A File Exchange Tutorial – How to Automatically Run an eBay Shop – The Hands-Free CSV Method

A File Exchange Tutorial – How to Automatically Run an eBay Shop – The Hands-Free CSV Method

 

How to Automatically Run an eBay Shop – The Hands-Free CSV Method

In this tutorial I will show you the fantastic method of automating an eBay business. I picked this trick and a few other tricks up from forums and have included my own knowledge on bulk uploading eBay items using File Exchange.

You will need 3 things in order to automate your eBay business, which are:

  1. A dropshipping supplier that offers downloadable CSV files containing all the product information. 
  2. An eBay account with a good rating and a (free) subscription to eBay’s File exchange service.
  3. Someone from Fiverr or upwork who will work for $5 or less an hour.

1. How to Find a Dropshipping Supplier 

This is something you’ll want to spend some time searching for because not all dropship suppliers provide quality products. You may even want to test them out by buying from them. But what I’ve found are that many dropship suppliers will charge extra for supplying CSVs or product images, they will offer memberships etc. But a way of siphoning out the bad from the good is by using dropship directories. These are directories where both suppliers and dropshippers will sign up in order to network and share contact details.

 

WorldWide-Brands-Review-Image

The two most well known dropship directories are SaleHoo and Worldwide Brands.

 

salehoo-review

 

I have written a review of both in my article How to Start Dropshipping in 1 Week. I use SaleHoo, one because it seems a lot less outdated than Worldwide Brands and two because it has great customer service who will find for you any type of dropship supplier you can think of, taking away the need to search for suppliers. You can just request to find suppliers who offer CSV downloads of ALL their product information, including links to images, this is what we want for the easiest dropshipping method. 

2.  Get a good eBay account rating and subscribe to File Exchange. eBay successful seller

Hopefully you’ll have an eBay account from buying items on there, and if you have a good rating with a little star, good for you! Anyone can change their personal account into a business account but if you have a star you’re already one step ahead. If for whatever reason you have a bad feedback rating, or you don’t have an account, then you can buy accounts with positive feedback, but I don’t think it’s worth the money. My advice is to create an eBay account, put up anything you can sell in your house, but make sure it all goes on sale at the same time. By doing this with a new account, you’ll be selling a lot of stuff and fast, which will get your selling account into good standards and build up your rating. 

 

eBay File exchange tutorial

 

 

File exchange is the only bulk uploading tool within eBay which can be accessed through a free subscription by any seller. It is another way of using Turbolister, but unfortunately Turbolister is being scrapped this year so there’s no point going into that. Let me first point out that I couldn’t find a single easy to follow tutorial on how to use File Exchange on the Internet, and so I’ve decided to guide you the best way I can. For some bizarre reason eBay only uses the phone for a method of contacting them for help but they were temporarily using email when I first started with my CSV files. It seemed much easier for me to send them the error message along with my CSV attached, sometimes they would correct it for me. But unfortunately eBay no longer has it, that being said they do have some savvy people on the help phone who direct you efficiently.

Products can be uploaded in the thousands through an excel spreadsheet. The input of information is through mostly group copying and pasting and then editing images and prices accordingly. If you are doing this on your own, then you could probably use some help for editing items individually. You can use people offering their services on Fiverr or Upwork to help you but pay close attention to their feedback score as they will have worked hard for good feedback and will not want to jeopardize it. 

eBay File Exchange has templates to download that you can work from. These templates are too basic and many adjustments and additions need to be made. You can save the templates so that you can use the same ones in the future to save time.

You will need to refer to this information:

eBay File Exchange Catalog Listing Template Instructions (pdf)

eBay File Exchange Advanced Instructions (pdf)

eBay File Exchange Basic Template Instructions (pdf)

Category IDs

Condition IDs by Category

File Error Codes Reference

Listing Designer Theme IDs

You can also edit the product description (HTML template provided by supplier) to include your own about section, but I have found a much easier method is to do it through eBay’s Manage My Store section.

