10 Steps To REPLACE YOUR JOB On The Internet

In my last post, I explained what Internet continuity programs are and why they’re so profitable.

In this post, I’m going to show you how to build a successful continuity program – or to be more specific, How To Build A CONSISTENT Online Business FAST Using Continuity Programs so that you can REPLACE YOUR JOB!

Step 1 – Overcome Information Overload And Focus On ONE Thing Only

With all the information out there about making money online, I’m 100% sure that you’re suffering from information overload. The first step you need to do is to overcome this illness.

Stop chasing one business opportunity after another. Stop looking for the “next big thing” because there is no “next big thing”. There is only hype attached to the “next big thing”.

Focus your mind and attention on only ONE thing – and that is to build a CONSISTENT Online Business FAST so that you can REPLACE YOUR JOB. Ignore the rest that have nothing to do with this.

Please pay special attention to the word “CONSISTENT” – you want your income to be consistent month in and month out. So what if you can generate $1000 today but fail to make any money tomorrow and the day later.

What you want is CONSISTENT income every month so that you can have a REAL business and peace of mind.

Step 2 – Learn Direct Response Marketing Skills

When soldiers go to war and fight for their country, they equip themselves with weapons and shields. You need to do the same by equipping yourself with Direct Response Marketing skills.

Why?

You are a small entrepreneur with limited budget to spend on your online business, thus you need to make the best use of your money.

You can’t afford to spend (and WASTE) BIG money like all the Fortune 500 companies. Every dollar counts, which is why you MUST learn direct response marketing skills so that you spend your money wisely on things that do WORK!

Step 3 – Learn Technical Skills

A lot of the “make money online” sites and gurus say BOLDLY that you don’t need to have ANY technical skills at all to be able to succeed in your online business.

(worse, they claim that you only need to click a few buttons on your mouse and you’ll make thousands instantly…)

I COMPLETELY DISAGREE!

Don’t cringe first at the thought of learning technical skills…

What I’m saying is that you MUST, at the very least, learn basic technical skills such as:

- how to connect your domain and hosting together so that when people type www.yourdomain.com, they are actually directed to your website

- how to create a BASIC html static web page

- how to set up a WordPress blog from scratch

No, you don’t have to learn programming. You can outsource the programming stuff to professional programmers who know what they’re doing and who can do the job A LOT BETTER and MUCH FASTER than you.

Why don’t you also outsource the three skills I mentioned above as well?

Because if you outsource even the most basic skills such as these three skills, then you’d have to wait for your technical guy to fix it for you if you need to make even the smallest change to your web page. This will take up a lot of time with the back and forth communication. Another reason is of course to cut down your expenses.

Step 4 – Create Your High Quality Freebie

Make sure that you actually create a HIGH QUALITY freebie that you give away to your website visitors in exchange for their email addresses. Don’t simply put together some low quality PLR stuff and use it as your freebie.

This will hurt your image and brand, and once it’s tarnished, it’s VERY DIFFICULT to regain and make people trust you again.

Before you create your freebie, think of it as a paid product that you’re going to sell. This way, your mind will focus on delivering high quality content since it (your mind) thinks that it’s going to be a paid product.

Step 5 – Set Up Your Squeeze Page To Capture Leads

Now that you have your freebie ready, the next step is to set up a squeeze page to capture the names and email addresses of those people who requested your freebie.

The basic HTML skills that you’ve learned earlier (in step 3) will help a lot in creating and setting up a simple squeeze page.

Of course, you should have some nice and professional (but not too fancy) design to your squeeze page and freebie, and you can do that by outsourcing this to graphic designers. This will increase your squeeze page conversion rate.

Step 6 – Create Your Continuity Program

This is the MEAT of what your customers are paying you money for. They pay you money to access your VALUABLE content to solve their problems.

The content of your continuity program, of course, have to be GOOD (as should your FREE content).

When people give their names and email addresses to get your freebie, they should be IMMEDIATELY presented with your continuity program offer.

