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3 Ways To Use Outsourcing To Grow Your Business & Free Up Your Time

Outsourcing a host of specific tasks and activities is an incredible opportunity for you to grow your business while you perform only your most valuable work you love to do.

That’s because if you try to do everything in your business all by yourself, you’re going to run out of time every day to do what you need to do.

Sure, your business will still grow if you try to do everything yourself… but very slowly.  However a set of tasks you have and may take you months to complete may only take a few days or a week to complete when you hire professionals to do them for you.

But this doesn’t mean you can just willy-nilly toss your money at freelancers and expect your business to grow automagically. Truth is, you need to be smart about outsourcing.

Your business is full of hundreds of tasks, so you need to invest your resources in the tasks that will accelerate your business growth. These essential tasks fall into three categories:

  1. Identifying Gaps. These are the gaps in where your business is now versus where you want it to be.
  2. Creating or Upgrading Assets. These are items like products which generate profits.
  3. Improvements & Upgrades. These are the tasks you outsource which allow you to make better use of your own time.

Let’s look at each of these categories in more detail…

Outsourcing Category #1: Gaps

I don’t know a single business owner that doesn’t have gaps in their business, which is the distance between where they are and where they want or need to be. I’m sure you have gaps too, such as:

  • Places where you’re stuck and can’t move forward. For example, you can’t finish the copy for a product until the product is finished. You can’t put the sales copy on a site until the website is up and running.
  • Things you don’t know how to do. For example, perhaps you don’t know how to set up a WordPress blog or write sales copy
  • Places where you face a deadline that you can’t meet. For example, perhaps you promised your partners a specific date for a product launch, but now you know your deadline was overly optimistic and you won’t be able to meet it.
  • When life gets in the way. Perhaps something has happened in your personal life, such as a death in the family, illness or a new baby. Outsourcing can keep your business running and profitable while you deal with personal issues.
  • When you face an unexpected crisis. Perhaps your website got hacked or your computer crashed. Outsourcing can help you get back up and running.

So as you can see, there are quite a few things you can outsource in this category, depending on your wants, needs and your business goals.

Let me give you some specific examples of tasks you can outsource that will help you fill in the gaps in your business:

  • Set up a website. This includes designing the site and installing any necessary scripts.
  • Manage the technical details of your website on an ongoing basis. For example, you could hire someone to manage your databases and update your scripts.
  • Create an autoresponder series. You could have this person create a five-part mini course designed to promote a specific product.
  • Plan a pay per click advertising strategy. This person could also manage your PPC advertising campaigns on an ongoing basis.
  • Plan a social media marketing strategy. You might have someone plan one aspect (such as Facebook marketing), or help you plan and integrate all major social media platforms into your overall marketing plan.
  • Find and recruit affiliates. This person could also manage your affiliate program on an ongoing basis, such as by running contests, sending out motivational emails to affiliates, sending payments (if you’re using a self hosting affiliate program), and other management tasks.
  • Create content for your blog. This includes ongoing how to articles, tips articles, product reviews and other content.
  • Write content for guest blogging. You can also hire someone to locate these sorts of lucrative guest blogging opportunities, and contact the blog owners on your behalf.
  • Create a sales letter for your site. Your copywriter can also create other sales materials to support the sales letter, such as a video sales letter script, solo emails and pay per click ads.
  • Write a report. This could be a freebie to get people into your sales funnel, a paid product, or a bonus product to go along with your main offers.
  • Design an infographic. You can hire someone to put together the design only, or you can hire someone to do all the research as well.
  • Develop an app. This could be a lead magnet or a paid product. It might even be a web-based app you offer to members of your membership site.
  • Improve conversions. This person could test, track and tweak your sales letters, ads and overall marketing campaigns.
  • Scout out lucrative advertising opportunities. This person can find ad venues and report back to you about the cost, the site’s demographics, as well as their impressions of the overall quality of the site. 
  • Arrange interviews and other publicity opportunities for you. For example, your person can land interview spots with local media, as well as national outlets such as talk radio. This person can also create and submit regular press releases.
  • Convert your text products into other formats. For example, this person could convert a book into an audio, video or even a Kindle book.
  • Optimize your website for the search engines (SEO). Your SEO specialist can optimize your site’s structure and content, as well as do a link-building campaign.
  • Plan a viral marketing campaign. Your consultant can help you design content and campaigns that are likely to go viral. Some freelancers even have connections or networks to help kick start the initial viral effect.
  • Plan a sales funnel. If you tend to get caught up in the small details and not see the big picture, you may want to hire someone to help you plan your entire sales funnel.
  • Do market research. This will help you identify profitable niches and products.

