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Hi all,
I would like to know if someone of you has allready bought "Push Button Marketer"?
I am realy interessted in the produkt. From what it can do (automate tasks) it looks very exiting.
I try to imagine how I would for example automate my email or website building. I can not think of a way that would work. But there must be a solution to this.

Also I have heared that there is an one time offer. I would like to know from someone who bought it allready if what it is and how much it kosts.
Thanks a lot for helping me:-)

so, I edited the .com link out! Didnt know that was an affiliate link. it must be a redirekt. again thanks for letting me know.

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  • Profile picture of the author juniorich
    well i am going to try it, and give you my opinion about it very soon
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrick25
    *sorry! I posted the direct url to the push button marketer
    .com site. I am not sure if that is an affiliate link. I try to edit it out if I can. Thanks for letting me know.
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    • Profile picture of the author ConcordeWarrior
      I had a look at the product creators sales page.

      What puzzles me is that yesterday the package was marked $67 for a "special discount price".

      I looked again today out of simple curiosity The new "special discount price" is now $47 as to this link. This is rather mysterious.

      This makes an amazingly cheap launch price for such a complete product.

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      • Profile picture of the author Wah Bhatti
        i have not seen this software so im not trying to compare but what does it do that this wont

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      • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
        Originally Posted by ConcordeWarrior View Post

        I had a look at the product creators sales page.

        What puzzles me is that yesterday the package was marked $67 for a "special discount price".

        I looked again today out of simple curiosity The new "special discount price" is now $47 as to this link. This is rather mysterious.

        This makes an amazingly cheap launch price for such a complete product.

        Push Button Marketer | Pushbutton Internet Marketing Software

        YES, I want Push Button Marketer!
        Yes, I want to save time by using the Macro Marketer software!
        Yes, I want to get more done while working less!
        Yes, I want instant access to the package right now plus the fast action bonus.
        Yes, I want it now for only $47 before the price goes up!
        (This offer is ending soon)
        It's EASY! Just click the big red button to order now...
        We are doing split testing, and testing a few different variables including price.

        to answer the question above... there is a $97 OTO. Which also helps explain why we are being aggressive with the front end price.

        We will be raising the price, but perhaps I will do a WSO for this product sometime.

        BTW, this is a tip for all warriors... Split testing pays!!!

        By split testing and making small tweaks, we more than doubled our conversion rate within the first 24 hours of the launch.

        If anyone has any specific question about the product I would be happy to answer them, but obviously some 3rd party reviews would probably be more appropriate for this thread, as I don't want to cross the line into self promotion
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    • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
      Originally Posted by Patrick25 View Post

      *sorry! I posted the direct url to the push button marketer
      .com site. I am not sure if that is an affiliate link. I try to edit it out if I can. Thanks for letting me know.
      Just FYI, the links that you see with "?id=A100832" or some number at the end are NOT affiliate links. Those are part of our split testing and tracking system, as it gives a unique tracking ID to every source of incoming traffic.
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      • Profile picture of the author Patrick25
        Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

        Just FYI, the links that you see with "?id=A100832" or some number at the end are NOT affiliate links. Those are part of our split testing and tracking system, as it gives a unique tracking ID to every source of incoming traffic.

        *thanks Eric for clearing that up with the affiliate and tracking! Also thanks for the price of the Oto. Now I can found my card aproratly if I want to
        buy it:-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Jackson
    Hi Eric,

    Could uploading a blog, including all plug ins and a few other options be automated with your system?
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    • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
      Originally Posted by Adam Jackson View Post

      Hi Eric,

      Could uploading a blog, including all plug ins and a few other options be automated with your system?
      Yes it could, but that is not one of the pre-built macros. So you would need to program the software (build the macro) to do it. Or you could hire someone to build the macro for you.

      The only part that would not be fully automated is any UNIQUE user input, like the name of the blog. But you could create auto-prompts with the software, where it asks you the appropriate variables and you simply fill in the blanks before it does its job.

      EDIT-- come to think of it, you could program it to do most of that part too. For example, if you have a spreadsheet or some data source containing a LIST of required data for each blog to be created (ie. domain, blog name, username) then you could program it to pull the data from that list as it builds them. It's a bit of an advanced macro, but it could be done.
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      • Profile picture of the author Adam Jackson
        Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

        Yes it could, but that is not one of the pre-built macros. So you would need to program the software (build the macro) to do it. Or you could hire someone to build the macro for you.

        The only part that would not be fully automated is any UNIQUE user input, like the name of the blog. But you could create auto-prompts with the software, where it asks you the appropriate variables and you simply fill in the blanks before it does its job.

        EDIT-- come to think of it, you could program it to do most of that part too. For example, if you have a spreadsheet or some data source containing a LIST of required data for each blog to be created (ie. domain, blog name, username) then you could program it to pull the data from that list as it builds them. It's a bit of an advanced macro, but it could be done.
        Thanks Eric - I've considered utilizing macros before. The auto-prompts sound like just what I need; and the spreadsheet idea sounds fantastic as well. Do you provide, or know anyone that would be willing to do any of the advanced micro stuff?

        Thanks,

        Adam
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        • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
          Originally Posted by Adam Jackson View Post

          Thanks Eric - I've considered utilizing macros before. The auto-prompts sound like just what I need; and the spreadsheet idea sounds fantastic as well. Do you provide, or know anyone that would be willing to do any of the advanced micro stuff?

          Thanks,

          Adam
          We are not currently offering any macro building service, but it's a good idea. Perhaps I will put something like that together if there seems to be demand for it. In the mean time, my partner on the project (Micah) could probaby take on a limited number of projects if the price was right. But it would be much cheaper to find a coder on Rentacoder (I use RAC for all sorts of stuff).
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  • Profile picture of the author edman
    Hello Eric

    Just got myself a copy, although I haven't yet played around with it much, I understand the concept as I've done some similar custom automation with a few simple tasks in excel.

