Notes From Liz

What Goes Where???

I’ve been quiet over the last 2 weeks due to Thanksgiving and then… I took an entire week OFF after Thanksgiving just to recover from the last few months.

I’ve been working non-stop lately on several different brands and projects and I just needed to take a step back, catch my breath, and “refill my tank”.

We are in the last few weeks of the year and I’ve still got some big stuff to do, so I needed some big energy.

If you can take a few days off and just “veg out” please do it. Down time is just as important as focused work time.

I had an amazing Thanksgiving surrounded by friends and family along with AMAZING food (I cooked it ALL this year).

You can see the “spread” I put out this year here…


I hope you had an amazing Thanksgiving too!

Anyway… I had someone in one of my Facebook groups ask me about what they should be posting on social media for their business.

That’s a hard question to answer because there are so many variables…

What is your goal of your content? Make a sale? Get eye-balls in front of your content? Build your list?

What kind of content does your audience respond to?

Which social media site are you using?

There are so many and each has an audience that likes different stuff!

And more!

But I’ve made a little guide to help you understand what kind of content to TYPICALLY create for each of the BIG social networks.

Check it out at


Okay that’s it for now…

In the next couple of weeks I have TWO new things coming out that I’ll be telling you about that are really going to help you out if you’re in the Internet marketing and/or make-money online niche, so stay tuned ๐Ÿ™‚

Talk soon!


Notes From Liz

Big List Of Blog Traffic Strategies

Over the last few weeks I’ve talked about blogging A LOT.

I did a marketing workshop called the Blog Marketing Kickstart Workshop where I taught about using a blog in any kind of business you have.

If you missed the workshop you can see it at


I spent THIS week doing a workshop called the Social Affiliate Marketing Profits Blueprint Workshop where I taught an entire business model for affiliate marketers using nothing but a blog and social media traffic.

It was awesome (if I do say so myself), and if you missed it you can see it at

This urged me to create a resource for those of you who are bloggers and want to get more traffic using your blog.

You can see the full list I have so far at

I created this as a blog post instead of as a downloadable PDF because I will be adding to this big ‘ol list and using a blog post everyone will always have the most updated version.

Make sure and bookmark this >>>

Now you have something to study over the weekend. ๐Ÿ™‚

Enjoy your weekend!


Notes From Liz

What’s The Difference In These Workshops?

So I just wrapped up the launch of my latest workshop, and the biggest question I got asked was…

Liz, what are the differences in all the workshops you’ve been doing?

That’s a good question…

I have three brands that I do live 5 day workshops for. I’ve found this to be the BEST way to teach students. SHOW them what to do. Everything I teach I do right before your eyes. No matter if you attend live or not you can SEE me do it all.

The first brand is

With this brand I teach marketing and traffic tactics for those who already have an online business or are in the process of starting one.

You don’t need to know how to market your business and get traffic if you don’t have one. ๐Ÿ™‚

With ALL of these workshops, I take ONE marketing topic or ONE traffic tactic and teach it via a 5 day workshop.

Just ONE topic at a time. ๐Ÿ™‚

There IS a bundle offer to get ALL of the workshops from this brand and ALL future ones too. You can see that offer at

The second brand is

With this brand I teach different online business models.

Each workshop focuses on a different business model that you can use to start an online business. I cover everything from A-Z on each business model.

I focus on ONE business model at a time.

Since these all focus on a different business model I am NOT offering them in a bundle. I do have several planned (I’ve done TWO as of the time of this writing), but I will not ever be putting any of these into a bundle.

You can go through them all, you can go through the ones that interest you, or better yet… Pick ONE and actually DO what I show you and ONLY focus on it. ๐Ÿ˜‰

The third brand is

With this brand I’m teaching multiple ways to make multiple streams of passive income. EVERYTHING (including marketing tactics) are all focused on being as passive as absolutely possible.

There IS a bundle offer for all workshops and ALL future ones too. You can see that offer at

So that’s the three brands I have providing workshops. These workshops also come with me there to help you in any way that you need.