Why immediately?

Because as mentioned in my previous post, people’s interests change VERY QUICKLY all the time. If you don’t ask for the sale immediately, then they might no longer be interested in your topic a few days later.

And one more tip: you do NOT have to create ALL the content beforehand before you actually roll out your continuity program. In fact, you only need to have the first lesson created and you’re good to go.

Step 7 – Package Your Continuity Program To Make It SELL

With tight competition in almost every market, simply presenting your “naked” continuity program for sale is not going to be good enough.

You need to MASSIVELY PACKAGE your continuity program so that it becomes irresistible and really ENTICING. Package it in such a way so that if people do not take up your continuity offer, they’ll really miss out on a lot of good, cool stuff.

You want to make your prospects think like this in their minds:

Join your continuity program = I can solve my problems

Don’t join your continuity program = My problems remain unsolved and I’ll continute to feel excruciating PAIN

Step 8 – Generate Visitors To Your Squeeze Page

I’m sure you’ve heard and seen this a thousand times before, but without visitors to your website, then everything is useless.

You can have the best continuity program in the world, but if nobody knows the existence of your program, then not a single soul is going to join your program.

This means zero sales and zero profits.

Once you have your freebie, your irresistible continuity program that is MASSIVELY PACKAGED, then you can start driving traffic to your squeeze page.

A small percentage of that traffic will be your customers, and most will just be freebie seekers who won’t join your continuity program. This is perfectly fine, because in EVERY MARKET that you operate and sell information products in, there are only a small percentage of buyers compared to freebie seekers.

Step 9 – Build DEEP Relationships With Your Leads/Subscribers

After visitors opt-in to get your freebie, they are presented with your continuity program offer. Let’s say that the conversion rate for your continuity program is 2%. This means that for every 100 people who see your offer, only 2 join your program and the remaining 98 did not join.

So what happens to these 98 people?

Simply leave them alone?

NO WAY!

What you should do is to build deep, trusting, and beneficial relationships with them via email marketing. Remember that they’ve already given you their email addresses!

Give them cool and valuable content that will help them solve their problems, and give them on a CONSISTENT basis.

Frequency is key here.

The Internet is full of scams and is filled with tons of dishonest people. You want them to receive REPETITIVE exposure from you that will result in a POSITIVE perception of you being a nice, trustworthy person whom they regard as their trusted advisor.

Step 10 – Use KILLER Email Marketing Tactics To SELL Your Continuity Program

In Step 9, you build deep relationships with your subscribers by giving them valuable free content that they can use. In Step 10, you SELL your offer.

Simply giving away free content all the time won’t make you money. SELLING your continuity program will!

Therefore, even though you often give your subscribers free content, be sure to sell to them also. Otherwise ALL your efforts will be gone to waste.

The way to do this is to have a mixture of free content and sales pitch inside EVERY EMAIL you send out. For example, you can use the following tactic:

Email 1: Free content + short sales pitch

Email 2: Free content + short sales pitch

Email 3: Free content + short sales pitch

Email 4: Free content + short sales pitch

Etc.

Where Do You Go From Here?

So there you have it, the 10 ESSENTIAL steps to building successful Internet continuity programs. If you do them correctly, you’re bound to REPLACE YOUR JOB on the Internet!

If you REALLY want to learn IN MORE DETAIL where I expand the concepts and show and teach you STEP-BY-STEP How To REPLACE YOUR JOB On The Internet Using A Continuity Program, then my GOLD Coaching is for you.

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57 Responses to “10 Steps To REPLACE YOUR JOB On The Internet”

  • Abigail Moore on May 10, 2012

    @ Stu Sensei, I totally agree with you; anyone who follows the advice given here will be able to quit their jobs and have the full comfort of working from home

  • Stu Sensei on February 26, 2012

    Thanks, this is a great article Welly.

    I can see the majority of people not being able to get over the first step: Overcome Information Overload.

    But anyone who follows this advice will be able to quit their job and enjoy the freedom and luxuries of working from home!