    The software is great after looking through the functions and I've already seen many ways to put this to good use.

    Basically the limitation will be from us not the software. Will be good to have a thread for idea sharing on this one so that we can bring out the best of it.

    Great job on the software Eric, and it's at a good price too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kang
    So will there be a WSO?

    I was ready to purchase but hearing about a WSO
    stopped me in my tracks; well maybe I'll purchase anyway
    since I'm sure Eric will let us have it at the WSO price if we
    purchased prior.

    Sounds like an interesting product, especially for a productivity
    freak like me
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    • Profile picture of the author my_addict_mind
      hi eric,

      how is this one different from imacro.

      imacro can pull date from spreadsheet as well as make some iterations or looping

      it can also prompt for user input like a field to be filled-up like username, city, etc.
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      • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
        Originally Posted by my_addict_mind View Post

        hi eric,

        how is this one different from imacro.

        imacro can pull date from spreadsheet as well as make some iterations or looping

        it can also prompt for user input like a field to be filled-up like username, city, etc.

        I am not familiar with imacro. But our software is essentially the same as Macro Express, for anyone familiar with it. (Macro Express has long been considered the best Windows macro software)
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        • Profile picture of the author my_addict_mind
          can your software do decision making (if then else, loop, do while, etc.)? can it transfer variables? can it record mouse and keyboard movements?

          if it can do that, $48 that is good value compared to imacro which is very expensive
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          • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
            Originally Posted by my_addict_mind View Post

            can your software do decision making (if then else, loop, do while, etc.)? can it transfer variables? can it record mouse and keyboard movements?

            if it can do that, $48 that is good value compared to imacro which is very expensive
            Yes it can. The program contains hundreds of commands including keystrokes, mouse movements and clicks, launch programs, send email, window reposition and resize, variables, if then else logic, input boxes, questions, menus, ASCII delimited and text file processing, network connections, file manipulation, math calculations, waits, pauses, repeat loops and much more.

            To be honest, me and Micah are still learning how to tap into all of its potential. We did start using some more complex variables in a few of the pre-built macros that we included.
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrick25
    Hi all and Eric,
    Here is a very specific question:
    Because I am blind I have big problems using websites with Java code and Flash in it. For example I am not able to use the wonderful interface of instant teleseminar.
    My question is could the software be trained to do the following task:
    1: loog into my instant teleeseminar accound (witch I think is now problem)
    2. Click its way to the menues until it arrives at the moderator interface 3. and then click on a button to stop or start recording or andle other needed tasks?

    Note: As I know this site (the moderator panel) never changes its look.
    So it should be possible to do the task. Whats your opinion on that Eric?

    Your answer is much apricated:-)
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    • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
      Originally Posted by Patrick25 View Post

      Hi all and Eric,
      Here is a very specific question:
      Because I am blind I have big problems using websites with Java code and Flash in it. For example I am not able to use the wonderful interface of instant teleseminar.
      My question is could the software be trained to do the following task:
      1: loog into my instant teleeseminar accound (witch I think is now problem)
      2. Click its way to the menues until it arrives at the moderator interface 3. and then click on a button to stop or start recording or andle other needed tasks?

      Note: As I know this site (the moderator panel) never changes its look.
      So it should be possible to do the task. Whats your opinion on that Eric?

      Your answer is much apricated:-)
      Best Regards,
      Patrick Sch.
      My opinion is YES a macro could definitely be written to perform that task. Most of it could be done with mouse/screen coordinates.

      I do not how how difficult our software would be to use for a blind person. I'd be interested to know if it works for you or not.
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      • Profile picture of the author Patrick25
        Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

        My opinion is YES a macro could definitely be written to perform that task. Most of it could be done with mouse/screen coordinates.

        I do not how how difficult our software would be to use for a blind person. I'd be interested to know if it works for you or not.
        Eric is there a way how we can check out if it works for blindpeople? Is there a Demo avalible?
        If it works with the adobe open eye platform as market samureiy does then it properly wont work.

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        • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
          Originally Posted by Patrick25 View Post

          Eric is there a way how we can check out if it works for blindpeople? Is there a Demo avalible?
          If it works with the adobe open eye platform as market samureiy does then it properly wont work.

          Best regards,
          Patrick
          The only way I know of testing it would be for a blind person to try it and see what happens. I could hook you up with a demo of just the software (without the other stuff in the package) so we can find out. If you want to email us at questions@pushbuttonmarketer.com and reference this post.
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelPaul
    Just wanted to let you guys know... I purchased the product and was not satisfied with it... You will waste hours upon hours of time getting this thing to do what you want...

    Once you have created a macro and run it... It will screw up and miss a step and stop or go on to do something else...

    I'm not saying you can not get it to do what you want... It just seems to time consuming to me than doing the task manually...

    Whats the point you know...
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    • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
      Originally Posted by MichaelPaul View Post

      Just wanted to let you guys know... I purchased the product and was not satisfied with it... You will waste hours upon hours of time getting this thing to do what you want...

      Once you have created a macro and run it... It will screw up and miss a step and stop or go on to do something else...

      I'm not saying you can not get it to do what you want... It just seems to time consuming to me than doing the task manually...

      Whats the point you know...
      Thanks for buying it and trying it out. The software has been developed over the past 10 years, and really is the most reliable on the market... so it's probably not the software screwing up. I would 99% guarantee that the problem is caused by not putting long enough delays between your steps. There is a video in the package covering this.

