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Unread 17th February 2011, 03:53 PM   #1
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Default Any review of Coffee Shop Millionaire?

Any one bought this...
What this product really teaches...:confused:

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Unread 17th February 2011, 04:23 PM   #2
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Default Re: Any review of Coffee Shop Millionaire?

I just watched some of the sales video and I think it's something about building up your own e-mail list and start sending them offers.
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Yeah a guy on the video is hairless?

First I heard

Free Massive Traffic ==> scam

Crazy Click Bank Cash ==> scam

then this

Coffee Shop Millionaire.... ==> ??? any reviews?
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I just bought for the bonuses from another marketer. Been going through the site for a couple of hours. My first impression is that this is a collection of rebranded old tutorial video plr, along with an odd assortment of article plr on a variety of topics from setting up a blog and autoresponder to keyword research.

Only the sales videos look new. My guess is that you can find all of this material all over the web for free, but if you're an absolute beginner it might be worth the $37 to find it all in one place, provided it's not too out of date. Even the site is copyrighted 2009. I'd certainly skip the upsells.

The BIG sell is a monthly membership and in-house hosting and website building. They try to sell it to you on every page of the site.

That's all I know about it. Hope that helps.
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Default Re: Any review of Coffee Shop Millionaire?

If you click out of the sales page you can get it for $27...
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I also bought this in order to get a bonus promotion from another marketer.
I had a quick look through the product.

On the plus side there is a lot of information for different levels of expertise.
Also a quick start section for earning quick cash straight off the bat.

What I don't like is the lack of an overall plan.
What I mean by that is I am not sure what I am aiming for or how to go about getting it.

They are also pushing a free website (you have to buy hosting and a domain through them) its pre populated with your aff. links. Not sure of the value of this proposition.

I will report back later.

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The website thing must be a push from the host or the website builder. Commission Crusher has the same bonus.

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A.T ran the launch for the Arbitrage Conspircy when that came out.

Currently he is equal partners with Ryan Diess in Ryan's FX business and handles the conversion and launch process of that business.

I saw Coffee Shop Millionaire about a month ago and it's a very good product, and at the price it's a steal. Your not going to find any other A List marketer actually giving out the info on how they actually run their business at this price.
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I bought this a few hours ago and have checked it out... here's the bottom line...

The product is of decent quality, teaching a collection of business models, marketing techniques, traffic gen methods and has some respected names in the videos.

It has some beginner training as well as intermediate and advanced - so if you have been around a while you may pick up a nugget or 2.

However, for newbies who just want to start making money, this is a nightmare of a product. I have found that whenever there is a product with a ''collection'' of random training, most people just get overwhelmed.

So essentially, if you know what you are doing, you may want to pick it up for the nugget of 2 you MAY possibly get ...

If your a newbie, go find a product which teaches ONE method, ONE system and focus on it.

I hope that was useful.
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These product names get more ridiculous every week.

Coffee Shop Millionaire...I mean.....pleeeese give me a break :rolleyes:
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Have you actually seen the product?

If people are going to complain about this product at the price AT is giving it away for - then I can understand why people people just hire a programmer for between $200 and $500 to write the push button BS, rather then actually invest time and effort to help people.



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The Coffee Shop Millionaire Hmmm...I'll pass.

I'll stick with Craig Kaye's Info Product Killer, Mark Ling's Affilioblueprint and Adam Short's Niche Profit Classroom concepts. I own the first two. These give you the basic concepts in step by step format and cover what you need to make money. You then need to try and add your style/creativity to the mix.

1. Research and find a good niche
2. Build a good basic optimized site
3. Use SEO on page and off page
4. Build a list.
5. Rinse and repeat

I spent way to much time getting to the stage of doing rather than looking at this or that and buying this new thing or that new thing. You have got to be doing, building and publishing as many sites per week as you can. Whether you do a lot of sites/blogs or just one mother of a site/blog does not matter you (or your staff if you can afford it) need to build it/them every day. Stick to one thing at first and give it your all for 90 days at least.

Tools I use currently.

Xsitepro-Websites
Gimp and Paint.net - WebsiteGraphics
Traffic Travis-Keyword and SEO research
Google-keyword Competition research
Google Keyword tool-keyword search
Spyfu-keyword research
The Best Spinner-Article Writing
Instant Article Wizard-Article research & writing
My Article Submitter-A simple article submitter that works for my needs

I write articles from scratch and I research topics and write the content differently using the article software.

