Quit My 9 to 5 by Jen Somers and Jamie Lewis

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I just received an email today from Nick Marks regarding this program by Jen Somers (and Jamie Lewis) and I'm wondering if anyone has purchased this and can give a review.

Here's the website LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE: Copy all our campaigns and launch a profitable online business immediately.. (not affiliate link). The price is $37 but if you try to exit, it will become $27. Thanks before.

Felix
#jamie #jen #lewis #quit #somers
  • Profile picture of the author sallycev
    I received this email too Felix.

    I have to be up front and say that I have not reviewed it so I can't speak to what's inside at this point but I have to ask myself a couple of questions after reviewing the sales page:

    1) If anyone is making that kind of money with their campaigns, why would they bother putting together a product to sell for $37 ($27 after clicking away)?

    2) If they even limit the product to a couple hundred marketers won't that still render the campaigns ineffective if too many all use the exact same campaigns?

    3) Lastly, it is a small investment and has a money back guarantee so is it worth the time and trouble to go for it and give it a look see since there is no risk?

    Just some things to think about.

    I'll come back to see if anyone takes the plunge and posts a review of the inside.

    Cheers!
    Sally
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    • Profile picture of the author El Zorro
      Originally Posted by sallycev View Post

      1) If anyone is making that kind of money with their campaigns, why would they bother putting together a product to sell for $37 ($27 after clicking away)?
      I hope I am not putting this out of context but that's not what a marketer should think.

      There are actually some reasons why they should sell those products:

      1. Because they can still make money out of them.

      2. Because that gives them a little more recognition in the market and potential JV partners that could have lists in other niches as well, opening the doors to more oportunities.

      3. And the most important, because every person that purchases the product will be automatically in their list. A list of buyers can be more profitable than a list of freebie seekers.

      Imagine that you are selling to the weight loss niche and want to diversify your income sources. A good way could be to enter the Internet Marketing niche by selling to them how you sell to the weight loss niche.

      Doesn't that make sense? It makes to me.

      The market will NOT become saturated, that's what some people want to make us believe so that they can profit with less competition.

      Regards,

      El Zorro
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      • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lewis
        Good stuff, El Zorro.

        Originally Posted by El Zorro View Post

        I hope I am not putting this out of context but that's not what a marketer should think.

        There are actually some reasons why they should sell those products:

        1. Because they can still make money out of them.

        2. Because that gives them a little more recognition in the market and potential JV partners that could have lists in other niches as well, opening the doors to more oportunities.

        3. And the most important, because every person that purchases the product will be automatically in their list. A list of buyers can be more profitable than a list of freebie seekers.

        Imagine that you are selling to the weight loss niche and want to diversify your income sources. A good way could be to enter the Internet Marketing niche by selling to them how you sell to the weight loss niche.

        Doesn't that make sense? It makes to me.

        The market will NOT become saturated, that's what some people want to make us believe so that they can profit with less competition.

        Regards,

        El Zorro
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  • Profile picture of the author GaryBurke
    Here is my review.
    I went to the website and watched the video which didnt tell you much except how much money she was making with all the screeshots of accounts.
    I read through the site to try and get an idea of what you were buying into,so decided to fill out the optin form that you were going to get some leaked videos with and a newsletter.
    I filled this form out 5 times and have still not recieved anything all that happens when you click the submit button is you just go back to where you came from at the start of the page.
    I then email the support and told them what happened and their reply was
    "we are here to help you please tell me what problem you are having"
    replying to the support email saying everything again that I am not being redirected to the membership page for the free information,I get a reply
    " I am here to help you please forward a copy of your payment reciept so I can check your log in details"

    My reply was this
    "Good God dont you people read your emails to the support.
    As I have told you in 3 emails now I have not purchased this product as I do not have the information I requested"

    reply from support
    "I am here to help you please tell me what problem you are having"

    my reply to them was this
    "If the program is anything like their support I will not be purchasing it"

    My advice is to stay away as it looks like you will pay for something you already know and get no support
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    • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lewis
      Originally Posted by GaryBurke View Post

