Stack That Money

Profile picture of the author samsharen by samsharen Posted: 07/31/2012
Hi guys.

Have you heard of Stack That Money.com? I am thinking of signing up with them. Please let me know if you have any comments.


Regards
Sam Keith
#money #stack

  • Profile picture of the author ResultsDriven
    ResultsDriven
    Definitely heard of it, it's good for the case studies. There's also IM Grind which is geared towards offer makers... My favorite has to be WarriorForum though. Just as many gems here (even more!), only more "water" to sift through.
  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    MikeMorgan
    They have lots of case studies to learn a lot . They have very active community on paid traffic .

    The forum focuses in almost all paid traffic source like POF , PPV , Media buys, etc . You can get lots of information there .
  • Profile picture of the author bamitabh
    bamitabh
    Just had a quick look at the site.Will dig into it to see waht value it can add.
    Thanks for introducing the site.
  • Profile picture of the author outwest
    outwest
    Introducing the site? LOL
    That site has been mentioned and discussed 100s of times on the board
    it has an excellent reputation
  • Profile picture of the author rockong
    rockong
    I was thinking about joining stack that money as well, but as I've read through the free internet forums, you can learn a whole bunch here as well. However, it never harms to learn more right?
  • Profile picture of the author Parry
    Parry
    Stackthatmoney is a good forum with good tips and information. You can also look at Affplaybook and PPC Coach the latter if you are inclined towards PPC.
  • Profile picture of the author Tony Dean
    Tony Dean
    Save your $99 a month and just read this forum, you will learn just as much.
  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    PPC-Coach
    I wonder what the next one to launch is going to be...

  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by samsharen View Post
    Hi guys.

    Have you heard of Stack That Money.com? I am thinking of signing up with them. Please let me know if you have any comments.


    Regards
    Sam Keith
    Yes sir. They are one of the better membership sites, right up there with imgrind, ppccoach and aff playbook. In my opinion at least.
  • Profile picture of the author samsharen
    samsharen
    Bro, what is in AFF Playbook?


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    Sam



    Originally Posted by ChrisBa View Post
    Yes sir. They are one of the better membership sites, right up there with imgrind, ppccoach and aff playbook. In my opinion at least.
  • Profile picture of the author samsharen
    samsharen
    I think Stack That Money is not only a forum, it offers courses as well.

    But the problem is, the company is located in Australia right. Their information might not be as good as a US based company.

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    Sam Keith




    Originally Posted by rockong View Post
    I was thinking about joining stack that money as well, but as I've read through the free internet forums, you can learn a whole bunch here as well. However, it never harms to learn more right?
  • Profile picture of the author leonidas32
    leonidas32
    The barrier to entry for some of these membership sites keeps the quality level slightly higher.

    As someone pointed out, you will get more case studies of higher quality as well (some of the scraps from the big boys).
  • Profile picture of the author outwest
    outwest
    Anyone who says you can learn just as much on this forum as you can on STM or aff playbook, is incorrect.

    Where are all the case studies on this forum? There are very few. Those forums are stacked with case studies and people reveal way more on them than they do on public forums where anyone can view the information. They especially dont want their case studies being indexed on google for any moron to see for free

    the paid membership allows the information to be kept semi private
    100 bucks a month to join STM keeps all the riff raff out
  • Profile picture of the author samsharen
    samsharen
    Totally agree with you. There is no free lunch in this world.

    Actually I am not interested in the case studies. I am more on the step by step blueprint on PPV and PPC. And also some pointers to the right directions.

    The forum is helpful when I face technical problems.







    Originally Posted by outwest View Post
    Anyone who says you can learn just as much on this forum as you can on STM or aff playbook, is incorrect.

    Where are all the case studies on this forum? There are very few. Those forums are stacked with case studies and people reveal way more on them than they do on public forums where anyone can view the information. They especially dont want their case studies being indexed on google for any moron to see for free

    the paid membership allows the information to be kept semi private
    100 bucks a month to join STM keeps all the riff raff out
  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    PPC-Coach
    With any site, you've got to take what you read, take action and apply your own angles to it to make things work. IF you don't have any creativity, you'll never make it!

  • Profile picture of the author samsharen
    samsharen
    Can I have the Promo Code for Stack That Money.
  • Profile picture of the author mtmjohn
    mtmjohn
    Originally Posted by samsharen View Post
    Can I have the Promo Code for Stack That Money.
    20% discount off your fist month.

    Check out: http://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netwo...ey-coupon.html
  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    badboy_Nick
    Just had a look ... very amateurish. But hey, dont judge a book by its cover

    Nick
  • Profile picture of the author Jetmir
    Jetmir
    You can't go wrong with STM. Go for it, buddy! There's some Goldmine waiting for you. There's lots of information and helping admins/members.
  • Profile picture of the author samsharen
    samsharen
    What about AFF Playbook (PPV Playbook)? What can we get from there? Do you have step by step blueprint and an active forum?

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