March 31, 2008
First of All, Thank You to everyone who took the time to fill out the survey. I really appreciate it.
Today I’m going to share a few of the results as they apply to this blog and the content here.
The first question in the survey was:
“Which Subjects Would You Most Like Blog Posts to Cover (you can check multiple subjects)?”
The majority of participants filled out 3 to 4 responses so the percentages don’t add up to 100%.
The 3 most popular choices were:
Advice on Internet Marketing Steps – 77.1%
Videos Demonstrating Marketing Techniques – 55.7%
Actual Test Results of Promotions – 51.4%
The 2 least popular choices were:
Marketing Strategies for Brick and Mortar Businesses – 18.6%
Links to Other Blogs and My Favorite Posts – 28.6%
An interesting stat is more people wanted to see me running specials on products than link to other blogs. I also find it interesting that marketing strategies for brick and mortar businesses was the least popular choice, but in the open ended question of how I could improve the blog several people recommended more articles on brick and mortar business internet promotion.
The fact that “advice on internet marketing” won is no surprise since that’s what this blog is primarily about. Having the videos come up second confirms what I’ve been seeing in tests results of the videos I’ve previously published producing quite a bit of traffic here.
Test results were also popular although they came in third so we will add some more test results…although I do more sharing of hard numbers from tests results in my paid newsletter than I do on this blog.
The second question was:
“How Often Would You Like to See New Posts”
The Current Frequency of 3 Times Per Week – 62.3%
2 Times Per Week – 30.4%
Every Week Day – 4.3%
Multiple Times Per Day – 2.9%
So my current frequency is the big winner. Yet, 30% of my regular readers would like me to actually post less often!
If I add both every weekday and multiple times per day together, that still only adds up to 7.2% of the responses that would like more frequent posts. Something I found very interesting here was the number of people who responded in one of the open ended questions below about how they quit reading the more frequent blogs. Posting more frequently obviously creates more traffic, but does it produce more loyal subscribers is the big question?
The next question was an open ended one:
Would You Recommend This Blog to Others…What Would You Say About It?
Why did I ask this question? I was looking for the potential additions to my marketing that I could use. How did my readers see me? Now I’m going to be considering how to expand on what they’ve all shared with me to create an even more unique blog.
Here are just a few of the responses from that section…
“Should have found this 8 months ago instead of falling into blackhat marketing methods at late hours of the night in my pajamas.”
“Yes, I’d tell them you were my mentor for a long time and one of my favorite marketers.”
“Yes, I definitely would recommend this blog to others. The blog has tons of great information about internet marketing. Personally, the internet marketing coach that I really trust is Terry Dean.”
“Terry has the best information and most honest, straight-forward product line available anywhere. If you want to grow your business, you’re behind the curve unless you are tuned in to Terry.”
“It’s filled to overflowing with priceless gems of proven internet marketing advice, tactics that help you take your online business to the very next level.”
One interesting response was someone who said No they would not because I promoted sleaze bags. The only product promotions I’ve done recently outside my own have been for Mark Hendricks and Jimmy Brown. If anyone sees them as sleaze bags, then they’re definitely not part of my target market. I’ve known Jimmy Brown since he first got started online and he has even listed me as one of his original mentors in several of his products.
I haven’t known Mark for as long, but I’ve met him in person and spoke at his conference. He is real and honest with his customers instead of spitting out all the hype and bull you constantly see in this market. Speaking with all his attendees who have been at his events was a radical change from most internet marketing seminars.
If anyone has been mistreated as a customer by either of these individuals, I would definitely want to know as I plan to continue to promote them.
The final question in the survey was:
“How Could We Improve this Blog to Serve Your Needs Better (is there any subject you’d like us to cover that we haven’t)?”
I received a large number of suggested topics for future posts. Ones that really stood out to me because they kept being repeated or because they’re something I’d like to cover anyway were:
- Email List Building (the most suggested topic in different forms)
- Systematic Steps for Newbies to Get Started and Start Running Their Internet Business
- Goal Setting and Personal Growth Strategies
- More on Market Research
- How Local Businesses Can Leverage the Internet for New Clients
- Copywriting Information Especially About Landing Pages
Am I happy with the results of survey?
Most definitely. Again thank you to everyone who filled out the survey. Your opinions are important to me. I received many possible post ideas, possibilities of how to put a more unique brand to the blog, and confirmation of people’s interest in additional video information.
