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30 Day Blogging Challenge Begins Monday


One of core focuses for 2013 is traffic.  Over the last year, I think we have lost site of a few core fundamental principles that have affected us in 2012.

Multiple traffic sources, both paid and free is one of them.

We have been really focused on Product development and Warrior Forum, and have lost focus on delivering quality content to our members as well as anyone else tuning into our blog or YouTube channel.

Despite the lack of focus, we still managed to get a partner channel last year on YouTube which opens a lot of additional features.

We are really excited to take our video marketing to the next level this year and will be sharing more details about that in the coming months.

Over the years, I have participated in several “30 day challenges” both from Ed Dale and his team and others including Tiffany Dow’s Squidoo Challenges.

Every time I did, two things happened.

  1. I got fired up about marketing
  2. I ended up getting a lot more traffic to my sites

I also always ended up learning something new.

Well, I think now would be a great time for a 30 day blog challenge to start the new year out right and get more traffic to our sites.

Are you up for the challenge?

My commitment for this 30 day challenge is to blog everyday for 30 days.

You will be extremely surprised at what kind of impact that type of activity can make.

Since I am your host this time, each week, I’ll also be providing updates as well a training on WordPress, and marketing that you can implement right away.

I am starting the 30 Day Blog Challenge on Monday.

I would love for you to join me, and commit to 30 days of blogging.  I guarantee you will like the results!

To get you excited about blogging, I have picked out a video from Mind Valley to see how powerful blogging can be.

If You Are Ready For The Challenge, Leave Us A Comment Below…


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Using Fiverr To Outsource Fan Page Graphics

As you may have heard on our webinars, Spencer and I have a lot of stuff done on Fiverr.

Well, Spencer has created a video for you showing how we go through and create a project on Fiverr to get graphics made for Social Commerce Plus.


If you are one of the few people that haven’t got your hands on Social Commerce Plus yet, you can check out the demo and grab a copy here:

==> http://myonlinebusiness.org/scp-outs

Now, back to outsourcing…

One of the top questions we get at Social Traffic Lab is how to we find good outsourcers on these cheap sites.

Well, up until now, we had one secret weapon

It was Fiverr All-Starrs from Alex Cass.  Alex has even recently updated the directory of the best Fiverr gigsters for internet marketers.

This is really killer, because it saves a ton of time, versus weeding through the lame gigsters and getting right to the best of the best that Alex has used himself.

You can check it out here:

==> http://myonlinebusiness.org/fiverr-outs

A couple of moths ago, I picked up a similar product, but it not only features people on Fiverr, but also some of the best providers on our favorite forum, Warrior Forum.

Our friend Marcus has compiled 155 pages of providers for all kinds of tasks from both Fiverr and WF.

You can check out Marcus’ brand new guide here:

==> http://myonlinebusiness.org/blitzkrieg-outs

I can tell you this, when I finally stopped trying to learn and do everything myself and started outsourcing, my business completely changed.

Imagine what you could do in those three hours you have wasted trying to create a reveal image for your Facebook page if you would have just outsourced it for 5 bucks on Fiverr…

You owe it to your sanity to start offloading some of the tasks you know you shouldn’t be doing.

Both of these guides make it super simple to choose the right resource and get it done on the cheap.

Hope you enjoyed the video,

Kevin & Spencer