Nano Continuity by Ryan Lee?

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Just got an email on this...
#continuity #lee #nano #ryan
  • Profile picture of the author Joe118
    Got it too, watching the video, here we go again, you've been lied to, ...

    EDIT: Another guy who bought a Range Rover... What's up with that?
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    • Profile picture of the author mpx305
      LMAO! would be nice if they changed up the routine once in a while...lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe118
    OK so at least the sales video is slightly better than the run of the mill guru launches --
    • Its only 6 minutes (thankfully)
    • It actually says what you're going to get (refreshing honesty)
    • Only a few of the usual tactics (time limits, I could sell this for 2K, yada)
    • It looks (from the outside) like a good value at $37
    If anyone gets this, I'd love a real review.
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    • Profile picture of the author Global365
      Just finished watching video also..will wait for reviews. I am sure there are some massive upsells or Sean Donahoe would not be wasting his time on a $37 product.
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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Wiechert
        I agree, there must be some hughe upsells ...
        Would be interested in this one, but would like to know on what kind of platform it runs ?
        I think that´s one of the key issues, besides all the additional softwares / plugins you might need.
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        • Profile picture of the author Bcrewse1
          Yes..there are upsells ( of course!) $197 - $97 and $47. That's the info I got from clickbank so don't know exactly what they are.
          Will also wait for any further reviews from anyone who has bought. Very skeptical of this one cause it definitely walks like a duck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jimspeed
    I mean.. it's Ryan Lee- I expect a pretty good training course from him...
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
    Hey Guys,

    Thanks for asking about Nano Continuity. I'm all about transparency.

    1. Yes - there are upsells in place. However (and I will probably lose sales by saying this), they are NOT required to create Nano Continuity. They are for more advanced continuity training (newsletters, producer models, etc.).

    2. I bought my range rover 2 years ago

    3. It really is a complete system and I really was going to make it an expensive $2K course to have my "guru" buddies promote. I want to reach new customers and I know by delivering exceptional value - they will be around for a long time. Some of the guys promoting this can feel good about promoting this offer (plus, they can make money too - which is a nice bonus

    I started my first site back in 1999 and the biggest reason I'm still here is because I work my butt off to deliver great value and develop long-term relationships.

    Unfortunately, most marketers are short sighted. But the real gold is in the relationships.

    Rock 'on,
    Ryan
    Nano Continuity
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    • Profile picture of the author rlpruitt
      Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

      Hey Guys,

      Thanks for asking about Nano Continuity. I'm all about transparency.

      ...

      I started my first site back in 1999 and the biggest reason I'm still here is because I work my butt off to deliver great value and develop long-term relationships.

      Unfortunately, most marketers are short sighted. But the real gold is in the relationships.

      Rock 'on,
      Ryan
      Nano Continuity
      Ryan,

      Thanks for weighing in.

      I'm considering buying your product if only to get a few new ideas. I've created a WordPress membership (continuity) plugin and I'm always interested in new ideas for profiting from continuity.

      However, I'm somewhat hesitant and, since you're here, I gotta ask...

      If "the way to true wealth" (quote from your sales video) is Nano Continuity, why are you selling this as a product? If you've been doing this for over 10 years, using your own projections you should be making hundreds of thousands of dollars each month through continuity. I would think you would release this kind of training as a continuity program.

      Does Nano Continuity have a "limit" such that a marketer can reach a point where income increases only come through "stand-alone" product sales?

      This is not an attempt to trash Nano Continuity. It's an actual concern I have as I consider purchasing. I just seems a bit contradictory to me that, after years of using "the most powerful" business model (again, quote from sales video) you seem to be forsaking that model to sell a stand alone product.

      Thanks in advance,

      Ralph
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      • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
        Originally Posted by rlpruitt View Post

        However, I'm somewhat hesitant and, since you're here, I gotta ask...

        If "the way to true wealth" (quote from your sales video) is Nano Continuity, why are you selling this as a product? If you've been doing this for over 10 years, using your own projections you should be making hundreds of thousands of dollars each month through continuity. I would think you would release this kind of training as a continuity program.

        Does Nano Continuity have a "limit" such that a marketer can reach a point where income increases only come through "stand-alone" product sales?

        This is not an attempt to trash Nano Continuity. It's an actual concern I have as I consider purchasing. I just seems a bit contradictory to me that, after years of using "the most powerful" business model (again, quote from sales video) you seem to be forsaking that model to sell a stand alone product.

        Thanks in advance,

        Ralph
        Hey Ralph,

        I appreciate your question and your honesty.

        First, I have to say that I do in fact earn a really hefty six figure monthly income online. Most of it is with continuity! Some of my continuity programs are membership sites, software programs and even a supplement company that is about to hit seven figures per month.

        So I do practice what I preach.

        The "Nano" Model is something I've been experimenting with recently - and I'm loving it! Conversions are up and they are buyers.

        So why the heck would I teach this stuff?

        1. I really do love teaching internet marketing. I've been teaching pure IM for the past 5+ years ever since Yanik Silver dragged me on stage speak at his 2nd Underground event. It's in my blood and if you've ever bought my products or have seen me speak, you'll see how passionate I am.

        It's no longer just about the money - I will do this forever!

        2. I haven't done a "clickbank" product in years. My first one was back in 2001 and I'm ready to jump back in. I want to reach new customers and keep filling my funnel.

        3. By reaching new affiliates who are promoting this program, I'm establishing new relationships. I'm all about relationship building.

        4. No matter how much money you have, it's still nice to have a seven figure payday over the course of 7 days. I'll take that every day! Most of my income comes from continuity, but I will still do a few big launches a year. It also keeps you front and center in the marketplace.

        I hope that answers your questions Ralph.

        Best,
        Ryan
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        P.S. Later today I'm adding some new copy with some killer bonuses too. Make sure to check that out around 3pm EST today
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        • Profile picture of the author Wuuki
          Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

          Hey Ralph,

          I appreciate your question and your honesty.

          First, I have to say that I do in fact earn a really hefty six figure monthly income online. Most of it is with continuity!...............

          The "Nano" Model is something I've been experimenting with recently - and I'm loving it! Conversions are up and they are buyers.

          Best,
          Ryan
          Nano Continuity

          P.S. Later today I'm adding some new copy with some killer bonuses too. Make sure to check that out around 3pm EST today
          Hi Ryan,

          How much time does it take to go through your course and put it on track?

          I am searching for a new model to be introduced to my students, - 99% focused on CPA & Paid Traffic Models so far-, which must have the potential to be scaled to $250k per year within 6 months.

          Most of them are full time marketers.

          Thanks in advance,

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          • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
            Originally Posted by Wuuki View Post

            Hi Ryan,

            How much time does it take to go through your course and put it on track?
            Hi Volker,

            The course if a few hours long.

            It really doesn't take long to create Nano offers. It depends on how quickly you work and if you already have content in place.

            Ryan
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        • Profile picture of the author rlpruitt
          Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

          Hey Ralph,

          I appreciate your question and your honesty.

          First, I have to say...

          I hope that answers your questions Ralph.

          Best,
          Ryan
          Nano Continuity

          P.S. Later today I'm adding some new copy with some killer bonuses too. Make sure to check that out around 3pm EST today
          Ryan,

          Thanks for taking the time to address my concerns. I'm still a somewhat hesitant 'cause I'm a skeptic (bought so much garbage in the past) but I gave it a go and purchased the course.

          Thanks again for your consideration,

          Ralph

          P.S. FELLOW WARRIORS: I won't have time in my schedule to go through the course for another few days so, unfortunately, I won't be able to provide a timely review.
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          • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
            Originally Posted by rlpruitt View Post

            Ryan,

            Thanks for taking the time to address my concerns. I'm still a somewhat hesitant 'cause I'm a skeptic (bought so much garbage in the past) but I gave it a go and purchased the course.

            Thanks again for your consideration,

            Ralph
            Ralph,

            I understand your skepticism - I am very skeptical tool. There's a lot of crap on the market (seems to have gotten even worse over the past year).

            Looking forward to your feedback.

            BTW, I just added a free ticket to the next Continuity Summit as a bonus - so I hope to see you in Stamford!

            Best,
            Ryan
            Nano Continuity
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe118
      Ryan

      Thanks for this kind of answer. Honest, standup, clear, no flim-flam -- we need more of this.

      Based on this answer I'm your customer -- going to buy for the $37 you ask and see if I have anything more to learn (d'oh). I run 2 successful continuity programs already as you can see from my sig, and I'm not achieving the kind of retention you're talking about, plus it is much more work than you imply, even with 5 VAs, so I must be doing something wrong.

