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written by John Chow on September 1, 2014


$64,186.58 in 15 days works out to over $800 an hour based on a 40 hour work week. That’s what senior partners at a major law firm charge their clients, assuming they can get a full 40 billable hours a week (unlikely). Well, $64,186.58 in 15 days in what I was paid with MTTB (My Top Tier Business) from August 1 to 14, and I didn’t have to go to Harvard Law and wait 10+ years for a partnership to do it!

It’s one thing to say you made this and you made that. It’s another thing when you actually see the money in your bank account.

Get Paid Every Two Weeks

MTTB does 15 day payouts. This is very important because most ad networks and affiliate networks use a 45 to 60 day payout. This mean that money earned in September won’t be paid out until October 15 or November 1. This is a long time to wait if you’re spending money on traffic. Most of the time the credit card bill will be due before you get paid from the network. That could put you in a cash crunch.

The reason networks have a long payout is to account for refunds. Most Internet products have a 30 day money back guarantee. If the networks were to pay out the commission before 30 days, they run the risk of paying a commission on a refunded product. However, the refund rate for MTTB is among the lowest in the industry. As a result, they’re able to pay their affiliates on the first and 15th of every month. Today is September 1. That means it’s payday!


You know what’s the best part about all this? My next payment is only 14 days away!

Since joining MTTB 23 months ago, I watched the income go from around $12K in the first month, to over $120K a month today. Yes, the $64,186.58 in 15 days is for MTTB only. I also make money online from my blog, Clickbank products, continuities, or any other online income sources. I’ll leave it up to you to guess what my total Internet income is. :P

The Secret To Making BIG Money Online

Let’s say you want to make $100,000 a year, and you have a choice of two ways to do it. The first is to sell a $10 eBook. The second is to sell a $10,000 mastermind. Which do you think is the easier path to $100,000: selling 10,000 eBooks or ten masterminds?

Of course the answer is the ten masterminds. With the $10 eBook, you would need to sell 1000 times more products to equal the income generated by just one $10,000 products.

If you want to make the big money online, you absolutely need to add high-ticket offerings to your product mix. Yes, it does take more effort to sell a $10,000 products than a $10 product, but it won’t be 1000 times more effort. It might take four, five, maybe ten times more effort, but it will never be 1000. Yet, selling a $10K product will give you 1000 times more income than a $10 eBook.

Selling high-end products requires a more personalized approach. You generally need to get on the phone with the leads and talk to them. This takes away from living the Dot Com Lifestyle. The solution to that problem is to let someone like Max do it for me. If you’re part of MTTB, Max can do it for you as well.

To make the big money in this business, you need to stop banging your head against the wall trying to sell a ton of low-ticket products. That is not the answer. The answer is the big-ticket offer. Why work your ass off trying to sell ten thousand $10 eBooks, when you can have a guy like Max make you $10,000 with just one phone call?

Adding The Big-Ticket Offer

There are two ways to add a big-ticket product to your marketing mix. The first is to create it yourself. If you have never made a high-priced product before, then this is not a great idea. The second way is to license a system like MTTB, and promote their suite of high-ticket products. That is what I do.

The great thing about the MTTB setup is you don’t have to do the selling. They have an experienced phone team that will close the high-ticket sales for you, so you can live the Dot Com Lifestyle and drink really big drinks!


The best way to find out more about the program is by applying for MTTB. This is a 21-step system for making your first $1,000, $3,000, or $5,000 commission online. The system gives you all the tools, training, and personal 1-on-1 coaching you need to start making big money online.

If this blog post whetted your appetite about big-ticket sales, and you want to read more about it, then I recommend you download my eBook, the Ultimate Online Profit Model. It goes into topic in super detail, and gives the online business models that I use to make six-figure monthly income, and live the Dot Com Lifestyle. The eBook is free. Go download your copy now.

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written by John Chow on August 31, 2014

The Ultimate Online Profit Model

I’m hosting a live webinar on Tuesday September 11 at 6PM EST, and I like to invite you to attend. It’s FREE, and won’t cost you anything!

My guest on the webinar will be Tim Paige. For those who don’t know, Tim is the host of ConversionCast, the number one rated conversion marketing show on iTunes. Tim will show you how to rapidly build your list and achieve super-high conversions. You will not want to miss this event.

Click the link below to check out what we’re doing and to register:

Rapid Listbuilding 2.0: The 7 Most Important Tweaks You Can Make To Your Website To 3x/4x Your List In The Next 6 Months

It’s all happening this this Tuesday (Sept. 11) at:

  • 3PM Pacific
  • 4PM Mountain
  • 5PM Central
  • 6PM Eastern

Here’s what folks have said about this webinar . . .