      As for being time consuming... If it takes 30 minutes to create a macro that saves 5 minutes a day for the rest of your life, is that a waste of time?

      Those are just arbitrary numbers, but the concept is proven by us and thousands of people who use macros in many types of businesses in many industries.
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      • Profile picture of the author MichaelPaul
        Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

        Thanks for buying it and trying it out. The software has been developed over the past 10 years, and really is the most reliable on the market... so it's probably not the software screwing up. I would 99% guarantee that the problem is caused by not putting long enough delays between your steps. There is a video in the package covering this.

        As for being time consuming... If it takes 30 minutes to create a macro that saves 5 minutes a day for the rest of your life, is that a waste of time?

        Those are just arbitrary numbers, but the concept is proven by us and thousands of people who use macros in many types of businesses in many industries.
        I'm not trying to beat up you or your product on this forum... It's just I was trying to setup a macro to post my ads on the classified ad site's which I do daily and it takes up a lot of my time...

        I don't know if push button marketer is made to do this type of task or not. If it can do this then I must be doing something wrong I guess maybe you can help I don't know...
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      • Profile picture of the author wiresaw
        Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

        Thanks for buying it and trying it out. The software has been developed over the past 10 years, and really is the most reliable on the market... so it's probably not the software screwing up. I would 99% guarantee that the problem is caused by not putting long enough delays between your steps. There is a video in the package covering this.

        As for being time consuming... If it takes 30 minutes to create a macro that saves 5 minutes a day for the rest of your life, is that a waste of time?

        Those are just arbitrary numbers, but the concept is proven by us and thousands of people who use macros in many types of businesses in many industries.
        Nice software, But is there any updates?
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        • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
          Originally Posted by wiresaw View Post

          Nice software, But is there any updates?
          That remains to be seen. I don't think there's any need for any updates at this time, but we will see what happens with the next Windows version, etc.
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      • Profile picture of the author my_addict_mind
        in imacro, when browsing or displaying web pages, the system by default waits for the page to load before processing the next command. do you have a similar functionality in push button marketer? because even if we put a delay command, there are times sites experience some hiccups and you will never know how many seconds it will take to load the page.

        can i also use a csv file to process say list of urls to be bookmarked and process them one by one?

        Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

        Thanks for buying it and trying it out. The software has been developed over the past 10 years, and really is the most reliable on the market... so it's probably not the software screwing up. I would 99% guarantee that the problem is caused by not putting long enough delays between your steps. There is a video in the package covering this.

        As for being time consuming... If it takes 30 minutes to create a macro that saves 5 minutes a day for the rest of your life, is that a waste of time?

        Those are just arbitrary numbers, but the concept is proven by us and thousands of people who use macros in many types of businesses in many industries.
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        • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
          Originally Posted by my_addict_mind View Post

          in imacro, when browsing or displaying web pages, the system by default waits for the page to load before processing the next command. do you have a similar functionality in push button marketer? because even if we put a delay command, there are times sites experience some hiccups and you will never know how many seconds it will take to load the page.

          can i also use a csv file to process say list of urls to be bookmarked and process them one by one?
          Yes, Micah informed me that there is a "Wait for Web Page" command in Macro Marketer that should take care of that for you.

          And yes, I do not see any reason why you wouldn't be able to create a macro to process a list of URL's in a CSV file.
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      Originally Posted by MichaelPaul View Post

      Just wanted to let you guys know... I purchased the product and was not satisfied with it... You will waste hours upon hours of time getting this thing to do what you want...

      Once you have created a macro and run it... It will screw up and miss a step and stop or go on to do something else...

      I'm not saying you can not get it to do what you want... It just seems to time consuming to me than doing the task manually...

      Whats the point you know...
      Did you ever solve the problem you was having?
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    • Profile picture of the author realoptions
      Originally Posted by MichaelPaul View Post

      Just wanted to let you guys know... I purchased the product and was not satisfied with it... You will waste hours upon hours of time getting this thing to do what you want...

      Once you have created a macro and run it... It will screw up and miss a step and stop or go on to do something else...

      I'm not saying you can not get it to do what you want... It just seems to time consuming to me than doing the task manually...

      Whats the point you know...

      Isn't it funny how you can purchase a product to leverage your time and lose even more time trying to figure out how to operate it? :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrick25
    thanks Eric that you let me test it if it works for blind people. I just send you an email with full details.
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  • Profile picture of the author Colinjn
    I'm putting up demo videos at pushbuttonmarketerdemo.com . I just posted one last night where I built a product review just before dashing out the door to pick my wife up. If I sound frazzled, it was because I only had 6 minutes to do it all. All in all I'm having fun with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author edman
    Hello Eric

    Sent you a PM
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  • Profile picture of the author Top Deal
    Nice software, But is there any updates?
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  • Profile picture of the author vernamay67
    I' m newbie and wants to know more about this before i tried this products,i see the video and its really informative and i like to post the product review and i should tell its good and hoping its also good when i used it..
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  • Profile picture of the author Igor
    It little hard to use it. so many options and the video training is not very good!
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  • Profile picture of the author RatherBeSkiing
    I've also purchased the product and have started to use it over the past 10 days.

    As some background, I'm definitely no computer programmer or tech guru. Just your regular computer user and previously primarily offline marketer and now a "Baby Warrior"....who's playing catch-up and doing more stuff online.

    While still early days in using PBM, I can make a few observations (and perhaps some suggestions too) from my own experience that might be helpful to some warriors - both those that have purchased the product and those just wondering....

    1) The system is VERY extensive in it's scope as far as what it can do. As a result, especially if you're the kind of person who doesn't use/like instruction manuals (or videos), YES, it could be easy to get overwhelmed if you're not careful. You have to take it one chunk at a time.

