Pot Pie Girl (very successful long-time Wealthy Affiliate member) recommended this (Jennifer never promotes crap).
I loved the sales page tells you what the product is and why you should buy it. Good emotive copywriting, but not based on excessive hype and curiosity.
I bought it because I actually should buy MORE internet products to review!
I actually need to contract shiny object syndrome :)
So rather than a normal review, I'm going to document what I'm doing with the product and how this pans out for me.
I remember really enjoying the first few weeks of starting this very website and documenting the early progress.
But over time and with other work commitments creating content became a bit of a 'grind'.
No regrets the site makes a nice steady supplementary income, and enjoy the social side of Wealthy Affiliate but my enthusiasm had waned 🙁
Enter Shiny Object Lemonade and a new 'positioning'...
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Inspired by Lee Murray's grow a pair and become a leader rather than a follower. I've planned out some short-term action goals.
I love the idea of action based goals because as Tony Robbins say's they give you the chance to set yourself up to win... they're 100% within MY control.
So my first task based goals (set on 6th Oct 2016) where to:-
- Mind map a rough plan - immediately.
- Pick one sustainable traffic source and send traffic to the SOL sales page - immediately.
- Create a SOL review post on WAC (this one)
- Build an email list of people interested in SOL
- Create a simple bonus for people who buy SOL
- Agree (with myself) a realistic schedule to update my progress (weekly / bi-weekly).
- Update my Wealthy Affiliate Challenge post to put my goals out there - social accountability if you like.
To be continued...
(Updated November 2016)
Luckily I did run Bing PPC ads to this offer to test the interest...
Nada. About 3 impressions after 3 days. No clicks, cost or sales.
I think I'm the only person who likes this 🙂
Canned all further activity... though I do like this and will continue to journal goals and outcomes as Lee suggests.