Since Early 2015, I started using a credit card processor called Stripe.com. See stripe is exactly like PayPal however when you reach a certain point in your business, you can no longer rely on PayPal.com alone to generate sales online. PayPal has its own ups and downs and in order to run a seamless checkout process that is easy for you and your customers, you would need a credit card processor like the ones big online companies use. Now the reason why I use stripe is because before using them, I used so many other credit card processors like: Authorize.net Easy pay Direct and many more to name them all here. However the problem with these credit card processors, is they have a very long and annoying vetting process before allowing you to use their processing platform. Things like doing a credit check on you, background checks, and you had to be producing a specific number of sales volume in order to even be able to work with them. To top it off, their processing fee were outrageous. So the whole process was a nightmare. On the other hand Stripe is Just like PayPal, you just signup as you would with PayPal and start using their credit card processor right away and the best part is, it works a million times better than Authorize.net, and Easy Pay Direct etc.. Now here is the other problem that every online marketer used to face when using these credit card processors including stripe. It …
Hey everyone; I shot a FB live video few days ago and I wanted to share it with you all here for those who could not attend the live event. Here is a recap of what we discussed: Point #1: What it really takes to succeed online – Never giving up – just because someone is already doing it does not mean you can’t.. All it means is offer better service than they are at the same or cheaper price point Point #2: What it really takes to sell online – knowing your numbers – What I do is drive 1,000 visitors (i LEARNED THIS FROM FOLLOWINGFrank Kern Mass Control training from back in 2008.. This usually gives me a clear indicator in which direction I should be heading. – Once I know my Stats I can scale my revenue which takes us to: Point #3: What you need to do to make it all happen – Scale what is working. its all about Leverage. – knowing and looking at your stats from point #2 helps you see what you need to do to double and triple your revenue. The cool part is, once you know your exact math; you’re RICH !!! because now you can scale.. This is all you have to do KNOW YOUR MATH, THEN SCALE SCALE SCALE !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Social media is an integral part of any online marketing, and with each social media site competing to stay on the cutting edge, everybody is making changes and adding updates. Facebook often leads the way, but websites like Yelp!, LinkedIn, and Twitter have all made recent changes. In order to help keep you up to date on the most recent changes, here is a list of something things you may need to know. Facebook Facebook has been using a program called Instant Articles to help improve the loading time of articles. Until now, Facebook has been catering to handful of large content providers and publishers, such as BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post, Slate, and others. However, this service will be available to all publishers as of April 12, 2016. That means that if you are a content producer, with a short set up process and an RSS feed, you could have your posts streaming onto Facebook in real time. Facebook, like Google, even has its own analytics, so you can track your readers’ behaviour. Facebook has also been trying to eat up some of YouTube’s viewers with Facebook Video and will be improving its video tracking system. As Chris Crum from WebProNews reports, Facebook has “announced new features for video ads to help advertisers better communicate their messages and capture viewers’ attention with automated captioning for sound-off videos, new metrics, and Moat integration/in-view buying.” In addition to this, Facebook will also be offering a tracking system that functions much like an …