These aren’t a “here you go hope you survive” kind of deal. I’m actually here to answer any of your questions and help you no matter what workshop you’re going through or what kind of business you have.

So think about your needs, what you want to do, and if you have questions about where to get started contact me. ๐Ÿ™‚

Hope this makes everything crystal clear. ๐Ÿ™‚


Notes From Liz

Did 2020 Almost Kill You Too?

Wow what a year!

It’s taken me until just the last few weeks to get my head together and start feeling normal since around March.

I got the dreaded Covid in May… Or was it June?

I lived, but something people aren’t talking about is the long term effects of this thing.

I was very fortunate and didn’t have severe breathing problems, but I still suffer from being very tired and big time brain fog most days.

The “fuzz” really started to clear around the first of September and I’m finally back in full swing.

So I’ve taken this time to relook at several of my products, revamped a few, tightened up my sales pages, and optin pages… You know… All that “marketing stuff”! *lol*

I started with which is my brand totally devoted to showing others how to make-money with resale rights products.

I’ve got 10 different resale rights products there and a ton of great tutorials on how to make-money with them and any other resale rights product you develop.

Lately I’ve been working on my brand which is where I do live workshops teaching all the marketing and traffic strategies I know.

This is my legacy project. ๐Ÿ™‚

I want to take every marketing topic I know and do a workshop around it so if God forbid something happens to me my knowledge can be passed on.

I have done 9 workshops so far with that brand and have about 10 more planned. You can buy them individually when they come out or you can get them in a bundled offer where you get them ALL and ALL future workshops.

You can read all about that at

I’m now circling back around to the brand where I teach all about creating passive-incomes via live workshops. As soon as get those all “tightened” up I’ll also have a bundle offer for them.

Of course you can buy them individually, but you’ll save a ton with the bundle offer, and I’ll have that ready in a few days.

Until then we’re going to start talking a lot about passive income, so pay attention to your email. ๐Ÿ™‚

I’ve got FOUR other brands I’ll be working on after this. One of which is brand new and I’m very excited about it. More on that later.

So 2020 hasn’t killed me yet. I just wanted to give you an update, and see how you’re fairing. We’ve got about 2.5 months left in this year and I’m committed to turning 2020 into the best year yet, and I hope you are too!

Talk soon!


Building An Online Business

This Granny Does Ecom?

We talk A LOT about online business models around here. I mean that’s what I do. I help people create their own online business, so it’s THE topic really. ๐Ÿ™‚

There’s one online business model I haven’t talked about a lot though and it’s simply because I haven’t done it on a big enough scale.

Meaning I haven’t put the time into it to make money-with it.

What’s the business model?

Ecommerce or ecom is the short name for it, and basically EVERYTHING you sell online is you doing ecommerce, but when we talk about it in the industry we mean selling physical products.

There’s about 1,344,984,091 ways to do that. Maybe more, but there are so many options.

The option I’ve used and had success with is called print-on-demand (POD).

This is where you design something like a tshirt, coffee mug, jewelry, journals, etc and you have a company fulfill it for you. Basically you’re just adding graphics and/or text to a product, and a company prints it on the product of your choice and when someone orders it from you they print it and ship it.

You do nothing, but promote the products you create.

This is PROBABLY the ONLY way I would EVER do ecom. I’m not into over head or having a bunch of products in my house or in storage buildings or any of that other time consuming stuff.

I want to create something, and let someone else deal with everything else. I’ve done this with all kinds of tshirts, but as I said there are SOOOO many products you can do POD with.

No I do not teach this because as I said I don’t have the know how or the success stories to back it up, but today I came across a product from Jeremy Kennedy called Grandmas Ecom Revenge.

In this course he’s showing how his mom (who became disabled due to health reasons) is using POD to have nice little $100+ days. This looks like an awesome little side hustle, and I bought because this is something I want to do MORE of because it’s A LOT less work. ๐Ÿ˜‰

If you’re looking for a nice easy online business model then check this out

Talk soon!


Product Reviews From Liz

Side Hustle Review

Have you been thinking about buying Profile Hustle? Just want to see what it’s all about? Watch this video, I’ll give you the run down on what it is, and what my thoughts are on it.