    Thanks and all the best!
    Stu Sensei Stirling

  • Franck Silvestre on February 7, 2012

    Hey Welly,

    I use profit theme, and I must say it’s excellent! I recommend your products to all my customers and coaching clients.

    Take care,
    Franck

  • Cell Phones Store on January 22, 2012

    I need to start at Step 1 and just focus on one thing at a time – I do have a tendency to follow any shiny object that wanders by. Focus, focus….Must focus. :) Thanks

  • Leo on December 21, 2011

    excellent tips to consider, some of them seems to be easy but i guess I have to implement them better

  • Frank on December 13, 2011

    hi Welly i use Profit theme and i’m very happy with , i’m also promoting your theme ’cause i think is really great for I.M. peopples. I got List Magnet too. Your advise are really helpful , I.M. is not so easy as many people want you to believe , but you are one talking the right way . good job .
    regard
    frank

  • Dean Kirkland on December 12, 2011

    Man I really need to get on this continuity thing. Thanks for the kick in the seat of the pants!

  • Lloyd on December 4, 2011

    Hi Welly – you have very skillfully sumarised the steps for putting in place a continuity program. I think they key is here is “consistent effort” in all the steps. As long as we are consistent in our efforts we can set out to achieve anything.

  • Janet White on November 24, 2011

    Totally agree. The next shiny marketing course is always appealing. But the real success comes with sticking with one thing that works.

  • Jim Stein on November 9, 2011

    Great blog. Yes concentrating on one task at a time is extremely important. There are so many pieces of software and plug ins etc. Don’t be distracted by the new shiny object.

    Jim

  • Peter The Musician on November 2, 2011

    Wonderful post! I like Step 3 – Learn Technical Skills. This comes useful especially when you own an ecommerce website as if you have technical skills, you can easily master the market.

  • Prasanth on October 27, 2011

    Hi,
    Great info and really appreciate your writings.
    I like the continuity concept which you have mentioned there.
    But for a newbie this takes a lot of time right ?
    Creating a high value content for free and then making them to opt-in and then make them move into our continuity program….
    seems scary for a newbie …a lot of work to do but …
    this is reality to get some decent money in the internet.
    and above all of that ,a lot of shiny objects coming our way to distract and lose our focus…

    What would be your advice for a newbie to make this online fortunes reality ?

    • Welly on October 28, 2011

      I always tell people that it is not and never will be easy. If it were easy, everyone would have gotten rich at internet marketing.

      You reap what you sow. It does take a lot of work, but the rewards at the end will be very worth it.

      For newbies, I’d say choose a business model and stick to it. Focus and don’t get distracted. If it has nothing to do with your current business, ignore.

      Get my free “replace your job” pdf too. It’s on the top right of this page.

      Best of luck!

  • JaxRolo on October 11, 2011

    This is a great Post! Your 10 steps are but this is the exact advice that people need. It is the fundamental marketing that really makes money.

    Plus it has a big focus on email marketing which is where the real money is. People always have trouble with this step.

    Good solid advice and it will help many people starting out.

  • Alex on October 3, 2011

    Great article, Welly. I especially can appreciate your remarks in item 3: “A lot of the “make money online” sites and gurus say BOLDLY that you don’t need to have ANY technical skills at all to be able to succeed in your online business.

    (worse, they claim that you only need to click a few buttons on your mouse and you’ll make thousands instantly…)

    I COMPLETELY DISAGREE!”

    For me that was a major setback when I started out. They all made it sound so easy, everybody can do this. Boy, was I in for a surprise. I soon found out that you definitely do need to have technical skills. Unless you have deep pockets and can hire/outsource most of the work.

  • Ryan Parenti on September 13, 2011

    Hi Welly,

    Your 10 steps are nothing fancy but this is the exact advice that people need. It is the fundamental marketing that really makes money.

    Plus it has a big focus on email marketing which is where the real money is.

    Good solid advice and it will help many people starting out.

    Thanks for the post!