Think of it this way:  outsourcing in this way allows you to reach a place where you make money that you would otherwise miss out on.  Why not spend $25, $100, or $500 in order to make two, five, or ten times more?

Example: Perhaps you pay someone to create a report that costs you $300. Over the next couple of weeks you sell a couple of hundred copies of this report for $10 a pop ($2000 total), which builds your customer list and nets you a profit of $1700. That’s a good way to grow your business.

Now let’s look at the next category:

Category #2: Assets

These are the aspects of your business that directly turn a profit for you today as well as over the long term. If you were to sell your business, you’d be able to sell these assets as part of the business.

Your assets include things such as:

  • Reports
  • Ebooks
  • Videos
  • Audios
  • Apps
  • Websites
  • Your mailing lists (customers, prospects and joint venture/affiliate lists)

… and any other products or properties you own.

This category is all about your return on your investment (ROI). You pay $X for a particular asset, and then you make $Y in profit.  Let me give you specific examples:

Example 1: A Video Product

Let’s suppose you’re creating a step-by-step “how to” video product in your niche. Let’s suppose you get someone to create the script for you for $500, and you get someone else to create the video for $1500. That’s a $2000 investment.

Now let’s suppose you sell this product for $40. Once you hit 50 customers, you’ve recouped your investment. Every customer thereafter is a $40 frontend profit, and everything you make on the backend is yours to keep.

Example 2: A PLR Package

There are two ways to go with this example.

·      The first way is to create a PLR package that you sell to others. For example, perhaps you get a product created for $1000, and then you charge $100 for the PLR (private label rights) license fees. After the 10th license you’ve recouped your investment, and every sale after that is profit.

·      The second example is to purchase PLR content and then hire someone to tweak the content. This example has a bigger potential for long-term profits, since you can sell the content for as long as you want. (E.G., there are no license limits.)

For example, you purchase the content and license for $100. You pay someone else another $100 to tweak the product so it’s more unique. That’s a $200 investment. Now you sell this product for $15. By the time you’ve made your 14th sale, you’ve already more than recouped your investment.

Example 3: An App, Plugin or Other Software

Software products tend to be among the most expensive to outsource, due to both the skill involved and the time it takes to code and develop this sort of project.  However, you can often charge a premium price for these products as well.

For example, let’s suppose you get a piece of software developed for $5000, and you charge $197 for the end product. It just takes 26 sales before you’ve recouped your investment and you’re starting to pocket a profit.

Example 4: A Turnkey Package

Let’s suppose you want to sell a new product and outsource the whole enchilada. Below you’ll find an example of the cost for each piece of this package:

·      The main product (an ebook), $1000

·      Two bonuses, $700

·      A freebie report to get people onto the prospect mailing list, $300

·      The sales letter to sell this package, $1000

·      Someone to set up the website (such as installing WordPress), $200 

That’s $3200 total.

Let’s suppose you sell the product and bonuses for $50. You just need 64 sales to recoup your investment. But the cool thing is you’ll have all these assets that you can profit from for years to come, including the product, two bonuses, the freebie, the customer mailing list and the prospect mailing list. Together, this collection is darn near priceless.

Do you see how this works?

So now let’s have a look at the final important category…

Outsourcing Category #3: Upgrades

The idea here is that you outsource so that you can “upgrade” the use of your own time.

For example, you can outsource:

  • Things you don’t know how to do. Sometimes your time is better spent working on high-value tasks as opposed to learning how to do certain other tasks.

For example, maybe outsourcing an infographic is smarter than taking the time to learn how to do it yourself. Or perhaps you’d rather hire someone to develop your site as opposed to learning the coding language yourself.

  • Things you don’t want to do. If you really just hate a task, you may find yourself procrastinating on it, or you may find yourself rushing through it and not getting a very good end result. This is the sort of stuff you can outsource.

For example, if writing a blog posts is worse than pulling teeth for you, then outsource it to someone else. Or if you hate messing with the accounting and tax end of your business, then get yourself an accountant to keep the books.

  • Things you’re not very good at. Maybe you know a certain task just doesn’t fall in your skill set, in which case you should outsource.

