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Unread 10th August 2011, 08:48 AM   #1
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I recently saw this program mentioned in a post here on the warrior forum. No affiliate link. But once I started doing a little checking the only thing I find are posts and videos that all include an affiliate link. They also are all mainly positive. I have seen 2 negative but they had affiliate links to other programs.

Just doesn't smell right.

Anyone using this?

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Unread 12th August 2011, 04:42 PM   #2
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I'll wait for real review myself too, not sure this program worth every penny invested
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Default Re: Anyone using All Inclusive Ads?

I'm also curious about this program. Have had it bookmarked for a while now. Did my due-diligence on it, and all I could come up with, at the time, were the usual glowing endorsements from review sites. I do like their claim that they use many different advertising methods to generate traffic to your ads. That being said, I hope some Warrior will come forward with an honest review. Will keep my eyes on this thread. Thanks.
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Unread 18th September 2011, 03:19 PM   #4
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just started using these so far I have 4 urls but most of traffic is coming from same I.P. adress,I have just wrote to them to ask why?
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All Inclusive Ads is definitely worth the money. They offer great service and you will really see results in a short amount of time.
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Unread 23rd October 2011, 03:40 PM   #6
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Hi heres a quick updateI have tested the ads on every conceivable product and sign up,so far only the free list building site has yielded sign ups also I have visitor tracking on some sites which do not agree with all inclusive ads figures,I am using feedjit so I leave you to draw your own conclusions.I hope this helps
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Unread 25th November 2011, 02:09 AM   #7
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Hey guys, I just received an ad email regarding this program. And kinda tempting because all the testimonial positive and the alexa rank to this site is not bad. So, is someone have been into this traffic program? Please post your experience here at the forum...thank you all and Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

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Unread 23rd January 2012, 02:37 PM   #8
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I gave it a try for a month and did not see any results. I was allowed to provide up to 10 URL's for them to include in their advertising campaigns. Most of the URL's I provided were direct affiliate links and did not see one conversion. Maybe I wasn't doing something right or maybe I didn't allow for enough time, but those were my results. Good luck.
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Unread 28th January 2012, 05:26 PM   #9
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edwin, do you tend to screw things up on a regular, or do you think you did everything correct and it was all inclusive ads who is the real screwup?
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I've been a member of All Inclusive Ads going on my sixth month and am currently receiving free opt-ins as well as paid signups to the 8 links I am promoting on a regular basis.


I would say after I first got started using them, my first few free opt-ins came in around the third week mark with paying members around weeks five to six (I am very meticulous with my stats sheet)


I personally message every new member who joins one of my programs and ask how they found my site, and the feedback from these last two signups (promoted with AIA only) one said he joined through a You Tube video link he found and the other through the mailer, List Auction.


Hope my personal experience shines some light on the subject.
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edwin, do you tend to screw things up on a regular, or do you think you did everything correct and it was all inclusive ads who is the real screwup?
not on a regular basis anyway

I think it's like anything else in this industry. What works for some may not work for others. I don't exactly know why I didn't see results. As I mentioned earlier, 30 days may not have been enough time for a fair evaluation. In either case I wasn't willing to dole out another monthly payment...
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Unread 7th February 2012, 11:45 AM   #12
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I was skeptical of All Inclusive Ads at first but took the leap of faith after reading positive reviews on google. I remember I was about to quit soon after but to my suprise, I earned a $65 commission on one of the products I was promoting through them. I realize that people are skeptical by nature, but sometimes you just need to step out of the boat and give something new a chance. Best of luck
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Been using this service for 8+ months and consider it a staple for my ongoing ad campaign!
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Hello! If this product is really popular or has a good reputation, I'm sure there will tons of reviews on it on the web. Try researching some for this if you want, there's lots I bet. I hope that helped you in a way or so. Best of luck!
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Unread 14th August 2012, 01:59 AM   #15
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All the testimonials on their website are from fiverr, do a little search on fiverr. No waste your money
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For this program I have found a ton of reviews from all sorts of places in Google (after researching myself I would say about 95% of them are favorable) Out of all the reviews I looked at I would say these two seemed the most sincere...


Another Look At All Inclusive Ads

Based on these favorable reviews I am going to test join today and will report back on my findings...
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Unread 4th September 2012, 07:06 AM   #17
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All Inclusive Ads is not to be trusted. Period. Just watch this YouTube video review.