  • Kent Watkiss on September 12, 2011

    Welly,

    This is a great post! I like what you have to say about building deep relationships and how “Frequency is key here.” I couldn’t agree more with this statement and that the fact that most people will not put in the extra effort and build relationships with their customers. Thanks for the good reading.

    Kent Watkiss

  • Angus on September 9, 2011

    Enticing continuity programs are often overlooked, when newbie marketers build campaigns. The other steps to success that you have outlined are equally valid.

    Keep up the good work!

  • Mary on August 18, 2011

    Thanks for a great post. I totally endorse the need to focus on just one project and to take consistent action every day – that is the secret to my success

  • michael on August 12, 2011

    wanted to ask if you offer the teck trainning in you program or is this something you need to outsource.

    • Welly on August 12, 2011

      Not sure what you meant by the “teck” training?

  • Dr. Clifton Thomas on August 11, 2011

    Hi Welly

    I am new to continuity programs but I am learning quickly.

    I like the way you laid out the process. It is very simplistic.

    I would like to have something for my patients that they can belong to after surgery. I am still working out the details though.

    Dr. Clifton Thomas

  • Tommy on July 26, 2011

    Great product. Thanks for sharing good info.
    I wish you the best !

    Tommy

  • Arlile on June 21, 2011

    I’ve heard about continuity programs but am rather daunted by having to come out with new and worthwhile content. What happens if you get writers block and have nothing to offer? Should we be concerned about this? – Arlie Jarels

  • Frederick on June 9, 2011

    I am happy to provide my subscribers with information but I am rather shy about asking them to buy anything. I need to work on #10 – sale pitches. thank you for the great information you pass on. – frederick sallaz

  • Lisa on June 6, 2011

    Thanks for the very helpful step by step guide! Looking forward to more detail on each step.

  • Ralph Littrell on May 27, 2011

    I love the first part of your post the “Overcome Information Overload And Focus On ONE Thing Only”. This will be the main core to make your job much easier in online job.

  • Louann Chho on May 27, 2011

    Number #1 – FOCUS. That is my weak spot. I’m easily distracted in my internet marketing business. There are about as many ways to make money as there are internet marketers and one idea sounds better than the next. It’s taken me a long time to feel confident enough of my current path to stick to it and not be swayed by others’ successes.

  • Josh on May 24, 2011

    I really enjoyed reading your post. I’m an online freelancer and I’m planning to build my own online business. I think I need to do more research on my chosen niche market. I’m still thinking of a product to sell.

  • Charles on May 23, 2011

    I need help in learning how to connect the dots…
    I need what you were talking about in your presentation to focus on one thing at a time and follow through to completion… What do you have that can help do just that… do you have coaching club to help someone become an Internet Marketer.. step by step
    Thanks,
    Charles Grooms

  • ImGetnUpnOut on May 22, 2011

    Welly,Oh MY!! How I wish I had found U 6-7 months ago.Had i!I wouldn’t be here & so “infected” today. “Infected” ?? Do what U ask? HOW? It’s an “infection” known as IOL Information Over Load! Which is why I’m so glad to have come across your site!! Thanks 2 Kevin Fahey & his PLR Downloads site.I’m here. Now I may NOT!! NOW I can make my way to the TOP. David & ImGetnUpnOut of Thanks 2U. I’ll CYA there.

  • marcus on May 7, 2011

    Hello… I agree with Hanshans…your affiliate sysrem are great. Best article which iread here is for backlinking method. You write nice guide 4 beginners too. Thank you 4 nice reading. Marcus

  • American Rag on May 1, 2011

    I am a firm believer on this statement you mentioned, “Stop looking for the “next big thing” because there is no “next big thing”. There is only hype attached to the “next big thing”.”
    I realized it is true as soon as I have my own online job.

