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Your RRW Membership / What is $1 menu? It's a blank page?
« on: February 22, 2020, 11:29:34 AM »
Each time I check the $1 page it's always blank.
any ideas why?

Thank you.
I figured it out now. Each time I clicked on a link to either open it or to download it, it was taking me to a page to sign in again. If I right clicked and save as, it worked without kicking me out. Strange but thats how it worked.

I login as usual to RRW and can use all the free members links, but when I goto Internet marketing black belt section, it kicks me out and then asks me to login again.

any ideas why it's doing that?

I never had any issues before, and I was downloading some pdf, and then it just kicked me out and won't let me in.

Off Topic Forum / Re: Anyone creating and selling Kindle books?
« on: February 15, 2020, 06:25:21 AM »
I've signed up for an account in createspace, it was a little confusing but I managed to figure it out.
Not published any books yet. Because I am still looking into Kindle as well, so I can publish the book on both platforms. I still have a lot to learn about it.

Did you do anything special to make your sales?
Is there a specific way of doing this on Kindle and or Createspace?


Thank you very much for your efforts! I appreciate it.
It was a lot of help.

I've got got it working now.
I've change the directory from my external hard drive to my local drive and it worked.

I'm still trying to figure out all the other parts in the software, I'm sure I will master it soon.

Thanks again.

While it's trying to create the files, it pops up a message saying the file names are too long for the destination folder?

attached the image for it. How would I fix that? any ideas?

You must be using the templates folder as the output folder.
Try creating a new, empty folder for that.
Working example from using that solution:

Hi Karen, thank you for your reply.

I have tried everything you said. It's still the same.
It's still giving errors.

I've also tried it with the other ones, and exactly the same problem.

Can you walk me through this process as to how you do it?

is there a video I can watch for this that shows exactly what to do?

I don't think I'm doing anything wrong, but then again I must be doing something wrong.
It's really annoying Not to be able to do this as I can see from your link you did perfectly.

if it works for you, then it's got to work for me, I must figure this out.

Just downloaded the Reflexology Instant Mobile Video Site from February 2020

I followed the instructions to the letter and downloaded the necessary pages.

When I use the site builder tool, it keeps showing an error;

Failed to copy file into "assets folder"

It simply won't produce the pages.

I am guessing it may be because of the File names being too long, because it's usually the case for this type of errors, however I'm not really sure.

Has anyone else had the same experience?

how can I solve this?

I've attached a screenshot. please check the error message.

Thank you.

Marketing Talk / Re: Ideas for a website
« on: April 10, 2017, 08:18:49 PM »
Thank you very much! You've been a lot of help and given me lots of ideas, I'm making an action plan and for this journey, I've got a huge list of Things to do :)

Thank you!

Marketing Talk / Re: Ideas for a website
« on: April 07, 2017, 08:54:51 PM »
Thank you for you taking the time to support me on this, I really appreciate your help.
You've outlined almost everything, you missed the Home page :)

I'm conducting a little search with some of the established sites as to what the home page should look like and how I can display what I need to display so it's obvious to the visitor what the site is about and how easy it would be to navigate to other content.

I really like menu!
 Home | About | Start here | Course | Downloads (Free Stuff) | Reviews | Softwares Products | Services| Members | My eBooks | Resources | Contact | Mentoring

The only thing is it's too many to fit on the main navigation, I suppose I can have 3 or 4 as the main menu and arrange the others on the dropdown, something like;

Home | About| Reviews | Products | Contact

Start here -> Courses | Free Downloads
Services| My eBooks | Resources |  | Mentoring

"Start here is for people to begin exploring your website."
what should they exactly see? How do you mean by exploring your website?

I love the idea about Course rather than training!

Products - How about "Recommended Products" or is it better to just leave it as products?

Marketing Talk / Re: Ideas for a website
« on: April 06, 2017, 09:39:20 AM »
Thank you!

Actually, the membership side of things will come as and when the site grows it's popularity a little , I have a lot of good ideas as to what the membership section will offer that will be somewhat unique, but it will still be based on what people want and need and can afford along, but I'm a long way away from it yet. This will require a lot of hard work before I can get there but I will be working on it as long as I don't hit big barriers. I've even bought the plugins already so I can mess around and learn as and when I have time, but it will definitely be implemented.

Thank you for your great ideas!

Sounds like you've done well so far.  That's commendable!  What about a member's site?  Then you can have people who want to download more, become repeat downloaders and even have a member site so they can hang out there.  They might even meet other people on your  member site and your traffic would grow!

