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So you probably know TimTech launched ListViral yesterday. I gotta admit, I wasn’t too sure about this one at first… and you know I’ve been friends with Jon and Tim and Justin many, many years and have always been a big supporter of their programs and products, but I was admittedly a little hesitant about the price tag at first on this one. I’m no cheapskate, but eh, I’m pretty picky about recurring subscriptions in general.

And then I saw ListViral in action, and I just have one word – WHOA. What happened during the first hour or so after I signed up just kinda blew me away.

So okay, let me back up here…

Even though ListViral existed before, this week wasn’t really a relaunch of the program – because the new ListViral is truly a whole brand new and different product. ListViral previously, when it was owned by Matt Baker, was a mailer. The new ListViral is not a mailer at all, and the best way I can explain it is that it’s a viral list building tool that’s kinda like list building on steroids.

If you were around about six years ago during the Clickbank Pirate boom (or, more recently, Covert Commissions), it’s kinda sorta a little bit like those, offering different product packages within to promote that came with ready-made promo materials… but different in a lot of ways too.

Still, though, the push-button everything-set-up-for-you that came with those programs is more or less the same, except one of the big differences here is that the list or lists that are instantly set up for you with a click of a button truly are 100% your lists. Yours, yours, yours – you control those lists totally, forever (at least as long as you have RocketResponder).

You click a button and the e-mail series immediately appears right there in your RocketResponder account, a whole e-mail series of about a month’s worth to get you started, that you can always add more to as time goes on. All yours. (That wasn’t quite exactly true with Clickbank Pirate – they mailed for you, but those subscribers were basically their subscribers.)

The new ListViral setup was built to work directly with RocketResponder and only works with it, which I guess might annoy some AWeber and GetResponse and TrafficWave stalwarts but if you’ve already got RocketResponder (I have it and one of the other aforementioned biggies too), that’s a bonus.

And if you don’t have an autoresponder and/or are a newbie, you can’t get much more simple and easy to use than RocketResponder anyway. (And you can always get this super step-by-step program too if you need help with RocketResponder.)

You get lead capture pages and, in some cases, banners for each package you pick, some of which are only available to certain membership levels. There are three levels of membership – Basic, Club, and Elite – the Basic membership level is pretty inexpensive and you get access to a limited amount of stuff, and the Elite level has access to everything the other levels get plus more.

Commissions are 10% for Basic, 20% for Club, and 50% for the Elite level, and the Club and Elite levels have access to something called the Launch Cloud that can help you virally promote if you’re launching a new program or product.

There’s also a pricier one-time add-on to the Elite level you can get where TimTech staff will literally do everything for you – say, if you’re a program owner and want them to do a custom promotion for your program, they’ll do it ALL, as long as you remain on the Elite plan.

But what I really wanted to tell you about was the List Boost Maximizer, that only comes with the Elite level membership. This was the thing that blew me away yesterday.

So I joined, and then I picked my product packages and clicked the button for each that – BOOM! – immediately set up the e-mail series for each in my RocketResponder account. And that’s all I did. I didn’t promote ListViral or any of the products, hadn’t gotten around to any of that yet.

Still, within an hour or so, I noticed I had three new subscribers to two of those ListViral product package lists in my RocketResponder account… without me having done anything at all!

It just so happened I was talking with Janelle from TimTech at the time about a couple of other issues. I told her what I’d just noticed with the new subscribers and said, “Did those come from the List Boost Maximizer thingy?” and she emoticon-smiled and said “Yep!”

Now that’s pretty cool, for me to have done absolutely NOTHING and gotten three new signups to my lists. That alone is pretty impressive.

How does that happen? Well, if you’re an Elite level member, your ListViral products/lists get promoted on the thank you page of other ListViral members’ lists, basically, giving the person looking at that page the option to check out your product/list. That’s pretty doggone viral!

Anyhoo, yeah… I was a little on the fence until I saw that happen in real-time and then, again, I was just like WHOA. Very impressive, that. Whether I choose to remain at the Elite level in the long-term, I don’t honestly know for sure – it’ll depend on my results, which are certainly looking good based on the first hour of membership! – but here’s the thing…

The Elite plan is available right now, during the initial launch, at a 50% discount from what it will regularly be. That’s a pretty humongous price drop and considering what it can do… well, I have worked pretty hard over many years to get subscribers to my lists, so to have that happen literally on auto-pilot like that with me having done NOTHING yet is a pretty big huge plus.

