So what do you do on the 2nd month after Starting an Online Business with only 1 Hour a Day & $100 a Month?
In today’s podcast, we show you what we would do in month 2 of starting your very own online business even if you only have 1 hour a day and $100 a month.
Today’s podcast is a continuation of last week’s episode where we showed you what to do in Month 1.
Let’s dive into what you need to do in your second month of online business.
You will learn:
- What to do in your 2nd month
- Recurring costs to expect
- How to save money on your logo
- The best way to release your content so your audience can see it
- The importance of a high-quality opt-in offer
- How to promote your new business
Enjoy the podcast. We hope it inspires you to explore what’s possible for your family!
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Links and resources mentioned in today’s show:
- Logonerds – A cheap and amazing way to get your logo
- Buffer App – For scheduling posts
- Vectorstock – Stock images
- MorgueFile – Free images
- Canva – Free image editor
- E-Books the Smart Way by Pat Flynn – A great resource if you’re just starting out
- BONUS: Flipped Lifestyle Guide to Your 2nd Month in Online Business
Can’t Miss Moment This Week:
Each week Jocelyn and I share moments that we might have missed if we had not started our online business. We hope these moments inspire you to see the possibilities and freedom online business could provide for your family.
You can connect with S&J on social media too!
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JOCELYN: Hey y’all! Today, we’re going to tell you what we do in the second month of starting an online business with only an hour a day and $100 a month.
SHANE: Welcome to the Flipped Lifestyle Podcast, where life always comes before work. We’re your hosts, Shane and Jocelyn Sams. Join us each week as we teach you how to flip your lifestyle upside down by selling stuff online. Are you ready for something different? All right, let’s get started.
JOCELYN: Hey guys. Thanks for joining us for today’s Flipped Lifestyle podcast. Today, we are bringing you part two of a series that we started last week about a question from one of our readers, Joanne, who wanted to know what we would do if we were just starting out and had just one hour a day and $100 a month. We thought that was a great question.
Last week, we started out by just kind of telling you guys what we would do in the first month. Today, we’re back to tell you about what we would do in the second month because it’s a little bit different as you go along. We are going to talk about that shortly but first, we want to read an iTunes review. We do this every week and Shane is going to read that for us.
SHANE: Our iTunes review this week is from Kingdom First Mom. I love that name, Kingdom First. The title of this reviews says, “Fantastic information” with a bunch of exclamation points and it is a five-star review. Kingdom First Mom writes, “Shane and Jocelyn do a fantastic job of explaining how they’ve created great success online. I really enjoy listening to them and I learned so much. Thanks guys for the honesty you offer as well as the valuable information. Hands down, the best online business information I have ever received.”
Thank you so much. We really appreciate that review. That is our goal is to be transparent and be honest, and not sugarcoat online business and not make it sound like it’s something you can do overnight and get rich quick on. We want to just teach families how they can use online business to change their life.
It’s so awesome to get feedback like that on iTunes where we get to hear people listen to our message and they are really getting some great value from that. Thanks again. If you want your iTunes review read on the air, all you have to do is go to iTunes and leave us a review and we will hopefully get to that in a future show.
All right, last time, we went through your first month with $100 budget and one hour a day to work. You can find that episode at www.FlippedLifestyle.com/Podcast14. Today, we’re going to enter our second month and we’re going to use this as like a model of the months to follow. You’re going to be doing a lot of the same things from now on. Some of it may shift a little bit but this is going to give you a good baseline in month two of where your online business is going to kind of drop into a flow.
We kind of do the same things every month on our online business. We just keep adding new content, new things, but the same kind of timeslots are filled and we’re going to go over some of that today to keep laying that foundation to have a successful and growing online business. So let’s turn this over to Jocelyn and she’s going to talk to you a little bit about where the money is going to be going this month, that $100 that we decided to spend on our online business.
JOCELYN: Okay, so in month two, we are now going to have some recurring fees. Last month, we signed up for our hosting, which was a monthly charge of about $8 a month and we also signed up for the email collection service of AWeber. Now, that was $1 a month last month. It was a trial period and so that’s going to now go up to $19 a month until you have 500 emails. That is what you can look for those two services.
You still probably want to budget about $10 a month for images, for a blog post, and things of that nature from either www.Canva.com and there are other places you can get this art as well. You can go to VectorStock. There’s also one called Morguefile that has free images for you to use. We’ll put links to all of those in today’s show notes. After those things, that’s going to leave you with about $63 for other expenses.
