If you were 4-years-old and forced to figure out how to tie your shoelaces on your own, you would eventually succeed. Your laces might be tied to each other, or wrapped around your ankle, or just twisted around each other instead of in perfect bow knots. But you would consider the job complete.
And, it would take you hours to get that far, even if you had the patience to go on!
Fortunately, most of us are taught how to tie our shoes by a loving, caring parent or sibling. We learn the same method they’ve used for years, step-by-step.
The results are higher quality and success is achieved faster because we we learn much more quickly when a sequence of steps are invovled.
Web Marketing is Like Tying Your Shoe Laces!
Study any successful business today and you can see how they’ve followed a sequence of steps to get where they are today. The Here Next Year Club provides the sequences of steps you need to get the leads and sales you want using the Internet.
- Accelerate your learning
- Eliminate duplication of effort
- Reduce time to go-live!
- Discover steps you might have missed
- Implement current tactics you haven’t heard of before
- Use your time most wisely
- Get pro results even if you’re a first-timer!
Just getting started with your website? The “Builder” Level 1 will be your best fit
Already have a website but need traffic? The “Marketer” Level 2 will be your choice
Ready to create products and joint venture? The “Producer” is for you!
Can You Relate to One of These People?
|I never imagined there would be so many pieces and parts to launching, promoting and selling a product on the web. The website is enough of a challenge. But, I'd be all over the place if I didn't have a sequence to follow for everything else."
Dr. Richard Shane, SleepEasily.com
"I had been slogging through tutorials that were teaching a complex method for doing something that should really take 5 minutes. I discovered there are a lot of bad FB resources out there, and Here Next Year saved days or even weeks of frustration. I'm over that confusion hurdle and I now am working my FB marketing strategies for several businesses."
Anita Edge, DenverGreenChili.com
"If my website is judged by new business opportunities, then we have created a tremendous success."
Chris B. Warner, ChrisBWarner.com
Every steplist is reviewed and updated AT LEAST every three months, usually sooner. Facebook, for example, changes their software every couple of weeks! When we discover new steps to be added or old steps to be removed (or are notified by our club members), we make changes to the steplists and send an email notification out to the club that changes have been made.
You always have access to the most current steplist version.