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I remember when I had my own first website – many, many – maybe too many – years ago. Then I paid quite a considerable amount for someone to build and host my first website. It took a couple of weeks – I was not really consulted – and looking back it was
crap I mean not very good. So late I went to night school to learn how to build a website and a little basic Html coding. Within 6 months I’d built a website I was proud of. Today you don’t need to learn to code thanks to the universal “WordPress”; a free and open-sourcecontent management system. Plus the costs of owning and running a website are so very much cheaper.
StudioPress – they provide WordPress Themes (inc the Genesis Framework) and Plugins (including Backup Buddy and iThemes Security). These I use myself and have been a very happy customer. They also provide other advanced services, which I won’t go into here. Needless to say, they are reliable, established and recognized leaders in their fields.
Now they are providing an all inclusive package including hosting “WordPress Made Fast and Easy” – in six steps you go from purchaser to publisher – You Get….
Their plans (actually to keep things simple there are only two) are available in Monthly or Yearly payments. Of course, they offer a 30-day, 100% money back guarantee to all of their customers.
(a software just launched by David Perdew of MyNAMS.)
Simple Quiz Engine – You’ve heard it said so many times…. The money is in the list. And of course, that’s true.
There is also a bigger truth – there is MUCH MORE money in a more engaged list. How great would it be to have a group of hungry fans waiting on your next recommendation, ready to buy?
Well… this is going to get you just that kind of list. It will allow you to create excited fans right out of the gate with new leads and help you get to the heart of what you current members want. And it does it with one of the hottest methods around for increasing opt-ins and list engagement.
People can’t resist taking quizzes. And out new software Simple Quiz Engine takes advantage of that fact and harnesses the power of quizzes for your list building.
Grab your copy while they are in the launch phase and forget the monthly payments all the other quiz platforms require. They’ve gotcha covered with a one-time payment – during launch only!
P.S. David has included a massive bonus package to get you off to a flying start… …including templates, live training where you can get all your questions answered and more.
Take a look TODAY – because this offer won’t be around forever!
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“It Started on WordPress and Made This Author More than $100 Million…” by David Perdew
Last weekend, the second in author E.L. James series hit the box office.
The sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, did nearly $50 million at the box office crushing everything else except The LEGO Batman Movie.
With the release of her latest film, I thought it would be great to review how all this started with a blog post.
Grey birthed a new genre commonly known as “mommy porn”? The book’s genesis was as a story – not a very good one either – on a Twilight Fan Fiction site in 2010.
(Unfortunately, the author’s publisher has removed practically all traces of the early work on the Internet)
She quickly moved the story to a personal website (50Shades.com) which has since been rolled into her current author page at eljamesauthor.com.
The response was overwhelming. She began selling copies as an ebook of the early rendition and then quickly contracted with a print-on-demand paperback publisher.
The author’s FAQ page says:
Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed were never self-published as these novels. An earlier version of this story began as Twilight fan fiction which was posted on the internet. The trilogy was picked up by an Australian publisher, The Writer’s Coffee Shop, who released them as e-books and print-on-demand paperbacks.
According to paidcontent.org (http://paidcontent.org/2013/01/10/with-release-in-hardcover-50-shades-completely-flips-traditional-publishing-cycle/):
A tiny Australian publisher then released them as ebooks and print-on-demand paperbacks, selling about 250,000 copies. Random House snapped up the rights in a seven-figure deal, rereleased the ebooks and made 50 Shades widely available in paperback for the first time — where it achieved stratospheric success.
Fast forward a year later and Fifty Shades of Grey was at the top of the New York Times Bestseller list. Soon, it would be followed by two more Grey books, all in the top 10 list.
Just the list ma’am, just the list…
Remember Dragnet from the old days when Jack Webb played Sgt. Joe Friday. Look it up on IMDB kids.
Sgt. Friday’s favorite line delivered in a dry monotone was, “Just the facts ma’am, just the facts.”Continue reading