My outrageous offer : Have your own website for as low as 99 sen.
If you haven’t had your website up yet and would like to bid for a 99sen website (to a maximum of $500) …….
You canread about why I decided on this outrageous offer on my sales page. I only thought of this whole idea 48 hours ago. Less than a week ago I began my first self-training on building a website for as little money as possible.
I think part of the inspiration came from when I asked Ewan Chia about his software as promoted during NAC. I told him, “Look, the only barrier to entry for me is the cost of making dozens of dozens of websites because i know pretty well that perhaps only 1 out of 10 or 20 of those website ideas is going to monetize. And it takes time for the sales to snowball. That means a long period between me putting in lots of money to me monetizing. Beyond that, generating traffic, etc is just a matter of following proven systems.”
During that conversation it finally CLICKED in my head how he succeeded in internet marketing and what the “system” he was selling during NAC was all about.
I’m not saying I’m ANYWHERE near Ewan Chia’s level. I’m just saying I solved the problem of my high barrier of entry without taking internet marketing courses which I have very little interest in in the first place.
So, why am I doing this? Well, I’m going to be able to help hundreds of people in my community finally get a web presence and open themselves up to the lucrative opportunities that are possible when one has a website.
I think it’s just me but as I was Groupon shopping I realized not every merchant has a website. At first I assumed Groupon was creating free websites for any merchant that signed up with them because every offer includes a link to a merchant’s website. I assumed it was mandatory for a merchant to have a sales page customized for their Groupon marketing campaign.