Anyone tried inbox blueprint?

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Hi has anyone tried inbox blueprint?
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  • Profile picture of the author cjshu99
    It went on sale yesterday. I was going to ask the same thing. Do we really need another program on email marketing? What makes this one different from all the rest?

    I watched the video and I gotta tell you, it looks a lot like a video I saw promoting the Success with Anthony program. You know, get together with a few regular people who are trying to make money online and haven't succeeded yet. Spend a few hours with them and voila, they are banking bucks.

    Well at least it's not a membership site. But $297 is a bit steep.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkSherris
    I have checked this new product out and can tell you it's good. In fact it's the best thing I've come across in years. Most of the stuff that gets released every week is garbage, so it's a nice change to see something genuine that does actually work.

    I've got a review up on this forum actually. I won't post the link to it encase I am breaking some kind of self promotion rules however if you google Inbox Blueprint Review and look for the Warrior Forum post you'll find it pretty quick
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      • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
        Originally Posted by MarkSherris View Post

        I have checked this new product out and can tell you it's good. In fact it's the best thing I've come across in years. Most of the stuff that gets released every week is garbage, so it's a nice change to see something genuine that does actually work.

        I've got a review up on this forum actually. I won't post the link to it encase I am breaking some kind of self promotion rules however if you google Inbox Blueprint Review and look for the Warrior Forum post you'll find it pretty quick
        Hi, Mark found your link, and eventhough it looks interesting, l am still on the fence at the moment!

        I pretty much know how to do most of it, and the only reason l would consider this is learning how to get free traffic to an offer!


        But l have done SEO type things in the past including sending free traffic to my videos associated with a hot released product. And results did happen but very slowly!

        Just checked my Bitley links, and l got 2000 visitors to the video with zero sales for a $50 popular Clickbank product over a year!


        So any hints as to how someone could make more than $100 net profit within a few days to a week?

        You can PM me if you are worried about letting the cat out of the bag?


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          • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
            Originally Posted by Big Idea Big Money View Post

            Or for that matter....how each of his "students" made over $1k overnight with only 5 hours of work. That cant be from SEO. Its gotta be paid traffic of some sort.

            I may buy it just cuz he seems to be using Getresponse which I find a bit cumbersome to use... anyone else buying?

            Well, someone else said, it mainly relays on SEO traffic. So l suspect that Amit may have allowed them to use his viral video?

            Or to copy it onto their TY accounts, then fill in the blanks! :rolleyes:

            I am hoping that l am wrong, but l am probably not!

            Let us know how it really works, l would be very curious about the free traffic mechanics!


            I can do the rest with my eyes closed, and would only buy it for the SEO Traffic!


            Shane
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      • Profile picture of the author cjshu99
        Lazy IM - Reviews that don't Suck!: Inbox Blueprint Review
        I looked at that review. He has the price wrong. It is not $97 but 3 payments of $97 or $241. Plus his statement that you "build your list once, you market to it forever" isn't totally factual. Anyone with a list knows you are always working on building your list because people unsubscribe and change email addresses, so you always lose some subscribers.

        Im still stuck on the statement that you will be using free methods to get subscribers, but these guys are getting subscribers and sales in a few hours. That tells me they are using a paid method, such as solo ads or PPC.

        Plus the people in the Inbox Blueprint video all made about the same amount of money - $1000. That seems strange.
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by cjshu99 View Post

          I looked at that review. He has the price wrong. It is not $97 but 3 payments of $97 or $241. Plus his statement that you "build your list once, you market to it forever" isn't totally factual. Anyone with a list knows you are always working on building your list because people unsubscribe and change email addresses, so you always lose some subscribers.

          Im still stuck on the statement that you will be using free methods to get subscribers, but these guys are getting subscribers and sales in a few hours. That tells me they are using a paid method, such as solo ads or PPC.

          Plus the people in the Inbox Blueprint video all made about the same amount of money - $1000. That seems strange.
          I looked at that review. He has the price wrong. It is not $97 but 3 payments of $97 or $241. Plus his statement that you "build your list once, you market to it forever" isn't totally factual. Anyone with a list knows you are always working on building your list because people unsubscribe and change email addresses, so you always lose some subscribers.
          Well $97 a month, with the option of pulling the plug after the first 60 days!

          Hmmmmm, if this does work l suspect that some would just pay $97, make a few thousand, and pull the plug before the next $97 gets pulled from your CC!

          After all if you can make $1000 in 24 hours, probably the only reason to stay is for some upsell, or more elite group!

          A similar strategy was used in PPC Classroom, $97 a month and eventhough the concept was good, and great courses, very little was done, for practical examples!

          After about 6 months, Amit did do an over the shoulders walkthrough of the Earth for Energy product, that ultimately didn't make money! But don't get me wrong he does make 70k a month, so?


          Im still stuck on the statement that you will be using free methods to get subscribers, but these guys are getting subscribers and sales in a few hours. That tells me they are using a paid method, such as solo ads or PPC.
          Yep, well we don't know, but l suspect that the theory will be tought initially, or the nuts and bolts of it, then the actual how do you get free traffic that fast, will probably be revealed at the end of the 3 months!

          All courses like this tend to drag out the icecream, and give you bananas for a while, so they get as many people to pay the $200 + as possible!


          Plus the people in the Inbox Blueprint video all made about the same amount of money - $1000. That seems strange.
          Yes, $1000 profit from 800 subscribers, is pushing typical conversion rates a tad!

          Or one person out of 100 buying a $100 dollar Clickbank product is pushing it. I had a $100 Clickbank product on the backend of a WSO, and someone else ran their list past my WSO, with about one person out of 15 buying it!

          And this person had a great list!


          Seems like Anik gave them the best niche and clickbank product available!

          Who knows how long it took him to find it? Unlikely he will be sharing that gold nugget with everyone when they sign up!


          The free traffic seems to be falling into the "Too Good to Be True" area!

          And paid, you would have to sell a product for virtually nothing to get people on a list, (try using Adwords with their SP, and it is by by account for good).


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      • Profile picture of the author MarkSherris
        Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

        I did find the WF link eventually, but found this other one, also!

        Sounds interesting if the stats are genuine?

        Lazy IM - Reviews that don't Suck!: Inbox Blueprint Review

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        Hey, those stats are from promoting Inbox Blueprint. The sales probably came from his list he already owned or from his blog that's ranking for Inbox Blueprint review. I know that because the screen shot is taken from the JV back-office for the product. Just thought you should know.

        I can't help but see a generally negative outlook towards the product and what it teaches here. Things like "oh I tried list building etc etc..." and "you need to keep building your list, you can't just build it once"... Look I tried all kinds of things, I've been at this internet marketing thing since 07 when I was 16.

        I can tell you through my experience that list building is what you need to be doing if you want to make money. But... you need to do it the right way.

        I've build lists of 500-1000 when I was trying to build my first list, and then I have quit because I wasn't making any money, but the main reason I wasn't making money was because I didn't really know what I was doing, and I didn't have an email marketing strategy. You can't just build a list, and bank money sending any old emails, you need to be doing what is effective, and that's what you learn in Anik's new product.

        I decided in 2013 (start of the year) to stop being an idiot and focus on building my list, and a year later I've added 16k people to my autoresponder.

        It's not very often I comment on these type of threads and that's normally because the product in question is a pile of cr@p but in this case I feel I need to make a comment because it's actually a good product.

        As I've already mentioned all the details regarding the product are on my review, PM me if you want the link.
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          • Profile picture of the author MarkSherris
            Originally Posted by digla343 View Post

            I don't know; their sales funnel looks like a scam to me... They are very vaugue.

            I don't believe that you would need to pay that much for information. I don't know though. I have not tried it.

            I can't find any unbiased reviews either....
            LOL what you have just said about paying for information is hilarious. I've personally paid $1000's for information, and made a lot more from it. There are other people I know who have paid 10's of $1000's for information that has made them 10x their investment back.