For example, you can hire someone else to create the graphics for your site. Or perhaps you find that your sales copy couldn’t sell shoes to Imelda Marcos, in which case you can hire a good copywriter to do this work for you.

  • Low-value tasks. Even if there are certain things you know how to do, your time would simply be better spent elsewhere.

For example, hiring someone else to deal with the day-to-day customer service inquiries frees your time to focus on a high-value task, such as finding joint venture partners.

So, the bottom line is that you can outsource many tasks to grow your business. However, be smart about it, because your business will grow even faster if you focus on Gaps, Assets and Upgrades.

I’d love to hear how from you in the comments below on how you are outsourcing tasks and activities in your business.

Talk soon,

Rocky

P.S. Outsourcing your list building activities are are great way build your email list, but as we’ve discussed in other posts, running a Product launch is one of the fastest ways to not only build your list, but generate Social Proof and make a large number of sales quickly. To learn how to launch your product successfully, check out Jeff Walker’s free Product Launch Masterclass here.

PLUS: When you’re ready, here are 3 ways I can help you to grow your business using product launches:

1. How To Build A Profitable Launch List.
Building an email list is critical if you plan on doing a launch for your product, service or business. List Warrior will show you a proven way to use free software to build a responsive list of prospects who are ready to buy from you during your launch. Click Here.

2. How To Create The Perfect Product 
Creating a product that is perfect for your audience does not need to be difficult. How To Create The Perfect Product shows you how to build high value products your audience will love one after the other. Click Here.

3. How To Attract Buyers To Join Your Launch List So They Can Purchase Your Perfect Product.
Once you have created your Product Launch List and your Perfect Product is ready to go, you need to attract people into your world so they can buy from you. One Minute Free Traffic gives you a proven way to attract buyers with ‘Automated Traffic Machines’ so you can send those people to your optin page, your sales page, your Facebook Group or anywhere else you choose.    To learn more Click Here.

And don’t forget to check this out 🙂

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Case Study – Now NOT To Handle A Membership Site Cancellation (And What To Do Instead)

As you know, a Membership Site, SAAS or some kind of business where people pay monthly subscriptions is usually seen as far more valuable than one where people make one off purchases because the income tends to be more reliable. You can start off each month knowing roughly how much you will earn based on the previous months’ income, plus new subscribers and minus cancellations.

In addition to buyers being happy to pay a higher earnings multiple for subscription business than for other businesses, banks like lending for subscription businesses and Venture Capital investors are more comfortable funding them if you want to raise capital

That’s why one of your main goals is to keep existing subscribers happy with great content and/or services, while doing everything you can to attract new subscribers.

Of course you are going to have attrition because people will cancel their subscription for a whole bunch of reasons, and you are never going to know why unless you ask them. Even then, some people aren’t going to tell you the real reason. They just aren’t.

How NOT To Treat Your Membership Site Members

With this background, I thought I’d share an example of how NOT to respond to somebody who cancels their subscription to your product or service.

As you know, I am an active trader and I’m a member of a number of large trading and investing Facebook groups. My own Facebook group has about 3,400 members, with around 800 of them active participants.

I’m always on the lookout for products and services to help other members with their analysis and trading education, and when I find something truly worthwhile I share it in my group and sometimes in other groups where that is allowed.

For the last few months I’ve been subscribing to a trading service from a guy who thinks very much like me. He’s had pretty good results overall, and I was relatively happy with the updates he was sharing.

Thing is I prefer to do my own analysis, and the outside influence from him was becoming more of a distraction than a benefit. So yesterday before my next month’s payment was due, I cancelled my subscription.

A few minutes later, I received this message from the owner (I’ve redacted his details to protect his identity):

Membership Site

As you can see, his message is highlighted and reads, LOL you let the volatility get you didn’t you? Probably overleveraged too?

Now sending a message like this to someone who’s been a trader and investor in markets for over 25 years is about as arrogant and condescending as somebody can be. It is the sort of thing that can undo months or years of goodwill with just 12 words.

I was pretty shocked, but here’s the initial reply I sent back:

membership Site

I was initially just going to move on but after getting over my initial shock that somebody who knows nothing about me could make such a ridiculous and uninformed assumption based on zero evidence, I thought this might be a teaching moment that could help him in the future.

Here’s the message I sent a few minutes later:

Membership Site

As you can tell, I was a little pissed off but I wanted to point out it’s not a good idea to make assumptions about why people do anything. There is never any upside to doing that, there is only ever downside.

