Category Archives: Marketing Tips

Sqribble Review, Demo, and Bonus

When I saw the claims being made by a new web application called Sqribble, I knew I needed to check it out for myself. More specifically, I was really interested in the claim of being able to create an ebook in under 5 minutes, without having to write any content. I’ve been teaching internet marketing […]

Viddyoze Live Action – My Review

Today I purchased and tested a new product called Viddyoze Live Action. It’s actually the new version of an existing product called Viddyoze, which is the all-time #1 best-selling product on JVZoo. With tens of thousands of customers of their previous version, and an incredible demonstration of the new version on their sales page, my […]

Year in Review and Survey for 2017

As you may or may not have noticed, I didn’t post much new content on this website in the past year. So I’d like to take the opportunity to let you know what I’ve been up to in the last year, and what my plans are for this site. Currently there are over 84,000 Eric’s […]

Does Your Small Business Depend on a Large Business?

This is a cautionary tale for online entrepreneurs, with a special warning for Amazon sellers. A few days ago I read an article about an Etsy vendor who sort of got too big for Etsy… In case you’re not familiar with it, Etsy is basically a marketplace for handcrafted goods… artsy things and such. They […]

Landing Page Monkey – Review and Demo

My friends Jeremy Gislason and Simon Hodgkinson just released a new web-based application called “Landing Page Monkey“, so I decided to try it out. If you’ve been a reader/subscriber of my tips for any length of time, you’ll know that I’m always harping on list building. I know I may sound like a broken record […]

Case Study: $9200 in 5 Minutes with Facebook and Instagram

Today I’d like to show you a social media strategy that is working well right now. First a little background about the niche that I’m using as an example… As you may know, my wife and I have six children. Because of this, I’ve been privy to an interesting niche market known as “baby wearing”. […]