      I agree with you -- the gold is in the relationship.

      Thanks again and I look forward to being your client for a long time

      --Joe

      Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

      Hey Guys,

      Thanks for asking about Nano Continuity. I'm all about transparency.

      1. Yes - there are upsells in place. However (and I will probably lose sales by saying this), they are NOT required to create Nano Continuity. They are for more advanced continuity training (newsletters, producer models, etc.).

      2. I bought my range rover 2 years ago

      3. It really is a complete system and I really was going to make it an expensive $2K course to have my "guru" buddies promote. I want to reach new customers and I know by delivering exceptional value - they will be around for a long time. Some of the guys promoting this can feel good about promoting this offer (plus, they can make money too - which is a nice bonus

      I started my first site back in 1999 and the biggest reason I'm still here is because I work my butt off to deliver great value and develop long-term relationships.

      Unfortunately, most marketers are short sighted. But the real gold is in the relationships.

      Rock 'on,
      Ryan
      Nano Continuity
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      • Profile picture of the author mpx305
        Hey Joe,

        Please don't forget to let us know what you think of the product, I am definitely interested in your opinion.

        Regards,

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    • Profile picture of the author Noctilus
      Wow Ryan actually answered ... I think the only other time was just once when the seller actively took the time on WF to answer queries. Now Im definitely going to look into this. Im very keen on starting with this side of IM.....
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      • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
        Originally Posted by quickonlinemoneymaking View Post

        Wow Ryan actually answered ... I think the only other time was just once when the seller actively took the time on WF to answer queries. Now Im definitely going to look into this. Im very keen on starting with this side of IM.....
        People will tell you over and over.......

        Ryan is a stand-up guy.
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        • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
          Originally Posted by Paleochora View Post

          People will tell you over and over.......

          Ryan is a stand-up guy.
          Originally Posted by Smiley Webb View Post

          Thanks Ryan,

          I am pretty much a silent warrior member (since 2006) and don't do much posting. No one knows me around the WF but I had to post about the product creator Ryan Lee and his product as I am impressed with his presentation.

          I like the upfront candor and transparency it is refreshing... Haven't bought the product yet but am leaning towards buying because of the first class presentation from Ryan Lee.
          Thanks for all of your support and kind words.

          In the world today when one upset customer can hit the forums, boards and blogs to slam you, it's even more vital to be transparent.

          If you've "got the goods", there's no need for hype.

          Just be upfront, provide great value and treat others exactly how YOU want to be treated. That's what I've always done and will continue to do.

          Some marketers have lost sight of those basic principles that govern human behavior. They try to make the quick bucks or push up their EPC a few more cents by overpromising and underdelivering. That might work for you short term, but it always comes back to haunt you (just ask some internet marketers who hit their list so hard with crappy offers and are now struggling to squeak out a living).

          I'm certainly not perfect and have screwed up more times than I can count. But by always keeping the client in mind and thinking about this as a long-term business, things have a way of working out for me and my customers.

          Can you feel the tide starting to turn? People are getting fed-up with the lies and garbage. -

          Ok, I'll get back off my soapbox for now

          Ryan Lee
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          • Profile picture of the author zacsmith
            I really didn't need to buy another WSO this month, and certainly don't need more work, but I jumped on this one. Why? Because I've been looking for a way to leverage the customer list I get from sales on my commerce site. They're one-off sales, and I don't want to develop a back catalog in this niche, but would love some recurring monthly income.

            Nano Continuity gave me a lot of ideas how to offer this to my customers at a price they'll jump at. And I've already for content that I'm currently posting online at no charge to purchasers to view. I'm going to change that model real quick and preserve the content for continuity (heh).

            Solid information, and I like the mp3s that come with the videos. I dislike that the bonus videos are streaming only (I asked), since that precludes me downloading to my laptop for offline viewing, but I understand the piracy concerns that justify the limitation.

            I'm combining the knowledge from Nano with my learning from the Membernaire course, so I should be able to build a kick-a** program of offer.

            Good stuff. Recommended.

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            • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
              Since so many of my customers are reading this post, I figured it's a good idea to give a couple of updates...

              1. The Continuity Summit III will be held on June 10/11 in Stamford, CT. If you bought the program, you'll be able to register in a couple of weeks (and speakers/schedules will be revealed)

              2. The Follow-up Q/A Webinar will take place March 30th at 1pm EST. You'll receive registration info a couple of days before.

              Thanks again for all your comments and support. It's been a crazy week and we're still smiling

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                • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
                  Originally Posted by Infopreneur2010 View Post

                  Hi Ryan,
                  Good to see vendors actually answer questions on their products, all to often they tend to hide behind an army of support staff.
                  Have just purchased the product and intend to go through it today but at first glance certainly looks good.
                  How do I go about claiming my nano con ticket?
                  Cheers
                  Jules
                  Hey Jules,

                  Thank you for investing in the program - you made a great choice.

                  The date has been set for June 10/11 in Stamford, CT. I am doing final hotel negotiations to get the best rates for my attendees (so far, I've got them down to about $90/night!).

                  Watch your email. The URL to claim your ticket will be up in a couple of weeks.

                  Best
                  Ryan
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    • Profile picture of the author Smiley Webb
      Thanks Ryan,

      I am pretty much a silent warrior member (since 2006) and don't do much posting. No one knows me around the WF but I had to post about the product creator Ryan Lee and his product as I am impressed with his presentation.

      I like the upfront candor and transparency it is refreshing... Haven't bought the product yet but am leaning towards buying because of the first class presentation from Ryan Lee.
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  • Profile picture of the author Glengara
    The thing I liked about this one is he didn't show pictures of lying on a street with a wine bottle and tell us how the inspired moment got him going (they never do say where they got the credit card to get going though LOL)
    -- I've taken too many knocks to believe in this stuff anymore and am not going to waste any more time on them again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe118
    Bought it and downloaded what is downloadable:
    • One PDF with >150 pages, organized in chapters that mirror the content of the course
    • The course itself is: intro, 4 modules, and a bonus module
    • Total of 10 downloadable MP3 audios
    • Total of 7 downloadable MP4 videos
    • 6 more MP4 videos that dont have download links (yet?)
    I did not take any of the upsells-downsells since I'm just reviewing this.

    I already found one reason why I'm not doing as well as I can do on one of my existing nano continuity programs -- I didn't have *any* front end offer, so I gave up the opportunity to prep my potential clients with the "why" of my offer.

    So this course paid for itself already for me, and I'm going to keep it. And I'm *not* a newbie in continuity programs, in fact 90%+ of my income is from continuity.

    I'm not yet recommending this product, because I haven't gone through it A to Z, which I will do. The review will focus on whether the product is useful, complete, and honest -- and for which audience it is intended.
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by Joe118 View Post

      Bought it and downloaded what is downloadable:
      • One PDF with >150 pages, organized in chapters that mirror the content of the course
      • The course itself is: intro, 4 modules, and a bonus module
      • Total of 10 downloadable MP3 audios
      • Total of 7 downloadable MP4 videos
      • 6 more MP4 videos that dont have download links (yet?)
      I did not take any of the upsells-downsells since I'm just reviewing this.

      I already found one reason why I'm not doing as well as I can do on one of my existing nano continuity programs -- I didn't have *any* front end offer, so I gave up the opportunity to prep my potential clients with the "why" of my offer.

      So this course paid for itself already for me, and I'm going to keep it. And I'm *not* a newbie in continuity programs, in fact 90%+ of my income is from continuity.

      I'm not yet recommending this product, because I haven't gone through it A to Z, which I will do. The review will focus on whether the product is useful, complete, and honest -- and for which audience it is intended.
      Thanks for investing Joe and I'm glad you already got something out of it

      Ryan
      Nano Continuity
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  • Profile picture of the author hodari
    I purchased this morning. So far have only had a chance to read the pdf/slides. Ryan really breaks it down into bit size pieces. And gives you different paths to take in implementing your particular program.

    If you have been in IM for any amount of time then you would be familiar with or even used some of the resources he lays out. Agree with the earlier poster. The front end is the key. And Ryan tells you up the front end is the key to getting you in the door.
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by hodari View Post

      I purchased this morning. So far have only had a chance to read the pdf/slides. Ryan really breaks it down into bit size pieces. And gives you different paths to take in implementing your particular program.

      If you have been in IM for any amount of time then you would be familiar with or even used some of the resources he lays out. Agree with the earlier poster. The front end is the key. And Ryan tells you up the front end is the key to getting you in the door.
      Thanks for investing in the program and your positive feedback.

