KWBlogger Podcast #1: Jump on the Traffic Accelerator with Rob Cornish of GainHigherGround.com!

 

In my very first podcast interview, I’m joined by Rob Cornish of GainHigherGround.com. Rob has achieved an incredible amount of success in a very short period of time. How incredible, and in how little time? Try $260,000 in info product revenue since May 2011!

Despite being relatively new to making money online, Rob has a wealth of knowledge to share on creating information products and getting massive amounts of traffic quickly.

In this podcast you’ll hear Rob and I discuss:

- How Rob was able to go from $0 in revenue to $260k in revenue in less than 9 months.
– Why you don’t have to be passionate about a niche to make good money from it. (That myth is one of my pet peeves!)
– How Rob decided on the niche he would purue (and greatly profit from)
– The single best source of traffic that doesn’t cost a dime (not SEO!)
– Rob’s “traffic accelerator” concept, and the steps you can follow to get started using it today
– The easiest and quickest way to create high-value information products
– Why you don’t need to be an “expert” in a niche to make killer profits
– How Rob does product launches
– The only marketing book you need to read this year, and how you can use it to hugely increase conversions

NOTE: I had internet connection problems during this interview (ironic, eh, given that I’m an online marketer!), and had to splice bits of interview together. Sorry if the interview’s a little disjointed in places. Learning curve!

If you’d like to download the transcript of the interview, please click here.

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  1. says

    Good job Moe!
    Really enjoyed this interview for two main reasons: (i) it was like I was eavesdropping on two friends talking, not a lecture, and (ii) I learned something. I thought Rob’s angle on entering a new market by interviewing experts was interesting. Obviously, nothing new about the idea, but I love the concept of “learning on the job” – you ask the questions a newbie would ask (because you are an authentic newbie) and after you interviewed several experts you are then a trusted authority yourself. Such an elegant formula for any market sector.

    Looking forward to the next interview ;)

  2. Moe Muise says

    Thanks for your feedback, Richard! It was a pleasure to do.

    I agree that the interview model Rob describes is a simple – yet elegant – model. I also know from my own experience that it can be extremely effective.

    I’ll be posting a new podcast interview with a Clickbank super affiliate next week. Stay tuned!

  3. says

    Hi Moe
    The scene is set, the audience has settled down and are waiting in expectation….Moe’s first podcast.
    Drumroll……..We’re off, intro by Moe, then Rob starts off about finding his niche……….
    there is a stunned silence! What? Did I hear that right? You’ve got to be kidding?
    (an embarrassed silence )- then he says “you don’t have to be passionate about your particular chosen niche”………. at this point I just fell about laughing!
    Then Rob admitted that he didn’t make much money from his niche, 2 cents a click from Adsense, well now that’s no surprise then is it?
    No wonder he wasn’t passionate about his niche!
    Oh dear, back to the drawing board then (sigh)
    P.S. The name of the niche has not been disclosed in order to protect the innocent!
    You’ll have to listen to the podcast yourself to find out.
    P.P.S. The earnings disclaimer is probably not really necessary in this particular niche (LOL)

  4. says

    Great interview Moe, with Rob.
    Very informative ideas in traffic strategies, delivered in a very relaxed atmosphere, making easy captivating listening. Good content made clear and simply put!

    Regards
    Dave

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