SHANE: So that’s your recurring fees and you’re always going to have recurring fees. The bigger your business grows, the more recurring fees you’re going to have. Jocelyn and I pay out a lot of money every month, like hundreds of dollars for different services that we’ve grown into. We have way more than 500 emails now so we have to pay way more than $19 a month but starting out, those are kind of your baseline expenses that you’re going to have to pay and budget for every month before you start thinking about buying new things or other things for your online business.
All right, let’s talk about where we’re going to spend that other $63 this month. The first thing we’re going to do is we’re going to get a logo designed. We want to underline, bold, italic, repeat this next statement over and over again – DON’T DO YOUR LOGO YOURSELF EVEN IF YOU CAN- because you really want to save the time and effort it would take you to create your own logo to have it professionally designed by people that do this, can do it quickly for you, and you can then use all that time for creating content.
Get your logo designed. It’s not going to cost you that much. There are a lot of places online like 99 Designs and places like that. They are kind of expensive when it comes to getting logo design but one of the best places that we found is www.LogoNerds.com. That’s exactly it, it’s just www.LogoNerds.com. They have awesome little logo themselves, it’s like little glasses and they are logo nerds. That’s the site that we use to get logos done.
If you want to go to www.CoachXO.com, you can see an example of a logo that we had done from www.LogoNerds.com. The best thing about them is they have a $27 package where they will come in. You can tell them like give them sample images, give them a description of what you want, and they will make three versions of a logo for you. They will pick it and then they will revise it based on your recommendations and you can get a really good quality logo done for less than $30.
So a logo is going to make your website just look a little more professional. It’s going to kind of give it a look and feel. You want to make sure and pick out the colors that you want in your logo and make sure that they match your website. We want to tell you real quickly at the very beginning, don’t go out and spend $100, $200, $300 on a logo because almost every website that Jocelyn and I have had, the logo has changed over time. So this first logo is just to get you started. It’s just to get something that you can be happy with.
It’s not the perfect logo that’s going to represent your business from here until the end of the internet. It’s just a good logo to get you started and something you’re not going to have to spend a lot of time on. So go to www.LogoNerds.com, spend $27, get your nice logo done. You don’t have to waste any time on it making it yourself and that’s going to make your website look a whole lot better and then later on down the road when you start generating some income, then you’re going to be able to get a better logo or you can change your logo if you want to.
There’s another quick point I want to make about your logo. Your logo needs to be small, very small, something that can tuck up in a corner, something that represents your brand but you don’t want it really big. You don’t have to put whole domain name into your logo. There’s a hilarious video on YouTube called “Make the Logo Bigger” of this rock band singing a song about making fun of people who have ginormous logos. I’ll include that in the show notes so you can watch that and get a good laugh. Head over to www.FlippedLifestyle.com/podcast15 or you can check out the Make the Logo Bigger. I’m not going to break into it right now because…
JOCELYN: No please don’t.
SHANE: Yeah my singing is probably not the best in the world.
JOCELYN: We actually got this from my sister who has been in web design and she’s now a web developer but people always want to make their logo bigger and “make it pop.” That’s what people always say.
SHANE: Yeah, “Make that logo pop.” We do not want the logo to pop. We want our content to pop. We want our message to pop and the logo is just something that’s there. It represents you but it’s out of the way, tucked in a corner, and it’s not what’s going to sell your site. Make sure you have a nice sized logo. Do not make the logo bigger and get it done very cheaply at first because I guarantee you, within the next year, you will probably want to revisit that logo and change it, so just get something now that works.
All right, so after we spend our $27 and we’ve already taken care of our recurring fees, we’ve got about $36 left for month two.
JOCELYN: We’re going to spend the rest of our money this month for on giving our traffic a little bit of a boost with some social media marketing. So we recommend at the beginning that you choose one social media channel. I think a lot of times people want to jump into everything which sounds like a great idea but it’s a little bit overwhelming to try to manage all of the social media pages.
Even for us now, it’s overwhelming. Shane and I actually split it. I usually take most of the Facebook responsibilities and he takes most of the Twitter responsibilities. If you’re by yourself and you’re trying to run all this, it’s really tough so we think it’s most important at this point that you choose one thing to be good at. Right now, we want to focus on getting likes and followers.
