I'd Like To Thank Frank Kern And Eban Pegan For Making Me....

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In light of all the guru bashing that goes on,
and ugly stories of top marketers, I actually
have a good one.

First let me say this, I HAVE NEVER BOUGHT

Yesterday I put on my first teleseminar for my niche.

I did everything wrong as far as planning and promotion
and I still made a crapload of money! 100% profit.

It was so spur of the moment that I didn't get
to send out an email until the MORNING of the event.

I got the idea to do teleseminars with big names
in my industry from Eban Pegans "Interviews with dating gurus"
and I digested like 50 of these audios picking up on
how to actually conduct a content filled interview.

Not to mention I can pick up hot girls all day as a bonus!

Also I studied alot of Frank Kern Audios, and what I learned
was to give content, content, and more content and
give a little pitch at the end.

And I threw in a few little hints through the call.

Basically if it wasn't for me learning from these guys
I would have did a 60 minute audio about on the
surface stuff and pitching.

It was really fun and great stuff. and my subscribers loved it.

Thanks for puttin out all the free info.

And thats just a few things I've learned from
watching all their videos and free content man. Im killing it in my niche!

I'm up to 1000 opt ins per day. on my main niche site.

Oh and I have to give frank kern credit because he had
put out a video on sales pages where he was saying screw
all the fluff and be direct.

So I deleted my old long sales page and put up one that
told them what I was offering, What it will do for them,
and closed the sale.

And there are alot of Anti-guru's and haters,
maybe if you'd shut the hell up and actually
take time to digest and implement this stuff
you would actually make some money!

Thanks again,
#internet marketing #alot #eban #frank kern #making #money #pegan
  • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
    More power to you Daniel...

    Behind all the nasty guru (what the naysayers would have you believe) front... some of the bigger names in this industry have a whole lot to offer...

    Eben calls it moving the free line and he does it so well... and Frank too..

    Kudos to you for putting it into action on this recent teleseminar gig....


  • Profile picture of the author Ron Douglas
    Good stuff Daniel. Congrats on your success with the teleseminar and otherwise. Wow, 1,000 optins a day is sweet.

    Yes, you can learn a lot from those guys just by studying their marketing methods.
  • Profile picture of the author Sham Salih
    Eat the Chicken Spit out the bones. Take what works best for you. Good post. Im no Guru Rider nor do I hate them. Some of there content is good some is crap. just got to pick out the gold
    • Profile picture of the author theredcell
      The guys like Frank Kern and Eban Pagan are always giving solid content. I've had the chance to listen in on Eban Pagan's tuneup teleseminars and you will always walk away with something new.

      Every time I listen to Frank Kern I have a pen and paper in hand. The guy is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to IM.

      Good to see your having success. Keep up the good work..


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