Marketing Talk / Re: Ideas for a website
« on: April 05, 2017, 09:41:04 PM »
I love these ideas! You almost read my mind and put it into words. Thank you!

What I had in my mind initially was to set it up as an educational site, provide training on how they can create a passive income selling digital downloads and create tutorials that actually shows them how it can be done with a series of tutorials and promote the related products by trusted vendors with my affiliate links. So the website would be geared towards the newbies who is just starting or want to start an online business selling downloads powered by passive income, that is what I was thinking as the main idea, so I would have to have a series of tutorials teaching them how to put up a website together etc, and them follow up with more tutorials for the next levels up, that would be the basic course or a starting point.

I've created a section "Free Training", it's where I'll be posting all the training, so they can have the initial training and understand what the whole IM thing is really all about and what they can do to sell either their own or an affiliated products by learning from the Training section, and I'd provide them a related product with my affiliate link. So the related product would be where I'd make a report on what other's have said about it as well as my own review about the vendor, the product, the support and what products I'd include if they bought it from my link.

"You can also explain what these softwares are ... how they work in general and talk about the various ways to selling by giving them some tricks without giving them a full course.

This way you become a source of authority and general information that talk about the news and explain why one softwares is better than the other and that according to the pros ... some stuff are mostly hype while other stuff are the real deal."

Yes! that was what I was thinking about also, do you think I'd run that under "Blog" sections as blog posts?

What do you think of the website's navigation? I'm brainstorming for ideas as to what sections I should have so it can all be separated into it's own thing and is easy to see and makes sense to the visitor/subscriber.

Home | Blog | Training | Downloads (Free Stuff) |  Products |  ? | ????????

What do you suggest?

Love to hear more ideas!
Hi. I apologize for the delay.

I got distracted with offline stuff.

Telling people how to start a website online and promote their stuff has been done by A LOT of people.

What I was thinking is for you to be the guy who promote useful things and report on others people reviews.

You could be the goto guy who tells others who are the good goto guys/girl.

Also while a lot of people do reviews about course on how to make money online, they are few who make a niche about useful stuff (like trackers, softwares and so on).

So instead of teaching on HOW they can sell online, you show the newbies and the pros the GOOD softwares you dug out and you use various reviews done by credible people to support your claim.

This way you do not have to build yourself a reputation.
You only report what has been written and reviewed (and you make that clear).
You talk about all the cool things that are useful to sell stuff and to download stuff.

Sure some people will go to the guys/girls you will talk about but you can build a relationship with them AND while people come to your site, you can offer them to be part of your email list so that you keep telling them the news about the cool things to sell stuff and download digital stuff.

Reviewing takes time and building a credibility even more time.

Also you can sell bonuses with your PRL and MMR if they buy the courses or softwares from your list just like you can sell them MMR and PLR to help them sell their own things or download things.

You can also explain what these softwares are ... how they work in general and talk about the various ways to selling by giving them some tricks without giving them a full course.

This way you become a source of authority and general information that talk about the news and explain why one softwares is better than the other and that according to the pros ... some stuff are mostly hype while other stuff are the real deal.

By taking this road you could see quickly if there is a demand for this kind of website without investing time and money to do courses and reviews.

In your bio or in another part of the website, you could sell your services to beginners.

Marketing Talk / Re: Ideas for a website
« on: April 04, 2017, 07:09:03 PM »
Thank you. Yes I do like the free membership, it's great. I'll go through and make a good use of it first and no doubt I'll be joining the gold membership once I get things sorted out.

If you like the free members features, you will love the gold member features even better.  Between the training and plr/mrr/rr/gr/puo content the membership is worth it's weight in gold!  I promote RRW in quite a few of my products and in all of my training manuals.


No, I've joined a few days ago. Still going through some of the free member features and products.

Marketing Talk / Re: Ideas for a website
« on: April 03, 2017, 06:02:04 AM »
No, I've joined a few days ago. Still going through some of the free member features and products.

Are you a gold member?

Marketing Talk / Re: Ideas for a website
« on: April 02, 2017, 07:09:07 PM »
Thank you. Sorry, I didn't mean it that way, I meant the technology is improving so fast and everything is changing very quickly, new featured are being added to social platforms, websites, graphics softwares, mobile phones etc,  Some of the old PLRs I've seen were not up to date, but of course a lot of them are evergreen and good to create new products, especially from RRW, I'm still going through some of the free ones and I found some excellent ones that I've downloaded into my library.  :::tu

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