I recently helped a client spank an affiliate contest for a biz-opp offer they promoted.
And just the other day, someone posted in their facebook group saying how their 12-year old was using the offer to land recurring revenue clients.
To make matters even cuter, the little entrepreneur said he would use his earnings to buy a new computer so he could “work more efficiently”. Only later to tell his dad that he should buy him the computer for him as a “company asset”.
And seems like he has a bright future ahead of him.
The weird thing is, the biz-opp market can get a pretty bad rap.
Which I get.
A lot of the copy is hypey. And some of the marketing practices are unpalatable to say the least.
But a lot of people killing it in that market are salt-of-the-earth types just trying to help others throw off the yoke of 9-5 life and build a business they enjoy.
Nothing wrong with that if you ask me.
There’s another lesson here too. Which is how to craft a really strong offer.
I mean, the kid is using a system he paid $50 for to land recurring revenue deals amounting to a few hundred dollars a month per client.
You don’t see that kinda immediate gain even out of high-priced info products by the best of the best.
And remember, he’s 12.
Doesn’t mean every market and every brand should make offers easy enough for a 12-year old to use.
But if it is easy enough for a 12-year old to use, it’s that much more likely your customers will consume it, implement it, and benefit from it.
Which makes them much more likely to come back and buy from you again.
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