    2) For me the key has been to start small. While I'm doing a few even more advanced things now, I created my first macro within an hour of buying the program and viewing 3-4 of the initial short video lessons.

    This macro allowed me to at the press of just one button to handle my initial morning ritual:

    - Turn on Firefox

    - Log into my Simpleology account to power up my WebCockpit

    - Open up and log into 3 other web-based services that I use on an ongoing basis

    - Check for (and automatically install) any new virus updates for my anti-virus software

    - Go to my bank account and download new transactions

    - Open up my Outlook and download new messages

    - Switch back to automatically to Calendar mode as I only check my messages twice a day and NOT first thing in the morning (Thanks Tim Ferris!)


    And while this the above is being done, I'm in the kitchen making a juice and a protein shake.

    Just this one task saved me about 10 minutes per day.

    Guys, this doesn't sound like much at first, but multiply it by 6 days a week and over a year...and it adds up. In fact, as unbelievable as it sounds, just this one task will save me FULL 2 days per year!! (10 mins x 6 days x 48 weeks).

    And this was just my first of a number of macros that I've created for myself in the past few days.

    3) I also want to comment on Pushbutton's Support.

    I had a couple of initial challenges, especially with getting one of the more advanced (pre-supplied) macros to function as it should. Micah (Eric's partner in the product) quickly answered a number of my Support tickets personally and after a brief exchange, the issue was solved and the macro has been working like a dream. (Thanks mate!)

    (Quick Note: This macro has now saved me (conservatively) around 6 hrs to date (in 5 days). And on an ongoing basis, it has avoided me outsourcing what was a boring, repetitive and weekly task (image manipulation) to Elance/Rentacoder, which i was previously looking to do.)


    4) Ok, now for a couple of cons/gripes...

    - Igor, I agree with you to a certain extent.

    It has so many options and can seem hard to use at first glance - especially if someone may not take the time to go through at least 30 minutes worth of the video tutorials. (To anyone considering it a simple tip: If you're not willing to spend at least 30 - 60 mins going through even the basic tutorials, don't bother buying it! You'll be wasting your $$$ and I'm sure that Eric and Micah don't need you $$ that much and would rather you keep it in your pocket. <Guys, correct me if I'm wrong )) >

    I also agree (only partly) that the video training clips (and the detailed <to the tune of over 400 pages!> manuals which you DON'T need to read at once) could've been improved.

    As someone that's been involved in developing training programs (live and via multi-media), a few areas in both the vids and especially the manual fall into the dreaded, yet all too common, "curse of assumption" category.

    We all do it when things "seem obvious".

    I suspect that Eric and Micah would have field tested both the program and the training modules with some beta users. So I found it interesting that some obvious shortfalls in the manual hadn't been changed. (But then again, I failed high school so I might just be dumber than the average buyer <or Warrior> out there and they can only make the material so simple )

    Clarity of what's there aside, I also think a few additional video training modules could've been provided to make things even simpler still. This is especially the case with with some of the more elaborate macros (many of which come with the relatively inexpensive upsell which I'd highly recommend to at least most users who wish to get the most from the program...and their time).

    I suspect in the long run it would lead to more sales and less client support for Micah/Eric.

    Next is the issue of price...

    Personally I loved the price.

    I mean let's face it - it's damn cheap compared to much of the crap that many of us have purchased in years gone by - both in the internet marketing area and business/life in general.

    But that's the problem.

    I also think the cheap price is a twin-edge sword, because it runs the risk of attracting many 'impulse buyers' that may not be serious about really learning about and then fully using the product.

    And at least from my experience in life, some of these people may often be the first ones to complain. (But guys, before anyone takes that the wrong way and decides to flame me, steal my budgie or hack into my juicer, I said that as a general statement, and NOT referring to anyone in this post. )

    So, bottom-line?


    Stop thinking of Push Button Marketer as simply a piece of (almost too gimmicky sounding) software.

    Instead, approach it as you would a newly hired 'employee' who's about to save you heaps of time and make you lots of $$$$.

    But before they can do that for you, like most employees (be they local or outsourced in India/Phillipines/Gondawindy), they need to be briefed and given some initial training.

    If you're willing to see PBM in this way and invest a little time in training your "employee" to get up to speed so they can soon be saving you much time, effort and money, this program is a fricking STEAL.

    And by "little time", I mean just start with an hour to go through the first few BASIC video tutorials.

    Create your first basic macro, perhaps using the easy "Capture" function for something as simple as just opening up your Firefox/Explorer, your email client for downloading your emails to get your feet wet. And then build on from there.

    And then just build on and continue to train your 'employee' as you go with wherever your needs take you.

    Down here in Oz, we have a TV ad with the slogan, "It won't happen overnight...but it will happen."

    I think the slogan is pretty apt for Push Button Marketer too.
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    RatherBeSkiing, wow thank you for the very thorough and fair review!
    I was hoping someone would do that :-)

    Igor and RatherBeSkiing - In regards to the videos/training, if you could let us know very specifically what you want to see covered in the videos, then perhaps we could make some additional ones for our customers.
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  • Profile picture of the author RatherBeSkiing
    Eric, my pleasure mate.

    I've been an eager student of your Eric's Tips site for some time now and have learnt heaps from you during my hours there. So putting in a little time and writing what I also considered a fair and balanced piece for something I've found of real value (even at this still early stage) was the least I could do.

    I'm also planning on putting up an even more detailed review, complete with some of my own usage clips and tips on one of my personal sites in the coming weeks. And linked to that, I have an idea that I'll probably look to run by you and Micah privately closer to the time.

