Best IM Membership site you've joined?

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Hello Warriors

I am wondering which Membership Site you've joined has the most quality information?
Which is the best Internet Marketing Membership Site?:rolleyes:
#joined #membership #site
  • Profile picture of the author ebleu
    I've read about many other forums. Few were a waste of time, and few were good. But, Warrior Forums, are the best, and none to beat.

    So, if you are looking for the best one, then you're at the right place.

    Good Luck.
    -eBleu.
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  • Profile picture of the author candidate96
    hi eBleu
    i mean private Membership Site. paid
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  • I've really enjoyed being part of Dennis Becker's Earn1KaDay.com

    Not only do you get access to exclusive webinars and great downloads. The real benefit to me has been the community. It truly is like a family. IMers of all levels (and I mean ALL levels) openly discuss issues and help each other out.

    Let me know if you would like more info.
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    • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
      The Warrior Forum ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Amirol
    There are a lot of membership sites out there. I don't know which internet marketing membership site is the best since I didn't try them all yet.

    It depends on your needs and what you want to learn.

    Currently I'm a member of Wealthy Affiliate and also a member of Turbo Membership. For me, this two memberships are great enough for the time being. I learned "affiliate marketing" through Wealthy Affiliate. And in Turbo Membership, I learned about "building a business" especially for digital products development.

    Who knows, maybe near the future I'll enter more membership depending on my needs and requirement.

    Originally Posted by candidate96 View Post

    Hello Warriors

    I am wondering which Membership Site you've joined has the most quality information?
    Which is the best Internet Marketing Membership Site?:rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
    I'd suggest you join Affiloblueprint. Not many IM courses come close.

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    • Profile picture of the author tntrader
      Originally Posted by aboutalhah View Post

      I'd suggest you join Affiloblueprint. Not many IM courses come close.

      Franck
      I agree with Franck. I purchased a few courses in 2009, many more in 2008, and AB has produced more income than any other course, combined.

      AB, and Nanoblogging are going to be my sole focus in 2010.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Deegan
    Funny tntrader, get out of my head!!! I'm strongly considering the same thing for 2010. Nanoblogging and AFB. Maybe we could start a little mastermind or something.
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  • Profile picture of the author jon poland
    Frankc, tntrader and / or Gorilla -- I'd love to hear more about Affiloblueprint. What is it about this site that makes it so good?

    Thank you.

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  • Profile picture of the author Justin Says
    I joined Niche Blitzkrieg and absolutely love it.

    They deal with any of problems within minutes and you don't have to worry if you fall into a ditch, because they will simply pick you right back up.
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  • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
    Mass Control Monthly?
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    • Profile picture of the author Woody C
      Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

      Mass Control Monthly?
      I was a member in MCM for a couple of months and I thought it was WAY overpriced.

      I am looking into Earn1KADay or Kim Roach's Super Affiliate Club at the moment.
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  • Profile picture of the author Slin
    I used to be a member of wealthy affiliate and really enjoyed it.
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  • it's gotta be riffta.. i mean err IMelite.com... if this is the first time you're hearing about it... big things to come so don't forget that name..

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  • Profile picture of the author charto911
    Can't really imagine anything being more than what you need beyond digital point and the war room on here. Anything else seems like a waste of money as you can read any blog with all the paid information from other sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author All Night Cafe
      Affiloblueprint has been the best for 2009.

      Also Affiliate X blueprint
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  • Profile picture of the author WiseWebWords
    Couldn't say it was the best but I first started with "Profit Lance" - it had a huge amount of material - but seemed outdated and rather neglected by the owner (even to a newbie at the time) also joined Wealthy Affiliate for a while - and found that the most value was in the forum.
    Now, of course the best resource is - The War Room!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Afitgirl
      I love wealthy affiliate. It is my first month into my membership.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnZags
    There is a warrior member here named Mario Brown. He has an inexpensive website nobsimsuccess.com that I've really enjoyed so far. He has posted all of his WSO's and a lot of other great resources. He is starting a CPA bootcamp this weekend which I know all of the members are looking forward to.
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  • Profile picture of the author James12C
    Chris Farrell's site.... Really nice guy and even people who have been around the block can learn stuff...

