Commission Blueprint Advocates

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Warriors...

Would love to hear from any and all about the plusses/minues of CB2.0...

Who outside of the creators have found monetary success...how it compares to other well-known products such as PPC Classroom, Affiliate Classroom, etc...

Thanks in advance for all of your insight!
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  • Profile picture of the author Saul'
    I don't think there are many that have already had success with it as it's not even released yet. I'm sure there were "beta testers" but I guess there's not much chance for one of them to find this thread.

    I can tell you why I'll buy it though.

    - The article distribution service (Article Blueprint), which even though I'm not familiar with, people say it's comparable to UAW. We get life-time access so it's promising in any case.
    - From the videos I've seen about the keyword tool I can tell it will save me hours of time as the stuff it does automatically I now do manually with Market Samurai (the keyword research part)
    - I love real life case studies, I do a lot of "reverse engineering" of the competition myself, so I just have to see them.

    Those are the three I'm ready to shell out $500 for. Actually, the first two alone are worth it, and I've already have plans for them.

    There's much more of course and looks like it's all good stuff. I have the first CB and Niche Blueprint, I know they can deliver and they have seriously the best support I've ever seen anywhere.

    As for how it compares to other products, I don't think there are any that have these things that made me decide to get it. There are article distribution networks, blog networks - I'm using a few already. But for the whole fee I'd only get to use the cheapest one for 10 months, here's it's for a life-time.

    There might actually be a keyword tool that does the same thing, but I haven't found one. Market Samurai is the best tool I've found and it doesn't do that.

    So I guess the moral of my story is, you really have to see how you're gonna use it before deciding to buy. I apply that philosophy to any product, it just makes sense. And usually I find products that I need, but sometimes it happens vise-versa.
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  • Profile picture of the author diggy20
    Well how about CB 1.0 then. Did anyone make money with that?
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  • Profile picture of the author Saul'
    I have and still making. Sounds like a testimonial but before I bought CB I've been wasting my money on Adwrods. After I've gone through it, I've dumped my business of developing and selling scripts because just a few tests with some Clickbank products as per CB earned me more than I made working my ass off programming.
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    • Profile picture of the author jacksonlin
      Originally Posted by Saul' View Post

      I have and still making. Sounds like a testimonial but before I bought CB I've been wasting my money on Adwrods. After I've gone through it, I've dumped my business of developing and selling scripts because just a few tests with some Clickbank products as per CB earned me more than I made working my ass off programming.
      Wow, that's interesting because I bought CB 1.0 and thought it was useless.

      They advocated creating a fake review page and then pumping PPC traffic to a 5 page site...

      I lost some cash using the method.

      How did you make money with it?

      I'm really interested to know because I have yet to break into the PPC game and have been making all my cash online through SEO.

      J
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      • Profile picture of the author The Copy Nazi
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        Originally Posted by jacksonlin View Post

        Wow, that's interesting because I bought CB 1.0 and thought it was useless.

        They advocated creating a fake review page and then pumping PPC traffic to a 5 page site...

        I lost some cash using the method.

        How did you make money with it?

        I'm really interested to know because I have yet to break into the PPC game and have been making all my cash online through SEO.

        J
        Yep, these were the cats advocating fake review sites - with bogus headshots, bogus names and bogus product reviews - the same methods that the FTC is targeting now. They also touted a lot of other dodgy methods - down the same road as "flogs" which the FTC are also going after.
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        • Profile picture of the author Saul'
          Originally Posted by Metronicity View Post

          Yep, these were the cats advocating fake review sites - with bogus headshots, bogus names and bogus product reviews - the same methods that the FTC is targeting now. They also touted a lot of other dodgy methods - down the same road as "flogs" which the FTC are also going after.
          Not true. They advocated to buy the darn product and write real reviews. And definitely nothing like flogs. Where do you get this information from?

          To quote Steve Clayton from Commission Blueprint forums:
          Best to use the information from the offer page and not make anything up...or, get real experience with the product...or get someone in your family (who it may be more applicable to) to get experience with the product.
          http://www.blueprintcentral.com/foru...p?topic=5814.0
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          • Profile picture of the author RyanCoisson
            Originally Posted by Saul' View Post

            Not true. They advocated to buy the darn product and write real reviews. And definitely nothing like flogs. Where do you get this information from?

