Perfecting the Recipe for Success - Building a truly successful online business is like baking the perfect chocolate cake, making a fluffy soufflé, or creating a fantastic five-course meal. It requires the exact combination of tools, timing, and technique plus the knowledge that comes from trial and error over years of experience. To do all of this on one’s own seems an insurmountable task but even the most novice website owner need not be discouraged.
Renowned online copywriter Michel Fortin and his wife, Internet Guru Sylvie Fortin, have done it all — big time — and have now brought their 10-plus years of experience working together to Success Chef, a membership program of immense value that is especially easy to follow. For example, unlike some other programs, Success Chef is designed to let you work at your own pace.
This extensive program begins with the basics, then moves on to tons of insider secrets, winning shortcuts, and advanced strategies that have proven to help you build or grow your Internet business. The list of topics they cover is extraordinary, including niche viability assessment, in-demand product development, winning website creation, targeted traffic generation, improved response and conversion rates, and marketing (advertising and selling).
Successful outsourcing is also a key element to becoming a hugely successful Internet marketer. As the Fortins explain, the ability to outsource is critical for novice e-marketers who, all too often, believe that they have to do everything themselves. The normal outcome of trying to do it all on your own is delay or disaster. The Success Chef recipe box clearly outlines what tasks can be delegated and to whom. Plus, the program makes outsourcing especially easy to do.
For example, members of this remarkable program are entitled to a variety of services, including a support team and the One-Click Outsource Option. They also have access to group coaching calls and mastermind sessions, some of which feature guest appearances by other well-respected Internet marketing experts. Further, the Success Chef website has special tools to help members chart their progress and a full glossary of Internet marketing terms.
Since Success Chef is designed to be a work in progress, the Fortins are continually adding information, new techniques, and pertinent case studies. Given that Sylvie Fortin is a vocal critic of membership programs that don’t really supply true value, it’s no wonder that Success Chef is so all-encompassing and content-rich.