      Being a former teacher, I love to break down topics that can seem overwhelming into smaller pieces. It's MUCH easier to learn that way.

      BTW, I saw your IM but couldn't reply since I don't have "50 posts" yet. But thank you for the heads up

      Ryan
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      • Profile picture of the author Global365
        Hi Ryan,

        Thanks for joining the chat. Is it possible to do any damage with your course without buying any of the upsells or are they necessary for the success of the program?

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        • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
          Originally Posted by Global365 View Post

          Hi Ryan,

          Thanks for joining the chat. Is it possible to do any damage with your course without buying any of the upsells or are they necessary for the success of the program?

          Barry
          Hi Barry,

          Yes you can do serious damage without the upsells. In fact, they are just advanced continuity training with other models (they don't have to do specifically with Nano Continuity)

          Best,
          Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author Greg guitar
    Ryan, thanks for chiming in several times-that bodes well; hopefully you are as active in your program. I also liked your pitch, and the transparency regarding your sales funnel. I too want to know how complete the $37 training is in itself, but I have two additional questions that haven't been asked:

    1) With the traffic methods you teach, how soon would it be reasonable to expect to start seeing those 5-10 daily sign-ups (assuming the usual disclaimers-that all your instructions are followed to a "t", the work is put in [likely by a VA], and the product is a good one in a viable niche..etc)?

    2) Is your training a complete enough system that the entire thing, or at least most of it, could be readily outsourced, and do you address that approach in your training?

    Thanks in advance for addressing these questions, and for the helpful posts you already contributed. I am quite tempted, as I plan on launching a member site soon, on this domain: howtoplayjazzguitar.com.

    PS: One more question occurs to me: Is your training compatible with, or could easily incorporate the major elements (such as the "sideways sales letter")that Jeff Walker addresses in PLF; as I hope to incorporate them in my jazz guitar product launch? I am not an owner of the product, but learned something from his pre-launch videos, and will probably buy and use Jason Fladliens "Poor Man's Product Launch" as well.

    Thanks again, Greg
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by Greg guitar View Post


      1) With the traffic methods you teach, how soon would it be reasonable to expect to start seeing those 5-10 daily sign-ups (assuming the usual disclaimers-that all your instructions are followed to a "t", the work is put in [likely by a VA], and the product is a good one in a viable niche..etc)?

      2) Is your training a complete enough system that the entire thing, or at least most of it, could be readily outsourced, and do you address that approach in your training?

      Thanks in advance for addressing these questions, and for the helpful posts you already contributed. I am quite tempted, as I plan on launching a member site soon, on this domain: howtoplayjazzguitar.com.

      PS: One more question occurs to me: Is your training compatible with, or could easily incorporate the major elements (such as the "sideways sales letter")that Jeff Walker addresses in PLF; as I hope to incorporate them in my jazz guitar product launch? I am not an owner of the product, but learned something from his pre-launch videos, and will probably buy and use Jason Fladliens "Poor Man's Product Launch" as well.

      Thanks again, Greg
      Hey Greg,

      1. That is definitely a loaded question I lay out different marketing models. If you test out an offer that converts, you can ramp it up quickly over a matter of a couple of weeks. If you develop strong alliances, you can hit those numbers in less than 1 day.

      2. Sure, you can outsource it. It's step by step, although I tend to attract people who like to create their own content.

      Think of Nano Continuity as a model that can work with anything. If you're doing a launch, it will only help your Nano Continuity program.

      The more people you get in your funnel, the more you'll have in your NC program.

      I hope that helps.

      Best,
      Ryan
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      P.S. If anything, just buy it for the free ticket to my Continuity Summit III
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  • Profile picture of the author RedHat39
    After watching the sales page video, which I might add was a refreshing break from the 40 minute hyped up pitch fests, and Ryan actually coming here to answer questions about his product. This was a no brainer for me to purchase.

    I am personally on the brink of a major product release that will be a continuity based website so this course came at just the right time. I look forward to going through this course and hopefully having my most successful product launch ever because of it.

    Thanks for the honesty and coming here to talk about your product Ryan.
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by RedHat39 View Post

      After watching the sales page video, which I might add was a refreshing break from the 40 minute hyped up pitch fests, and Ryan actually coming here to answer questions about his product. This was a no brainer for me to purchase.

      I am personally on the brink of a major product release that will be a continuity based website so this course came at just the right time. I look forward to going through this course and hopefully having my most successful product launch ever because of it.

      Thanks for the honesty and coming here to talk about your product Ryan.
      Thanks for your feedback.

      I'm trying to show people you can still provide really good value and sell without being overly hypey

      Ryan
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by CrazyWolf View Post

      Bought it after doing a little research on Ryan's background. Very solid, and rubbing shoulders with some IM greats... His enthusiasm feels genuine to me.
      Looking forward to getting into the material in the days ahead.
      Cheers,
      Michael
      Thanks for investing in the program Mike.

      My enthusiasm is real and I sincerely LOVE teaching marketing

      I've been here for a long time and don't plan on going anywhere.

      I hope you can make it to the Continuity Summit III in Stamford, CT. We put on a really fun event!

      Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author covert
    I have purchased many of Ryans products over the years, and they are all solid...When I first heard about this I didn't think I needed it, but I always go in with the idea that if I just learn one or two concepts, it'll be worth it...

    Picked up some great stuff from this and at $37 it is a steal...In fact the additional bonuses included are worth some serious value as you'll learn some great ways to do PPC, FB and banner ads...Trust me, one of the best values.

    Al
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe118
      Ryan

      It looks like a very good program, from the videos I watched so far.

      Guys he really breaks it down and makes it so that if you follow his instructions, you basically cannot fail but have good membership, good retention, and happy clients. That's as far as I got, I'm now on the traffic generation part, which I'll leave for tomorrow.

      That the course has a traffic generation module is in and of itself an awesome advantage of this product over all the other flim flam being sold on here and clickbank. Most products leave you high and dry on that aspect of the biz. I'm sure I'll pick up tons of good ideas from Ryan here -- he does successfully enter the mindset of the newbie and explains everything in terms that are as simple as they need to be but not simpler -- so you really get the info you need at a level of complexity that you can get over, if you pay attention and get into it.

      In order to really benefit from this course, you have to walk the walk. You have to make your own membership sites, and Ryan breaks down the process pretty straightforwardly.

      I'm not done yet going thru the whole thing, so I can't say this as a suggestion or criticism, but if this course does not have a technical section with recommended resources on how to actually do the membership sites A to Z, that would be a great addition.

      Another great resource that I'm hoping will become available is a membership forum for the buyers only. We can help each other there actually succeed in a safe and closed environment that will foster learning and development.

      Since my success in 2011 depends on the success of my big product this year, a software based continuity program, I really did need this course -- it's already done more to help me than many other programs. The only course that I've taken recently that beats this one in quality and clarity is Michael Rasmussen's course on email marketing, and that's saying something
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    • Profile picture of the author Nutrifitness
      Originally Posted by covert View Post

      I have purchased many of Ryans products over the years, and they are all solid...When I first heard about this I didn't think I needed it, but I always go in with the idea that if I just learn one or two concepts, it'll be worth it...

      Picked up some great stuff from this and at $37 it is a steal...In fact the additional bonuses included are worth some serious value as you'll learn some great ways to do PPC, FB and banner ads...Trust me, one of the best values.

      Al
      As have I and I agree totally with Al after watching the videos...Just have a few bonus videos left to go
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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Wiechert
        Hi Ryan,

        Also have the same question as Pacheolora:
        Do yo recommend any software / plugins that help to build and implement your continuity sites ?
        I suppose you use WP as the main platform ?
        Thanks,
        Michael
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        • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
          Originally Posted by Michael Wiechert View Post

          Hi Ryan,

          Also have the same question as Pacheolora:
          Do yo recommend any software / plugins that help to build and implement your continuity sites ?
          I suppose you use WP as the main platform ?
          Thanks,
          Michael
          Hi Michael,

          It depends entirely on which type of Nano you create. I've used everything from Aweber to WP plugins.

          Ryan
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          • Profile picture of the author Michael Wiechert
            Ryan,

            Perhaps I should have asked in another way: do you cover any software / plugin suggestions within your pdf / method ?
            Thanks,
            Michael

            Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

            Hi Michael,

            It depends entirely on which type of Nano you create. I've used everything from Aweber to WP plugins.