Want to get this product and go through it to learn how to use your Facebook profile absolutely free to get traffic to anything you want? Then just go to

Notes From Liz

A Great Big Team Tomey Update
It’s Friday and I wanted to do a little bit of a wrap up today so you know what’s coming with #TeamTomey
If you’re getting this email you’re part of that team. ๐Ÿ™‚ You subscribed and/or bought something from me, and now you’re part of my team. ๐Ÿ™‚
1.ย Today we’re wrapping up the launch of My Email Templates atย http://www.MyEmailTemplates.comย Tonight at midnight the price goes WAY up, so grab the discount while you still can! ๐Ÿ™‚
2. Theย #TeamTomey Facebook Groupย has been hopping lately. We’ve been talking about all kinds of things over there related to marketing your online business. Currently I haveย “marketing ADD”. In the Team Tomey coaching group we’ve been talking about all kinds of topics.
Email marketing, social media marketing, copy writing, being a freelance service provider and more. I’m about to change the conversation(s) and we’re going to be talking all about…
…ย getting traffic from YouTube!
If you’re not currently in there make sure you join. It doesn’t cost anything to join.
Side Note:ย Oh and on the topic of Facebook… I posted a picture of my handsome child on Facebook. He’s been told for years now that he looks like Justin Bieber. He hates that, and I of course think it’s funny. I mean you could look like way worse right? Well several people on Facebook confirmed it.ย 
See the crazy thread atย
3.ย I saw an ad for a new product calledย Profile Hustle.
I’m about half way through it, so I can’t give a total thumbs up yet (and there is some information I disagree with), but I will be doing a full review of my thoughts tomorrow and letting you know my complete review and exactly what I disagree with so far.
Facebook is my BIGGEST social traffic tactic. I use it in MANY ways, so that’s why I bought this. I’m always looking to learn more about what’s working.
Okay that’s it for now…ย I’m going to spend the remainder of my evening going to see a movie and working on affiliate tools for all of my affiliates atย
If you have comments or questions on anything go toย http://www.LizLive.comย and they’ll either get you directed to me or where you need to be.
Talk soon!
Building An Online Business, Notes From Liz, The Techy Stuff Tutorials

The PayPal Goodbye Wrap Up!

Here we go… The final update on what I’ve been calling “The PayPal Issue”.

I am officially away from PayPal as my payment processor. Not because my account was shut down. I still (at this time) have a PayPal account, but I’m choosing to walk away from them before they choose to walk away from ME!

Side Note: If you’ve missed what’s going on see my Facebook posts on the issues at…

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Post 2:

Post 3:ย

I have a blog post where I sum these up at

Okay on to the goods here…

I started this journey in April of 2019 and it’s now the middle of August 2019. Almost 4 months of research, reaching out to people, back and forths with merchant accounts, and the list goes on and on.

I kept hitting “walls” and I didn’t stop until I got through them. That’s how you have to be with EVERYTHING when it comes to creating an online business. You do everything you can to get through anything that tries to stop you from reaching your goals.

That’s not what this is about though so I’ll save my “Tony Robbins speech” for another day. ๐Ÿ˜‰

This post is to help those of you who are looking to get away from PayPal and who are using JV Zoo and/or WarriorPlus as a vendor or as an affiliate.

First off, you’ve got to look at this from two different sides.

If you’re an affiliate and you want to get away from PayPal it’s pretty simple. A few settings and you’re done.

If you’re a vendor though there are a few things you need to do.

I want to talk about these things separately in this post to help your brain keep them separate. If not you’ll get super confused. I’m both an affiliate and a vendor and my biggest problem I had with understanding all of this was keeping those two things separate.

So let’s start with…

Getting Away From PayPal As An Affiliate Marketer On JVZoo and/or WarriorPlus

This was a WAY easier process for me compared to what I thought it would be.

With JVZoo you need to make sure you have a JV Zoo Pay account setup properly. When you want to promote a product make sure that the vendor is using JV Zoo Pay to pay you your commissions. This will be listed on the Affiliate Details Page where you get your affiliate link.