All of the product’s information and images should be provided by the supplier found through SaleHoo. These are downloaded as CSV excel files so copying and pasting information is easy.

So to save you days and days of trial and error like I went through, I have supplied templates that will get you started easily. 

These files are arranged by country, including UK, USA and China. As the file will need to be changed according to which country the item is from. 

3. Paying a Worker

Editing individual cells takes a long time and it is very tedious. So as a nice solution to save our time we can pay someone to do it instead. I find a data entry specialist on Upwork or Fiverr who will work for $3-$5 (as long as their Country’s Exchange rate works out as fair) provide them with instructions, a video tutorial helps. I have a video and a Price Increase reference chart that I supply to workers as I only pay for the editing of my images and the prices. You can also hire someone to handle everything on your eBay shop like processing orders and providing customer service like answering messages. If you do this please choose someone with a history of work and high ratings displayed on their profile, as they will have worked hard to achieve that and will not want to jeopardize it. 

Important things to remember:

All of this information is important but these will really help –

  • Export files from dropship supplier’s website by category if possible. If you export by category you can import into eBay by category.
  • If something goes wrong, Google it. There is always a way around a problem, and it is how I learned everything I know, keep searching. 

 

Helpful Video Tutorials:

These videos really helped me, there aren’t many decent demonstrations for using eBay’s File Exchange out there, I had to watch many heavily thumbed down videos to get to these. 

File Exchange – How to create and submit a revision file – A Tutorial

How to Export eBay Sales to Microsoft Excel

How to Export eBay Sales to Microsoft Excel

 If Turbo lister is still going strong by the time you read this, then go ahead and follow this tutorial:

Turbo Lister – How to upload items to eBay – A Tutorial

 

Summary

And so as you can see you don’t have to put a huge amount of effort into setting up an eBay business. But that also doesn’t mean that there is no work involved. If you want success in beating the competition, you’ll need to keep repricing your items which means being familiar with File Exchange (if you want the process to be quick). And this article should provide you with all the information sources needed to start your business today. 

 

5 Important Things to Consider when Choosing a Niche for Your Blog

5 Important Things to Consider when Choosing a Niche for Your Blog

5 Important Things to Consider when Choosing a Niche for Your Blog

What is Niche Marketing? 

Niche marketing is a strategy that aims at a particular customer base. By marketing our product or content at a group of people interested in the same niche we can get the exposure we need to the correct kinds of people. Many ambitious newbie marketers can make a big mistake by not choosing their niche correctly. So here are some useful pointers to remember before you choose your niche for your blog. 

1. Is it something you’re interested in?

This is probably the most important factor when it comes to choosing a niche. This is mainly because it is very difficult to write about or effectively promote something you aren’t interested in. Remember those subjects you loathed in school? Well you don’t want to go through that experience again do you? One of the best methods for writing content is to be both the reader and the audience, so to speak, that way, you already know what your audience wants from your website. Just have a think about your interests and see what ideas pop up. 

2. How targeted is your niche?

Many blogs start out by making their niche too broad. They want to write about everything there is to do with their niche, which isn’t necessary, and most of the time, it doesn’t work. What does work is directing your audience’s attention onto a straight-forward objective that they want to achieve. Otherwise the amount of choices to make will overwhelm the reader and they won’t be as familiar with your brand/blog’s identity and direction. what if your niche marketing choice is too broad

3. How well do you know your niche?

I recommend having at least 1 year invested into learning about your niche. Without having the knowledge to help your readers as much as you can, your content will be lacking. What will help your content to thrive is sprucing it up with as many tips and as much useful information as possible. But if you don’t have a years knowledge then get learning, get subscribing to informative sources, like social media pages, read forums, ebooks, blogs, follow all the experts. Whilst reading all this material, you should pick up all the niche marketing tips on the way. 

