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Just joined this last Monday. First positive ROI in 2016 for advertising so that's good. Just curious if anyone else is using them??
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  • Profile picture of the author Tonyaslist
    Hey,

    I am using this service. The swipes they provide convert surprisingly well with the optins with few customization's needed. Email 2 (Aggressive Advisor Email) is doing the best for me which ironically is the one I thought may not go over as well. Goes to show you don't know until you know
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    • Profile picture of the author affluence.p
      Originally Posted by Tonyaslist View Post

      Hey,

      I am using this service. The swipes they provide convert surprisingly well with the optins with few customization's needed. Email 2 (Aggressive Advisor Email) is doing the best for me which ironically is the one I thought may not go over as well. Goes to show you don't know until you know
      My experience with BMOB shows me that you guys are a bunch of liars. You are probably paid to post these fake reviews all over the place.

      I tested BMOB with two unique landing pages (one was hosted by Getresponse). But yet I got ZERO visits from the crappy leads supplied by BMOB. This would have been excusable if not that the BMOB has a fake analytic program that generates fake stats that are designed to hide the crappy-ness of their leads, and fool you into thinking that their system works. But it's all a bunch non-existent ope/click rates.

      My question was simple:

      If my email campaigns got all these click-throughs, why then are the landing pages not getting any visits from your leads?

      They had no clear answer to that.

      To make matters worse, they forbid all third-party tracking systems.

      In a nutshell, BMOB collects your money, gives you 80 fake email addresses per day, and invents fake stats to justify their fraudulent system each time you send email with it.

      In one word, BMOB is a SCAM. And they actively defraud people with impunity.
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      • Profile picture of the author rritz
        Originally Posted by affluence.p View Post

        My experience with BMOB shows me that you guys are a bunch of liars. You are probably paid to post these fake reviews all over the place.

        I tested BMOB with two unique landing pages (one was hosted by Getresponse). But yet I got ZERO visits from the crappy leads supplied by BMOB. This would have been excusable if not that the BMOB has a fake analytic program that generates fake stats that are designed to hide the crappy-ness of their leads, and fool you into thinking that their system works. But it's all a bunch non-existent ope/click rates.

        My question was simple:

        If my email campaigns got all these click-throughs, why then are the landing pages not getting any visits from your leads?

        They had no clear answer to that.

        To make matters worse, they forbid all third-party tracking systems.

        In a nutshell, BMOB collects your money, gives you 80 fake email addresses per day, and invents fake stats to justify their fraudulent system each time you send email with it.

        In one word, BMOB is a SCAM. And they actively defraud people with impunity.
        Quite right!! My experience is very similar .. I got no visits, and so of course no converions.

        The email addresses are not fake though, because I got a TON of spam complaints when I imported their leads into my own autoresponder (this was just a test to insert my tracking link and see what happens)

        This is a well thought out campaign with tons of fake reviews all over the net and youtube
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  • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
    I’m still holding off on this one. Have to do more research and would like to hear reviews from more established marketers too.
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  • Profile picture of the author 247acheiver
    My wife and I have an ad budget of $1500/mo We have spent far more than this but hold to a $1500 monthly limit because it keeps us on our toes. A year ago we went through all our ad sources with custom tracking lists and ended up canceling out of near 40% of everything we were using due to lack of results. This saved us quite a bit of time because we weren't wasting time on sites that weren't producing. We came to the conclusion that we WILL NOT build our house on sand again and everything we join must pass certain tests before we keep using it and especially keep investing our time in using it.

    Of course the Boost My Online biz sales page sells very well but it left us with some questions.

    Are members really getting 10 leads/day from each of the 8 traffic sources? I can understand the leads from the cheaper traffic sources like traffic exchanges but how can they afford to give every customer 10 leads/day from Adwords and FaceBook? It costs my wife and I nearly $6 for each lead we generate from Adwords and $4 for each facebook lead.

    What we decided to do to test the origins of the leads by simply asking them where they came in from. Not a 100% accurate test, but about as close as you are going to get. After we had over 1k leads in our account we sent out a message with a survey link in it asking the leads to click one of the 8 traffic sources they opted in from. We also included a "I can't remember" option as you all know, people sometimes join so many programs and lists, it's easy to forget how they came in to 1 specific list. The results:

    Out of the 1000 leads mailed, after 1 week we got 712 surveys back.

    Each of the 8 traffic sources in the survey got roughly 10-14% of the votes with "I can't remember" about 3%. I especially liked that 13% of the votes were for Facebook and 12% were for Google Adwords. If the leads were not coming from the traffic sources claimed, we would have seen very imbalanced figures in the survey. We took it one step further by isolating just the FB and Adwords leads and mailing them a 2nd survey asking them whether or not they came in from a sponsored ad or not. 78% of the people that filled out the 2nd survey that were just from FB and Adwords claimed they came in from sponsored ads. This leads us to believe that BMOB is spending a substantial amount of ad funds on paid advertising. How they afford to do this baffles me, but is really not my concern. My concern was to validate the legitimacy of the traffic sources claimed, and BMOB passed with flying colors.

    2. We were concerned with the country of origin for the leads. My wife and I are involved with 2 large MLM's that only accept USA residents as business builders. If 50% of the leads were non-US that would be we would only benefit from 50% of the service.

    When looking at your leads you do get the ip address, but not the mailing address to easily determine the country of origin. What I had to do was download all of my leads and have my programmer create me a geolocation sorting script based on ip address. Once the script was finished running, it simply added another column of data on the lead spreadsheet. I could then sort the data by country, removing all non-US leads. Of of the 1000 leads tested, We found 93% US with only 7% consisting of leads from Canada, Australia, the UK and Europe. These results pleased us and we see no good reason to try and filter out the 7% non-US. We would rather continue to mail them even though they cannot join our offers due to their location. If there were 25%+ non-US I would consider a different course of action which would involve continuing to filter, sort and delete non-US leads.
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    • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
      Originally Posted by 247acheiver View Post

      My wife and I have an ad budget of $1500/mo We have spent far more than this but hold to a $1500 monthly limit because it keeps us on our toes. A year ago we went through all our ad sources with custom tracking lists and ended up canceling out of near 40% of everything we were using due to lack of results. This saved us quite a bit of time because we weren't wasting time on sites that weren't producing. We came to the conclusion that we WILL NOT build our house on sand again and everything we join must pass certain tests before we keep using it and especially keep investing our time in using it.