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  • Profile picture of the author Justin Wheeler
    Big fan of Mark Dulisse and his IM Niche Formula.
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  • Profile picture of the author thomashoi
    I have joined Wealthy affiliate since April 2007 and is still a member and
    enjoying all the coaching and support there.

    However, I wouldn't recommend anyone to join if you are looking for
    the magic pill to make thousands overnight....

    Internet marketing, like any other business, requires time and
    effort to master it and as you get yourself equip with the basic
    foundations, you should't have problems making a living online.
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  • Profile picture of the author chubbsky
    I joined Affiloblueprint late last year and the lessons are very clear and detailed. I also bought NicheBlueprint 2.0 but I find Affiloblueprint more newbie friendly. Haven't finished my affiloblueprint site yet since I got distracted with NB2.0 but I'm going back there now to finish it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ashley Wright
    Personally for me Total Access Club is the one Ryan Deiss is such a great Marketer and what he teaches is priceless! Well worth the money...
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    • Profile picture of the author JazzOscar
      My vote goes to Dennis Becker's Earn1KaDay.

      I value this membership far above one membership I have, and one I had, where one of the very well known internet marketers is involved.

      Earn1KaDay is a membership with lots of content and lots of active threads in the forum. Many great people around.

      So many memberships in this business seems to go dead when it comes to user activity. As time goes by they start to serve only as a channel for delivering membership videos and promote other offers to the members.

      Not so with Dennis Becker's membership.

      Did I say it's great to be a member of Earn1KaDay?
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    • Profile picture of the author JazzOscar
      Originally Posted by honestbizpro View Post

      Thanks for that.

      I was really interested are there people making a thousand a day?....a community is good, a warm fuzzy feeling is OK but are bank accounts getting fatter and I mean a thousand a day fat?

      Not trying to be a smartass at all but truly interested. Thanks.
      I think the name of the membership is more about getting people to their first $1K day, making them experience that as a real possiblity for themselves. On the other end of the specter you have members that can post in the Success Stories thread about having made $150K within 2 hours.

      I feel there's a lot of knowledgeable members, and I feel that the atmosphere for sharing and helping each other is very good. There are interesting webinars being held and there are lots of downloadable stuff.

      Originally Posted by sandini View Post

      I really like Ryan Lee's Inner Circle and Job Crusher--both have really useful info & video training---Ryan Lee is very up-to-the minute --new stuff posted and dated weekly.
      I agree that Job Crusher has a lot of good training. It also has a lot of good stuff burried in old threads.

      When it comes to interaction though I feel it has come to a standstill. While Earn1KaDay had postings to more than 60 threads from Friday last week to yesterday, new posts at Job Crusher is more or less nonexistent. The frequency of promotional emails to their member list is now higher than the frequency of new posts in the forum.

      In my opinion this is what happened;
      • Job Crusher was a rather thriving membership community with interesting members that had helped build up a good atmosphere.
      • The owners started to use the membership as a bonus for other Crusher products, like Review Crusher. This caused an influx of new more or less singleminded members (interested specifically in one product) that was not so interested in the overall IM picture. These were, in my opinion, not a very good match with the existing member base.
      • The old member base, as time passed by, felt more or less alienated by the situation and stopped taking part. A sad situation for a member forum that I found to be one of the most interesting and promising ones just one and a half year ago.
      The above is of course just my thoughts about the situation.
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      • Originally Posted by JazzOscar View Post


        I agree that Job Crusher has a lot of good training. It also has a lot of good stuff burried in old threads.

        When it comes to interaction though I feel it has come to a standstill. While Earn1KaDay had postings to more than 60 threads from Friday last week to yesterday, new posts at Job Crusher is more or less nonexistent. The frequency of promotional emails to their member list is now higher than the frequency of new posts in the forum.

