Feb 19

How to crush your competition online in 90 Days (Win a FREE CYC makeover worth $2,000)

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Every week, we see a new success story sprawl all over the web about how a single entrepreneur has built a powerful, authoritative, big business in his or her industry.

What’s amazing is that most of the time, these businesses aren’t very old. It hasn’t taken 3-5 years to build awareness, scope the market, build an audience and make big sales. Most of the time it happens all within 6-18 months.

I believe it is not fluke or luck. It is the careful, detailed study and planning of a well-executed strategy for any entrepeneur in any niche to quickly rise to the top, outperform their closest competitors, gain the most trust from their prospects and customers, and win more business

In this video episode, we explore this one simple, yet powerful concept that can transform your business – and your fortunes – within the next 90 days. Yes, you CAN do this too.

CONTEST: Win a FREE “Crush Your Competition” Business Makeover – Worth $2000.

If you’ve been following my work, watching my videos, reading this blog for any amount of time, you know that I’m serious about helping you build an online business and life you love.

If you really want to send your business success into overdrive and surpass all your 2013 goals in the next 90 days — you’ve got to follow and implement everything I’ve talked about in the video above. So what better way than to have ME help you make it happen, wouldn’t you agree? So we’re going to have a little fun in the process, selecting one lucky candidate who will get a serious “Crush Your Competition” style makeover.

SUPER PRIZE: ONE lucky winner will be selected to win the “Crush Your Competition” Business Makeover package which will first include a one hour Blogging Masterclass coaching session with Kavit Haria. In this private one-to-one Skype/telephone session with me, you will create a specific plan, with a framework for building a big business, generating the kind of customers and income you want – ALL within 90 days. This session will be held with one winner in the first week of March. (RRP $750). Then, in order to make this happen, I’ll get your blog designed and hosted for you, all with the plugins you’ll need. You pay nothing. (RRP $1250). Total value: $2000

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: There’s a two-step process to make your entry into this contest.

First, you’ve got to help me out. Simply click either the LIKE for Facebook, or TWEET for Twitter button that you see under the video above. Doing that means you might get another person to benefit from the content on this site. It costs you nothing to do, too.

Second, simply write your responses to these three questions in a comment below – 500 words or less. 1. Who are you and what do you do in your business? 2. What’s the biggest challenge you are facing right now? 3. What will having a strong blogging content strategy do for you?

CONTEST ENDS:  Sunday 25th February, 2013 at 5.30pm GMT.

WINNER CHOSEN: Only one winner will be selected. I will decide. I’ll announce the winner by writing a comment below, so make sure you come back to check this post

The gong has sounded. The contest has started. Good luck!

  • Ken

    My name is Ken. I’m soon to be 61. I had my own service business for 25+ years. I began I.M. approx. 15 months ago, so far with less than stellar results. I have been
    knocked back, but not down, a couple of times by life and (Mr. G – gle). That
    kind of practice only makes it easier to get back up. My whole goal in life has
    always been to Help people when and wherever I can. It always comes back,
    sometimes in ways we don’t expect. This may disqualify me from your contest but
    my soon to be business is not currently operational but nearing completion of
    the planning stage. My biggest challenge that I’m facing right now as in most
    things is short-cutting the learning curve. I know the learning curve is part
    of the dues we pay to be entrepreneurs (been there done that) but specifically in
    the I.M. market, the mechanics of the business are evolving so rapidly (ex. Software,
    themes, plug-ins, programs) that with my lack of prior experience in these
    areas makes it difficult to make informed decisions. I believe these Decisions
    that are so basic in nature are yet so critical to initial success. I pride
    myself on being able to adapt and learn quickly, but as with most people in
    I.M. field I have wasted a lot of time and resources following the shiny
    objects. I believe my project to be important and beneficial to too many people
    to fail due to my own ignorance. My business model will be an open front end
    blogging and engagement area with a private low cost membership back end made up
    of a forum area and video – podcast library. The group targeted makes up one of the single largest demographics (over 80 million) and accounts for approx. 40% of total spending here in the U.S. The amount of issues facing this demographic is staggering already and only increasing daily. In my opinion these issues are not adequately addressed or discussed. A strong blogging platform strategy will create initial contact and exposure. It brings into play the ability to cover issues faced by the many but
    too often times endured in silence by the individual. It will also create and feed
    an endless supply of new content subjects through feedback. Best of all this
    demographic when motivated properly love to share. I have been on Your list and
    have been following You for some time now and must say I greatly appreciate the
    lessons, instructions and insights that You willingly share. I also appreciate the
    opportunity to post this comment /or at least share with You if You don’t post. Thanks, to Quote Abraham Lincoln “The best thing about the Future is that it Comes One day at a Time”

  • Ken

    My name is Ken. I’m soon to be 61. I had my own service business for 25+ years. I began I.M. approx. 15 months ago, so far with less than stellar results. I have been
    knocked back, but not down, a couple of times by life and (Mr. G – gle). That
    kind of practice only makes it easier to get back up. My whole goal in life has
    always been to Help people when and wherever I can. It always comes back,
    sometimes in ways we don’t expect. This may disqualify me from your contest but
    my soon to be business is not currently operational but nearing completion of
    the planning stage. My biggest challenge that I’m facing right now as in most
    things is short-cutting the learning curve. I know the learning curve is part
    of the dues we pay to be entrepreneurs (been there done that) but specifically in
    the I.M. market, the mechanics of the business are evolving so rapidly (ex. Software,
    themes, plug-ins, programs) that with my lack of prior experience in these
    areas makes it difficult to make informed decisions. I believe these Decisions
    that are so basic in nature are yet so critical to initial success. I pride
    myself on being able to adapt and learn quickly, but as with most people in
    I.M. field I have wasted a lot of time and resources following the shiny
    objects. I believe my project to be important and beneficial to too many people
    to fail due to my own ignorance. My business model will be an open front end
    blogging and engagement area with a private low cost membership back end made up
    of a forum area and video – podcast library. The group targeted makes up one of the single largest demographics (over 80 million) and accounts for approx. 40% of total spending here in the U.S. The amount of issues facing this demographic is staggering already and only increasing daily. In my opinion these issues are not adequately addressed or discussed. A strong blogging platform strategy will create initial contact and exposure. It brings into play the ability to cover issues faced by the many but
    too often times endured in silence by the individual. It will also create and feed
    an endless supply of new content subjects through feedback. Best of all this
    demographic when motivated properly love to share. I have been on Your list and
    have been following You for some time now and must say I greatly appreciate the
    lessons, instructions and insights that You willingly share. I also appreciate the
    opportunity to post this comment /or at least share with You if You don’t post. Thanks, to Quote Abraham Lincoln “The best thing about the Future is that it Comes One day at a Time”