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John Thornhill

Free Monthly Websites 2.0

There has been an update to the extremely popular Free Monthly Websites that John Thornhill and Dave Nicholson launched in 2006. Since then over 37,000 people joined the program, not just to get the free niche website each month, but also to use the informational materials provided to learn how to use the free site to earn income. Not just with these sites, but relating to making money with internet marketing generally.

Free Monthly Websites 2.0 gives you a professionally produced website every month  in a carefully selected and popular niche. To make money, four different streams of affiliate products are promoted with your personal affiliate ID, Clickbank, Adsense, resell rights and Free Monthly Websites 2.0 itself. Each site contains targeted ads and when these ads are clicked on or people buy the products recommended, you get paid a commission.

For those who would like to change their sites to make them different from other free sites, Free Monthly Websites 2.0 has a premier membership which is currently available for only $10 a month. This low cost gives you more themes & content so you can personalise & optimise your sites as well as have more ads & extra support & training.

This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who would like to make a bit (or a lot) of extra cash from internet marketing.

Best wishes
Trish

Publishing Your Own Book

Have you ever thought of turning your eBooks into physical books?

If the thought has never crossed your mind you should think about it.

I’m guessing you may be thinking that the book publishing process is hard work, but I’d like to tell you about a new product from John Thornhill that could make you think differently and may be just the answer you are looking for. John has created a video series showing you how you can turn an eBook you have rights to into a physical book in under an hour.

Here are some advantages of converting your eBooks to books.

  • You Gain More Credibility. As a book author you instantly gain more credibility as you are seen as an expert.
  • You Have Another Autopilot Business. If you choose not to sell on eBay and from your website you can still sell from websites such as Amazon and the whole process is 100% automated.
  • You Get More Exposure. Your book can be seen on the worlds leading online bookstores such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble. This gives your name, and therefore your business more exposure.
  • You Have Another Way To Generate An Affiliate Income. Yes, you can still generate an affiliate income from your book and you will be shown exactly how to do it.
  • You Have Another Product To Sell On eBay. With the current eBay rules you cannot sell an eBook as a digitally delivered item. However, if you convert your eBook to a book you instantly have another product to sell on eBay.
  • You Have Another Way To Generate Traffic. You can still add links to your existing products in your book, just as you would with an eBook.

The real beauty is John has also figured out a way to sell this book via online bookstores such as Amazon and you don’t have to lift a finger because when a book is sold they are printed and distrubuted automatically. In fact all you have to do is spend the money you earn from the book sales!

Since an ebook is just an electronic book, this process would be useful for many other purposes besides internet marketing, perhaps publishing your family tree, an instruction guide, recipe book – anything at all as long as it is in digital format.

Visit the link below to find out more.

http://r7-

sydney.webserversystems.com/~trishfin/Recommends/ebook2book

Regards,

Trish

John Thornhill’s Coaching Program

Report at the end of John Thornhill’s 16 Week Coaching Program

I am very grateful to John for putting his coaching program together and wish I had been able to do it several years ago before I got into the bad habit of flitting from one idea to another and getting nowhere financially.

Each time I discovered a great new product, I had to have it while there was a special offer, the result being that I didn’t focus on one process and apply myself to it. For example, I purchased John’s product, Resale Rights Blueprint when it first came out, approx one year ago, worked through about the first 4 days, then drifted off to look at something else. If I had just continued with Resale Rights Blueprint till the end, it would have been bringing me in a nice income by now as I had all the information I needed to launch a successful business.

So when I was able to join the 16 week coaching program, I jumped at the chance, believing it would force me to stay on one course. In fact I am still behind. The 16 weeks have gone by and I still don’t have my product, Online Home Business Success on clickbank, but I don’t feel that I have failed this time because I am still working on getting it listed and I expect this to be completed in one or two more weeks.

The experience has brought home to me again that it doesn’t matter how good the course material is, if you don’t put the work in, you won’t succeed. We are each responsible for making success happen in our own lives, no-one else can do it for us, no matter how much they would like to or how good their programme is.

John’s training material is excellent, very detailed and easy to follow, even for beginners. Although I was already familiar with many of the processes in the earlier weeks, such as getting domain name, hosting and FTP, the videos were still very helpful as a refresher and to learn a different and sometimes easier way of doing things. The later lessons have expanded and focussed my internet marketing education so that I now believe I have enough knowledge to create and market many more new products.

This increased confidence in my own ability to succeed with internet marketing, despite all the doubts and negative comments of people around me is a big bonus. Having the coaching material always available for students to refer back to at any time is like the safety net under a tight-rope walker.

I understand that it won’t happen overnight, but I have a determination to make this succeed that I didn’t have before.

Summing up, I thank John sincerely for putting this program together, for all the help he gives his students and for the value he puts into all his products. His genuine desire to help people shows through and is greatly appreciated.

Let Them Know When You Change Any Details

Today I received a very important message about keeping up to date and how not doing so could be very costly to you in the long term.

I was reading John Thornhill’s blog tonight and he mentioned that many of the emails he was sending out promoting other people’s products were dead links!

Maybe you can relate to how stupid this is if you imagine you have a bricks and mortar shop selling socks and the guy in the shop just along the road sells shoes. Now, you’ve got this arrangement where every time someone buys a pair of shoes at his shop, he tells them that you sell great socks and recommends you go and have a look. Wouldn’t this help you make some sales? Sure it would!

But what if they came along to you and you didn’t have any socks – you decided it wasn’t worth while anymore, or you couldn’t be bothered, you decided to sell handbags instead – whatever reason – wouldn’t you let the guy selling shoes know? Explain that socks weren’t very profitable these days & ask to do a deal about handbags? I’m sure you would – apart from being good business sense, it’s plain good manners.

But, you don’t bother telling him – how do you think he’d feel when he found out? A bit peeved? Probably. Likely to send any more business your way? I don’t think so. Have you helped your business? NO.

Having affiliates who send you referrals is just the same as the arrangement between the shoe seller and the sock seller. It’s a business arrangement and you need to communicate any changes that occur.

So check your sites and your links and make sure they’re up to date. You work hard to win traffic, especially targeted traffic; it’s a crime to let such referrals go to waste. I’ll be checking mine, too. Thank you John.