            "Information" (the right kind) will be the difference between you making money and failing my friend.
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      • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
        Originally Posted by janicetalberty View Post

        I bought some google adword course from himyears back. He's a good talker but no substance in his words.
        You probably tried the PPC Classroom course with him and Amit years ago?

        A great course with good Adword strategies, (plenty of entertainment videos, etc) but as you are saying, lacking in what everyone wants to know the most to make money from!

        I think that after months of everyone on that forum asking the same question of, why doesn't Amit do an over the shoulder walkthrough and show a profitable campaign?

        After about 6 months, (the new video, audio, additions went seriously down hill at the 7 month mark) Amit finally did it, and it was unsuccessful.


        I pulled the plug myself after 7 months after realizing l would have to spend $1000 on a product, in order to have a chance of success, with this. And l wasn't prepared to risk that, especially when l was trusting Google!

        Probably a good idea, considering that the product l had good results with, was thrown out of Adwords, for violating one of their eccentric rules!


        Same as this course, if l am not mistaken, plenty of good videos, a forum, and probably some software here and there, but lacking in the actual implementation.


        I still use some of the videos from this course as a motivational aid, but most of the videos, either showed concepts that sounded great but didn't work, or were based on slow SEO concepts!


        A newbie would probably find a course like Aniks, useful, but l suspect that after scouring through it all, l would think same dog, different fleas!


        Shane
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by jlater54 View Post

    Yes, I purchased InBox Blue Print. I was fairly impressed with it. I think that the delay in putting this product out was worth it, because it is a quality product. If you want to have a peak at the members area you can check out my video link in my signature. It will give a much more detailed look at what it does and how.
    Hi, would you mind posting somewhere else and linking back here, sig, don't show up here?


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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Ok, done a bit of video research, one tends to knock it, but they have their own offer!


      And on the surface it appears to be a good service, but the having to put my phone number down, scared me off!

      So l opted in, but didn't register!



      This one is done by someone who is doing video for Anik! So naturally he gives a rave review, but he does drop an example of what it is about at the end!

      Unfortunately it just sounds like, we will show you how to optimize Socialmedia, etc to drive traffic to your offer, then when you have a list, the heavens will open up, blah, blah!

      I have dealt with list building before, and as someone else here said list building isn't the end of it all, you still have to keep your members happy, and offer good products, and most will buy in the first 6 weeks, then it drops off!

      The example he gave is a worry, unless you have deep pockets!

      Basically if l spent $100 l would typically get about 400 signups, and typically 4 sales.

      Or $100 - $40 = -$60

      Which is a reasonable assumption!

      Then get back some more through, a $1 monthly recurring membership.

      Which would probably give us another $20.

      Some other high priced Click bank products may make up the shortfall, of $20 out of pocket, but l think that the shiny object is starting to tarnish a little!

      Possibly a good course for a beginner, but l have my doubts about the social media being any different to what l have previously heard from others!

      If others who have bought this can say that l am wrong about the social M part, please do, but l will be surprised if someone says, it is a new and revolutionary way to make free traffic in a short space of time, with a 100% certainly!


      Shane
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by losched16 View Post

      Hey guys, here is just my 2 cents about the product. Just as a little background for a frame of reference in regards to my comments below, especially as I am new here... I am a Bring the Fresh and OMG Machines member and those programs have proven invaluable to my success with affiliate marketing (I absolutely recommend those products for anyone getting into internet marketing). I own several affiliate sites (each make a few hundred a month) and I have my own authority site where I sell my own product, along with a small list of a just over 500 subscribers, and I really wanted to start ramping up email marketing and becoming more effective with both the relationship with my list, as well as building that list to over 10,000 subscribers.

      With that being said, I came across the Inbox Blueprint launch via an email I received. I was not familiar with Anik or any of his other products. Given that I specifically wanted to enhance my email marketing efforts, I decided to purchase and give it a go for the initial $97 and avoided the upsells. I would say in general, the product and information is pretty solid. He gives you a step by step checklist and exercises to get yourself started from the ground up utilizing one-page sites (squeeze pages) for Clickbank and Offervault products. If you are already very experienced with email marketing, then much of the information will most likely not be new to you. However, for beginners or individuals with a little experience in email marketing, INbox Blueprint should be pretty valuable.

      It seems that the main questions that have been asked are in regards to how to get free traffic to your one page site and if you have to pay for advertising. Anik gives you 6 ways to obtain free traffic, which include guest blogging, forum post signatures, craigslist, etc...The one paid strategy he does recommend are solo ads, which is most likely what the 5 people from his video did. Solo ads is certainly the quickest and easiest way to start building your list if you have a few hundred dollars in your advertising budget. Personally, Solo ads are how I started to build my list, and from a total of $300 spent on a one time email blast for my own product, I made close to $5000 plus 300 email subscribers. So I will be continuing with this route for my own product, and affiliate products via Clickbank while utilizing the strategies that Anik recommends. His free traffic strategies have nothing to do with SEO. As many of us know, Google does not like one-page sites anymore, and it also takes some time to do SEO properly.

      In addition, another thing I like with the Inbox Blueprint is that he gives you tons of examples of sample subject headlines, and content for your actual emails, which you can just replace with your related niche. He also offers many other bonuses from a previous site (it seems if you purchase membership to the Inbox Blueprint, you also get access to some of his other/old material from marketingwithanik.com. There are a lot of downloads on that site that have little to do with email marketing, but other online marketing techniques. I have not gone through that material yet. When I do, I will report back here with anything good, bad, or ugly. Nonetheless, those are bonuses anyway.

      Overall, I like the product, and I like the strategies that he recommends in regards to converting subscribers, so I do not have any regrets with purchasing the Inbox Blueprint. More experienced email marketers may have a differing opinion, but from someone who has experience in the industry, but still learning email marketing, I like the information. Hope this helps.
      I have my own product as well, but solo ad,s meaning mailing lists or something else!

      Mailing lists are notoriously bad at converting.

      But personal ones work well!


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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by losched16 View Post

          Solo ads meaning using someone else's mailing list. I contacted an authority site in my niche who has a 40k+ subscriber list. I paid $300 for an ad on their newsletter. I got 10090 opens and 1632 click-throughs, which resulted in over $5000 of revenue. To be honest, I am not even sure if those are great numbers as that was my first time doing an ad. This situation was specifically to sell access to my membership site in which I was also able to grab subscribers to my own mailing list. However, what I didn't do, and what I will be doing next, is using that mailing list again but to promote a 100% free product first, utilizing the strategies that Anik described in Inbox Blueprint. Because I had this plan to build my list long before I even heard of Anik, I was encouraged to purchase access to his product.

          I am not an affiliate for the Inbox Blueprint and I have not used the strategies that he puts forth yet. I will update again after directly applying his strategies after my next solo ad. But I like the info that he provides thus far. I just wanted to give an unbiased initial reaction to what I have seen so far.
          What!!!!!

          Best l got after contacting several people on the WF was a few hundred!

          Although l did buy a 50k list from a popular forum, which was s***, barely one sale for $10 with a proven product!


          You have clearly had good luck on your side, most of us, stuff around for years on end with this sort of BS, and not get very far!


          Let me know if you know of any good WP lists, preferably huge ones. I created some software with a 3% conversion rate, l only need a decent list!

          And someone who will give me a decent chunk of the profits?


          I am presently working on other graphics related stuff, but would consider trying solo ad's again if it actually worked!


          Yep, l have been at this about the same as you, since 2007, and have almost 10 sites, and a ton of profitable products, but not much in the way of cash!