I use this stuff to build Adsense sites and Affiliate sites.

Just sayin...
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I think Coffee Shop Millionaire is a very good product that gives you just about everything you would need to start making money online the only thing I do not like about it and I said that in my review is that it is a membership site where you are going to have to pay a recurring fee.

So if they are going to charge that amount then I am hoping that they continue to give fresh, new, and good quality material on a regular basis for those that are paying that recurring fee.
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zirkamer,

Yeah, I like Mark Ling he is one of the "good guys" in my opinion, and I do agree that people should find one thing and stick with learning the system and to continue and take action on what they have learned and modify it when it calls for it.

I even said in my review that while I am not a very big fan of recurring fee's of a membership site that if it helps stop someone from by "every product and push button software" that comes out each week then it is well worth the fee.

I really like Mark Ling's Traffic Travis software as well, and I am also a big fan of both The Best Spinner and his new release of Instant Article Wizard. The only reason I get half of the products that come out is either because I am given a review copy or it is a big release and I want to give an honest review for my mailing list.

For a long time I was stuck in the "read all the ebooks stage" and as soon as I TOOK ACTION and put the knowledge that I had gained to work I started earning money fairly fast.

For anyone that is new to affiliate marketing the best way to start earning money is by far ARTICLE MARKETING, then start moving on to SNIPER SITES, CPA, etc.
I also highly recommending OFFLINE CONSULTANT and building websites, it is amazing how many people think setting up a website is difficult and are willing to pay quite a bit of money to get them going and even maintenance fee's etc.

Alright well I got a bit off subject and this is getting kind of long.

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Thanks man, much appreciated.
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Unread 19th February 2011, 09:27 AM   #16
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I think Coffee Shop Millionaire is a very good product that gives you just about everything you would need to start making money online the only thing I do not like about it and I said that in my review is that it is a membership site where you are going to have to pay a recurring fee.

So if they are going to charge that amount then I am hoping that they continue to give fresh, new, and good quality material on a regular basis for those that are paying that recurring fee.
You don't have to sign up for the membership site. You can get in for $37 (actually $27 if you click out at check-out) - but the membership is definitely one of the upsells. I skipped that.

I am a newbie, and so far I like it. There's a lot of content and I like the organization. The support is good too - I already emailed with question and got a response very quickly. I watched some of the quick cash videos and got some great ideas for an offline marketing business that I'm starting.

Only thing I didn't appreciate was using their hosting plan for the free $1995 website they offer to build you. I can't afford to ante up for two years of hosting, when I have free hosting through another source.

More later as I dig into this course.
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These product names get more ridiculous every week.

Coffee Shop Millionaire...I mean.....pleeeese give me a break :rolleyes:
Exactly what I was thinking. Who comes up with these names?
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What I don't like is the lack of an overall plan.
What I mean by that is I am not sure what I am aiming for or how to go about getting it.

They are also pushing a free website (you have to buy hosting and a domain through them) its pre populated with your aff. links. Not sure of the value of this proposition.
Yeah, I feel the same way. There is some useful information, by other coffeeshop "millionaires", but it lacks a thread to follow.

Also, I started to set up the free website and got into the BrainHost loop, of which I ejected before buying... but BrainHost charged me anyway for the hosting plan, as well as for the domain name reg., which was supposed to be free. Been trying for three days now to get a refund... no response.

I wanted to use my own host, and sent a support request to coffeeshopmillionaire asking how to do so, also for three days now, still no response. Some of the bonuses offered by Anthony himself were not functional at the membership site. The quick start video doesn't have a live link.

All in all, I'd say it is not quite ready for prime time.
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Adam hopefully they will get you your refund, I am not sure if they would be able to do that with the domain though because generally once it is purchased it is yours for whatever length it was purchased for.

They may just be busy with the recent launch however, if they don't get back to you just contact Clickbank and explain the situation and they should be able to get it all taken care of for you.
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I bought it to get a bonus from Bring The Fresh (jury's still out on that one too, for me ), and I'm just starting it now. I have just listened to the video about the free website and two things spring to mind immediately: 1) Doing the website for you for free is a loss leader to get the domain and hosting out of you - which is fair enough I guess. But I do query his statement (repeated several times - the info video is brainwashingly repetitive which makes me suspicious) that the longer you have booked your hosting for, the more Google rewards you (for longevity in advance) and so the higher you'll rank. I never heard that, and I do query it.

