What's the best internet marketing course you've ever purchased?

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I know this has come up in the forum before and people, including myself have given our best "all-time" internet marketing course recommendation. Mine was Corey Rudl's course from way back in 2001.

But the question I want to know is, what is the BEST course now, in 2009. Things change, courses that were once the "best" are no longer. What's the "best" right now?

Brad
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  • Profile picture of the author blur
    War Room Membership - Does that count?
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  • Profile picture of the author Liquification
    I would say the combination of Don and Jeremy's 4 Bootcamps make for an amazing course in almost all aspects of IM.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
    Internet Marketing Secrets by Corey Rudl.

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  • Profile picture of the author Rachel Embry
    This is a good thread for newbies- would love to see some links to the programs people like so I can take a look

    This is a 2008 course...but Eben's Guru Mastermind changed the direction of my business- big time.
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  • Profile picture of the author l23bc
    30 day challenge because its a freebie
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  • Profile picture of the author acrasial
    Lynda *DOT* com It's good for newbies, and presumably good for anyone who is not as well- depending on how deep you want to take it... BTW that is the name that I know this program by? LOL? Maybe it has another name, but on the CD it reads as this, so that's what i've always called it..

    There are tons of websites out there saying oh make this money and that money as well... and I have seen their programs and was like WTH I already know this, but at least this program wasn't into the beating around the bush as much, and did get a bit more in depth...

    Eben Pagan also has some good tips and ideas, and I think he does have some sort of program out there for this, but I think he also charges alot for it; which is why he does put in so much content to begin with, probably...
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  • Profile picture of the author sahi
    Product Launch Formula, almost all of Dan Kennedy's stuff, and Mass Control.

    I like Eben Pagan's stuff but sometimes I get the impression that he "over" inflates his stuff too much as compared to some other internet marketers which in my personal view just reduces the true value of any such course.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicholasb
    I have paid for many courses, but I would have to say the best was

    1. the free bum marketing method from travis
    this one helped me get my start to making money online.

    now I combined

    2.Infomillionaire (Frank Kern)

    3.micro continuity (russel Brunson)

    4.) Mass Control 2.0 (frank kern)

    the combination of these systems makes for one killer business module.
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  • Profile picture of the author katiec
    blur took my answer! I've learned more from being here for a week than I have anywhere else.
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    • Profile picture of the author koolphoto
      I also agree with previous posters. Jeremy Kelsall and Zerofill's Bootcamp courses are great. I learned a lot and made money with them too!
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  • Profile picture of the author Zach Booker
    Combining products to make something unique that works for you is really key to start off with.

    No matter if you wanna do PPC, PPV, or SEO.

    But I feel that once you're doing ok with some form of internet marketing it's more crucial to spend your money investing in the people around you.

    I'll talk about something I know for this example, SEO.

    SEO, in principle, isn't hard. Get quality content on a website and get quality links and you'll get paid.

    Every product will tell you pretty much to do that; but they'll just give you a few new tips.

    Once you have a firm grasp and knowledge of SEO it's more important to spend your money joining master mind groups and talking to people who are more knowledgeable than you.

    When I want to know how to rank in Bing I don't wanna buy some 47 dollar e-book from Joe Blow. I want to ask some dude who's making half a mil what he thinks.

    Masterminds don't come cheap. Most good ones are expensive and by invitation only.

    But you get access to some great guys who know a hell of a lot more than I do. And they'll tell me whatever I want to know if I ask!

    When you can freely pick the brains of people who make more than you and are more knowledgeable you can't loose.

    For the record I love SEO. But am not tech savvy at all. That's why I, personally, need to have people who are very tech savvy who can answer the techiest of questions for me. (I don't mean coding questions or anything; more "where is Google heading now" type questions.)

    Zach

    P.S- Mastermind groups are great ways to always be informed and always be ahead of your competition. So mastermind groups, as a whole, get my vote for best current *product*.
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    • Profile picture of the author Charles Harper
      Originally Posted by Zach Booker View Post

      Combining products to make something unique that works for you is really key to start off with.

      No matter if you wanna do PPC, PPV, or SEO.

      But I feel that once you're doing ok with some form of internet marketing it's more crucial to spend your money investing in the people around you.

      I'll talk about something I know for this example, SEO.

      SEO, in principle, isn't hard. Get quality content on a website and get quality links and you'll get paid.

      Every product will tell you pretty much to do that; but they'll just give you a few new tips.

      Once you have a firm grasp and knowledge of SEO it's more important to spend your money joining master mind groups and talking to people who are more knowledgeable than you.

      When I want to know how to rank in Bing I don't wanna buy some 47 dollar e-book from Joe Blow. I want to ask some dude who's making half a mil what he thinks.

      Masterminds don't come cheap. Most good ones are expensive and by invitation only.

