Commission Commando- anyone using it?

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Has anyone bought, used or are going thru Commission Commando?

Looked at his other product reviewed in this forum that seem to left a bad taste in people's mouth.



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  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    There was a thread on this already with plenty of reviews but it appears it's disappeared.

    Anyway the general cenus is it a very good course and well worth the money.

    James Scholes
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    • Profile picture of the author Andy Hart
      Originally Posted by xxxJamesxxx View Post

      There was a thread on this already with plenty of reviews but it appears it's disappeared.

      Anyway the general cenus is it a very good course and well worth the money.

      James Scholes
      The thread disappeared because the guy who started the thread posted:

      " anyone know anything about commission commando??"

      and thats it................

      and then had a link in his sig to his affiliate review site of that product, pretty lame.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jamaican2011
        Originally Posted by Andy Hart View Post

        The thread disappeared because the guy who started the thread posted:

        " anyone know anything about commission commando??"

        and thats it................

        and then had a link in his sig to his affiliate review site of that product, pretty lame.


        lol



        lame-ness multiplied
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      • Profile picture of the author aminur
        Originally Posted by Andy Hart View Post

        The thread disappeared because the guy who started the thread posted:

        " anyone know anything about commission commando??"

        and thats it................

        and then had a link in his sig to his affiliate review site of that product, pretty lame.

        Must be some 1 new to this forum. so many people do the same thing over and over.
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  • i heard this was also a good product , does this come with software for social a media its not clear ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    anything from Sean Donahoe is good i guess i was researching on this too
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  • Profile picture of the author XXXXXXXX
    Wow I am sorry I missed that prior thread. Does anyone here know some of those prior posters that could put up a review here. I would be interested in knowing what folks that have bought this say. I would be interested to know the secret traffic source.

    Thanks X
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  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    The thread disappeared because the guy who started the thread posted:

    " anyone know anything about commission commando??"

    and thats it................

    and then had a link in his sig to his affiliate review site of that product, pretty lame.
    Really...

    Because the thread I remember nearly had 50 posts and loads of useful reviews... I commented on it about 3 times as it goes.

    ...But never mind.

    The course is all about building highly monitized sites using a auto site building software, and instead of relying on Google for traffic, Sean teaches how to get traffic from mainly Facebook and Twitter.

    Me personally I think it's worth the money, just bear in mind I know nothing about marketing FB and Twitter so it was all new to me.

    Hope this helps

    James Scholes
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    • Profile picture of the author Andy Hart
      Originally Posted by xxxJamesxxx View Post

      Really...

      Because the thread I remember nearly had 50 posts and loads of useful reviews... I commented on it about 3 times as it goes.

      ...But never mind.

      The course is all about building highly monitized sites using a auto site building software, and instead of relying on Google for traffic, Sean teaches how to get traffic from mainly Facebook and Twitter.

      Me personally I think it's worth the money, just bear in mind I know nothing about marketing FB and Twitter so it was all new to me.

      Hope this helps

      James Scholes
      I agree James, all the posts after the original post spam were really good posts discussing the product, I think the thread was deleted because the original post (thread starter) was the problematic spam, hopefully everyone will jump back in and add their 2c again.
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  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
    MODERATOR

    The problem is that when you delete the first post it removes the whole thread. I didn't do it, by the way. But if anybody signals the cheating to a super-mod, they are going to zap it without a second's thought. I will see if I can rescue any of the posts, though I doubt it.

    I am having connection problems with this particular forum at the moment, though not with the SEO forum. I would be grateful if you member-moderators could keep a close eye out for scams etc for the next few days.

    Thanks.

    Pearson
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    • Profile picture of the author Justin Says
      Originally Posted by pearsonbrown View Post

      MODERATOR

      The problem is that when you delete the first post it removes the whole thread. I didn't do it, by the way. But if anybody signals the cheating to a super-mod, they are going to zap it without a second's thought. I will see if I can rescue any of the posts, though I doubt it.

      I am having connection problems with this particular forum at the moment, though not with the SEO forum. I would be grateful if you member-moderators could keep a close eye out for scams etc for the next few days.