The Basic and Club levels are also currently available at discounts as well, but let me warn you – all of those discounts will only be available for the first two hours after you join. So be prepared for that in advance (and the Basic and Club levels don’t get the auto-pilot-ness of the List Boost Maximizer either, so you might wanna consider the Elite while it’s at the 50% discount!).

I’ll add here before I go that they admittedly probably need to add a little descriptive “what is this?” FAQ-type info ASAP, ‘cos I foresee that as ListViral gets promoted more and more outside of the general TimTech/CTP realm and into non-TE marketing, as well as to people in TE Land who aren’t able to attend the daily conferences, they are probably going to get overwhelmed with support tickets asking what the Launch Cloud or the List Boost Maximizer and other extras are. But I’m certain they’ll be adding FAQ-type info soon (and Janelle, Brenda, Tom and even Jon aren’t generally terribly hard to find anyway).

In any case, yeah, sorry for the long review – I really am trying to get away from very lengthy posts as a rule – but there was a lot to cover here if I was going to give a thorough product review on my initial impressions of ListViral. And now I have!

So if you’ve a mind to, check out ListViral and see what you think! Have a good weekend, and I’ll be back for sure next week ‘cos I have something very educational on the back burner I need to write about before I explode… ha! See you then! :-)



Not that I don’t see questions similar to these come up often anyway – I do, pretty regularly – but lately while attending various online gatherings (or watching replays), as well as reading blog comments or seeing such questions elsewhere in writing, I’ve been seeing questions like these come up a lot lately, from a lot of different people in a lot of different places.

So, it seemed like a good time to post this.

Here are super simple, easy answers to what are probably the top two most frequent types of questions I see asked in various places in the course of any month around the traffic exchange and ClickTrackProfit communities…

Q. How do I use RocketResponder? What does it do? What can I do with it?

A. Go to Your Email Series. Read everything there. Watch all the videos. Done!

Q. How do I use trck.me? What does it do? What can I do with it?

A. Go to Trackery.me. Read everything there. Watch all the videos. Done!

Yep. It may be hard to believe, but it really is all just THAT easy!

Have a great weekend, folks! I don’t know where March went so fast, but happy April & Easter!



Seems I let nearly the whole month of January go by without a new post – oops – didn’t want to let the month end without something. I’ve sorta set a new goal for the rest of 2015 to try to write something new at least once a week, knowing full well that I’ll probably slip up a time or two or three (or more) before year’s end, but hey – that’s human nature, I suppose.

I’ve kinda had sort of a writer’s block lately, but it’s not exactly that, either. More like I’ve had a couple of posts bouncing around in my head for a month or two that have been simmering in the pot on the back burner, but are just not quite ready to be plated yet.

One in particular is about people who make money online vs. people who don’t make any, and it seems really important to me to scratch that one out soon. Mainly because I pretty much see the same mistakes that generally lead to NO money making, over and over again, every time I surf.

So, maybe that post will finally be fully “cooked” come Monday or Tuesday. It’s been baking in my head so long I feel like it’s about time to get it out of the oven!

For now, though, I did want to help spread the word that my pal Russell Stockley’s excellent and super valuable daily show, Fresh, has moved to a new time slot at 5pm Eastern, just after TE Live usually ends. It’s currently on Vokle every weekday except for Thursdays (when Russell holds his Cuppa Time game show at 8pm Eastern).

Fresh usually lasts around 15-20 minutes, sometimes a little more, and is centered around learning in the industry, especially about four of the more important aspects of online business in the traffic exchange industry. Mondays are devoted to marketing in general; Tuesday is about branding; design talk happens on Wednesdays; and Friday is all about list building.

It’s a huge opportunity to learn new things or better ways of doing them as well as just hanging out with others from the TE community, and often there are opportunities to win something (login spotlight ads, startpages, squeeze page design & more). Whether you’re a veteran or a newbie, I highly encourage you to take a few minutes out of your day to check it out.

I’ll be back here in the new week and new month of February next week with new thoughts, new posts, and a renewed motivation to do so, fingers crossed. January just kinda flew by without me really realizing it.

’til then, have a great weekend, and hey… feel free to go Click Your Face Off while you’re at it!

(Sunny Suggs did not pay me to say that – however, a happy Sunny is a happy Lucky 13 team room, so please feel free to help me keep Sunny happy, and Always Vote Sunny. Otherwise unicorns cry and that would be bad.)


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