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Channeling My Inner Gary Vee | Everyday I’m Hustlin’

What is up?! It has been a while since I’ve posted here, I have been so busy this past week. I have been coding a website for the past 3 days straight with only 2 hours of sleep every night. And if your a coder you may know this, the more tired you get the harder it is lol (I Guess that’s with anything).

Hence the title of this article, “Channeling my inner Gary Vee”, my digital mentor always preaches on executing and how he only sleeps about 4 hours a night. When I first started watching him I thought that was crazy, how could someone like him work so hard and still only get 4 hours of sleep.

Well, I figured it out, once I really started hustling, ITS PASSION. I have such a passion to build my company that I have literally been able to operate on very little sleep, yet back in the old days when I would have to wake up early to go work for someone else at a job I wasn’t passionate about, I was always tired, I would come home from those jobs and crash right away!

Now I never want to sleep or do anything if it conflicts with building my dream. All those things that Gary Vee was saying when I first started watching him make even more sense now!

Anyway, thought it would be a good idea to post a little update about what I’ve been doing, the website I’m working on will be finished tonight so I will be able to continue on with the ebooks/resources I’ve been promising on here for awhile. No worries! Everything is coming and it will be amazing!

Stay Tuned, Keep making Moves

-Evan Beale

Sincerity is Key to Building Real Relationships | Organic Growth on Social Media in 2018

Sincerity is key! You have to give a fu*k about what you are doing, but not only that, you need to give a fu*k about other people and what those other people are doing. Don’t just pump out your content asking for people to do something, or buy something from you without actually giving a fu*k about them. People pick up on that shit.

Something I always preach is value. If your reaching out to people, asking them to do something, or if your looking to partner on something, you need to be bringing value every time. A key here is finding out what they will perceive, as having the most value. That’s whats nice “perceived value”, something super valuable to them may not be that big of a deal to you, like a feature or shout out or some money what ever it may be, you now seem to be giving them more value than your receiving, and that’s the key. You just need to figure out what will benefit them the most?

Another part of this is, don’t even worry about how they can help you, don’t even ask! Just focus on delivering value to that said person or brand, and after you help them they will help you without you asking, in my experience this is a major key component to building amazing relationships that last.

Don’t do something for the reward, do it for the journey.

Remember everyone you encounter on the web is just like you, their putting content out their sharing something their passionate about with the world, don’t hate on anything, spread the love, engage, follow, share, like, and I promise you, you will actually start to connect with people. Sincerity is key!

This is just some advice, I see so many people trying to take shortcuts, and wondering why there not getting anywhere, this kind of shit takes time. Put in the work.

-Evan

Introductions / Honest Marketing @ Digital Clinic

Here is a little introduction, I stepped in front of the camera this time so you could put a face to the voice. I tell you why I started making videos, and give you a little insight on all the marketers ads you’ve been seeing.

Now of course what I say in the video is not a blanket statment, if you agree with me then your probably an honest marketer and have nothing to worry about. If you disagree with what I said you may just be who I am talking about.

I have no problem with webinars or courses, as long as they have value. I have a problem when someone that has no real professional experience as a marketer goes online and copy and pastes other peoples knowledge and pass it off as their own master plan that they sell for hundreds of dollars. Let me know your thoughts on the video!

Thanks,

Evan Beale @ Digital Clinic

How to Build a Sales Funnel using WordPress

In my last video about Alternative to Clickfunnels, I talked about how you could build a sales funnels using WordPress. In this video I go more into depth, showing you exactly how to set up a sales funnel landing page within your very own WordPress site.

As I have made clear, clickfunnels is cool, but to me it makes no sense to pay for a third party page builder when your already paying for WordPress. Especially when that page builder is $97 a month.

Watch the video below:

If you don’t want to do it this way, look into Elementor or other page builder plug-ins for WordPress, its nice to keep everything in house and get a nice SEO boost.

It really isn’t hard to make something like this, and it will save you a bunch of money instead of wasting it on an overpriced service.

Clickfunnels Landing Page
Screenshot of Clickfunnels.com

Dissecting this Screenshot:

1. You barely need to code or know how to design to make what I just showed you, or their are free/cheaper options.

2. In the paragraph where he talks about, “being held hostage by the tech nerds you used to tease in high school” – now we all know Russell Wrestled in school, so there might actually be some truth here, I’m beginning to think Russell had a bad encounter with a Developer/Coder he use to tease, and he co-founded clickfunnels solely to cut out “the nerd” lol, either way at the end of the paragraph he says “Pay too much money for something you don’t even know will work” – in all fairness, his service (a page builder) is $97 a month and every time you make a clickfunnel you don’t know if it will work or not, it ultimately comes down to the product and how well you run your ads not your actual funnel. You could have an awesome looking funnel but a crappy product, guess what, it’s not gonna sell.

3. He then talks about how something so simple that should only take minutes somehow becomes hours then days then weeks. – As you can see in my video, it does only take a few minutes, and you can do it yourself, you don’t need to hire some expensive coder.

I am no way attempting to put Russel on blast or anything, hes an awesome entrepreneur and has written some awesome books, the guy has a ton of value he can offer you and clickfunnels has value, but not worth $97 a month when there are just as good, free or cheaper options.

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