      Thanks.

      Pearson
      Always on the lookout Pearson

      As for Commission Commando, I have not purchased it, but I do remember seeing a bunch of decent reviews for it. But be warned, there are a few products out there right now with the word "Commission" right before them that are complete crap, so I almost viewed this as one of those products.

      Again, I have no purchased the product and I don't know if people are being absolutely honest, but it seems like he's a decent guy from what people are saying.
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  • Profile picture of the author rspadi
    Seems like Commission Commando is no longer available and can no longer be accessed by members??? THe site displays: "This account has been suspended" - Anyone knows what's going on?
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    • Profile picture of the author bitriot
      Originally Posted by rspadi View Post

      Seems like Commission Commando is no longer available and can no longer be accessed by members??? THe site displays: "This account has been suspended" - Anyone knows what's going on?
      I am in the same boat. Was hoping to put some of the video content into use today!
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    • Profile picture of the author Justin Says
      Originally Posted by rspadi View Post

      Seems like Commission Commando is no longer available and can no longer be accessed by members??? THe site displays: "This account has been suspended" - Anyone knows what's going on?
      Ouch. That's a big deal. Especially for what is supposedly a good product. I wonder how many members they had?
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  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    Don't worry it'll get sorted. Otherwise there is gonna be a refund frenzy and that's a last thing you want when doing a Clickbank launch... Also makes him look bad to his JV partners too.

    James Scholes
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  • Profile picture of the author alisa777
    I've got it and was going through the videos but today faced the message "This account has been suspended"
    so went to the thread to see if someone knows about it and what we could expect.

    Thread disappeared ?!
    It's a kind of weird thing that the whole thread with so many useful posts was deleted
    just like that.

    Back to the product.
    This certainly is not a crap-type of product we are used to see launching so often.
    I agree with others here saying it's well worth the money.
    ( Hope the site will be back soon from "suspended" status)

    The basic offer at $47 (discounted at $37 on exit)
    consists of 10 video modules walking you through the process of
    building and promoting a successful blog.
    After going through the videos you get pretty clear idea of
    a well thought, intelligent and methodical process to set up
    a nice looking and high quality site, while setting up automatic connections with
    social media at the same time.
    ( Twitter and Facebook being the main but not the only ones)

    Two software tools included in the basic package:

    * simple but useful desktop tool to get you started with
    niche research.


    * online site builder that makes a basic site setup done in just a
    few clicks, including a nice collection of useful (mostly free) plugins
    and highly customizable, professionally looking WP theme.

    There is a work to be done though in adding your own graphics, content,
    social accounts, plugins' settings etc. all of which is explained in videos.

    You are presented with free tools and services
    (quite fast and easy to implement)
    as well as with recommended paid resources to save some time
    and efforts.

    Upsells/upgrades offer Twitter and Fun Page automation
    software but no software is required to make the system to work for you.
    If you already have similar tools in your IM arsenal, you can
    use them instead as well.

    The beauty is you don't really need to work hard or wait for
    results long, with or without any additional software.
    There are interesting and original twists in the process
    with great and quick results.
    Set it up, forget it, go ahead and build some more.

    In short, thumbs up for Sean Donhau.

    However I suspect the training could feet well the total beginners' needs.
    Videos don't go much in details and there's no accompanying PDFs/transcripts
    so one should have at least good basic WP and IM knowledge/experience
    to be able to follow the training.

    Anyway I would recommend beginners to stick with it while putting some
    more efforts in learning new stuff all way long. Hardly they could find
    a better training to achieve success online.

    Highly recommended.
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  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Jackson
    Damn thats crazy hope you guys tried to contact the support team for commission commando and see what the problem is, I wonder if everyone is getting the same error?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jimspeed
    He had a server issue today, all is better now
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    • Profile picture of the author bitriot
      Members area: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 262144 bytes) in /home/ccommand/public_html/members/wp-content/themes/OptimizePress/lib/admin/admin-interface.php on line 1

      Not fixed yet...