      Of course the Boost My Online biz sales page sells very well but it left us with some questions.

      Are members really getting 10 leads/day from each of the 8 traffic sources? I can understand the leads from the cheaper traffic sources like traffic exchanges but how can they afford to give every customer 10 leads/day from Adwords and FaceBook? It costs my wife and I nearly $6 for each lead we generate from Adwords and $4 for each facebook lead.

      What we decided to do to test the origins of the leads by simply asking them where they came in from. Not a 100% accurate test, but about as close as you are going to get. After we had over 1k leads in our account we sent out a message with a survey link in it asking the leads to click one of the 8 traffic sources they opted in from. We also included a "I can't remember" option as you all know, people sometimes join so many programs and lists, it's easy to forget how they came in to 1 specific list. The results:

      Out of the 1000 leads mailed, after 1 week we got 712 surveys back.

      Each of the 8 traffic sources in the survey got roughly 10-14% of the votes with "I can't remember" about 3%. I especially liked that 13% of the votes were for Facebook and 12% were for Google Adwords. If the leads were not coming from the traffic sources claimed, we would have seen very imbalanced figures in the survey. We took it one step further by isolating just the FB and Adwords leads and mailing them a 2nd survey asking them whether or not they came in from a sponsored ad or not. 78% of the people that filled out the 2nd survey that were just from FB and Adwords claimed they came in from sponsored ads. This leads us to believe that BMOB is spending a substantial amount of ad funds on paid advertising. How they afford to do this baffles me, but is really not my concern. My concern was to validate the legitimacy of the traffic sources claimed, and BMOB passed with flying colors.

      2. We were concerned with the country of origin for the leads. My wife and I are involved with 2 large MLM's that only accept USA residents as business builders. If 50% of the leads were non-US that would be we would only benefit from 50% of the service.

      When looking at your leads you do get the ip address, but not the mailing address to easily determine the country of origin. What I had to do was download all of my leads and have my programmer create me a geolocation sorting script based on ip address. Once the script was finished running, it simply added another column of data on the lead spreadsheet. I could then sort the data by country, removing all non-US leads. Of of the 1000 leads tested, We found 93% US with only 7% consisting of leads from Canada, Australia, the UK and Europe. These results pleased us and we see no good reason to try and filter out the 7% non-US. We would rather continue to mail them even though they cannot join our offers due to their location. If there were 25%+ non-US I would consider a different course of action which would involve continuing to filter, sort and delete non-US leads.
      Thank you 247acheiver for your indepth review. Please keep us updated on how things progress.

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    • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
      Originally Posted by 247acheiver View Post

      Of of the 1000 leads tested, We found 93% US with only 7% consisting of leads from Canada, Australia, the UK and Europe.
      That's really good to know, thank you for testing. They don't have a breakdown in the FAQ of where the leads are from on their site but I had a feeling they were mostly US. I do get occasional buyers from Canada but not as much lately due to the poor CDN to USD exchange rate. I think I'll join and see how it goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author gdi4life
    I noticed the "send email" button hangs in Internet Explorer. Anyone else notice this? The preview button works fine. Firefox and Chrome I don't see this issue so I'm forced to use them in the meantime until this is resolved.

    BMOB support assures me they are investigating but can't seem to replicate it on their ends. I'm going to try upgrading IE and toggling my firewall settings to see if that fixes it. Hate switching between browsers and I'm seeing a good response from my leads so don't want to skip even 1 mailing
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  • Profile picture of the author shaffadell
    Did you hear back from support? I have no issues in IE but the sent button has not been appearing in Safari on my iphone or my MacBook Pro. I reported this to support a couple days ago and they have stated the issue has been resolved. Maybe a related issue to what you were experiencing?
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  • Profile picture of the author gdi4life
    Upgrading my Internet Explorer actually solved the problem. Looks like I was running a really old version and an update was needed. I only use Safari on my phone but have never had the need to mail my leads while away from my computer, but good to know for the future!
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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    I keep trying to signup for this to test it out but it won't take my credit card or two debit cards and no paypal option?? emailing support for it. hope to test it out and leave a review soon.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dennisr32
      Where you ever able to sign up?
      I haven't been able to and support hasn't helped
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    • Profile picture of the author Dennisr32
      Originally Posted by jasonthewebmaster View Post

      I keep trying to signup for this to test it out but it won't take my credit card or two debit cards and no paypal option?? emailing support for it. hope to test it out and leave a review soon.
      Where you ever able to sign up?
      I haven't been able to and support hasn't helped
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      • Profile picture of the author leesclub
        The same thing has just happen to me. It wouldn't take a CC that I never have trouble with. I wrote support and they said they check and system is working find. They said wait or use another CC.

        If system is working fine why would I have to wait. I did try another CC and different browsers and no dice.

        This is first for me. All programs no matter how bad they are make sure the payment button is working correctly...lol

        I guess they don't need anymore money so they close the doors?
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  • Profile picture of the author TBosch
    These kind of programs usually don't work but this one has been quite different. It's paid for itself so far so it's not like I'm out any money. I'm also building a pretty nice list for an upcoming launch I'm doing around Valentine's Day. I'm anticipating these optins going forward will respond very well. My last mailing had 15% opens which is about what I get from my other high quality leads, these are just alot cheaper, and if that keeps I'm happy.
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  • Profile picture of the author billybala
    Just on-board for 2 days and the click thru rate is around 10%, but no signup yet.
    Will wait and see the results after two weeks
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  • Profile picture of the author ollarbank
    Just bought into BMOB last week and am currently testing the leads for.... open and click through rates. The true test is do they optin.... and better still do they ... BUY.