“Seeing how all your landing pages can work together as a sales machine was illuminating! Everyone should see this!”
Marcos D’Urbano

“This is definitely the best marketing webinar I’ve attended.”
Martin Chernenkof​f

“This was the best webinar I’ve seen (and I produce professional webinars for a living.)”
Lenny Ferreira

What We’ll Be Talking About


  • The four pages on your website should receive the bulk of your attention, energy, and focus. (If you focus on these four webpages, you can ignore almost all the others and still increase profits). This is about focus. Pay attention to these four pages and you’ll do great. Ignore them and you’re hosed.
  • The 7 most important tweaks you should be making to your website in 2013.
  • How to easily create a one-page dashboard to help you monitor the most important webpages in your business (and monitor the life of your list).

It’s all happening on Tuesday September 11 at times listed above. The room has limit of 1000 people. I expect a full house. Everyone who registered will immediately receive a free business growth mindmap and worksheet. Go reserve your seat now.

Register for Rapid Listbuilding 2.0 with John Chow and Tim Paige

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written by John Chow on August 30, 2014

A noted multi-millionaire said this about where luck meets success:

“It’s about being in the right place,
at the right time, and doing something about it.”

Another notable said:

“Luck is the dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get!”


With that said, how lucky would you say you are? Have you sweated enough online to get to get lucky enough to get the results you wanted?

Now, you can sweat and still not get ideal results. A chubby guy can run a mile and burn a ton of calories and do all the right things. However, it won’t do him much good if he leaves the track and heads straight to McDonald’s afterwards.

The Same Thing Happens Online

You may be working on the wrong things. You may even be sweating away on the right things, but are getting no results from it. For instance, finding the right business model to work in. You may do all of the research, maybe even test the waters by purchasing a few lower-end products in that market or company. However, if you’ve arrived at that opportunity of a lifetime, and you’re now at the right place at the right time, and you don’t DO something about it, then all that sweat is for nothing.

Massive action, continuous work and sweat towards your desired goal, is the great equalizer of success.

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written by John Rampton on August 29, 2014

Everyone who runs a website has the same thought going through their minds at some point every day – how do I generate more traffic to my site?? Especially when it comes to a small business with a tight SEO/marketing budget!

There are a few options that cost money – ie SEO, PPC and banner ads – however there are a few ways to generate traffic without spending any extra money. Let’s review those options! After all, why spend money when you don’t have to?


1 – Social Media

This is without a doubt the easiest way to generate traffic for free. By posting links to your site – with a great landing page of course! – those who are genuinely interested in what you have to offer, will be able to click right over directly to that page. Not only that, but you will be able to reach people who may be interested, but just didn’t know it yet! Along with posting links to your site on social media networks, you need to install a widget on your site that allows readers to quickly and easily share the page to their own social media networks. All it takes is one person sharing your page and your traffic will increase exponentially!

2 – Search Engine Optimization

By optimizing the sources of traffic you already have, you will be able to organically raise your ranking through search engines as well. By using keywords, negative keywords, and keyword rich content, you will be able to increase your traffic by simply keeping your content coming!

3 – Create Great Content

Along with SEO traffic increasing, it is necessary that your website/posts/pages are full of relevant, interesting information that a user will want to read in the first place! The truth is, when it comes to increasing traffic, you will only be able to increase traffic if people are searching for what you have to say. Your site must serve a purpose, solve a problem for a user, and fulfill some sort of objective that your users are searching for. By creating great – relevant, entertaining, interesting, and helpful – content, your readers will continue to come back to your site because they know it is full of reliable information.

By using the three tips we discussed above, your site will be able to not only generate more traffic, but it will be valuable traffic, and not just traffic that in essence becomes nothing but white noise. Keep in mind that increasing traffic is a slow process, and one that takes a lot of time and effort on your part. Be willing to put in that time, and you will be rewarded greatly! Also, keep in mind that large amounts of traffic mean nothing if they aren’t qualified readers – quality readers are sometimes much more valuable than just the quantity of readers. By following the three steps listed above, you will be able to increase both quality and quantity visits – and that’s what we are all looking for!

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written by John Chow on August 28, 2014

If you start bouncing around the Internet on a mobile device, it probably won’t take you more than a few minutes before you encounter a WordPress mobile website that’s powered by the popular WPtouch plugin for WordPress.

WPTouch is used by millions of end-users, and is also responsible for the mobile versions for many popular brands including Sony, Disney, PBS, CNN, and a host of others. To date it’s been downloaded nearly six million times from the WordPress repository, and is frequently in the top five most popular list for WordPress plugins.