      [edit] - It's working now!
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    It is fixed now
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    • Profile picture of the author The 13th Warrior
      Well, the Extreme Niche Empire thread, about Sean's product, looked like it did not end well, especially the last part of the thread:

      http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...empires-5.html

      So the question is, can the new product be better or was the former product a precedent of what to expect in future products?


      The 13th Warrior
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      • Profile picture of the author Kenrick C
        Originally Posted by The 13th Warrior View Post

        Well, the Extreme Niche Empire thread, about Sean's product, looked like it did not end well, especially the last part of the thread:

        http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...empires-5.html

        So the question is, can the new product be better or was the former product a precedent of what to expect in future products?


        The 13th Warrior
        ENE is a good product. Even though some people had complaints, you have to take the good with the bad. I do not have any complaints except I wish I had more time.

        The question for you is: Are you interested in making a quick buck that may not last OR in it to make big bucks (with peace of mind) consistently over the long-term?

        The ENE system takes time. It takes time to develop content, build sites, and generate traffic.

        So let me give you an example. I had 360 500 word articles written for me by VAs. The majority of these articles were okay; which make sense since these writers are not niche experts.

        So if I was in it for the short-term quick buck; I could have published the articles as is and fired up the auto content plug-in. Thus, I could have finished my 20 niche sites a few weeks ago and started off page SEO.

        Now let’s weigh the pros and cons.

        Pros: It is not as time consuming.

        Cons: This method may not be sustainable over the long-term or at least as effective moving forward since Google is seeking unique, good content with its Panda updates.

        Now since I am from the business world, I want to differentiate myself from the competition and want to generate long-term sustainable and scalable income streams.

        So instead, I am spending the time to rewrite all 360 articles to make sure they make sense and provide useful ideas.

        After all of the unique articles are published, I will write one unique article per site each week. Eventually I will outsource this and other tasks using 20% of gross revenue.

        Once the sites generate a lot of traffic and revenue, I will recruit 5 experts per niche site to publish 1 piece of new unique content (total of 5 articles and/or videos) each week; 5 experts with excellent content and not a very large online following.

        Thus, I can stop paying outsourcers to produce new, unique content each week and put my system of making money off of other people's efforts into play.

        I will also convince these experts to offer free branded material (with better content) I can use to replace the PLR/MRR material I am currently using to grow my email lists for each niche site.

        I will also sell these experts products as an affiliate via email lists, webinars, and membership sites.

        Likewise, they will have enough incentive to continue publishing unique, excellent content on my niche sites each week to increase their online exposure and make additional income.

        Pros:

        1. I will have consistent fresh, excellent, and free 100% unique content from niche experts furthering differentiating my niche sites from my remaining top competitors.

        2. I will provide Google with the excellent, unique, and authority content it loves… increasing the authority of my sites without worrying about any future updates (peace of mind).

        3. Likewise, my rankings, traffic, income, and niche sites value should consistently increase.

        4. I will save time without trying to create niche products for every niche. Instead, the niche experts will create the products for me. I cannot be the jack of all trades and the master of none. The niche I will focus on (for myself) is information marketing.

        5. I will have a nice list of potential, future offline customers (and access to their networks and colleagues via referrals) interested in generating income online.

        6. I can go on and on…

        Cons: It will take more time to establish than the quick-buck short-term and perhaps unsustainable alternatives.
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  • Profile picture of the author NetworxNZ
    does autoblogging still work???

    after about 2 years and 50 blogs later, less than $150 per month in income, in my mind, it's not worth the effort. I'd love to know the stats in terms of how many sites you need to have running before you make any real cash and what sort of traffic per day those sites need to produce predictable income. How many wordpress blogs can you host on a single hosting account anyways - does anyone have an opinion on that?
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    • Profile picture of the author netprospector
      Originally Posted by NetworxNZ View Post

      does autoblogging still work???

      after about 2 years and 50 blogs later, less than $150 per month in income, in my mind, it's not worth the effort. I'd love to know the stats in terms of how many sites you need to have running before you make any real cash and what sort of traffic per day those sites need to produce predictable income. How many wordpress blogs can you host on a single hosting account anyways - does anyone have an opinion on that?

