Harris Fellman...Your Instant Site....Anyone tried this

by maab
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Just cleaning up my emails and come across
this one Harris Fellmans Your Instant Site
it's not hypie or any BS.

Did a search on here but can't find anything

Here's a little off the sales page I'm not an affiliate
just want to know if anyone knows or tried this

I really like the idea of a 7 day challenge instead of the
usual 7 day trial.





So, I'm not going to say the same B.S that 'they' usually tell you about how this is all you'll ever need - puh-lease!...
Are you kidding me?? Do you really think businesses don't constantly look to learn new and better ways of doing things? Any company with half a brain continues to strive for improvement...
And so will you.
So what "Your Instant Site" is all about is that you will FINALLY get started in your business.
To get you set up with a site...
To begin building your business...
To start driving traffic to your business...
And to start making money with what you're doing.
It's about getting started and getting your feet wet so that when you DO invest in additional products or services that you can actually apply them to your business. That's right, I said YOUR business. YOUR website on YOUR domain. YOUR energy invested in getting it going. Your pride in ownership when it starts making you money. YOUR "Boo-Yah" to the family and friends that poo-poo'd your dreams all along.
The sad thing that's happening out there, because they're all selling us the magic button, is that they are robbing us of the JOY of actually accomplishing something for ourselves. We think that kind of magic button is out there - so our 'work' becomes finding the magic button instead of creating a successful online business!!! Tragic.
I feel it's time to turn that all around. I've created what I genuinely think is an unbeatable offer.
No magic money button. Just the truth, and my real fear is that you'll miss it because you're conditioned to think that if the money button is NOT there... then it won't work. But listen, I'm offering you 5 instant sites, traffic-getting software, and killer training -- all for less than a dollar a day (the software alone is easily worth four times that, the site is worth twice that, and the training is, well, priceless, right?)
But you don't know me from Adam. Why give any credence to what I'm telling you?
So, what if you just skip it and go back to your search for the magic money button without ever really getting started?!? Without ever really getting a site set up?!?
I thought long and hard about this until my wife gave me a great idea.

You see, I was struggling with how to appropriately offer this to you.
The last thing I wanted as customers were the people that are doomed to fail because they still believe that they can somehow succeed without even the basics (a site and traffic going to it)... I didn't want the people who would get this, not do anything with it, and then spend the next few months complaining and wasting their time and mine.
So, I came up with the idea to do a 7 day trial for just $4.95 so you could see how everything really works but then my wife gave me an incredible idea...
I told you earlier, she doesn't have a marketing bone in her body...
But she's extremely logical.
When we were discussing the 7 day trial idea that night she said, "Forget the Trial. Why not make it a
'7 day challenge' instead?"
#fellmanyour #harris #instant #siteanyone
  • Profile picture of the author maab
    I can't believe there's nothing on this.
    Even did a google search and there's
    nothing.

    Someone must of heard of it surely :confused:
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    • Profile picture of the author HarrisFellman
      We've just recently launched this service and haven't promoted it very much.

      Honestly, that sales page isn't converting very well - so, I didn't feel good asking too many affiliates to promote it. I think this market place is too used to being overhyped and they want sites that are actually all 100% done for them. (We set up a site for them - but we don't give you site content with this particular offer).

      It's honestly a great offer though. I thought it was a no-brainer.

      We'll retool the sales letter and re-release it at a later date.

      But I stand behind the product 100%.

      I have a question for you all though -- and I mean no offense.

      Doesn't a SUPER LOW-PRICED TRIAL mean anything to anyone any more? I mean, we actually get pre-sales questions as if you'd think people were spending $500 -- when it's just a $4.95 trial. This seems to be the norm lately to be honest with you. I mean, that's the idea of the low-priced trial - you can find out for yourself for five bucks -- no need to google it or go to the warrior forum.

      I guess people have become so distrusting of potential marketing ploys now-a-days that it doesn't have as strong an effect.

      What's your opinions on this?
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      • Profile picture of the author Stephen Crooks
        People are generally jaded when it comes to new offers and I don't think it has anything to do with parting with $4.95. It is all to do with the main question of "am I wasting yet more of my valuable time?"..

        I guess it's reasurring for potential customers to know that the system works and if they don't know about the product then this raises doubts. Trial offers just add to this malaise in my opinion because it raises doubts in people's minds with questions like "Why offer a trial, is it because it isn't selling?". It is the good old follow-the-sheep mentality.



        Originally Posted by HarrisFellman View Post

        We've just recently launched this service and haven't promoted it very much.

        Honestly, that sales page isn't converting very well - so, I didn't feel good asking too many affiliates to promote it. I think this market place is too used to being overhyped and they want sites that are actually all 100% done for them. (We set up a site for them - but we don't give you site content with this particular offer).

        It's honestly a great offer though. I thought it was a no-brainer.

        We'll retool the sales letter and re-release it at a later date.

        But I stand behind the product 100%.

        I have a question for you all though -- and I mean no offense.

