Secret Classroom - Is it worth it?

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Hi Everyone,

Need your oppinion or experience.

There is a course at secretclassroom.com by Joel Comm. Lots of the biggest internet marketing gurus participating in it.

Is it worth to buy? Anyone bought it? Were you satisfied with it?

Thanks in advance for your answers!

Best Wishes,
Allanon
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  • Profile picture of the author BizBoost
    "The Biggest Internet Marketing Gurus" participating in it is just part of the marketing package. I mean, sure some of them might be hanging in and around it because that's what they do -- generally support each other by lending out their names and/or attending their programs in a show of support. And that doesn't mean they can't actually learn a thing or two from each other, in the process, either.

    But, if I were you, what I would want to know is whether or not the stuff they were promoting the last year or two ever actually made anyone the kind of money and lifestyle they were suggesting it would back then.

    Good luck with it, though, amigo...
    Eric
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  • Profile picture of the author jcomm
    For those who don't know, The Secret Classroom is a product created on the set of the reality show, The Next Internet Millionaire. The contestants on the show were provided with approximately two hours of teaching each day. You only see about 3-4 minutes of that teaching in the actual episode. This is the complete teaching. Since the teachers are speaking to no more than 12 people, their only motivation is to provide quality content. There is no selling or pitching of any kind in the content.

    Just wanted to give you more info. I appreciate BizBoost's comments, but they have nothing to do with the product. The participation of Marlon Sanders, Mark Joyner, Armand Morin et al has nothing to do with being part of a marketing package. It has to do with them being on the faculty for the program.

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    • Profile picture of the author BizBoost
      Hi Joel, I'm glad you showed up.

      Originally Posted by jcomm View Post

      For those who don't know, The Secret Classroom is a product created on the set of the reality show, The Next Internet Millionaire. The contestants on the show were provided with approximately two hours of teaching each day. You only see about 3-4 minutes of that teaching in the actual episode. This is the complete teaching. Since the teachers are speaking to no more than 12 people, their only motivation is to provide quality content. There is no selling or pitching of any kind in the content.
      That's a refreshing change.

      Originally Posted by jcomm View Post

      Just wanted to give you more info. I appreciate BizBoost's comments, but they have nothing to do with the product. The participation of Marlon Sanders, Mark Joyner, Armand Morin et al has nothing to do with being part of a marketing package. It has to do with them being on the faculty for the program.
      While I appreciate your diplomacy, Joel, my point still stands -- while those aforementioned personalities are all accomplished, their guru status doesn't guarantee success but it certainly guarantees a better draw for the product.

      The first paragraph of what I wrote was a general statement about guru involvement in anything and it was intended as a setup to providing the original poster with a question he had not yet thought to ask:

      Originally Posted by BizBoost View Post

      But, if I were you, what I would want to know is whether or not the stuff they were promoting the last year or two ever actually made anyone the kind of money and lifestyle they were suggesting it would back then.
      Or, even, "Would what works for 12 people work for large amounts of people?"

      After all, Joel, while it was nice of you to drop by and answer this man's question, that's generally the exception and not the rule. So, in the absence of you, Marlon, Joyner, Armand, and the 12 people who were groomed for success... cash-strapped, weary, burned-out prospects are well-served by asking such questions in advance...

      ...and even hypothesizing that TOO MANY GURUS SPOIL THE POT.

      Doesn't mean they do... but you know their success is not all due to the majority of people actually succeeding. You know that, right?

      A lot of it's due to clever manipulation, including, but not limited to, great graphics, and expensive ad copy. Oh, and a whole bunch of celebrity gurus hanging around sharing some of their secrets.

      Cool of you to stop by, though,
      Eric
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