March 28, 2008
Many people track the success of their blog by how much traffic they generate.
I’m going to let you in on a secret. My traffic stats are not the most important stats I keep track of. Of course I’m tracking traffic around here, but the two numbers I look at first are subscribers and sales. Is the subscriber list growing? Are sales growing?
And here’s one that people forget when they get to their traffic stats…
Are the visitors from each source buying and subscribing?
Are those visitors responsive?
Here’s a great article that came up in my feed reader yesterday…
Patrick Coffey even shares his definition of HITS. Most people refer to HITS as website traffic. He defines HITS as “How Idiots Track Success.”
My results have been very similar to his. Yes, the social media world can produce a lot of visitors…but the conversion rates from them are MUCH lower than the conversion rates of other types of traffic. PPC, newsletters, search engine visitors, other blogs, articles, and even forums produce much more qualified traffic.
Now of course if you’re selling advertising on your blog and you don’t care what kind of response your advertisers receive, I could see why focusing on high traffic would bring in the numbers. The majority of advertisers judge how successful your site is by how much traffic you’re receiving…not whether they’re responsive or not (at least until they start tracking their advertising).
Does this mean I don’t want social media traffic? No of course not. I want their traffic also. By being in these media, you pick up some additional incoming links for the search engines and other bloggers can find you to link to as well.
Please submit my articles when you appreciate them. But what I’m not doing is focusing really heavy attention on these sites. That’s why you see some social media articles around here, but they’re not the primary focus.
Remember to track the two biggies:
Sales are the money I’m putting in the bank today. Subscribers are the money I’m putting in the bank next month.
I suggest you start putting some heavy priorities on these as well. Traffic is important of course, but conversion of that traffic is our goal.
By the way, thank you for everyone who participated in the survey. I’ve now shut down the survey, will examine the results, and will post some results about it next week.
March 26, 2008
I need your help. One of my goals with this blog is to provide the information you need and want to help you improve your business.
To do this, I need your input. What types of posts do you most enjoy reading? What do you want more information on?
How can I make sure my blog is giving you the best information to help you?
I’ve put together a simple four question survey that will only take you a couple of minutes to complete. Sometimes I give special gifts for completing a survey, but in this case I’m not going to as I don’t want you to fill it out because of a bribe I offer.
I want you to fill in the survey because you’re a regular reader of this blog. As a regular reader, you care about the information that’s published here. This is your opportunity to let me know how I can best serve your needs.
March 24, 2008
One of the best steps you can take in creating a successful internet business is setting up a blog. Blogs can be used to promote your product, generate a loyal following, build a list, and more.
Blogging is also a great way to get loads of targeted free traffic by ranking high in the search engines. In addition, it allows you to update your site easily with new content…so you’re never held hostage by a website designer.
Here are the 7 steps to getting a blog started today:
1. Choose a Domain Name and Web Host.
When choosing a domain name, do some keyword research on your market and find out which keywords are most popular. Also, consider naming your domain what it is your are going to write about, ie. www.sellingwidgets.com. I would not recommend naming your blog after yourself, unless of course you’ve made a name for yourself in your niche already (meaning people are already searching for your name).
For domain names, I actually own a reseller account so I purchase domain names from myself at http://www.mylowcostdomains.com (meaning I get commissions off my own purchases).
See how you can setup a similar site selling domain names here…
Reserve your own hosting service that you can install and run your blog on. Sure, if want to start for free you could use a free account through WordPress.com, but I highly recommend getting your own hosting. This way, you will have complete control over your blog. The host I recommend even has a Fantastico easy install system for a WordPress blog.
2. Choose Blogging Software.
People will talk about Blogger.com, WordPress.com, Moveable Type, and other blogging software programs. Don’t be confused by all the options. Use WordPress. You can download it for free at their site…
If you want to try out the software first, just sign up for a free account at WordPress.com (linked to above).
Why WordPress? It’s easy to use…and there are a ton of plug-ins to help you expand just how functional and useful it is.
3. Setup a Theme for your Blog.
WordPress has hundreds of free themes to choose from at http://www.themes.wordpress.net. Since you are setting up your blog to promote our products and build a list, find a simple theme that will appeal to your ideal customer.