When you promote the product and make sales all commissions instantly go to your JV Zoo Pay account. You can then withdraw your commissions into your bank account or Payoneer account. You can also withdraw into your PayPal account, but the whole point of this is to get AWAY from PayPal. ๐Ÿ™‚


I have my JV Zoo Pay account setup so that when I have $500 in commissions they are automatically deposited into my bank account.

A little note here… Some vendors use Stripe to process their payments on JV Zoo. They have to pay you manually. This will be noted on the Affiliate Details Page too. (See the second circle above.) I ONLY promote vendors I personally know if they are going this route. I don’t like having to figure out who owes me money with affiliate programs. That’s why my main rule with promoting something on JV Zoo is that if they aren’t paying via JV Zoo Pay I’m not promoting their product.

Here’s the short of it… The only way you can get your commissions into your JV Zoo Pay account is if the vendor processes payments via PayPal or Bluesnap (which is a merchant account). You then withdraw your commissions in your chosen way. To your bank account or Payoneer account.

Now with Warrior Plus it’s simply going in and changing a setting in your account so everything is sent to your Warrior Plus Wallet. Then you can withdraw into your bank account. Again you can also withdraw into your PayPal account, but uh… We’re getting away from PayPal here. ๐Ÿ™‚

The setting for this is hard to find…

Upper right hand corner from the drop down menu select My Account, then Merchant Accounts, then go to Settings and turn ON Force Wallet (Affiliate/Partner).

I can withdraw my available affiliate commissions from my Warrior Plus Wallet into my bank account.

So that has me totally away from PayPal being an affiliate on Warrior Plus and JV Zoo.

Now for those of you who are vendors. Hang on to your hats! ๐Ÿ™‚

Getting Away From PayPal As A Vendor On JVZoo and/or WarriorPlus


Again, we will start with JV Zoo.

Your options with JV Zoo are to get a merchant account with Bluesnap or Stripe in order to get away from PayPal.

Stripe doesn’t work with JV Zoo Pay though so you have to manually pay your affiliates. I’m not willing to do that. I want to automatically pay my affiliates.

So, I am using Bluesnap so commissions are automatically put into the JV Zoo Pay accounts of my affiliates.ย  I really wish I could use Stripe over here. I DO like it better than Bluesnap. I get my money quicker and the reporting is better.

When the customer buys via a JVZoo button, Bluesnap and JVZoo work together (with some unicorn magic or technology or whatever) and put the affiliate’s commission into THEIR JVZoo Pay account, gives JVZoo their fees, and leaves my profits in my Bluesnap account.

This is all done automatically…

Note: See JVZoo’s documentation on selling on their platform at

No money comes into my PayPal account. It’s all processed by Bluesnap and they automatically deposit my profits into my bank account.

Once you have your Bluesnap account setup and your JV Zoo Pay account then when you setup a product you simply select Bluesnap to process your payments and to pay affiliates with JV Zoo Pay.

So make sure that you get the accounts setup before setting up your product. The initial account setups is what takes the most time. Once you have them setup you just select what you want to use to process payments when you create products moving forward.

On the vendor side of Warrior Plus…

They only allow you to process payments through PayPal or Stripe. Bluesnap isn’t an option over there.

Over there I’m processing payments with Stripe and affiliate commissions are paid into the affiliates Warrior Plus Wallet. Then they can withdraw in their chosen way.

Like with JV Zoo you have to get your accounts setup. I had to setup my Stripe account in there, and then when I setup the product I have to select that I’m processing via Stripe.

So when a customer purchases through a Warrior Plus button Stripe and Warrior Plus work together (again with unicorn magic I think) and aput the affiliate’s commission into THEIR Warrior Plus Wallet, gives Warrior Plus their fees, and leaves my profits in my Stripe account.

Stripe deposits my profits into my bank account daily.

And again… This is all done automatically.

Note: See Warrior Plus’s documentation on selling on their platform at

The big take away here with BOTH of these is that you have to get your “processing” accounts setup first, and then when you setup your product to get your buy buttons is when you select what you use to process payments and pay affiliate commissions.