      But you get access to some great guys who know a hell of a lot more than I do. And they'll tell me whatever I want to know if I ask!

      When you can freely pick the brains of people who make more than you and are more knowledgeable you can't loose.

      For the record I love SEO. But am not tech savvy at all. That's why I, personally, need to have people who are very tech savvy who can answer the techiest of questions for me. (I don't mean coding questions or anything; more "where is Google heading now" type questions.)

      Zach

      P.S- Mastermind groups are great ways to always be informed and always be ahead of your competition. So mastermind groups, as a whole, get my vote for best current *product*.
      All of what he said. The Mastermind that Jeff Walker set up in PLF 2.0 has paid me more than the course and continues to do so.

      Just this morning, one of my mastermind members in his area of expertise was the difference between a project moving forward and not.

      But PLF was not cheap, not by any stretch; and I don't necessary like the $1997 price point, but some of them really do pay.

      Having said that I am part of the Magic Bullet scene with Amish Shah and it cost me a pretty penny to get in the thing. But It was worth every penny to me in relationships, tools and what I learned. Quite frankly, what I learned about mindset has changed my life.

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      • Profile picture of the author zenji
        You wont believe this but I have only used one system and its working. Its Affilorama Blueprint by Mark Ling.
        Am very cautious about trying many things at a time. Recently I got ACC but haven't really started using it because am yet to complete the keyword research.

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  • Profile picture of the author islander1
    For me, it was the 4Day Money Making Blueprint, cause it got me to take action and finally start getting results.
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    John Carlton's secrets of a marketing rebel and JW's PLF 2.0
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    Anything Jack Duncan puts out ... the dude is a total genius.
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    • Profile picture of the author mmurtha
      Originally Posted by Marhelper View Post

      Anything Jack Duncan puts out ... the dude is a total genius.
      Yeah, I agree.

      I also think Paul Myers's stuff is the best. His individual products aren't really courses per se, but his newsletter can be chalked up as one continuous course - And it's free! Can't beat that kind of info free or otherwise for either of these marketers.


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      Originally Posted by Marhelper View Post

      Anything Jack Duncan puts out ... the dude is a total genius.

      Completely agree !

      No cheap guru tricks, real info, real tools , real value for the real world.
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  • Profile picture of the author thenextlevel
    I liked "screw google" what I learned in the keyword research segment alone made it worth the whole $1 I spent. But the single best investment I have made is a membership to the war room!
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    Marlon Sanders: Cash Like Clock Work
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  • Profile picture of the author Online Bliss
    The late Corey Rudi created the
    Internet Marketing Secrets Course
    in the 90's. Great stuff but I must
    convert those cassette tapes to CD's someday.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    I would have 2 that I could say that I learned enough to go on and make money with.

    1. Azsno here on Warrior forum has a site flipping course - I'd never be making the money I make now with site flipping if he hadn't got me started.

    2. 30 Day Challenge - it's free and it does give a lot of good quality information.

    I'm sure there are many more out there that are good and I really think it's not always the quality of the product, but your attitude to it that can determine whether you're successful with it or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author blase40
    I think the best course I have every really bought was Stomping The Search Engines 2 and the Net Effect Monthly magazine by the fellas at StomperNet. I generally don't purchase very many courses, but these guys know their stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author The Rich Fool
    I've easily spent $30K on courses in the last few years, most of which are sold with all the hype, blah blah.

    There's only one that has put serious dollars in my bank account: Info Renegades

    (not an affiliate link)

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  • Profile picture of the author actionplanbiz
    The Best Free one is the New Rich Report.

    That was Extremely Good For Being Free
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    • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
      For paid one I liked WealthyAffiliate at most, and for free one The30DayChallenge. Both of them helped me see what I was doing wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author normpurc
    I think the answer to this post would be dependent on the level of knowledge that each person is currently at.

    If they are new then the beginner course that teaches the basics would be best.
    The more advance their knowledge is, a more complicated course would helpful.

    I know that when I started attempting to learn how to create anything on the Internet, most of the offerings were above my head and I ended up just being confused. Not that the information wasn't first class, it was simply beyond my skill level and I had no idea what they were trying to show me.

    One must learn the basics first then progress at their own speed. Many of the guru's assume that everyone has the ability to grasp what they are teaching, which many times is not the case.

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    • Originally Posted by normpurc View Post

      I think the answer to this post would be dependent on the level of knowledge that each person is currently at.

      If they are new then the beginner course that teaches the basics would be best.
      The more advance their knowledge is, a more complicated course would helpful.

      I know that when I started attempting to learn how to create anything on the Internet, most of the offerings were above my head and I ended up just being confused. Not that the information wasn't first class, it was simply beyond my skill level and I had no idea what they were trying to show me.

      One must learn the basics first then progress at their own speed. Many of the guru's assume that everyone has the ability to grasp what they are teaching, which many times is not the case.