          Shane
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      Originally Posted by losched16 View Post

      Hey guys, here is just my 2 cents about the product. Just as a little background for a frame of reference in regards to my comments below, especially as I am new here... I am a Bring the Fresh and OMG Machines member and those programs have proven invaluable to my success with affiliate marketing (I absolutely recommend those products for anyone getting into internet marketing). I own several affiliate sites (each make a few hundred a month) and I have my own authority site where I sell my own product
      ...
      Personally, Solo ads are how I started to build my list, and from a total of $300 spent on a one time email blast for my own product, I made close to $5000 plus 300 email subscribers. So I will be continuing with this route for my own product
      ...

      losched16: thanks for the great feedback. These look like great numbers. Just curious: What is your product which brought you these results?
      Would you mind sharing the link to your sales page here, or PM me the link if you don't want to share it here?
      Thanx.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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        Originally Posted by gulnaz View Post

        Hi, I agree with you entirely, I purchased it also, but got stuck on step 2. It is a bit confusing, and im new to this. Did you understand that step well?
        What did you get stuck on exactly?
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by gulnaz View Post

          Hi, I agree with you entirely, I purchased it also, but got stuck on step 2. It is a bit confusing, and im new to this. Did you understand that step well?
          well, l purchased the Rodolex one, not Aniks one!

          I can help you with the Rodolex one, but someone else here will have to help you with Aniks one!


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          • Profile picture of the author Joel Young
            I am divided on how I feel about Anik Singal's Inbox Blueprint. It has a TON of useful information and guidance for newbies, and non-newbies can benefit from a lot of it as well.
            The biggest concern I have is that a person cannot truly make $1000 in 24 hours right out of the gate. There is a learning curve, quite a bit of setup, and it WILL take some time to get some ROI, even for the first payment of $97. It's obvious that in the test case video where 5 people hit that jackpot, Anik has done a lot of footwork and setup ahead of time. The test cases only had to do minimal work.

            Even though I realized this well beforehand, the reason I went ahead with the purchase is because I'd hoped to make back my initial investment at least within a week or two, which would be realistic in my opinion.

            Unfortunately, there were many problems from the start, one of which was very slow response time from the support team. They were dealing with some internal issues (server crashes, etc.), and I knew there'd be delays. However, when it takes three or more email exchanges over 2 or 3 days to get through to them what my exact problem is, that's a bit much. I was very clear in my first email, so it came across to me as stall tactics for something they were either trying to hide or didn't know how to fix.

            So I lost the better part of a WEEK on all that.

            Then, when I finally got started, there were more hoops to jump through in order to get the promised bonuses and access to all the areas I purchased. This took a couple more days.

            Okay, so most of the above was due to working out bugs in a new launch. It can't be helped sometimes. BUT... I noticed that a LOT of areas I had access to were dated back to 2012. There was some sort of system already in place long before now. And I felt like maybe I was dealing with outdated information and methods; and these "bonuses" were nothing more than Anik not wanting to waste a couple websites that he'd worked so hard on.

            When all is said done, though, I haven't had the time to go through all the material (it's really nothing new anyway), and only last night did I begin to set up an opt-in page and and autoresponder for an affiliate product. I have about 17 more days before the next $97 payment is due, but if I don't have it in the next 7-10 days, I'll be forced to ask for a refund. ...and hope it doesn't take more hoop-jumping to get it. :-/
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            • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
              Originally Posted by Joel Young View Post

              I am divided on how I feel about Anik Singal's Inbox Blueprint. It has a TON of useful information and guidance for newbies, and non-newbies can benefit from a lot of it as well.
              The biggest concern I have is that a person cannot truly make $1000 in 24 hours right out of the gate. There is a learning curve, quite a bit of setup, and it WILL take some time to get some ROI, even for the first payment of $97. It's obvious that in the test case video where 5 people hit that jackpot, Anik has done a lot of footwork and setup ahead of time. The test cases only had to do minimal work.

              Even though I realized this well beforehand, the reason I went ahead with the purchase is because I'd hoped to make back my initial investment at least within a week or two, which would be realistic in my opinion.

              Unfortunately, there were many problems from the start, one of which was very slow response time from the support team. They were dealing with some internal issues (server crashes, etc.), and I knew there'd be delays. However, when it takes three or more email exchanges over 2 or 3 days to get through to them what my exact problem is, that's a bit much. I was very clear in my first email, so it came across to me as stall tactics for something they were either trying to hide or didn't know how to fix.

              So I lost the better part of a WEEK on all that.

              Then, when I finally got started, there were more hoops to jump through in order to get the promised bonuses and access to all the areas I purchased. This took a couple more days.

              Okay, so most of the above was due to working out bugs in a new launch. It can't be helped sometimes. BUT... I noticed that a LOT of areas I had access to were dated back to 2012. There was some sort of system already in place long before now. And I felt like maybe I was dealing with outdated information and methods; and these "bonuses" were nothing more than Anik not wanting to waste a couple websites that he'd worked so hard on.

              When all is said done, though, I haven't had the time to go through all the material (it's really nothing new anyway), and only last night did I begin to set up an opt-in page and and autoresponder for an affiliate product. I have about 17 more days before the next $97 payment is due, but if I don't have it in the next 7-10 days, I'll be forced to ask for a refund. ...and hope it doesn't take more hoop-jumping to get it. :-/
              Thanks for that candid review, better than the "this is wonderful, ones" out there, but l suppose that is just good marketing?

              Just as suspected l doesn't sound like Anik is giving you a short list of his best solo ad providers?

              Just great setup advise!

              No doubt there is a ton of videos available, ranging from not so good to great, so the customer has an uphill battle to get through it all, before the next payment date?


              He did send me a video, supposedly showing how some of these people did the $1000 profit, but the video isn't skippable, and it seems that it is just some more sugar coated promotional tactic.


              Glad l gave it a miss, and stayed with the other option!


              Shane
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            • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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              Originally Posted by Joel Young View Post

              I am divided on how I feel about Anik Singal's Inbox Blueprint. It has a TON of useful information and guidance for newbies, and non-newbies can benefit from a lot of it as well.
              The biggest concern I have is that a person cannot truly make $1000 in 24 hours right out of the gate. There is a learning curve, quite a bit of setup, and it WILL take some time to get some ROI, even for the first payment of $97. It's obvious that in the test case video where 5 people hit that jackpot, Anik has done a lot of footwork and setup ahead of time. The test cases only had to do minimal work.

              Even though I realized this well beforehand, the reason I went ahead with the purchase is because I'd hoped to make back my initial investment at least within a week or two, which would be realistic in my opinion.

              Unfortunately, there were many problems from the start, one of which was very slow response time from the support team. They were dealing with some internal issues (server crashes, etc.), and I knew there'd be delays. However, when it takes three or more email exchanges over 2 or 3 days to get through to them what my exact problem is, that's a bit much. I was very clear in my first email, so it came across to me as stall tactics for something they were either trying to hide or didn't know how to fix.

              So I lost the better part of a WEEK on all that.

              Then, when I finally got started, there were more hoops to jump through in order to get the promised bonuses and access to all the areas I purchased. This took a couple more days.

              Okay, so most of the above was due to working out bugs in a new launch. It can't be helped sometimes. BUT... I noticed that a LOT of areas I had access to were dated back to 2012. There was some sort of system already in place long before now. And I felt like maybe I was dealing with outdated information and methods; and these "bonuses" were nothing more than Anik not wanting to waste a couple websites that he'd worked so hard on.

              When all is said done, though, I haven't had the time to go through all the material (it's really nothing new anyway), and only last night did I begin to set up an opt-in page and and autoresponder for an affiliate product. I have about 17 more days before the next $97 payment is due, but if I don't have it in the next 7-10 days, I'll be forced to ask for a refund. ...and hope it doesn't take more hoop-jumping to get it. :-/
              Seriously? You're mad because you can't make $1000 per day immedistely an if you don't make $100 in 7 days you're canceling? List building takes TIME and what you put INTO it you get OUT of it. How much do lawyers pay for their education. Do they throw a fit if they don't make back their school fees in the first two weeks? No they see their education as an investment and understand it wil take time. Perhaps online marketing is not for you if you're approaching it this way...

