It is really easy to get distracted when you have a lot of things going on and it seems like I constantly have a lot of things going on. Over the past few years I have learned a few tricks that I use to help stay productive. One of the most important things you can do is control your environment. No matter how crazy and busy things get, if you are in a calm environment you are more likely to be productive.
So, I thought I would give you a tour of my PeerFly office and explain things that I control to keep my environment comfortable and productive.
While I’ll admit my office at PeerFly is not always this clean, I do attempt to keep it as clean and uncluttered as possible most of the time. I’ve found that I am much more productive when there are not things scattered all over my desk.
I also started using duel screen monitors when I was in college and haven’t looked back since. Even though I have a 27 inch iMac, I still use my 27 inch duel screen pretty often. For example, I’ll have my email and PeerFly stats open → Continue Reading
In August 2013 I launched my first ever online course called How To Make Money On Your Travel Blog (this course is no longer being offered), and recruited 17 sign ups for around $3k in profit.
This might not be “big” time, but for many people an additional $3k would be a nice addition to their savings account. Additionally, as a result of the course I ended up undertaking a venture with one of the students that then led to another $9k in profit – but that’s another story.
I’d like to bring this case study to the readers of LukePeerfly.com where I know it will be appreciated and while it is still fresh.
Topics I will be covering are:
How I came up with my course idea How I developed the course materials How I priced my course How I marketed my course Advanced strategies I used to make it a success The results of the course (# of sign ups, total time invested, total money earned) What lessons I learned and what I would have done differently Why I stopped marketing the course even though it was making me money How I Came Up With My Course Idea → Continue Reading
One of the benefits of growing this blog over the past few years is that I have had the opportunity to play with a lot of the awesome affiliate marketing tools available. Once or twice a week I’ll get an email from a tool developer asking me to test out their tool and let them know what I think. This is how I was first introduced to Lukasz Jasiak from BoxOfAds years ago. Lukasz and I have been in touch for awhile now and I was thrilled when he messaged me on Skype last month and asked if I would be interested in doing a review of BoxOfAds.
BoxOfAds is an awesome service used by most of my top publishers. It allows you to easily search through millions of ads they’ve scraped from the top PPV and display ad networks.
You can then use the ads you find to help you create and improve on your own campaigns. First, let’s take a look at what’s being ran on my favorite PPV network, LeadImpact.
Looking for Campaigns
The screenshot above, which you can click to enlarge, are the most recent pop up (PPV) ads found from LeadImpact on BoxOfAds.
This list is useful and I like to → Continue Reading
I still remember laying on a mattress on the floor of our living room at my moms when I was growing up and watching WCW and WWF wrestling with my brothers. Like most boys during the 90s, I was a wrestling fanatic. My brothers and I were more WCW fans, but we watched WWF and were huge fans of all the great wrestlers at the time including Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Sting, Andre the Giant, Goldberg, and of course, The Undertaker, just to name a few.
Well, one wrestler that I never really did like was The Rock. Everyone loved The Rock, but there was something about him that I just never liked and no matter who he was wrestling, I was always rooting against him.
As I grew up I continued to disregard The Rock every chance that I got. His movies sucked and he was a tool. Well, about a year ago, out of nowhere one of The Rock’s posts from his Facebook Page showed up on my News Feed and my opinion of him has been changed ever since.
The Rock is an Inspiration
Once I “Liked” Dwayne The Rock Johnson’s Facebook Page and → Continue Reading