Today is the final day to register for Digital Commerce Academy before the doors close at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time and the price goes up. Here’s a quick reminder of everything you will have immediate access to: The four existing courses — including Brian Clark’s breakthrough course, Build Your Online Training Business the Smarter Way, Read More…
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Let’s get something important out of the way: It’s okay to have fears. Actually, it can be good to have fears. Especially when it comes to any kind of entrepreneurial venture. Fear can keep you working hard. Fear can keep you asking the right questions. Fear can keep you from taking any success for granted. Read More…
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This week, we have three posts to help you grow in various ways — creatively, financially, grammatically. On Monday, Jerod Morris let us know that Digital Commerce Academy is now open for new students! This is the resource you need if you want to get a digital business off the ground — or make faster Read More…
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Can I really earn a living with digital products and services? The answer is yes, you can. And you can enjoy the personal and professional freedom that comes along with it too. Already prepared to move forward? Here’s how to start your Digital Commerce Academy membership today, so you can learn the strategy and tactics Read More…
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Just a heads up that our Digital Commerce Academy (DCA) — the resource that gives you real-world instruction on how to build a digital business — will be opening to new students next week for a limited time. Whether you want to launch a side hustle, take your small business to the next level, or Read More…
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I love digital business. Nothing else can match it for the freedom, the flexibility, the ability to make a living while only occasionally putting pants on. But. Sadly, it just isn’t true that you can wave your hands around, say a few magic words, and turn the internet into your ATM. The internet has no Read More…
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Once upon a time, there was a straightforward solution to “monetizing” your website when you got tired of trying to make AdSense work:
Write an ebook!
Having something of your own to offer, even a simple $7 ebook, virtually always beats trying to monetize your traffic with advertising.
And that’s still true. (In fact, sales of ebooks hit $9 billion in 2015.)
But as more and more people have taken that advice, we need to get a little more strategic to build strong businesses around ebooks.
It can still be done, and I’ll be talking about folks who are doing it. But you can also let ebooks become part of a bigger game, within a larger digital business strategy.
The straight ebooks-for-sale play
We all know that some fiction authors are making a killing selling digital-only books on Amazon.
In fact, a few of those authors are dear friends of ours.
But that’s not what we’ll be talking about today. The world of fiction is a fascinating one in its own right, but the other type of ebook — the somewhat traditional “information product” designed to teach something valuable — is one we have a lot of experience with.
Two powerhouse ebook publishers
It’s getting trickier to build a business around ebooks alone, but if you look at Darren Rowse’s Digital Photography School, that site grew to an ecommerce powerhouse on the strength of ebooks.
(In recent years, DPS has expanded to offer courses as well — a natural evolution that can be remarkably profitable.)
The DPS ebooks
One final note to let you know that the doors close to Digital Commerce Academy later today at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
We’ll reopen to new members in 2017, and when we do, the annual price will be $400 higher than it is right now.
So start your Academy membership today — because the low price you lock in now will be the price you pay for the lifetime of your account, no matter how much we raise it in the future.
Find out what your DCA membership will include and get started today.
Then our proven practitioners of digital commerce can help you build the digital business of your dreams without squandering time and money, stumbling to find the right path, or making unnecessary mistakes.
Join us today.
P.S. And yes, you get our standard 30-day money-back guarantee.
So lock in the current price today, and then spend the next month exploring the Academy to make your final decision on whether it’s right for you.
We think you’ll decide it is. Find out for yourself:
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I have a few quick questions for you …
Do you realize that worldwide sales of ebooks exceeded $9 billion in 2015?
Did you know that online education is now a $21.3 billion per year market in the U.S. alone?
And would you like to tap into a small, little portion of those massive pies to claim your own piece?
If so, joining Digital Commerce Academy may be a smart choice for you to make.
(Just don’t wait. More on that in a minute.)
DCA was created to be the premier online resource for learning how to create and sell digital products and services — everything from ebooks and online courses to membership sites, WordPress themes and plugins, even SaaS applications.
We’re the ones who launched it because we’ve actually done this stuff. We’re a company that has steadily “practiced what we teach” with digital commerce to become an 8-figures-per-year business.
And we want to help you get your piece of the huge digital commerce pie.
So we invite you to join us inside of Digital Commerce Academy before we close the doors to new members on October 28, 2016.
We won’t be reopening until sometime in 2017, at which point the price will be nearly double what it is now.
Here’s why …
You already get all of the following with a Digital Commerce Academy membership
4 Complete Online Courses
Build Your Online Education Business the Smarter Way by Brian Clark
Themes, Plugins, and More: Creating WordPress Products the Smarter Way by Chris
Digital Commerce Summit is three months away, and we’re all very excited about this inaugural event. It’s happening in Denver, CO on October 13-14, 2016.
If you’re a digital entrepreneur, or are interested in getting into the business of creating and selling digital products, this is right up your alley.
But you’re going to want to act fast, because the price is going up this month. Let’s quickly run through the most compelling reasons to sign up before that happens.
1. The Speakers
Regardless of other factors, the quality of a business conference is determined by the speakers and what useful insight they bring you. Our agenda is stacked with actual entrepreneurs who walk the talk.
The fact that they’re also great teachers is an amazing benefit as well. You won’t get lost in jargon and “inside baseball” references.
You’ll learn from people like Rand Fishkin of Moz, Joanna Weibe of Copy Hackers, Laura Roeder of Edgar, and Chris Ducker of Youpreneur … plus many more high profile entrepreneurs.
Also, your favorites from Rainmaker Digital will be presenting as well — Jerod Morris, Pamela Wilson, Sonia Simone, and Chris Garrett. I’ll be there too, but don’t let that deter you.
Our integrated agenda assures that you’ll depart from Denver with a clear picture of your path forward. While one great idea is worth the investment, you’ll do much better than that.
2. The Entertainment
We’re known for throwing great parties. The networking, relationships, and deals that happen thanks to like-minded people enjoying themselves