Here's a List Of Some Killer Online Resources
3 Day Challenge
Become A Digital Entrepreneur
If you want to quit your job and go full-time online this course is for you. The 3-day challenge shows you how to start an online business without having your own products. You'll also learn how to earn passive income with the affiliate eco system.
MY LEAD SYSTEM PRO
Master Lead Generation
The online Harvard of attraction marketing. This is where I got my start in making money online. They take you by the hand and teach you how to build your own brand online by providing value into the marketplace. They give you tools like lead magnets that you can use on day one, so you can start marketing like a 6-figure earner right away. You will also get a blog and custom lead capture pages to start collecting leads. I'm grateful to the guys at MLSP and glad I found it. I definitely recommend it no matter where you're at in you're business.
One thing I like about get response is they have a landing page service built in. This is really cool because now you have the option to capture your leads and store them with one service. Another thing I like about them is they use smart email marketing. Here's what I mean. You can setup your campaigns to do certain things based on specific actions your subscribers take. Very powerful. This is now the email service I use and I'm loving it!
Godaddy: I recommend using Godaddy not only for getting a domain, but also for hosting as well. I've used them for years and my experience with them has been great. They've always provided me with amazing customer service.
MLSP: This is a great place to get a blog from if you're just starting out online. They have step by step training on setting up your blog and how to market online. They also give detailed training on how to build your brand using the latest marketing strategies. This is how I got started marketing online and I would recommend it to anyone. They have a supportive community of entrepreneurs that encourage and help each other push forward.
Divi Theme: Ahhh yes!! The Divi theme by Elegant themes in all it's glory. This is one of the most beautiful, diverse, functional themes on the market today. I've used the Divi theme before and I currently use it on one of my sites at the time of writing this. It is said to be perhaps one of the best themes to ever hit the marketplace. One of the best features I like about this theme is it's visual affects with photos and videos. You'll see what mean!
Thrive Themes: This is currently the theme that this website is running on right now. The reason I've decided to go with thrive themes for this website is for a couple of reasons: One - It's made for conversions. This is great for internet marketers. And Two - It has a landing page feature that works really well. I wanting something where I could create unlimited capture pages using wordpress. Sort of like Optimizepress. It's no Clickfunnels, but it works great!
Autoresponders & Capture Pages
Optimizepress: This is both a WordPress theme and a plugin that has been around for a while, but is still works great. I know top marketers that still use it to this day and have great success with it.
LeadPages: This is a great tool to create beautiful landing pages at a decent price. They have a ton of templates to choose from so you don't have to start from scratch. They allow several different autoresponders so integration is no problem.
Thrive Themes: I know I mentioned them already, but they really do have a pretty sweet capture page system going on.
Clickfunnels: It seems like Clickfunnels is taking over the entire internet lol. They are no longer just a capture page service. They offer member portals where customers can create courses, and you can even create a website with them. They also allow you to follow up with prospects so you don't need an autoresponder anymore. However, if you choose to keep one, they integrate with all the major autoresponders.
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Aweber: Having an autoresponder is NOT optional if you are building a business online. I will tell you that when I first started, I tried to avoid purchasing one of these things called an autoresponder. What a mistake! Aweber was the first service I tried and they are good. I ended up switching to Getresponse, however, they may still be the best option for some people.
Fiverr.com: Good ol' Fiverr!! I've used this website several times for different things over the years. From, YouTube intros to, SEO services. They have plenty to offer and are definitely worth a look. Just make sure you look at the the feedback of any user you are thinking about hiring for a service.
Source-Wave: You're welcome for the free advertising Alex Becker (Owner of the site). This website is actually a lot like Fiverr but it's geared toward SEO. You got a bunch of nerds gathered together in one place who can get traffic to where you need it. Pretty cool!
Upwork: What do you need done? You can find it here! Upwork is a great place to find someone to get things done virtually. If you need designs, or a VA, you can check here.
3 Minute Expert By Ray Higdon: If you're at all wanting to start a blog, I highly recommend this course. Ray breaks down exactly how he built his multi-million dollar blog in this course.
Retargeting Pixels For Profit: We all know that Facebook is where everyone hangs out, but it's also where people are building their empires through paid ads. This course breaks down the power of using pixels to retarget people who've already shown an interest in your product or service. There's nobody in the world who's more targeted than that.