some "smart marketer" finally figured this out.
Trust me when I say:
"What this guy (James Grandstaff) is doing will
have many successful marketers scrambling to
implement his brilliant idea into their current
Before I tell you exactly what he's doing...
Let's pretend for a minute that you're new to
the world of trying to make money online.
You probably belong to several other "Lists."
If the list owner is doing their job, they are
providing you with a balanced dose of useful
content along with offers for products that
will help you on your quest for financial
But here lies the problem...
Take a minute right now and think about your
"mindset" as you're going through your emails.
You have one "clickin' happy finger" on the
delete button and your eyes are scanning for
a well crafted subject line that catches your
attention. Maybe you're looking for an email
from your favorite guru or a newsletter that
you subscribe to. It doesn't really matter.
What matters is...
Going through your email isn't as much fun as
when you first got online, is it?
Do you remember when you got your first email?
If you're anything like me, you were ecstatic.
And I bet you told all your friends about it
-- "That's Right, Got My First Email Today."
Well, that was a long time ago. The problem
now is we're hit with 1,000 spam emails per
day and checking email just isn't as fun or
The biggest reason it's not as effective is
due to our minds being closed to accepting
new and helpful information.
Just the other day I received an email from
a subscriber who said the site I sent them
to wasn't really free (there was an offer
presented upon registration.)
I politely responded...
"Why don't you skip the offer, since it didn't
interest you, and go inside the member's area
and listen to the free audio interviews from
the featured experts?"
I truly believe this subscriber responded
that way because she had her guard up. Had
the information been presented in a different
format she may have been more accepting of
the message and therefore benefited from
Not to worry--it's all good, because...
James Grandstaff has come up with a solution.
His new podcast called "The Ask James Podcast"
enables you to get your questions answered
when the time is right for you; when your
"head is right" so to speak :-)
One of the reasons James came up with idea is
because of all the "clutter" and "noise" that
keeps filling our inboxes and distracting us.
His podcast solves that problem by providing
answers to his listeners questions when they're
away from the noisy inbox. And I think it's a
But there's more to it...
James won't be the only who answers the
questions of his listeners. On occasion,
he will be inviting big name famous marketers
to help answer some questions during a show.
So if you have a question about marketing
or making money online, or list building,
or whatever. You could potentially have a
guru like Mark Joyner or Mike Filsaime answer
your question. I know for a fact Mark Joyner
charges $2,000 per hour for phone consultation.
Imagine if he answered your single biggest
question regarding creating wealth online
I think you get the idea :-)
The next step is to check it out for yourself.
When you get to the site:
1) Register for free
2) Submit your question to James
3) Claim your free gift valued at $37
4) Listen and enjoy the show!
To Your Success!
P.S. One thing I should make clear is that just
because you submit your question to James doesn't
mean that it WILL be answered during an episode.
Either way, you're still going to learn a lot
from the questions that your fellow listeners
that really made me think...
I discovered someone by the name of James
Grandstaff who really is a clever guy. He
recently launched a podcast called "The Ask
(A podcast is much like a radio show except
you can listen whenever you want; like "on
demand" cable TV.)
The part I liked the most about it is how
James surveyed his listeners first and then
provides content based on the survey results.
Take note because that is very smart if you
ask me ;)
Which leads me to my post today...
One of the questions asked was "what type of
on-screen video tutorials would you like to
see James create?"
Apparently there are a lot of newbie listeners
because James has just released 17 videos that
cover the basics, such as how to:
* Register a domain name
* Get a hosting account set-up
* Upload a webpage
* Create a Word Press blog with one click
* Set-up your very first auto-responder
* Generate the HTML code needed to capture
* and tons more...
I highly suggest you get over there right now
if you don't know how to do everything mentioned
in the list above.
The videos are great and they're 100% free!
Be sure to check out the special bonus video
#18...All I can say is that James Grandstaff
is one smart marketer!
Access Your Free Videos Here
To Your Success,
P.S. After you watch the video tutorials, feel
free to reply to this post with your feedback.
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