    As I said in my post, your product in the hands of someone that's willing to invest a little time to get into it is an absolute little dream!

    And sure....I'll gladly shoot you both some additional suggestions for your training manual/video modules. I'm away camping for a week, but I'll get back in touch with you after the 10 or 11th.

    Speak then -

    Ivan
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Fisher
    Patrick, whats the 30 sec explanation of twitter, if u don't mind.
    seems to be a hot topic...
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    • Profile picture of the author Martin
      Hi,

      Bought this last night, with the upsell and am trying to get my head around it.

      Now I don't need to be sold on the potential benefits of automation, and I'm not short on ideas of WHAT i want it to do for me, but I am finding great difficulties in finding out HOW to get it to do things.

      Taking lessons from Ratherbeskiing i decided to start small and use Capture to start up IE and log onto a remote Exchange server. Open Firefox with a couple of websites and finaly start outlook for my own email etc.

      This kinda works, except, programs move around on the XP start menu, so you can record you starting IE for instance only to find when you play it back that GIMP is now where IE was and so IE doesn't get started.

      On a similar theme, if, after recording the macro, you later rearrange your open windows on screen, the macro tries to go to where they used to be when you recorded it (how would it do anything else?) so, to cut a long story short I have a macro that now makes random mouse clicks all over the screen (potentialy dangerous!) and doesn't do what I want it to.

      The videos - watched them all before attempting anything - are slick, too slick, you click this do that press this and.... but they don't actualy TEACH you, they don't take you step by step thru how to accomplish the sort of common tasks that we are all probably going to want to get done.

      So I tried to do it using commands instead.

      Problem after problem, open a new macro, try to edit it, messages about no macro to edit would you like to make one. This takes you to a file dialog where you can clearly see the one you just created and named, never mind, yes please a new one, then a message that I'm trying to edit a system Macro? I'm not I'm trying to edit the one I just created but the program will not let me.

      I could go on, the product is solid I'm sure, it's the operator who is flakey in this instance but at my age, hair is a diminishing asset and I'm losing it rapidly :-)

      So....Is there a forum for the product? what other support options are there?

      ATM I'm frustrated, I've invested over 6 hours of my time and so far have nothing working to show for it.

      On a slightly different tack, I use a server, a desktop machine, a net book and a high end laptop (I travel a lot!) and i set myself up to be largely devise independant - whatever I happen to have fired up can access most of what I might want to do. The program appears to be single device only, could be a problem for me, I'm going to want to automate tasks on each of those devices. To my joy I discovered that there is a way to export a playable Macro. Does this mean I can create them on the licenced machine and replay them on my others?

      I am convinced that this IS a good and very capable program but for the £150 ish I have invested and given that I'm by no means a computer newbie I feel it seriously lacks any 'Get you started' info suitable for the target market.

      Off shopping by way of a break, hope to find some answers and come at it again with a fresh mind later!

      **ADDED LATER **
      I can report progress :-) maybe I should Twitter this.....

      I made an important discovery, there is a big difference between a Macro File and a Macro - call me stooopid, but I had to discover that, haven't seen it mentioned anywhere. A Macro file is there to contain a group of Macro's that you create and a macro is the individual set of instructions. Individual Macros can be called in sequence by other Macros.

      Armed with that discovery, I made in 10 minutes a launcher menu that enables me to fire up the aforementioned sites and outlook, so I'm fairly confident now that I can figure out how to make that into a self running sequence and take care of the logins etc along the way.

      Next voyage of discovery will be to get logins to come from Portable RoboForm - I know PBM can do it by itsself but I change passwords regularly and only want to have one (backed up) central repository to contain them.

      Sometimes a break works wonders, spmetimes it's work avoidance proceedures :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin
    Later still update and good news :-)

    I now have a tray icon with several working macro's in it and a master one that runs them all in sequence. In the morning my Desktop can start and log into all the places I want it to whilst I have a shower.

    I got a speedy response to a support ticket with some helpful suggestions to move me forward and I'm begining to be able to make it do stuff that justifies the investment.

    I also learned from them that additional licences are available for my other devices for $15 a go - not too onerous.

    If it helps anyone I've learned this so far;

    1) The documentation does have holes in it, it needs to be a lot more step by step in approach if folks like me are the target market - they MUST address that IMHO otherwise their support workload will take over their business. I speak from some experience having published and supported software myself for nearly ten years.

    2) There is usualy more than one way to do what you want to do, you have to break the process down into a sequence of steps, run and check your work as you go and be prepared to think lateraly when chosen method number one fails to produce the outcome you wanted.

    3) Sketch out your process first - don't just plunge in and make it up as you go along. Macro's 6, 7 and 8 that I made today benefited from me planning it out first.

    4) There's probably going to be a market here selling bespoke and pre-built macro's to folks who can't or won't learn to do it themselves.

    Bottom line?

    I really really like it and believe it will enable me to stay as a '1 man band'. It does do what it says on the tin, is good value for money BUT it has a very steep learning curve so if it's instant results you want it's probably not for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    Thanks for the input Martin, and thanks for trying the program. Regarding the documentation and any areas that are lacking, we are certainly interested in any specific areas you noticed, so we can improve it.

    best-
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin
    Cheers Eric,

    re the areas lacking, I think both Ivan and I have pretty much outlined it for you as quoted below. Ivans take first:

    Quote:
    I also agree (only partly) that the video training clips (and the detailed <to the tune of over 400 pages!> manuals which you DON'T need to read at once) could've been improved.

    As someone that's been involved in developing training programs (live and via multi-media), a few areas in both the vids and especially the manual fall into the dreaded, yet all too common, "curse of assumption" category.

    We all do it when things "seem obvious".