    I spend thousands of $$$ on paid traffic each month and know what a genuine quality lead costs. So seeing the value of the BMOB offer suprized me.

    I like to research any offer before I buy... and find the forum is a great sounding board.

    I have yet to find a negative comment or review on Google. I realize that with an affiliate program running there will always be resellers praising this program... but it's a very long time since I found any program with no complaints.

    I challenge any Warriors reading this to find me a bad report.

    I'll be back to update this post in a week or so.
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  • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
    I had somewhat of an issue when I joined. After filling out all the required info on the order page, double checking everything for errors, I clicked the submit button and the page just kept loading for approx 4 minutes, after which I closed the tab in firefox and loaded the sales page again. Same thing happened again. Refreshing the order page while its loading didn't work and just kept loading.

    Great news is that I tried after a few days later and had no problems. Not sure if the issue was on my end or what but there did seem to be a hiccup. I have told support about my problem and they said they are looking into it. Definitely didn't want to pass on this one.
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    • Profile picture of the author leesclub
      I still can't get it to take my CC. I would fire my merchant account. This would be unacceptable to me. The support team seems strangely unconcern.

      They tell me they check and everything is fine. I sent a reply that there is nothing wrong with my card, but never replied.

      I personally see some red flags here. Maybe blessing in disguise I can't paid to sign up. I've been a seller and I would bend over backward to get it right if potential customers were trying to paid and not having any luck. I would fire my support team as well as change merchant accounts.
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  • Profile picture of the author ollarbank
    I joined at my first attempt...... and had my first 80 leads in my back office within minutes. They are (fresh) date stamped with names... email addresses... IP address etc.

    I then received an email from them stating that their CC payment gateway has rejected and returned my payment... I'm in the UK. They say this happens sometimes... so I have sent a ticket to support for guidance.

    This seems to be a similar problem to... "Jayson Webmaster's" message above. It's frustrating that they don't have a Paypal option.

    The good news is... if they were scammers.... they wouldn't have returned my payment to my credit card

    Everyone should read 247acheiver's comments...it's valuable information and seems to be all good news.

    He confirms that the BMOB leads are real people with real email addresses... the BMOB mailer is delivering to inboxes... leads are opening his emails... clicking and reading them... and responding to his surveys.In these days of battling to find and quality buyer leads... while avoiding all the Bot traffic out there and getting past Gmail... Yahoo... and Hotmail filters... this program could be the Holy Grail.

    My one concern is the price point is sooooo very cheap.... I remain cautious... but very positive.
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  • Profile picture of the author 247acheiver
    I have just completed another test on BMOB leads/traffic. As many of you probably already know, clicks are not necessarily always real visits. What I'm most concerned with is "how long" the people are on my page and how they interact with my pages/content. This helps determine their interest level, one layer deeper than just tracking optins/sales.

    I programmed a script that tracks how long each visitor is on each page of my site during the visit and which links they click.

    I have found the average BMOB visitor stays on my main page for roughly 3-4.5 minutes which is quite impressive as compared to incentive based visits (ie. earn credits for viewing pages) that usually only stay the min required time to earn their incentive (ie. 10 seconds, 20 seconds etc)
    I also noticed the average BMOB visitor's depth of clicking deeper into my site is substantially higher at 3-4 clicks deep as compared to 0-1 on incentive based visitors.

    This further proves the BMOB leads are sincerely interested in aggressively attempting to make money online vs. passive tire-kicking interest. It appears BMOB is doing a very nice job screening the leads and they have a finely tuned system.
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    • Profile picture of the author TBosch
      Originally Posted by 247acheiver View Post

      I have found the average BMOB visitor stays on my main page for roughly 3-4.5 minutes which is quite impressive as compared to incentive based visits (ie. earn credits for viewing pages) that usually only stay the min required time to earn their incentive (ie. 10 seconds, 20 seconds etc) I also noticed the average BMOB visitor's depth of clicking deeper into my site is substantially higher at 3-4 clicks deep as compared to 0-1 on incentive based visitors.
      That totally makes sense Every Time I'm low on credits in my safelists, I usually just click on each link for the bare min time for the counter to hit 0. On top of that I usually click ctrl + click to open as many tabs in Firefox as possible so I'm really even seeing more than 1 page at a time even though I'm visiting 10 of them for 15 seconds each.

      Very interesting to see how much longer these leads stay on the page. They are certainly a higher caliber or website visitors. Boost My Online Biz tops my list of ad sites for results, and I'm happy to see someone diligent enough to show what makes them different.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaffadell
    I appreciate the lack of contact limits within their email system since I am currently using GetResponse, Aweber as well as MailChimp and don't really want to pay for another or further increase my AR's monthly fees by exporting & importing a bunch of new optins.

    I just joined Nick Chou's new EZTM 2.0 which I'm promoting to my BMOB optins and most of the sales I've got have been taking the 1st upsell.. Hoping for a $250 2nd upsell commission in soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author 64wegrow
    These optins are responding very well to binary options offers. I've been getting around 6-12 downloads to my centument app every couple of days. Was quite surprised since its not your traditional WAH offer you'd expect to convert with this type of biz seeker lead. Goes to show, its worth testing. Just a tip if you're hesitating. I've found a nice combination using both.
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  • Profile picture of the author gdi4life
    You wouldn't think promoting an advertising source directly to opportunity seekers would work but it is for me. I have been mailing my BMOB optins ads targeting leadsleap 2.0 every 2nd day during the first 2 weeks of the beta testing and then I switched to daily mailings targeting LL2 during the 2 week of prelaunch. Interesting results. Since my BMOB leads were going up by 80 per day I had far more BMOB optins to mail during the prelaunch so obviously a higher CTR due to sheer volume. But what really impressed me was how conversions increased during prelaunch vs. beta testing. I guess people move quick when the hear the word "pre-launch" Overall a very profitable move if you're looking for a program to pitch your BMOB leads.