So assuming that you choose either Facebook or Twitter, those are two things that you want to look for especially at the beginning. You really want to concentrate on building that audience who wants to receive your content or who are interested in the same kind of things that you do. The first thing that you want to do is just share all of your blog posts either on Twitter or Facebook. You don’t have to do all this like in the same day. Facebook has a scheduler now where you can click on a little clock in the bottom corner and you can schedule that for different day and time. Twitter, I’m not sure what they have done.
SHANE: No, you have to have some kind of outside service. A great one that we use is called www.Bufferapp.com and you can sign up for that. It’s really inexpensive. I think they have a free trial. I can’t remember exactly how that works because it has been so long, but Bufferapp lets you schedule tweets so you can roll out and do things with that. There are a lot of different things online that lets you kind of schedule and share posts. It lets you kind of plan into the future so you can sit down for one hour for the whole month and schedule all your tweets or Facebook posts and you don’t really have to worry about that.
JOCELYN: Once you share all of your blog posts, the next thing that you want to do is set up some ads and the purpose of these ads is going to be to get some followers and likes on your page or your Twitter account. Use the rest of that money just to set up a campaign to build those likes and followers.
SHANE: Once you get likes and followers on your social media accounts, on Twitter and Facebook, you can then later, in a couple of months, when you’ve got products, you’ll be able to go back and market to those followers and those likes. So it’s really, really important that you build those likes and followers now early on so that you’ve got some kind of audience that you can market to and drive traffic with later.
Now you can have multiple social media accounts. In month one, we set all these social media accounts up just so they are there but we really want to focus at the beginning on one of them. If you really love being on Facebook, then use Facebook. If you love Twitter – I love Twitter. I could just spend all day on Twitter – then go with Twitter. Those are the two major platforms too where you can easily buy ads to target other people’s followers or other pages, people that like other pages. So we recommend starting with those two, but always choose the one that you feel most comfortable with and that you want to use the most. That way, you’re going to be good at it, you’re going to be on it, and you can make sure that your ad campaign is most effective.
Now that we’ve spent all of our money this month, we’ve got to look at how we’re going to spend our time. We’ve got one hour a day, we’re looking at about 24 hours for the month and that’s working pretty much part time at night or in the morning before or after work. We’ve all got responsibilities so we have to really maximize our time. Let’s look at first how we’re going to split up our hours of the day and how we’re going to do that and spell it out during the month where we’re going to be able to take advantage of the most time.
All right, the first four hours of the month, and I literally mean day one, day two, day three, and day four of the month. If you only have an hour a day, we are going to focus on building our content on the actual website that we created in month one. You’re going to write four blog posts over the first four days of the month, and that’s going to be the content that you’re going to roll out during the second month. That way, you’ve got a post a week.
We need to write a blog post for each week but we’re not going to wait until every Monday to do that. We’re going to go ahead and get all of our content down and batched, out and finished for the month at the beginning of the month. The reason we want to do that is because content creation is stressful and if you put it off until each Monday, then you’re going to be up on Sunday night at midnight writing the blog post for the next day because something else comes up, everything gets in the way, and you’re just not going to be able to finish that on time. It’s just going to happen that way.
So if you batch content, if you go ahead and sit down and you would say, “I’m going to write post one, post two, post three, post four done, I’m going to schedule those in WordPress every Monday,” then that’s going to like roll out and happen every month. You don’t have to worry about it. It’s going to free you to focus on some of these other things that we’re going to tell you to do during the month.
It’s just really important that you don’t try to write a post every day. You don’t have to release three or four posts a week. You’re going to read a lot of gurus and a lot of experts out there that say, “Oh, when you’re just starting out, you got to grind it out and make as much content as possible so you can grow as fast as possible.”
But what we want to tell you is that online business does not happen overnight. No matter how hard you work, no matter how much you grind, no matter how much you kill yourself at the beginning, it’s not going to happen. It’s not an overnight process. Online business is a marathon. It’s not a sprint. It’s a process. It’s not a get rich quick scheme.
A lot of people start their online business for very passionate reasons. You may hate your job, you might need money right away and you’re feeling kind of desperate for that, or you may just really miss your family because you’re spending so much time away from them at work or something like that, but if you just kill yourself at the beginning and you get burnout and you quit, well, your dreams are still not going to come true anyway.
