Recently, I’ve been playing some new games in the business sandbox.
One of the games I’m playing is setting things up to get more results with less work.
Now there are many ways to do this. And I’m far from the expert. I’m simply a fledgling dove spreading my wings.
But there are a lot of lessons I’ve learned.
One of which can be summed up as:
The ‘Air BnB Host’s Secret' to a squealing piggy bank
Here’s the rub:
If you have a house with an extra room, you can simply make an Air BnB account, rent that room out, and make some extra dough.
Yes, it will take a bit of work on your part.
But you don’t have to buy anything new, raise capital, make any drastic changes, or uproot your current routine.
And there are dozens of ways to use this Air BnB secret to get more out of your biz from the resources you already have.
For example, if you have an email subscriber list you never mail, that list is like an empty room in your house that you can fill (IE, begin emailing with offers).
Or if you have an old product you haven’t sold for a while, add a sale of it to your promotional calendar.
Or perhaps you have a few dozen old articles you’ve written that aren’t getting quite so many peepers on them. Resurrect these articles by turning them into podcasts, audio, video, or some other form of content (or better yet, package articles on a similar theme into a low-price kindle book to make some extra sales and bring in new leads).
The few points I’ve laid out here barely score the surface.
But if you use your noggin, I’m sure you can think of dozens of ways to use resources you already have to make your life much easier.
Which brings me to the pitch:
If you need my help writing emails, sales pages, or creating a marketing strategy, simply click ‘reply’ and tell me the biggest business or marketing challenges you currently face.
P.S. Here’s a ‘bonus’ way:
In the footer of all customer service tickets, simply leave a link to your flagship product. This likely won’t generate a ton of sales, but because it takes almost no time to do, any sales you do make is simply icing on the carrot cake.