Okay, today we get to the part I’ve been looking forward to in Easy Paycheck Formula 2 – getting traffic to our lenses!
Note: This review covers the video course. The version of the course on sale on the Warrior forum does not include the videos, but the ebook contains all the same methods. The videos are available as an upsell. See the comments under this post for more details.
This section contains 6 short videos and covers how to get traffic from other Squidoo users.
Sara says we won’t make a lot of sales by doing this, but the traffic and likes we get will improve our lensrank and increase our authority in the eyes of future visitors. Sounds good!
The first video is an overview of this method, and the second is an explanation of the Squidoo dashboard and where to find the stats for our lenses.
The last 4 videos contain the methods for getting traffic, likes, and comments on our lenses from inside Squidoo.
These methods are so easy and simple, but they just never occurred to me and I could kick myself now. One of them in particular is quite subtle and clever. I have seen people doing this before, but I only now understand why it’s beneficial for them!
I first heard about Sara Young, the creator of Easy Paycheck Formula 2, in Andrew Hansen’s Forever Affiliate course – Andrew did an interview with her in one of the coaching modules.
Sara makes 6 figures a year working online, even though she’s a stay-at-home mom of 7 kids – which means she can’t have a lot of free time, right? I don’t have any kids and I never have time to do everything on my to-do list! But Sara says she works “barely part-time”.
So a few months ago when I heard about her new course, Easy Paycheck Formula 2, I was immediately interested.
The course is about making money online using only free methods, and though these methods can be used on various sites, this course focuses on Squidoo.
I haven’t had much luck with Squidoo yet, and I know I could be doing much better – often when researching niches in the Forever Affiliate course, one of the top spots on Google would be a Squidoo lens.
The points from the salespage that interested me the most were:
The last point doesn’t affect me personally, but a lot of my readers have contacted me asking about courses for newbies. However, Sara says this course is also for intermediate marketers, so I’m hoping I’ll learn some stuff too.
In this review I’ll write my impressions as I go through the course, and let you know if it lives up to it’s promises or not.