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Unread 4th September 2012, 09:50 AM   #18
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Hi All
Don't be fooled by all the so-called review on the internet . I have purchased before . Poor
result. but the final decision is up to you.
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Unread 22nd September 2012, 11:12 PM   #19
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I'm tracking all the web traffic I get from All Inclusive Ads, and each time somebody joins and opts in to any of my websites, I message them to find out where they live and attempt to build some rapport (where they found my site, where they're from, if they joined through a ppc ad, article etc)

I began receiving hits from All Inclusive Ads as soon as I first joined, starting low and have slowly been building. I received my first paying member using them during the end of my first month (about 3 weeks) so I've decided to keep going...

I've chatted with a couple other AIA members promoting different programs with a variance of start up costs so I'm pretty sure they work for varying price points as well.

Hope that helps everyone with their decision.
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Unread 6th November 2012, 08:07 PM   #20
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Has anyone used The Online AD Network - MLM and Network Marketing Directory What is your experience with them? Also, what ad sources do you use & get results. Thanks for your help.
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I'v been in All Inclusive Ads 3 weeks now with no results. I know its early days but the reviews were impressive thats why I joined. So Im starting to guess its all hype...lol
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I have had my All Inclusive Ads account running for 2.5 months now and am extremely impressed with the $30/month service.

First of all you have to think about your expectations for such a cheap form of advertising. For me $30 is definitely not alot of money. I spent thousands a year in advertising.. lose on alot of it but I cut out the stuff that doesn't return a profit so its a temporary loss, not a recurring one.

I pay recurring fees of $10-$50 a month for around a dozen ad sites and my expectations are fairly low. I track the traffic and conversions and try to make at least double what I invest.

All Inclusive Ads has really impressed me. $30 invested each month. I make around $200.. so around $170 in profit. Am I freaking out because All Inclusive Ads isn't making me THOUSANDS per month? No. I don't use them exclusively for my advertising. That would be foolish and lazy.

Remember, don't promote crap sites with them and expect people to whip out their credit cards. Test your links. Know your conversion rates and always make sure you are promoting hot offers.

All Inclusive Ads delivers measurable results on a consistent basis and because of that I keep paying the recurring fee. They stop delivering I stop paying. But as for now the ROI from AIA far surpasses dozens of other ad services out there. A+ for AIA.
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Unread 12th November 2012, 04:33 PM   #23
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I had just heard about this today and snooped around a bit as much of what was on their website triggered my B.S meter. Do not waste your money on this.

They have been busted in the past for using video testimonials from Fiverr.

Their 128 members paying $30/ month don't add up anywhere near $40K/month that they spend.

So many people have reported all the clicks come form 1 single I.P Address which is said to be owned by the same people that own All Inclusive Ads.

Yes it is only $30 and you're welcome to throw your $30 away, but I'd advise against it.

I hate to see people get screwed so I made a video of my findings.

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I track every hit from All Inclusive ads and 95% are from unique, American IP addresses. I also also enrolled my brother into AIA and have personally looked at his tracking results on his computer screen to confirm similar results.


Also watch this one if you want proof of tangible results.

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I track every hit from All Inclusive ads and 95% are from unique, American IP addresses. I also also enrolled my brother into AIA and have personally looked at his tracking results on his computer screen to confirm similar results.

WARNING: All Inclusive Ads Scam REVEALED - YouTube

Also watch this one if you want proof of tangible results.

All Inclusive Ads {The Truth About Signups} - YouTube


Great videos TomTom. All Inclusive Ads is actually the only ad service I've

gotten decent results from. I have seen a bit of negative feedback out there

but decided to join anyways. I as well see unique ips from the traffic and

make more in sales than my $30 monthly fee. I suggest you all try it for

yourself before making any judgements. I'm keeping my account because its

working great and I have tracked the traffic to prove it.
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For this program I have found a ton of reviews from all sorts of places in Google (after researching myself I would say about 95% of them are favorable) Out of all the reviews I looked at I would say these two seemed the most sincere...

All Inclusive Ads {The Truth About Signups} - YouTube

Another Look At All Inclusive Ads

Based on these favorable reviews I am going to test join today and will report back on my findings...
The video is well done and this person seems very honest in my opinion.

The blog is rather interesting too, as it seems to share some insight as to what you get as a member of the service itself.

