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Monday, 28 March 2016

Learn How to Get Rich & Make Money Trying

£50 Million in the bank and counting..... And you can be shown exactly how it's done!

3 Questions?
What would you give to be rich? What would you sacrifice? What would you be willing to do?

I'm sure the majority of people will say 'Anything'! If so, what's stopping you? I'll tell you what....
I'll give you a little insight, maybe a few home truths and then the solution! Sound fair?

Right, here we go. Sorry, just to make one thing absolutely clear, here's a quick tip/words of advice - Get Rich Quick Schemes DO NOT WORK and anybody who promises instant wealth, run a mile! I'm yet to find someone who does! The crazy thing is, everybody thinks if they're not a millionaire within a few months, it doesn't work and they go running with their tail between their legs never to be seen again. As the saying goes, Rome wasn't built in a day and the majority of millionaires didn't build their's in that time either. It takes a little time to learn, educate yourself, become engrossed until it becomes a habit and then reap the rewards. What could be better than learning how to make vast amounts of money anyway!? Even if it took let's say 5 years (which it doesn't) to create wealth, surely that would be worth it right? What's the other option? Slave away in some dead-end job for 40 years!? No Thanks!

For some reason people, including myself in the past, think that being wealthy or financially free is beyond reach. The reality is, it isn't!.... People need to realise that times have changed and maybe getting into a trade or going on to higher education just for the sake of it isn't the right thing anymore, it's just what society and the past tell us. Now I'm not saying throw away your education because learning is great and you should never stop learning throughout your life, but there are alternatives. The great thing is you can learn whilst doing a job until you get to the point were your job is holding you back and you can break free! Just imagine that feeling!

Hey, what's the worst that could happen? Just by making a start it put's you ahead of everybody else who is still doing nothing. What's the best that can happen? You become financially free and live a life of luxury, spending precious time with your loved ones. Would you rather spend your life wondering or hoping without taking action or go for it and see how life could really be?

So many people enter their working life thinking or hoping they're going to make it to the top, which in more cases than not is decades away or just doesn't work out. It's the wrong job, they don't like it, the pays not good enough, they just fell/got pushed into it. This is the unfortunate predicament that people find themselves in. The main concern is that this could be years down the line after doing all the training/courses/exams etc etc. Now why does it seem so right to learn for 4/5 years to become an electrician or a plumber or joiner or anything else for that matter, to then start on a basic wage and work another 5 years to get to earning something decent? Yet everybody thinks you're crazy if you tell them you're learning how to make money from a multi-millionaire who's been there and done it? They just think they're there to take your money, but far from it. The real scam is the lie society keeps telling you about the life you should be leading.  In a job you're only learning from someone else, who probably knows a little bit more than you, who learnt from someone who knew a little bit more than them. Yet your end goal is trading all your time for a meagre wage that you'll be working at for most of your life!? Why the hell would you not at least try to reach that pot of gold?

People become obsessed with the idea that the wealthy get rich by taking from the poor and vulnerable, but it's so not true. If somebody has made lots of money and they're willing to show you how to do the same, why is it wrong for them to make a little profit along the way? It doesn't mean it's a scam or they're greedy or whatever other reason people want to throw at it. If you're receiving great value and knowledge that otherwise you would never know or find out about, with which takes you onto your path to financial freedom. Don't know about you, but that seems fair to me.

Have you ever wondered 'how the rich get richer and the poor get poorer'? Mindset. Sounds simple and easy, but trust me it takes time to embed in your psyche. You can't just think 'I want to be rich, who wouldn't?' It goes beyond that, it's a way of being, that eventually lies deep within your subconscious. The problem is, you need constant motivation, encouragement and guidance, otherwise you end up on a rollercoaster ride with your emotions. What you need is a Mentor.  Not all the rich, were born rich or became rich through a lottery win or inheritance, the majority have earned it. When they were starting out, do you think they would ever have made it with a negative, defeatist attitude? Definitely not. They were determined to succeed one way or another.

The thing is everybody needs a trigger to set them off on the road to financial independence, whether it be a family circumstance or your sick and tired of your dead-end job or simply just want to enjoy the finer things in life. Once you've had that trigger, you then need a guide, a mentor, someone who has been there done it and got the t-shirt if you will. Not some so called 'guru', who just spiels the same rubbish you've heard time and time again, just trying to add you to their list.