        In my opinion this is what happened;
        • Job Crusher was a rather thriving membership community with interesting members that had helped build up a good atmosphere.
        • The owners started to use the membership as a bonus for other Crusher products, like Review Crusher. This caused an influx of new more or less singleminded members (interested specifically in one product) that was not so interested in the overall IM picture. These were, in my opinion, not a very good match with the existing member base.
        • The old member base, as time passed by, felt more or less alienated by the situation and stopped taking part. A sad situation for a member forum that I found to be one of the most interesting and promising ones just one and a half year ago.
        The above is of course just my thoughts about the situation.
        I agree with Oscar. Job Crusher was great when it first came out. Being one of the first members there I was really hoping it would turn into something special. Actually it seemed to start dying after the "big" announcement that Mike Filsame joined the group. When it was just Eric and the guys it was on its way to being the best membership around.

        Now I don't think there is anything that compares to Dennis Becker's Earn1KaDay site. Not only from the community aspect but also the content that is provided. From access to other sites to exclusive webinars. I don't think it can be beat.
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  • Profile picture of the author successfulgeek
    I'm going to have to go with Teaching Sells from Brian Clark of Copyblogger.com

    It has tons and tons of awesome info and step by step how to set up your own membership site and market it to make money. As well as a library of over 400 mixed right PDFs in all sorts of genres that you can use to sell or give away based on what rights are for that particular PDF. The forums are pretty amazing too with really good support from staff and the other members are very helpful too.
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  • Profile picture of the author DigiCypher
    From what I've seen and heard, Warrior forum. I've yet to get into the War Room, but that will be the next step. I hear nothing but good things about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author sharp
    War Room. Sheez. The free areas of this forum are nice; very good compared to most. The WAR ROOM (the paid area of this forum) will be the best $40 (or whatever it is) that you'll spend online.

    I've spent more than most on education and tools (I wish I hadn't; I'm just saying that) compared to anything out there the WR is the best value you'll find.

    Seriously folks. If you are spending money on 'other' programs / WSOs / anything related to making money using the internet you have a hole in your head if you're THIS close (on WF) and not a member of the WR.

    Join.
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  • Profile picture of the author oneplusone
    Ryan Deiss Tac Club is pretty decent, a lot of good info in it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sumaryan85
    None..... (maybe War Room?)
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    • Profile picture of the author cmck873
      I'd have to say the Warrior Forum War Room, hands down! It may not be as neatly packaged as some programs, but the collective amount of knowledge here is entirely unmatched elsewhere. Sure you need to hunt around for what you're looking for, but you always find it.

      3 Cheers for Warrior Forum
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      • Profile picture of the author John Piteo
        I would say Chris Farrell's membership is a great starting place for newbies. Chris helps them get over the hurdles that keep people from actually getting started.

        If you're confused about how to get started or you feel like you are just spinning your wheels Chris' membership is a good choice.
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  • Profile picture of the author darman82
    i just join Chris Farrell's membership site and pay $4.95 for the first 14 days.

    i hope i will be another Chris happy customer... :p

    - Andrian
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  • Profile picture of the author ckmcharles
    Best so far for me is Wealthy Affiliate.

    Wealthy Affiliate offers tonnes of resources which cover almost all aspects of internet marketing... and the community is just great!

    Besides getting quality information, I don't have to spend more money anywhere else applying what I've learned as it has its own keyword research tool, clickbank tool, free web hosting etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author billybob
    Some interesting votes here.

    So far, the most frequently posted opinions above run like this:

    6 -- War Room (fee)
    5 -- Affilioblueprint
    4 -- Chris Farrell
    3 -- Earn1kaDay

    Any more thoughts?
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    • Profile picture of the author richieu
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      and of course 'The War Room'

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      • Profile picture of the author Mark Bradley
        Make that 5 votes for Chris Farrell.
        I've been a member for a year and it really is a great site; good quality info. updated daily,a thriving forum with helpful and knowledgeable people,
        free hosting,weekly webinars.Chris Farrell OVERDELIVERS,BIG TIME,and he genuinely wants to help people to succeed.
        I would recommend this site to anyone, especially newbies.

        Kind regards,

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  • Profile picture of the author CianMcCarthy
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  • Profile picture of the author Midas3 Consulting
    The "BluePrint " guys IMAdvantage is worth the small fee.

    The tools are well put together and always being improved and give you a good spread as far as back linking methods go.

