Internet marketing has changed.

The ‘success model’ used to be get JV partners and launch a product.

Cash in.

Then rinse and repeat.

The more launches you did, the more money you’d make.

But then the sharks moved in…

Scammers saw how much cash was pumping through the industry and started making phony software and hiring expensive copywriters to make slick sales videos.

They milked the industry, scammed money from a lot of people, and killed the ‘repeated launch model.’

Customers got skeptical and bitter and stopped buying overnight success products.

The money marketers make from launches dropped by 80-90%.

Here’s the new model…

Create a product in a niche you’re passionate about.

Put 100% of your effort into making it the best you can.

Deliver massive value for customers.

Launch the product.

Then collect customer feedback, improve the product, tweak the marketing, and maximize your profit.

Keep making the product better, keep tweaking the marketing to maximize conversions, and focus on working it until you’re making fulltime income from it.

Create a flagship product…

that’s the NEW model for making money in Internet marketing.

Make it happen,
Brett

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5 Responses to The New Internet Marketing Success Model

  1. Jan Attila says:

    I was just writing a letter for Sean Mize and were talking about that launch venture crab they are feeding to people day after day. Every single name that sends me that worthless junk will lose his credibility in my eyes. Question is, how low can you go?

  2. Alex Zemkus says:

    So true Brett, couldn’t agree more with your post. This is the same for any business though, providing a quality product and creating a good long term relationship with your customer. Then you just need to let people know in a creative way to what you can do for them.

  3. George Kosch says:

    I totally agree. I have built our product for almost 20 years. All I would add is that people need to enhance and keep adding value to their flagship BUT keep it under ONE roof. This shows customers you diversify but at the same time are always behind what you build!

  4. Milena says:

    I totally agree with this new model. But this is for advanced marketers who know all the tricks. Unfortunately, novices often slip into false software. But if you are passionate about pursuing the goal would not be refused.

  5. Malcolm says:

    The new model is how Business offline works, When I first started online, getting use to JV’s to do business was quite foreign to me. I struggled to learn and then came the crash. I abandoned online ventures until now, so I am quite happy to learn that this old model is being implemented online even though it isn’t new. Now the Internet Lifestyle Formula coaching will point newbies in the right direction. Thanks Brett

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