On September 6, 2011, I launched a cheap special for all of my products. A few people couldn’t even afford the $1 price tag (maybe you’re there now, or you’ve been there before – I know I have).
A wonderful woman named Patti Stafford saw someone’s comments about not being able to afford the special and she sends me $10 to cover the needy person’s purchase.
Well long story short, it snowballed. The Angel Fund has grown into $958 worth of selflessness. Some donated because they had some to spare. Some really didn’t have anything to spare but did it anyway.
So the Angel Fund is going to be used whenever I see someone worthy of being helped. It will be a lengthy process weeding out freebie seekers from those hard workers who just can’t gather the funds together to purchase a course.
Now if the course is PLR ATM or anything of mine, I’ll only charge $1 from the fund. But if it’s Ghostwriting Cash, I have to charge full price since it’s not my price.
I will encourage people to pay it forward back in the fund to help others.
Here’s how the $958 funds have been spent to date:
1. Grammar Guide ($1) – to someone who showed diligence in attempting all sorts of IM activities. Has a fantastic business model and determination. Needs help polishing their writing skills.
2. PLR ATM ($1) and Ghostwriting Cash ($67) to someone who has great writing skills, is seeing very small success online – a few dollars here and there – this person already wanted to pay it forward with what little they had. I will have them do that when their footing is a little more sturdy.
3. Ghostwriting Cash ($67) to someone in a precarious situation at present who needs stability and independence and is willing to work hard for a better future.
4. Ghostwriting Cash ($67) to someone who had $8 and who has contributed to the Angel Fund previously. Now fallen on hard times. Has already gone to effort of making a ghostwriting site but needs the business insight on acquiring and retaining clients. This person is undergoing medical and personal issues.