    Sorry if this all sounds confusing. To sum it up leadsleap 2.0 is a fantastic program to target when mailing your BMOB optins.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaffadell
    Well I did end up getting a $248.50 upsell commission. 50% cut of $497 in Nick Chou's EZTM 2.0 but I'll have to give it time to be sure it doesn't get refunded. I have a bad taste in my mouth from promoting a different WarriorPlus product (not to mention names) and a $200 upsell got refunded directly via paypal. The dude didn't even bother to contact the vendor or warriorplus first like the policy goes. .

    So a $497 sale for a digital product in my opinion is a bit high risk or being refunded, especially when they can go cry to paypal if they want out.. but if he's happy with EZTM I'm happy and we'll stick with promoting this to my leads.
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  • Profile picture of the author seogurus
    I read the entire sales page word for word a few times before signing up and Morgan’s story sure hits home. Nice to see someone rise up from a big struggle. Ultimately it's such an easy thing to fit into my list of advertising tasks and it produces results in a plug n’ play fashion.

    The ad bonus guy has been doing daily videos on Zukul for 2 months and I’m really thinking about joining it and promoting it to my BMOB leads. It’s funny how it works. Repetition is really key when marketing to the same people. I usually don’t even open emails until I see a new business name a few times and it peaks my curiosity.
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  • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
    Does anyone have experience promoting the 4 Corners Alliance Group to these leads? Either directly or through a team build. I used to be quite active in 4CAG but I ran out of warm market to promote it to.
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    • Profile picture of the author StevenCash
      Originally Posted by chessmasterr View Post

      Does anyone have experience promoting the 4 Corners Alliance Group to these leads? Either directly or through a team build. I used to be quite active in 4CAG but I ran out of warm market to promote it to.
      Are you on Melinda Wood's team in 4 corners? Your username looks familiar. I joined 4 corners about a week before joining Boost and the 2 are a nice match. Besides a good friend and 2 family members, most of all my 4 corners signups have come from my Boost leads. $18 is in a nice entry level for anyone to get started and the offer does most of the selling for me. I have 3 people on my 4th level already and of all my programs this one has been doing the best as of late.
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      • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
        Originally Posted by StevenCash View Post

        Are you on Melinda Wood's team in 4 corners? Your username looks familiar. I joined 4 corners about a week before joining Boost and the 2 are a nice match. Besides a good friend and 2 family members, most of all my 4 corners signups have come from my Boost leads. $18 is in a nice entry level for anyone to get started and the offer does most of the selling for me. I have 3 people on my 4th level already and of all my programs this one has been doing the best as of late.
        No sorry must be someone else. Hmmm, upon your good results I think I'll try advertising 4 Corners Alliance to my leads.

        Here is the email swipe that I think I'll send to my Boost My Online Biz leads first and will assess results:


        Title: Spend $18.00 One Time & Collect Forever!!

        Hi {FIRSTNAME},

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        online wealth creation.

        Can YOU Believe Just A One-Time $18.00 DOLLAR Fee, Never Another
        Penny Out Of YOUR Pocket!

        Our vision is to help affiliate marketers, and entrepreneurs
        have massive financial breakthroughs and create a permanent
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        Four Corners offers a streamlined business build through:

        This is not a hyip, or cycler..Its a real program with real
        products, with only a one time $18.00 cost, that self funds into the
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        plan to get you to Financial Freedom in just 6 to 12 weeks
        starting with just $18.00!

        Why this program has been so successful:

        1. Low entry point, only $18.00, Affordable for anyone

        2. It is a one-time payment, no further out of pocket expenses.

        3. It self funds into higher commissions, by using your
        commissions automatically to buy the next product level. This
        gets you into bigger commissions without you having to spend any
        more money out of your pocket.

        4. Excellent Financial literacy products.

        5. A genius lucrative compensation plan, that actually works.
        Four Corners Alliance was launched in March of 2013.

        By joining Four Corners Alliance Group, you have the unique
        opportunity to get involved with some of the most popular
        (and successful) internet marketers on the planet!

        JOIN TODAY! Just click the link below to learn more now!

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        To Your Success!!
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficFlow
    While the reviews of the product I have read all appear to be good, I am wondering if it will work for someone who is not promoting a home business or a MLM product, but promoting say JVZOO products or wordpress plugins or wordpress services?

    Any thoughts?
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    • Profile picture of the author seogurus
      Originally Posted by TrafficFlow View Post

      While the reviews of the product I have read all appear to be good, I am wondering if it will work for someone who is not promoting a home business or a MLM product, but promoting say JVZOO products or wordpress plugins or wordpress services?

      Any thoughts?
      I'm not in a traditional mlm or business opportunity so I had my doubts about these leads. I asked support what genre they are in and I was told "general opportunity seekers" which lead me to believe the leads are completely new and want to join a primary business. This was a problem, as I usually only promote tools for existing marketers to use. To my surprise, there are more than a few mid-level experience marketers that are given to us as leads.

      I come to this conclusion based on my high conversion ratios while promoting wp-freshstart 3.0 (which automates the creation of new WP blogs) as well as PageFlame (that automates the creation of FB pages) These are not tools a complete beginner would need quite yet, but they have been selling extremely well none the less. WPFS3 is $20 and PageFlame. Today I just sold my 4th PageFlame account to one of my leads, and after chatting with the fellow it so happens he's been blogging for the last 3 years. I hope this helps anyone that is curious if they are all complete beginners or if there are some intermediate marketers in the leads we get.
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      • Profile picture of the author 64wegrow
        Originally Posted by seogurus View Post

        I come to this conclusion based on my high conversion ratios while promoting wp-freshstart 3.0 (which automates the creation of new WP blogs) as well as PageFlame (that automates the creation of FB pages) These are not tools a complete beginner would need quite yet, but they have been selling extremely well none the less. WPFS3 is $20 and PageFlame. Today I just sold my 4th PageFlame account to one of my leads, and after chatting with the fellow it so happens he's been blogging for the last 3 years. I hope this helps anyone that is curious if they are all complete beginners or if there are some intermediate marketers in the leads we get.
        I read a review on IM Report Card for PageFlame just the other day. Looks interesting. Question: What does the affiliate program pay? Also, did you use one of Boost's swipes or did PageFlame give you copy to use in your email campaigns?
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  • Profile picture of the author TBosch
    I don't see why those wouldn't work? I've promoted several WSOs, a clickbank product (surveys), BeOnPush, BMOB & Project Breakthrough. So far, BMOB has exceeded my expectations. In just these 10 mailings I've made more sales than I ever have in credit-based-emailers and traffic-exchanges.