The Wrap Up


I have now done FOUR launches using BOTH JVZoo and WarriorPlus and many have asked me which one I prefer.

Warrior Plus or JVZoo?

I’ve thought long and hard about what I would say here, and even if I would even say anything at all.


Well it goes back to the old saying…

“You don’t poo where you eat.”

I no longer “eat” at PayPal so I’ll “poo” all over them. I wont however speak ill of either JV Zoo or Warrior Plus because I “eat” at both of these places. Both have their pros and cons.

Let me say that one more time…

Both. Have. Their. Pros. And. Cons.

Like I hate how “clunky” and confusing WarriorPlus can be.

I also hate that I can’t easily tell who pays how and what without some digging on JV Zoo.

I do have a favorite and it’s JVZoo.

There are many reasons and some of those reasons I wont discuss. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Both have their pros/cons (as I said), but what makes me say JVZoo is hands down the best is…

1. I personally know the CEO of JVZoo. Laura Cassleman!

NEVER has a CEO ever reached out to me personally to help me with my business. Laura cares about her JVZoo affiliates and it shows. Not only did she go to battle for me with issues with merchant accounts, but has done so for others. Laura is a shining example of what a true CEO is. I can’t thank her enough for her help through all of this.

2. The Support team is phenomenal.

I also know several people from the support team personally. ๐Ÿ™‚

JVZoo has a support desk and a Facebook group. I think I used the support desk a very long time ago, but I always use the Facebook group and have an answer within 24 hours to my endless questions. Usually in MOMENTS! That’s important when you’re trying to get a product launched. I need answers and solutions NOW and I get them.

3. It’s easier to use.

As a vendor the JV Zoo system is easier to use in my opinion.

Once you have your merchant account and you’ve gone through all the settings to get it hooked up, using JVZoo to get your funnel setup is easier to use than Warrior Plus. Maybe that’s because I’ve used them for so many years and just get their system or maybe it’s because it is in fact just easier to use. *shrugs*

What I do like about Warrior Plus BETTER though is that I can use Stripe over there and it automatically pays my affiliates over there into their wallets. I like Stripe better than Bluesnap. From the ease of using it to the reports to them paying out faster than Bluesnap. I just like Stripe better.

So there you go… That’s how I’ve gotten away from using PayPal as an affiliate and a vendor on both JVZoo and WarriorPlus.

It’s been a heck of a journey, but I’m really liking running my business without the fear of losing my PayPal account.

Putting all your eggs in one basket is a HORRIBLE idea. I should have NEVER had only one way to accept payments, and I'll never do that again.Click To Tweet

I currently have 4 ways to take payments. PayPal (I refuse to use that one though) , Bluesnap, Stripe, and Cash App.

Cash App? What, Liz?ย 

I’ll be talking about that one in the future. ๐Ÿ˜‰

My next one I’m looking to use is ClickBank, but that probably wont happen until early 2020, so stay tuned.

Until then… Thoughts? Opinions? Questions? Feedback? Let me know in the comments below…

Notes From Liz

Saying Goodbye To PayPal!

After years using PayPal with many different platforms (JVZoo, Warrior+, Zaxxa, RAP, PayDotCom, etc) I’m moving away from using them as a payment processor.

I will still be using JVZoo and Warrior+ as my selling platforms, but I’ll be processing through a merchant account now.

That’s not going to change many things for you. You’ll still access your downloads from me the way you always have through the platform you purchase from me, but you’ll just not be able to use PayPal to pay me any longer.

If you have a PayPal debit card you will be, but from here on out I’ll be using a merchant account to process my payments.


Simply because using PayPal has become a risk.

Many people are having their PayPal accounts shut-down and no one knows a REAL reason. PayPal is the “money-God” and can do whatever they want. It’s all in their TOS.

At this moment I still DO have a PayPal account, I’m just being proactive and moving away from them on MY terms. ๐Ÿ™‚

I started talking about this a few months ago on Facebook and what I was doing to make these changes.

