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How To Make Your First Sales On The Internet Starting Today…

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One of the plus sides to using Periscope is that you can easily turn the content into a blog post.

Hope you enjoy the content and I will be aiming to do a lot more scopes in the future, so if you have ideas for topics then tell me in the comments section.


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About the author: Andrew is a scientist who happens to know a lot about the technical aspects of blogging and listbuilding. If you have an issue with wordpress or your autoresponder and setting up squeezepages please get in touch via email / twitter or hire him on fiverr.

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  • Janice Campbell November 27, 2015, 12:12 pm

    Hi Andrew: I love your accent but I really need to tell you as a “Yankee” from the US, I had a really hard time understanding most of your content on the video because you talked too fast. My suggestion to you, as a fan and friend, is to slow down and really enunciate your message. I’m not criticizing you by any means at all just letting you know that it was difficult for me to understand.

    Your friend,


    • Andrew Stark November 27, 2015, 9:26 pm

      Hi Janice,

      That was me talking slowly…

      But seriously I will try to remind myself that periscope is a global audience and remember that most scottish accents do get subtitles when broadcast on american tv. Think Andy Murray, Ewen McGregor, James McAvoy, and movies like trainspotting and even Braveheart, although Mel Gibson is not the best example of our accent.

      The key thing here is to set up your stall in front of the proven buyers in the fiverr marketplace and generate enough sales to fund other parts of your online business.


  • Rick November 28, 2015, 9:04 am

    Hi Andrew, good video mate. I’ve thought about starting a fiverr account before but always been put off in case I can’t fulfill projects on time because I work all week. Do you find people are generally ok on Fiverr? Or start kicking off if your 4.6 seconds on finishing work. My area would be Photoshop & web development work etc. Cheers mate.

    • Andrew Stark December 4, 2015, 6:04 pm

      Hi Rick,

      Most of my customers ask questions first and double check what is possible. You can set up expectations as part of the gig, so I tend to allow 48 hours for single gigs, with a longer time period if extra’s are ordered. With the app you can quickly contact people if the timing is not working, and if it urgent then they should have asked before placing the order.

      It takes < 30 minutes to get set up, and you never know who you could end up working for. Some of the people you do work for could end being your next client for much bigger projects? Andrew

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