4. What kind of design does your niche usually work with?

Getting your website’s design right is vital to its success, so it needs a lot of thought and planning put into it. You need to know what kind of aesthetic attracts your target audience. The best way of doing this is by reading other websites that cater to your niche. And if you’re interested in your niche, which you should be, then you’ll have already been reading plenty of blogs within your niche. For example Lisa Cox’s gardening blog has a very clean and neatly arranged look, with large images to show off the gardens.Lisa Cox garden design blog

5. How can you beat your competition?

What do you have that your competitors don’t have? How can you beat them to the punch? You need to get thinking of how you can make your blog worthy of their time. For SEO keyword targeting, use Google Adwords to get some ideas. And remember you won’t be climbing very high in the search listings by using generic SEO keywords, marketing your niche as interesting and a little different from the rest will require digging a little deeper and getting more specific with blog post ideas and titles. One way to research your competition as well as adwords, is rather than just seeing adwords notify you that it is a low competition keyword, just google search the keyword and refer to the number of search results as seen in the image below:

what is niche marketing

Summary

So you see that making sure you definitely have the correct niche for your blogging plans is very important. If you don’t have the correct niche, you won’t be able to beat your competition, design and market the content correctly and you could end up failing, having put a lot of hard work to waste. So bookmark and share this page and please subscribe if you don’t want to miss out on any legitimate internet marketing schemes. 

5 Important Things to Consider when Choosing a Niche for Your Blog

5 Important Things to Consider when Choosing a Niche for Your Blog What is Niche Marketing?  Niche marketing is a strategy that aims at a particular customer base. By marketing our product or content at a group of people interested in the same niche we can get the...
Take a Look

A Guide on How to Sell Expensive Products Online – 3 Marketing Strategies All Successful Sellers Use

This week I’ve been reading about how to market an expensive item, I notice that this question is asked a lot in forums and so I set out to research. I've dug up some of the best tips out there for selling expensive products. I will reveal to you some excellent...
Take a Look

CB Passive Income 4.0 – Clone the Business Model by Patric Chan – Is it a Scam or Wham Bam Thank You M’am?

What is CB Passive Income 4.0? CB Passive Income 4.0 doesn’t have a focus on teaching you business methods, but rather a learn by experience introduction to email marketing. If you are new to email marketing, you can visit my article Email Marketing Basics for an...
Take a Look

1 Simple and Profitable Method – Blogging about your Hobby + Amazon Affiliates

1. Create a Blog Start a blog from a niche that is ideally based on a hobby of yours. It's better to make sure you've been interested in it for a while so that you've got plenty to write about.  For your hosting provider, my favourite and the one with the best value...
Take a Look

15 Ways to Get More Followers on Pinterest

10 Ways to Get More Followers on Pinterest Knowing how to get more followers on Pinterest is an essential skill that the social media marketer needs to know in 2017. In the list below I have put together detailed research into how you can effectively get more...
Take a Look

How to Promote and Sell any Item in Multiple Facebook Groups with Octosuite

Knowing how to promote your domain auction or any item for sale on the Internet is an important modern day skill. One method I have found to successfully promote something on Facebook is through posting to multiple groups that have a large number of members. The key...
Take a Look

Domain flipping: How to find and buy an expired domain, give it a website and sell it for big money.

Creating a website is easier today than ever before. With drag and drop builders and the ability to create templates, anyone can do it and do it fast, no web developing skills necessary, all you have to do is read a little and make some observations and chip away at...
Take a Look

Why You Aren’t Earning Money from your Blog – How to Add Value P1

Offering your own product vs Google Adsense Josh Elizetxe from TomiAcademy.com reveals that his sites own product makes a lot more than when his website only had Google Adsense:   Creating and selling your own product on your blog isn’t as hard as you may think,...
Take a Look

How to Design a Blog in 2017 – 10 Rules to Obey When Designing Your Blog

  If you're an avid blog reader, you'll know that blogs are now being made at a much higher standard than they once were.  So we must keep up with the trends. In 2017 we are in the age of the soundbite, readers value small and easily digested chunks of information....
Take a Look