            To quote Steve Clayton from Commission Blueprint forums:

            FTC Cracking Down On Fake Blogs
            Absolutely true. Steve and Tim have always promoted everyone to not make things up as this can cause problems and do a disservice to others. I second Saul on the fact that they always encourage folks to buy the product themselves and experience it. Than create an affiliate site for it.
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            • Profile picture of the author Roland
              Any idea how much CB2.0 will be?
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            • Profile picture of the author jacksonlin
              Originally Posted by RyanCoisson View Post

              Absolutely true. Steve and Tim have always promoted everyone to not make things up as this can cause problems and do a disservice to others. I second Saul on the fact that they always encourage folks to buy the product themselves and experience it. Than create an affiliate site for it.
              Did you get Commission Blueprint 1?

              They even provided you with pre-made testimonial review style templates so you could promote your product - even if you didn't use it.

              When I first heard that I was shocked because I didn't like that idea.

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  • Profile picture of the author Saul'
    PPC is only different from SEO in the way you pay for traffic. And that SEO tends to be cheaper more often than not. I make money from PPC same way I make it from SEO. I have the same sites, I started them in PPC before I've learned SEO.

    It doesn't matter what kind of site it is, all that matters is that it converts. The only reason why you might need to create quick 5 page sites is to test something for conversions if you're just looking for opportunities and haven't built a site yet. Same way you can test keywords for SEO.

    The bottom line is that you have to spend less than you make. In SEO it's easier, while in PPC you have to work harder on your site to make it convert as much as you can. If you can't make it convert well enough, move on to the next keyword and/or product. Simple math.

    CB wasn't any special in what it taught, it's how it taught and what support the guys provided.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanCoisson
    Hey everyone,

    Saul' some great points on Commission Blueprint 2.0. I have a review copy of the course and have already been using both Keyword Blueprint and Article Blueprint. I love them both and have actually canceled my UAW membership as it won't be needed now that I have Article Blueprint.

    As far as success I have had success with both Niche Bluepritn (ecommerce stores) and their Commission Blueprint 1. In my opinion going through most of Commission Blueprint 2.0 already I think this course blows both of those out of the water.

    I already have 4 sites that I will be launching using this method this weekend and can't believe how simple they make this for beginners and the quality of the material they have for the advanced folks like myself. Plain and simple I think someone is crazy if they want to make money online and they don't invest in this course.

    I am doing a full video overview from inside Commission Blueprint 2.0 just waiting to hear back from Tim.

    Anyone have any questions or I can help let me know.
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  • Profile picture of the author LIndaB
    Will CB 2.0 be a one time payment, or will it be monthly for the Article Blueprint service?
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanCoisson
      Originally Posted by LIndaB View Post

      Will CB 2.0 be a one time payment, or will it be monthly for the Article Blueprint service?
      Linda I actually had Unique Article Wizard before and was paying $67 a month for that but just canceled because I am now using Article Blueprint. Gotta love having a better tool and not having to pay a monthly fee for it.

      Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author Saul'
    One time payment and no up-sells. You get AB for a life-time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Saul'
    It's gonna be $497
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  • Profile picture of the author RoyChan
    Just spent an hour or so reviewing some of the CB threads - looks like it's worth the weight... This one is going to make a killing.
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  • Profile picture of the author jacksonlin
    I hear a lot of people talking about canceling UAW and using the Article Blueprint method.

    What is this?

    Is this an automated program or a guide that teaches you how to submit articles?

    Thanks!

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    • Profile picture of the author RyanCoisson
      Originally Posted by jacksonlin View Post

      I hear a lot of people talking about canceling UAW and using the Article Blueprint method.

      What is this?

      Is this an automated program or a guide that teaches you how to submit articles?

      Thanks!

      J
      I have actually canceled my Unique Article Wizard members and am already using Article Blueprint. I think Article Blueprint is easier to use and better, not too mention your articles get submitted to sites with better PR than with UAW.

      Article Blueprint is a software program that allows you to submit lots of unique articles to a lot of different sites and directories (amount varies on each niche a little bit)

      Originally Posted by jacksonlin View Post

      Did you get Commission Blueprint 1?

      They even provided you with pre-made testimonial review style templates so you could promote your product - even if you didn't use it.

      When I first heard that I was shocked because I didn't like that idea.

