Editor’s note 9/6/17: Digital Commerce Academy is now closed to new students. If you’re interested in learning the strategies and tactics for building a successful digital business, join the waitlist today.
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.
You just have to make these two simple choices …
1. Decide you have the will to move forward
In a minute, I’m going to briefly explain why walking through the reopened doors of Digital Commerce Academy might be a great choice for you to make.
But you have to make another choice first.
You have to decide that you really want the personal, professional, and potential financial freedom that is possible through a business built on digital products and services.
There’s certainly ample evidence for why you’d make such a choice:
- Online education is a $107 billion a year industry.
- Sales of ebooks exceeded $9 billion in 2015 alone.
- Rainmaker Digital started as one man’s blog about online copywriting, and less than a decade later was an eight-figure business (fully bootstrapped) based solely on digital products.
But opportunity, no matter how clear, does not guarantee achievement or success. Opportunity only guarantees you the chance.
And that chance will evaporate like water in the dry Texas heat if you don’t have the will to learn, work hard, and commit to see your objectives through to completion.
This isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme.
If that’s what you’re looking for, you’re in the wrong place. (But you probably knew that already. I bet it’s why you’re here in the first place.)
Digital commerce our way is about delivering real value for an audience of people who know you and trust you.
It’s about creating content assets and productized services that are simple and convenient, and that will earn you recurring, reliable revenue in exchange for your hard work — but without the hassle of shipping and warehousing.
It’s about building a sustainable business over the long term. Something that’s yours.
And you can have it.
You just have to do what the sign that hangs on the wall behind my desk says:
Can you do that?
Then you’re ready to entertain the second choice …
2. Decide to follow proven tactics and strategy for digital commerce success
This is where Digital Commerce Academy comes in.
Because underneath all the moving bits and pieces, you really only need three pillars in place to support your online business.
I suspect you’ve got the first one: the will to move forward.
Then you just need the right strategy and the right tactics.
Think about it this way: if your strategy is knowing your final destination, then your tactics are like the GPS directions to get there.
The will to move forward is up to you, but the strategy and tactics? We’ve got you covered there.
We also know that taking a chance and moving forward can seem intimidating sometimes … and we want to make the decision as easy as possible for you.
So we’re reopening the doors to Digital Commerce Academy and offering you a special deal.
Two brand-new courses are on the way — one from Brian Clark, and the other from Chris Garrett and Tony Clark. The lessons for these courses will be released weekly between now and the end of 2017.
As promised the last time we opened the doors to Digital Commerce Academy, the price of membership will go up once these new courses are complete. So we wanted to offer you this one final chance to get in at the current price.
You took the first step by reading this far.
Take the next step now:
Click here to find out all the details about Digital Commerce Academy, and learn why it’s your clear path to building the online business of your dreams.
Reader Comments (1)
Brian Satterlee says
Thank you Jerod, I will take a look at it.
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