      Here is my review.
      I went to the website and watched the video which didnt tell you much except how much money she was making with all the screeshots of accounts.
      I read through the site to try and get an idea of what you were buying into,so decided to fill out the optin form that you were going to get some leaked videos with and a newsletter.
      I filled this form out 5 times and have still not recieved anything all that happens when you click the submit button is you just go back to where you came from at the start of the page.
      I then email the support and told them what happened and their reply was
      "we are here to help you please tell me what problem you are having"
      replying to the support email saying everything again that I am not being redirected to the membership page for the free information,I get a reply
      " I am here to help you please forward a copy of your payment reciept so I can check your log in details"

      My reply was this
      "Good God dont you people read your emails to the support.
      As I have told you in 3 emails now I have not purchased this product as I do not have the information I requested"

      reply from support
      "I am here to help you please tell me what problem you are having"

      my reply to them was this
      "If the program is anything like their support I will not be purchasing it"

      My advice is to stay away as it looks like you will pay for something you already know and get no support

      Hi there,

      I think the problem you are having is that we dont have a "thank you page" when you subscribe on the home page. It sends an email to confirm your subscription instead. It can go either way when you have an opt in form on your site. Some visitors have a hard time navigating back if there is a thank you page, some visitors (like yourself) have a hard time without a visible confirmation at the point of opting in. I will discuss with my coder the possibility of having it re-direct automatically but I cant guarantee it will work to solve your problem.

      Happy new year,

      Jamie
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  • Profile picture of the author GaryBurke
    I might like to add that the email I recieved to go the site was from a big name "Guru" Shawn Casey whom I have purchased a lot of things from and subscribed to his newsletter and trust his reccommendations.
    Obviously he has not looked at this product before reccommending it to his list so I am dissapointed in his judgement
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    • Profile picture of the author jeffrey73
      Originally Posted by GaryBurke View Post

      I might like to add that the email I recieved to go the site was from a big name "Guru" Shawn Casey whom I have purchased a lot of things from and subscribed to his newsletter and trust his reccommendations.
      Obviously he has not looked at this product before reccommending it to his list so I am dissapointed in his judgement
      LOL. That was your first mistake. Don't ever trust someone that looks, acts, or could possibly "become" a guru. Eventually they will promote everything under the sun with no remorse.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lewis
      Originally Posted by GaryBurke View Post

      I might like to add that the email I recieved to go the site was from a big name "Guru" Shawn Casey whom I have purchased a lot of things from and subscribed to his newsletter and trust his reccommendations.
      Obviously he has not looked at this product before reccommending it to his list so I am dissapointed in his judgement
      Hi Gary,

      Have you yourself even "looked at this product?" Please correct me if Im wrong but from what I got from your initial "review" was that you did not purchase the product because you had trouble subscribing to our front end newsletter.

      I would recommend purchasing a product and trying it out first before "reviewing" it and questioning one of our affiliate's "judgement." -Just my 2 cents.

      As far as the video and sales page go, Quitmy9to5 is a collection of high end campaigns. We are striving to soon have as many as 250+ campaigns, mostly products through CJ.com and Amazon, as well as many digital products through Clickbank and other solutions as well. If you scroll down the home page, about halfway down we list the actual elements of Quitmy9to5 whether its the videos contained in the course or the actual campaigns in the database.


      Thanks,

      Jamie
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      • Profile picture of the author GaryBurke
        Hi Jamie
        I filled in the opt in page to get the leaked videos for more info but got nothing.
        If you read my review you will see the responses I got to my questions from the support which is why I did not purchase the product.
        All I wanted was more information before I purchased but got nothing .
        Upon reading the review by Sally it seems to be rehashed information that was released a few years ago but still probably value for someone starting out who wants to learn the basics
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  • Profile picture of the author sallycev
    Well, I decided to grab it since it was so inexpensive, check it out and come back to review for those that are curious.

    First, it was refreshing to only have one reduction in price when you click away and no upsells or popups after that! You just pay and get the product.

    The course consists of:
    19 Videos
    I watched them all as they are fairly short videos. They are instructional videos showing how to do most basic things on up to more advanced methods of marketing. There are some step by step methods shown in some of the videos and some are just overviews of some methods which is where I think a "newbie" would not have enough information to implement just from the videos.