      J
      I bought Commission Blueprint version 1 and they did provide you with Templates to use, but always encouraged you to buy the product so you have had an experience with it or have someone you know get the product or service. This was a crucial part as you don't want to lie or just make something up.

      Hope that clears that up for you.

      Ryan
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      • Profile picture of the author mick535
        I was a Beta Tester of Commission Blueprint 2 and I am a JV Partner so I do have an interest in getting you to buy CB 2.0. I wanted to get that out up front.

        Here's the thing though. The new Commission Blueprint 2.0 is light years away from the original product. It is so much better that I can't even begin to tell you all of the things you will learn, but here are the basics:

        Keyword Research
        Site Creation
        Site Optimization
        Affiliate Product Offer Evaluation
        Social Media and Web 2.0 Utilization
        List building
        PPC
        and more, more, more!

        I have access to the Member's Area already and I just posted a video on YouTube about it. I haven't even posted the video on my site because it was still processing. It was done in HD and it shows you almost everything you will get in the package that is released tomorrow.

        I say almost because I did not want to give away information that will only be provided at the time of Launch tomorrow which is at 9 am Eastern Standard time.

        I will be posting this video on 4 different sites this evening. One of which is the Bonus Package site I have listed in my signature below and the other is on my Black Hat blog, also listed in my Signature below.

        I personally think this product is the Affiliate Marketing product of the Year for 2009. You can check out my insider review already posted here:

        Commission Blueprint 2 Review: Why Should I Care?

        It will give you around 10 minutes worth of information (with Video) on the Product Package.

        Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanCoisson
    If anyone has any questions about the actual course and I can help you out feel free to send me pm.

    Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author themarketingdirt
    Are the case studies really detailed down to the bone about how much they build their site from scratch, did their keyword research, drive traffic using method x, get XXX visitors per day, and the exact conversion rate they get using a certain page template in x niche, and it took x no. of days to achieve this kind of results.

    Or is just a case study just a new website build purely to showcase the techniques but has no real proof of results that it works. In my opinion, it's important to show the real deal site in a case study. To me, most IM products are flops because they simply don't their real money making site because they are afraid the newcomers may steal their niche.

    Ironically this is the exact reason why most newcomers fail because they may have learned the theory, but they are not taught how to apply it effectively to their niche to get real results. And that is probably the most important missing ingredient of all. To me, an 'awesome' course is useless if they don't teach you how to apply it. (It's like someone giving you a samurai sword, asking you to chop wooden target, but not showing you how to cut down a real opponent who may be using the same strategy against you. And when he does, you left to fend for yourself alone)

    Please any newcomer or immediate marketer who originally struggled but applied the techniques taught in ComBlue 2 and got real success... I'd really like to hear from you.

    (Please don't tell me how awesome the content are. Real results without revealing of your niche of course, thanks)
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    • Profile picture of the author mentorondemand
      That direct question won't get much
      answers.
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      • Profile picture of the author procoach
        Originally Posted by mentorondemand View Post

        That direct question won't get much answers.
        In part because since the product launched this morning, no-one has any real results yet.

        The instructions are very detailed though... It's one of the things I really like about Tim Godfrey & Steve Clayton's products (I own CB 1.0, SEM Business Blueprint and since 8:30am EST this morning CB 2.0). For those who got it, the 54-page report pre-launch is an excellent example of what to expect.

        Pierre.
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      • Profile picture of the author themarketingdirt
        Originally Posted by mentorondemand View Post

        That direct question won't get much
        answers.
        I kind of expected that kind of response, but I appreciate the guys who take the time to reply to my question. Thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Saul'
      Originally Posted by themarketingdirt View Post

      Are the case studies really detailed down to the bone about how much they build their site from scratch, did their keyword research, drive traffic using method x, get XXX visitors per day, and the exact conversion rate they get using a certain page template in x niche, and it took x no. of days to achieve this kind of results.

      Or is just a case study just a new website build purely to showcase the techniques but has no real proof of results that it works. In my opinion, it's important to show the real deal site in a case study. To me, most IM products are flops because they simply don't their real money making site because they are afraid the newcomers may steal their niche.
      They aren't full site dissected kind of case studies but rather examples of how certain techniques were done and the results. You can see their keywords etc. and find the actual sites on Google.
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