You see, many many multi-millionaires in this world didn't just wake up one day with a crazy idea, threw everything at it and voila! They're rich! Yes occasionally this may happen, but more often than not they simply copied someone else and if anything did it better or added to it. It's that simple, it's that easy. If you want to make money and a lot of it, who is in the best position to show and guide you?
- Is it the financial broker, who is broke or doesn't even invest in what he/she is telling you to invest in? No.
- Is it your parents who are stuck in their sceptical ways from the past, before the internet existed, telling you 'not to waste your time', who have done nothing, through no fault of their own, but slave away thinking more time = more money, when time is a luxury we don't have and want more of? Hell No.
- Is it your friends who are constantly telling you 'it'll never work', yet are in no better position than you to give advice and if anything, it makes them feel better to have you in the same situation as them. Nope.


- Is it the Award Winning Multi-Millionaire who has been there, done it and got the t-shirt? Who is more than happy to pass on his knowledge and step-by-step guidance on what he did, how he did it and how you can do it to? I know who I'd be listening to!

All you have to do is copy his idea.

Now, the guy I mentioned has made over £50million! So I'm talking seriously wealthy and he has helped countless others become millionaires too, both directly and indirectly. Reading his book was that trigger moment for me, I'd already been thinking as you do about ways you can make money, ideas, inventions, stock market, you name it. I was sick and tired of doing my day to day job, with the only chance to make more money was by doing 'overtime', working longer and sacrificing my time. I had a family to support now and knew there was ways and means, I just had to find them.

Then one day I heard about a book on 'How to start an Online Business', I thought that's it, as soon as I finish work, I'm going to go and buy that book. The internet age is booming and is only going to get bigger and I want a piece of the action. So, I finished work, went to the supermarket and found the book. I had a little flick through, hmmm not sure, didn't feel right, was a little expensive etc etc. I decided to have a little look around the book section, then no word of a lie I saw a little unassuming book that I was drawn to. The front cover basically said 'Copy This Idea'. I wonder what that is I thought? Picked it up and started to read the first few pages and that was it. The other book went down, I was hooked! I bought the book and couldn't wait to read it, went home and read it within a week...
The rest is history as they say. That set me on my own journey to wealth.

If you have motivation to succeed and just need a guide, then Andrew Reynolds is the man for you. The least you could do is read his book and see for yourself. You never know, like me it might be the best thing you ever did.

P.S. Listen to Andrew himself & get a Free copy of his Award Winning book, ' Copy This Idea' at the website below:


Happy Reading!

Monday, 14 March 2016

Quick Guide to the Perfect Social Media Profile

Guy Kawasaki - Quick Guide to the Perfect Social Media ProfileYou have less than five seconds to catch the attention of a would-be customer with your social media profile, so it’s imperative to make a big impression, fast. By capturing your brand’s story in pictures and embracing the beauty of brevity, you can build scan-friendly profiles that will make readers want to stick around, learn more about your brand, and click the “follow” button. Here are five tips that will help.
  • Tell your story in picturesMost forms of social media allow you to headline your profile with two major images: your avatar and a banner image. A brand avatar (the smaller, usually square or circle image) identifies your brand and should be your logo (or your face if you have celebrity status like Guy Kawasaki). The banner image (sometimes called a “cover image”) is the larger image that spans the width of your screen. This image describes your brand and should communicate what your startup represents. You can use a stock image that you’ve bought, but you can also create a banner for free or use a pre-built one from companies like Canva.com. Whatever you use, be sure it’s a high quality image and is the correct dimensions for the allotted space.
  • Craft a snappy taglineYour tagline or “mantra” should be two to four words that explain your startup’s purpose. A good mantra is short and memorable. Move beyond mission statements that are generally long and boring to something brief and catchy, like Starbuck’s tagline “Rewarding everyday moments” or Google’s “Democratizing information.” Your mantra should also be positive and selfless. Customers respond to brands that uplift them and inspire a better society, so use this as an opportunity to share what makes you passionate about your startup. “Get rich” is not a selfless mantra.
  • Give ‘em plenty of infoOnce you have a reader interested and looking for more information about your brand, give it to them! Make sure that you’ve offered full location and contact details as well as a more complete description of what you do and the benefits you provide. Provide as much information as you have space for, and be sure to include a website URL for those who’d like to continue to learn more about your business.
  • Use vanity URLsVanity URLs make your social channels easier to find and share, plus look a lot better than the default string of letters and numbers on marketing or other public-facing materials. You can get a vanity URL from Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. If you can’t find instructions for choosing a vanity URL in the setting section of your social profile, a quick Google search should tell you how to do it.
  • Check it anonymouslyThe final test of your page is to view it as a random user would. Open an “incognito window” in your browser (for Chrome, right click the browser icon and select “New Incognito Window”) and type in your fancy new vanity URL. Viewing it this way will tell you exactly what would-be customers will find when they visit your profile. It’s a good idea to share this page with others at your startup to solicit feedback on whether your profile effectively communicates your brand identity in the five-second time frame most users will give you.
Social media is a critical part of your marketing strategy, so take care to get these critical basics right. You’ll reap the benefits of company visibility, audience building, and engagement, which eventually leads to paying customers and investors.