    Date Perfect Timing? Subject Line Sent # Opened # Open Rate % Clicks # Clicks->Open % Clicks->Sent %
    03/04/2016 On Earn Real Money Online in 14 D... 1840 221 12.01% 35 15.84% 1.90%
    02/29/2016 On Must Read! Most Important Emai... 1440 210 14.58% 30 14.29% 2.08%
    02/26/2016 On Just got my check for $500 1280 146 11.41% 21 14.38% 1.64%
    02/21/2016 Off Looking To Grow A Massive Emai... 1040 142 13.65% 19 13.38% 1.83%
    02/17/2016 On How Is This 1 "Weird Trick" Ma... 640 124 19.38% 20 16.13% 3.13%
    02/16/2016 On Looking To Grow A Massive Emai... 480 68 14.17% 14 20.59% 2.92%
    02/14/2016 Off 9 Reasons to ALWAYS Eat Coconu... 320 42 13.13% 6 14.29% 1.88%
    02/13/2016 On [Active] How Is This 1 "Weird ... 240 49 20.42% 9 18.37% 3.75%
    02/02/2016 On {FIRSTNAME}, Can Making Money ... 160 29 18.13% 5 17.24% 3.13%
    02/01/2016 On How Is This 1 "Weird Trick" Ma... 80 37 46% 15 40.54% 18.75%
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  • Profile picture of the author rritz
    I joined a week ago - open rates are pretty decent at about 27%. Click rates are going down steadily though, from 49% in the first mailing to 10 % in the seventh.

    Or that's what the stats SAY. You cannot use tracking links in your mails, so you have to work around for making sure the stats are correct. I only just implemented this.

    I also imported the leads into mailchimp just to try and see what would happen. I got 10% hard bounces, that got cleared off the list at once. Another 10% soft bounces, 1% complaints and a few unsubscribes.

    Open and click rates were below anything you'd want to know. From inside BMOB you can send once in 24 hours. So I'd really like to know how these reviewers here sent two mails a day without losing their autoresponder account because of complaints .... I'll try it a bit longer, doesn't seem to be really working out though
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  • Profile picture of the author gdi4life
    I wouldn't dare email leads I hadn't personally acquired myself through my own optin pages. BMOB acquired the leads through "their" optin pages so I have no issues using "their" mailer to contact the leads and I get a great response doing so. But the thought of downloading hundreds if not thousands of leads in excel and importing them to my 6 year old GetResponse account makes me extremely nervous, no matter who I got the leads from. The only leads I mail myself are ones I acquire myself.

    I do however mail my BMOB leads GetResponse capture pages through the BMOB mailer, and then mail the leads that optin to the capture page through GetResponse because I had then personally acquired them myself. Push the leads into your own autoresponder by getting them to optin, not just by importing their data is the best idea.

    Personal double-optin is ideal, but not necessary in my opinion. Single optin absolutely.
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    • Profile picture of the author rritz
      Originally Posted by gdi4life View Post

      I wouldn't dare email leads I hadn't personally acquired myself through my own optin pages. BMOB acquired the leads through "their" optin pages so I have no issues using "their" mailer to contact the leads and I get a great response doing so. But the thought of downloading hundreds if not thousands of leads in excel and importing them to my 6 year old GetResponse account makes me extremely nervous, no matter who I got the leads from. The only leads I mail myself are ones I acquire myself.

      I do however mail my BMOB leads GetResponse capture pages through the BMOB mailer, and then mail the leads that optin to the capture page through GetResponse because I had then personally acquired them myself. Push the leads into your own autoresponder by getting them to optin, not just by importing their data is the best idea.

      Personal double-optin is ideal, but not necessary in my opinion. Single optin absolutely.
      Yes, definitely ! I only just tried this once, with a list of 480 subs. I was curious you know.
      And I had read the reviews of some up there who said they mailed twice a day, so I wondered how they did it. I was sending prospects to my own opt in form as well, but I didn't get any opt ins at all.

      In fact I contacted their support to ask about the stats, and that my own stats didn't show any clicks at all ... and I was immediately refunded and locked out of the system ...
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  • Profile picture of the author Tonyaslist
    One of my BMOB leads is currently involved with Scentsy (the fragrant wax mlm) and before I got her started using BMOB leads herself she just finished spending $200 for a custom decal on the back of her SUV with her affiliate URL and phone number. Sorry to say she has yet to get a call from that investment but on the other hand, she's build a new leg quite a few levels deep from just using BMOB leads. She's a beginner and her new leg has really appreciated the turn-key framework of BMOB (ie. the full tracking stats and integrated mailer) She sent me some free samples of the wax and I may get involved myself, now that I know it's possible to build just from BMOB leads.