            Ryan
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            • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
              Originally Posted by Michael Wiechert View Post

              Ryan,

              Perhaps I should have asked in another way: do you cover any software / plugin suggestions within your pdf / method ?
              Thanks,
              Michael
              Hi Michael,

              Yes - I do cover all the solutions I have tested myself in the program

              Ryan
              Nano Continuity
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              • Profile picture of the author Michael Wiechert
                Thanks, Ryan.
                You convinced me, I´m in !


                Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

                Hi Michael,

                Yes - I do cover all the solutions I have tested myself in the program

                Ryan
                Nano Continuity
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      • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
        Originally Posted by Nutrifitness View Post

        As have I and I agree totally with Al after watching the videos...Just have a few bonus videos left to go
        Thanks Georgettte! You are a loyal long-time customer who has been with me for YEARS.

        That's exactly what I am talking about

        Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    Ryan,

    I have a question.

    Are there any specific products (software, plug-ins etc) beyond hosting and an autoresponder needed to work this model. If so, what sort of investment would be required?
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    • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
      Originally Posted by Paleochora View Post

      Ryan,

      I have a question.

      Are there any specific products (software, plug-ins etc) beyond hosting and an autoresponder needed to work this model. If so, what sort of investment would be required?
      Ryan,

      Looks like my question got lost in the rush. Can you answer it please?

      Also, is the seminar ticket saleable? There's no way I could make it but would like to give someone else the opportunity.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
        Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

        Thanks for your feedback.

        Having a front end makes it much easier to get people into continuity. I have straight-up continuity programs (membership sites) and over the past 23+ months, it has become more difficult to get people in without either a front end or a relationship.

        I am glad you are enjoying the product.

        And while you would be glad with selling 5 $27 products per day, you have to look at this long term and those $5/month add up very quickly

        Ryan
        Oh yeah I am not saying that the $5/month wont add up. But this is kind of like a OTO script; you need the person to buy your front end product in order to get any benefit out of it.

        All I was saying is that if one is struggling to even sell their front end product (like most do, or at least I did when I first started) they wont get much benefit out of a nano-continuity program, as they wont get many into it.

        Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

        You can still make a straight-up $4.95 nano continuity offer work. It's just a bit more difficult than bringing them in with a front-end.

        I think your pricing idea would confuse the potential customer - and a confused mind always says no

        Ryan
        Yeah that pricing model idea was scrapped pretty quick

        Have you ever done $1 for the first month then $4.95 thereafter? If one was doing a nano-continuity as their front end offer that is.

        Thanks for posting here. It is pretty cool to get some feedback and clarifications.
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  • Profile picture of the author JJOrana
    I bought the product and here's my review...

    First, if you have an existing continuity and running it for at least several months there's not a lot you can gain from here. Invest your money somewhere else.

    If you're planning to have your first continuity program, then buy this. For $37? Don't go into business if you can't even afford 37 bucks. Ryan did well and made this an "irresistible offer".

    ...but before you go to his site.

    Listen up!

    I bought the continuity programs of both ryan deiss and ryan lee but both seems to veer away from the truth...

    that is... "you really don't have a business unless you can afford to buy cold traffic."

    If you can't buy (e.g PPC) traffic then you only have a side income that's making money this month and gone next month.

    Affiliate, Joint Venture, SEO, are all good source of traffic but that's not the fastest and scalable way.

    - With JV, you need to build relationships and it could take months and years to do it.
    - Affiliate, well if you're not in the popular market, there's not much affiliate you can recruit. Not to mention that only 10% of your affiliate will really work.
    - SEO, a minor change in algorithm and you're toast.

    My point is this...

    both lee's and deiss' programs didn't laid out a plan nor a formula on how you can afford pay per click campaign. NONE of them.

    They only show you the possibilities of making money...

    ...but once you implemented it, you'll realize that you need traffic, and you need a good "self liquidating front-end offer" and a deep back end products.

    Think about this.

    For you to afford a 50cents per click, you need a $50 product that's converting by 1%.
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by JJOrana View Post

      I bought the continuity programs of both ryan deiss and ryan lee but both seems to veer away from the truth...

      that is... "you really don't have a business unless you can afford to buy cold traffic."

      If you can't buy (e.g PPC) traffic then you only have a side income that's making money this month and gone next month.

      Affiliate, Joint Venture, SEO, are all good source of traffic but that's not the fastest and scalable way.

      - With JV, you need to build relationships and it could take months and years to do it.
      - Affiliate, well if you're not in the popular market, there's not much affiliate you can recruit. Not to mention that only 10% of your affiliate will really work.
      - SEO, a minor change in algorithm and you're toast.

      My point is this...

      both lee's and deiss' programs didn't laid out a plan nor a formula on how you can afford pay per click campaign. NONE of them.

      They only show you the possibilities of making money...

      ...but once you implemented it, you'll realize that you need traffic, and you need a good "self liquidating front-end offer" and a deep back end products.

      Think about this.

      For you to afford a 50cents per click, you need a $50 product that's converting by 1%.
      I appreciate your honesty.

      And you bring up some great points. I agree that buying traffic is important, but it's certainly not the only thing. (and I have 3 bonus modules that focus on buying traffic through facebook, ppc and direct site buys).

      Also, you mention a self-liquidating offer. The entire first module is all about creating a front end offer into Nano Continuity (NOT trying to sell it cold). That's the key to getting people in the door, and then you make the backend with Nano.

      And I don't agree 100% that you can't have a real business unless you buy traffic. Right now, I'm doing virtually zero traffic buying and still bringing in multiple millions of dollars in income.

      Just my two cents

      Best,
      Ryan
      Nano Continuity
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      • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
        I bought the course and here is my review:

        First off maybe it was just me but I was under the impression that this was solely about continuity, I didnt realize there was a front end product involved.

        In your pitch you say how easy it is to get 5 new signups a day, I was thinking you meant 5 new signups for $4.95, which sounds quite easy.

        BUT you are talking about 5 new front end sales, which lead into the nano continiuiy.

        If I was selling 5 of my $27 front end products (the one I was planning on turning into a nano continuity offer) per day I would be extremely happy! If I was making 5 sales a day with that I wouldnt be worried about adding in a continuity program.

        I was thinking this was a business model in itself. It isnt, you are going to be adding on another model right behind the normal "sell your product".

        That being said I really liked it. I can think of a couple other products I have that this will work really good in. The information is solid and I am looking forward to implementing it into my upcoming launch as I think it will really work.

        But if you are struggling to sell your front end product, or in most cases, your only product, than this isnt a viable solution. The front end product needs to be sold in order to get them into the nano-continuity.

        You need to be making sales for this to work. At least if you follow it step by step. With some tweaking I can see this working, maybe lowering the front end product price, or using it as a bonus to sign up for the monthly stuff.

        All in all a very informational product. And if you are serious about marketing than I think this kind of opens up new possibilities and maybe gets you to think in new ways.

        I remember seeing angelas backlink packets and doing the math and thinking "wow if she has just x amount of people!", but I never could think of a way to get the same kind of offer going, I got some now
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        • Profile picture of the author Joe118
          This is where leverage comes in. You should be looking at long term relationships, not the $27 you can make right now by selling them your product..

          I'd use other people's lists and selling skills, offer them 100% commission on your front end product and get them to send you prospects. That way you worry about the membership and not about drumming up traffic.

          For those that say you have to buy traffic to set up a viable business, if you consider giving affiliates 100% of sales you wouldn't make anyways as buying traffic then yes. But I consider this rather as free traffic

          --Joe
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          • Profile picture of the author Ashley Gable
            Yes that is a good idea, but it still doesnt change the fact that you need to sell a front end product.

            I am in a few niches where I am the only seller, or maybe 1 other person. So jv's are not really an option.

            I would of just like to have seen a model that excluded the front end product.

            Like how to structure the offer so that you lead in with a bonus or straight to the nano-continuity.

            I was thinking of trying a $4.95 trial 7 day trial, 7 days later remainder of payment charged ($47.00 product that is dripped over 30 days) and nano-continuity started.

            But that seems a little too much, as you would have to make it clear that they would be charged $42.00 7 days later, as well as being put into a $5 monthly subscription.

            Anyways, I think with a little tweaking you could lead in with a bonus or even maybe $1 for the first month and then $4.95 thereafter.


            Originally Posted by Joe118 View Post

            This is where leverage comes in. You should be looking at long term relationships, not the $27 you can make right now by selling them your product..

            I'd use other people's lists and selling skills, offer them 100% commission on your front end product and get them to send you prospects. That way you worry about the membership and not about drumming up traffic.