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              • Profile picture of the author Joel Young
                Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

                Seriously? You're mad because you can't make $1000 per day immedistely an if you don't make $100 in 7 days you're canceling? List building takes TIME and what you put INTO it you get OUT of it. How much do lawyers pay for their education. Do they throw a fit if they don't make back their school fees in the first two weeks? No they see their education as an investment and understand it wil take time. Perhaps online marketing is not for you if you're approaching it this way...

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                Someone needs to re-read my post -- slowly -- and get a better sense of it, because at no point did I say or even infer that I'm mad and throwing a fit. At no point did I say I expected $1,000 immediately. And... well, just re-read the post. :rolleyes:
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          • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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            Originally Posted by gulnaz View Post

            Well idont understand whether he is suggesting hire someone to create an opt in page or do we create our own? Cuz in the video he mentioned providing with the software he created to do those opt in pages
            Both are options - do whatever works

            Make your own
            get some templates on fiverr.com
            get somebody to CREATE one on fiverr.com
            get a WP plug-in like WP Lead Rocket to make your own

            The software is for the Inbox Inner Elite only I believe - but SP's don't have to be difficult to make or expensive to outsource
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      • Profile picture of the author Natters
        Hi I have purchased it and so far I like it. Have experience with online websites and normal seo but no experience in affiliate marketing and lists, opt-in pages so its all good stuff and the different view on how to get traffic rather than links and seo optimisation is great for a newbie. HOWEVER, my big concern right at this moment (I have only so far paid one amount of $97.00) and apparently you have 60 days to change your mind - is that I have sent 3 support ticket questions regarding affiliate links to UK (the affiliates he gives do not have many UK offers) and the area I want to promote does not seem to offer me much choice. I have asked if I have a .com domain can I sell to the US market or is interest for me to concentrate solely in the UK? Sent this message 3 times and so far no reply. So doesn't look good from a support purpose. Will carry on with the training but I can't get much further until I know what verticals its best for me to work in! Although the training is good - not sure its worth the whole 3 x $97.00. We will see.
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by Natters View Post

          Hi I have purchased it and so far I like it. Have experience with online websites and normal seo but no experience in affiliate marketing and lists, opt-in pages so its all good stuff and the different view on how to get traffic rather than links and seo optimisation is great for a newbie. HOWEVER, my big concern right at this moment (I have only so far paid one amount of $97.00) and apparently you have 60 days to change your mind - is that I have sent 3 support ticket questions regarding affiliate links to UK (the affiliates he gives do not have many UK offers) and the area I want to promote does not seem to offer me much choice. I have asked if I have a .com domain can I sell to the US market or is interest for me to concentrate solely in the UK? Sent this message 3 times and so far no reply. So doesn't look good from a support purpose. Will carry on with the training but I can't get much further until I know what verticals its best for me to work in! Although the training is good - not sure its worth the whole 3 x $97.00. We will see.
          ok, so it seems that there are no short solo ad lists!

          Not surprised by the UK results you got above.

          The more feedback l get here, the more it looks like a repeat of PPC Classroom!


          When l first started PPCC, l was generally blown away with that l got, but after 7 months and almost $700 dollars later, ($97 a month) l realized that eventhough Amit's way to do Adwords was clever, it still didn't guarantee success. Just increased the odd's.

          And half the videos, eventhough good, didn't work, or did produce some sales, but wasn't sustainable!

          The SEO ones were very good, but SEO takes too long, so...:rolleyes:

          From what you have said above, don't be surprised that the shiny object is a little tarnished!


          Shane
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      • Profile picture of the author Tim Fuhrman
        I bought Inbox Blueprint and think its one of the best programs I've seen in the past 3-4 years.

        It is not available right now but I did get an email from Anik yesterday outlining his launch plans for the year. According to this email he will re-open Inbox Blueprint this summer. So stay tuned.

        We are going through a series of follow up seminars right now and it is incredibly thorough. I would recommend this to everyone and it is not ridiculously priced, or at least it wasn't.
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    I have done one of my video reviews (on Youtube) - "InBox Blueprint Review - First Look at Members Area". This will give you a guide of what it is you get. The overall course looks very good, and far more current than some of Anik's previous courses which were big on quantity, but not necessarily quality. This I feel is different - but I'm working through it now, and am impressed. Not sure about price - but time will tell.
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    I'm really enjoying the webinars so far :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by dblues View Post

      I am kinda skeptical about the video.

      It's interesting that ALL five of the subjects in the video
      made almost the exact amount (about 1K) in 24-48 hrs!
      To me this is NOT typical.

      It's easy hire someone to make to actually buy the
      products and make it look like they actually produced those results.
      I know it sound weird but big companies do stuff like that all the time...
      the payoff is huge!

      You can probably find information about email marketing for free
      all over the internet.

      db
      Yep, me too! I am reluctant to spend $97 for information concerning solo ad's, (know the rest).

      I did find another online course, just on Solo ad's, but they wanted $200 up front!


      If someone here can verify exactly what they got concerning solo ad info, l would be very interested.

      I mean if Anik, gives a list of solo ad or list suppliers that he has used, what products he ran past them, and how much he made, then l may have to seriously consider his offer.

      But if it is what l expect and it is only general info, on what company he used, with other members offering their lists, then l would have to spend a small fortune to find the profit.

      Probably not worth the expense.


      I would be very surprised if he tells everyone up front, about how the 4 people in the video made that much, or exactly what list he used, what company or individual and what product he used!

      But yeah, l am trying to find this info, online for free, or at a reasonable cost. I have found some good advise but no specific info,.


      But last time l clicked away from this offer, Anik offered a free e-book, which l am still need to read!

      Or a signup, (don't ask me how l got to this page) l refreshed the page, to spot the video from playing and it more or less appeared!


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  • Profile picture of the author cody123
    I think I can honestly say that a great majority of people on this forum are experienced IM'ers and know how to put up a squeeze page (even using a template purchased online), how to set up an autoresponder and an email funnel. It's relatively easy....

    What most people don't realize is that while building a list is the foundation of your business, building a relationship with that list is the life blood of any successful business.

    I don't like being sold to and yes, I've signed up for lists in the past and got far too many sales pitches and unsubscribed from all of them.

    Are you more likely to buy from someone you know or trust, or from a stranger with a one-page website?

    Trust is key here.

    Your relationship with your subscribers is what keeps the money coming in. You must over-deliver, give them more than what they asked for and build trust. Help them with their problems, show that you care (and as a good IM'er, you do) and then when you send out your email recommending a product that will help them, because they know you and trust you, they'll buy from you.....because you took the time to nurture your relationship with them.

    Give them great content, lots of it, with honesty, sincerity and knowledge of what you're doing. Establish yourself as an expert in your field and you list will pay you for years to come.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by Windy430 View Post

      Hi Guys
      I bought the inbox blueprint 2 days ago based on the video information on his front page which was really good but I have to tell I feel like Ive been ripped off.
      I paid for 12 months to try and save myself some money $247 instead of $297.

      I got my login details and went to the welcome video 5 mins in I was asked for more money to upgrade so its not all its cracked up to be you don't get the full package straight up. He guarantees you 100% money back if your not happy so I emailed support TWICE and guess what (I still haven't even had a reply!!) watch this space.
      Give it time they are most likely swamped with orders!

      I have been with Anik, in another course, and eventhough some info, was held back, etc, he or his company was or is professional!

      So, don't assume the worst, but pester them now and then!


      Not surprised about the upgrade, l expected something like that!

      The last course l did with them, was $97 a month, recurring, and eventhough the videos were, good, some were great, there was also some info, that wasn't that effective.

      From what you have said, it sound like l would have to spend like a drunken sailor, in order to have a chance of finding out exactly what solo ad list he used, with product and profits!

      I expected some kind of upgrade, can't have a course which goes for 2 months without, including another course, to take it's place!

      Have you found any info, on solo ad lists, and details, or is that included in some upgrade?