  • Joy on March 26, 2011

    Hi Welly,

    I really hope that your program can help me get out of my stressful job and work at home with a consistent income. As a newbie, I need your patience and constant support.
    Thank you
    Joy

  • John Linnell on March 17, 2011

    I can’t find any word except “Spectacular”. Congratulations on a job well done. I wish I could afford a chance to work with this marvelous program, but I’m sure it is way out of my reach.

  • Theodor Hoffmann on March 14, 2011

    very nice. Thanks for these step-by-step guidline – I love those!

    Best regards
    Theodor Hoffmann

  • joe Vernacchio on March 3, 2011

    Hey Welly,
    You know you are really the only one that catches my attention when you email me. after My friend ordered Profit Themes At the Promo price you were offering it in feb., i was sold! you also do stand by what you teach because i also pick up the incredible freebie of 10 hot niche minisites. you really know what your talking about and I only wish I knew half as much as you. I am getting overwelmed by alot. Mostly the Niche website thing. I got out of the MLM memberships and now I am Trying to build A nice little site that will make just any kind of money! I have been in this thing for about 2 months and really haven`t did too much. I think I have a good Domain name but Content, SEO, and Design needs to improve. But I will continue to be at attention to your emails and hope I also may be able to “REPLACE MY JOB” someday!
    may God Bless You WELLY!
    Joe V.

  • Jozsef Derek on February 24, 2011

    Hi Welly, I try to make money since 2009 with internet marketing still no luck with it. I spent serious time and money on various packages without succeeding. My mind absolutely overloaded with the different offers every day. I give a try with your system because you are very honest and giving.

    Thanks: Joe

  • Hanshans on February 23, 2011

    Hello,
    my english is not the best ;-) , but i love your Products(Profitstheme) and your affiliate system. That´s the best for german marketers , maybe you can change the language ;-) also in German ;-) for Profitstheme ;-) .
    Best Regards Hanshans from Germany

  • adrianlee on February 17, 2011

    I agree that overcoming information overload is the first step you need to take. Choose one to do one thing, and put whatever you have learnt into action. That’s my best way of getting started and actually get things done.

  • Steve Lewis on February 17, 2011

    This is a very concise list and straight to the point, which is what I like. I just started out-sourcing in Jan. of 2011 and it has been a great experience. I would highly recommend it for anyone who is ready to become a manager instead of a “do it all.” It can be very good for your sanity.

  • rusliesophian on January 2, 2011

    Hi Welly,

    Thanks for sharing good info. At the moment I’m in the process building up my list.

  • harmen batubara on December 18, 2010

    Hi welly I like your suggestion about outsourcing, pay the best one and get quality, John Chows have the same idea too; for me it should be clear you are as a blogger or as a business man, yeah it is good try to combine it but still have a big different and if you not aware about it would make you lost the money…www.harmenbatubara.com

  • Craig Sowerby on November 29, 2010

    Hi Welly,

    It’s an awful shame when newbie marketers come into the Internet Marketing niche. They are bombarded with offers and don’t know which way to turn.

    “INFORMATION OVERLOAD” Have a plan stick to it and do not get side tracked until you have completed it. Even simple things like writing articles and submitting them to directories.

    You will need to learn new skills and it is in you best interest to do so, because once you have mastered them then you can outsource and make sure they are right. If you outsource everything from day one how are you supposed to know if your new employer is doing it correct.

    Learn > Plan > Action.

    Craig

    • Welly on November 29, 2010

      Spot on Craig! Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment :)

  • Cheryl Jones on November 20, 2010

    I think you have a very good list here of things to learn. It is necessary to learn some basic technical skills so you are not dependant on others. Being able to create a simple squeeze page on your own is important and if you can create the whole sales funnel, so much the better.

  • Jumpa on November 11, 2010

    Great step, big picture for me as newbie, thanks very much, i’ll try to walk along this steps.

  • Sander Feliz on September 8, 2010

    It is important to focus one thing first because it will be easy for you to identify an appropriate strategy or technique in making it effective.

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  • Welly on January 1, 2010

    @Peter: I celebrate both the new year and the Chinese new year :)

    Have a good one!

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