A few months ago I had a representative from the USA Network message my Phil Dunphy Quotes Facebook Page praising me for building such a large community around the TV show Modern Family. They had started their own Facebook Page for their new Modern Family community called MOFY Nation. They offered to mail me a shirt if I would share one of the posts from their official Page on my Facebook Page. I took them up on their offer and within a few days received my MOFY Nation shirt in the mail. Pretty cool! It was great to be recognized for all my hard work because I had built my Phil Dunphy community to over 300,000 Likes.
Well, a few weeks ago I got another message from them inviting me to an event they were hosting called the Modern Family Fan Appreciation Day in Los Angeles. They offered to pay for my flight, hotel, and transportation while I was there. I happily accepted their offer. I got back earlier this week from my trip and it was one of the most fun trips I have been on! So, I thought I would share some of the highlights and pictures with → Continue Reading
Okay, the title is a bit silly coming from a guy that has a job working at an office from 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday, but this post is not about me, it’s about my buddy Jay Wessman’s new video series course called Screw95.
I do not usually recommend the “courses” that internet marketing “gurus” put out, but Jay isn’t an internet marketing guru and when he emailed me about Screw95 I was intrigued. Jay and I had spoken a few times on Skype and he is an active member of AffiliateFix and The Dojo. His blog is also listed on affposts and I had read some of his articles on there. Well, he emailed me a login to check out his Screw95 course and when I finally did I was really impressed!
Jay is a “Stoner”
Before I go into what Screw95 is all about and what I learned from it, I should explain a few things about it’s creator, Jay Wessman. Jay is a self proclaimed “stoner” and has branded himself as such. His blog is even called Lazy Ass Stoner. His approach and brand are unique. It’s not the type of branding I would recommend, but he’s pulled it → Continue Reading
Last week I decided to do an experiment. I have been getting complaints from people who use my FPTraffic tool that it’s impossible to build up large Facebook Pages for cheap anymore because the market is getting saturated (more and more people are trying to do it). Well, I think Facebook is too large to truly become saturated so I decided to create a brand new Page and made it my goal to reach 10,000 Likes in 1 week for $100.
I will be doing a complete case study post with more information on that particular Page soon, but here are my 3 steps to researching and creating a successful Facebook Page. I have used this same method to not only build up a Page to 10,000+ Likes within a week, but to also create several large Pages with hundreds of thousands of Likes. The first thing you need to do is pick the right niche.
Facebook is accessed by 669,000,000 users a day. Those people have a huge variety of interests. The key factor to building a successful Facebook Page is the niche. If you want to get cheap Likes that are worth your time and money → Continue Reading
When Prosper 202 was made available for free to internet marketers in 2008 it quickly became the defacto tracking application. Today it is still very popular, and still free to download and self-host, but it has acquired competitors, like the commercial CPVLab.
The newer tracking application aspires to be more of an “out of the box” solution for marketers who want to implement funnels without having to think too hard about the process. CPVLab is very good at this. Prosper 202, not so much.
On the other hand, what most marketers who use Prosper 202 have failed to appreciate is that you can do anything with Prosper 202 that you can with CPVLab. ANYTHING.
The only trouble is that you WILL need to use your brain to supply the missing pieces.
Prosper 202 – It’s Like Lego For Trackers
Most of us have experienced the thrill of building things from scratch. Mostly in our youth, when we do not have to explain WHY it is that we do some things simply for the challenge. I continue to build things to this day, and I cannot always say I do it because it is a necessity.
For example, why would I → Continue Reading