      Odd's on l would have to upgrade to diamond or gold class, (whatever Anik has called it) in order to have a fighting chance of getting the prementioned info,?

      Correct me if l am wrong.:rolleyes:


      Remember Anik is a very savvy entranapeur, or salesperson, first, so obviously he won't give away what most people want to know about straight away.

      Most marketers out there, tend to hold back and give it as part of some ultra expensive addition or when you are almost ready to cancel, (or as last resort tactic)!


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      • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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        Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

        Have you found any info, on solo ad lists, and details, or is that included in some upgrade?

        Odd's on l would have to upgrade to diamond or gold class, (whatever Anik has called it) in order to have a fighting chance of getting the prementioned info,?

        Correct me if l am wrong.:rolleyes:


        Shane
        Hi Shane, there is not one "magical solo ad list" out there - there are TONS of them, you just have to know where to look and who to contact to get them. Many EXCELLENT solo ad providers are here on the WF - just check the Solos section (warriors for hire, I believe) and read some of the reviews on the solos there. I've had EXCELLENT results myself using solo providers from the WF, and a quick google search for "solo ad rolodex' can lead you to a ton more too

        So don't wait for Anik to Reveal "the magical solo source" - just go out there and start testing diff providers. Start smaller with each person, if your CTR is excellent then use the same person for a larger solo. Rinse and Repeat

        I sincerely hope this helps!

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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

          Hi Shane, there is not one "magical solo ad list" out there - there are TONS of them, you just have to know where to look and who to contact to get them. Many EXCELLENT solo ad providers are here on the WF - just check the Solos section (warriors for hire, I believe) and read some of the reviews on the solos there. I've had EXCELLENT results myself using solo providers from the WF, and a quick google search for "solo ad rolodex' can lead you to a ton more too

          So don't wait for Anik to Reveal "the magical solo source" - just go out there and start testing diff providers. Start smaller with each person, if your CTR is excellent then use the same person for a larger solo. Rinse and Repeat

          I sincerely hope this helps!

          Jeff
          No, l'm not, already found the book you mentioned!

          Also found a promising website with screened lists.

          I have tried a few on the WF, most gave a sale or two, and one l shouldn't mention! Let's just say, it costed a few hundred, and.......well, a four letter word, describes it! :rolleyes:

          But, no, real decent sales!


          I would appreciate, it if you had some name list providers who are into WP, software, who don't ask for 100% profits up front, (you can PM me if you like).

          I tried a few on here, with great results, but limited sales, so l know what you are talking about!


          Anyway thanks for the advise!

          Hope to hear from you soon!


          Shane
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          • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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            Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

            No, l'm not, already found the book you mentioned!

            Also found a promising website with screened lists.

            I have tried a few on the WF, most gave a sale or two, and one l shouldn't mention! Let's just say, it costed a few hundred, and.......well, a four letter word, describes it! :rolleyes:

            But, no, real decent sales!


            I would appreciate, it if you had some name list providers who are into WP, software, who don't ask for 100% profits up front, (you can PM me if you like).

            I tried a few on here, with great results, but limited sales, so l know what you are talking about!


            Anyway thanks for the advise!

            Hope to hear from you soon!


            Shane
            Hey man, not sure what you mean by wanting 100% profits up-front. Solo providers sent you a set # of clicks and charge you for it up front. If you didnt make any sales, perhaps your squeeze page is lacking?
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            • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
              Originally Posted by eljeffe77 View Post

              Hey man, not sure what you mean by wanting 100% profits up-front. Solo providers sent you a set # of clicks and charge you for it up front. If you didnt make any sales, perhaps your squeeze page is lacking?
              No, l mean some solo ad providers want all the profits from sales derived from their list!

              I found someone here that expected to get about 25 sales from his list, but would only do it if he got all profits from the initial sale!

              I agreed and ended up with about $130 from backend sales after the 25 buyers level was achieved!

              So, great result, but not life changing!


              If l put $250 in and got a few thousand out, then it would be! Especially if l could scale!:rolleyes:


              So as said before, all is set up, l just need a list like the one above, preferably 10 times larger or ten times more sales!

              I have a list building structure in place as well, but for me upfront profits are important!


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              • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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                Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

                No, l mean some solo ad providers want all the profits from sales derived from their list!

                I found someone here that expected to get about 25 sales from his list, but would only do it if he got all profits from the initial sale!

                I agreed and ended up with about $130 from backend sales after the 25 buyers level was achieved!

                So, great result, but not life changing!


                If l put $250 in and got a few thousand out, then it would be! Especially if l could scale!:rolleyes:


                So as said before, all is set up, l just need a list like the one above, preferably 10 times larger or ten times more sales!

                I have a list building structure in place as well, but for me upfront profits are important!


                Shane
                What? I've NEVER heard of solo ad providers wanting YOUR profit. Why would you pay them to email YOUR offer for you, THEN pay them again for any profits you've earned?

                You've been dealing with scammy solo ad providers - seriously - that's NOT how they should be...
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  • Profile picture of the author raunekk
    Anyone who bought and tried seeing results?

    Should I buy or skip...??
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  • Profile picture of the author Juan Burton
    Originally Posted by jlater54 View Post

    Yes, I purchased InBox Blue Print.

    I’m going to show you the member’s area.
    I’m going to give you a tour of the member’s area.
    I’m going to show you what the actual system actually is.
    Whether it works and whether it can actually make you money. Or whether it is just a load of junk that not worth your investment.
    You can find my review at the link across the screen,
    www.NewImReviews.com/ib


    Jack :-)

    Great review Jack, very thorough and genuine !

    I actually bought the course, great investment. I may post a case study based on this later.
    I haven't reviewed any of the content yet, but I'm sure I'll have to invest in PPV method of traffic of top.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheMaleRN
    Sounds promising, but I'm kinda concerned about the first reply though, how its presented similarly like anthony morrison's... still, i'll look into this.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by TheMaleRN View Post

      Sounds promising, but I'm kinda concerned about the first reply though, how its presented similarly like anthony morrison's... still, i'll look into this.
      As someone else has said, the Definitive Rololex might be a better choice if you are good at squeeze pages, etc and just want to know about Solo ad's!

      I have just bought the above one, well the first product and the first upsell, (the other upsell about squeeze pages, etc didn't interest me)!

      So about $50, for an Excel list of the best solo ad providers, and a further list of reliable ones, as well as learning through videos, etc how to avoid pitfalls, and purchase solo ad's effectively!

      Seems like a good, solid course, and it is a lot cheaper than Anik's course!


      I would be surprised if Anik's course would offer the best solo ad providers, up front!

      I would expect some training, but am doubtful of a list be offered!


      If anyone who bought Anik's one could let us know what he offers in the solo ad area, l would be all ears!


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  • Profile picture of the author janicetalberty
    I bought some google adword course from himyears back. He's a good talker but no substance in his words.
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  • Profile picture of the author dsuitor
    ITs an ok program nothing amazing tho! If you dont have any knowledge of email marketing it is a major learning curve.. so just prepare your self and BE coachable and YES you can be successful with it :-)
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  • Originally Posted by ysckyler View Post

    Hi has anyone tried inbox blueprint?
    This product is SUPER SOLID for the price. Honestly, there isn't much out there in the market that comes to this level of value for the price tag. I've purchased $2997 products that don't hold a candle to this monster. The bonuses ALONE are worth the entire price tag IMO. :p

    Product Rating: 9/10
    However it is now CLOSED.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by losched16 View Post

      In regards to the solo ads, correct, Anik does not give you the exact list owners that you should contact for your campaign. Instead, he gives you recommendations on the best places to look for list owners in your niche and then gives you the strategies to properly run that ad.

      With that being said, wouldn't it be a bit silly if Anik did actually say, "Here are the 3 best solo ad list owners. Go contact them immediately!" If that were the case, then thousands of people who purchased Inbox Blueprint would be contacting that list owner, and either those lists would gradually become worthless as the subscribers would be flooded with promotional offers, or there would be a massive wait list to get your ad run.