You can also do your research and find a premium WordPress theme such as the Revolution one (premium themes mean you have to pay a one time fee for them) or you can hire someone to develop an exclusive theme for you.
Here is another area where WordPress shines. You can easily change the design of your entire blog site by changing your theme. All your content is automatically updated with the new theme (I do recommend making a backup first though).
4. Install Free Plugins.
A plugin is a specific software that ads functionality and special features to your blog.
Some of my favorites are Akismet, Do Follow, and social bookmarking plugins. See the most recent plugins I recommend at this previous post http://www.terrydean.org/new-blog-design-and-plug-ins/
5. Create your First Blog Post.
Your first post should be extremely content rich. Some will even call these first few posts you make your foundational content for you to expand your blog on. Create some content that is so good you could sell, but instead give it away free from your blog.
I’ve found just from my own writing that often lists are some of the best ways to create this kind of strong content. For example, check out these posts:
7 Practical Ways to Earn More By Working Less
How to Get A Copywriting Education for Under $100
20 Ways to Add Value to Your Products and Services
25 Ways to Increase Conversion
18 Possibilities to Build Your Unique Selling Position
6. Setup Email Capture and RSS Feeds.
Capturing your visitors email address should be a top priority of your blog. This will allow you to promote your products via email by using autoresponders and even make special offers to your email list only.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is used to subscribe to the feed of a website. This will allow your readers to be notified and will display your blog posts into their software or feed reader service like Google Reader. You will notice the big square orange icon at the top right of this page. This is the industry standard icon for RSS feeds commonly seen on blogs.
I also use Aweber.com to build my email list. In fact my Aweber broadcast list for this blog is MUCH larger than the RSS subscriber numbers…and I want it that way! Those email list subscribers are worth more per subscriber than the RSS subscribers are. You may have even noticed I use a popover to offer the Aweber list on this blog (it’s currently set to only appear for you once unless you delete your cookies).
7. Promote your Blog.
Get out there and PROMOTE!
Just a few ways you can promote your blog are to submit to blog carnivals, use social bookmarking, post blog comments, participate on forums, submit articles, create press releases, etc. And that’s just getting warmed up.
You can even use PPC advertising although I’d recommend not sending visitors directly to your blog. Send them to a squeeze page where they sign up for your blog broadcast list instead of directly to your blog to maximize the visitor value.
March 21, 2008
Does customer service matter in your business?
It seems this is something we don’t talk that much about. With all the automation in business, has customer service become a dying element?
I can tell you that I remember very well when a company has customer service that “Wows” you.
For example, when I purchased an XPS laptop from Dell, there was a problem…and they did everything in their power to make it right fast. They were obviously using an outside call center for their customer service, but they were empowered to fix the issues. They offered to replace it immediately (sending a new laptop before receiving this one back). They offered extra gifts. They did everything right.
This has stuck in my memory ever since and caused me to buy from Dell even though I hate all the extra software they add onto their computers.
I don’t know if there customer service is always this top notch, but it was in my case…and I remember it very well.
In comparison, I had a poor experience with the Chrysler company. I purchased a Jeep liberty from them about 6 years ago (give or take a year). When I purchased I agreed with the sales person that they would add a CD changer. We wrote it down on the contract and I took possession of the vehicle to bring it back later for the CD changer addition.
The sales manager was a total jerk when I came back and tried to substitute a regular CD player instead. In fact, he became so hostile that he began cursing at me even in front of the other customers there.
I definitely remember this experience with them…and completely ignore everything Chrysler offers. Even though it’s possible he is the only major jerk who works for them, it’s still part of the “buying experience” I remember for them. I think I’d only consider another vehicle from them if every other automobile company quit selling cars.
So from customer experience, customer service definitely seems to matter.
One of the customer service elements that has helped the most in my business is having a customer ticket system. Email support can be unreliable and emails do get lost. Phone support for low cost items isn’t cost efficient (it is effective for higher ticket items though). You can see our ticket system at http://www.mymarketingcoach.com/support and that is the best way to contact us with any problem you may have with a product or service.
Here are a couple of free ticket systems that are very well designed:
Note: As a sidenote, you may find it interesting to know that our business line is actually a Skype.com Incoming phone number so we can have it handled from anywhere in the world.
What is your opinion on this issue?
What companies have given you a “WOW” experience with their customer service?
Have you ever received such a negative experience that you wouldn’t do business with them again (it would be best if you don’t list a company name for this one)?