        Doesn't a SUPER LOW-PRICED TRIAL mean anything to anyone any more? I mean, we actually get pre-sales questions as if you'd think people were spending $500 -- when it's just a $4.95 trial. This seems to be the norm lately to be honest with you. I mean, that's the idea of the low-priced trial - you can find out for yourself for five bucks -- no need to google it or go to the warrior forum.

        I guess people have become so distrusting of potential marketing ploys now-a-days that it doesn't have as strong an effect.

        What's your opinions on this?
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      • Profile picture of the author maab
        Originally Posted by HarrisFellman View Post

        We've just recently launched this service and haven't promoted it very much.

        Honestly, that sales page isn't converting very well - so, I didn't feel good asking too many affiliates to promote it. I think this market place is too used to being overhyped and they want sites that are actually all 100% done for them. (We set up a site for them - but we don't give you site content with this particular offer).

        It's honestly a great offer though. I thought it was a no-brainer.

        We'll retool the sales letter and re-release it at a later date.

        But I stand behind the product 100%.

        I have a question for you all though -- and I mean no offense.

        Doesn't a SUPER LOW-PRICED TRIAL mean anything to anyone any more? I mean, we actually get pre-sales questions as if you'd think people were spending $500 -- when it's just a $4.95 trial. This seems to be the norm lately to be honest with you. I mean, that's the idea of the low-priced trial - you can find out for yourself for five bucks -- no need to google it or go to the warrior forum.

        I guess people have become so distrusting of potential marketing ploys now-a-days that it doesn't have as strong an effect.

        What's your opinions on this?


        Well quite frankly I've learned my lesson on jumping into things
        without doing some research before hand.

        I signed up for program that was here in Australia that supposedly
        teaching you a-z of affiliate marketing, you paid $19.95 for the 1st month
        trial then $60 there after, that was the biggest load of rubbish I've
        ever purchased so I tried to cancel, support never answered emails
        the owner of the program never answered emails and he didn't answer
        his ph. So I was charged again. I eventually got a refund but with a lot
        of time wasted trying to get it.

        If I had of done some research on that program first I would of found
        out there was a lot of extremely unhappy people trying to cancel
        and having the same problems as I did.

        So I don't care if it's even a dollar trial I will do a search on it first.
        It saves a lot of headaches later.
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        • Profile picture of the author HarrisFellman
          Fair enough - thanks for your replies.
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          • Profile picture of the author Lovebostons
            I agree with MAAB. People are all so very wary nowadays and are doing a ton of research before they buy anything. I always come here to check things out before I buy or promote.

            I liked your honesty on the sales page and actually like the "calm" no nonsense approach. Unfortunately people don't want to face the reality that they have to "work" at this. They want instant success.

            Your sales page said there was a live chat at the top of the page so I went there just to ask if this could be integrated with wordpress, I wasn't sure by your sales page, maybe you mentioned it but I didn't get that far. But anyway the chat was not live and it said to leave a message so I tried and couldn't..that sent bells ringing and I came here.

            I applaud you for responding here though.

            I think your sales page was clear that you have to "work"..it is sad but true everyone wants to be a rockstar within minutes.
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            • Profile picture of the author LarryW
              I heard of the Your Instant Site program, YIS, almost a year ago, and read the entire page, and played the video with pauses and replay... it was very interesting!

              I guess the reason I did not join (besides too many other things distracting me) is just prior I had spent even longer going over all the material for SBI, and thought they might compare in some ways... plus I had seen membership programs like Maverick (Millionaires?), and SFM and such. I was not wanting any repeated monthly expenses.

              I think at the time I got hung up on the idea that 5 sites for the monthly fee was more expensive than unlimited sites for a similar fee by another? And then I was just lost in what is offered by so many that were not clear except they teach everything I guess (or at least "something" to make lots of money?). Ya know.

              Today I skimmed down the YIS sales page again to the list of what one gets, and I also played the video again. And I hit pause and replay over & over. I can better see what this is about now, after learning what a good website needs, and learning more about IM. And reading about SEO without doing all of that yet.

              WordPress is used! It seems promotion will include video (and articles).

              I can understand better now what YIS is giving people, and I can really see how their traffic section is all set up for beginners. And automated to be easy and great for anyone to use (even Harris himself).

              YIS was meant for me! And others like me (no I am not an affiliate). If I had joined months ago I would be on my way, instead of still spinning wheels.

              I have a pile of unfinished business, but I hope to give this some more thought.. it will be the time commitment to this direction that is a concern more than the $5... (yet if this is the direction for my business what am I waiting for??).

              So that is how I see it. And the biggest problem I have is that the 30+ emails I get each day for WSOs, and two 2:00 free webinars I signed up for tomorrow ... then the 6PM webinar is really going to be good ... well this indicates that I do need to get my direction straight. Soon.

              Larry
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  • Profile picture of the author Manivannan
    As far as I'm concerned I won't buy a product even for $1 without doing proper research!
    Reason:I'm in India.
    $5 =Rs.250 for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
    I think that people are also suspicious that you are just trying to get their payment details to sign them up for something else.

    There are regular posts on here from people who've paid a small amount of money upfront only to find that they've signed up, in the smallprint, for a monthly subscription.

    Pearson
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