6 pm - networking
7 pm - presentation
In this presentation, Greg Keith will describe how he turned his experience of creating his own custom-designed camper van into a blog making about $4,000 a month. Greg managed to do this with no training, no experience with Internet marketing, and without even a cohesive plan going in. He started his blog 2 ½ years ago and then created an ebook to sell 1 ½ years ago. This is his first attempt at an online business. As many of you know, this is remarkable success, particularly for a first attempt.
I met Greg several months ago at an event. I knew I had to have him speak to this group as soon as I saw his website, Sprinter-RV.com. The site is an information-rich blog in a very specific niche. It makes money from sales of his ebooks. This is a very common model and one of the easier ways to make money online. What stood out about Sprinter-RV.com is that it is one of the best designed sites I’ve ever seen. The design is basically evergreen – it is unlikely to be hurt at all by the ongoing Google Panda and Penguin updates. The design is also ideal for attracting a loyal following.
In this event, Greg will tell his story, complete with successful actions and mistakes made. We will also analyze his site and compare it with other niche information product sites.
Some of the points we will cover are:
- What factors make his topic a money-maker
- How Greg zeroed in on the exact needs of his audience
- Why his site dominates the niche by a landslide
- What mistakes and time-wasters to avoid
- Which skills were most important for success
- Greg’s plans for going forward
I’m very excited about this opportunity. The Internet Marketing business is glutted with training programs, most of which are crap or mediocre at best and use examples that look canned. Greg’s site immediately struck me as genuine and robust. Yet it is also intuitive.
This event is a rare opportunity to get new insight on what is possible and how reachable the goal actually is. Don’t miss this! Even if this is not your model, there is a lot to learn from Greg’s experience.
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See you there!