    There's also a decent level of included courses, training and ongoing monthly content .
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    • Profile picture of the author Lance K
      The Net Reporter (Jim Edwards) is the one I get the most good out of.
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  • Profile picture of the author CanuckWarrior
    Originally Posted by candidate96 View Post

    Hello Warriors

    I am wondering which Membership Site you've joined has the most quality information?
    Which is the best Internet Marketing Membership Site?:rolleyes:
    Not to split hairs too much, but I think there is a huge difference between high quality information and high quality information with an action plan that a newbie could follow.

    I'm an ex-member of Wealthy Affiliates. My opinion, lots of high quality information, but when I was a newb, the sheer mass of information overwhelmed me. Don't know if that changed, but it never turned my crank.

    I'm also an ex-member of Job Crusher and like someone else said, it was way more useful before it turned into a Filsaime Flea Market.

    Affiloblueprint is a good product that is well laid out for a newbie, except it's geared exclusively towards Clickbank products. Personally, I much prefer anything NOT from Clickbank (i.e. physical products). You could still use AB in that manner I suppose, but a total newb may have a hard time making the leap in logic. Also, I absolutely can't stand the endless "get my $9K+ bonus" for (fill in the blank product of the day) pitches that pollute my inbox because I bought AB. But that's another story.

    Don't know anything first hand about the paid section of the Warrior Forum, Chris Farrel or Earn1KaDay, but I don't think I've ever heard anything bad about them.

    My personal favorite (if you're looking for a complete step by step newbie plan that will lead to a real online business and not just a bunch of head knowledge) is Dave Kelly's Super Apprentice.
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  • Profile picture of the author iNetMagic
    I have joined Chris Farrell membership site few months ago and having been learning 'heaps'. After 18 months of research, I am so glad that I finally found a right 'mentor'! Unlike other hyped-up, over-the-top so called marketing gurus, Chris is so down-to-earth and genuinely wanted to teach his students how to make money online and be successful. I really like his simple, easy to understand, 'step-by-step' teaching style. Chris often uploads tons of great content in his membership site, plus unlimited free hosting, cloaked link software. GREAT VALUE!

    Chris is now a full time Internet Marketer and is now making over $35,000+ online every month (all these incomes are verifiable). Chris' membership site has been voted No. 1 Internet Marketing Service by IMReportCard.com


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  • Profile picture of the author mingrelian
    For my money, and partly because I am a beginner, Chris Farrell's site, by a country mile. He overdelivers massively, he is totally genuine and committed to his members, and I've yet to find a bad thing said about him or his site. I have learned more usable stuff from him in a month than from almost anywhere else in several years.

    After that, I would put this forum and IM Report Card for honest opinions about IM and affiliate products.
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    Banned
    Is Chris the owner of IMReportCard though?
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  • Profile picture of the author zenji
    I used to be a member of Mark Lings affilorama. I think it great
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    • Profile picture of the author jaclay20
      Originally Posted by zenji View Post

      I used to be a member of Mark Lings affilorama. I think it great
      I second that, Affilorama is one of the best for newbies. I've learned alot there
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  • Profile picture of the author kb24
    I am thinking about joining chris farrell also thinking about re-joining wealthy affiliate..don't know which one.. I have a better idea of what I want to do.. plan wise.. but still debating..
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    • Profile picture of the author TimG
      Originally Posted by kb24 View Post

      I am thinking about joining chris farrell also thinking about re-joining wealthy affiliate..don't know which one.. I have a better idea of what I want to do.. plan wise.. but still debating..
      Keep in mind when making your choice that rejoining Wealthy Affiliate would have been cheaper for you a few weeks ago because they raised the membership price to $97 a month.

      Respectfully,
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  • Profile picture of the author Farai
    Warriors Forum is the best for me anytime anywhere. However, some forum also provide use industry specific information. I suggest you research based on the information and benefits you want to derive from the forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gardenbella
    The first membership site I ever joined was Niche Blogger. Great place to start for a newbie. Every month you get 30 days of information and after a year you don't pay anymore!
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Nice there's a couple listed here that I haven't heard of.