      I have done over 600, problem is they didn't make enough money to justify renewing the domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Its not an autoblog course (like Extreme Niche Empires). Unlimited if Hostgator. Its not how many you can host, but what traffic you get.
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    • Profile picture of the author NetworxNZ
      Originally Posted by cypherslock View Post

      Its not an autoblog course (like Extreme Niche Empires). Unlimited if Hostgator. Its not how many you can host, but what traffic you get.
      I'll have a look at ENE but I disagree with your comment on how many domains you can host....

      I've got hosting accts with both hostgator and bluehost, and one other now after what happened on Friday - basically I got an email from Bluehost tech support saying my account has been suspended due to "poor performance" - my site had been impacting on others on the same server - some of these sites are pulling several hundred visitors per day but mainly it was the combination of plugins running / cron jobs that was causing the problem - outcome - I had 30 websites go offline for the best part of an hour.... Have resolved now but a key part of my blogging strategy has now got to be re-engineered - thats what I mean by autoblogging being not worth it - I've done VPS servers before and all that did was bleed cash for months, so I need to be certain next time, before I go that way that I have at least several sites that are converting and returning consistent income.

      Thats my two cents worth for anyone else considering the autoblogging track.

      Cheers

      darren
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  • Profile picture of the author Dax Brathwaite
    I went through Commission Commando, but I prefer Extreme Niche Empires.

    It is my opinion that Extreme Niche Empires makes better sites than Commission Commando, is a more comprehensive course that explains a lot more, and gives you more control and understanding of what you're doing than Commission Commando. Also, some things just did not work right for me on the Commission Commando site. I sent a ticket to their support, but it seems like I may have stumped them too as I haven't gotten an answer after waiting a week.

    Extreme Niche Empires is good, and I made money with it. Commission Commando needs improving. Just my opinion.
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    • Profile picture of the author dtmission
      I actually prefer Extreme Niche Empires more than Commission Commander.

      They are both good courses and they teach different methods to promote your blog and get traffic.

      Commission Commando proposes a way more integrated with social media sites and especially Twitter and Facebook.

      The site creation done with the Site Builder can be helpful for newbies, but works only with domains. I had problems using it with a domain subfolder and I have not tried with subdomains.

      I had instead no problems at all with the more manual approach suggested by ENE.
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    • Profile picture of the author bjking
      Originally Posted by diggdug View Post

      I went through Commission Commando, but I prefer Extreme Niche Empires.

      It is my opinion that Extreme Niche Empires makes better sites than Commission Commando, is a more comprehensive course that explains a lot more, and gives you more control and understanding of what you're doing than Commission Commando. Also, some things just did not work right for me on the Commission Commando site. I sent a ticket to their support, but it seems like I may have stumped them too as I haven't gotten an answer after waiting a week.

      Extreme Niche Empires is good, and I made money with it. Commission Commando needs improving. Just my opinion.
      I agree commision commando is more into social media as a means of traffic generation than SEO. The results therefore can be impressive and quick.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kenrick C
        I am an ENE customer who wants to purchase Commission Commando if the Twitter, Facebook, and/or Google+ components can be integrated with my ENE sites.

        Likewise, does the social media integration of Commission Commando only work with the Commission Commando created sites?

        Does the Fan Page software produce SSL secure pages or at least explains how to secure these pages with SSL?
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        I have finished building my first batch of 10 ENE authority (no auto content) sites; each loaded with 19-20 100% original, authority articles. I will finish the second batch of 10 sites sometime late next month.

        Beginning in January, I will publish at least one new 100% original, authority article per site each week. I also have blog broadcasts set up in Aweber to send to individuals who opt-in to receive my ENE sites' newsletters and autoresponder series.

        These articles will focus on targeted keywords and will be monetized by relevant Amazon.com products (priced at least $100+), ClickBank products that generate at least $20+ per sale, and high end products that generate $100-$10,000 per sale.

        So instead of creating hundreds or thousands of smaller sites that generate for example, up to $1,000 each on a monthly basis; I decided to create a smaller number of larger authority sites that could eventually generate up to $10,000+ each on a monthly basis.