    There are a couple of large ebooks included. One is 185 pages and the other 191 pages. There are quite a few resources listed inside the books that are helpful. I already knew about most of them but there were a few I hadn't heard of yet.

    I did not read every word yet but skimmed through them both. They are packed with a lot of information and methods for marketing. Some good resources inside. Not too much that was "new" to me but good information.

    The information doesn't seem to include detailed steps for current buzz around marketing with social media. Only one video talks about social media and there are no instructions on how to do anything in that video, just an overview.

    Lastly, it does come with some tools to write and submit articles. My personal experience with using a pre-written article software that was supposed to "spin" them is that when submitted it was still considered "duplicate content" so I'm not sure how well that will work. I haven't tried this one yet so I can't say it would be the same experience.

    That is one area that could become "saturated" as I mentioned above.

    All in all, if I were new to internet marketing I think the resources and information inside would be helpful.

    I hope that is helpful to anyone interested in this product.

    Cheers!
    Sally

    P.S. I forgot the most important part, is it worth the price? Yes, I believe that you get more than what you pay for here, even though most of it isn't new to me I believe that for the price they do over deliver with information and resources.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lewis
      Originally Posted by sallycev View Post

      Well, I decided to grab it since it was so inexpensive, check it out and come back to review for those that are curious.

      First, it was refreshing to only have one reduction in price when you click away and no upsells or popups after that! You just pay and get the product.

      The course consists of:
      19 Videos
      I watched them all as they are fairly short videos. They are instructional videos showing how to do most basic things on up to more advanced methods of marketing. There are some step by step methods shown in some of the videos and some are just overviews of some methods which is where I think a "newbie" would not have enough information to implement just from the videos.

      There are a couple of large ebooks included. One is 185 pages and the other 191 pages. There are quite a few resources listed inside the books that are helpful. I already knew about most of them but there were a few I hadn't heard of yet.

      I did not read every word yet but skimmed through them both. They are packed with a lot of information and methods for marketing. Some good resources inside. Not too much that was "new" to me but good information.

      The information doesn't seem to include detailed steps for current buzz around marketing with social media. Only one video talks about social media and there are no instructions on how to do anything in that video, just an overview.

      Lastly, it does come with some tools to write and submit articles. My personal experience with using a pre-written article software that was supposed to "spin" them is that when submitted it was still considered "duplicate content" so I'm not sure how well that will work. I haven't tried this one yet so I can't say it would be the same experience.

      That is one area that could become "saturated" as I mentioned above.

      All in all, if I were new to internet marketing I think the resources and information inside would be helpful.

      I hope that is helpful to anyone interested in this product.

      Cheers!
      Sally

      P.S. I forgot the most important part, is it worth the price? Yes, I believe that you get more than what you pay for here, even though most of it isn't new to me I believe that for the price they do over deliver with information and resources.

      Thanks for the review Sally.

      Pretty positive and thorough, But what about the campaigns!

      Quitmy9to5 is all about the campaigns! I think you forgot to mention them.

      Jamie
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      • Profile picture of the author Frank Tocco
        Originally Posted by Jamie Lewis View Post

        Thanks for the review Sally.

        Pretty positive and thorough, But what about the campaigns!

        Quitmy9to5 is all about the campaigns! I think you forgot to mention them.

        Jamie

        Yeah, what about the campaigns! That's what the whole product is supposed to be about. Can you give a review about the campaigns please?
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Tocco
      Originally Posted by sallycev View Post

      Well, I decided to grab it since it was so inexpensive, check it out and come back to review for those that are curious.

      First, it was refreshing to only have one reduction in price when you click away and no upsells or popups after that! You just pay and get the product.

      The course consists of:
      19 Videos
      I watched them all as they are fairly short videos. They are instructional videos showing how to do most basic things on up to more advanced methods of marketing. There are some step by step methods shown in some of the videos and some are just overviews of some methods which is where I think a "newbie" would not have enough information to implement just from the videos.

