Day 10 Saturday 28 April 2012 tasks involve setting up an Aweber autoresponder with a pop-up on your blog to start building an email list.
All I can say is WOW! Thanks John.
The goodies John has provided meant that I managed to set everything up from scratch and tested it was working in under an hour – pop-up squeeze page + confirmation thank you page + autoresponder follow-up series of emails.
Previously I have spent days fiddling about putting together squeeze pages with offers to encourage visitors to opt in – with really amateurish graphics and copy compared to John’s.
You will also need an Aweber account to be able to use the follow up email series he has written.
John has made things very easy to get started by providing:
- 7 detailed step by step videos
- Professional graphics that he hosts for pop-up squeeze pages
- An offer report to encourage visitors to opt in
- 8 email follow up series for auto-responder
- A high value upsell to make $ as an affiliate
Today’s goodies alone are worth more than I paid for John’s One Month Mentor course!
Setting up sizes for the pop-up can take hours of trial and error tinkering – but John provides exact settings in his training videos making this a breeze.
My habit of downloading the videos paid off – because it enabled me to more easily pause and repeat steps in each video that I needed whilst actually setting everything up in Aweber
Summary of time spent for the day:
- 5 minutes creating MP3 audio files
- 23 minutes listening to audio files while out walking
- 30 minutes making notes of days activities (to help me rinse and repeat later)
- 90 minutes watching videos and doing the days work including blog posts
- 0 minutes sorting out technology problems
Summary of time spent on One Month Mentor to date:
- 85 minutes creating MP3 audio files
- 177 minutes listening to audio files while out walking
- 170 minutes making notes of days activities (to help me rinse and repeat later)
- 892 minutes watching video and doing the days work
- 195 minutes sorting out technology problems
Today’s work keeps the daily average time spent working on One Month Mentor at two and a half hours.