March 19, 2008
You need to at least put together a simple business plan. I’m not talking about anything fancy where you put together dozens of pages to find investors or get a loan. You just need a simple easy to write plan that keeps you on track and keeps you accountable to your goals. They work.
Here’s a quick step-by-step system to put together a simple plan for your online business.
Step 1: Write Your Business Plan On One Page Only.
If you can’t define your business, your target customers, and your primary goals in one page; you’re simply not focused enough. I’ve used “The One Page Business Plan” book by Jim Horan multiple times with my coaching clients to help them put together their plan and schedule (which I then keep them accountable to). I don’t know if you can really call this a book though as it is more of a series of worksheets to help you put together your plan.
Step 2: Create Your Vision Statement.
Your vision statement should be very specific about what kind of business you’re building. Remember this is your vision of your company. It needs to be created so you can share it with your team members…and communicate it to any partners you work with.
Ask these questions:
What kind of business am I building?
Who is my perfect client (you’re not trying to sell to everybody, are you)?
Where are my customers already buying from?
What is my target income in the next 1 year and next 90 days?
Who is my competition?
Step 3: Define Your Mission.
Describe why you’re building your business. A short description of one sentence works best.
Also go a step further and ask yourself why your customers will buy your products and services? What problems do your products solve? What makes your company unique in the market?
An example of a mission statement could be:
“Earn More, Work Less, and Enjoy Life!”
Step 4: Write Down Your Goals And Objectives.
A good idea is to write down your goals with numbers so you can make a simple graph later on to see if you’re making progress or not. For example, You could have goals such as:
- Make a net profit of $100,000 this year
- Raise the number of active clients from 67 to 101 within 30 days
- Sell 20 each of my products a month starting in April.
Next year you can compare your results with the previous year with a simple graph and see if you’re progressing or not…
Step 5: Write Down The Strategy For Your Business.
What strategic steps are you going to take to reach your goals?
Are you going to focus on PPC?
Are you going to go after affiliates and joint venture partners?
Maybe free content such as blogs and articles will be your primary marketing technique?
What about new products? How often and how will they each be produced in your business?
There are many strategies for growing your business, but you simply don’t have time to focus on them all. And it’s possible some of the strategies that work for one company aren’t write for what you’re offering. As mentioned recently in the 7 Make Money Online Myths, there are many ways to build an internet business. You CAN’T focus on all of them at once. That’s a recipe for indecision and inaction.
Create your strategies and follow them.
Step 6: Create An Action Plan.
Write down the specific actions you need to take daily, weekly and monthly to achieve your strategies and goals listed above.
Each action plan will relate to a goal or strategy you’ve already written down.
We’re keeping this to one page so you can’t create a mile long to-do list. You will only have room to write the most important actions you have to take to get yourself to success. Focus on the priorities!
These six simple steps should help you to create a simple, but effective plan to steer your business to more success this year. As already mentioned I’d recommend you pick up “The One Page Business Plan” by Jim Horan to put together your simple plan (it even comes with a CD of the worksheets and scorecards to keep you on track). That is simply a link to Amazon’s page for the book, not an affiliate link.
March 17, 2008
Have you started an information business yet?
If not, why not? There are quite a few ways to make money online, but this is my favorite business. Work once…and get paid on it forever.
Today here’s a simple video on the 7 reasons why you should start your own information business. I was just coming off the flu so my voice sounds a little different, but I’m OK.
March 14, 2008
Sadly, many people fall into the “make money online now” trap. They buy some product or service that promises great wealth…or they participate in one product launch after another racking up thousands of dollars in debt.
Think I’m kidding? Definitely Not. I’ve had coaching clients who’ve spent as much as $30,000 on internet marketing products before they came to me. Thirty thousand dollars and they hadn’t made a dime online yet!
Most people who’ve wasted this much money don’t ever turn the corner and get a good mentor. Instead, they get frustrated, throw their hands up in the air and give up.
It doesn’t have to be this way… there are many ways to make your Internet business a success. You have to know what to look out for while leaning proven methods.
Today I’m going to cover 7 make money online now myths to help you get started the right way.
Myth #1:You can start making 6 or even 7 figures overnight.
This myth is pushed by some of the more unscrupulous people out there, but it’s a lie. These people are preying on a sense of hope, or desperation.
