ppc coach, anyone recommend it?

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im thinking of signing up, i know ppc coach is on these forums, id like to know if anyone has any experience with them? what are ur opinions? ive read some good feedback on ppc coach but just wondering if anyone here has had any experience with ppc coach

thank u
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  • Profile picture of the author Myheavens
    The best way is to learn yourself from free forums and blogs...Some coaching's are good but there is so much info for a newbie that He can distracted by it....
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    No, but get more feedback before you join any coaching. I think he himself will say that his coaching style suits some, and does not suit others.
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  • Profile picture of the author lazavas
    i need a system to follow thats why i think this may suit me, been thinking bout it for a while
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    • Profile picture of the author ph1470
      I was a member of PPC-Coach. I can tell you that Will (the owner) is very helpful and that the PPC-Coach community in general is also very helpful.

      A lot of transparency there. Members are more willing to share their "secrets and strategies" which IMO makes it worth the money.

      I have since shifted my focus away from from ppc which is why I am longer a member.

      But it is very helpful...especially to a newbie!
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  • Profile picture of the author lazavas
    thanks for feedback guys
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  • Profile picture of the author dannyb1974
    Hi
    Without trying to be negative
    a lot of the basic coaching tecniques I have seen or read up on all seem to come back to the same basic steps
    forum sig
    article
    blogging
    aswer questions on yahoo
    etc etc


    as mentine above a lot of this you probably already know and can find free on this or other forums.

    I have been looking for a step by step guide for ages.

    problem is
    each method has a step by step guide and I end up trying them all and getting small response because not focussing on one at a time

    so my advise is
    pick a method (just one!!!)

    and stick with it for a month doing something 'everyday' that potentially earns money
    ie 3 forum postings
    or
    3 articles
    or
    3 blog psoting etc

    you get the idea

    danny
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenster
    Good point Danny,

    I literally have a calendar that goes out 2 months. For my current campaigns, I can tell you exactly what I am doing for each of these methods on the third Wednesday of next month. Its this planning or possibly my ocd that enables me to actually get stuff done. People will try a craigslist campaign and post 4 ads the first day, 2 the second and thats it and then complain that craigslist doesnt work.

    Try doing 4 ads per day for 30 days. Then let me know if your method works or not!
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  • Profile picture of the author chachachallis
    as a starter you should just get free content from blogs , then when you get a little understanding you can move on to ppc coach and others.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy1750
    Hello,

    I'm a member of PPC coach and I personally love it. Great no nonsense approach. Advice from coach is excellent. The other great thing is amazing community of other members. The forums very open and active. Thing that struck me straight away after joining were the number of success stories.

    Sure, there are other places to learn too but I find IM courses very hit or miss - same thing over and over again. PPC coach teaches and encourages out of the box thinking which really sets it in a league of its own. It does start form the basics but I wouldn't say it's for the absolute newbie. However, if you've already designed a few websites, have access to some decent webdesign software and have already had a dabble in PPC then go get it.

    Cheers,

    Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author DavidMeade
    CLcrax23,

    Originally Posted by CLcrax23 View Post


    Who makes money with PPC? And I'm not talking about spending $100 to make $150...I'm talking about MONEY! Answer - The publishers!
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    yes you can make a whole lot more if you're a publisher but you can also make a fortune as an affiliate.

    I'd happily take $50 return on every $100 spent.
    Originally Posted by CLcrax23 View Post

    The publishers know that they can put together some rehashed junk about buying keywords and typing articles and that the buyers of the ebook or course will go ahead and try what they are teaching (10% of them will anyway). Those 10% that try will be promoting a product as an affiliate. In the courses they teach you to know about your product...What product do these people know about??? THE ONE THEY JUST BOUGHT!
    there are countless products that aren't about 'make money' products and even more products that aren't informational products.

    Originally Posted by CLcrax23 View Post

    If you are paying for the ads, PPC is not the way to go.
    That comment doesn't make any sense. As a publisher you would want to leverage your affiliates and have them promote your product as much as possible but that shouldn't stop a publisher from using ppc themselves. If you're getting a return on your investment then why wouldn't you spend money and scale up your campaigns?

    It sounds like you're saying you can't make money from PPC so you should just let your affiliates spend/burn their money. If that's the case a publisher would want to be making lots of books/products because people aren't going to throw good money after bad if a product isn't converting.

    Dave
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy1750
    Originally Posted by CLcrax23 View Post

    I have no experience with PPC Coach or any PPC courses or books for that matter but unless you are a publisher of your own products, I'd stay away from it all together.