      Norm
      Better words couldnt have been said norm so if ppl dont mind based on begginer, intermediate, an advance marketing courses what wud u rank the best?

      sorry dont wanna make it complicated just want to know everyones opinions =D

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    An excellent thread for anyone planning on buying a course.

    There are so many over hyped courses available so reading feedback from people who have used courses successfully is invaluable.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amanda Craven
    George Brown's Google Sniper was brilliant for breaking down each step and going into the sort of detail that some other courses skip over. Combining it with other methods makes it an even more powerful system.
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  • Profile picture of the author sree94
    Chris Rempel's Confessions of a Lazy Super Affilate and his VIP products

    And Jeremy Kelsall and Don's stuff too
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  • Profile picture of the author forsyte9
    Hello... this is my first ever post on this community, although I have been an IMer for 5 years...

    Like the typical Imer, I've bought many courses. But for me the answer to this question is the "Excellent" new product by Martin Avis "Newsletter Success Formula". I first came across Martin four and a half years ago and I have followed him ever since. He is a 'no hype' type marketer and a totally 'honest' and 'genuine' guy.

    Martin is not a 'Mega Bucks' earner, although he does admit to earning an annual 'six figure income' off the back of his FREE 'twice weekly' Newsletter called "Kickstart Today". This is the only IM Newsletter that I bother to read these days (because actually, it's well worth reading!)

    Whether you are a newbie or you are someone whose been around for 5 years like me, I strongly recommend that you take a look at "Newsletter Success Formula".

    Publishing a FREE newsletter has got to be one of the simplest and easiest, (if not THE simplest & easiest) way, (off the back of which) to make a decent income on line. Martin shows you exactly how he does this via 10 easy to view and understand videos.

    I waited until I had actually studied Martin's course AND put what I had learned into 'action', by launching a new Newsletter (in my 'non'-internet marketing niche) before I commented. The results I have experienced (all within 14 days of receiving the course), have been fantastic!

    If you'd like to read my unsolicited 'testimonial'; which shows you 'exactly' what I have achieved via studying Martin's course, see the sales page of "Newsletter Success Formula".

    Not sure if I'm supposed to add a link so I won't. Just search "Newsletter Success Formula" in Google.

    By the way; No Martin has not offered to line my pocket with nice crispy bank notes, for saying such nice things about him and his course. I'm just very thankful for 'everything' I have learned from Martin in the past four and a half years. "Newsletter Success Formula" is the 'icing on the cake' for me. Therefore this is just my little way of saying thank you to Martin!

    In my opinion' if you want to follow the teachings of one IM "Guru" (and I'm sure Martin will hate me for calling him a "guru"), then you could do a lot worse than follow Martin Avis!

    David Downer
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    For a newbie I liked Chris Farrell. Create your first website by 3:45 this afternoon. It helped me learn a lot of the basics
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  • Profile picture of the author capone2009
    Google Sniper, CPA MarketersBootcamp, CB 2 (Their casestudies are great, they show what they have really done themselves and not some theoretically stuff)
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Hall
    One of the courses that inspired me a few years ago was Michael Cheney's Adsense videos.
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    The Internet Market Center's course is HUGE and very clearly laid out. But if you want clear instruction without constant advertising for products within the course (this is one downfall of IMC IMHO), then you may just want to pick up the hard copy of Ewen Chia's How I made My First Million On The Internet And...How I made My First Million On The Internet And...
    It encapsulates everything that you should know starting out and is inexpensive, found my copy by surprise as I wasn't even looking for it at Chapters for $20. Solid no hype read and step by step. Just the reference I'd been looking for. The above is a straight link to the product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lance K
      I'd have to agree with those who have mentioned "Insider Secrets to Making Money on the Internet" put out by The Internet Marketing Center (www.marketingtips.com).

      It was a lot of years ago when I bought it. At that time it was a physical product only. It came in 2 monsterous manuals. Now, it looks like it's available online. I may have to buy the updated version just to check it out. It was (and I'm sure still it) that good.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
      To put my answer in context, I haven't purchased any of the major courses that have come out this year (by design). The term "best" is very subjective. So I'm just going to list the two courses that have put more money in my pocket than any others that I've bought:

      Frank Kern and Ed Dale's Underachiever Course (no longer for sale).

      A close second is Perry Marshall's Google Adwords course; it totally changed how I created and tested campaigns, going from losing over 2k on my first project to turning into a 10k per month income stream in less than 6 months. Even though that was several years ago, I have his updated stuff and it's still top notch.

      RoD

      p.s. I agree with all the comments about Jeremy and Don's stuff, their CPA Bootcamp is the freaking @#$%!! Stuff that actually makes money.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Spencer Haws
    Never bought a course! Is that sad?
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    • Profile picture of the author Robert Oliver
      John(X-Factor)- Micro Niche Adsense course.

