Are Your Craigslist Ads Effective? Why Effectiveness Comes Before Efficiency

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income—Round Table edition, Mark is joined by:

  • Tate Litchfield
  • Mike Zaino
  • Erik Peterson

TODAY’S TOPICS

  • CRAIGSLIST POSTING—A couple questions that come up often are: How many ads should I post a week and how many leads come from those ads?

The guys analyze the numbers and give good advice to keep those wheels spinning, effectively.

Plus, Erik poses a good question: How does Mike get 100% of his ads to stick?

We also go over:

  • STOPPING THE MARKETING—Is there ever a good reason to stop marketing a property?
  • FREEBIE PROPERTY—How do you get free property? 

It’s surprising how often people will give their property away. But just because it’s free doesn’t mean it’s a good deal. It’s always wise to do your due diligence.

Tate and Mike both share their freebie experiences. Plus, does Erik’s No Country For Old Men seller count as a freebie?

Listen in for details!

TIP OF THE WEEK

Mark: Check out the website called Gratefulness.io. It’s good practice to always be grateful for what you have and not be focused on what you don’t have.

Mike: Check out TimeWellSpent.io. It’s all about using your technology to better yourself. It has all apps you can download to make sure you’re using it attentively and in a way that’s meaningful.

Tate: Showrooming— In the Amazon app, there’s a camera in the upper right hand corner, which is a bar code scanner. Use it to see if you’re getting the cheapest price possible on merchandise when you’re out shopping.

Erik: The Magic Flying Butterfly—You put these butterflies inside of greeting cards and they fly out of it when it’s opened surprising the recipient. Also, here’s the link to the YouTube video that demonstrates how it works—Butterflycard.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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