            For those that say you have to buy traffic to set up a viable business, if you consider giving affiliates 100% of sales you wouldn't make anyways as buying traffic then yes. But I consider this rather as free traffic

            --Joe
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            • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
              Originally Posted by Ashley Gable View Post

              Yes that is a good idea, but it still doesnt change the fact that you need to sell a front end product.

              I am in a few niches where I am the only seller, or maybe 1 other person. So jv's are not really an option.

              I would of just like to have seen a model that excluded the front end product.

              Like how to structure the offer so that you lead in with a bonus or straight to the nano-continuity.

              I was thinking of trying a $4.95 trial 7 day trial, 7 days later remainder of payment charged ($47.00 product that is dripped over 30 days) and nano-continuity started.

              But that seems a little too much, as you would have to make it clear that they would be charged $42.00 7 days later, as well as being put into a $5 monthly subscription.

              Anyways, I think with a little tweaking you could lead in with a bonus or even maybe $1 for the first month and then $4.95 thereafter.
              You can still make a straight-up $4.95 nano continuity offer work. It's just a bit more difficult than bringing them in with a front-end.

              I think your pricing idea would confuse the potential customer - and a confused mind always says no

              Ryan
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            • Profile picture of the author Joe118
              Well (as you can see from my sig) I have two nano-continuity programs already, and I suspect that perhaps my retention and conversion are not as good as they could be, because I am not doing -- currently -- any priming with a front end product.

              I suspect that's what Ryan is getting at with the front end product idea. Like you I *would* like to just get them straight into the continuity, but maybe Ryan knows something I don't so ...

              Ryan can you chime in?

              Originally Posted by Ashley Gable View Post

              Yes that is a good idea, but it still doesnt change the fact that you need to sell a front end product.

              I am in a few niches where I am the only seller, or maybe 1 other person. So jv's are not really an option.

              I would of just like to have seen a model that excluded the front end product.

              Like how to structure the offer so that you lead in with a bonus or straight to the nano-continuity.

              I was thinking of trying a $4.95 trial 7 day trial, 7 days later remainder of payment charged ($47.00 product that is dripped over 30 days) and nano-continuity started.

              But that seems a little too much, as you would have to make it clear that they would be charged $42.00 7 days later, as well as being put into a $5 monthly subscription.

              Anyways, I think with a little tweaking you could lead in with a bonus or even maybe $1 for the first month and then $4.95 thereafter.
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              • Profile picture of the author hayrik
                Originally Posted by Joe118 View Post

                Well (as you can see from my sig) I have two nano-continuity programs already, and I suspect that perhaps my retention and conversion are not as good as they could be, because I am not doing -- currently -- any priming with a front end product.

                I suspect that's what Ryan is getting at with the front end product idea. Like you I *would* like to just get them straight into the continuity, but maybe Ryan knows something I don't so ...

                Ryan can you chime in?

                Hey Joe118

                I'm (obviously) not Ryan, but would like to share my experience with selling continuity with you (been doing this successfully for a couple of yrs now..)

                Your suggestion of using the front end product to 'prime' people is pretty smart... anything that will help build & maintain that ongoing relationship is a winner...

                Re: the act of putting a product "in front" of your continuity offer:

                My experience with this is selling people into my continuity upfront with an entire sales letter, I'm lucky to get a 1% conversion rate...
                (tested with various offers/price points, etc)

                Whereas... when I pop this same continuity onto a "pre-order" page offering it as an optional upgrade free for first 30 days - using just 4 lines of text copy - I get a consistent 70% - 80% take me up on it. This is at either $19.95pm or $27pm.

                Btw, I'm not the only one who experiences this. I have numerous marketing friends who also find this to be the trend with their own tests selling continuity.

                cheers
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                • Profile picture of the author RedHat39
                  I'm a little confused by your statement here. You say that if you offer the continuity upfront with a full sales page you get lower conversions than offering a free 30 trial upfront with no front end product?

                  Or are you saying you have a 4 lines of text to sell the front end offer and an optional 30 day trial for the continuity offer that is converting better?

                  Originally Posted by hayrik View Post

                  Hey Joe118

                  My experience with this is selling people into my continuity upfront with an entire sales letter, I'm lucky to get a 1% conversion rate...
                  (tested with various offers/price points, etc)

                  Whereas... when I pop this same continuity onto a "pre-order" page offering it as an optional upgrade free for first 30 days - using just 4 lines of text copy - I get a consistent 70% - 80% take me up on it. This is at either $19.95pm or $27pm.
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                  • Profile picture of the author RedHat39
                    I can answer these for you. A membership site can be as simple as an autoresponder series of messges that you charge access for. Ryan goes over this method as well as a couple of other methods.

                    Yes, he does give you some pointers to recommended softwares to use, some wordpress related some standalone.

                    Overall and Ryan says this in the videos. The more features, security, and automation you want in the membership site setup expect to pay more for the software to deliver these.

                    Now if your question was if Ryan's method only works with specific software then the answer is no. You can implement the Nano Continuity model with whatever method you choose for setting up delivery of your content.

                    Originally Posted by Paleochora View Post

                    Ryan,

                    Looks like my question got lost in the rush. Can you answer it please?
                    Originally Posted by Michael Wiechert View Post

                    Hi Ryan,

                    Also have the same question as Pacheolora:
                    Do yo recommend any software / plugins that help to build and implement your continuity sites ?
                    I suppose you use WP as the main platform ?
                    Thanks,
                    Michael
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                • Profile picture of the author Kevin AKA Hubcap
                  hayrik,

                  Just wondering what niche you're in and what type of continuity you're offering?

                  Originally Posted by hayrik View Post

                  Hey Joe118

                  I'm (obviously) not Ryan, but would like to share my experience with selling continuity with you (been doing this successfully for a couple of yrs now..)

                  Your suggestion of using the front end product to 'prime' people is pretty smart... anything that will help build & maintain that ongoing relationship is a winner...

                  Re: the act of putting a product "in front" of your continuity offer:

                  My experience with this is selling people into my continuity upfront with an entire sales letter, I'm lucky to get a 1% conversion rate...
                  (tested with various offers/price points, etc)

                  Whereas... when I pop this same continuity onto a "pre-order" page offering it as an optional upgrade free for first 30 days - using just 4 lines of text copy - I get a consistent 70% - 80% take me up on it. This is at either $19.95pm or $27pm.

                  Btw, I'm not the only one who experiences this. I have numerous marketing friends who also find this to be the trend with their own tests selling continuity.

                  cheers
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                  • Profile picture of the author hayrik
                    Originally Posted by Kevin AKA Hubcap View Post

                    hayrik,

                    Just wondering what niche you're in and what type of continuity you're offering?
                    Hi Kevin,
                    I'm in the self improvement market. This particular continuity is a fixed term (6 month) course, with modules delivered weekly.
                    cheers, Hayley
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          • Profile picture of the author JJOrana
            JVs and Affiliates are all good...

            What I'm saying is, having JV is not a scalable business. It's a nice bonus but relying on JV? Come on! You're dependent on someone else mood.

            Yes Ryan is not spending a dime in paid advertising and that's because he is "Ryan Lee".

            But for 99% of warriors in this forum...it's a different story.

            For Affiliates, yes it's possibly one of the best source of traffic...

            ...but if you're in a niche market, there's not much affiliate to recruit.

            That's why Ryan and other BIG time marketers are in biz opp, health, personal devs, and other big markets. Because it's where most JV partners and affiliates are.
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            • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
              Originally Posted by JJOrana View Post

              JVs and Affiliates are all good...

              What I'm saying is, having JV is not a scalable business. It's a nice bonus but relying on JV? Come on! You're dependent on someone else mood.

              Yes Ryan is not spending a dime in paid advertising and that's because he is "Ryan Lee".

              But for 99% of warriors in this forum...it's a different story.

              For Affiliates, yes it's possibly one of the best source of traffic...

              ...but if you're in a niche market, there's not much affiliate to recruit.

              That's why Ryan and other BIG time marketers are in biz opp, health, personal devs, and other big markets. Because it's where most JV partners and affiliates are.
              I agree that only relying on JVs is not scalable. You must find ways to always fill the bucket with new customers because even continuity will dry up without new people.

              Sometimes you have to expand beyond just the web. What about local press? Getting on TV? In newspapers? Again, not as scalable but when you put everything together, it all adds up.