      So it is better for everyone that he doesn't provide the exact list owners, but rather, you need to put in the effort to find the list, all the while using the strategies that he recommends. Now, when it comes to the 5 people in the video and how quickly they made money, I did not purchase any of the upsells, so I do not have access to those recordings, but I imagine he did actually give those select people the exact lists to use. But again, that was for 5 people, not 5000.

      So, if you are looking for exact list owners, you will not find them with Inbox Blueprint (at least with the basic membership), but in reality, you shouldn't want them identified either. For my niche, I have 2 great list owners that I have found, and I am certainly happy that there is only 1 other person utilizing that list like I am, rather than several hundred. I have gone through most of Inbox Blueprint in the past 2 weeks and have really enjoyed the strategies and step by step instructions that he gives. I would buy the product again (even though it is closed now).

      True, but Rodolex supplies about 10 of the best, and about 200 of the rest!

      Mainly in make money/IM!

      So as the author has stated, it would take a lifetime to get through them all!

      True it would be great to find a list of the beaten path, but not if you have to blow a wad to find it!


      I have followed Charles Kirkland, as well as some others concerning squeeze pages, etc, so pretty much know how to do most of it, l just need some decent lists to try out!

      And for the record l have gotten conversion rates for optins up to 60%, so if l find a decent list, then l am laughing!


      I am sure some newbies and others will get a lot from this, but l find the price a bit excessive! :rolleyes:


      Shane
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      • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
        Originally Posted by Natters View Post

        My issue isn't with the solo ad lists. Its that at the moment none of the affiliate sites seem to have decent UK offers and I have sent 4 x messages now to INBOXBLUE print and nobody is responding! If I can't find relevant affiliate offers for my niches then I dont see how I can run any campaigns.
        Yep, l have a fair idea as to how Anik thinks!

        With PPCC, tons of videos, but most didn't work, and the ones that did, covered dodgy SEO, which might work short term, but there are no guarantees!

        Some of the concepts in these videos, or audios, looked brilliant on the surface and seemed to be presented by people who somehow made a lot of money from it, but of course when you try it, a few sales, and that's it!


        In the meantime, what everyone on these forums wanted to know was, what works, and can you show us some examples, so we can obviously make a buck from it!!!! :rolleyes:

        Very likely you or others would have to upgrade, or whatever to the most expensive package to have a fighting chance of getting the info, you want the most, or to recover some of your costs!

        I mean the number of members trying the UK thing shouldn't affect outcomes, so it seems that he will hold back on the vital stuff, and give the next best thing, to the members who haven't coughed up the $250!

        Or stall, until most have paid the full amount? Well, probably!


        Seems like Anik, still hasn't changed his spots, l guessed that recently when he did a Webinar, with Frank Kern, who briefly showed up, said a few token words, and disappeared!

        Or was there to push viewer numbers, then it eventually went into "buy this software, to create websites, in blah, blah time frame"!

        But l have to admit, that if l was a newbie, l may has seriously gone for that one, since it was a very quick and easy way to create a website!


        Shane :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    "Theory is splendid but until put into practice, it is valueless."

    Instead of commenting about what may/may not work or waiting for someone to give you specific locations to buy solos ads, how about navigating over to the Classified Ads section, sort through the thousands of solo ad sellers and the purchase a few so you can see for yourself what works and what doesn't?

    It's not that hard guys, seriously - plus you can purchase 100 clicks for as low as $30.

    If that sounds too hard, do a Google search for Solo Ad Broker or agency and let them find the traffic for you..

    And for those of you that want to make $1,000 literally overnight, go purchase 5,000 clicks. Viola, done.
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
    Has anyone at all gotten a reply from support? I bought IB a couple weeks ago and have submitted several tickets and have gotten absolutely no response, not even an automated reply. That really does not leave me with a good feeling.

    There is some good information in the course, but I'm pretty disappointed so far with the quality of some of the material and also with the lack of support so far.

    This is my first Anik product, and probably my last unless something very redeeming happens in a very short time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joel Young
      Originally Posted by entrepenerd View Post

      Has anyone at all gotten a reply from support? I bought IB a couple weeks ago and have submitted several tickets and have gotten absolutely no response, not even an automated reply. That really does not leave me with a good feeling.
      I've had issues with IB and have gotten replies from Support, but it can take up to two days sometimes. I submitted one more ticket this morning and got a reply a few hours later, I suspect partially due to the nature of the ticket and the fact that I specifically requested confirmation that they received my message.

      But yeah, there does see to be a communication lag with them.
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
    I've submitted 3 tickets, 2 through the member's area, and 1 email direct to support@vssmind.com. The first ticket was submitted my first day as a member on 1/16/2014. The second ticket was submitted about a week later. The 3rd was submitted 2 days ago. Not a single response on any of them.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by entrepenerd View Post

      Has anyone at all gotten a reply from support? I bought IB a couple weeks ago and have submitted several tickets and have gotten absolutely no response, not even an automated reply. That really does not leave me with a good feeling.

      There is some good information in the course, but I'm pretty disappointed so far with the quality of some of the material and also with the lack of support so far.

      This is my first Anik product, and probably my last unless something very redeeming happens in a very short time.

      Yep, PPCC was probably my last!

      Glad l didn't buy this, the Rodolex course l got instead, (well the solo ad list and first upsell) is so far giving me everything, not the usual hold back on the best stuff, and give the rest crap!

      Hmmm, from what you have said above, sounds like a rehash of PPCC, tons of videos, and audios, but once you go through and try it all out, then it isn't much!

      Certainly not worth $250!


      I would rather spend $50, and invest the rest!


      Shane
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepenerd
    I just wanted to give an update here that I did finally get a response from Meredith in support. I'm happy to have gotten a response and the response was what I was hoping to hear. I'm still pretty disappointed in the overall quality of the course though.

    I will admit that I have not been on any of the live trainings yet, but it sounds like that's probably not a bad thing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joel Young
      Originally Posted by Cunners3:16 View Post

      Just cancelled today after going through all the videos etc. The last straw for me was Tuesday's Webinar which consisted of the presenter reading the web page (this is the Elite stuff remember) that we all already have and then looking at Offervault for a bit.

      Plus after watching the 5 'real' people (check the disclaimer at bottom about actors, not saying they are but the disclaimer is there to see if you look) I was really disappointed, Anik did it all!!
      Literally all they did was come up with a line or two of text and then hit enter when he told them to,

      He chose the niche
      He chose the templates
      He set up the Get Response
      He chose the Thank you page offer
      He chose the solo ad

      I'm not some dreamer thinking i'll earn millions in a week but there is very little content here once you dig in, might be great for newcomers to this but anyone who has ever set up a list or used an autoresponder should just not bother.

      Really disappointed and now concerned over getting my refund. We'll see how that goes.
      Yup, pretty much my reasons for canceling as well, among a couple other things. The good news is I asked for a refund 2 days ago and got a confirmation of my request a couple hours later. The next day they issued the refund, I was emailed a receipt, and they said to give it 3-5 days for the credit to show up on my card. That's the quickest action I've ever gotten from them, lol.

      Originally Posted by entrepenerd View Post

      I just wanted to give an update here that I did finally get a response from Meredith in support. I'm happy to have gotten a response and the response was what I was hoping to hear. I'm still pretty disappointed in the overall quality of the course though.

      I will admit that I have not been on any of the live trainings yet, but it sounds like that's probably not a bad thing.
      Good to hear. I don't know your level of experience in online marketing, but hopefully the program is useful for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by Cunners3:16 View Post

      Just cancelled today after going through all the videos etc. The last straw for me was Tuesday's Webinar which consisted of the presenter reading the web page (this is the Elite stuff remember) that we all already have and then looking at Offervault for a bit.