A few minutes later I received this reply:

Membership Site

I was speechless…

So Let’s Pull This Reply Apart And Examine It Step By Step

In the first line he writes: “I’m pretty sure I hit the nail on the head”. So right up front he is calling me a liar. So far he’s off to a great start if he wants to lose any future business from me.

In the next few lines he doubles down: “I need to get rid of novice emotional traders. You folks are just too draining, always needing babysitting during every correction, always overleveraging despite my best efforts to stop you from doing that.”

The arrogance and patronising superiority dripping from these few lines is breathtaking. He is saying that anyone who cancels their subscription, regardless of the reason, is a stupid, clingy newbie who isn’t worth his time.

Nice…

Then he brings it home with this clanger: “Better to just clean out these people. I can’t teach them and I can’t prevent them from destroying their portfolios no matter how hard I try.”

Talking down to one person like this using terms such as “You folks” and “these people” is never going to endear them to you. As you can imagine it’s more likely to infuriate them.

Again, there’s zero upside to doing this.

I didn’t reply back because any further correspondence seemed futile at that point.

So What Can You Learn From This?

1. Only Good News By Email

Only ever use email for GOOD News. If you have to share bad news or something negative with somebody else, do it in person, on the phone, over Skype, Zoom or some other way you can do it personally.

That way people can hear your voice inflections and tone, (and potentially see your body language and other non-verbal cues), and you can deal with misunderstandings immediately so things don’t go pear shaped.

There are countless ways an email message can be mis-read, misunderstood, misconstrued, or mis-interpreted which can turn an innocent communication into a relationship destroying disaster.

Remember, only Good News by email

2. The customer is always right (even when they are a pain in the arse or wrong)

There are going to be numerous occasions when you’d like to unload on a customer or client because of something they said or did. The way to handle it is NOT to write a message like the one above and then blast it back while you are angry or emotional.

By all means, you may want to write a message expressing your anger and frustration and why the customer is wrong, why he is a moron or why she is a complete dumb-arse. That’s fine.

The important thing to remember is once you’ve pounded out a message like that, walk away, take a breath, calm down, and then DELETE it.

Then either leave the issue alone, contact the person personally, or write a more constructive message (more on this below).

It doesn’t matter what type of business you are in, but particularly if you have a Membership Site, SAAS or other subscription business, losing a customer can end up being very expensive.

Second And Third Order Consequences

We always have to consider the second and third order consequences of every decision we make, so let’s do a hypothetical example based on the situation we’ve been discussing.

After receiving the message pointing out my character flaws and explaining how I suck as a customer, what are the potential Second and Third order consequences that could come from that?

Probably nothing positive, that’s for sure.

If the person receiving a message like this is an angry keyboard warrior (which I am not) your reputation could be trashed online to the point you may not be able to recover. Social Media has given everyone a megaphone and some people just love to spread bile, hate and negativity wherever they go.

I’m sure you know what I mean.

A disgruntled customer can:

  • Leave a negative Google Review which can permanently destroy your reputation
  • Trash talk you in Facebook Groups, on Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and any one of dozens of other Social Media sites. Depending on how determined they are, they could potentially reach millions of people with a negative message about your business and there’s often nothing you can do to stop the bleeding. You could find yourself ‘Cancelled’ with no recourse. If the mob comes for you they don’t care about facts or logic or inclusion or diversity or anything like that. They just want you destroyed.
  • Report you to all types of overbearing Government Regulators who love prying into the affairs of businesses looking for any kind of potential malfeasance so they can prosecute and shame you
  • Burn through hours of time for you or your customer support people in an effort to rectify their grievance, regardless of how minor it may be

As I said, there is plenty of downside. No upside.

On the other hand, by finding our exactly why a customer cancelled their subscription (or asked for a refund), you have a great opportunity to remedy any issues and reactivate a subscriber or sell them something else, either immediately or in the future.

What Are The Potential Second Order Consequences?

First up, a reactivated customer is going to immediately start paying you again, and for a digital subscription business such as a Membership Site the cost of adding one more member is basically zero. The entire amount is profit because you have no marketing or fulfilment costs. It’s probably the closest thing to free money you can find.

Next up, a happily reactivated subscriber who feels heard and appreciated is likely to share their positive experience on Social Media and could potentially generate a lot of new subscribers for your business.