How to Make Your Amazon Kindle eBook a Best Seller in Just 5 Days

Being the creator of an eBook grants you the power to promote and sell your own content. An eBook can be a powerful tool, and when used correctly, is a great way to bring in some steady recurring income. When I created my first eBook, it felt like a huge...
Take a Look

How to Build Backlinks the Right Way – Learn How to Effectively Climb Up Google’s Search Listings

What is a Backlink? A backlink is a term used to refer to the an incoming hyperlink from one web page that is listed on a website. A website is more likely to appear in search engine listings like Google if it has a lot of backlinks. How does it bring you traffic? A...
Take a Look

Commission Cartel – Earn $500 in your first 30 days

October 12 marks the launch of Michael Cheney’s new affiliate marketing package: The Commission Cartel. Michael Cheney is an affiliate marketing millionaire whose products seem to convert like crazy, on JVZoo they have won multiple POTDs (Product of the day). His...
Take a Look

A Guide on How to Sell Expensive Products Online – 3 Marketing Strategies All Successful Sellers Use

A Guide on How to Sell Expensive Products Online – 3 Marketing Strategies All Successful Sellers Use

This week I’ve been reading about how to market an expensive item, I notice that this question is asked a lot in forums and so I set out to research. I’ve dug up some of the best tips out there for selling expensive products. I will reveal to you some excellent age-old marketing tips, these really do work wonders for bagging a sale on a product that people usually wouldn’t dare spend money on.

So in the following article I’m going to list three foolproof ways that I’ve found will definitely help you to sell an expensive item. 

1. ‘The Contrast Effect’.

This first tip plays on the psychology of the customer, something sneaky marketers love doing. Its what behavioural economist Dan Ariely calls “arbitrary coherence”, and is also known as ‘The Contrast Effect’. It’s where a retailer will purposely put a high priced item next to a lower priced item that is a very similar product. This makes the customer compare the two, and if they are conscious of their money spending, it is more likely to make them prefer the lower priced item. 

The way this method can work with selling expensive items can be explained with this analogy: 

How do you make someone look smaller? Put a tall person next to them. 

So when the customer sees the item they like, then they see the expensive price, they still desire the item but are faced with doubts about spending so much money. However, when the customer sees a similar item that is much more expensive, you are giving them the ability to make a choice, a more responsible choice that makes them feel better about spending the money. 

Though it may seem obvious to buy the cheaper one if they want it, the emotions at play here are being manipulated in an interesting way. The lower priced item becomes a lot more acceptable now that the standards have been set with the much higher priced item and so their initial thoughts about the price are irrelevant. 

Most retailers don’t even intend to sell the item they price up, they use it as a decoy. 

 

To intensify the effect, and definitely bag a sale, we have to price the item at least 40% more expensive, so that it looks like a steal to the buyer. 

 

2. Provide evidence for the value of the product

While it may be a quick sale to the seller, it is important to understand that the expensive purchase will be much more of a commitment to customer. This is why it is important to take care when writing the product description. Here are a number of ways you can do this:Budgeting, crowbar wallet

Create a Value Prism – A well-known trick known copywriters use is the Value Prism, which involves outlining the history of the product, from the inspiration to create the product, to the manufacturers, retailers  and then the customer. By laying the product’s history out like a sentimental journey, the customer is made aware of the efforts that went into it.

Addressing the value is the main focus you want in the product description. And you can prove its high value by comparing it to any other products the customer may be already familiar with, telling them how it is better.

Using Metaphors – You need to clearly outline what this will do for the customer. Many creative copywriters and marketers will use metaphorical comparisons, painting a picture in the customer’s head with what this product can do for them. 

unbox your life ikea marketing

“Unbox your life” – IKEA

 

Some examples include: 

Welcome to possible – Mindtree, Unbox your life – IKEA, Unlock your more – Fiat, Your best beautiful – Olay

Embellish your descriptions – 

Think about what the customer wants to be told, don’t just give them flat factual descriptions. They want to find something that satisfies their every need. A quote I refer to often is “Positive emotions trigger sales; negative emotions destroy sales.” – Tom Hopkins, Arouse Emotions, Don’t Sell Logic

 

3. Alter the perception of the price 

There are a few tricks you can employ to make the price of the expensive product seem not so expensive, but more like a good deal. Here are some helpful tips to help you frame your product as a worthwhile purchase.