So you’re better off to slow down, create a post a week. Allot about four hours and do that and later no as you get used to this and you get some of these beginning steps out of the way, you’re going to have more time to create more content, but right now, just pace yourself. Learn and let your business grow. Don’t explode then crash and burn. Just go ahead and make about four blog posts, spend about four hours on it, pace those out once a week and let that content just grow over time.
If you’re in it for the long haul and you really want to make this work, then plan it out. Let it grow organically and slowly, and that way, you’ve got a chance to not burn yourself out to get all these other things you’ve got to get done at the beginning finished, and you’ll be able to grow your blog, your website, and your online business a lot better that way.
Now we like to post blogs on the beginning of the week, either on Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday, and that kind of gives them the week to kind of spread and let people share them and read them. So I would recommend taking those first four days writing your blog posts and then scheduling them like the next four Mondays. That way, you’ve got a month of content done, it’s finished.
Google and your new readers that are going to find your blog are going to love the frequency, the schedule. They know that every week, they are going to get something new from you and you’re not going to feel so much pressure of content creation because you’ve got it out the way first thing.
JOCELYN: Okay. So once you have all of your posts scheduled for the month, that’s a great thing because it just sort of takes a lot of pressure off of you. You can now move into working on your opt-in bonus. An opt-in bonus is basically what you’re going to give people who sign up for your email list. People are used to signing up for email lists. It’s not really a new thing but they really are kind of cautious, I think, now because there are so many email lists out there.
People get so many emails and so it’s really, really important that you provide people with something valuable. Provide them with something that they might even pay for because you really, really need to get people on your email list. It’s such a necessity. It’s such an important thing. Just remember that when you are creating this that the people on your email list are going to be your potential customers.
They are fantastic leads because you know that the people who download your free product are interested in theoretically, your paid product. So just make sure that what you’re giving them is super valuable and that they are going to want to stay on that list because you’re going to keep providing value to them on your email list.
My first opt-in bonus when I started an online business was a month of lesson plans. A lot of you guys know that I was formerly an elementary school librarian and I started a website called www.ElementaryLibrarian.com where I decided that I was going to try to sell some lesson plans. So my opt-in bonus was an entire month of lesson plans.
Now some people probably thought I was crazy because I was giving away that much stuff in an opt-in bonus but for me, it was more of just letting my audience see what I had to offer, to see if they were interested in purchasing before I spend hundreds and hundreds of hours creating the final product. Who doesn’t want a month’s worth of lesson plans?
For me, that was a no-brainer opt-in and that’s really what I wanted on my site. It was just something that people would say, “Yeah, I have to be on that list. I have to try out these lesson plans.” That’s what we really want you to do. You need to get in there and figure out what people would be willing to pay for that you know and give it away to them, provide them with some exceptional value.
Once you have your email subscribers, you can then go to them and ask them, “What would you like to see me do next? What would you be interested in purchasing?” That’s when you can really start picking up steam with your online business is when you have followers and people who like your content and would be willing to pay for something that you put out there. That is the magic spot that you want to get to.
So we’re going to allow about 16 hours for this process. Make sure that it is your very best work. The bottom line is if people don’t like your free stuff, there’s definitely no way that they are going to want a paid product from you, so just something to keep in mind.
SHANE: And that email list, these people that we’re finding on social media, that’s great. We want to build likes, we want to build places where we can go talk to more of our audience but the email is where you want to make your money. I mean, 99% of the money that we make online probably comes off of our email list because we use our email list to provide extreme value for free for people and then when we create a paid product, it’s usually something they’ve told us they wanted or it’s something that we offer to them on that email list kind of exclusively.
It is critical that this opt-in like Jocelyn said, is your absolute best work, that’s why in month two we’re saying spend 16 hours on this. I mean, 16 days of month two needs to be spent’ an hour a day, on creating this thing. It doesn’t have to be super long. It can be like 20 or 30 pages but it can be like some super value-packed free book and you may be able to expand that later into a huge paid product but you really have got to give something good away to bait those people in on that email list. That’s why we’re spending so much time in month two on it. Once it’s done, the great thing about an opt-in is it’s finished.
Pat Flynn has a book called “eBooks the Smart Way.” He has had that as an opt-in for a long, long time. Once you spend this time, you’re investing this time upfront, that can be your email opt in for a year or two. It’s not like you’re really putting that much time in on it in the long run but you’ve got to put some time in it upfront to make sure that it’s good.