    I suspect that Eric and Micah would have field tested both the program and the training modules with some beta users. So I found it interesting that some obvious shortfalls in the manual hadn't been changed. (But then again, I failed high school so I might just be dumber than the average buyer <or Warrior> out there and they can only make the material so simple )

    Clarity of what's there aside, I also think a few additional video training modules could've been provided to make things even simpler still. This is especially the case with with some of the more elaborate macros (many of which come with the relatively inexpensive upsell which I'd highly recommend to at least most users who wish to get the most from the program...and their time).

    I suspect in the long run it would lead to more sales and less client support for Micah/Eric.
    /QUOTE

    and my observations......

    Quote:
    1) The documentation does have holes in it, it needs to be a lot more step by step in approach if folks like me are the target market - they MUST address that IMHO otherwise their support workload will take over their business. I speak from some experience having published and supported software myself for nearly ten years.
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    Quote:
    The videos - watched them all before attempting anything - are slick, too slick, you click this do that press this and.... but they don't actualy TEACH you, they don't take you step by step thru how to accomplish the sort of common tasks that we are all probably going to want to get done.
    /Quote

    I don't know what else to tell you except that from experience, you are not the best ones to judge the quality of your support materials, you wrote them and are therefore too close! Only an unknowledgeable outsider can tell you how well it does the job of instructing your target market.

    Hope that helps :-)

    Cheers Mart

    PS ty for the licence delivery which appeared in my mailbox this morning.
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  • Profile picture of the author graymkt
    I have push button marketer the only part that I`ve learned how to use successfully
    is the review macro...
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  • Profile picture of the author RGallowitz
    I'm trying to figure something out about this software that is puzzling me.
    I'm trying to set up a macro that will help me save images from a website to my harddrive.
    The problem is, I can set it up to do only one image save, but how do I set this thing up to move on to the next image on the site and save it?
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    • Profile picture of the author Martin
      Originally Posted by RGallowitz View Post

      I'm trying to figure something out about this software that is puzzling me.
      I'm trying to set up a macro that will help me save images from a website to my harddrive.
      The problem is, I can set it up to do only one image save, but how do I set this thing up to move on to the next image on the site and save it?
      How are you trying to do that? By positioning the mouse and click saving?
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    • Profile picture of the author Debora Humphries
      I don't know if this helps or not, but there is a ton of information on the Microsoft site about Macros. They give step-by-step instructions (some in video) on a good deal of customization utilizing Macros.

      http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ac...sc=9&av=ZAC120


      Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author RGallowitz
    Hi Martin

    The problem I'm having is that I need the macro to repeat the entire process, but with a new image. Basically, I want to download an ecommerce store image catalog.

    Is it possible?
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    • Profile picture of the author AskShawn
      Originally Posted by RGallowitz View Post

      Hi Martin

      The problem I'm having is that I need the macro to repeat the entire process, but with a new image. Basically, I want to download an ecommerce store image catalog.

      Is it possible?
      I was wondering about this as well!
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  • Profile picture of the author AussieT
    Can anyone who has bought this comment on the usefulness of the pre-built IM macros?

    Have you found them useful?

    It seems most buyers are mainly using this to design their own personalised macros. While this might be useful there are other programs that we can use to build our own macros. I am currently trialling "macros express pro" but would be interested in the pre-designed macros in this package because as has been stated these programs have a high learning curve for non programmers.

    Also can someone fill us in on the OTO via a post or PM

    Thanks

    AussieT
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    • Profile picture of the author Martin
      PBM and the one you're trialing look spookily similar :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author comp123
    Banned
    Is this product being discussed the same as push button xtreme or is it something completely different? Ive been getting spam mail about push button xtreme lately and their website doesnt seem to be active anymore.
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    • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
      Originally Posted by comp123 View Post

      Is this product being discussed the same as push button xtreme or is it something completely different? Ive been getting spam mail about push button xtreme lately and their website doesnt seem to be active anymore.
      No it is not related to push button extreme.
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  • Profile picture of the author bwh1
    eholmlund or any user of this, please help me quickly

    I need some things sorted out as soon as possible regarding to this software

    1 - I got a special offer for the PBM of 37.- today. Is this the full version ?

    2 - What's the OTO about ? do I need it to run PBM or is it a other product, not directly linked to PBM ?

    3 - The REVIEW MARCO. Is this a spinner which generates UNIQUE reviews I can use at a 3 product review page or is this always the same review, only changing product name and the variables ? And how good is the grammar and spelling ?

    Many thanks for any input/answer

    G.
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    • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
      Originally Posted by bwh1 View Post


      1 - I got a special offer for the PBM of 37.- today. Is this the full version ?

      2 - What's the OTO about ? do I need it to run PBM or is it a other product, not directly linked to PBM ?

      3 - The REVIEW MARCO. Is this a spinner which generates UNIQUE reviews I can use at a 3 product review page or is this always the same review, only changing product name and the variables ? And how good is the grammar and spelling ?

      Many thanks for any input/answer

      G.

      1- Yes it's the full version. Its a very limited time special we're offering through one of our jv partners.

      2- The OTO is not needed to run PBM. However, it is directly related. It contains more prebuilt macros, and additional instructional videos.

      3- The review macro is not exactly a spinner, but it's not just a fill in the blank review either. Yes the reviews are unique and you can use it on a review site. It has many sections, and I believe there are 26 prewritten paragraphs for EACH variable, chosen at random by the software, which makes the total possibilities in the thousands. The grammar and spelling on that particular macro is pretty good because I wrote it myself. You can also add to the variables or change them as desired.
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      • Profile picture of the author bwh1
        Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

        1- Yes it's the full version. Its a very limited time special we're offering through one of our jv partners.

