I use several different computers and always need access to the latest version of a file. I used to keep a small flash drive that plugged into the device I was using but that strategy failed when I started using my Samsung Tablet!
Dropbox has been around for several years and it is very easy to use. You get 2G of space when you sign up for an account. You can add storage by paying for it or by completing different tasks. (More below…)
Needless to say, 2G is not a lot of space! So I needed to get busy completing their tasks or just paying for an upgrade. Then I started looking around.
SugarSync looked very interesting. So I set up an account on my laptop and tablet. Sugarsync turned out to be great for training I wanted to watch or listen to while traveling. Before the trip I selected the folders on my computer with the training I wanted to watch and put these on SugarSync. Next I open my tablet and sync the training folders to the tablet.
Now I am all set to consume the training where ever on the trip and not worry about using bandwidth or a laptop that needs to be recharged.
I still needed most space for my online file sharing and storage and before committing to Dropbox, I tried GoogleDrive. It was less expensive. I really dislike Google Drive! It takes forever for the file to show up and then the two computers are not in sync.
I do not have time to make sure that the files are in sync!
[NOTE: Wait until you see a price comparison!]
Today I read about Copy, a new service. I set up an account and it is like Dropbox!!!
You get 15G of space AND it is easy to add space!!
First off – you need to have a product that is already selling
Are trying to launch something of great value for a small price.
My partner, Nancy Alexander, has some great products! They help those who purchase achieve their dreams.
When she comes out with a new product we usually offer the product at a discount for a short time but changing the price is a manual effort that rarely was done on time.
When I had the opportunity to try a new plugin by Market Samuari, I jumped on it! The plugin is called Scarcity Plugin. It was very easy to setup and customize! In no time I had a nice countdown timer on the website.
I loved that fact that once we set it up, it was on auto-pilot! When the special was over, the plugin automatically sent the visitor to the regular sales page.
In the last couple of blog posts on Facebook tips, we have taken a look at:
CTA – Call to Action
In this post we are going to cover a couple of key components to successful on Facebook:
Facebook is the largest social platform and you need to be social! I have client who use Facebook, or rather, attempt to use Facebook to find more customers.
What they are doing wrong:
Use Facebook to continually pitch their products or services
Do not respond to customer/visitor comments
Do not answer complaints
Do not share anything about themselves or their business or their story
So what should they be doing:
For every sales post there is at least two “interesting” posts (add value or talk about some recent milestone)
Add images on as many posts as possible
Respond to every comment
Pick times when your visitors are online and be consistent with your presence
Run contests or sweepstakes with third party apps
NOTE: You do not have to be the one that has all the content. Curate from trusted sources. Show that you are not only an expert yourself in a particular area but that you also know the other experts who add value content and insights.
The fastest way to learn is by either getting training or by doing what successful people are doing. My partner, Nancy Alexander, is a Facebook guru! She knows how to engage with her target market. The example screenshots shown on this post are from her Facebook page. You can see her Facebook small business page here.
The best training that we have used to date (I am sure that there are other good courses but we only promote what we buy.) FB Influence by Amy Porterfield is a great course for a very reasonable price.