Thanks for posting these two links John, I've been thinking about using this ad site for awhile and think I'm ready to take the leap.
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I see there are still a lot of mixed reviews. I'm a bit curious
about why it appears to work for some and then not work for
others. What's up with that? Seems like those who have a
quality product are getting the best results vs those who
are offering something that is not in demand.
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I am a member and I am promoting 8 links from click bank and 2 sign up pages. Started 12.5th , now is 12.23rd2012. I didn't have conversions at all.No sign ups and no sales but I can see 262 click bank hops. Hops-when visitor goes to click bank order page. It shows some interest from visitor.

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I don't know what to think?Should I reduce number of links to get more traffic to 1 thing or just quit all together.
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The video is well done and this person seems very honest in my opinion.

The blog is rather interesting too, as it seems to share some insight as to what you get as a member of the service itself.

Thanks for posting these two links John, I've been thinking about using this ad site for awhile and think I'm ready to take the leap.
Ok, just a quick update for everyone here....

I signed up for All Inclusive Ads six weeks ago and the results so far have been rather interesting. I submitted 7 links and the peculiar thing is that I have been receiving the same amount of traffic to each link, but only 4 of my programs so far have received paid upgrades (6 paid sales total earning me roughly $150 in commissions)

This leads me to believe a few things...1) All Inclusive Ads does send real people to your links 2) Results depend on what you are promoting 3) Your ad campaign requires ongoing evaluation.

Based upon my own personal findings I am going to continue promoting the links with AIA that have proven do generate me commissions, and I am going to exchange my other 3 (non earning) website links with new links to try.

I am quite pleased with my results thus far and will continue to tweak and test my ad campaign through them, and will of course keep my WF friends updated throughout
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Unread 27th December 2012, 05:47 PM   #30
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I am relativity new to marketing online so when I found AllInclusiveAds I jumped on it. I had tried my hand at PPC ads before and frankly I suck at it. I started an account a few months ago and didn't see any results so I canceled the account after a month.

After talking to some people who claimed to have success with it, I picked to give it a second chance. The main thing I heard was that I needed to keep the account longer to "get a bigger share" of the advertising. I figured I had the money so I started a new account and I am now on my second month.

I set up my account with 7 links:
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Personal Splash Page for own domain
(I have now added Hits4Pay today)

During the first month I didn't get a single hit. I use Google Analytics to track my traffic. I was not promoting my Personal Splash page for own domain anywhere besides AllInclusiveAds and got nothing. (I kinda set up this splash page as a test for AIA.)

I left the account for the second month and I am still not getting hits from AIA from my personal splash page. The only site that I can see is getting traffic is my ClixSense account but I do not have any conversions. My ClixSense account started to get traffic on the 20th. Here is the report from ClixSense.

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Uniq. Total
20 1 1
21 9 10
22 6 6
23 7 7
24 12 12
25 8 11
26 11 11
27 6 6

I leave it up to people to make up their own minds on AIA. I just wanted to share my experience. It could be a problem with AIA. It could be I am promoting stuff that doesn't convert well with AIA. I don't really know. I do know that I have the capital to give it a longer test and I will keep anyone interested in the results of a longer test.
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I've been a member of All Inclusive Ads going on my sixth month and am currently receiving free opt-ins as well as paid signups to the 8 links I am promoting on a regular basis.


I would say after I first got started using them, my first few free opt-ins came in around the third week mark with paying members around weeks five to six (I am very meticulous with my stats sheet)


I personally message every new member who joins one of my programs and ask how they found my site, and the feedback from these last two signups (promoted with AIA only) one said he joined through a You Tube video link he found and the other through the mailer, List Auction.


Hope my personal experience shines some light on the subject.

Thanks for sharing. I also wondered about the effectiveness of this program. This is by far the most conclusive review I've found so far.
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I have been using them now for about 3 weeks, so far nothing, but if conanedo's stats are correct, I should be getting some feedback soon.
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I've been a member of All Inclusive Ads going on my sixth month and am currently receiving free opt-ins as well as paid signups to the 8 links I am promoting on a regular basis.


I would say after I first got started using them, my first few free opt-ins came in around the third week mark with paying members around weeks five to six (I am very meticulous with my stats sheet)


I personally message every new member who joins one of my programs and ask how they found my site, and the feedback from these last two signups (promoted with AIA only) one said he joined through a You Tube video link he found and the other through the mailer, List Auction.


Hope my personal experience shines some light on the subject.
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Thanks for sharing. I also wondered about the effectiveness of this program. This is by far the most conclusive review I've found so far.

I agree. Very sincere and detailed After reading this post just over 1 month ago, I signed up to allinclusiveads.net and am very encouraged by what I'm seeing so far...a good amount of traffic plus 2 sales to boot!

