Rachel Rofe is a smart business person.
She recently sold one of her websites (Burn Your To Do List) for $200,000 and she regularly turns away clients willing to pay her $5,000 or more for sales letters.
She understand and teaches some things about succeeding online that in many ways are more important than just the fundamentals of things like site building and traffic generation. She understands how to help people make best use of their time and how to leverage their time so they can do much more in much less time.
If you run online businesses or do freelance work she can provide you with some valuable insights about time management and networking in ways to help you get ahead faster.
She also has a great talent for helping people spot opportunities that many others overlook.
Needless to say, she’s someone I always pay attention to.
She just launched a really smart hybrid business model that I hadn’t seen before called ChooseThePay.com.
Here’s what she’s done that I think is smart about it.
She’s priced it really low at at one-time fee of $17 which gets you access to several of her reports which she had initially planned to sell at $5 a piece. And she also offers a LIFETIME money-back guarantee which of course is nearly unheard of these days.
But here’s what’s unique about the ChooseThePay.com membership:
Once you take access to the membership you keep getting additional content at no extra charge (i.e., no monthly membership fees).
It’s set up to give you access to live pitch-free webinars by some of the top marketers online. You can send in questions beforehand or even during the webinars.
Recordings of the webinars are then posted in the members area.
Based on what I’ve seen many of these webinars will be worth far in excess of the $17 one-time fee for the site access. And Rachel realizes this and if you want to donate based on what an expert is worth to you you can do so – although that is totally up to you.
No pressure, no questions. It’s all your decision.
Who is this for?
I would recommend this for anyone who’s started any sort of freelancing or online business – even if you’ve just started.
If you haven’t started yet, you may want to hold off and look at this later, although the piece she includes about business networking is a goldmine and probably would be of value to anyone.
As usual, feel free to ask any questions about this below.