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Red Sox Collapse David OrtizOn Wednesday night, the Boston Red Sox made baseball history with a complete collapse in a single month.

At the start of September they had a nine game lead over the Tampa Rays for the final playoff spot.  And on the last night of regular series they lost their final game; thereby eliminating themselves from the playoffs.

Sidebar: Okay I know some people don’t watch baseball (or have it their country.)  So here’s an article that described what happened.  Sorry to my overseas friends.  I couldn’t think of a football, cricket, or rugby analogy 🙂

The “Red Sox Collapse” will become legendary because they’re a really good team.  They have excellent hitting.  A great closer.  And an okay starting rotation.

In other words, there should be no reason why they missed the playoffs with one month to go.

But it happened.

What’s my point?

With an Internet business you could experience the same thing.  One day you’re making a solid income with a loyal group of followers.  And then suddenly you get hit with a disaster – Something that destroys part (or all) of your livelihood. [click to continue…]

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What’s the secret to earning a full-time affiliate income with email marketing?

It starts with the perfect email autoresponder sequence.

With an autoresponder, you get to contact subscribers multiple times about an affiliate offer.   The best part is it’s a “set it and forget it” solution.  All you have to is to create a sequence one time and it’ll make money for years to come. [click to continue…]

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Outsourcing.

We all know it’s important for growing an Internet business.  With a virtual assistant you can streamline a business and get a lot of things of done.  One of the reasons I was able to live out of a backpack for seven months was because I relied on a team of workers to run my business. [click to continue…]

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Today I’d like give you a behind the scenes look at some of the services that I use to run my online business.

I got the idea for this post the other day when I was thinking about how I’m able to travel for the next six months and still manage three separate webs businesses.  To be honest, I couldn’t do this without the help of 3 very quality individuals. [click to continue…]

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It’s funny we’re often defined by our profession. Every time I meet someone new, as soon as they find out that I’m self-employed and I run an online marketing business, I get one of two reactions: pity or envy.

Some folks believe that self-employed is actually a synonym for broke-and-lazy, but other people – mainly those who are also trying to get out of the whole 9-to-5 scene also and take matters into their own hands — are actually pretty impressed. [click to continue…]

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On Tuesday, I described five lead magnet lessons that I’ve learned from developing my first report for this site, “Life Plan Mastery.” In this blog post, I described the importance of creating something that gives real genuine value to the reader.

Today, I want to give five more tips you can use for developing your own lead magnet. We have a lot to cover, so let’s get started… [click to continue…]

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5 Tips For Creating and Developing a Lead Magnet

April 20, 2010

So what is a lead magnet? Well, a lead magnet is any free offer that you use to persuade a person to subscribe to your email newsletter. It can be anything from a quick tip list to a full multi-media course.

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How to Systemize Your Life and Produce Results

April 14, 2010

It doesn’t matter if you eat Big Macs or not- the point I’m trying to illustrate here is that systematizing your life or your business is a great way to improve things. You’ll have more time to spend doing what you really want to do, and most likely you’ll have more money, too. I’m proof of that.

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How to Create Your Dream Life

April 5, 2010

All right… In this post, I’m going to shift gears from the general tone of this site. Usually I’m a pretty happy-go-lucky kind of guy who uses humor and personal experiences to get my point across.

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Escape Plan Update #1

March 20, 2010

Ever since I made proclamation to nut up or shut up, I’ve been pretty busy with implementing my “escape plan.” Like I mentioned in the post, my intention is to travel through Europe for an indefinite amount of time and prove that you mix extended travel with work. So here’s an update on what’s going on…

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Earning Passive Income on the Internet

February 22, 2010

You’ve probably heard the term “passive income” before. But what is it? Well in this post, we’re going to briefly talk about passive income and a few ideas for getting started.

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The 5 Benefits Of Outsourcing Your Online Business

February 16, 2010

Here I’m going to give you the five benefits I’ve personally experienced with outsourcing. Hopefully after reading this post, you’ll see why it should be a key ingredient to your online business.

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