      There are a couple of large ebooks included. One is 185 pages and the other 191 pages. There are quite a few resources listed inside the books that are helpful. I already knew about most of them but there were a few I hadn't heard of yet.

      I did not read every word yet but skimmed through them both. They are packed with a lot of information and methods for marketing. Some good resources inside. Not too much that was "new" to me but good information.

      The information doesn't seem to include detailed steps for current buzz around marketing with social media. Only one video talks about social media and there are no instructions on how to do anything in that video, just an overview.

      Lastly, it does come with some tools to write and submit articles. My personal experience with using a pre-written article software that was supposed to "spin" them is that when submitted it was still considered "duplicate content" so I'm not sure how well that will work. I haven't tried this one yet so I can't say it would be the same experience.

      That is one area that could become "saturated" as I mentioned above.

      All in all, if I were new to internet marketing I think the resources and information inside would be helpful.

      I hope that is helpful to anyone interested in this product.

      Cheers!
      Sally

      P.S. I forgot the most important part, is it worth the price? Yes, I believe that you get more than what you pay for here, even though most of it isn't new to me I believe that for the price they do over deliver with information and resources.
      Sally, what about the campaigns? What does it teach you about creating these high-paying campaigns?
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      • Profile picture of the author TimNesbitt
        Jamie Lewis the campaigns are AWESOME especially for a newbie. What I like best about the campaigns is that a lot of the product they recommend for you to promote will make you a quite a bit of money with just 1 SALE!

        So even if you were to only convert say 1% you should be able to make quite a bit of money and he even includes some lower priced Commission Junction products as well as some Clickbank products.

        However my favorite are those high dollar products because I think people forget there are people out there looking for those products, because even though they are high dollar items, we are talking some of these products cost THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS they are often overlooked by other marketers because they don't think they will sale, which is not the truth at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author ecdavis
    Sally: I'll echo the other requests for your feedback regarding the campaigns.

    Jamie: Thank you for commenting. I also received an email with a link to the product and was interested in the campaigns and was wondering if you were a real person or a fiction of a sales letter. Also, thank you for commenting more about the campaigns.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jayjay1
    tim - nice write up - but are you or anyone else making money with these campaigns? and would they not get a little saturated?
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  • Profile picture of the author baokhau
    This is mainly about article marketing. I hate this method to get targeted traffic to my niches
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    • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lewis
      Originally Posted by khb3283 View Post

      This is mainly about article marketing. I hate this method to get targeted traffic to my niches
      Its about Physical products.. Mainly high end commissions.
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      • Profile picture of the author johninmn
        Originally Posted by Jamie Lewis View Post

        Its about Physical products.. Mainly high end commissions.
        Jamie;

        I am a sales rep and I am used to calling on business owners. I noticed there is an offline section. Is it possible to take these high priced physical items and approach businesses to buy them and get a commission this way?

        Thanks.

        John
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        mobile mobile mobile mobile etc....

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        • Profile picture of the author nbcreviews
          Hi Jamie

          Does this product come with all the articles to promote the products that you identify ??? If so i am in!!!
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          • Profile picture of the author TimNesbitt
            It does have articles however not for the Commission Junction products, it is mostly focused on PPC Ad Campaigns which he has pretty much done all the work for you as far as that goes right down to how much you should bid as well as ad itself.

            I actually have a generic site that I use to test plugins and softwares with and I put one of the Commission Junction products on there with a pic and a description of the product etc. and I have been getting a decent amount of traffic to that product with just that alone. The commission for that product is pretty high as well.

            I really like the product myself however if you are not into PPC then you may not like it but at some point and time if you are doing internet marketing you are going to have to do a little PPC ads and this is the perfect product for it!

            Tim
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    I just got this product on launch (2.0) day and am loving it so far. I cant post my video HERE bc i say 'click the link' in it, which constitutes an affiliate link (LOL) but if you want to see the members area, etc, check out my youtube channel (icon under my name).

    It's a good product, I recommend it - it's good stuff,
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    Too lazy to write something clever here, so check out my marketing blog and learn from a REAL Super Affiliate at JeffLenney.com

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