Also, 2) they say that they'll populate the website they build for you, with ads on which you'll get commission. Fair nuff, but I listened carefully and they didn't say you'd get ALL the commission. I wonder are they making money that way too. Because there has to be SOMETHING in it for them to build a full website, including content, just for the hosting costs.
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My only problem with people having the FREE SITE built for them is that at some point in time if you are going to make it in internet marketing you are going to have to learn how to build your websites yourself.

Part of getting good at what you do in general is doing the work such as finding the right keywords, domain, hosting, and putting your site together, building backlinks, and even just making mistakes, you have no idea how valuable those mistakes are going to be in the long run of things because you are going to learn from them.

However the more you do those things yourself, the more experience you are going to have under your belt and you will be a much better internet marketer because of it. There really is no substitute for doing those things yourself.

Don't get me wrong having a site all set up and ready to go is nice and all but in the long run of things as I said before doing those things yourself is much better and then when you have started to turn a profit and have repeated the process of setting up your own sites you can then start to outsource your sites and have them built exactly the way you want them built.

Also since you have done it yourself you are going to be able to know whether or not the person you outsourced too did a good job building your site.

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I bought it and am not happy at all. So many people pushed it. Brain host immediately over charged me and no matter the emails i send to them or Anthony I never hear a thing. I am very disappointed. The videos go through ways to make money locally mostly...there is a video on how to make money with videos, how to make money with freelance writing, even the tech videos are not up to par....the bonuses are just more videos to watch and to join other peoples continuity programs..I think it is a scam and i am kicking myself for wasting my time. There are quite a few people on the forum that comes with it that are not happy too. Dont buy it would be my advice.
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My only problem with people having the FREE SITE built for them is that at some point in time if you are going to make it in internet marketing you are going to have to learn how to build your websites yourself.

Part of getting good at what you do in general is doing the work such as finding the right keywords, domain, hosting, and putting your site together, building backlinks, and even just making mistakes, you have no idea how valuable those mistakes are going to be in the long run of things because you are going to learn from them.

However the more you do those things yourself, the more experience you are going to have under your belt and you will be a much better internet marketer because of it. There really is no substitute for doing those things yourself.

Don't get me wrong having a site all set up and ready to go is nice and all but in the long run of things as I said before doing those things yourself is much better and then when you have started to turn a profit and have repeated the process of setting up your own sites you can then start to outsource your sites and have them built exactly the way you want them built.

Also since you have done it yourself you are going to be able to know whether or not the person you outsourced too did a good job building your site.

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Couldn't agree more, Tim.

Besides, the site they build for you is a WordPress template that is populated with articles and videos that may or may not have much to do with your site's theme. It is not SEO'd at all, and the adsense revenues point to someone else's account, not yours. The site is definitely not ready to start making money for you.

If you are a noobie, who has no clue about adsense or how to set up your own account, or about how to get your site indexed, and a slew of other important set up steps, you will be left clueless without a step by step plan to follow.

Again, I say steer clear of Coffeeshop Millionaire. Go to Starbucks, grab a cup of coffee, then access this forum. You'll be WAY better off.

Tim, I noticed that you are promoting this product. Did you actually go through it yourself? Have you tried to reach support? I did. Several times. SEVEN days later, and they still have not responded to questions.

nuff said...
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Ok
So I have had CSM for one week and lhave had a while to look through the many lessons and videos so far I am not really getting it.

It does contain a great deal of information although most of that is not new. I am not saying that is a bad thing necessarily, putting info into one place does provide value but not the kind of value that I am looking for.

What I don't like is the lack of direction, learning 20 techniques only loosely related does not imho provide a proper foundation or a clear objective.

But, the thing that really annoyed me was when they tried to charge an extra $47 to download the mp3s.

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Pretty disappointed that I just got spammed from Eben Pagan, who I previously thought was one of the more respectable marketers onilne, and didn't get involved with these spam fest circle jerks...
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Pretty disappointed that I just got spammed from Eben Pagan, who I previously thought was one of the more respectable marketers onilne, and didn't get involved with these spam fest circle jerks...
I am feeling the exact same way... I didn't think Eban Pegan will be promoting these type of (give me $37 bucks and I will teach how to make millions) products.

Got to be honest, I didn't try out the product and I didn't buy it, but simply from checking out the sales page and reading some of the reviews here, it doesn't look any different or better than the regular "newbie trap" products.
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The Coffee Shop Millionaire Hmmm...I'll pass.

