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My Mission? You're Success.

In the last several years I have launched a number of well received “how to” info products such as Commission Ritual, Halloween Super Affiliate and 300 Internet Marketers. I am very grateful for my customers and subscribers who have not only purchased my products but have also implemented my strategies and tactics into their own online marketing.

Over the last several years, these have been my primary goals and missions:

1) To Help Others Achieve Their Individual Goals and Personal Dreams Online

Those customers who took action witnessed the process working for them and have taken the time to thank me (via emails, private messages, postal letters and gift packages) for my courses which provided exact blueprints that resulted in positive impact on their bottom lines.

2) To Have Fun

Having a good time is also terribly important to me. After all, who wants to spend their working hours doing something they do not enjoy? Therefore, I take fun very seriously and luckily for me, the web has offered countless opportunities to play around with things such as:

  • SEO (kind of like chess)
  • Video Creation (similar to being a budding film student)
  • Making Money (kind of like a holiday gift delivered daily)

Maybe I’m strange! But when I get bored when I am not learning new things or testing and tweaking existing ones, I am not having fun and that reflects on my output and the quality of life. Thus, my second online mission is to have a ton of fun and fully enjoy all the possibilities that the web has to offer.

3) To Make Money

The third item that motivates me is money, but I still need to know that I am helping people to achieve their own goals and fulfill their individual dreams and that the process is enjoyable along the way.

I have always been competitive. When I was young I participated in many sports such as hockey, bike racing, skiing, cross country running, sailing and soccer. I always wanted to improve, to win and to have fun.

Money is simply a way by which to measure success and it is a very big motivator for me, but I never lose sight of the fact that helping others and having fun are equally important. In fact, right as I’m typing out this mission statement, I am excited about what this site may accomplish. And knowing that it has the power to drive traffic puts a smile on my face just as much as knowing that it will be launched in 2012 and will make sense for my financial future.

My mission is to have an impact on others online, to share ideas, strategies and tactics that can be easily implemented to achieve success. I hope you find this site not only insightful but I also hope your willing to not only take the ideas presented here inside but to implement them into something tangible online.

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Brian G. Johnson
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Brian G. Johnson

Is a serial entrepreneur, #1 best selling author, engaging speaker, product creator and poodle wrangler who enjoys coaching others to success.
Brian G. Johnson
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  • Tim

    Reply Reply February 15, 2015

    Admitted complete newbie here, so please excuse me if my question sounds harsh. But what are all these marketers incentive to help new marketers? Everywhere I read about niche marketing, I also see the “let me help you.” Is marketing to opportunity seekers more lucrative than product affiliate marketing? Obviously emotion is a big factor in buying. Is hope the biggest seller? Anyway, I’m sure many people help for the pure reward of giving. I’m just thinking out loud.

  • Charlie Parkin

    Reply Reply March 3, 2015

    Hi Brian. Thanks for the videos on KDP niches – great help.

    I have found a few categories that fit your criteria, but wanted to know how best to avoid an over-subscribed market? Do you have any criteria for ensuring I don’t launch into a saturated niche?

    Many thanks!

    • Brian G. Johnson

      Reply Reply March 15, 2015

      Charlie,

      A crowded niche means there is money to be made. Note that most authors
      do not think about the marketing and just publish. I would MUCH rather be
      in a crowded niche because I know there is money to be made.

      Best,
      BGJ

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