              Everyone has to start somewhere. Before I was known by anyone, I had to dig in my heels and work my ass off. And I outworked my competition. I went hard and I went in fast. I went to live industry events. I struck up a deal with a company that sells fitness equipment to trainers (my market was fitness trainers) to have a table at their events. I was the first "business" product they ever featured as a speaker at their fitness events or in their catalog. I lobbied hard to get my own monthly column in the personal trainer industry magazine. This was before anyone knew me.

              Getting in that catalog and in that magazine got me in front of 2 million+ of my target market for FREE!

              Again, is it scalable? No - but can it build your business? Can it build your brand? Can it give you a name so you don't have to rely so hard on buying traffic or sinking money into the latest "stripped down" or "crusher" products?

              YES.

              When you start thinking of this as a real business - not just a way for someone to hide behind a computer and "make money in their underwear", really good stuff happens.

              This might make me sound old (although I'm only 38), but I believe it takes hard work. It's not always so easy. You can't just "push a button" and expect to make a six figure income. All of my friends who also earn 7 figures + work hard. Yes, even the "gurus".

              Sorry for the rant.. I just love talking about this stuff.

              Thanks for the great discussions here!

              Ryan
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              • Profile picture of the author hodari
                Most of the "gurus" who's list you are has a front end product. That is nothing new. I bout Jason Fladliens How to write a article in 7 minutes product. I think that's the right name ! That cheap front end ebook lead me into buying about 3 or 4 more of his products. And they were all more than 7 bucks. Dude is a product making machine.

                You are in effect getting a lead to pay you upfront to continually market to them through email or mail. I know it works because that is how Matt Bacak did it a few years ago. Use to get his monthly print newsletter and he would market to me with postcards. I still have it for a swipe file just in case ! Now it was forced continuity, but I already knew that going in. That is not what Ryan is advocating.
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        • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
          Originally Posted by Ashley Gable View Post

          If I was selling 5 of my $27 front end products (the one I was planning on turning into a nano continuity offer) per day I would be extremely happy! If I was making 5 sales a day with that I wouldnt be worried about adding in a continuity program.

          That being said I really liked it. I can think of a couple other products I have that this will work really good in. The information is solid and I am looking forward to implementing it into my upcoming launch as I think it will really work.
          Thanks for your feedback.

          Having a front end makes it much easier to get people into continuity. I have straight-up continuity programs (membership sites) and over the past 23+ months, it has become more difficult to get people in without either a front end or a relationship.

          I am glad you are enjoying the product.

          And while you would be glad with selling 5 $27 products per day, you have to look at this long term and those $5/month add up very quickly

          Ryan
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          • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
            Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

            Thanks for your feedback.

            Having a front end makes it much easier to get people into continuity. I have straight-up continuity programs (membership sites) and over the past 23+ months, it has become more difficult to get people in without either a front end or a relationship.

            I am glad you are enjoying the product.

            And while you would be glad with selling 5 $27 products per day, you have to look at this long term and those $5/month add up very quickly

            Ryan
            Ryan, you're giving away some excellent advice in this thread. I hope everyone's taking notes. I sure am.
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            • Profile picture of the author hayrik
              G'day Ryan, have a couple questions for you, please...

              1) can you successfully use clickbank as your payment processor to set up these nano continuity programs?

              2) will the Continuity Summit III be broadcast or recorded for O/S purchases who may not be able to make it to US?

              3) will you be avail to answer questions after the sale?

              Thanks!
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              • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
                Originally Posted by hayrik View Post

                G'day Ryan, have a couple questions for you, please...

                1) can you successfully use clickbank as your payment processor to set up these nano continuity programs?

                2) will the Continuity Summit III be broadcast or recorded for O/S purchases who may not be able to make it to US?

                3) will you be avail to answer questions after the sale?

                Thanks!
                Hayrik,

                1. Can you use clickbank? Yes. But they do sent email reminders everytime someone is billed so that will increase cancellations

                2. CS III - Yes, it will be recorded and available for sale (however, you should try and make it because the networking is really powerful).

                3. Answer questions - I am always around either through facebook or my blog. But it's not possible to answer emails 1:1 because I'd never get anything done and I'd never see my kids again

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  • Profile picture of the author LB
    They only show you the possibilities of making money...

    ...but once you implemented it, you'll realize that you need traffic, and you need a good "self liquidating front-end offer" and a deep back end products.

    Think about this.

    For you to afford a 50cents per click, you need a $50 product that's converting by 1%.
    I think these are interesting points.

    If you are making a few bucks per month per user then you're going to take a loss on the front end to get them (i.e. $40 in PPC costs to get one new user and then hope they stay for months to turn a profit). It will also make it extremely difficult to get affiliates when upfront payout is so tiny since they will also face high advertising costs.

    I still like the overall concept of lower prices with an eye towards longer retention.
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  • Profile picture of the author RedHat39
    I have to agree with JJOrana for the most part. In the past I've had two different membership sites that I was lucky enough to get some JV help with. Each time it was the same an initial rush of traffic and signups but it quickly dies out and then you're back to garnering your own traffic again.

    I think the initial goal of Ryan's product here though is to show the business model and how to implement it. Theres no way what was shown as far as traffic generation could be the end all answers. It doesn't matter if you're selling a one off product, a membership access, or a service traffic - consistent traffic - will always be the main lifeblood of success.

    The key is though to be smart about your sales and allocate some of your return, whether it be profit or not, into even more traffic generation; thats with any business as well even offline businesses. The product Ryan offers here is training on a different membership model and so far I think Nano Continuity has done a good job of that.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
    Hey Guys,

    One more thing to chime in..

    A lot of people have asked about tickets to the Continuity Summit III. I am about to finalize the dates. It will likely be in June and it will be in Stamford CT (only 45 minutes from NYC). It's near all of the major NYC airports.

    If you've purchased Nano Continuity - I'll get you the details by next week on how to redeem your ticket.

    Thanks for your support and keep on rockin!

    Ryan
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    BTW, if you have a "wish list" of people you'd like to see speak at the next Summit, feel free to list their names here.
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    • Profile picture of the author ruch1v
      Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

      Hey Guys,

      One more thing to chime in..

      A lot of people have asked about tickets to the Continuity Summit III. I am about to finalize the dates. It will likely be in June and it will be in Stamford CT (only 45 minutes from NYC). It's near all of the major NYC airports.

      If you've purchased Nano Continuity - I'll get you the details by next week on how to redeem your ticket.

      Thanks for your support and keep on rockin!

      Ryan
      Nano Continuity

      BTW, if you have a "wish list" of people you'd like to see speak at the next Summit, feel free to list their names here.

      Hey Ryan,

      Any ideas for the speakers of this years?

      Also is this a pitch or no pitch seminar? The reason I ask is because I'd be flying from the UK

      Thanks

      Ruchi
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      • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
        Originally Posted by ruch1v View Post

        Hey Ryan,

        Any ideas for the speakers of this years?

        Also is this a pitch or no pitch seminar? The reason I ask is because I'd be flying from the UK

        Thanks

        Ruchi
        Hi Ruchi,

        Right now the tentative date is June 16-18 in Stamford, CT. Going to finalize this week.

        I like to have a mix of well-known speakers and "underground" ones. I have a strong idea of who I want this year, but still taking applications.

        It's definitely NOT a "pitch-a-thon". I make sure every attendee walks away saying it was the best event of the year (and they always come back!). I do have a few speakers who do have products to offer but I warn them it must be 100% content. I NEVER bring on people who disguise their talk as content when it's just a pitch. I hate that and would never want to run my event like that.

        I look forward to seeing you in June.

        Cheers!
        Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author akira07
    Hi Ryan, I'm really interested in your nano continuity program. But is that mean i should have a monthly product in my continuity website? I have no idea what product to sell

    And more important, can you assure me newbie like me can build my own continuity website without no difficulties by using your system?
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by akira07 View Post

      Hi Ryan, I'm really interested in your nano continuity program. But is that mean i should have a monthly product in my continuity website? I have no idea what product to sell

      And more important, can you assure me newbie like me can build my own continuity website without no difficulties by using your system?
      Thanks for your interest.

      I do give lots of product ideas in the program. And I'm doing a live Q/A follow-up to help answer questions and develop ideas for everyone.

      I made the system really easy to follow - so I'm confident you can follow it as well.

      Best
      Ryan
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by Robert Dempsey View Post

      Hi everyone,

      I purchased the Nano Continuity program from Ryan after reading about it from David Risley. After purchase I watched all the videos and thanks to the examples that Ryan provided determined a continuity program that I can offer on top of each of my main products. That's on top of the stand alone continuity programs (both nano and not so nano) that I'm creating. Within a day I had most of them set up. Now it's a matter of getting customers, which is what we do.

