Want To Spend Your 2013 Making Money, Or Fighting Software?
All this talk about building traffic, making sales, building your list… all of it is dependent on one thing… Software. And for many people, that fact sucks. It sucks because we’re not all geeks. This stuff can be confusing. And there is a lot of conflicting advice out there. How do you get a certain…
All this talk about building traffic, making sales, building your list… all of it is dependent on one thing…
And for many people, that fact sucks. It sucks because we’re not all geeks. This stuff can be confusing. And there is a lot of conflicting advice out there.
How do you get a certain feature into your Wordpress blog? How do you customize your theme? How do you place opt-in forms in certain places on your site? Which email service should you use? Which shopping carts should you use? How do you set up to accept credit cards? Where should you get your web hosting? How do you set up new domains and sub-domains?
The list goes on… and on… and on.
If you’ve been surrounded by this stuff for 15 years – like I have – then it comes easy. I’m used to it.
But, for most, this stuff all represents one HUGE BARRIER.
You’re not able to grow your online business as quickly as you like because you’re too busy spinning your wheels on the technical stuff. And this all adds up to:
- Lost time
- Lost income, because all that time you’re dealing with these tech matters is time you’re not growing your blog or business.
- Lost morale, because you have this sneaky suspicion this stuff shouldn’t be this hard. You don’t want to hire somebody to do it, but at the same time, you don’t want to be defeated by this either.
But, here’s something I want you to know…
Here’s The Good News
The good news is that, in most cases, none of this stuff is really as complicated as it seems. In fact, once somebody clarifies it and shows you the way – in simple terms – you’ll often be left asking yourself, “That was it?”
When you don’t understand the terminology and the basics, then everything looks the same. It all looks important. And it is all very overwhelming.
Sometimes, the absolute best thing you can do is simply sit down with somebody and have them explain it to you. Make things simple. Get things clarified.
Then, you can be self-sufficient.
Here’s What’s Happening
On December 27th, I am going to be hosting a special Q&A session where I will do nothing but answer YOUR technical questions. This is part of a workshop series called…
As an “Alumni” of this workshop, you are able to attend every single tech help session that I do. When you enroll, you will have access to the core group of workshops that were delivered (based on a syllabus), but then you’ll have access to all LIVE help sessions (and their recordings), plus all re-runs of the entire workshop that I deliver live (and I plan to deliver another one some time in the first half of 2013).
Not only that, but if you enroll in this workshop before the call on the 27th, you can save 33% on your enrollment.
I don’t want technical BS to get in your way of achieving your goals online in 2013. This is why I’m jamming this help session into my schedule before the end of the year.
So, there you have it.
To learn more about this, click the link below. There’s a short video there and some additional info for you so you can see what we’ll be doing and what others have been saying who have attended these help sessions.