Dividing the price – 

This can be done with many types of products, often the price of the product is over £100. You can give your buyers the choice to pay instantly or pay in daily, weekly or monthly instalments  This makes the product seem much more affordable as it won’t leave much of a dent in their bank balance. 

Offer a free item –

You can also offer valuable free items with the purchase (if you stay within your desired profit margin), making the price look like a better deal. 

Offer a discount on their next purchase – 

The customer will be more keen to spend the money if both items within the deal are valuable to them. Even more so if the price of the next purchase is a low one. You could offer the discount buy 2 get 1 free (the cheapest). Discounts that end in multiple buys are important for boosting business. 

Summary

So those are the most well known methods for selling an expensive item, if you know of any more, please let me know in the comments below. Look out for any interesting tactics that sellers use to make you think an item is much more appealing because of a few subtle gestures made in a product description. 

A File Exchange Tutorial – How to Automatically Run an eBay Shop – The Hands-Free CSV Method

  How to Automatically Run an eBay Shop - The Hands-Free CSV Method In this tutorial I will show you the fantastic method of automating an eBay business. I picked this trick and a few other tricks up from forums and have included my own knowledge on bulk...
Read More

5 Important Things to Consider when Choosing a Niche for Your Blog

5 Important Things to Consider when Choosing a Niche for Your Blog What is Niche Marketing?  Niche marketing is a strategy that aims at a particular customer base. By marketing our product or content at a group of people interested in the same niche we can get the...
Read More

A Guide on How to Sell Expensive Products Online – 3 Marketing Strategies All Successful Sellers Use

This week I’ve been reading about how to market an expensive item, I notice that this question is asked a lot in forums and so I set out to research. I've dug up some of the best tips out there for selling expensive products. I will reveal to you some excellent...
Read More

15 Ways to Get More Followers on Pinterest

10 Ways to Get More Followers on Pinterest Knowing how to get more followers on Pinterest is an essential skill that the social media marketer needs to know in 2017. In the list below I have put together detailed research into how you can effectively get more...
Read More

How to Promote and Sell any Item in Multiple Facebook Groups with Octosuite

Knowing how to promote your domain auction or any item for sale on the Internet is an important modern day skill. One method I have found to successfully promote something on Facebook is through posting to multiple groups that have a large number of members. The key...
Read More

How to Start Dropshipping in 1 Week – All the tools for Automated Dropshipping Success

What to Expect I take it you’ve been searching the internet for a while now, and just like me, on that search for ways to make money online. When I discovered dropshipping I knew I was onto something big. From my experience I can tell you that you are entitled to a...
Read More

How this person earns £10,000 per month selling Amazon Kindle eBooks

How this person earns £10,000 per month selling Amazon Kindle eBooks

The main reason why many have found great success from authoring an Amazon Kindle eBook is that little marketing has to be done. After the initial take off with Amazon’s KDP service and $3 spent on 5 star reviews, the website works for you. 

This can work as a highly lucrative passive income scheme that needs very little expertise. You don’t even need a grasp on the English language as you’d be surprised by just how many Kindle authors use ghost writers to write eBooks. 

In the article ‘The Underground World of Kindle eBooks’ on the website Hustle.co we learn how a Kindle author who pays $5 for his eBook cover, $150 for the ghost writer (from the Philippines) and $3 per positive review earns $1000 per month per ebook. They send the ghostwriter a 2000 word outline and within 1 week they get back over 20,000 words, which take just 1 more week to edit and the job is pretty much done. With multiple eBooks up for sale, all at under $1 each, he is now earning $10,000+ a month. 