      Just wanted to let you all know how fast the ideas can come and be put into place. Pretty much less than 48 hours start to finish. Results to follow.
      Robert - that is GREAT! I love when people implement immediately.

      Keep me posted on your progress and maybe we can get you on stage at the Continuity Summit III to share your story.

      Best,
      Ryan
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        • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
          Originally Posted by Robert Dempsey View Post

          I'll be posting results to be sure. Might be difficult to make it to Continuity Summit as I'm in Thailand for the next year or so. Have you ever had a guest come in via Skype? I did that at a conference I held and it worked really well.
          Hey Robert,

          I was just a conference that did the same thing - and it bombed, so I'm a bit gun shy with it

          Ryan
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    • Profile picture of the author Wuuki
      Originally Posted by edson View Post

      Robert, can you answer my question about upsells in Ryan's Nano program?
      Hey,

      Just read the first page of this post and you'll find the answer to your question.

      hope this helps

      cheerio

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      • Profile picture of the author Lifeimprovement
        I purchased the program yesterday and have looked through half of it.

        Very well done. Ryan over delivers. He puts together a complete system for setting up one of the continuity programs. I like how he is honest and ethical about it. I also picked up several great tips to apply to my other markets.

        He did do the hypothetical figure route when sharing how much could be made.

        $4.95 * 1 person added a day = xxxxx after a month or 12 months
        $4.95 * 5 person added a day = xxxxx

        Depending on your credit card process it will be more like:
        4.51 * 1 person added a day = xxxxx
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        • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
          Originally Posted by Lifeimprovement View Post

          I purchased the program yesterday and have looked through half of it.

          Very well done. Ryan over delivers. He puts together a complete system for setting up one of the continuity programs. I like how he is honest and ethical about it. I also picked up several great tips to apply to my other markets.
          Thanks for the feedback and I'm glad you are enjoying the products.

          It's funny.. even with the best product in the world there will always be dishonest people who purchase your product and IMMEDIATELY ask for a refund.

          Most marketers who sell on clickbank talk of refund rates at 14% and higher. Right now we are way below 2% - so people are finding a lot of value with the content.

          I also think it has to do with the way I sell. If you are honest, transparent and don't try to deceive - you will get less refunds as a result. My business has never had an issue with chargebacks and high refund rates.

          Best,
          Ryan
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          • Profile picture of the author Joe118
            Originally Posted by ryanleedotcom View Post

            Thanks for the feedback and I'm glad you are enjoying the products.

            It's funny.. even with the best product in the world there will always be dishonest people who purchase your product and IMMEDIATELY ask for a refund.

            Most marketers who sell on clickbank talk of refund rates at 14% and higher. Right now we are way below 2% - so people are finding a lot of value with the content.

            I also think it has to do with the way I sell. If you are honest, transparent and don't try to deceive - you will get less refunds as a result. My business has never had an issue with chargebacks and high refund rates.

            Best,
            Ryan
            Nano Continuity
            Clearly the refund rate is inversely related to how much information, clarity, and transparency you provide up front. A lot of people will be tempted by the 60-day guarantee and the "I can't lose" attitude when the vendor tries to mess with the client's mind and perceptions. It never fails to backfire
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            • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
              Originally Posted by Joe118 View Post

              Clearly the refund rate is inversely related to how much information, clarity, and transparency you provide up front. A lot of people will be tempted by the 60-day guarantee and the "I can't lose" attitude when the vendor tries to mess with the client's mind and perceptions. It never fails to backfire
              I agree 100%.

              Are there still dishonest people who buy the product and immediately ask for a refund? Yes. But not as often as you think.

              Also, a lot of affiliate programs talk about high EPCs, but if 1/2 the people refund - that also matters! That's why transparency and good old fashioned "value" still works.

              Best,
              Ryan
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      • Profile picture of the author Lifeimprovement
        From what I saw of the Upsells, and what Ryan himself said, you do not need them. The basic program is enough. Apply that and then come back and get the upsells if you need to expand your programs.
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  • Profile picture of the author julesw
    I bought it, avoided upsells, it's a decent product at the price, got a few good ideas from it for sure
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  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    Ryan,

    I notice that you were using something like OptimizePress for the launch. Would you recommend that system or a similar one in setting up the membership sites?

    Also, is the event ticket transferable? For people who would not be able to attend, can they sell it?
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by Paleochora View Post

      Ryan,

      I notice that you were using something like OptimizePress for the launch. Would you recommend that system or a similar one in setting up the membership sites?

      Also, is the event ticket transferable? For people who would not be able to attend, can they sell it?
      1. I do like Optimize Press for sales letters and simple memberships as well. I go over all the options in the program.

      2. Sorry, but the ticket is not transferable or sell-able.

      Best
      Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author LB
    For the price this course is a steal. Buy it.

    Simple enough?
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by LB View Post

      For the price this course is a steal. Buy it.

      Simple enough?
      Thanks for your vote, LB!

      It's great people have so many questions... but I've gotta be honest. I figured at the low price of just $37 for everything, people would jump all over it.

      I guess people have been burned so many times before.. We really need to clean the industry up!

      Ryan
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      • Profile picture of the author Jason Fladlien
        I love this product. Ryan you are the man!

        He's such a good guy. I remember years ago he responded to a cold email I sent him to try to get him to promote something of mine (I was such a dork back then, lol!). Ryan actually responded and wanted to interview ME for one of HIS bread and butter continuity programs he had.

        Such a classy guy.

        I went through the product as soon as it was available and I have to say this - there is JUST one bonus he threw in there alone that is waaaaaay worth it for me... not to mention all the main content which is great.

        I was so impressed I promoted this to my list and added in a ton of my own bonuses and did a lot of work to make sure people realized how good of a product it was - and I almost never offer bonuses.

        Ryan, thanks for creating this. Really good stuff!

        P.S. I'll see ya in Vegas. Hopefully I'll get the top dog treatment
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        • Profile picture of the author LB
          Originally Posted by Jason Fladlien View Post

          I love this product. Ryan you are the man!

          He's such a good guy. I remember years ago he responded to a cold email I sent him to try to get him to promote something of mine (I was such a dork back then, lol!). Ryan actually responded and wanted to interview ME for one of HIS bread and butter continuity programs he had.

          Such a classy guy.

          I went through the product as soon as it was available and I have to say this - there is JUST one bonus he threw in there alone that is waaaaaay worth it for me... not to mention all the main content which is great.

          I was so impressed I promoted this to my list and added in a ton of my own bonuses and did a lot of work to make sure people realized how good of a product it was - and I almost never offer bonuses.

          Ryan, thanks for creating this. Really good stuff!

          P.S. I'll see ya in Vegas. Hopefully I'll get the top dog treatment
          I see Jason popped in here...I figure I'd mention I purchased through his link because he's offering some "no brainer" bonus content. If you're going to get this then it would make sense to get some sweet bonuses as well.
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          • Profile picture of the author Cliff_OBA
            I got some solid material from James Penn (give the guy credit) and gave Nano Continuity a look. I was curious, but honestly have a large backlog of material to go through already. I really didn't need another course.

            But then I read this thread, and picked it up anyways. Ryan, cheers for coming in here and participating with such candor. I expect most of us got something out of this bonus lesson.


            Cliff
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            • Profile picture of the author Eric Louviere
              Ryan is a stand up guy and is certainly great to learn from. He's one of my all time favorite speakers! You cannot go wrong with anything he teaches from everything I've seen. THIS is what this market should be like -- unlike all the garbage we've been seeing flood the market.

              What are you waiting for... Get his program and take action!

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            • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
              Originally Posted by IM Walkthrough View Post

              I got some solid material from James Penn (give the guy credit) and gave Nano Continuity a look. I was curious, but honestly have a large backlog of material to go through already. I really didn't need another course.

              But then I read this thread, and picked it up anyways. Ryan, cheers for coming in here and participating with such candor. I expect most of us got something out of this bonus lesson.


              Cliff
              Thanks Cliff - I appreciate you taking a chance on me!

              Best,
              Ryan
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        • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
          Originally Posted by Jason Fladlien View Post

          I love this product. Ryan you are the man!

          He's such a good guy. I remember years ago he responded to a cold email I sent him to try to get him to promote something of mine (I was such a dork back then, lol!). Ryan actually responded and wanted to interview ME for one of HIS bread and butter continuity programs he had.

          Such a classy guy.