        I will create 7 more ENE sites sometime next year to cover additional niches that have programs that pay up to $10,000 per affiliate sale.

        As I mentioned in June, I will keep you all posted of my results, once I begin off page SEO (hopefully beginning in late January) after completing the social media integration on my 20 ENE sites.

        Until then, my domains will continue to age.


        Thanks-Kenrick
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Poc
    Yes, I acutally got my hands on Commission Commando and I can confirm it is a high quality product.

    What you will discover inside this product is making money from social marketing and social media using some pretty cool automated social media marketing techniques as well as using basic seo techniques (in advanced version, Sean talks about many more advanced techniques, but the basic course is good as well)

    I can confirm that you will not make money INSTANTLY, but if you take constant action, there’s a good chance that you will finally succeed online.
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  • Profile picture of the author World Marketing
    I have heard mostly positive reviews on this product and some negatives...I'm going to have to check it out for myself as most people seem to approve.
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    • Profile picture of the author dtmission
      I mentioned before some limits of the automatic installer when you want to create your blog in a subfolder of the main domain or in a subdomain.

      I have just noticed that Sean has added an alternative installation method with a manual installer.

      I tried to use it to make the installation in a subfolder of my chosen domain and it worked successfully.

      However I have problems with the automatically created links because many of them refer only to the domain and omit the subfolder.

      I will try to correct this manually, but it would be good if Sean could find a solution for this problem as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author sstoney200
    I too have been looking into this product and I found an interesting review here: Commission Commando Review - Be Wary Of Dishonest Reviews Here!

    It basically sums it up as a fairly decent product but does say that 'There are hidden catches to this system. These are traffic generating software that comes for $297 that is required for the system.'

    Can those that have purchased clarify if this is true or not? It's 1 thing paying 40 bucks and another nearly 350!
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    How are you guys verifying multiple facebook accounts?
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  • Profile picture of the author starli88
    In my opinion, Commission Commando is a good product. Learn quite a number of new stuffs.
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  • Profile picture of the author igorGriffiths
    I have bought and tested commission commando and it is a good product however you must read the FAQ and Knowledge base before using the software as there are a few glitches that will stop you in your tracks.

    It does what it says on the tin but I found the Wordpress theme and coding to be tempermental in places, I had to restart the install as the site got corrupted, it does not create secure FB pages and I actually got a slap from FB for using the fake account recommended in the training.

    I use hostgator and had to use the manual install which is not a problem as the process is very simple and clearly explained.

    For the price $40 there are plenty of golden marketing nuggets that you can extract and use elsewhere without having to use Sean's complete system.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kenrick C
      Originally Posted by avelcomms View Post

      I have bought and tested commission commando and it is a good product however you must read the FAQ and Knowledge base before using the software as there are a few glitches that will stop you in your tracks.

      It does what it says on the tin but I found the Wordpress theme and coding to be tempermental in places, I had to restart the install as the site got corrupted, it does not create secure FB pages and I actually got a slap from FB for using the fake account recommended in the training.

      I use hostgator and had to use the manual install which is not a problem as the process is very simple and clearly explained.

      For the price $40 there are plenty of golden marketing nuggets that you can extract and use elsewhere without having to use Sean's complete system.
      Thanks for the comment Avel.

      I just went through some of my Facebook training (I purchased this summer) for the first time and discovered how to secure applications and Fanpages via SSL certificates and dedicated hosting IPs.

      I also discovered a free SSL option as well that I will test shortly.

      For the Fanpage creator, does it permit one to customize a WP blog and use it to build the fanpage? Also, does it allow reveal /fan gate tab functionality?

      For the main and advance course, could I use his Twitter and Facebook integration training for any website?

      For his ENE course, I followed his Twitter integration advice.

      I also installed a comment system similar to Disqus (for Facebook connect and Twitter integration) and a WP plug-in similar to Social Bar.

      So now I want to create custom fanpages, integrate them with my niche sites (to increase chances content is shared by others on Facebook and Twitter), and use FB applications and other methods to build up likes, fans, and so on.
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