketers
From Canada, Judd Burdon went from “dead-end asphalt man to cutting edge digital man” in less than a year. His is a fascinating story, one that may revolutionize Network Marketing…
How To REALLY Do Network Marketing Online — it’s so very obvious, yet almost everyone is doing it wrong and failing. And the irony here is that the Network Marketing experiment was forgotten… until Judd remembered to check it one day!
SBI! Case Study #6: Affiliates
From Australia, Allan Gardyne, the Internet’s #1 affiliate authority, challenged an employee, a “Net marketing novice,” to use SBI! to build an affiliate site. That first success led to “well, can he do it again?” second experiment. Yes, anyone can do this, and they can do it more than once. Rupert did it the first time, his story baring it all…
The fears. The insecurities. The important things he did that led to his success. And then he did it again. With confidence this time. His second site became an even bigger success than the first! Written by Rupert, with comments by his employer, Allan Gardyne fame (the leading affiliate expert on the planet), this is an absolute must-read, even if you are not interested in becoming an affiliate.
Why? Because it’s a powerful demonstration of exactly how Rupert did it, and why the infopreneurial C T P M (Content>>Traffic>>PREsell>>Monetize) process works so well!
It’s so logical, so efficient, and the tools make it so do-able. But you still have to do it. While SBI made this possible, we built this business. So if you are looking for a get-rich-quick, Dr. Evoy would be the first to tell you to chase after these false dreams elsewhere. If you want to own a business that makes it fun to wake up each morning, I can’t say enough how much SBI has impacted our lives.” – Fiona McCardle/Jim Andrew, Rent a Villa in Tuscany
I took my time with the brainstorming, eliminating several ideas. After working through the Action Guide, with several ideas, the idea of a juggling site became obvious. My favorite hobby, juggling, was a niche that I knew! And the e-com ideas kept coming, the e-books and other e-commerce ideas. I now sell so many different juggling products, and even have my two e-books ready to go soon.” – Jim Nelson, JuggleNow.com