      Plus after watching the 5 'real' people (check the disclaimer at bottom about actors, not saying they are but the disclaimer is there to see if you look) I was really disappointed, Anik did it all!!
      Literally all they did was come up with a line or two of text and then hit enter when he told them to,

      He chose the niche
      He chose the templates
      He set up the Get Response
      He chose the Thank you page offer
      He chose the solo ad

      I'm not some dreamer thinking i'll earn millions in a week but there is very little content here once you dig in, might be great for newcomers to this but anyone who has ever set up a list or used an autoresponder should just not bother.

      Really disappointed and now concerned over getting my refund. We'll see how that goes.

      So from what you have said overall, he obviously doesn't go through step by step, as to how he set it all up, for these 5 people, so everyone else can make a quick buck?

      Sounds familiar! :rolleyes:

      That's one of Aniks tactics, overwhelm the customer with info, and keep them hooked with more videos on the horizon that might just give you the info, or insight you need that will make you rich!

      Don't count on it!

      Within the next year, he might, (after everyone on their forum kicks up enough of a stink, and enough start asking for some money back) give a walkthrough of a profitable campaign?

      And l mean a real over the shoulder walkthrough, not the usual spend months contacting every high ranking site in your niche, until you get lucky).


      Now l am really glad l didn't buy this! :rolleyes:


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      • Profile picture of the author Cunners3:16
        Quick update, had a reply over my refund saying it is being processed and will be back on my card within 2-5 days so credit where it's due.

        As for the walk through, if you look at the info it is actually promised that Anik will walk you through an over the shoulder business, unfortunately this seems to be the weekly webinars with his 'head coach' who just goes through the course details. Nothing ground breaking I'm afraid.
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    Hummmm... Read the posts to this point.

    Good thing this was not a Real Estate Investing Course... The overwhelming majority would be requesting refunds because they found out they had to spend money to buy their first property.

    From time to time I look through the Forum to see what's moving and shaking. After reading this I see I don't have to worry about competition. Lots of Dreamers and not many Doer's.... COOL!

    Really simple process:

    Business is about attitude. You buy a cheap course you get low quality information. Buy a course like this and if you implement what is being taught you will make some money. I can take what Anik teaches and make money. No Problem. If your new to this process be patient... get an education and experience. Don't expect miracles.

    I have a system for picking Clickbank Products i.e. find several products that I can create a niche from, and others that I can cross promote to the same list. It can't have any leaks i.e. opt in pages for the seller to steal my leads.

    Write my sales copy, set up an auto responder account. Get email auto responders series written, that give good tips, put in an affiliate link from time to time promoting and cross promoting several products. (Takes more than 24 hrs)

    Buy Solo ads from reputable sellers, with tracking in place to make sure I get real visitors.
    (Make sure there not sending me bots as part of my clicks ).

    Track clicks, track sales, check my tracking, put together the numbers. Goal: Extract more value from the traffic than I had to pay for it = Profit.

    If profitable rinse and repeat. If I lose money, tweak the sales page and try it again. If it doesn't convert sales, try another 100 clicks from another solo ad supplier. When profitable hit it with 5000 clicks. If after 3 -4 tweaks it doesn't produce a profit... trash it and find another product.

    If you don't have money to test a sales funnel, I can't help you. Can't go to the Craps table at a casino and complain because it costs money to play. That's the reality of the situation. If you use "Free" traffic expect your results to be very slow.

    To implement this you have to be schooled in setting up squeeze pages, WordPress, buying solo ads, writing ad copy, setting up a sales letter, collecting checks from Clickbank etc...

    To be successful you have to develop systems for each and every one of these processes... Before you even think of buying traffic. Make a mistake in any part of the process expect dismal sales results no matter where the traffic comes from.

    You can find all of this in the forum in numerous discussion groups. Nothing new... just search email marketing. But it takes work... Not Dreaming.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by BigGameHunter View Post

      Hummmm... Read the posts to this point.

      Good thing this was not a Real Estate Investing Course... The overwhelming majority would be requesting refunds because they found out they had to spend money to buy their first property.

      From time to time I look through the Forum to see what's moving and shaking. After reading this I see I don't have to worry about competition. Lots of Dreamers and not many Doer's.... COOL!

      Really simple process:

      Business is about attitude. You buy a cheap course you get low quality information. Buy a course like this and if you implement what is being taught you will make some money. I can take what Anik teaches and make money. No Problem. If your new to this process be patient... get an education and experience. Don't expect miracles.

      I have a system for picking Clickbank Products i.e. find several products that I can create a niche from, and others that I can cross promote to the same list. It can't have any leaks i.e. opt in pages for the seller to steal my leads.

      Write my sales copy, set up an auto responder account. Get email auto responders series written, that give good tips, put in an affiliate link from time to time promoting and cross promoting several products. (Takes more than 24 hrs)

      Buy Solo ads from reputable sellers, with tracking in place to make sure I get real visitors.
      (Make sure there not sending me bots as part of my clicks ).

      Track clicks, track sales, check my tracking, put together the numbers. Goal: Extract more value from the traffic than I had to pay for it = Profit.

      If profitable rinse and repeat. If I lose money, tweak the sales page and try it again. If it doesn't convert sales, try another 100 clicks from another solo ad supplier. When profitable hit it with 5000 clicks. If after 3 -4 tweaks it doesn't produce a profit... trash it and find another product.

      If you don't have money to test a sales funnel, I can't help you. Can't go to the Craps table at a casino and complain because it costs money to play. That's the reality of the situation. If you use "Free" traffic expect your results to be very slow.

      To implement this you have to be schooled in setting up squeeze pages, WordPress, buying solo ads, writing ad copy, setting up a sales letter, collecting checks from Clickbank etc...

      To be successful you have to develop systems for each and every one of these processes... Before you even think of buying traffic. Make a mistake in any part of the process expect dismal sales results no matter where the traffic comes from.

      You can find all of this in the forum in numerous discussion groups. Nothing new... just search email marketing. But it takes work... Not Dreaming.

      If a newbie was winging about Aniks course then fair enough, but l have only heard from season marketers so far getting refunds!


      I think that the real winging reason is, high price tag, and little info,?

      If l or others spent $250 we would expect at least one detailed step by step walkthrough of a campaign, or provide all the elements necessary to try this with the highest possible chance of making a profit!

      I have spent $50 on the Rodolex, one and eventhough l have gone through one video, (out of a couple) so far no more upsells, and he is giving me the lot, (no next best traffic source crap).

      I am certainly looking forward to the video, where he interviews a solo ad millionaire.

      Compare that to Aniks one, and he would probably interview someone who claims to have made a lot from a traffic source that isn't sustainable, when you try it out for yourself, etc.

      I am just assuming this, based on my 7 months with PPCC!


      So true you can get into action, with an overpriced product that is thin on life changing advise, and probably make it profitable over time!

      But l would rather purchase a cheap product, that gives life changing advise up front, and saves me time and money! :rolleyes:



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      • Profile picture of the author Natters
        I have just asked for a refund. Lets hope it comes through. I have decided its not for me - in any case. I think some of the training is excellent for newbies (although sure you can find it all elsewhere) but it will take ages to complete - I asked a question to support reply came nearly 2 weeks later - and I'm still waiting to be accepted by relevant affiliate networks which seem to be taking ages so I can't actually go very far. Also I am finding that the 'quality' affiliate offers don't seem to be there as Anik suggests. Overall its not a bad training system but way too steep at $250 plus. Most of it does just seem to be taken from other sources. Maybe there is a catch at the end - for instance the webinars are still to be completed - but I'm not prepared to take the risk and I actually dont think I want to be emailing everybody on my list (when I eventually get it built) everyday - to me this goes against what I like as I know it drives me MAD when I get an email (a rude one at that) telling me this is the next best thing. Only my thoughts - maybe I've missed the point (I have according to Anik) or maybe its a cultural thing and something we just don't do so much in the UK.
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      • Profile picture of the author BigGameHunter
        Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

        If a newbie was winging about Aniks course then fair enough, but l have only heard from season marketers so far getting refunds!