It is possible to make 6 figure and million dollar incomes online, but it takes time, a good plan and work (oh my I said that evil 4 letter word). It isn’t going to happen overnight.
When it looks like someone achieved overnight success, you’re just not seeing all the preparation and time that went before their success.
Myth #2: This is the only way to make money online.
This is often the pitch when someone is trying to sell you their high ticket product launch. They have the only real system that works. All the other methods of making money online are frauds.
The truth is that there are quite a few ways to make money online.
My favorite method is selling information products.
If you’re just looking for work, you could train and become a virtual assistant.
eBay has worked for hundreds of thousands of people.
Some people build large audiences and just sell advertising.
You can have products dropshipped or even private labeled for you.
You can promote other people’s products as an affiliate.
I could continue on and on with methods to make money online. The problem is if you try to do all of them at once…or if you jump from one to another. I’ve seen people do that too often. They didn’t do it correctly and then they walk away crying, “_______ doesn’t work for me.”
Myth #3: This $19.95 product reveals everything you need to know.
This is a pretty popular pitch. Just pay $7, or $10, or $19.95 and I’ll teach you everything you need to know to succeed online.
Let’s face facts. There isn’t currently one single product at any price that reveals EVERYTHING about an internet business. It would be such a huge encyclopedia and include so many videos that you would have to spend the next couple of years studying it to get any value out of it.
I learn new things every week (that’s what testing does for you). So by the time that EVERYTHING product is finished, it’s already outdated.
To succeed in this business means becoming a continual student, but it doesn’t mean you have to buy everything that comes down the pike. With my coaching clients, I’m constantly telling them NOT to buy specific new products they ask me about UNLESS they’re about a subject they’re currently working on. I always have a stack of books on my shelf that will be read, but I’m also often putting the stops on any new information purchases until I get through the ones I have.
Here’s the rule. Any and all information products must result in at least one new action in my business. That’s what I’m looking for in them….some new profit boosting change or action.
Myth #4: All I have to do is set up a website/blog & traffic will stampede to my site.
Believe it or not, just because someone builds a website does not mean that traffic will magically arrive at this new masterpiece. You need to apply the correct strategies, tactics and methods to get traffic.
“Build It and They will Come” was a great theme for a movie, but it’s not how things work in real life. You’re going to have to set to work doing the marketing. You either going to spend time or money. Both methods can generate traffic, but something is being spent for that traffic.
Products are easy. Marketing day after day is where the work of the business is.
Myth #5: It’s all a scam, nobody’s making money online.
This myth is usually repeated by people who have tried one or several make money online systems and failed. They may have purchased system that was simply too difficult for them apply or that left out some of the essential steps. Or more often, they bought a program and never did anything with the information.
Many across the Internet are proof positive that this myth simply isn’t true. I worked for Little Caesar’s 12 years ago. Don’t get me started on working door-to-door selling satellite dishes or delivering newspapers. Once I discovered the Internet, I haven’t had a job since.
There are hundreds of thousands of others who have turned the Internet into a successful business.
Look at the two variations of this myth.
It’s stupid easy (myth #1).
Guess what? The truth is in the middle. It can be done. You can do it. But it’s going to take time to learn effective systems and DO them.
Myth #6: All I need is to create is one homerun product.
You strain. You struggle. You work your butt off trying to create the perfect product that will take the world by storm. You’re betting the farm on one shot. That’s very risky and is also often an excuse for not really getting started. And no product is ever perfect.
And all the time you’re spending in developing this masterpiece, you would have been better off creating a dozen “smaller” projects.
Let’s look at it this way. Let’s say you want to net $10,000 a month…not a bad income goal. This could come from one product. If a competitor comes out with a better version, now you’re screwed. What if that $10,000 came from 10 different products, your income is much more solid. It’s much reliable and unshakable.
Guess which method is actually easier to make $10,000 with. It’s the multiple product method. You put multiple products out there with good marketing. Some might be losers meaning they only earn some money, but aren’t worth putting heavy marketing into. Others do pretty good. And then others are big winners for you where you put the bulk of your marketing.
But ALL of them are making you money…just at different levels.
Myth #7: You have to work a lot of hours to build an internet business.
You have to work, yes. You don’t have to work a lot of hours. It’s quality, not quantity that counts.
