Join me for an informative and value packed interview with James Stone founder of Leadgusher (which I will review here) and a variety of other online properties. James has been writing software and business solutions for the past 27 years. I was first introduced to James by my friend Janet Legere and I have incorporated the Leadgusher system as one of my list building pillars. Leadgusher is literally a “set it and forget it” system that will pull organic traffic to your website as web-searches are made by prospects using the keywords you specify.
James Stone will share his story and tell us how the Leadgusher system was created, the methods that make it so effective at generating leads, the best methods to market the system, and how you can secure your free account and even make money marketing Leadgusher as an affiliate.
Here are the show details:
Show: The Internet Business Blueprint Podcast
When: Friday June 11th at 1:00 PM EST
Web-Host: Blog Talk Radio
Show Page: http://www.JamesHolmesRadio.com
Call In Number: 1 (646) 727-3058
Chat Room Open: Yes
How does Leadgusher work?
Leadgusher is a listbuilding website that aggregates RSS Feeds based on the specific keywords or keyword phrases that you enter into the setup profile. In effect you create a keyword specific link directory to post in your niche, which in turn delivers organic results for your webpage to your target audience. But that is only half of story!
In addition to creating your feed directory the site also promote your primary business opportunity or recommended resource above the fold on your website. The branding includes a direct link to your primary website cloaked with anchor text that you select followed by a series of keyword rich headings. Your branding is prominent on the page and it will create redirects to your site and opt ins to your list.
How do you get started?
You begin by setting up your free account here: Leadgusher Free Account
The link takes you to the account sign up page where you also will be able to review a short video tour of the back-office. You will gain immediate access to your free account and you will simply follow the set up instructions (one page of date to input…. fill in the blanks) and submit. That is it! Your RSS directory will auto populate and you are on your way to receiving traffic to your site.
Leadgusher does offer a simple lifetime upgrade for $49 – this is a one-time charge and entitles you to earn commission of $22.50 for every person you refer to Leadgusher that upgrades their account. These commission are paid daily through Pay Pal.
Here is how your new Leadgusher website will look branded for you and your business: Leadgusher Home Page
The more sites that you have on the Internet the greater your opportunity to generate consistent opt ins and sales. Systems like Leadgusher are designed to help you list build and create a secondary income stream while promoting your primary business. When you come across a system like this and there are a handful of good sites out there – take action, claim your account, get it set up and promote the site.
Keep in mind that if you set up your account and literally walk away from any further action, it will bring you leads – if you promote your new site, it will generate consistent sales. What you decide to so with the site is up to you.
In any event be sure to join me on Friday for my live interview with James Stone and find out all of the details and by all means ask a few questions. I look forward to having you join us!
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