Let’s Do Some Numbers

Let’s do some basic numbers based on a $50 per month subscription being shared with members of my own Facebook Group.

To start with there’s $50 per month which equals $600 per year from my subscription.

Then if I share the service with my 3,400 Group members and over time 5% of them decide to join, it could lead to $600 per year multiplied by say 170 members = $102,000 per year

Third Order Consequences

But it gets even better when we look out further.

If we apply a multiple of 5 times revenue to this amount to work out the increase in the business’s value from reactivating this one customer and gaining their referrals, we get $513,000. This increase in the business’s value is an true asset that can be leveraged even further.

In our trading example, let’s say the owner goes to a financier or bank and has a line of credit approved for 50% of that $513,000 which is $256,500.

As we all know, the stock market has a habit of rising for periods of time and then crashing every few years. The great thing is traders and investors know that after every crash, the market always recovers and eventually makes a new high.

What if our trader waited for the next crash and then ploughed the $256,500 in funds from the overdraft into stocks that are now worth half the price they were a few months ago or even less, knowing they will eventually recover?

This Can Become A True Wealth Building Opportunity…

Now this is only one option for leveraging the increased value of the traders business just by being good to customers and not being an arsehole when somebody cancels their subscription.

Other options could be bringing in Venture Capital partners to fund future growth, or selling part of the business to generate a bit payday, or creating a Hedge Fund, or any number of other ideas.

A Better Idea

So now you’ve seen the potential opportunity of NOT burning customers with sanctimony and condescension, what would be a better option for working with a subscriber who cancels their membership?

What if we started by thanking the subscriber for their previous business, found out why they cancelled (or why they asked for a refund), and then went out of our way to restore and even strengthen the relationship?

What might that look like?

Well, it could start with an email saying something like this:

___________________

Hey Rocky,

First of all I’d like to thank you for being a subscriber for the last 6 months, I truly appreciate your business.

I noticed you’ve just cancelled your subscription and I wanted to reach out personally and make sure everything is okay. I try really hard to make the newsletter as helpful as I can, and I apologise if the things I’ve been sharing didn’t suit your needs at the moment.

So I can improve the newsletter and make it more relevant for you, I’d really appreciate you letting me know what made you decide to cancel your subscription today.

Please be as frank and honest as you like. I truly want to know how I can improve the service to meet your needs.

To let me know why you cancelled and what we can do to improve the newsletter, please hit reply and share your thoughts.

Thankyou again for giving us a try,

Warm regards,

Rocky

P.S. I’m really serious about hearing back from you, and I will read your feedback personally. Please hit reply right now and let me know what made you decide to cancel and how we can improve.

___________________

Not everyone is going to reply, but many people will. When you hear their feedback you (or somebody on your team) can work with them to personally overcome any issues and in many cases reactivate them again.

Maybe you could offer them a bonus for coming back on board, or a reduced rate, or personal coaching from somebody on your team, or extra training and support. Whatever they need, offer it to them if it’s within your power.

Remember, every subscriber you reactivate is potentially worth thousands, tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars to you over time. Make people an irresistible offer to reactivate their subscriptions and watch the cash roll in.

I hope you have found this post helpful, and if you have any questions, feel free to post them in the comments below or get in touch using the contact page.

Thankyou for reading,

Warm regards,

Rocky

P.S. Being able to create a Perfect Product is a great start, but you also need a way to generate sales in a consistent way. Running a Product launch is a proven way to not only build your list, but generate Social Proof and make a large number of sales quickly. To learn how to launch your product successfully, check out Jeff Walker’s free Product Launch Masterclass here.

PLUS: When you’re ready, here are 3 ways I can help you to grow your business using product launches:

1. How To Build A Profitable Launch List.
Building an email list is critical if you plan on doing a launch for your product, service or business. List Warrior will show you a proven way to use free software to build a responsive list of prospects who are ready to buy from you during your launch. Click Here.

2. How To Create The Perfect Product 
Creating a product that is perfect for your audience does not need to be difficult. How To Create The Perfect Product shows you how to build high value products your audience will love one after the other. Click Here.

3. How To Attract Buyers To Join Your Launch List So They Can Purchase Your Perfect Product.
Once you have created your Product Launch List and your Perfect Product is ready to go, you need to attract people into your world so they can buy from you. One Minute Free Traffic gives you a proven way to attract buyers with ‘Automated Traffic Machines’ so you can send those people to your optin page, your sales page, your Facebook Group or anywhere else you choose.    To learn more Click Here.

