Creating Simple Web Pages

If you want to create a web page, such as a squeeze page, but you have never created web sites before, it can seem like a daunting task. I’m going to discuss a few options that will help you get online as soon as possible:

Create your page using OpenOffice Create a WordPress site Hire . . . → Read More: Creating Simple Web Pages

Using a Squeeze Page to Capture Leads

If you saw my last post and visited my new site about accomplishing your goals, you were looking at one of my “squeeze” pages. These pages are used to capture people’s email addresses (leads) to see if people are actually interested in my upcoming product.

Why Use a Squeeze Page?

Why use a squeeze page . . . → Read More: Using a Squeeze Page to Capture Leads

New eBook Experiment is Live!

I have finished setting up my web site for my new eBook! I created three squeeze pages and a Google experiment that divides traffic equally between the three pages, so I can see which one performs the best. I also signed up for an email newsletter service that makes it really easy to keep track . . . → Read More: New eBook Experiment is Live!

Setting Up OpenOffice Part 3 – PDF Conversion

In this series of blog posts, I’m detailing the steps required to set up OpenOffice to write a book. In Part 1, I walked through the installation process for OpenOffice. In Part 2 I explained how to create a template for your book, to make it easy to have the same look and feel throughout. . . . → Read More: Setting Up OpenOffice Part 3 – PDF Conversion

Setting Up OpenOffice Part 2 – Templates

In this series of blog posts, I’m detailing the steps required to set up OpenOffice to write a book. In Part 1, I walked through the installation process for OpenOffice. Here in Part 2 I’m going to discuss setting up a template for your book.

Setting up a Template

Creating a template for your document . . . → Read More: Setting Up OpenOffice Part 2 – Templates

Setting Up OpenOffice Part 1 – Installation

OpenOffice is a suite of office applications much like Microsoft Office. OpenOffice lets you easily create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, diagrams, drawings, databases, and more. OpenOffice is free and open source, so you can download and install it on as many computers as you want without any licensing fees or hassles. You can use OpenOffice to . . . → Read More: Setting Up OpenOffice Part 1 – Installation

Why $100,000 Per Year Is Easier Than You Think

For most people, $100,000 per year is the sweet spot – we all want that six-figure income, right? Does a six figure income seem far off or impossible for you? I assure you, you can do it and it is almost certainly easier than you think.

By selling online you can reach an audience . . . → Read More: Why $100,000 Per Year Is Easier Than You Think

January 2010 Results

In January I came up with a list of 14 eBook ideas that I could write and sell online. I collected a ton of marketing data about each idea that helped me decide on which eBook to write. I decided to write my book about setting and achieving goals. See my last post for more . . . → Read More: January 2010 Results

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