          I went through the product as soon as it was available and I have to say this - there is JUST one bonus he threw in there alone that is waaaaaay worth it for me... not to mention all the main content which is great.

          I was so impressed I promoted this to my list and added in a ton of my own bonuses and did a lot of work to make sure people realized how good of a product it was - and I almost never offer bonuses.

          Ryan, thanks for creating this. Really good stuff!

          P.S. I'll see ya in Vegas. Hopefully I'll get the top dog treatment
          Thanks Jason. I think the same of you.

          First class all the way!

          You are looking like the "top dog" right now

          Best,
          Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    I guess people have been burned so many times before.. We really need to clean the industry up!
    I am not sure it's just because people have been ripped off too much in the past. It probably has more to do with the fact that people are not so free-spending as they once were.

    In the past people would be 'all over' an offer like this but now they are pausing to think..."OK I have my stuff going on which keeps me busy....so, will this fit into that business model and, if not, will I have the time to implement what I learn in this program over and above everything else I need to do?" They question making the purchase, any purchase, far more.

    That's what happens in a nervous economy and co-incidentally is the main selling point for starting nano continuity programs.
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    • Profile picture of the author herriott51
      For anyone prepared to act, I think this is absolutely worth the $37. I also agree with someone earlier ... just one of the bonuses justified the purchase for me.

      There's a lot of useful info in here, Ryan covers a lot of ground at a fairly fast clip which I like, and I find him a good instructor.

      The negative for me is, I did not want to hear that a non-trivial front end product was almost a prerequisite, and while I'm prepared to do what's necessary I still have some difficulty getting my head around the numbers.

      If I've understood the message correctly, and in fact my members will be mostly from buyers of the front end product, then to make the continuity income I'm aiming for I'd have to build a front end sales business of a scale that most trying-to-be-successful IM'ers would kill to have even up and running **even without** the continuity. A little bit like hearing, "to make bear soup, first catch the bear," when I've been trying to catch that darned bear without success for a long time now.

      Not saying I have a problem with the product (I don't, great value for the money) or am challenging it's accuracy concerning the need for the front end or the value of the front end (I'm not, Ryan has a LOT of credibility) ... just saying, I didn't want to hear what I heard! Not the first time, won't be the last. Sigh.

      Steve
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      • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
        Originally Posted by herriott51 View Post

        For anyone prepared to act, I think this is absolutely worth the $37. I also agree with someone earlier ... just one of the bonuses justified the purchase for me.

        There's a lot of useful info in here, Ryan covers a lot of ground at a fairly fast clip which I like, and I find him a good instructor.

        The negative for me is, I did not want to hear that a non-trivial front end product was almost a prerequisite, and while I'm prepared to do what's necessary I still have some difficulty getting my head around the numbers.

        If I've understood the message correctly, and in fact my members will be mostly from buyers of the front end product, then to make the continuity income I'm aiming for I'd have to build a front end sales business of a scale that most trying-to-be-successful IM'ers would kill to have even up and running **even without** the continuity. A little bit like hearing, "to make bear soup, first catch the bear," when I've been trying to catch that darned bear without success for a long time now.

        Not saying I have a problem with the product (I don't, great value for the money) or am challenging it's accuracy concerning the need for the front end or the value of the front end (I'm not, Ryan has a LOT of credibility) ... just saying, I didn't want to hear what I heard! Not the first time, won't be the last. Sigh.

        Steve
        I can understand what you mean - but look at it another way. This will maybe start you on the road to create some great, non-trivial front end products of your own.

        Ryan gives a lot of common-sense pointers for creating something with value within the course.

        Get your product and back-end ready to go, add it to Payspree or wherever you prefer, make some initial sales, gather some affiliates and you will be on your way.

        You could also offer a recurring affiliate commission on the continuity program to boost memberships through JV activities.

        What I am saying is...maybe this project will prove to be the means of actually getting that bear into the stockpot
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  • Profile picture of the author JJOrana
    Hey Ryan.

    In your experience what are the percentages of...

    People that are completely aware of the continuity and trial included in the offer and those who don't?

    Marketing is good and I just don't people feel they're tricked.
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  • Profile picture of the author RedHat39
    Sounds great Ryan. Thanks for the update!
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  • Profile picture of the author lchiles
    The very fact that Ryan is responding to posts at all puts in in a class above. It's a good product. Yes you do need a front end product but that's good advice for ANYONE going into marketing anyway. Always supplement your income.
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by lchiles View Post

      The very fact that Ryan is responding to posts at all puts in in a class above. It's a good product. Yes you do need a front end product but that's good advice for ANYONE going into marketing anyway. Always supplement your income.
      Thank you

      I have enjoyed getting involved in the conversation!

      And you are correct, you should always strive for a strong front-end regardless of continuity or not.

      Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    Yes you do need a front end product but that's good advice for ANYONE going into marketing anyway. Always supplement your income.
    Agreed. That this course may actually be the nudge people need into creating their own products is great.

    One of the reasons I was so interested in this training, however, is that I have a completely different model to use 'nano continuity' sites for (expect a WSO at some point on this - ) which doesn't involve a front end product.

    What I am saying is....if you are reading this thread and you don't yet feel you are at a place where you can create a worthwhile product (maybe through lack of time rather than expertise) then don't let that factor put you off getting hold of this training.

    Ryan's primary thrust involved having a converting product, but that is by no means the only way to launch a successful membership site - just maybe the best way. I am also putting together a program which will lead on from any and all products I sell both existing ones and future ones. But there are other business models which you can employ and what you will get from this is course is invaluable.

    Don't let it put you off the course. You will benefit from it.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikeroosa
    I purchased this a couple of weeks ago and I can tell you that this is an incredible value. I still haven't decided what I'm going to do to put the plan in action because I'm working on some other things at the moment, but there is a ton of content in here.

    I never heard of Ryan before buying this, but he is an excellent presenter and you know he is raking in the dough when you start watching the videos. He's definitely not a pretender.

    Thanks,
    Mike Roosa
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by mikeroosa View Post

      I purchased this a couple of weeks ago and I can tell you that this is an incredible value. I still haven't decided what I'm going to do to put the plan in action because I'm working on some other things at the moment, but there is a ton of content in here.

      I never heard of Ryan before buying this, but he is an excellent presenter and you know he is raking in the dough when you start watching the videos. He's definitely not a pretender.

      Thanks,
      Mike Roosa
      Thank you Mike!

      I appreciate you taking a chance on me, and I'm glad you are enjoying the program.

      Keep on rockin'
      Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
    Hey Warriors,

    Here's another update.

    We pulled off this 6-figure product launch in a matter of a couple of weeks. And I will highlight some of the BIG lessons I learned.

    Here are the first 2 parts of my ongoing series...

    Part I - Don't Be THAT Guy
    Part II - The CPA Myth

    Stay tuned for more.

    Best,
    Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author wickle27
    Robert-Which service are you using for your membership site?
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    It was!! Can you send me an email, I would like to ask you a few questions. wickle27_1999@yahoo.com.
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    loves the range rover and its ryan lee
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  • Profile picture of the author Paleochora
    This whole concept of nano continuity just gets more and more exciting the more you start doing it.

    I am still marshalling content ready for launch but i am almost there. My sig contains the pre-launch of an amazing NC site of mine.

    Thanks for this impetus Ryan.....As a result I will probably be hitting you up for an interview Hey, you make your bed........right? Or is it a rod for you back you make? Delete the least applicable cliche, lol
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    • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
      Originally Posted by Paleochora View Post

      This whole concept of nano continuity just gets more and more exciting the more you start doing it.

      I am still marshalling content ready for launch but i am almost there. My sig contains the pre-launch of an amazing NC site of mine.

      Thanks for this impetus Ryan.....As a result I will probably be hitting you up for an interview Hey, you make your bed........right? Or is it a rod for you back you make? Delete the least applicable cliche, lol
      Looking forward to doing an interview for you

      Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanleedotcom
    Hey Warriors,

    I've been getting SO MANY emails and questions. I just did the live Q/A webinar for buyers.

    But I'm also going to do more "speed coaching" sessions for everyone on Facebook.

    First one is going down today (Friday) at 3pm EST.

    Just "like" my Facebook page and get ready with your questions at 3!

    Facebook Speed Coaching

    Rock 'on,
    Ryan
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      Gee, the nano stuff crossed my inbox and I pretty much ignored it. Now I wish I had checked it out right away, while the price was still $37!

      Sounds like a great product, and I especially appreciate Ryan himself answering the questions here.

      Checking if Jason's bonuses are still available (or a special offer...)

      Elisabeth
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