And don’t forget to check this out 🙂

How to Earn $20 in 20 Minutes With Any Topic, Niche or Hobby

How Product Launches Can Generate Asymmetrical Returns

Most people who have never used the Product Launch Formula process to launch or relaunch a product or service tend to underestimate just how much leverage you can generate from the focused attention you gain from your audience.

The reason is because your launch is positioned as an Event instead of just a sale or special offer people can grab any old time. The returns can be truly asymmetrical, meaning you have a small amount of potential risk, but the potential to generate a huge return.

To give you an example from my own business of helping people to learn to analyse markets (stocks, commodities, cryptocurrencies, etc.), over the last 20 years I have developed and tested a simple and repeatable entry signal that helps people to find the very start of long-term, fast-moving trends in all sorts of markets.

When this signal is used according to the instructions, it gives us a defined risk if we are wrong, and an exponentially larger potential  upside. You can see what I mean in the screen shot of a chart below (you can click on the chart to open it full size in a new window):

Product Launch Stock Chart

You can see an entry was confirmed at $9.23 and an exit was signalled at $20.05 12 months later. Now you might think, “big deal” the price doubled over a year, I don’t see anything special about that.

However when you look at the potential risk of on this position at $1.50 per share, and the eventual return of $16.78 per share, you can see how asymmetrical this position was – the return was 10 TIMES the risk.

And using Product Launch Formula to launch a new product or service, or even an entire business from startup to profitability, can give you the same sort of asymmetrical return, or even more.

Your investment in PLF is $1,997 one time or you can start off with the payment plan with just $397 up front. Then you invest some time in consuming the training, creating your launch and pushing the ‘Go’ button. Most people (but not everyone) pay for their PLF purchase with their first launch.

But then you can start to improve things that weren’t perfect and launch again. Then because you have all of your launch content created and tested, you might consider asking some partners to help you promote your product to their audience in exchange for a referral fee.

When you do that you not only grow your email list exponentially (so you can make sales to their customers in the future) but you generate a bunch more sales that you only pay for based on performance.

Jeff Walker calls this the ‘Circle of Awesome’ because you can keep using the Product Launch Formula training you purchase today to grow your business (or another business) for years into the future.

That’s why the relatively small investment of time and money you make here at the beginning can generate hugely asymmetrical returns for you in the future.

At least that’s been the experience of thousands of PLF owners. Today you get the chance to join them and start the journey towards even more success in the future, regardless of how successful you have been already.

The launch of PLF 2022 is closing tomorrow so it’s decision time. If you’re ready to join us as a successful PLF owner, visit this page and grab your spot.

I’m looking forward to seeing you inside the private members’ Facebook group.

Warm regards,

Rocky Tapscott 

P.S. Being able to create a Perfect Product is a great start, but you also need a way to generate sales in a consistent way. Running a Product launch is a proven way to not only build your list, but generate Social Proof and make a large number of sales quickly. To learn how to launch your product successfully, check out Jeff Walker’s free Product Launch Masterclass here.

PLUS: When you’re ready, here are 3 ways I can help you to grow your business using product launches:

1. How To Build A Profitable Launch List.
Building an email list is critical if you plan on doing a launch for your product, service or business. List Warrior will show you a proven way to use free software to build a responsive list of prospects who are ready to buy from you during your launch. Click Here.

2. How To Create The Perfect Product 
Creating a product that is perfect for your audience does not need to be difficult. How To Create The Perfect Product shows you how to build high value products your audience will love one after the other. Click Here.

3. How To Attract Buyers To Join Your Launch List So They Can Purchase Your Perfect Product.
Once you have created your Product Launch List and your Perfect Product is ready to go, you need to attract people into your world so they can buy from you. One Minute Free Traffic gives you a proven way to attract buyers with ‘Automated Traffic Machines’ so you can send those people to your optin page, your sales page, your Facebook Group or anywhere else you choose.    To learn more Click Here.

And don’t forget to check this out 🙂

How to Earn $20 in 20 Minutes With Any Topic, Niche or Hobby

Disclaimer: If you purchase PLF through my affiliate link I may receive a referral fee from Jeff Walker, however you will pay no more to purchase the program through me than if you went directly to the Product Launch Formula website. If you would like my personal help as you create your first launch using the PLF process, check out my PLF Bonus offer here.