I was speaking with a member today via Skype, and I was asked “How much has resell rights changed since you first started Bren?” my answer was an emphatic “HUGE difference!”
Back in 2006 we had those simple meta tag generators, exe eBooks, you remember them right? There really is no comparison to the products that you saw then to the products you see today.
It was towards the end of 2006 when I opened MRR, prior to that I would create eBooks from scratch, simple graphics, simple sales page and sold them off to my list. Back then anything with resell rights would have most online markers scrambling for their credit cards! But today, have resellers just grown accustomed to products being of the highest calibre? Do we take them for granted? Are they just another eBook to add to our cart? Maybe I’m just old school now, but whenever I see a well put together package I know from experience that the production must have taken a lot of money and a lot of time to finish.
I believe resell rights is going through a golden age, and I can only see the products getting better and better! But I think it’s important for us as resellers to take these products and start turning them into cash machines for us. The eBooks I wrote in 2006 wouldn’t stand a chance these days, thankfully I’ve learned a lot since then 🙂
Just my thoughts,
Today I’ve added my very own Niche Marketer video course. I’ve never released any type of resell rights to this product before, but seen as I am back at MRR why not?
One full month of production work, brainstorming and graphics design went into Niche Marketer. I currently sell the same product via Clickbank. Included are 12 video tutorials, a PDF eBook and all the site files to upload to your server and begin selling.
As a member of MasterResellRights.com you can download right now and begin selling this in-depth video course!
Just another benefit of being an MRR member 🙂
All the best,
Recently our programmer released a brand new software app called Ultimate Backlink Builder, if you’re a member of MRR then you receive the rebranding rights, no other membership can give you that purely because…..it’s come from us.
The Ulimate Backlink Builder was recently updated with a salespage making it easier to sell, you can see that salespage by Clicking Here
The software has caused a bit of a buzz, and the word on the street from Johny is that he will be created many more software apps for members! eBooks are great, but software is king! I hope all members will reign in the profits with these software apps.
If you haven’t already then I urge to download UBB again with the updated files.
All the best,
As a member of MasterResellRights.com you receive a massive amount of PLR content each month, but are you using that content to push for passive income? Or do you simply download to your PC and hope something happens? You’re missing a big chunk of change if you are.
Jason and I have created a brand new video, detailing how you can profit with PLR articles. If done correctly you can easily supplement your online income. The video approaches 30 minutes in length and focuses on all the content you receive and tips on how to use it.
If you’re a member you can just use this URL to watch it, you will need to be logged in: Profiting With PLR Articles
Any feedback would be much appreciated 🙂
All the best to you and yours,
Well it’s been a hectic past three weeks for MRR with lots of new improvements:
And that is only just the tip of the iceberg! We also have planned:
We certainly like to be kept busy! One other point of interest is that MRR has welcomed back Bren O’Hara. Bren originally opened MRR way back in 2006 with the idea of improving products with resale rights, and he certainly did that, with a huge amount of resellers and memberships online taking notice of the work he did.
That’s it for now!
Most people waste a lot of time by not having a productive system in place for managing their time. In this article, we’re going to go over three of the most popular, proven and effective systems for managing time as an entrepreneur.
Without further ado, let’s get started.
=> The Getting Things Done (GTD) System
Note: The GTD system is a gigantic methodology in and of itself. To really understand the ins and outs of the system, get a copy of Getting Things Done by David Allen.
The GTD system involves basically making sure that there is nothing on your mind that isn’t written down somewhere.
Anytime you have a thought that entails a task or action you need to take, you write it down. At the end of the day, everything you’ve written down is put into some sort of task-tracking device.
This eliminates the “vague sense that there’s something I’m supposed to be doing” because you know exactly what’s on your plate at any given time.
You sit down once a week with all your tasks, actions and projects and sort out all your tasks into categories, divided by where you can accomplish the task. For example, you might sort your categories into At Office, At Home, At Store, Online and At Phone.
Anytime you’re at the office, you can just open your At Office list and do any one of the tasks that you’ve sorted into that task file.
This is a grossly simplified version of a very complex and powerful system. Again, to learn the ins and outs, either purchase the original book or Google Getting Things Done for a more in-depth explanation.
=> The Pomodoro System
The Pomodoro system seeks to eliminate time wasting that often comes with checking email, wandering online and other such activities that aren’t actually productive.
A Pomodoro is a time unit of 20 minutes. Once you start a Pomodoro, you cannot stop. A Pomodoro is pure work, with no email or bathroom breaks in between.
In short, once you start a Pomodoro, you’re working for 20 minutes straight. Start a timer and don’t stop actually doing your work for 20 minutes.
Track how many Pomodoros you accomplished during the day. That’s a better gauge of your efficiency than the amount of hours you spent in front of a computer.
=> The Steven Covey System
The Steven Covey system ranks tasks by two scales: Whether the task is important or not important, and whether the task is urgent or not urgent.