Thanks for sharing conanedo!
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Well it looks like the results are very mixed. Apologize to everyone who has responded in this thread.
I forgot all about making this post. I am currently working on my advertising budget for 2013.
but 30 dollars is a small amount of money and I'm going to consider at least 6 months that should be a fair amount of time to really test out this program. I will report back at least once a month.
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I have been using for 2 months, but I forgot to add tracking to links. I added tracking this morning and I will report back in a few days to see if I am getting leads.
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Just joined, will give review in a month. Link are to my free offer.

My goal using AIA is to build a list, so hopefully I'll get some optins.
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I made some changes to what I was promoting with AIA. I listed seven clickbank products and a new splash page. With two shares (you are given a share for each month you are a member) I am getting around 40 to 50 hits a day to the clickbank products. No sales yet. I have been getting on average 2-3 opt-ins to the splash page.
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I have to say that I am surprised by a few comments I see on here when it comes to All Inclusive Ads. Iíve been a member over there since last July and have seen each of the programs I advertise at AIA doing really well. I did have one that wasnít delivering the results that I wanted in terms of opt-ins, but after I changed the landing page, that one turned around pretty quickly. This is a program Iíll be sticking with.
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All inclusive Ads is a 100% scam. They have paid people to give positive testimonies. It is totally hoax. I joined, and did never got a single hit in a month. Affiliates that are giving mixed testimonies have been bought and advised to say what the company want them to say. Real affiliates are those who do not get hits at all or got hits from single IP Address,that is company's only IP address.

I know this company will continue to scam many people,because they have a clever plan with nice website making people believe that they are genuine,but not. I met someone who had been with this company for 5 months and never got a hit from different IP address,but from only a single IP address with no sales,though he had a good sales page.
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I joined and did not receive one single opt in or hit to any of the sites I was promoting. My experience believes it to be a complete waste of money.
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Well its been 3 months since I last posted on this thread and just to let you all know, I'm STILL paying for All Inclusive Ads. Why? Because its turning a profit for me. Not from their affiliate program because I'm not promoting them. From the SERVICE they are providing.

I'm tracking every single hit they send and its actually 100% unique visitors from 100% unique ip addresses. I actually use 3 different independent tracking services to test AIA's traffic.

Since the 1st of Feb I've averaged around 160 unique visitors per day with on average 8 new optins per day and a sale every 2-3 days. Excellent results for a $30 service in my opinion.

My advice to anyone considering using AIA is to be aware of your conversion rates because NO advertising service can convert a crappy offer.
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Well its been 3 months since I last posted on this thread and just to let you all know, I'm STILL paying for All Inclusive Ads. Why? Because its turning a profit for me. Not from their affiliate program because I'm not promoting them. From the SERVICE they are providing.

I'm tracking every single hit they send and its actually 100% unique visitors from 100% unique ip addresses. I actually use 3 different independent tracking services to test AIA's traffic.

Since the 1st of Feb I've averaged around 160 unique visitors per day with on average 8 new optins per day and a sale every 2-3 days. Excellent results for a $30 service in my opinion.

My advice to anyone considering using AIA is to be aware of your conversion rates because NO advertising service can convert a crappy offer.
What trackers are you using Tom?

I'm seeing unique visitors as well so not sure what is up with some of the other comments.

I do agree that you have to be promoting a decent converting offer as with ANY advertising service.

That being said I'm still new with All Inclusive Ads (within my first month) but I've already seen quite a few people join the list I am building as well as a couple sales that has more than paid for my membership fees.

Of the 10 allowed links I put in a couple links that below to a newbie I am helping get started marketing online. He came back to me with positive feedback saying he's seeing unique traffic and has converted a sale already. AIA seems to be a good program to duplicate in your organization, especially for those beginners that need that little taste of success to keep them motivated to continue

Anyways, let me know what offers you are promoting.
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This is the review that convinced me to try aia on a trial basis, oh about two months ago now. 2 months in and I am pleasantly surprised at the results for the money.

I've tried mailers in the past but can't write worth a lick of beans, plus they cost too much. Got to keep testing and trying new things out cause every once in awhile you find something that really works..
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All Inclusive Ads Video Proof - YouTube

This is the review that convinced me to try aia on a trial basis, oh about two months ago now. 2 months in and I am pleasantly surprised at the results for the money.

I've tried mailers in the past but can't write worth a lick of beans, plus they cost too much. Got to keep testing and trying new things out cause every once in awhile you find something that really works..
Nice proof video! I actually watched that one before I joined as well. I've been messing around with Camtasia and I am do one as well featuring the great experience I've had thus far.

