Re. War Room Membership

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Hey Warriors:

Any suggestions - How to maximize the value of War Room Membership?

Appreciate your responses !!!

Sincerely,
Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author Ged3
    There are two things you can benefit from:

    1: Take advantage of freebies and people's experience - there are some truly great posts there.

    2: Create a good freebie yourself and give it away with a link to your website/affiliate link.

    Hope this helps.
    Ged
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    • Originally Posted by Ged3 View Post

      There are two things you can benefit from:

      1: Take advantage of freebies and people's experience - there are some truly great posts there.

      2: Create a good freebie yourself and give it away with a link to your website/affiliate link.

      Hope this helps.
      Ged
      This is total bull Shi% you can not create a freebie to give a away so that you can spam the members with a link

      If you do create a freebie product you can only have a direct download link with no email captures

      here are some of the rules

      2. All threads will be moderated prior to approval

      All threads in the War Room will be reviewed prior to approval to make sure your offer is suitable for the War Room. All replies in existing threads are not moderated and will appear instantly. Please note that unsuitable content, such as PLR products, will not be accepted.

      3. No forced opt-in posts will be accepted

      Forcing someone to sign up to an email list really isn't the best idea anyway. You want people who "want" to be on your list, not people who were forced to be on there.

      Forcing people to sign up to get something from you really isn't keeping with the spirit of the War Room. Plus, it makes people want to give away junk just to get people on their list.

      Hope this helps

      Jason
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      • Profile picture of the author Ged3
        Originally Posted by Regional Warrior View Post

        This is total bull Shi% you can not create a freebie to give a away so that you can spam the members with a link

        If you do create a freebie product you can only have a direct download link with no email captures

        here are some of the rules

        2. All threads will be moderated prior to approval

        All threads in the War Room will be reviewed prior to approval to make sure your offer is suitable for the War Room. All replies in existing threads are not moderated and will appear instantly. Please note that unsuitable content, such as PLR products, will not be accepted.

        3. No forced opt-in posts will be accepted

        Forcing someone to sign up to an email list really isn't the best idea anyway. You want people who "want" to be on your list, not people who were forced to be on there.

        Forcing people to sign up to get something from you really isn't keeping with the spirit of the War Room. Plus, it makes people want to give away junk just to get people on their list.

        Hope this helps

        Jason


        Jason,
        you are jumping the gun - did I say have a "forced opt-in"
        No I did not - I just said have a link - the same as you have said
        Regards
        Ged
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        • Originally Posted by Ged3 View Post

          Jason,
          you are jumping the gun - did I say have a "forced opt-in"
          No I did not - I just said have a link - the same as you have said
          Regards
          Ged
          No just spam them with an affiliate link

          "2: Create a good freebie yourself and give it away with a link to your website/affiliate link."

          Nuf said
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  • Profile picture of the author Blakers1
    So, it sounds like it would be okay to create a free resource and share it via link or download. Just don't include an opt-in on the page or within the resource. Is that correct? Thinking about signing up myself.
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    • Originally Posted by Blakers1 View Post

      So, it sounds like it would be okay to create a free resource and share it via link or download. Just don't include an opt-in on the page or within the resource. Is that correct? Thinking about signing up myself.
      Mate as long as it is of value and the WR members get something out of it should not be a problem just no PLR if in doubt use the help desk and set up a ticket via the tab up the top
      and asked for the rules

      Jason
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    • Profile picture of the author Cam Connor
      Originally Posted by Blakers1 View Post

      So, it sounds like it would be okay to create a free resource and share it via link or download. Just don't include an opt-in on the page or within the resource. Is that correct? Thinking about signing up myself.
      Yes, just make sure it's unique (not PLR), valuable, and that people don't have to opt-in to anything or do anything to get it other than just hit a download button.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Blakers1 View Post

      So, it sounds like it would be okay to create a free resource and share it via link or download. Just don't include an opt-in on the page or within the resource. Is that correct? Thinking about signing up myself.
      Unless something has changed fairly recently, you can include an optin on the download page, you just can't require people to optin in order to get the offer. Again, I haven't posted an offer in the War Room for a while, so this may have changed.

      For example, let's say you have a collection of 100 marketing graphics/buttons you created yourself that you are giving to members. You post a direct link to your offer's download page in the War Room. On that download page you have a direct link for people to download the 100 graphics, no hassles, no BS.

      However, on that page you can also have an optin form that says something like "Get 50 More Marketing Graphics - Sign up here". People sign up for your email list and you send them the bonus graphics. You can also include offers in the ReadMe, etc., included in the download.

      The key is to make the free, no hassle offer really good so people will comment on your thread, encouraging others to visit your download page. But don't bump the thread yourself, as it may get your thread locked or even deleted.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    I can tell you what I do.

    In the WR, I only post information in threads.

    - No PDFs
    - No Websites.
    - Just written content.

    The value I get is twofold:

    1. Helping out other members.
    2. People learn about me and buy my products.

    The type of closed forums I'm used to are those that contain high-profile information, blocked to the public. They tend not to be locations where you harvest subs, but places where you benefit from shared knowledge.

    Cheers,

    Tom
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  • Profile picture of the author Ged3
    That's hardly spamming with an affiliate link - having a link in a report is classic internet marketing practiced by all the top respected internet marketers - provide something of value and then have an affiliate link at the end of the report.


    Best Regards
    Ged
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