If you’re not a Facebook friend, I’m currently at my 5000 friend limit, but you can follow on Facebook at

I’ve made TWO posts about my move away from PayPal and they are below…

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Post 2:

I will be showing my tribe how to do the same thing if they choose to do so.

The first thing you need to do is if you’re an affiliate is get everything to where you’re being paid by check or direct deposit. I’ve already begun that process and the main networks I use to get my affiliate links (JVZoo and Warrior+) was a pretty simple process.

If you’re a vendor (a product seller) it’s a little bit more tricky. I’ve ALMOST got the process done on JVZoo, and the process has been completed for W+. It’s honestly easier with Warrior+, but I prefer to sell on JVZoo because I personally know the people behind it and the service there has been amazing.

I’ll keep you guys up to date on everything once I have it all in order. I’ll be doing a video showing the process for each of the main networks I work with (JVZoo and Warrior+), and also my journey on to a new network in the coming months.

But as I said… The important thing to know is not much will change on your end. I’m just being smart and proactive and setting up multiple ways to take payments online as EVERY business should do.

If you have any questions and want to talk about this make sure you’re in the Team Tomey Facebook group where we talk about these kinds of things. ๐Ÿ™‚

Talk soon!


Notes From Liz

2019 Almost Got Me!

Well it’s been quite a while since I’ve posted here on the Liz Tomey blog. For the last few years I haven’t known what I’ve wanted to do with this blog and it’s just become a place for updates every few months. I’ve got a good idea what I want to do with it now. It’s basically going to become an “umbrella” for ALL of my brands. You’ll be able to see what’s going on with all of my brands from one spot. ๐Ÿ™‚

The last part of 2018 I was completely focused on building the brand while phasing out everything else in my business where I’m teaching about online business development and marketing. It’s still my #1 thing, but there are also other things I’d like to teach you outside of online business. Things that will help you live a healthy and happy life too. It’s not all just about getting wealthy. It’s our biggest priority, but it’s not EVERYTHING.

So right before Christmas I got side tracked bad with the direction I wanted to go beyond the brand which put me “down the rabbit hole” and then a list of very unfortunate events happened that pushed me further and further down the hole until I was completely lost.

The first part of 2019 has been devastating to say the least…

Over the last several weeks of my life I’ve been through more changes and had more things laid on top of me than I could bare. I needed to step back and take a few weeks just to process the things that have happened and are currently happening to me. I can’t and wont go into detail because these things are way too personal and traumatic at this point and I just can’t be as publicly open about it as I want to do be. I will in time because there are a lot of lessons in what is happening, but for now I ask that you be patient with me as I return back to “the land of the living” and get back to life.

My first order of business is getting caught up on emails, help desk messages, and Facebook messenger messages.

*** Please note that if you’re trying to contact me through Facebook messenger it could be weeks before you hear from me. I get way too many messages there to ever be able to keep up. The helpdesk at is always the best way to contact me.

The next order of business will be getting with my Resellers Passive Profits Workshop attendees and getting that workshop all wrapped up. I dropped the ball there, but will be finishing that up and getting everyone back on track.

And finally I will be stripping my business down again and we will only be talking about ways to make passive income and ways to market your passive income streams. Moving forward that is what I will be specializing in helping you in because I truly believe creating passive income streams is the best way to get wealthy and still be able to enjoy your life.

If you go to you’ll see I’ve removed just about everything from my product line. I’ll be adding the passive income workshops I’ve done there, but for right now I’ve removed just about everything else.

So let’s get back to life…

I so appreciate everyone who has reached out to check on me. I’m making it fine and will bounce back. The great thing about my life is that I’m finally to a point where I have developed the life skills needed to bounce back from even the darkest things that happen to us. Stuff like this used to take me months and months to recover from. Now in just a few weeks I’m strong enough to keep moving forward. I’ll let that be my “win” for now.

I’ve got a lot of exciting stuff planned for 2019 for all of us, so stay tuned because it’s only going to get better from here.

Thanks for always being on my side. Much love to you! <3 <3 <3