I know what you mean about testing. I usually find my new ad sources here on WF or by what people are promoting on safelists. In 2012 I tested quite a few promotional tools and hope to do even more this year.
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I usually find mixed reviews on most everything related to advertising. My guess would be

because of the offers people are promoting. For instance I helped on of my downline members

create an All Inclusive Ads account and she wasn't getting any results. I helped her change up

her links and squeeze page and now shes amazing by the results. You can't take a lazy approach

to advertising where you just blame the ad source. Sometimes the problem is the ad source but

have you really done your part? I optimize my pages and offers 100% to insure the best

response rate and thats exactly what I've done with AIA and it's 3 months later and I'm still loving their service. I hope this helps
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I usually find mixed reviews on most everything related to advertising. My guess would be

because of the offers people are promoting. For instance I helped on of my downline members

create an All Inclusive Ads account and she wasn't getting any results. I helped her change up

her links and squeeze page and now shes amazing by the results. You can't take a lazy approach

to advertising where you just blame the ad source. Sometimes the problem is the ad source but

have you really done your part? I optimize my pages and offers 100% to insure the best

response rate and thats exactly what I've done with AIA and it's 3 months later and I'm still loving their service. I hope this helps
The worst is when someone offers a negative critique on something, only to promote some kind of competing product in the process.

I don't know how many times I have seen this on you tube reviews...you know what I'm talking about..."Product A is terrible blah blah blah but Product B over here is the greatest thing since sliced bread...and oh by the way I get a huge cut when you buy Product B.

Give me a freakin break.:confused:
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All Inclusive Ads Video Proof - YouTube

This is the review that convinced me to try aia on a trial basis, oh about two months ago now. 2 months in and I am pleasantly surprised at the results for the money.

I've tried mailers in the past but can't write worth a lick of beans, plus they cost too much. Got to keep testing and trying new things out cause every once in awhile you find something that really works..
I have seen this video review before and it is good. I wish more people would put out reviews like this. Simple, detailed info and obviously not biased by cross-promoting some other offer.
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What trackers are you using Tom?

I'm seeing unique visitors as well so not sure what is up with some of the other comments.

I do agree that you have to be promoting a decent converting offer as with ANY advertising service.

That being said I'm still new with All Inclusive Ads (within my first month) but I've already seen quite a few people join the list I am building as well as a couple sales that has more than paid for my membership fees.

Of the 10 allowed links I put in a couple links that below to a newbie I am helping get started marketing online. He came back to me with positive feedback saying he's seeing unique traffic and has converted a sale already. AIA seems to be a good program to duplicate in your organization, especially for those beginners that need that little taste of success to keep them motivated to continue

Anyways, let me know what offers you are promoting.
Nutrie,

Great to hear you are getting results in your first month. Not sure if you know but you get 1 additional share of traffic for each month you are with the service as a loyalty incentive so the trend you will so is your traffic/sales/signups grow the longer you use the service.

I have tested a bunch of trackers, including bit.ly, budurl, trck.me goog.le google analytic as well as cloackers like viralurl. Great looking stats in all. I'm kind of a stats nut haha

Ya, AIA is for sure a tool to recommend to your team, especially beginners that need a bit of hand holding. You'd be surprised how much notification beginners get out of a just a wee taste of success
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I have seen this video review before and it is good. I wish more people would put out reviews like this. Simple, detailed info and obviously not biased by cross-promoting some other offer.
Simple, detailed, honest, that's why I liked it as well
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Hi Folks,do not believe what some people are saying I have been receiving hits every day for 3 or 4 months and making sales or building their lists. They are all part of All Inclusive Ads Company. They are all total scammers. they want your hard earned money. Be wise like a snake. Why is it that they keep posting the same testimonial all the time??
They are all internet Super Thieves. All inclusive ads is a HOAX.
Beware with the intelligent snakes online. Do not be part of that Company Scammers. Run away from them. They have paid namerous Fiverr Workers to post good video testimonials online just to deceive thousands of poor easy to convince people to pay that small amount of money.
Some people are saying,they are trying it for the next 3 0r 4 months. Trust me your paying for nothing. Before you get to know it is fake,then it is too late for your money.
HI FOLKS RUN AWAY FROM All Inlusive Ads. IT IS FAKE,A SCAM,A HOAX in disguise. I am very sorry for those who are going to fall victims tomorrow.
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