Monday, 7 March 2016


Social Media is an interesting place to be - It's like one giant experiment in psychology wrapped inside a marketer's dream. It's sophisticated, crazy, funny, depressing, egocentric and happy all at once. People from all walks of life engage companies on social media in many different ways.
The possibilities of generating revenue on social media are endless, but that doesn't mean it's automatic. There are still rules you need to follow to get your business found and generate traffic and leads through your website.
If done correctly you can create a strong lead-generating revenue stream giving you a huge advantage over your competitors. There are millions of people interacting on Twitter who don't even bother with Facebook anymore.
Facebook still dominates social media, but from a businesses perspective it can be hard to convert as not everyone is as receptive as other platforms. They don't use it as effectively as a place to interact with their favorite companies like they do on Twitter.
Twitter could overcome Facebook as the place to establish a presence for your business if they can grow their user base in the next several years. Through careful planning and and execution, you can turn your Twitter feed into a revenue-generating platform, while also driving traffic back to your website.
1. Lets Make  A Deal: Twitter Edition!
Twitter has always been a great place to cultivate leads and establish a business presence. Now that Twitter and Google have made a deal, it could be the most important out of any other social media platform around (searchengineland.com).
What kind of deal have they made?
Google will now be indexing more tweets. You can't index all tweets as Google's servers would crash but it can still be very effective for your business. Only indexing a few tweets can work to your advantage as there are certain profiles that have a better chance of finding their way into Google's servers. Once they're in there, people can search for your company using hash tags which is a powerful SEO trick that not many businesses are utilizing.
As of right now they are now indexing roughly 6% of all Tweets. Why is this significant and important? It creates a social backlink to your website. It's another way for people to find you and also find Twitter.
While Twitter doesn't make money directly off of this, they do so indirectly. If more businesses can find them, they may sign up to Twitter Ads and pay money for sponsored Tweets. This will bring in more revenue for both Twitter and your business.
If more businesses establish a presence on Google that means more people will, too. People love interacting with their favorite companies on Twitter.  Some people only make a Twitter account to follow their favorite movie stars, athletes, companies or restaurants. 
You can be a part of someone's Twitter feed, giving you access to what they share and also to get yourself in front of their eyes.
2. Word Of Mouth
They say a Re-Tweet is more important than a Tweet.
Why is that?
Every business knows that word-of-mouth advertising can take a long time to establish but adds a lot to your bottom line.
It's hard to measure word-of-mouth and social proof. When a friend tells you about an excellent experience they had at a local car dealership that could be the difference whether you choose one dealership over another. Friends and family create social proof for one another all the time. Most people are already insecure about buying cars so that one referral can be very powerful. Addressing certain insecurities before someone comes into your business can make all the difference in sales.
You can do all of this on Twitter. 
We can measure social proof with Re-Tweets. Re-Tweets in many different forms can be powerful for your business presence. 
Lets say you have a small community of friends and family all following your business on Twitter - One day you tweet out a promotion. A mom re-tweets it, whose son and daughter then re-tweet it. Then their dad re-tweets it to his co-workers who all also re-tweet it.
Because all of these people are following your company and each other, they all see it. The people following those people all see it as well. This is word-of-mouth and social proof in action.
Then you combine that with the opportunity to get your Tweet indexed and you have a powerful search engine optimization trick you can't replicate on Facebook.
3. Human Interaction
People interacting
When you build a Twitter profile and start gaining followers, it can help you get up close and personal with the people that matter the most. Not everyone wants to pick up the phone and call anymore.
People now interact with the world through search engines and social media. They keep up with their friends and family on Social Media.  While everyone has a smart phone it's more convenient to engage on twitter.  Lots of companies release exclusive news and information on Twitter. Information and news travels much faster on social media. Instead of waiting for the news to come to them people are actively going out and searching for it.
Twitter can be instant - Why wait to see it on TV when you can seek out this news with a smart phone in multiple different areas? It gives you information about your favorite companies in bite-sized pieces of information. It lets your customers decide whether they want to continue interacting with you.
It only makes sense that your business should be there. You can get up close and personal and also monitor what your potential customers are doing. You can keep track of what they like, don't like, Tweet or Re-Tweet. This is all very powerful information as to how to interact with them and how to market to them.
By releasing exclusive information you can gain favor with your fan base. This will also get them to follow you much more closely. When you release an exclusive on your website, put that link into a tweet and tweet it out they may be more likely to click thru to your website for an offer. Fans on Twitter love it when they get exclusive access and information to them first. You're letting them know what the offer is and letting them decide whether or not they should click to your website to claim it.
It's less in your face advertising. It empowers your fan base to make decisions by giving them the necessary information.
This is all information that used to take years to learn about through survey after survey. Now you can learn about it right away. You can test different methods well and reach out to influencers.
What are influencers? They are the people who enjoy your company so much that they will go out of their way to share info about it. Not only will they share about it on social media but they will tell others about excellent experiences they've had interacting with you on Twitter.
This goes back to the whole word-of-mouth and social proof aspect.
Is Social Media For You?
It's not even a question anymore. Now that Google and Twitter have made a deal it's vital to your short and long term search engine optimization. SEO is now the most important aspect of your business and Twitter plays a big part in the process.
All you have to do is figure out what voice you want to have on social media. Once you establish that voice it can go a long way in creating an untapped lead generation stream your competitors are ignoring.