    Over the weekend I used both of my mailings to promote a free Internet Marketing report for beginners and got 44 downloads. Things are going great at the moment and I'm quite pleased.
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  • Profile picture of the author gdi4life
    hi 247acheiver. In your last test did you by chance track the browsers that the visitors were using? I'm working on a new capture page and although it loads properly in Firefox, its formatting is really off in IE and Chrome. I was just curious if you had any info on which browser people are using, because if its say 90% firefox I may not worry too much about this formatting hiccup.
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    • Profile picture of the author 247acheiver
      Originally Posted by gdi4life View Post

      hi 247acheiver. In your last test did you by chance track the browsers that the visitors were using? I'm working on a new capture page and although it loads properly in Firefox, its formatting is really off in IE and Chrome. I was just curious if you had any info on which browser people are using, because if its say 90% firefox I may not worry too much about this formatting hiccup.
      Yes I did. Chrome surprisingly surpasses Firefox by nearly 40% Not surprising considering Chrome is Google owned. I would recommend optimizing your site for Chrome, FF, IE and Safari. I wouldn't worry about Opera and the other smaller browsers.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaffadell
    My account was put on hold and money returned last week while BMOB's programmers did some routine maintenance. It was very kind of them to give those funds back even though they didn't have to. Near the end of March here I've heard from quite a few members about similar account maintenance and the word going around is there are some pretty amazing improvements in store for April.

    I couldn't be more excited
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  • Profile picture of the author webproishere
    1) Now why the heck you cannot use tracking links in the messages sent?
    2) No Paypal...
    3) Problems paying with a credit card (same as organic prospects and all of the same crap flying around)
    4) Refer someone and double up your optins (same crap than organic prospects and alike)
    5) Full of fake reviews everywhere! Brand new sites/blogs/ and even forums created just to promote the site
    6) All of them ranking on the first pages of SEOs'
    7) Great reviews in here from people with 30 posts or less with accounts created a couple of months ago.

    It's the same patern SAME patern all over again.

    Damn well prepared if you ask me!

    Let's just say that the web is a dangerous place LOL!
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  • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
    I have been sending the above Four Corners Alliance Group swipe file for two weeks and I believe it achieved its purpose. In the previous two weeks I have enrolled 9 new 4CAG members at the intro $18.00 level. The interesting thing to note is that 7 of those upgrades occurred within week one while the remaining 2 were during week two. What I take from that is that I need to inject a fresh swipe file into the mix. I guess I shouldn't be too surprised when I hammer the same swipe daily for two weeks straight.

    If anyone is interested in the new 4 Corners swipe email I am going to try, feel free to pm me as I don't fee like posting another long email here.
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  • Profile picture of the author tomtommarketing
    I logged into the back office of the Boost My Online Biz system at 8:16am yesterday and discovered another 80 leads came in overnight while I was sleeping and, better, two new people joined my 3x9 millionaire machine team... so I fire off a quick "welcome" email with instructions how to best get started.

    At 9:45am my phone started to ring and before the day was over I had connected with six hot prospects.

    Two are ready to join but just wanted to touch base.

    One signed up on the spot under me in Medicus Global, and the others... well, we'll see. (I linked to 3 programs in my email)

    What I like about BMOB is the leads respond even better when I make it a point NOT TO SELL my offers too aggressively.
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  • Profile picture of the author TBosch
    I've stumbled onto a great program that BMOB leads are jumping into at high rates. It's Carl Goodnights "Your Web Base" The game has not been released yet but when it gets released, there will be millions around the world playing for free and will be able to win cash and prizes.

    Advertising on the YWB site is now 7.99 per month for unlimited exposure, but today, the price will jump to 29.99 for the same thing. Those who are grandfathered in will stay at the 7.99 price. I believe there are about 18 ad spots left. I used yesterday's BMOB mailing for YWB and within an hour I had nearly a dozen replies from interested leads. I worked ½ of them yesterday but still have quite a few emails to respond back to. I spent about an hour working on a swipe for YWB and its working like magic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennisr32
    I tried to sign up with two different credit cards. Neither worked. Looks a lot like Organic Prospects. Couldn't sign up with them either.
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  • Profile picture of the author StevenCash
    Just last week I joined GoldenGloveMailer for $107. It's a dimesale so my hesitation cost me a bit as people were getting in for under $100 at first. I also joined List Impact for $77 lifetime. I used $200 of my profits made from my BMOB lead conversions to pay for these so I sure hope I get can some sales from them as well. Safelists seem like a long term investment which is why I prefer the lifetime memberships over the yearly memberships.
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  • Profile picture of the author 247acheiver
    I was on a webinar with Morgan Hall (Owner of BMOB) last night and she had some exciting news to share. She said the ad co-op is growing faster than expected and she's planning on increasing the daily leads from 80 to 100+ for all members. I am ecstatic about this as it pretty much will mean my results will boost up 20%. Since I first joined my results scale up as my leads grow and I've always wanted a 2nd account (against TOS rules) So this 20% boost of leads will be literally money in my pocket.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaffadell
    I caught the last 20 minutes of the call so I must have missed that part. Very exciting news about the leads going up. Out of the 5 referrals I have in BMOB, 4 of them have asked me if they plan on increasing the lead volume. Was there any ETA mentioned?
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  • Profile picture of the author tomtommarketing
    I still am unable to successfully enroll one particular person in BMOB. He tried over the span of a week to join but the order simply would not go through. After calling his bank it looks like he was put on restriction for charging back over $500 in Click bank purchases, claiming he didn’t order them. (I have a good feeling he isn’t being completely honest about not making these purchases)
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    • Profile picture of the author StevenCash
      Originally Posted by tomtommarketing View Post

      I still am unable to successfully enroll one particular person in BMOB. He tried over the span of a week to join but the order simply would not go through. After calling his bank it looks like he was put on restriction for charging back over $500 in Click bank purchases, claiming he didn't order them. (I have a good feeling he isn't being completely honest about not making these purchases)
      My wife is quite the shopaholic and just bought a Prada purse online after we just had a talk about cutting expenses. I had to call our bank and have them restrict online purchases on the Visa without telling her about it. Over the next month she must have attempted over 100 purchases which all declined. Eventually I came clean and to say the least, she wasn't too happy with me.

      We did work it out and she seems to be seeing the light now Honestly, our retirement was at stake due to the excess spending and restricting her card via the bank was the best decision I have ever made.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaffadell
    My last BMOB referral took quite a few attempts on a couple different cards but their order did eventually go through thankfully. Support was fantastic in helping us trouble shoot the issue and it just so happens the issue was on my signups end lol (entering the wrong exp. year)
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  • Profile picture of the author 247acheiver
    I have been using my Boost leads as one of my marketing sources for AdPlotter's new 800 Smart Ad System with some pretty sweet results. The swipe I am using in Boost pushes the leads to call or text my 800 # for more info on the biz I am promoting. The leads that call automatically get a SMS message from me with a click-to-call link and a link to a my affiliate page w/ sales video.