I'll stick with Craig Kaye's Info Product Killer, Mark Ling's Affilioblueprint and Adam Short's Niche Profit Classroom concepts. I own the first two. These give you the basic concepts in step by step format and cover what you need to make money. You then need to try and add your style/creativity to the mix.

1. Research and find a good niche
2. Build a good basic optimized site
3. Use SEO on page and off page
4. Build a list.
5. Rinse and repeat

I spent way to much time getting to the stage of doing rather than looking at this or that and buying this new thing or that new thing. You have got to be doing, building and publishing as many sites per week as you can. Whether you do a lot of sites/blogs or just one mother of a site/blog does not matter you (or your staff if you can afford it) need to build it/them every day. Stick to one thing at first and give it your all for 90 days at least.

Tools I use currently.

Xsitepro-Websites
Gimp and Paint.net - WebsiteGraphics
Traffic Travis-Keyword and SEO research
Google-keyword Competition research
Google Keyword tool-keyword search
Spyfu-keyword research
The Best Spinner-Article Writing
Instant Article Wizard-Article research & writing
My Article Submitter-A simple article submitter that works for my needs

I write articles from scratch and I research topics and write the content differently using the article software.

I use this stuff to build Adsense sites and Affiliate sites.

Just sayin...
I would add the great Auto Blog Blueprint 3.0 to the list of products you mentioned. It provides a truly complete system from A to Z of building auto blogs but it could just as easily be used for building any type of blog (not only auto blogs) and doing it the right way.
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I have noticed that more and more "respectable" marketers are promoting stuff that loses them respect, IMO.

My guess is that the online marketing niche has become so competitive that they are sinking lower and lower to get some dollars.

I would love to see some stats on this. E.g. Two years ago send out 50,000 emails, get 50K. Today, send out 50,000 emails, get $500, lol.

Anybody know?

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Eben never has and doesn't need too. Maybe the fact that Eben mailed it tells you this is actually a quality product.

I have no disagreement that most of the stuff coming out us utter rubbish.

This product is not one of them.





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Well, it's simply that, a guess...and I can tell you based upon facts that your wrong.

Marketing changes and evolves, but overall building a relationship with your list and making offers to them is the best thing you can do for your business, and it's still very profitable.




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I have noticed that more and more "respectable" marketers are promoting stuff that loses them respect, IMO.

My guess is that the online marketing niche has become so competitive that they are sinking lower and lower to get some dollars.

I would love to see some stats on this. E.g. Two years ago send out 50,000 emails, get 50K. Today, send out 50,000 emails, get $500, lol.

Anybody know?

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The "red flag" on the sales page is the constant reminder of screenshots of earnings. "Proof of earnings" does not convince me a bit to buy a product like this.

I know the goal is "make money online," but I would rather have a "taste" in the copy of the sales letter about what kind of marketing system this is. Also, I don't want to know what this product IS NOT.

When 70% of the sales letter is selling the internet lifestyle, the millionaire dream and six figure income, I get very uneasy about the pitch.

Again, as mentioned in many threads here, the video, where it is locked and you have no control over forward, reverse, or discovering the length of the video really turns me off.

A more straightforward approach would have been what I would have liked so I can make a sound decision. That would make for a lower refund and chargeback rate to the seller of this product.
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The CSM is an old PLR collection of old articles, plus a lot of fake hype and a lot of fake claims. Just save your money and your sanity
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Thanks for the heads up here. I suspected as much.

As a matter of fact, I am beginning to see the same photos of the Porsche, Mansion on the Hills and the Beaches of Cancun on all these type of sales pages. I will just bet all these products have the same old PLR and articles too!

In either case, I love these forums because you can "compare notes" and find the common thread on the desparate IM'rs marketing with a "new" sales page, but with the old rehashed stuff.

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I bought it because of Kelly's Bring It Fresh bonus. But honestly, CSM is nothing but hype.
I would not waste my time on this old rehashed PLR.
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I think Coffee Shop Millionaire is a very good product that gives you just about everything you would need to start making money online the only thing I do not like about it and I said that in my review is that it is a membership site where you are going to have to pay a recurring fee.

So if they are going to charge that amount then I am hoping that they continue to give fresh, new, and good quality material on a regular basis for those that are paying that recurring fee.
You don't have to pay a membership price actually. I wouldn't do it.
The extra bonus is that you get to download the videos. Well, you can actually download the videos for free by using some type of addon such as Flashgot for Firefox, so save your money on this one.
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My only problem with people having the FREE SITE built for them is that at some point in time if you are going to make it in internet marketing you are going to have to learn how to build your websites yourself.