A task that’s urgent but not important might be answering a ringing phone from a friend. It feels like you must do it now, but it’s probably not that important.
A task that’s important but not urgent might be finding your life purpose, spending time with your kids or managing your finances. They’re important, but there seems to be no immediate pressure to perform the task.
Steven Covey asserts that we tend to spend too much time on things that are urgent but not important and not enough time on things that are important but not urgent.
To remedy this, rank your task list by how important asks are and how urgent they appear to be. Put an emphasis on getting important tasks done, even at the expense of tasks that seem urgent right now.
These are three very different systems for managing your time as an entrepreneur. Each system has avid followers that swear by it. Which system will work for you? Do a bit more research into each system and try them out for yourself. The improvements can be dramatic.
Being an entrepreneur isn’t easy. Have you got what it takes to really make it on your own? Here are some of the most important attributes an entrepreneur needs to possess in order to succeed.
=> Ability to Listen to Advice, While Making Your Own Decisions
An entrepreneur needs to be able to listen to people who have more experience, from their peers and from their customers. An entrepreneur needs to fully and deeply understand their market, their customers, their current situation, their problems and their potential solutions.
That said, no matter how much experience your advisors have, you ultimately have to be the one to make the decision. An entrepreneur must be willing to call their own shots, sometimes even if it goes against what their advisors with more experience suggest – if that’s what your gut tells you to do.
=> Honed Instincts You Can Trust, Especially with People and Deals
A business person needs to be able to trust their instincts. The two most important instincts they need to possess and be able to rely on are their instincts about people and about business deals.
Ever get the sense that you just can’t trust someone? Or the sense that you genuinely want to do business with someone? Do you trust these instincts?
When a business proposition is presented to you, do you have a strong internal compass that tells you “yes” or “no”? Can you trust these gut instincts?
The best business decisions are not made just on numbers and projections. Although those are important, the real decision often comes down to whether or not your instincts tell you go forward. Your instincts will usually be right.
=> An Orientation towards Action
Great entrepreneurs are action oriented. “Ready, fire, aim” rather than “ready, aim, fire.”
Instead of spending two years writing a business plan and conducting market research, a real entrepreneur just goes for it. They take the results they get from the real world, rework their plan in real time and keep moving forward.
MBA-types who study businesses hypothetically without actually building businesses tend to think about business a lot. Entrepreneurs on the other hand are much more apt to just do something and see what the results are.
In order to really create results in the world, you’ve got to be strongly action oriented.
=> Be Willing to Take Risks, Sometimes Really Big Risks
Are you willing to risk everything you have on your ideas? Sometimes that’s what’s really necessary in order to get your venture launched off the ground.
Many entrepreneurs have had to sell their homes to fund their businesses. Some have had to leverage enough of their corporate equity that they’d lose control of their own company if anything went wrong, in order to fund the next stage of their growth.
To really succeed in running your own business, you’ve got to be willing to take risks. Sometimes those risks will feel humongous, but you’ve got to be willing to take them anyway.
These are some of the most important aspects of succeeding as an entrepreneur. Do you have what it takes? If you think the answer is yes, then you’ve got an incredibly exciting and potentially highly lucrative career ahead of you.
Webmasters often create websites using just their own sense of what users will want, and end up creating something that just isn’t very intuitive to use. On the other hand, webmasters who take the time to really optimize their websites for better user experience often find they’re well rewarded, in both customer loyalty and revenues.
How do you optimize a website for the best customer experience?
=> Cut Down the Choices Per Page
If you can have just one choice per page, that’s best.
Make it clear to your users what they should be doing on any given page. Often times a user comes to your website with just one goal in mind. Make it easy for them to achieve that goal.
If your site needs multiple steps, then cut those steps down as much as possible. Airbnb is a great example of this. Before they created their site, they told themselves that one requirement for launching the site is that the customer needed to be able to get from landing on their page to booking a room in three steps or less.
Today they’re the largest self-serve short-term rental website, in no small part due to the ease of use of their website.
Cut down the choices per page. Make it easy for users to do what they want to do. If you have a multi-step process, cut down the steps as much as possible.
=> Watch People Use Your Website
Have your boy/girlfriend, grandpa, best friend or work associate used your website? Watch how they use it.
Where do they click first? Where do they get frustrated? What do they like? At what page do they exit?
You can learn a lot by watching real human beings interact with your site. It’s more work, but it’s worth doing at least a few times with every new design.
=> Create Metrics and Test
Let’s say you’re thinking about splitting up your longer articles into multiple pages. You want to see if users like this style better or the one giant long page style.
Instead of guessing, why not come up with a metric and split test it? One metric for this kind of test might be the length of time someone stays on the page. If they stay longer on one than the other, that means they’re reading for longer.
Instead of guessing what your users want, come up with metrics that can measure it and split test it.
Optimizing your user experience is a very high leverage activity. Start by designing with as few options and steps as possible. Then get people you know to use your website and watch how they do it. Finally, create metrics for different versions of your site and split test them to see the results.