Thursday, 3 March 2016


What are links?
There are many  in the SEO world who would consider links the life force of the internet. More than any other search engine optimization technique, it is said that link building carries the most weight in ranking a website. At the most basic level, they help people find your website and create pathways to get there. If there were only one link that people could use to access your website, it wouldn't get much traffic. 
Not all links are created equal and it's important to know the difference between a good link and a bad link. Let's breakdown what a link is and why links are so important.
Links are considered the first big Off-The-Page ranking factor that search engines use to determine the page rank of your website. You could think of links as a vote of confidence by search engines. In the early days, the more links there are the better off your website was. The same concept holds true in today's SEO world as well. Google was the first search engine to rely on link analysis to improve relevancy and that's when search optimization as a job path first began. It takes a team of SEO experts to build and manage your link profile.
To this day links are the most valuable search engine signal you can have, but is more better?  With links and link building it's all about quality and not quantity.
What makes up a quality link? If you were looking for brand new Michael Jordan Basketball shoes, would you want a 100 different websites telling you to buy from them, or 3-5 that have a reputation for being an expert on basketball shoes? The Michael Jordan brand has more companies creating knockoffs  than any other company in the world. The Jordan knockoff industry is a multi-million dollar business.
It's hard to find legitimate Jordan re-sellers that only sell authentic Jordans. Because of that, you want to make sure who you're buying from is a reputable Michael Jordan re-seller. Nike has an application process before anyone can re-sell the Jordan brand just like Google has a system to rank pages.
If it's a high-quality link from an authority website filled with experts, then it will boost your website's page ranking. If it's considered a high-quality link, then the website has most likely established, "E-A-T" in the search engine world. E-A-T stands for expertise, authority and trustworthiness. It's the same thing if you were looking for a doctor when you get the flu. Would you want 100 doctors telling you the best remedy or 3-5 who have E-A-T giving you a remedy? A bad doctor telling you what to do, like a bad website linking to your website, can cost you in more ways than one.
If you get hundreds of links from some Chinese knockoff Michael Jordan website, it will hurt your ranking. However, let's say you had a link pointing to your website from Nike as well as Foot Locker and Dick's Sporting Goods to go along with NBA.com?
Those links are priceless and you can't put a number on how valuable they could be for your website and your overall bottom line. They can also send high quality traffic to your website. The people browsing Nike's official website are way more likely to buy then traffic sent from a website in China. Often times these are just bots sending signals to your website to boost their own rank or get you to click on their link.
You also want variety. If you have 1000 links from one website that isn't worth as much as a 1000 links from a 1000 different websites that are similar in theme or fall under the same umbrella.
For example, if the 1000 websites covered sporting goods, professional jersey's, forums about basketball or other sports or basketball shows, those links  would carry a lot of weight - as they should.
If you have links from a 1000 different websites that include the history of China, Chinese McDonalds, Best Places to visit in China and hundreds of other websites that had nothing to do with basketball or basketball shoes,  your website is in big trouble!
You can get good quality links by creating good quality, informative websites that people want to read and share. The content you put out can act as a link pointing back to your website which will then send a signal to search engines.