      Jeremy & Don's Bootcamp's(Any of them.)

      Geoff Shaw- The Money Wheel


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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    Great thread, I have not purchased many courses online, sad as well.

    I gotta now gotto WSO and checkout Jeremy course with the great feedback here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brushtale
    I have done the usuals Mike Filsaimes, Rich Schefren, but the one that got me going in Chris Farrells, Create your first web site. Its the best for newbees.
    It gives you the basic building blocks then you can grow from there.
    Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
    I've purchased so many that I can't even remember what I bought.
    I read most of them and tried to apply what I learned. But there was
    always some "missing link" that didn't quite connect.

    The best investment I made that I actually got something out
    of was Jeremy and Don's Bootcamps.

    They rock!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author jojobusiness
    Hi Brad,
    I've recently bought Russell Brunson's Micro Continuity course. It's awesome. And you will learn a lot of his secrets to online success:-)
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    The best course I've ever purchased was my own experinece.
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  • Profile picture of the author amujtabaa
    A combination of:
    Google Sniper
    Market Samurai

    Google sniper helped indentify a medium where I could make money. Then market samurai helped me analyze and organize my things. Also CopynProfit gave me good campaigns to create sniper sites on.
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    Anything from jeremy and Don and Waggers. Ya Can't go wrong
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  • Profile picture of the author Shane Hale
    My Small list
    Frank Kern - Mass Control Version 1
    John Carlton - Simple Writing System
    Easy Video Sales -Jason Moffatt
    Stompernet-Stomping the Search Engines 2
    Russell Brunson's Micro Continuity course
    Matt Trainer - Cpa Ninjas
    Bob Serling - Million Dollar Licensing

    and Warrior Forum's War Room of course..



    Not a course but Tools I use
    Market Samurai
    Traffic Travis
    Traffic Geyser
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  • Profile picture of the author Shane Hale
    My Small list
    Frank Kern - Mass Control Version 1
    John Carlton - Simple Writing System
    Easy Video Sales -Jason Moffatt
    Stompernet-Stomping the Search Engines 2
    Russell Brunson's Micro Continuity course
    Matt Trainer - Cpa Ninjas
    Bob Serling - Million Dollar Licensing

    and Warrior Forum's War Room of course..



    Not a course but Tools I use
    Market Samurai
    Traffic Travis
    Traffic Geyser
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  • Profile picture of the author nim84
    rosalind gardner's super affiliate secrets book was very good

    very concise and covered absoutely everything and well worth them monet spent
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
    lol... now this is an old thread.
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      Originally Posted by Brad Callen View Post

      lol... now this is an old thread.
      A couple of products that I have bought, used and made money from...

      1. Commission Ritual
      2. Auto Content Cash

      2008 or 2010 thread, these product stand the test of time.

      I would buy again from the creators.

      It seems like a lot of other products have a real problem living up to expectation.
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  • Profile picture of the author RelicWeb
    I'm a big fan of the Keyword Academy. Its the foundation for everything I do with IM. I don't do many small niches anymore, but rather focus on 'super sites'.... they teach methods for both that have been really effective for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryggvie
    For me I'd have to say Wealthy Affiliate (price going up from $39 to $99 monthly in just a few days)
    Best free course was the bum marketing fram Travis Sago
    and the best "budget" program I've seen is 4 day money making blueprint for only $29 I think.
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  • Profile picture of the author fypnlp
    The war room and market samauri. Best money I've EVER spent
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  • Profile picture of the author trytolearnmore
    MRMI Supercash and the War Room.

    MRMI is really a goldmine, the content is well presented and well worth the money.
    And the War Room... well, i get a lot of ideas and free softwares there.
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  • Profile picture of the author toya
    What about Ewen Chia? has anyone used his courses, I've been getting his emails but still sceptical.
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    • Profile picture of the author trytolearnmore
      Originally Posted by toya View Post

      What about Ewen Chia? has anyone used his courses, I've been getting his emails but still sceptical.
      Well, i've bought his course (do not remember which exactly). I can't say it was bad, it was OK actually (for its price). Should you buy it? If you have some experience in IM, i would say no.

      Of course, maybe i'm not right with this statement.

      Best regards,
      Andrii
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      • Profile picture of the author toya
        Originally Posted by trytolearnmore View Post

        Well, i've bought his course (do not remember which exactly). I can't say it was bad, it was OK actually (for its price). Should you buy it? If you have some experience in IM, i would say no.

        Of course, maybe i'm not right with this statement.

        Best regards,
        Andrii
        thanks for the response, i don't think i would
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  • Profile picture of the author thetruth23
    Anything Eben Pagan puts out...although, can be on the pricey side.

    The dude is just a legend. And he gives away a rediculous amount of free stuff.
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    The Affiliate Code
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