    So far Bmob has generated me 150 calls in Powur and 56 in Paycation. A couple years ago I was using Grasshopper to rent a 800 # and tried to set something like this up myself, but fell short in the marketing and automation department. BMOB + Ad Plotter have helped this 800 # lead gen concept come full circle for me and my team.
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  • Profile picture of the author pam2011
    I just joined and this looks really good. What i am not too sure about is what niche are the leads you are given interested in?
    It says it works for any business, but how is this possible when i am given 80 leads without anyone knowing what niche i belong to?

    Any thoughts or answers would be appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author seogurus
    One of my marketing friends and I were talking about promoting web hosting affiliate links to these leads. Since most seem to be relatively new to the industry, you would assume they would need hosting, or at least a domain name for re-direction or email forwarding. We are trying to decide between reseller hosting services as a private label (under our own name) or promoting affiliate links to hosting companies directly.

    The return will be higher with private labeling but so will the work. We may just test the waters with something like hostgators affiliate links to see if we get any bites before proceeding. We need a reliable host to recommend to our BMOB leads to insure they continue with them and we continue getting the commissions.
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  • Profile picture of the author pam2011
    Okay, within 3 days of joining BMOB have just refunded my transaction for no reason and closed access to my account! They say there have been a large number of fraudulent transactions in the U.K and so without any enquiries or asking me a single thing, they cancelled my account! This is unbelieveable.

    I was quite happy with this site when i first joined, but not now. Personally, i think this is a new site that is offering a too good to be true offer and is now in over its head.
    I have emailed support for an explanation and will update on this forum if i am given one.

    I will also let you know if i am given this refund.
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  • Profile picture of the author ahweiner
    If I have no list, no autoresponder, no squeeze pages and most importantly NO PARTICULAR AFFILIATE RELATIONSHIPS, can I join BMOB and easily learn how to ramp up on all of this stuff fairly seamlessly? I see in here most of you are promoting offers OUTSIDE of BMOB with pretty good results...but I was wondering what your thoughts would be for a complete newbie like myself (based in the U.S.)??? Affiliate offers vs. MLM, etc.?
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  • Profile picture of the author gdi4life
    I think there are a lot of things to keep in mind when you start using a program like BMOB. Don't get me wrong, these leads are good.. in fact they are great if not the best leads I've every bought.. but keep in mind the program you promote is proportionate to how much you make in profit.

    I was giving a newbie a hand the other day with BMOB because he said he wasn't getting the results he wanted. I asked to see the link he was promoting and it was a blogspot blog with horrible English and not a single link was clickable on the page and there was absolutely no name, picture or contact info (email/phone).

    Now is BMOB to blame for his lack of results? No. The leads are great but you have to do your part and bring a quality offer to the table. Doesn't have to be the best one out here but should be average to above average so see some impressive conversions. I helped this guy re-write some of his blog posts, fix his hyperlinks and add a bio to his page and now he seems to love the service as he's getting lots of emails with questions and even a few sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author tomtommarketing
    In the 90's I was the 26 income earner with New Vision. I built it with a tape mailing system. The tape was Dead Doctors Don't Lie. I made a lot of money with that system. I'm making nearly as much now full time with affiliate marketing and BMOB is in my top #3 converting ad sites. Possibly top #2.

    For free mailing analytics, BMOB's system is pretty good and I've found little variation when comparing their stats against Aweber, Getresponse and Mailchimp for the email ad copy (roughly 5% variation up or down) For a built in tracker its more than adequate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
    Something is really fishy in here. I've never seen so many overwhelming popular reviews for a traffic product on the WF.

    To contrast these overwhelmingly positive reviews, here is one guy also with zero clicks.

    BoostMyOnlineBiz.com Review- Boost is a Bust - Internet Scams Exposed & Real Online Careers
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  • Profile picture of the author Gifted Jay
    I'm still holding off on this one. Have to do more research and would like to hear reviews from more established marketers too.
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    • Profile picture of the author chyan007
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      Originally Posted by Gifted Jay View Post

      I’m still holding off on this one. Have to do more research and would like to hear reviews from more established marketers too.
      I guess you r doing the right thing

      If you see any senior warrior's comment praising the system

      Let us know unfortunately you will not find any

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  • Profile picture of the author pam2011
    If something seems to good to be true, it probably is. Worst customer support ever. No contact info and no responses to support tickets. Stick with getting leads and traffic the old fashioned way. These fly by night operations will only leave you out of pocket.
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  • Profile picture of the author 64wegrow
    I've been experimenting with a few ideas this past month and basically just trying to scale things now. Filtering the leads based on the level of financial commitment they are willing to make.

    I filter leads into 5 different categories, and have corresponding offers to present to them based on these financial commitment levels:

    0-$25
    $25-50
    $50-100
    $100-$250
    $250+

    I have written 5 different email ads, targeting each price range and I push my leads to opt into 1 of 5 lists I created for each price point. Once they are on the appropriate list (after being pre-qualified from my first email) I send them ads for the offers that is in the price range of the list they opted into.

    So basically I mail my BMOB leads everyday, switching up the initial email ad to sort them into 5 different lists that correspond to 5 different investment commitment price levels. I then work them knowing they are ready to invest at that level.

    So today I sent out an ad to all my leads pushing them to my $50-$100 list. 12 of my leads joined this list so far, got an autoresponder message that includes my phone number. (I only include my phone number on the ads for products $50-$250+ to keep my phone time down) I've spoken with 3 of them so far and confirmed they were willing to invest $50-$100 to get started working online, and I pushed them to the appropriate offer that falls into that price range..2 of them have joined the program already.

