We’ve finally ironed out the kinks in the DIY Super Traffic Machine’s delivery and our students have started sending in early feedback.
Before getting into the lesson of the day, I’d like to share with you an email we received from one of our students, which…well, I won’t deny it… pasted a big smile on my face:
“Jim,I can tell that you put your Heart into this training program…Just from reading the “Fast Start” I saw marketing and business with new eyes.
“Here’s what I mean…You mentioned that whenever we finish a task – to look and see how much it would have cost if we were bailed out…Then we will know how valuable our skills are…I have never heard anyone else mention that fact before.
“The way you have everything set up in a logical and methodical order proves that you want all of us to see the big picture (I do)…and connect the dots.
“Some people sell products but they could care less if the buyer “Fails” or “Succeed”…but that’s not how Mr. Jim operates…”Some Final Words” on page 9-10 spoke volumes about who is Jim Yaghi and what he believes.
“Thanks for sharing your vast knowledge and deep spirit with us.”–William, GA.
Thank you William, very kind of you!
William mentions something that has been on my mind more lately as I make the final edits in the 2nd module of the Super Traffic Machine.
See, at YaghiLabs, we believe in the self-reliance of the online entrepreneur.
No business is an island, of course, but to have complete control over the direction of your business, to be captain of the ship, steering the big decisions–it requires that you stand on your own two feet, make calculated decisions, and TRUST your decisions without letting anyone else captain your ship.
The way we help you gain self-reliance in your business, is first, of course, with empowerment. How else would you be able to make decisions you can trust if you don’t know right and wrong?
But more specifically, we show you how to launch your business and generate traffic into it…WITHOUT reliance on other business entities.
Plenty of marketing training claims to teach you how to build a list from scratch, but the most effective method they use (whether or not they tell you this in their product is a different story)…their best source of traffic is Joint Venture partnerships and affiliates. FACT!
Meaning, they are not truly self-reliant for their traffic. Their business does not generate its own sales and they cannot make enough money exclusively from their existing list, no matter the size.
When it comes to self-reliance, there are two kinds of people…
Those who are quick to ask for a favour…and those who will do anything to avoid it.
You’ve probably got friends who’ll ask for literally anything. A pick-up from the airport. A loan of a few bucks for lunch (they’ll never return) because they forgot their wallet at home, etc. Those people generally do not value self-reliance. They value quantity of relationships instead.
For that reason, such people maintain a high number of superficial relationships from which they can try as many people as they can until they get a “yes” for the range of favours they inevitably always need.
Self-reliant people, on the other hand, prefer not to ask for a favour if at all possible. Even if it means a great deal of inconvenience for them. Not because anyone actually enjoys hardship, but their thinking is that if they ask for a favour, they must also be equally prepared to return a favour at some later time. Goodness only knows what others will consider to be a fair exchange.
The two personalities are not compatible. And the world is made up more of the dependent type than the independent.
Which is why i realize many of my subscribers will gravitate to the first type of personality. I mean, why not ask for a favour if you have friends willing to give it and you’re prepared to give favours in return? That’s fine.
But I am generally not one of those people.
I am very independent and I enjoy the freedom that gives me to do things MY way. To be my own master and not have to answer to anyone.
As simple an example as an airport drop-off, I believe that if you take a cab you can ensure you are not sitting around waiting until 15 mins before the gate closes when your friend decides to show up to take you. You can’t really complain to a friend who’s doing you a favour, even if they do it poorly.
Similarly, many entrepreneurs, when they don’t know how to get traffic and sales themselves (or are not willing to do it in-house), are rather clever at convincing others to do the job for them.
But I don’t envy them.
For example, most Affiliate System Owners and product publishers, before they release a new product, will sit down and list the names and contact details of EVERYONE they can think of who might promote.
This is done BEFORE the product even exists.
Who can they call on to do them this favour? Who owes them?
The success of their launch depends on whether or not they can get the right backing. They will spend an infinite amount of time getting in touch with people and see who’ll help out.
Time they should be spending developing a valuable product that serves their key audience.
Now this model of traffic generation, while it could be efficient at times, it’s a real distraction from actually building your brand. You have to make compromises on your launch date so it suits high-value promoters, make special concessions in your launch strategy or promotional materials so it suits the promoter’s list, and be prepared to reciprocate the favour on any date they have to launch something–even if you’re in the middle of one of your own major promotions.
Worse yet, if you don’t know how to create those high value relationships (especially if you have little to offer today), you’re out of luck.
How do I know?
Because I’ve worked in partnership with these kinds of entrepreneurs in the past, and for a time I even built my business this way.
But I did NOT enjoy it.
And I can tell you what happens in these fabulous launches. For all the hype and exposure surrounding a well-promoted, multi-partner launch…very little money is made.
Promotion partners fall through.
And although they’ll advertise that they sold 2 million dollars of product. But come time to pay out the promotional partners, affiliates, and contest prizes, they’re lucky if they take home 500,000.
That’s a lot of sales and customers to have to support–while only benefiting from less than 25% of your customers.
Consider, on the other hand, what a typical product launch looks like at YaghiLabs.
We isolate a problem of our current audience that we know intimately. We decide a solution. We spend most of our time creating the solution. Then we launch on the exact date and in the exact fashion we want, without taking anyone else–or anyone else’s list–into consideration.
When the launch is over we keep most of the revenue as profit.
Fact is, promotional partners are FAR more expensive and higher to maintain than generating sales in-house.
This is the philosophy that drives the DIY Super Traffic Machine. We want to help our students become self-reliant affiliates. Not dependent on a system or a specific affiliate product or the marketing and sales material of some vendor they promote.
Frankly, if you’re not a self-reliant personality who values independence, you’re not going to love the Super Traffic Machine. You’ll think it’s a lot of unnecessary effort.
But if you enjoy your independence and want to be captain of your own ship…and you see the value in being able to sell what you want, when you want, on your own terms…
Then the Super Traffic Machine is a perfect, rare, one-of-a-kind product, designed for your personality.
Order your Super Traffic DIY Kit here:
…and join the rest of our students who are at this very moment planning out a total internet domination with their affiliate brand.