About The List Lifestyle Insiders

The number one question I get asked about the List Lifestyle Insiders is really an objection.

It goes like this;

“Isaiah, why should I get the List Lifestyle Insiders, when I can go get X program for cheaper?”

To which my response is always the same.

Don’t become an Insider.

Go pick up the “cheaper” program.

Just know you get what you pay for.

The second question I get asked is:

“Isaiah, what makes the List Lifestyle Insiders program any different than the other List Building Programs?”

To which my response is again always the same.

Don’t become an Insider.

Go pick up that “other” list building program.

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You see;

I don’t pick fights.

I also don’t like indifference.

Either you are in or you are not.

The two questions are objections really – looking for a reason to not become a List Lifestyle Insider.

1 – is about price.

Never compete on price, if anything raise your prices.

(something I write about a lot in this months Isaiah Jackson Letter – which you get as soon as you become an Insider)

2 – is mostly window shopping.

Look;

The List Lifestyle Insiders program gets updated every two weeks with what I’ve been doing to build an engaged email list of subscribers, convert some of those subscribers into loyal paying customers, and overall increase conversions.

Well, in a nut shell that is.

Anyways;

To learn more about becoming a List Lifestyle Insider – just click the link below:

http://www.ListLifestyleInsiders.com

Isaiah Jackson

I Find Your Lack Of Promotion Disturbing

If there is one way to make sure that your subscribers don’t see you as the “authority figure” then it would be just that.

Failing to stick to a promotion.

Or lack the lack of…

You see;

If there is one thing that I see online that most newbies and even some self proclaimed “super affiliates” do its not stick to a single promotion.

Here’s what I mean;

Most folks will literally promote an offer for 24 hours before moving on to the next one.

Nothing wrong with 24 hour promotions when done correctly. Like when having a special sale, pulling a bonus, increasing the price, etc. Nothing wrong with that.

Except when you don’t have those.

Think of this:

Day 1 – Promo for product 1
Day 2 – Promo for product 2
Day 3 – Promo for product 3
Etc…

By the end of the week these marketers have shown their subscribers 7 different offers – with each one promising the same thing or worse different things altogether.

I imagine being the subscriber.

Isaiah’s internal dialogue:
“Here I am following a marketer who can’t stick to a single subject, it’s killing me. I joined his list to learn 1 thing and here he is showing everything but the thing, what does he really know about the thing, does the thing work for him/her? Probably not since its something new every single day, should I even believe him/her?

My thoughts.

Maybe yours too.

Who knows.

But the lesson here is simple.

If you are going to promote an offer, stick with it for as long as you can until it stops generating revenue.

Or better yet, create unique campaigns around those offers that way you can promote the campaign instead of the offer itself.

Anyways;

That is enough for one day.

I’m currently building up a new list inside of the List Lifestyle Insiders – to watch and follow along during this month hop inside the List Lifestyle Insiders using the link below:

http://www.ListLifestyleInsiders.com

Isaiah Jackson

Two types of marketers

There are those that stick with it and those that don’t.

Now

This goes a bit further than just sticking to it when sh-t hits the fan (as we would say in the Army) but it even looks at the typical day to day ops of any marketer.

Here is what I mean;

A few days ago I rapped about an Insider who sent me an email about a super affiliate.

Long story short;

Super affiliate gave a way a “$5,000 course” for free on day 1 and by day 10 offered it for sale.

In between day 1 – 10 he offered several other products as an affiliate.

Which brings us back to the very first sentence in this email.

Those that stick with it…

… stick with a promotion
… stick with 1 idea
… stick to their ummm guns

And then those that don’t…

… the ones who promote a new product every single day
… try a new traffic source very single day
… can’t stick to their ummm guns

Which one are you?

I hope you are the type to stick with it.

Me?

I stick with list building – because it’s really been the only thing that delivered consistent results for the bidniz.

For the how-to on how I build my own list, and convert subscribers into paying customers hop inside of the List Lifestyle Insiders below:

http://www.ListLifestyleInsiders.com

I’m currently working on building a new email list inside of Aweber from scratch, so if you want to get the Insider details on traffic sources, pages used, products sold, etc then you have until November 5th to become an Insider:

http://www.ListLifestyleInsiders.com

Isaiah Jackson

Why I don’t do affiliate marketing (part 3)

In this episode of the Isaiah Jackson Podcast – I rap about another reason why I don’t do affiliate marketing and what you should do instead if you do want to promote products as an affiliate:

Enjoy,

Isaiah Jackson

Bootycall tactics from newbie marketer

Got an email from reader who says:

“I think you’re going about it all wrong. You should offer something free then give them lots of free great stuff via email then hit them up for a sale with a link at the top of some other great content you can give them. Make what are you selling like an ad. Or you can offer a free webinar then hit them up for a sale. What are you trying to sell anyway? Can I see it?”

Let’s break this down piece by piece because why not.

“I think you’re going about it all wrong”

Think I’m going about it all wrong?

Going about what all wrong exactly?

“You should offer something for free then give them lots of free great stuff via email then hit them up for a sale with a link at the top of some other great content you can give them”

How about no.

By not offering my subscribers a solution to their problems I am doing them a disservice and last I checked I am here to serve my subscribers.

“Make what you are selling like an ad”

How am I supposed to do that when you told me to hit them up for a sale with a link at the top of the great content?

Oh, want me to hide behind the sales pitch like these gurus teach?

How naughty of them…

“Or you can offer a free webinar then hit them up for a sale”

So it’s a sales pitch?

That is disguised as a “free webinar” right?

(aren’t people tired of being lied to?)

“What are you trying to sell anyway? Can I see it?”

You mean the List Lifestyle Insiders?

But I didn’t give you any “free content” yet, you can’t see it until I give you more free content…

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And do you NOW see why just giving free content is an issue?

For someone who is screaming to just give, give give and then ask for the sale is wrong.

You aren’t an ATM that I can just pull money from whenever I want.

You aren’t a bootycall who I just email wanting money when it is convenient for me.

Moral of this email:-

Offer the solution to your
subscribers problems or at
least let them know your
solution exists.

Doing anything else is just wrong.

Alright, enough of the “free content” in this email.

To get the scoop on what I do, check out:

http://www.ListLifestyleInsiders.com

Isaiah Jackson

A Simple Way To Go Broke If You Are A Newbie

Was on the WhinersForum a few days ago and came across a post from someone who hasn’t been getting the results he wanted.

Anyways;

He says:

“Working from home can be distracting so now I start my work at Starbucks, in the future I plan to search an office or hub space etc”

Let’s see.

Working from home a distraction you say?

Only for those who don’t have a clear system in place for getting things done.

Or worse…

Focusing on things that have a direct impact on sales.

But that’s a topic for another day.

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Look;

You can get your “work day” down to about 15-30 minutes a day when you focus on the right things.

Those 15-30 minutes are productive minutes – meaning only doing the things that result in sales being generated and nothing else.

Often times what newbies think is work
is not really work at all, so they
begin to make excuses for why they
aren’t getting results online.

Oh, well.

Don’t go rent an office.

Just focus on what matters instead.

Back to bidniz;

To discover how I got my workday down to 15-30 minutes then you hop inside of the List Lifestyle Insiders and I’ll show you how:

http://www.ListLifestyleInsiders.com

Isaiah Jackson

Why I don’t do affiliate marketing (part 2)

In this episode of the Isaiah Jackson Podcast, I dive into Part II on why I don’t do affiliate marketing and some important factors that you want to pay attention too when deciding if you want to promote someone:

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