Part of getting good at what you do in general is doing the work such as finding the right keywords, domain, hosting, and putting your site together, building backlinks, and even just making mistakes, you have no idea how valuable those mistakes are going to be in the long run of things because you are going to learn from them.

However the more you do those things yourself, the more experience you are going to have under your belt and you will be a much better internet marketer because of it. There really is no substitute for doing those things yourself.

Don't get me wrong having a site all set up and ready to go is nice and all but in the long run of things as I said before doing those things yourself is much better and then when you have started to turn a profit and have repeated the process of setting up your own sites you can then start to outsource your sites and have them built exactly the way you want them built.

Also since you have done it yourself you are going to be able to know whether or not the person you outsourced too did a good job building your site.

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Every one of these $37 products are Hamster Wheels in disguise. They work but don't expect to go anywhere except over to the services for hire section to make some money when the rent is due and your business is going under while you keep trying to learn stuff you don't even like doing.

Workers get paid to know how and that's why skilled workers will always be able to get a job. Business owners and especially CEO's are leaders and they don't have the mindset for repetitive jobs with instructions and supervision.

The same is true online but it sure doesn't seem that way. Tire changers turned Internet Marketing Experts are trying to make money by learning how to do everything themselves and that's just too much work for anyone not being paid double time and a half. As soon as they figure out owners don't need to know how, they'll know why.

Years of listening to www.GuruBull****.com <--[needs website or blog] is responsible for millionaire mindset mix-up, the target market for The Secret and Think and Grow Rich and all the other self-help books.

There are more Millionaires at the Coffee Shop than there are at the local Mall, that's for sure. Next time you go by Starbucks, see how many $100K cars are parked there.


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Graphic artists were under the impression they knew how to design websites in the late 90's with their good-looking, color coordinated pages that were not even close to functional. Why? Because they were glorified desktop publishers who didn't know how to "build" websites that were machine readable.

By 2003, trained computer programmers had to start over, this time "building" websites with back ends but only larger companies could afford programmers and that left a lot business owners pretty pissed off after they already paid for what they thought was a real website. No wonder they are so quick to learn how to build their own websites.

Then templates designed by graphic artists came along with software programs that self-taught computer geeks used to build websites for new online businesses and who else? The same Gurus that are telling everyone else to learn what they don't know how to do themselves.
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99.9% of the time, nobody is going to share whats working for them. Thats a fact. I am sure, some marketers will love to share their blueprint but not everyone.
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I have noticed that more and more "respectable" marketers are promoting stuff that loses them respect, IMO.

My guess is that the online marketing niche has become so competitive that they are sinking lower and lower to get some dollars.

I would love to see some stats on this. E.g. Two years ago send out 50,000 emails, get 50K. Today, send out 50,000 emails, get $500, lol.

Anybody know?

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Have you looked at clickbank products lately? If they didn't promote garbage there wouldn't be anything to promote.
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Not sure if I was subject to the re-launch, but I remember getting promo
emails right before Christmas 2011.

When these re-launches occur, is there any substantive difference between
the original launch date? I mean, you can re-launch Pepsi with commercials
and gimmicks, but in the end it's still Pepsi.

Recent example: Blogging to The Bank was re-launched but with little
if any new info

How is it any different from the original product, apparently launched
11 months ago?
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Does it require you to work in a coffeeshop for this to work ?

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I watched the videos and it all sounded great. What I wanted to see when I came to the Warriors Forum was proof of earnings. Not one thread had any sign of money being made with this product. So Attention To All Reading This.
If anybody out has made any money with "Coffee Shop Millionaire" or knows someone who did. Please leave a post on the site.
To the author of this product, please supply us with proof of earnings.
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Wondering why my sig did not show? Hmmm.
Sigs aren't allowed in the Review section because of promotion-based posts such as yours.

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I watched the videos and it all sounded great. What I wanted to see when I came to the Warriors Forum was proof of earnings. Not one thread had any sign of money being made with this product. So Attention To All Reading This.
If anybody out has made any money with "Coffee Shop Millionaire" or knows someone who did. Please leave a post on the site.
To the author of this product, please supply us with proof of earnings.
Don't hold your breath. You're going to see less and less proof of earnings or promises since the new FTC rule went into effect March 1st.
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Ok, so I've read many of the reviews here, including the one mentioned by 'joe12joe' above. The product sounds ok, and in all fairness to the owner, it could be value for money. Unfortunately marketers of new products often end up 'disappointing' their readers in one way or another, and no matter what they do, they cannot please everyone. That is sacrosanct! If it is not the over-the-top video with a hired actor, it is the lack of credible proof, or some other foolish 'slip-up' that ends up costing them business or high refunds.

