If you don’t need to promote anything on the ‘net, you can skip the rest of this post.
Sometimes I get emails that ask me about some of the resources we use to help us operate, promote and maintain 50+ websites and blogs.
How do you build lists ? How do you run Ask-type campaigns ? How do you add audio to websites ? How do you add video ? How do you test and track ? How did you cloak your affiliate links ? And many more.
Well, the truth is, many, many moons ago, I was introduced to Jay Jennings (shown above)and he’s always provided me with the exact same tools he uses in his own marketing ventures, so I haven’t had to shop around very often.
And when someone else has something great, but WAY overpriced, Jay can usually code/program up a tool that will enable us to do the same thing … only for less money.
Now days, Jay has gone the way of the membership site model, so I jumped on board as soon as he sent me the email.
Why would I join a site that has the same tools I already own most of ? Simple. You just know he’s going to make sure those tools stay updated first, because he wants those members to stay subscribed, so he can stay in the wilds of Alaska and code like a demon in the wilderness !
And besides, what the heck is $14.95 a month added on my Visa bill. I just got back from taking my wife to Starbucks and spent that much !
Here’s the deal. Jay has taken a slew of internet marketing tools and has packaged several of them together in one membership site called Sonic Toolkit.
The first three tools are Sonic Memo Express, which is just about the fastest and easiest way to get streaming mp3′s on your web site or blog – Sonic Syndicator, which lets even non-geeky people use RSS feeds on their site (it’s even attached to a database of tens of thousands of articles you can use) and Sonic Flycatcher, which (despite the funky name) is one of the fastest ways to do market research for any niche. It can also be used to generate content for blogs, ebooks, info products, etc., which is what we quietly do with PPC ads and this simple little tool.
Here’s the slickest thing about the Sonic Tookit site. Jay’s adding new tools on a regular basis and every three tools he adds, the price goes up … except for those who’re “grandfathered” in.
Whatever the price is when you join, that’s what you pay for the entire time you’re a subscriber … no matter how many tools he adds.
I personally think Sonic Toolkit is a “must have” for any internet marketer who wants to increase the conversions and drive more traffic to their website or blog.
I’m hoping you see the value and that there’s no way to lose and get you in before the price goes up. He emailed me today and said he has 2 of the three new tools ready to add, so you need to hurry over and join before he gets the 6th tool ready.
Besides the first three, Sonic Memo Express, Sonic Flycatcher and Sonic Syndicator, he’s got the 4th tool (Sonic Flix) coming out of “open beta” in a couple days and the latest tool, Sonic Test & Track (split testing and ad/link tracking) is in “closed beta” (only certain people get access to it) right now and will probably be opened up later this week.
Like I said, that means he’s ONE new tool away from the next price increase. When he adds the 6th tool, he’ll be increasing the price from $14.95 per month to $19.95 and, of course, if you’re in before the price goes up, you don’t EVER pay a higher price, you lock in your price no matter how many new tools are added.
Think about it. It’s $14.95 to join and see if these tools can help you market your blog, your site, your service or your product more effectively, more efficiently or more economically. Surely you can see the value in giving it a try.
Click thru to Sonic Toolkit and give it a try. Simple, huh ?
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