How Does It Work?

If you haven’t heard of WPtouch before, I’ll explain what it is. It’s a plugin that you install and activate in WordPress that can selectively display a mobile-optimized theme for mobile users while allowing users on desktop and laptop machines to see your main theme. For most people, all it takes is a few clicks to have a mobile-friendly WordPress website that has similar branding (logo and colours) as their main site.


There are two completely different philosophies with regards to how to build mobile sites. The first is that a website owner should take their desktop site and selectively scale it down for mobile users — this philosophy is known as ‘Responsive Design’. The second is that a mobile website should be designed from the ground up to properly address the needs of a website’s particular mobile users – WPtouch is in this category.

Why Responsive Design Sometimes Falls Short

While responsive design is a good solution some of the time, most people tend to agree that it’s not without a few serious drawbacks. First, a website’s user-interface is often compromised in order for the desktop website to be selectively whittled-down to the mobile version via CSS – instead of providing an optimal user experience for both desktop and mobile users, often a responsively-designed website will do neither. WPtouch Pro was designed with only the mobile experience in mind, so no compromises needed to be made.

Second, most responsive designs simply use the same image assets for both desktop users as well as mobile users, leading to an excessively slow mobile experience. Even if a particular responsive theme includes smaller image assets for mobile devices, the dynamic nature of WordPress itself leads to large images within posts and pages being used on mobile devices, which increases page load times and degrades the user experience. WPtouch Pro addresses this problem via its Responsive Images extension – all images, even those embedded in WordPress post content, are dynamically scaled so that each device receives the optimally-sized image based on the end-user’s device dimensions. In addition, WPtouch Pro doesn’t include any large images in its themes – almost all assets are vector-based, so they render ideally on all mobile devices, even ones with retina displays.

Advertising on responsive websites can often be problematic as well since the advertising code is usually duplicated on the desktop and mobile versions of the website. While Google has been experimenting with responsive advertising units, most other advertising services haven’t. As a result, the ad unit will often be too large on mobile or too small on the desktop, leading to a decrease in potential advertising revenue. Using WPtouch Pro and the Multi-Ads extension, a website owner can decouple their desktop and mobile revenue sources and optimize them both independently – up to five different mobile-friendly advertising units can be included on any particular mobile page, completely independent from whatever advertising units are being used on the desktop site.

What Else Is Included In WPtouch Pro?

WPtouch Pro comes with four themes that cover several different popular market segments, as well as a few themes available at higher pricing tiers. Bauhaus: an easily brandable theme for most personal and small business websites. CMS, designed for businesses and content-heavy sites. Classic Redux: which includes a responsive tablet theme. Prose: meant for writers and text-heavy websites. Simple: for people who value simplicity over complexity. And Open: a location-aware theme designed from scratch for retail outlets.


Branding is trivial with WPtouch Pro, as most themes give you access to advanced font typography (via Google Fonts), link and accent colours, and typically the ability to upload your own logo. Not sure what colours you are using? No problem – WPtouch Pro will auto-discover them from your desktop theme.


In addition, one of the most popular WPtouch Pro features is Web-App mode, which allows your website to be saved to the home screen on iOS devices and launched like a typical application in a windowless-browser. Simply enable Web-App Mode in WPtouch Pro and upload the icons you would like to use. Mobile visitors on iOS devices who visit your site will then be prompted to save your site to the home screen. Once saved, they can launch the website at any time and view it in full-screen like a native application.


Each license also comes with one-year of professional support, ongoing product updates (typically released monthly), and access to a detailed knowledge-base to help end-users get the most out of their website.

How Much Does It Cost?

WPtouch Pro is available at four different pricing levels, starting at $49/year. Each level includes different features, extensions, themes, and additional sites that the product can be activated on. At the Small Business ($99/year) level, the Multi-ads extension is included as well as the ability to activate the product on up to five different WordPress sites. If you want the Responsive Images extension and the ability to use the product on up to 30 sites, look to the Agency license ($199/year).


If you don’t have a mobile friendly website or haven’t been happy with your responsive site, then WPtouch Pro may very well be a better solution for you. Its lightweight themes, ability to rescale images on the fly, and fine-grained control over mobile-specific advertising-units make it an attractive, affordable solution for WordPress website owners looking for a mobile website.

If you like WPtouch Pro, you can help spread the word while earning a commission through the affiliate program. It pays out a 25% commission, which amounts to upwards of $87 a sale at the Enterprise level.

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