    Who makes money with PPC? And I'm not talking about spending $100 to make $150...I'm talking about MONEY! Answer - The publishers!

    The publishers know that they can put together some rehashed junk about buying keywords and typing articles and that the buyers of the ebook or course will go ahead and try what they are teaching (10% of them will anyway). Those 10% that try will be promoting a product as an affiliate. In the courses they teach you to know about your product...What product do these people know about??? THE ONE THEY JUST BOUGHT!

    You do what you want but if you want my opinion, I'd stay (and I do) FAR away from PPC unless you are publishing your own stuff and your affiliates will be spending the money for the ads. If you are paying for the ads, PPC is not the way to go.
    Main benefit of PPC is the degree to which it is scaleable. Spend $100 to make $150 then scale to spend $10 000 a day and make $5000 a day proft. Can't think of any other methods that are so immensly scaleable so quickly.

    Profits for product sellers are clearly higher per transaction but so is the hastle. Also much more difficult to diversify.

    Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author JOE_MILLIONAIRE
    what i like about ppc coach is their honesty. its arrogant in a way lol but it only means they mean buisness
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    • Profile picture of the author misterwrecker
      Originally Posted by JOE_MILLIONAIRE View Post

      what i like about ppc coach is their honesty. its arrogant in a way lol but it only means they mean buisness


      Please read the forum rules Joe. No affiliate links allowed.
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    I meant to say that I could not recommend it as I have not been a member, but I have tried out a couple of his other coaching programs. Did not mean to say I did not recommend it.
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  • Profile picture of the author smaxor
    All the info available on there is available for free on a few different forums around the net. I suggest finding someone to team up with 2 or 3 people trading ideas and testing stuff. The thing about stuff like ppc coach is that it is an extension of the rest of life, people outlining and telling you what to do like a teacher or a boss. That's the lazy way to learn and always will limit you vs. doing what it takes to figure it out yourself. See you learn sooooo much more if you try 50 things and 1 thing works. Now you've acquired all the knowledge from all those failed attempts and they will serve you later on. All this stuff is about learning and creativitiy both of which come from reading and doing. I suggest not taking the easy path cause then you'll be stuck on it and the real money is down a totally different road.

    Just my 3 cents!
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Green
    Whats better PPC Coach or Affiliate Classroom?
    Also does anyone use Speed PPC?
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    • Profile picture of the author a_perez
      I would definitely check out: Affiliit . com (yeah that's how you spell it)

      They're new but and awesome coaching site so far. There are a ton of great people there. They cover both PPC and free traffic methods.

      I've been a member of PPC Coach. It was good and I learned a lot the first month. However, IMO I think overall Affiliit is the better coaching site.

      Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukinara
    I know a guy who get a course with PPC coach, now he pretty much making thousand
    but, it's not about coaching or not, it's about your own dedication to this business, soon you will find your own winning formula without anyone coaching you
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Yukinara, you are exactly right.

    I would say, do not join any coaching program unless you are prepared to use it and work your arse off.

    I have made this mistake before and will never do it again.

    Live and learn. This old addage also applies to internet marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author janicejan
    I couldn't recommend someone for you sorry, although I believe that PPC is one of the best ways to provide good traffic on your site, specially when it is mixed with different strategies such as SEO and SERM.
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    • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
      Originally Posted by smaxor View Post

      The thing about stuff like ppc coach is that it is an extension of the rest of life, people outlining and telling you what to do like a teacher or a boss. That's the lazy way to learn and always will limit you vs. doing what it takes to figure it out yourself.
      Not quite. While we do tell them what to do, we also encourage them to experiment and try different things. Having someone help along the way is not a bad thing and if you're under the impression that you can be lazy and succeed with my program, you're wrong. The only people who succeed are the ones who work their asses off.

      Originally Posted by a_perez View Post

      I would definitely check out: Affiliit . com (yeah that's how you spell it)

      They're new but and awesome coaching site so far. There are a ton of great people there. They cover both PPC and free traffic methods.

      I've been a member of PPC Coach. It was good and I learned a lot the first month. However, IMO I think overall Affiliit is the better coaching site.

      Hope that helps.
      I take that as a compliment. Two of my ex moderators started that site and there's a lot of ex ppc coach members there too. I've heard it's great for learning seo, but they wouldn't let me in. (I even paid for a subscription!)

      No biggie.


      Originally Posted by redicelander View Post

      I would say, do not join any coaching program unless you are prepared to use it and work your arse off.

      ...

      This old addage also applies to internet marketing.
      That is great advice above. Success is 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration. You can read all you want about how to do things but if you don't take action, you'll never succeed.
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