It’s Too Late…

As mentioned in last week’s announcement, I’ve decided to remove all seventeen lessons from my “Info Income Coaching Class” and turn them into the first full-blown product offered through this blog.  True to my word, I deleted everything this morning.   No longer do you have access to the step-by-step blueprint that I’ve personally used to fund my travels through Europe.

Now here’s the good news…I’ve decided to offer a special deal to all my readers:

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If you’ve read my blog for any period of time then you know I don’t overhype or do a lot of promotions.  So this might be one of the last chances that I mention this special deal.  Click the above link and find out more about what’s being offered.

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16 thoughts on “It’s Too Late…”

  1. Hi Steve:

    Though product creation is not my goal to achieve, but information always helps to expand knowledge, therefore I signed up, as asked in the post. Though I never saved the information before, when you offered. I am inclined towards list building as I need that. I do list building but only few people sign up every week and I do have a series of autoresponders set up for them… People do a lot more to have relationship with their


    • IT is always a start, my blog list is growing slowly too. I would be more comfortable with a lot more….but who wouldn’t. LOL.

      As your blog grows so will your list. Something to entice people is always good too. Like a “lead magnet” to get people to sign up. Who says bribery doesn’t work

  2. Congrats man, out of the additional content – really looking forward to the case study – putting it all out there I see Steve – should be awesome 🙂

    I think in this specific point in my own work, I’m really looking forward to more email related items because, as I’ve probably mentioned, I launched a freebie on one of my other blogs and it’s actually really climbing up there – only problem is that I’m a bit stumped on the best course of action with the email side of things haha.

    March is a long ways away but all that extra content should make it worth the wait.

    • I have touched on some of the basics before, and I am sure you will do find handlting you email listees. I do recommend something like Aweber to organize them early on.

      The only other “must have ” sort of guideline is to offer one hell of a lot more free and good content than any offers(even if some of the free stuff is links back to articles and other free content).

      It is all about building trust and following. Just like on a blog. That trust should be worth a lot more than any single sale.

      Somehow I feel from what I know of you that this really will not be a problem for you whatsoever!

  3. Hi Steve.
    Creating a product is always a good thing and I’m sure this one will be very well done. I wish you all the best on that and will do my part to help you promote it.

    How was the trip home? jetlagged?

    🙂 Talk to you soon.

    • Jimi,

      Thanks for all the kind words and support! 🙂 I appreciate it!

      Definitely a little bit jetlagged. It is nice to be back. Not as bad as when I started the trip and realized my main atm card had expired….and I was jetlagged with like 40$ to my name for a couple of days. At least I can relax now… 🙂

  4. Steve,

    You can count me in. The sheer information you provided in you info class series tells me it is well worth the wait. Plus 50% more content…That is going to be freakishly awesome.

    Looking forward to it brother.

  5. Hey Steve,
    Like Fran I don’t really want to do information products, mainly because I don’t know what/don’t have what to share, but nonetheless I joined your discount promotion, because you never know how things change in four months.
    I hope you will have plenty of time to create a “one of the best courses ever written on creating profitable eBooks” as you put it.

  6. Congrats on the launch of your new product! It’s a great way to generate another income stream. I’m looking forward to seeing the finished product.

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