    The war room is good here too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Talkreal
    Howie Schwartz's Apprentice Voyeur revolutionized my way of looking at affiliate marketing. The info I gained from that membership remains the definitive blueprint for all of my IM efforts.
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  • Profile picture of the author octars
    Chris Farrel Period!
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    I agree you will be hard pressed to a better place than here.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheBrain
    Good one that lordof! A few other membership sites that I have heard of, but have no personal experience with: Dan Kennedy, Joe Vitale, Willie Crawford, Jay Abraham (These are the Gurus that offer the above service). Any warriors who have/are making money as a member of such sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author James Schramko
      Originally Posted by TheBrain View Post

      Jay Abraham..... Any warriors who have/are making money as a member of such sites?
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      I don't think Jay has a site however you should grab any of his material. I have had the good fortune to discuss business with him face to face. A few of my mentors have learned directly from him and he is a genius. Fantastic marketing brain.
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  • Profile picture of the author James12C
    War Room (except it isn't a membership site)
    Dennis Becker -= earn Ik a day
    Chris Farrell - if you're starting out
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  • Profile picture of the author Sell
    Chris Farrell Membership, totally worth it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Alchemium
    I liked the 30DayChallengePlus for quite some time. I like Ed Dale's style. The membership was worth it.
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  • earn1kaday is the best membership site period.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamus McKenna
    Warriorforum - Less BS and no Fluff! (If there is any it's called quickly too)
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  • Profile picture of the author vpgemini
    IM report card gave Chris Ferrils membership site and A plus and it actually seems quite reasonably priced too. I am seriously looking at that one right now.
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    • Originally Posted by vpgemini View Post

      IM report card gave Chris Ferrils membership site and A plus and it actually seems quite reasonably priced too. I am seriously looking at that one right now.

      Not to take anything away from Chris' membership because I am not a member and do not know the good and bad of it, but doesn't IM Report Card pay for reviews? I am not sure it is the most unbiased resource for reviews.
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  • Profile picture of the author Doug Taylor
    Earn 1 k a day is a great place to be. If you do small niche sites Wordpress Goldmine cant be beat.
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    PPC Coach is v good :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author JeromyS
    My vote is for this site! just beware not to get carried away with WSO's!
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  • Profile picture of the author John Ball
    Thank you for your feedback on the same question I've had recently. This thread has been up for 21 months and 37 membership programs have been mentioned. A spreadsheet of the 82 posts reveals that the number of positive mentions in this thread for memberships by all posters is:
    11 - Chris Farrell Membership
    11 - Warrior Forum
    10 - WAR ROOM
    9 - Wealthy Affiliate
    7 - Earn1KaDay
    6 - Affilioblueprint
    Positive membership mentions after this point fall to 3, 2, or 1.

    The number of positive mentions in this thread for memberships by WAR ROOM Members is:
    10 - WAR ROOM
    8 - Chris Farrell Membership
    6 - Earn1KaDay
    5 - Warrior Forum
    5 - Wealthy Affiliate
    5 - Affilioblueprint
    Positive membership mentions by WAR ROOM Members after this point fall to 2, 1, or
    0.

    The number of positive mentions in this thread for memberships by HyperActive Warriors is:
    5 - Earn1KaDay
    4 - Chris Farrell Membership
    3 - WAR ROOM
    3 - Wealthy Affiliate
    2 - Warrior Forum
    2 - Affilioblueprint
    Positive membership mentions by HyperActive Warriors after this point falls to 1 or 0.

    Thank you for the collective wisdom of the Warrior Forum through the sharing of your personal experiences.
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    • Profile picture of the author JMSD
      Originally Posted by John Ball View Post

      Thank you for your feedback on the same question I've had recently. This thread has been up for 21 months and 37 membership programs have been mentioned. A spreadsheet of the 82 posts reveals that the number of positive mentions in this thread for memberships by all posters is:
      11 - Chris Farrell Membership
      11 - Warrior Forum
      10 - WAR ROOM
      9 - Wealthy Affiliate
      7 - Earn1KaDay
      6 - Affilioblueprint
      Positive membership mentions after this point fall to 3, 2, or 1.

