New Course: Numerology Readings for Mystery Performers

I’m finally ready to launch my new course, Numerology Readings Made Easy. This is an online video course that shows how to give Lo Shu numerology readings, and while the first sales page is obviously aimed at mystery performers (magicians, mentalists, etc.), the course itself is “agnostic.” At some point I’ll create a more generic version of the sales page … Read More

Want To Launch A Product? You Need This…

Jeff Walker KNOWS what he’s talking about when it comes to launching a product or service online. If you’re someone who makes and sells stuff you should at least watch his free training series – he gives away so much GOOD knowledge it will be worth your time: Product Launch Formula Masterclass Videos That’s my affiliate link just in case … Read More

Free Copywriting Videos

I’m telling you about this when it’s already half over, but better late than never? Videos are posted every day during this event — free lectures talking about copywriting for the health niche. However, many of the videos I’ve seen are *not* health-genre specific, so it’s great info for anyone who does copywriting for clients (or themselves). This is … Read More

Lo Shu Deck is the LSD I mentioned…

Many moons ago I hinted about a new product I was coming out with. It’s been created and some people are using it — I’m hoping for an actual launch around the end of November (just in time for Christmas!). LSD stands for the Lo Shu Deck, a deck of cards used to give numerology readings. It makes learning numerology … Read More

5 Tips For Creating Better YouTube Videos

I’ve created literally hundreds of tutorial videos over the last 15 years and while they’re not all perfect, here are some of the biggest mistakes I see in tutorial videos. 1. So much chit-chat. If your channel is a talk show, then go ahead and chit-chat. But if your videos are supposed to be how-to, then STFU about what you … Read More

When Audio Was Boss

I just stumbled across a dozen promos I created back in 2007 for a (now defunct) company called Deal Dot Com. They wanted to do short daily promo podcasts (about 2-mins each) and asked me to create a couple weeks worth. They really liked them, but we couldn’t come to an agreement on price so the project was bagged. But … Read More

Three Ring Ranch: The 4P’s

Three Ring Ranch 4 P’s Place: Online business, which saves on inventory, rent, etc. Products: Video tutorials that are aimed at beginning game developers. Pricing: Competitive with similar offerings; price testing often. Promotion: Focused on social media. Single worst P of the bunch. Of the 4 P’s for Three Ring Ranch (TRR), the place is the easiest one to talk about because TRR is … Read More

Kindle Publishing Riches! Swoon!

In recent months there have been a rash of “systems” promoting all the money that can be made simply by publishing for the Kindle on Amazon. “We’ll get rich, Martha! It’s guaranteed! Look, all these other guys are doing it!!!!” Um, yeah. Those other guys are not starting from ground level. They have a built-in audience who will buy whatever … Read More

Expanding the Niche

There’s a lot of be said about focusing on a specific niche, but if your niche is too narrow you may not have a large enough market to build the kind of business you really want. I’m kind of in that boat right now. My niche is game programmers who use the Corona SDK framework. But as wildly fanatic as … Read More

Using the iPhone As A Computer?

Today I read an interesting article called, “What is the Everyman’s PC?” by Ben Brooks. “It’s easy to see why one would argue that the iPad could be better suited for most people than a MacBook Air, but a cellphone? That seems like a stretch, right?” An iPhone is a very cool phone, but a computer? No way. That may … Read More