Listen, you could come here and buy a product based on good reviews that end up being a lemon. This may be partly your fault, or the market simply changes on you and the stuff does not work any more. FB changes the way they approve ads, or Google changes their algorithms, who knows? At some point, you are going to have to make a final decision about a product, and be prepared to live with your decision. If you give it a fair try and it did not work, well! Chalk it up to experience.

Here are two things to consider before I stop my rambling:

1. Learn what you must, for a reasonable time, then make a decision. Nothing happens until you make a decision.

2. Don't be afraid to spend some money only to find out that you were wrong. Chances are you will be wrong many times before you are completely 'correct'. It is just life.

If you are broke right now because you've been wrong too many times, and you purchased one too many crappy products, take a break! Shut off your computer. Go to the beach, take a picnic, sleep for a while, or just concentrate on your day job for the next few weeks! I'm not telling you to give up. I'm just saying, clear your head, get a fresh perspective, and start again.

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I was considering CSM but after reading this I am no so sure. I won't even bother to do a review.
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Please, do not waste your time... Run to the nearest exit!

You know the routine with most of this rehashed
stuff... Mostly seeds... No REAL watermelon to enjoy!

Coffee Shop Millionaire? What a catchy name... LOL!

You can find most of this rehashed mess online
for FREE!

Please don't give me that garbage of how the "noob"
will have it neatly wrapped in one piece so he/she
doesn't have to go looking for it!

If that's the case, instruct the "noob" to get a coach or
invest in a GOOD membership training site, so the "noob"
will NOT waste their valuable time with a product that will
(at best) make their nature rise.

Let's not mention the silly upsell... What a joke!

Let's change the name and call it - Overnight Millions with the
Coffee Shop Man!

At least this way, even the "noob"/new IM'er knows they
have NO business wasting their valuable time reading this mess,
simply because NO REAL, sustainable, opportunity will
afford you millions overnight.

Develop a real plan/blueprint for success... Apply massive,
choreographed action to your plan. Get paid REAL mullah
for years to come.

Thanks,
Frank

PS What if you're not a "noob"/new IM'er, should you invest
in the Coffee Shop Millionaire? Why pay $27.00 plus for
one or two (so-called) nuggets you're already aware of,
or you can get for FREE, all over the place?

Experienced marketers know better than to mess with
this crap!

PPS Protect the new IM'er... Feed them watermelon
with VERY few seeds, if any!
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Glad I found this via the "search this forum", good info. Thanks peoples.
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This program is so outdated but is being pushed on Facebook by someone. I wouldn't waste my money. Just being a member of this forum you will find all the information needed. It will not save you any time. You have to go through the learning curve and there is nothing new here.
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Came here (first place I looked actually) after getting an email pitch for this one and considered starting a review site to become an affiliate but sounds like it's not even worth that. Push-button millionaire stuff is all over the place it seems... thanks for all the time saved peeps...
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Thank god for your reviews. you may have SAVED me the trouble of spending money pointlessly if it isn't all it IS cracked up to be. Fine by me! THX.
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I have noticed that more and more "respectable" marketers are promoting stuff that loses them respect, IMO.

My guess is that the online marketing niche has become so competitive that they are sinking lower and lower to get some dollars.

I would love to see some stats on this. E.g. Two years ago send out 50,000 emails, get 50K. Today, send out 50,000 emails, get $500, lol.

Anybody know?

Ralph
I agree.
I went to this link through a warrior's signature just to see if it was something I might want to promote.
Within 20 seconds or less I knew it was "just another newbie trap" - a slick video to convince newbies they can be a "coffee shop millionaire" - the carrot on a stick of tons of money with little work... Sure, that's the ticket...

I HATE these kinds of come-ons. Even if they provide good info inside - which some say this one does - they are based on dishonest imho:
"Making tons of $ online is easy".

I prefer IMers who tell people "This is possible. You can make money. How much you make depends on how much you learn from the right people, and hard you work at it."

I have no respect for the IMers who created it nor for those who promote it.
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