3 focused hours on your business is worth a whole lot more than wasting 10 hours every day browsing the web and waiting anxiously by your email box for that next email to come in.
And remember you can also hire out and outsource the work. Anyone who tells you it doesn’t take any work to build an internet business is lying. And anyone who tells you that you have to give up your life to build a business needs to learn more about about focused effort and leverage.
I almost burst out laughing recently when I told someone I mostly work 4 day weeks (as I love 3 day weekends). They told me that’s OK as long as you’re doing 10 and 12 hour days. You’ve got to be kidding! I’m sure I’ve done a 12 hour day sometime when I was engrossed in finishing up a project, but that would never be the norm. That’s too much work and I’d be totally useless the next day.
Test this sometime. Give yourself 3 hours today to work on a product. No email. No web. No reading. Turn off your Internet connection if you have to. You work on your product. Take a couple of short 5 minute breaks in there. You will be surprised on how much you accomplish if you REQUIRE yourself to be working during the period.
If it’s writing, you’re not allowed to stop writing during your working period (only on the breaks). You keep working…not editing…not trying to be perfect…just doing. Watch how much you can accomplish when you’re not trying to waste your brainpower by multitasking.
March 12, 2008
You’ve heard me talk about Mark Hendricks before. He’s one of the good guys in internet marketing who has helped thousand of people reach success online for years.
He’s released a special deal on his complete Internet Success System audio series.
This is the series I first raved about back in August. He has his conference attendees go through this material before they attend the conference, and it means his conferences start on a higher level than all the other conferences I’ve attended in this field.
This twelve part course covers…
- Programming Yourself For Success and Discovering Your Best Market(s)
- What are your market’s problems, fears, doubts, hopes and desires? And what does your market really want to buy?
- Who are your competitors? (know your niche, find your USA, possible JV partners and back-end sales)
- Creating your sales documents (salesletters, AR messages, etc.)
- Creating or finding your product(s) to sell
- Setting up your website infrastructure (webhosting, auto-responders, credit card processing, etc.)
- Building your webpage or website for sales success
- Driving traffic to your site, list-building, and followup
- Testing, Testing, Testing to convert traffic to sales
- Finding and setting up Joint Ventures
- Setting up your own Affiliate program
- Back-end offers to your list to leverage your profits
What’s the special? Well, normally the way you access this information is through joining his Inner Circle or attending one of his conferences.
Right now you can get the 12 part series for $47…no other commitments required.
He has an upsell on the order form for a $97 offer where you also get lifetime access to his monthly Mastermind teleconferences and recorded archives of these calls. I’d highly recommend that as well as I’ve listened through several of the recorded calls. They’re top notch. No doubt about it.
How long will he have it at this price? I don’t know. All I know is he told me he is offering it at this price right now.
Jack Humphrey of the The Friday Traffic Report says…
“Mark is an institution in the internet marketing and online business training world. I’ve known the man for years and he is on my short list of genuinely helpful, bend-over-backwards experts who delights as much as I do in showing people how to make something really big happen for themselves online.
That’s a big distinction between the flavor-of-the-day marketers and the guys like Mark who have a track record of longevity and results in this business. Mark’s ISS training program attracts equally genuine people who want to learn from the best and use proven tactics and training to move up in their “niche food chain” as fast as possible.
There are precious few training programs online for marketers that provide far more value than they cost. Mark’s ISS training is one of those programs. If you want results and solid training that doesn’t fly over your head with “geek speak,” ISS is for you.”
David Bullock says…
“Mark you have the best kept secret on the internet.
Little did I know that you have been quietly teaching step-by-step basics of business *and* internet marketing. Your seminar and delivery method is very complete, understandable and most importantly not at all overwhelming.
The ISS is pure foundational results backed instruction delivered at an actionable pace.”
March 10, 2008
Jimmy Brown did it again. He recently released another free ebook that’s jam packed with 30 tips for ebook authors (you could also use these tips when creating other types of information products such as CDs, DVDs, and membership sites).
In this free ebook, Jimmy gives you:
- 5 Topics to Write About.
- 7 Ways to Do Your Research.
- 7 Ways to Organize Your Information.
- 4 Tips for Staying Motivated.
- 7 Methods for Overcoming Writer’s Block
To download your copy, simply right click on this link and choose “save target as”…
Read my previous post about Jimmy Brown to see my full endorsement of him and 3 additional free ebooks…