All right, so we’ve already spent 20 hours of our 24 this month. Let’s go into the last four hours that we’re going to do and it’s going to be on promotion. We’re going to be spending a little time setting up those ads to get those likes and followers, and we need to be sharing our content. So what we want to do is each week of the month, we want to spend about one hour on promotion.
So you can go out and use that hour to tweet, to schedule posts on Facebook, to set up those ads. You need to be out finding other blogs and Facebook groups to join that are related to your topic so you can kind of insert yourself and participate with the community that’s really kind of around your niche. You need to be sending emails to people who are also in your space to say, “Hey, I just started a website. Our websites are similar. Could I do a guest post for you or would you like to do a guest post for me maybe? How can we work together to help each other?”
You need to be emailing your list. You know last month we set up that autoresponder but every time you release that new post on Monday, you need to shoot your list an email that says, “Hey, I’ve got a great new piece of content, totally free. Click this link and come back to my website.” You just need to be getting your message out every single week so that your audience doesn’t forget about you. You never want to go too long without engaging with your audience either in social media or on your email list.
So take about an hour each week. You can either batch this like we did the content creation. You can spend one day to schedule everything or you can take 15 minutes every other day and just kind of share a content, send an email. Once again, don’t burn yourself out. Don’t be staring at your Twitter feed five hours a day hoping someone clicks on your link or send you a reply or retweet you. Schedule this time out just like you would your content creation and make sure that you’re spreading your message.
The other thing you need to be doing with these four hours is you need to be asking your new audience questions. Whether you have one follower or one email subscriber, one like on your Facebook page or 101 followers or emails, treat them like they are a million strong and treat those emails and those followers like gold. Remember, those are real people. Those are your customers. Those are your audience members on the other side of that email address and you really want to be communicating with them.
Don’t just say, “This is what I have to offer.” You’ll need to ask them questions like what are you struggling with? How can I help you? What would you like to see on my new website? And then listen to their replies. So when you’re sitting down for that hour, spend about 20 minutes for sharing, maybe 10-20 minutes for asking questions, and then you need to budget in some time about 20 minutes to just listen and read through those responses. You need to be spending at least an hour of your week on sharing your message, listening to your audience, and learning as much as you can about them.
JOCELYN: And the best part about that is if you are listening to your audience, your content will pretty much write itself. That’s what we’re doing here on Flipped Lifestyle. I mean, we did two podcasts back to back just based on a listener’s question. So just take that into consideration when you are building your audience. Just listen to what they have to say. They are really smart and they will help you to kind of plan out where you’re going to go next.
Okay, so we’re going to review what we have talked about so far. In month two from a budget standpoint, you are going to need to pay for your hosting, to pay for AWeber, you’re going to get a basic logo designed, and you’re going to spend a little bit of money on some ads to start building a following on the social media method of your choice. We recommend Twitter or Facebook just because there are a lot of people on both of them and it’s just a good place to start out. You’re probably already on one or the other, or both, so that would be the easiest place to start in our opinion.
From a time standpoint, you are going to need to spend about four hours of the month batching content for the rest of the month, so that way, you know that your blog posts are written, you don’t have to worry about that throughout the month, just get that finished and be ready to move on to the next thing, which is the most important thing we talked about today. You need to spend about 16 hours creating a very wonderful and…
SHANE: Value packed…
JOCELYN: … free digital product for your email opt-in bonus. You’re going to have to entice people into giving you that email. Remember that this isn’t just a product that you want to put out there that they can get from anywhere. You want it to be something that comes from you, something that they would be willing to pay for and remember that that email address is so, so important, so make sure that you really, really give a good solid effort on this section. Finally, you want to spend about four hours or about an hour each week sharing your content on social media, interacting with your visitors, answering emails, and just listening to your followers and fans.
Okay, before wrap up, we are going to mention our Can’t Miss Moments for this week. Every week, we talk about things that we might have missed if we did not work for ourselves. So we’ll start with Shane. What was your Can’t Miss Moment?
SHANE: My Can’t Miss Moment was when we were in Portland, Maine not long ago. We were there the day after the conference and we got to go and have coffee with Chris Ducker and Pat Flynn. We got to just hang out with them for a couple of hours, sit around, sip on coffee and tea up north and got to talk business with them. We helped them with some things, they helped us with some things, and it was just a cool moment to be able to really get to know those guys better.
