If you are aspiring to be a teacher in California you are probably aware that you must verify your teaching credentials for each subject you hope to teach. There are two ways you can do this. You can either complete an approved program at an accredited educational institution. Or you can pass one or more subject matter examinations – known as CSET, short for “California Subject Examinations for Teachers”.
That means that they have a task list that tells you what you should be doing next, and an arrow pointing in game on that direction (Including a dot on your mini- map). Whenever you finish a certain step (like finishing a quest for example) the task list automatically updates, to lead you to the next step.
For example, Fabian teaches a method called “pay-per-install”. Used correctly, this method can yield tremendous profits. It involves strategically placed affiliate Madamblue.dk on your web site. The technique uses a very fundamental principle of marketing – offering something of value for free. The type of items you will be offering and fun stuff such as, games, tool bars, videos, screen savers and the like.
It’s interesting to note, that also work on what time you eat your meals, they claim this is more powerful than any prescription drug, and gets better results.
Social Media – we couldn’t leave this one out. Most user guides have chapters, each of which discusses a specific subject. Before each chapter starts, insert a squeeze page with links to your Facebook, LinkedIn or other Social Media channels. You can go one step better and direct them to video downloads so they can ‘see’ how the product works.
Up-sells are widely used in all forms of marketing or selling. For example, when you go to buy a suit or dress, the salesman always offers an accessory such as a shirt/blouse, or tie or something like that. Fabian also offers a couple of up-sells – the advanced Maximum Money Blueprints that can cut your time to profit in half and resell rights. Both are inexpensive and well worth the price.
Optics Planet also has some good information on all types of optical devices. Go first to the dark blue horizontal menu at the top. If you click ‘Product Guides’ you will be taken to an index of How To articles. They are grouped under sub headings and it is much easier to spot what you are looking for here. There is a good section on night vision devices. These articles are educational, thorough and with nice illustrations to help explain some of the points.
Lastly, take a good look at the “bonuses” offered (they all have them). Is these any actual value to you? Are they simply things you could look up on Google in five minutes? A lot of the guides that offer loads of bonuses, but most a very light weight and better information would be available from Thottbot for free.