    Sorry if it sounds a bit confusing, basically I'm just sorting my leads based on how much they want to spend and once I get on the phone with them there are no surprises and definitely no tire kickers. Those guys have been weeded out. I also don't get on the phone phone with a $100-$250 commitment level lead to find out he only has $50. Once I talk to these leads they are roaring to go and we both know how much they want to spend.

    Anyways, the toll free number idea is a good one..I may have to incorporate that some way in the future. If anything I may use them just to get a 800 number so my leads don't have to pay long distance to call me.
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  • Profile picture of the author chessmasterr
    I dedicated yesterdays BMOB mailer to Phoenix Power Rising after hearing from a couple marketers how well it converts. My only hangup is that the PPR Matrix Positions for 120.00 can only be paid via bank draft or Payza. Thing is I got around a dozen of the leads to join PPR for free, 5 wanted to upgrade but couldn't do so right away due to payment issues. 3 of them wanted to use a MasterCard but payza only takes Visa. 1 of them had issues creating their payza account and 1 of them promises they will be purchasing a bank draft tomorrow.

    All in all I am happy with the response my BMOB leads are having to PPR but the bottle neck appears to be PPR's limited payment options atm. I also got an email from one of my BMOB leads that wanted to upgrade but said they got this error "Whoops! Looks like something isn't quite right. -- We're sorry but this email does not exist in the Payza system."

    I hope PPR gets this process streamlined soon because my BMOB leads are more than willing to join and buy, if PPR will accept their money.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaffadell
    I would have thought my results would have tapered off by now with these leads but things are still going strong. I PM'ed another WF member in BMOB asking for a tip on what to promote and his suggestion was THW Global. We go live on July 4th and IV positions are free till then. There are over 100k registered already and 120 of those are mine. My sponsor has enrolled 432 into the prelaunch most of which he claims came from his BMOB leads. He does have quite a few leads since he's been a member for around 6 months months I believe. This is my first time promoting a free to join offer (at least until July 4th launch) and the leads are eating it up. Mind you no money made yet but once we go live I will report back on how many convert over.
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    Quickest way to find out whether BOMB leads work or not is to direct them to your own squeeze page connected to an Auto Responder and check how many convert .

    I doubt any will when something is too good to be true it really is .

    Try it out you will have your answers
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  • Profile picture of the author StevenCash
    My top converting program with these leads at the moment has been VStream, with a Hybrid Unilevel comp plan. At the top of my affiliate page for VStream there is a welcome message in bold red that states my name, email address and phone number. In my BMOB mailings I only sign with my name, so if the leads want to contact me to ask questions they have to click through to my affiliate page and get my email/phone on that page.

    Today I awoke to 6 phone messages and 12 emails. Both the cell # and email were created specifically to promote Vstream and BMOB is the only way I have been promoting this offer which is how I know BMOB is responsible for all my prospects and sales. I have yet to sell a $698 2 pack package, but I have sold quite a few $39.95 and a handful of $399 packages since combining Vstream + BMOB.

    Streaming TV is the future, and nearly everyone I know watches it, so there is a huge market for this type of product. Finally I have access to daily leads that have proven to respond to this offer so I'll be riding this trend as long as I can.
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  • Profile picture of the author kurttasche
    I've seen BMOB promoted many times over the past several months, and am hesitant about checking it out. The fact that there is no Paypal option is a red flag to me.

    Paypal makes it much easier for buyers to file disputes, which makes me wonder if that is the reason BMOB doesn't take Paypal. Or, it could be that Paypal doesn't allow it's services to be used on sites like this.

    Also, I am mostly seeing BMOB promoted in safelists. My question is, if their service is so great, why would someone waste their time promoting BMOB in a safelist?

    I'd love to hear from experienced marketers who have been using this service.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alicia Thibadeau
    I just heard about this site and am wondering if any reputable members want to share their experiences. I read all of the responses but just wondering if anyone has any recent reviews/proof.
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  • Profile picture of the author 64wegrow
    You know I've been marketing on the good old interwebs for awhile now and Boost My Online Biz has really turned into a bit of a gem for me, over these past handful of months since I first signed up. But I'll be honest, I was fairly skeptical when I first came across it in the beginning, as I've wasted more money on internet advertising in the past than I care to admit. The biggest point of contention for me was how they could fulfill their lead quota mandate for their member base. But when I thought about it more, I realized internet marketing leads are endless, given that Facebook has over a billion active monthly users and the sheer amount of people turning 18 every single day, coming online for the first time wanting to make some money. Add to that the fact that BMOB has a team of full time staffers, with three of them dedicated to gathering and acquiring leads, their 80 biz opp lead per day quota is very realistic IMO.

    All of that however doesn't mean a lick if the program doesn't deliver, so the kicker for me and what turned me into a believer was when I made money with these leads...real cold hard cash...well PayPal funds actually lol. Based upon that I will stay on and might even eventually start promoting BMOB as an affiliate (multiple income streams is a good thing), because if its working for me it will surely work for other people too.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alicia Thibadeau
      Thanks for the reply, I'm definitely thinking about joining, I know it's all about building a relationship with these leads and getting them turned on to you lol in a marketing sense.

      Does everyone get the same leads or are these 80 leads per day exclusive for each member?
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  • Profile picture of the author StevenCash
    Every lead they give you is exclusive which is a very good perk in my opinion. Exclusivity is one area that makes these leads respond at much higher rates than say, safelist subscribers for example (where everyone hammers the exact same people daily)

    You are right when you say that building a relationship is key. After working with these leads for quite a few months, I now favor the less is more approach in terms of how often I contact them, and also just simply presenting my opportunity to go deeper, if they so choose.

    With my altogether different safelist subscribers, I make sure to always message as often as allowed as I know that if the viewers are not reading my emails, they are reading someone elses. Not so with BMOB leads as they are mine to work with, at a rate and style that I and my leads are comfortable with.
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  • Profile picture of the author scottyhouge
    This thing must be dead hu? No posts for over a year.
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