We’ve listened to both of them for a long time and we’re starting to kind of develop a good friendship with them and it was kind of just surreal to be just hanging out with people that we learned so much from in the beginning of our journey. So that was my Can’t Miss Moment was just kind of hanging out with some guys that were speaking on stage the day before and we were just sitting there and sipping on coffee with them.
JOCELYN: Yeah it was great. We think so much of Pat and Chris. They are both outstanding guys.
SHANE: They are legit. Those are two guys you need to be following online.
JOCELYN: Yeah so if you’re not following either of them, we recommend you follow both. They are fantastic. My Can’t Miss Moment is having dinner with Pat Flynn. Shane and I stayed a little bit extra time so we can meet up with Pat and we actually had dinner at a place called Salvage BBQ in Portland, Maine.
SHANE: That was so good.
JOCELYN: It was really tasty.
SHANE: I ate like 40 ribs, I’m pretty sure. It was all good.
JOCELYN: Yeah and we just had this little nice casual conversation just about our lives, a little bit of business, a little bit of fun. It was just a great time. We just enjoyed spending that time together and it was just a great time in Portland, Maine. We really, really enjoyed our time there.
SHANE: Yeah it was just cool to sit down with some of these people that you’re friends with or you look up to but you just hear their real life and they are real guys. You know, if there has ever been a real guy, it’s Pat Flynn. We just talked about our kids and our families and all that good stuff, had a great meal, and just an awesome experience overall, the Agents of Change Conference. Rich Brooks does a great job with that. If you ever get a chance to go to that, you should, just a great time. That was our Can’t Miss Moment for this week.
All right guys, that wraps up our two podcast journey on how you should spend your time and money when you first start your online business. We spelled it out and looked at the first months of your online business on what you should do. We’ve had a blast taking you on this journey. It was awesome to kind of look back with a little 20-20 hindsight and let you know what we would have done if we were just starting out our online business from scratch.
We made a lot of mistakes early on and our goal with these last two podcasts is to help you avoid those mistakes and tell you exactly what you should be doing when you’re starting an online business or if you have already been running your online business for a few months, maybe look back and see some things you might have missed and go take those out.
I know this was a lot of information that we went over in podcast 14 and 15. We want to tell you if you need a little more help, we are actually going to put together a program that will not only help you get started in your online business but it will guide you through the process of creating that first digital product we discussed today for your email opt-in and take you step by step through the first two months of your online business journey.
It’s not just a course. There will be videos and things like that, and all kinds of things to teach you all these stuff, but Jocelyn and I will be there with you every step of the way and answer your questions on starting and growing your online business. If you would like to know more about how we can personally help you get started or take your business to the next level, head over to www.FlippedLifestyle.com/FlipYourLife and you can learn about all the different programs we have to meet your needs to get you started and to get your business off to a great start.
JOCELYN: We’ve just finished up a segment of our Flip Your Life Course and I think that the people in it will tell you that it has been fantastic. It has been great for us and it has been great for the participants. We really hope that you will join us sometime in the near future.
SHANE: It’s remarkable to see how far the people that took that course the last 29 days and every one of them now had this e-book created, they’ve got sales pages set up, they are already sharing it on social media, and it was just an awesome experience and we would love for you guys to join us in that. Our next course is in November, so it’s coming up very soon. If you would like to be a part of that, just head over to www.FlippedLifestyle.com/FlipYourLife.
JOCELYN: That’s all for this week. We hope that you’ll tune in next week for our Flipped Podcast where we do a live consulting call with a listener of our show and we help them take their business to the next level. We love these shows. The Flipped Podcast is one of our favorite things to do where we get to help a family live and you get to listen in.
SHANE: Until next time. Keep working on your dreams and we’ll catch you all on the flipside. See you.
SHANE: Do you need step by step instruction? Do you need us to help you create your digital product and get your online business started? Well, you can do that. We actually now offer a course called the Flip Your Life e-course where we show you how to create your first digital product in 29 days or less.
All you have to do to get more information on this program is go to www.FlippedLifestyle.com/FlipYourLife, and that’s all one word, and you can check out everything that we do in that course to help you get your digital product created for sale online even if you don’t have a website. That’s www.FlippedLifestyle.com/FlipYourLife. You can check when our next session is starting at that link.[/spoiler]
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