        2- The OTO is not needed to run PBM. However, it is directly related. It contains more prebuilt macros, and additional instructional videos.

        3- The review macro is not exactly a spinner, but it's not just a fill in the blank review either. Yes the reviews are unique and you can use it on a review site. It has many sections, and I believe there are 26 prewritten paragraphs for EACH variable, chosen at random by the software, which makes the total possibilities in the thousands. The grammar and spelling on that particular macro is pretty good because I wrote it myself. You can also add to the variables or change them as desired.
        Thanks for the answers.

        As said I'm mainly interested into the review macro as I'm not English native and have many spell and grammar problems. So hiring a proofreader cost me more then using this.

        I'm sold, thank you for the special offer.

        G.
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  • Profile picture of the author T.Vincent
    I think most of marketer is lack of programming knowledge. I think what is MichaelPaul's problem is lack of sufficient training.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gama Seva
    I just read the license terms agreement of the PBM PLR and here's what I found:
    All licenses of the Macro Marketer software must be generated by end users via our website. There is an activation link included in the zip file with the software. You must keep that activation link bundled with the software for your
    customers.
    Now my question is this.

    What if MY CUSTOMER(S) request for a refund, how can we disable the software since you guys holding the key?

    Another thing.

    The scenario here is MY CUSTOMER(S) also YOUR CUSTOMER(S) now, what's the PLR license for?

    I have nothing against of your product in fact I also bought your TPS. I just want some clarification on this...

    Thanks

    Gama
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    Hi Gama- Please use our helpdesk for questions in the future. I just happened to see this.

    If you need to revoke a license, you can submit a ticket to our helpdesk and we'll do it.

    This actually helps answer your question #2. Having us handle the license system is actually a benefit. 99% of PLR software that I see sold has no licensing system at all. So you would be out of luck in regard to disabling the product if they refund. But in our case it's actually possible :-)

    To further answer the question.. the PLR license enables you to rename the PBM package, edit the contents, use it for new product, etc.

    Thanks for your business!
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  • Profile picture of the author netgain1
    Eric,

    Can we create exe's from micros to distribute to our outsources team?

    Christopher
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    • Profile picture of the author tresfavian
      Hi Eric, I bought PBM quite a long time ago, 08 or 09?. I use it for a limited amount and should actually do more macros. It works great under command but for capture which is the simplest - the desktop screen icons get moved around, so the capture macros do not work for very long as so else has pointed out also.

      My question to you since I have purchased in the past, can I have resell rights and the OTO you are offering currently? How can I get it? Tresa.
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  • Profile picture of the author HarryS
    I heard that the salespage used to show some videos of what Push Button Marketer does in action. However now it is no longer there. Is there any way we can see some of the videos?
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  • Profile picture of the author nvidia134
    is this program suitable for newbie since i got no idea where to start..?
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    @netgain1 Yes that's a good idea. It says in our reseller license that you can't give the software away for free. But I will allow any reseller to give it to their oursources who are doing work for them. You can then create macros for them to do work for you.

    @tresfavian Thanks for being a customer. We are not offering the reseller license to current customers, so you would still need to buy it. If you don't think this is fair, submit a ticket to our helpdesk. We can talk about it.

    @SteelyDan Here Push Button Marketer | Pushbutton Internet Marketing Software about 2/3 of the way down the page there is a video of "Instant Product Review" macro. Please note, do not buy from that page during the 7-day sale because you can go get our reseller package for the same price.

    @nvidia134 If you're referring to the software itself... pretty much everyone who buys it is a newbie to the concept of macros. So it does not matter if you're a newbie marketer or not. There is definitely a learning curve when it comes to learning how to use the macros, how to integrate them into your daily work, and how to write your own. But it is time well invested. If you're referring to the reseller package, yes I think it's good for newbies. We include a tutorial showing how to get it online with your own payment link so you can start marketing it. And there's a marketing course included too.
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    • Profile picture of the author motiv8publishing
      Hi Eric -You almost have me... I am looking at a current offer "The Missionary Fundraiser"... I think the only that concerns me in respect of the PLR is the Support for any of my customers that purchase the product. Will your support system support them or only me? All the best Brian
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      • Profile picture of the author HarryS
        Thanks for that Eric.

        Can the PBM plr be added to a paid membership site? And if yes, what are the rights to the members of the membership site?
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    @motiv8publishing we will support you, not your customers. But we plan on being available long-term to answer your questions.

    @SteelyDan Yes it can, as long as it is at least $9/mo. or $97/year. The members receive personal rights only, unless you use the material to create a new product in which case you may set new rights.
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  • Profile picture of the author jdc326
    eholmlund,

    I must say that after reading through all the post in this thread, you have represented your product well, you stood up and answered all the questions asked and showed what good customer service looks like.

    I will be purchasing your product in the coming days and I just wanted to put my two cents worth.
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  • Profile picture of the author vivyrelax
    Hi Eric,

    Is it easy to be translated in french (accept accents or not) ?

    What about new Windows Version ? Will it be working well with the new Windows ?

    Thank you for your answers.

    Vivyrelax
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    @jdc326 thanks for giving it a try!

    @vivyrelax The software is in English (buttons, menus, help files, etc.), and that can't be changed. You could write macros in French (yes it should accept accents), but again then there will be English language in the macro script itself as it appears in the software (for example... "right click", "mouse move", etc.)

    In other words, if you are a French/English speaker, it should work fine for your own use. But if you're thinking of using the reseller package to sell it to a French audience that may not work so well.

    Yes we have tested it on Windows 7 and it works good.
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    • Profile picture of the author smak
      Eric

      I believe u r offering resell rights for PBM.