      The number of positive mentions in this thread for memberships by WAR ROOM Members is:
      10 - WAR ROOM
      8 - Chris Farrell Membership
      6 - Earn1KaDay
      5 - Warrior Forum
      5 - Wealthy Affiliate
      5 - Affilioblueprint
      Positive membership mentions by WAR ROOM Members after this point fall to 2, 1, or
      0.

      The number of positive mentions in this thread for memberships by HyperActive Warriors is:
      5 - Earn1KaDay
      4 - Chris Farrell Membership
      3 - WAR ROOM
      3 - Wealthy Affiliate
      2 - Warrior Forum
      2 - Affilioblueprint
      Positive membership mentions by HyperActive Warriors after this point falls to 1 or 0.

      Thank you for the collective wisdom of the Warrior Forum through the sharing of your personal experiences.
      Very interesting and useful summary of recommendations, thanks.

      Perhaps, you'd be good enough to update your summary in the coming months when more contributions are made. This would be of great help to many Warrior newcomers.

      Thanks, again.

      James
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  • Profile picture of the author Phillips Pierce
    I find it seriously disturbing how many single post 10 or less post warriors here are plugging Chris Farrels membership. Perhaps I just have a devious mind but it makes me really doubt legitimacy of these posters and of the membership website itself. If I were a newbie looking at Chris' membership site, these posts would make me reconsider.
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    • Profile picture of the author jabro
      Originally Posted by Phillips Pierce View Post

      I find it seriously disturbing how many single post 10 or less post warriors here are plugging Chris Farrels membership. Perhaps I just have a devious mind but it makes me really doubt legitimacy of these posters and of the membership website itself. If I were a newbie looking at Chris' membership site, these posts would make me reconsider.

      Uh, there were 3 people who recommended Chris with less than 20 posts. A 16, 10 and a 1 post. The rest were 90+ posts and 2 guys with over 300 posts.
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  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
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    People are not allowed to post a review here unless they have 20 posts. We do look at the recent posts of newbies to check they are not shills. So do other Warriors and I have just been in discussions with a Warrior about a thread that he thinks contains shills and I don't.

    Or unless they have paid out to be a War Room member. That would be an expensive way of promoting a new product ;-)

    As long as I have been moderating, loads of people have been praising Chris Farrell. Of course we check this out but it all seems genuine to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author JMSD
    Originally Posted by candidate96 View Post

    Hello Warriors

    I am wondering which Membership Site you've joined has the most quality information?
    Which is the best Internet Marketing Membership Site?:rolleyes:
    In my opinion, you couldn't do better than join the following:

    ChrisFarrellMembership.com - for complete beginners although there is a lot content for those of us who are more experienced and earning.

    BMyers.com - if you want to know anything and everything to do with creating/editing/publlishing DVDs, Videos, software and anything technical although there's help for just about anything you care to ask about. Bill is an active participant of his forum and at $9.95/m, you have a mentor on tap who never fails to amaze me and fellow-members with his generosity in sharing his knowledge, expertise and resources. I've been a member for four years and will remain so until he pulls his membership site.

    TheNetReporter.com - Jim Edward is the "King of Webinar" for a good reason. He knows how to interview his guests to extract more information from them than they ever dreamed of disclosing to the benefit of his members. His MiniSiteCreator course was/is excellent and he produces video tutorials on just about anything and everything Internet Marketing so that one has a job keeping up with the content. I never fail to learn something important and new on every visit to the members' area.

    WarriorForum/WarRoom - A lot of generous members here but especially in the War Room. Unbelievable value but please don't change the fee structure for existing members!

    BloggingBeginners.com - free membership site (need to opt in) chocker block full of video tutorials on setting up Wordpress sites from scratch - from Fantastico Deluxe install to full-blown sites - every single step is shown clearly so that you need watch each video and copy the actions before moving onto the next video and the next steps.

    If you are a member of all of the above, you wouldn't need to look elsewhere, especially when first starting out. What is more, you'd stay focused and not run the risk of spending money on the latest and brightest new toy to distract you from your main objective. Taking action for profit.

    James
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucablight32
    I would say Niche Profit Classroom, Chris Farrell Membership and Affilorama in no particular order
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