He has conjured up a great method for researching into ideas for content for writing best selling eBooks shown in the image below:

Yes it can a bit shady on Amazon where people make money out of paying others to write often badly written eBooks. These are most likely to be self-help books based on PLR content or a reworking of content found around the web. Although if you’re thinking of a faster route to just repost the PLR content as it is, Amazon state they know how to spot any duplicate material and it could get you banned. So creating your own material is a better idea. 

And if you don’t have a grasp on the English language, you should definitely pay someone who does to edit the eBook for you. 

 

How to make your eBook a best seller on Amazon

This article of someone making a photo of their foot top the Amazon best seller list, when it isn’t even an eBook is proof it can be done. It made best seller of the category, which gives credibility to a new item under the KDP service. So in order to make your Kindle take off, from our research the majority of success cases will do the following: 

  1. Use Amazon Kindles KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) Service, offer it for free for the first 5 days. 
  2. Set a low price for it – between 77p and £1.20.
  3. Build up reviews while it is free. 

If you have family and friends who are willing to review your book then you could give them the review to copy and paste from their Amazon account. Reviews can also be bought for a small price, on Fiverr or through advertising on Craigslist/Gumtree for a content writer.

The possibilities for content are endless, you can easily be a best selling author.

According to daily sales data from 2016 which tested a million Amazon Kindle eBooks,

  • Nearly every single Kindle book selling 1 or more copy per day. (98.5% of them)
  • 90% of all Kindle titles selling at least 2-3 copies a week
  • 81% of all Kindle titles selling 1 or more copy a week
  • 64% of all Kindle titles selling 2 or more copies a month
  • 32% of all Kindle titles listed in the Amazon US Kindle store.

Want to endulge in your interests? Write about them!

Richard Feynmen was a Nobel prize-winning physicist who was also known as the great explainer. He is quoted for saying, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” He was known for explaining complex ideas in physics in a series of lectures to the general public, making them able to understand at the same rate as his students.

Richard Feynmen, Nobel Prize Winning Physicist

Learning about something in order to try to explain it in this simple way is a successful method for learning, as by implementing a more active way of learning, you actually retain the information a lot better. I’m currently practising watercolour painting, and am recording my process as I go, writing about the techniques I’m learning and scanning images of my paintings. This gradual way of writing whilst learning about the hobby takes longer but ensures a higher quality eBook and is learning with a purpose, which is to teach others. Also, if you carry your hobby on into the future, you can keep writing content and publish it on a blog. You own your writing and can dispense with it usefully in a variety of ways. 

 

Create your eBook through learning thoroughly about a subject of your interest

We know from ourselves that we tend to take our hobbies seriously, we have a sort of dedication to them as they’re what make us interesting.. And so there are millions of people with your hobby, many of whom love the convenience of the kindle, who are willing to spend 0.99p on an eBook that holds useful knowledge about their favourite way to pass the time. 

If you’d also, or instead would like to try writing fiction, you should feel comforted by the many creative writers who have struck gold without the need of a publisher or marketer. This includes:

Oliver Pötzsch, Amanda Hocking, Joe Konrath, John Locke, HP Mallory, Stephen Leather.

For marketing your eBook, you can give it a boost with services on Fiverr, there are people who run high-traffic blogs who will feature your eBook on their website for a period of time just $5. 

 

Summary

So as you can see, with Amazon KDP it is possible to get your eBook selling quickly and leave it as a passive income for years to come. It is worth it, and the idea can be adapted easily to fit any Kindle type content. To know how to effectively market your eBook to reach number one on the best seller list then visit our previous post in the eBook category, How to Make Your Amazon Kindle eBook a Best Seller in Just 5 Days

CB Passive Income 4.0 – Clone the Business Model by Patric Chan – Is it a Scam or Wham Bam Thank You M’am?

CB Passive Income 4.0 – Clone the Business Model by Patric Chan – Is it a Scam or Wham Bam Thank You M’am?