      Can u kindly eloborate on what type of rights are on offer for purchasers i.e PLR or MRR or anything else. Also would be great if u could stipulate terms of these rights.

      Just one more thing, if purchasers are getting resell rights then who are the best groups of people to market it..Is it only IMers or people outside IM as well.

      Thanks in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    @smak - It includes PLR and resale rights. Not MRR; your customers will have personal rights only. However, if you use the PLR and change the product significantly along with giving it a new name, then you can set your own rights for it.

    Out of respect to the resellers, I prefer to not post the full license here. But if you would like to see the license, please post a ticket at my helpdesk and we will show it to you.
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    • Profile picture of the author vivyrelax
      Thank you very much Eric.

      May I translate the videos and the manuals please ? I've bought the product and I will learn it soon.

      Vivyrelax
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  • Profile picture of the author vmurali
    Dear Erric ,

    I had purchased Push button marketer software almost six months back .

    But I haven't used it properly . The reason i purchased this software is to make automatic twitter messages and social book marking . But i am unable to use the both options . The reason is when tried to use twitter the main page is opening but message is not getting typed automatically. I had brought this issue to you with Support ticket systems . But the reply which i received hasn't solved my problem . So please look in to this and help me regarding the same

    Regards

    Murali
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    @vivyrelax Yes you can translate the videos and manuals under the PLR license :-)

    @vmurali sorry about that! Please submit another ticket to the helpdesk, as Micah is providing tech support on the software, and hopefully we'll be able to provide further direction. Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author vmurali
      Originally Posted by eholmlund View Post

      @vivyrelax Yes you can translate the videos and manuals under the PLR license :-)

      @vmurali sorry about that! Please submit another ticket to the helpdesk, as Micah is providing tech support on the software, and hopefully we'll be able to provide further direction. Thanks
      Dear eric ,

      i am trying everything whatever Micah says . But my problem is not getting solved . whenever i am running the twitter macro twitter main page is opening but twitter messages are not getting entered . I dont know why it is happening . can you please look in to this and help me . requesting you to please come online some time . Because if i open any ticket it is taking too much day . If i ask any question i have to wait almost a day to get the answer . Please look in to this and help me regarding this .

      Regards

      Murali
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  • Profile picture of the author IMKid
    Hi Eric,

    I'm really interested in your program. When I did a Google search for Push Button Marketer, it brought me to WF where I've been wanting to join for a long time. This was a good enough reason today.
    Anyways, I've been trying to find out everywhere if your software could do this particular function and couldn't find a definitive answer anywhere. So here goes...

    Can I train your software to build backlinks? Let's say I manually build 10 profile pages and can your macros observe my actions and build another 10 links? Preferably on 10 other sites. At least on the same 10 sites for a different domain of mine?

    Will there be a prebuilt macro or will I have to make a fresh macro for this purpose? If it is going to be a fresh macro how long would you reckon the learning curve would be?

    Thanks Eric, appreciate very much!

    Hope my question is clear.
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  • Profile picture of the author lizc
    I made the mistake of buying Push Button Marketer as part of the Macro Marketer package. I wasted half an hour trying to create a macro for an automatic website login and decided I couldn't be bothered any more. Ever since (6th May), I have been trying to get a refund but have not received answers to emails, Paypal claims or support tickets so I'm pretty fed up.

    Eric, if you're reading this, I've just emailed your "questions" email address explaining the whole situation, in the hope that you can help me with this.

    Liz
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    • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
      @liz- If you've submitted any tickets to my helpdesk (www.ericsupport.com), then we would have replied to it within a couple business days. If you did not receive any reply, then it's possible that our replies are ending up in your spam filter. If you registered at my helpdesk, you can also login and see our reply.

      If you requested a refund at our helpdesk, then we most likely already submitted the refund request to clickbank. But if you submitted a complaint to Paypal, then that is probably delaying your refund. Since the product was sold through Clickbank, only they can issue the refund. But if there is a case pending with Paypal, those funds may be temporarily frozen.

      Either way, if you would like us to follow up and make sure the refund is being processed, please submit a new ticket at the helpdesk (open an account first if you haven't). I would do it right now, but I don't have any info about your order.
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  • Profile picture of the author vij
    How can a software write articles for you. Its impossible. What exactly do you mean by this?

    Use the software to help you write entire articles in a matter of minutes.
    Automate your blogging, or other content writing and posting.

    ???
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    @vij Why say something is impossible if you haven't tried it?

    Notice that the sales copy that you pasted says "in a matter of minutes." That's really quite feasible, and I've done it. You can create a macro to help you write an article using any of an unlimited number of variables or templates that you've programmed into it.

    For example, you might only have to type in the topic of the article, and three main points. And then the macro goes to work and writes a how-to article based on that input.

    If you watch lesson #68 on my blog, you will see me using a macro where I create an entire autoresponder series in a matter of minutes.

    It's not about magic, it's about macro programming. And we included some of these macros in the package.
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    Eric, thanks for your response and I will open a ticket at your help desk in case you can help me but I bought the product from someone called James Jackson, direct with Paypal and not through Clickbank. His whole package was called Macro Marketer - I just wondered if you had some association with him and some influence!!

    Liz
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  • Profile picture of the author eholmlund
    @Liz Oh, I see! you bought the product from one of our resellers. In that case, we won't be able to process your refund, as the payment did not come to us. Sorry about that. But if you opened a case with Paypal, then it'll get his attention before too long. And since I made the offer, yes you can go ahead and submit a ticket to my helpdesk and Micah may be able to give you some direction regarding the macro.

    I hadn't thought about how our resellers would affect this thread. This could get quite convoluted, LOL.
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