John Reese – Creating Internet Wealth 2.0
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John Reese’s CREATING INTERNET WEALTH 2.0.
*John Reese’s background…his tribulations
*The fundamentals are what make you wealthy.
*The Pulitzer Prize in Procrastination
REESE RULE #1: Always go above and beyond what is asked of you.
*hire specialists from specific forums.
When he was younger, he successfully marketed toy dinosaurs.
REESE RULE #2: If you don”t take risks, you won”t reap the greatest rewards.
REESE RULE #3: Being late to the game does not automatically disqualify you.
*On the same day, he applied for many credit cards.
REESE RULE #4: Never rely on the data of others.
*John Reese owed $107,642.32 before the age of 23.
REESE RULE # 5: Every outcome is a benefit.
*Inquire as to why it did not function.
*Entrepreneurs always buy hope – they purchase courses without taking action.
REESE RULE # 6: The more you do, the more money you make.
*He had to get a job.
*visualization…circling Porsches he wants to acquire
*reads the journal ENTREPRENEUR
REESE RULE # 7: Never believe someone who says, “It can’t be done.”
*Persuade yourself that you will be enormously wealthy. There will be no difference if you die before that happens.
*”The fear of death is greater than the death itself.”
REESE RULE # 8: Facing reality is the only way to alter it.
REESE RULE # 9: If you want to succeed on the Internet, you must arrange your marketing to mirror the Internet’s nature.
*The Internet is always changing.
REESE RULE #10: Devote at least 80% of your time and resources to your main website.
REESE RULE # 11: The more compelling your material, the greater your exposure.
*On the Internet, great content makes you wealthy.
*It takes John 6 hours to draft his emails and fine-tune them.
*If it’s good, they’ll read on. If it’s bad, they’ll stop.
REESE RULE # 12: The rich become wealthier on the Internet – high exposure sites attract more attention, partners, links, and content syndication.
REESE RULE # 13: Pay attention. React and improve.
*The gold is in the openly available data.
RULE 14: Sell what is already selling.
*Almost every Internet business concept has been attempted.
REESE RULE # 15: Begin marketing in the manner in which “it” is already being effectively promoted.
*Purchase from rivals and study their company approach.
REESE RULE # 16: Do not clone another person’s business. Enhance it.
*Make a physical product version of an ebook if it is selling well.
REESE RULE # 17: Every marketplace has two sides… Play them both for the best results.
You work as a VISITOR BROKER!
*You might as well get compensated when visitors to your site make a purchase from one of your competitors.
*Make money from traffic.
REESE RULE # 18: Constantly watch market activity to determine where the money and traffic are moving.
REESE RULE # 19: Create a business, not a moneymaking machine.
REESE RULE # 20: Leverage other people’s networks and data to achieve tremendous achievements.
REESE RULE # 21: Before making something, test the market.
REESE RULE # 22: Stop making decisions…
Monday should be spent making decisions for the remainder of the week…
Then simply execute.
REESE RULE # 23: Early gains must be sacrificed to accelerate expansion.
REESE RULE # 24: Start with the cheapest price.
REESE RULE # 25: You cannot sell to someone if your marketing message is not visible to them.
REESE RULE # 26: The key to enormous earnings is gradual progress.
REESE RULE # 27: To better your marketing, you must regularly experience what your prospects are experiencing.
REESE RULE # 28: Ask your prospects to assist you in improving each point of answer.
RULE # 29: Pay attention to your data…
The treasure map is your data.
THE REESE FORMULA***
G P(x) SEO C(x) CS EM ME VV TM VS B (x)
= SUCCESS IN INTERNET MARKETING
Lead generation = G
P(x):= [high-quality] collaborators
SEO stands for search engine optimization.
C(x) = [high-quality] content
CS stands for content syndication.
Email marketing (EM)
ME = marketing expert
VV stands for visitor value.
Traffic monetization = TM
VS stands for viral systems.
B(x):= [QUALITY] Label
REESE RULE # 30: Your business should be worth more than it was the day before, or you’re doing something wrong.