What is CB Passive Income 4.0?

CB Passive Income 4.0 doesn’t have a focus on teaching you business methods, but rather a learn by experience introduction to email marketing.

If you are new to email marketing, you can visit my article Email Marketing Basics for an overview.

CB Passive Income 4.0 is a ClickBank certified product providing you with a clone of an email marketing business developed by Patric Chan.Patric chan cb passive income conference

Patric Chan is the best-selling author of WakeUp Millionaire, he’s spoken to audiences in 12 countries as an authoritative figure in the world of internet marketing and has authored several books.

The ready-made business model is a popular option for those wanting a fast-track way to making money online, rather than spending copious amounts of time studying.

The model sends the subscribers to a supposedly ‘secret webpage’ (the hook) that offers them clickbank products. The clickbank products are where you make the money, from a sale you’ll get 50% commission.

The deal is that you don’t have to write any content, everything is created for you, and Patric Chan gets a small bit of your commission along with your membership fee.

Patric Chan newspaper

CB Passive Income’s membership plans and up-sells:

$1 Trial for 14 days

$47 a month for Fast Cash Series Basic

$47 one-time fee for CB Passive Income License.

Upsells:

$97 (one-time fee) CB Passive Income Pro.

$197 each year for Fast Cash Series.

 

CB Passive Income 4.0

 

What you get:

  • Ready made squeeze pages
  • Free hosting
  • Email newsletters
  • Auto-reply to emails
  • Free gifts to get people to sign up
  • Free status reports for purchase tracking
  • Custom URLs to send leads to
  • You will gain earn each email subscriber for life.

 

So Patric Chan is offering an I scratch your back you scratch my back scenario. But Patric is getting a much longer and more satisfying scratch, whereas you get a tickle, and wonder where this marriage is going.

It claims to be a passive system where they email the subscribers for you and all you need to do is set it up. There is actually a little more work involved, where you have to generate traffic to the opt in page.

This passive income scheme provides instructions for building an email list and sending the visitors to the squeeze page (where the sale happens). It’s squeeze page/sales page is ready made, comprising all the hook, line and sinkers.

*The material has recently been updated for 2017 and now has a much more attractive and modern design.

They give you two methods for attracting traffic to your website.

  • One is done through a number of Soloads, which is internet marketing jargon for internet marketing experts who already have an extensive collection of email lists on a variety of niches.
  • The other method is via social media and YouTube video.

 

Summary

It should be said that a fault in the model is that the focus is on driving a sell, rather than building a relationship between you and your subscriber. And a lack of control and creativity over how you are selling is limiting. It also doesn’t teach you to set up a business, but rather access to a marketing scheme where you play a middleman, and the money you make is dependant on how well you sell. Also, the title is quite misleading as it is not a completely passive system, in order to get it completely passive you must upgrade to higher levels of membership.

Building trust with a blog where you provide them with quality information is the best way to go. Of course that requires patience, and a little creativity doesn’t hurt. But that’s not to say that CB passive Income 4.0 doesn’t make you money, a lot of people have had success with it, but this is because of their creativity when marketing the product.

Unfortunately I didn’t have a great amount of time to invest in marketing, so I didn’t make a great deal but I can tell you that I made a surprising £300 with little effort on my 3rd month in with CB Passive Income. If you think you can promote products in a creative way, then do have a go with the readymade money making scheme.

The 14 day trial for $1 lets you try it out, so you don’t have to invest big money to see what it’s like.

Facebook

Subscribe To Download

The Profit Bible

 

Join our mailing list to receive the latest passive income trickery and The Profit Bible, - a free guide to earning and possibly making a killing in your spare time.

 

This includes a huge 35 assessed money making methods with instructions and tips on how to use these methods effectively.

 

Not to sound too preachy but this really is the ultimate guiding light, Lord and Saviour you need in your life. 

 

The download will appear after clicking subscribe. 

Please confirm the subscription in your inbox.