        I think that the real winging reason is, high price tag, and little info,?

        If l or others spent $250 we would expect at least one detailed step by step walkthrough of a campaign, or provide all the elements necessary to try this with the highest possible chance of making a profit!

        I have spent $50 on the Rodolex, one and eventhough l have gone through one video, (out of a couple) so far no more upsells, and he is giving me the lot, (no next best traffic source crap).

        I am certainly looking forward to the video, where he interviews a solo ad millionaire.

        Compare that to Aniks one, and he would probably interview someone who claims to have made a lot from a traffic source that isn't sustainable, when you try it out for yourself, etc.

        I am just assuming this, based on my 7 months with PPCC!

        So true you can get into action, with an overpriced product that is thin on life changing advise, and probably make it profitable over time!

        But l would rather purchase a cheap product, that gives life changing advise up front, and saves me time and money! :rolleyes:

        Shane
        Hi Shane,
        Your Dreaming. I am sorry if that sounds harsh but its the reality of the situation. I have money. You don't have to believe it because it doesn't affect me or my life style. If you would like to get some money I will be glad to help the best I can. Here Goes:

        I am a seasoned real estate investor of over 35 yrs, father of 5 children, grandfather of 7.5 grand children at the moment, among other things. I can tell you that a $300 investment in one piece of information is not expensive nor is it going to give you everything you need to make a million dollars. It will give you little nuggets of information that you will be able to use in your business. Like mining for gold.

        You could interview me and I can tell you how I used internet marketing, got two buyers to partake in a bidding war on a house I had for sale, made over $100,000 net, on that house flip deal. Then I could give you the advanced class and tell you how I used the same website I sold that house on, put another house I had on the same site (didn't match what I optimized the site for) and made another $28,000 in less than 30 days. True Story.

        Here's the problem: All those interviews never tell you the details of the processes it took to make the money i.e. how I found the houses, how I knew how much to pay for them, my layaway plan, my construction methods, my list of subcontractors, or how I knew what a fair price was for there services. All you hear is: I made lots of money in 30 days.

        You could interview me until your blue in the face and you still won't get my metrics or the details to each phase. I can tell you story after story about the deals I made, and they sound exciting. But it is not how I made the money. i.e. My System.

        You need systems for each part of the process. If you build a house you need systems for framing, drywall, electrical etc. And you have to have metrics for each or otherwise how would you know if the phase is completed and done properly?

        When Perry Marshal ( Godfather of PPC) first launched his products in the early 90's I was there. I also bought Brad Fallon and Andy Jenkins product back then Stomping The Search Engines. While the methods we used back then don't work today, I became an expert at SEO and PPC and kept up with the changes as they evolved over the years. These are only two of many processes for getting traffic.

        But, if your sales funnel is not set up to get more money than the cost of the traffic your using, your going to go broke. If you build a house that looks like crap when completed, all the traffic in the world will not make you a profit. Traffic is not the problem.

        FACT: Perry Marshal is the leader in PPC. His courses are packed with solid information about how to optimize your PPC campaign to it's max. But, his courses are not cheap. His Round Table course last time I checked was $5000.

        My sales funnel was the houses I had for sale. PPC along with SEO drove traffic to my site. I spent some money learning PPC, and SEO and the cost of running my campaigns with costs ranging about ($2000). My sales funnel was set up to get more money than the traffic cost so this was a no brainier. Successful campaign.

        Moreover, it didn't matter what the courses and traffic costs were, the $2000 was irrelevant.You can't say a course is cheap or expensive until you know the sales funnel your setting up. It mattered that my sales funnel would cover those costs. In the big picture, the $2000 was cheap.

        The guy's who are attempting to rip off Perry s material, who have no experience, will sell you a cheap PPC course for $47. Don't complain if you buy this, you had it coming. Find the experts in every process. Find out what they charge to learn what they know. Figure out how to the get the money to invest.

        Marketing is one small part of business. It's not the business! (unless your an ad agency).

        Education is cheap if your ears work, ignorance is expensive.
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by BigGameHunter View Post

          Hi Shane,
          Your Dreaming. I am sorry if that sounds harsh but its the reality of the situation. I have money. You don't have to believe it because it doesn't affect me or my life style. If you would like to get some money I will be glad to help the best I can. Here Goes:


          When Perry Marshal ( Godfather of PPC) first launched his products in the early 90's I was there. I also bought Brad Fallon and Andy Jenkins product back then Stomping The Search Engines. While the methods we used back then don't work today, I became an expert at SEO and PPC and kept up with the changes as they evolved over the years. These are only two of many processes for getting traffic.

          The guy's who are attempting to rip off Perry s material, who have no experience, will sell you a cheap PPC course for $47. Don't complain if you buy this, you had it coming. Find the experts in every process. Find out what they charge to learn what they know. Figure out how to the get the money to invest.

          Marketing is one small part of business. It's not the business! (unless your an ad agency).

          Education is cheap if your ears work, ignorance is expensive.
          Well l couldn't comment on a $2000 course apart from expecting plenty of "wow" information!

          And l don't agree with the spend $50 get crap!

          I mean if Anik, just sold the solo ad part, then it is likely his price would be similar to the one l bought!


          So it isn't crap, or certainly hasn't been so far, just chopped down. And the guy that produced this product has extensive experience in this area, and is a WF member!


          But the point is Aniks course has a lot of charf, and not much wheat! Great for newbies, not so good for seasoned marketers.

          But the reason more seasoned marketers are getting a refund is because the info, people wanted the most isn't really available!

          Buy Aniks one, spend months finding viable lists, buy the one l got, the short list is supplied.

          Sure a few hundred isn't much if the info, is good and there is a good chance of it working over time!


          But as you have said there are other courses out there, that cost a few hundred that are basically, plenty of charf, very little wheat. Or to put it another way crap!


          Fair enough you made a lot of money in real estate, and you can't explain how you did it, but as others have said and the 5 test subjects have shown, if a professional sets it up, a newbie can make a lot!


          I just think that Anik could have done more along these lines, even thrown or sacrificed one of his profitable solo ad providers, for members to chew on, before the list is overused!


          You pay money for a ladder, not a cliff face, and a rope!


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          • Profile picture of the author BigGameHunter
            Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

            Well l couldn't comment on a $2000 course apart from expecting plenty of "wow" information!

            And l don't agree with the spend $50 get crap!

            I mean if Anik, just sold the solo ad part, then it is likely his price would be similar to the one l bought!

            So it isn't crap, or certainly hasn't been so far, just chopped down. And the guy that produced this product has extensive experience in this area, and is a WF member!

            But the point is Aniks course has a lot of charf, and not much wheat! Great for newbies, not so good for seasoned marketers.

            But the reason more seasoned marketers are getting a refund is because the info, people wanted the most isn't really available!

            Buy Aniks one, spend months finding viable lists, buy the one l got, the short list is supplied.

            Sure a few hundred isn't much if the info, is good and there is a good chance of it working over time!

            But as you have said there are other courses out there, that cost a few hundred that are basically, plenty of charf, very little wheat. Or to put it another way crap!

            Fair enough you made a lot of money in real estate, and you can't explain how you did it, but as others have said and the 5 test subjects have shown, if a professional sets it up, a newbie can make a lot!

            I just think that Anik could have done more along these lines, even thrown or sacrificed one of his profitable solo ad providers, for members to chew on, before the list is overused!

            You pay money for a ladder, not a cliff face, and a rope!

            Shane
            Go back and re-read what I said very carefully. Never said I couldn't teach about how to make money in Real Estate. I said that an interview of me telling stories about making money in real estate and how I used Internet Marketing to sell the houses would not disclose my system (specific details).

            The reason I made this point was you were waiting for some interviews to listen to like that was going to make the difference in whether you made money or not.

            Hard to learn if you misread or don't comprehend a concept. Also, you will have an uphill battle when someone who has what you want is trying to help for free and you disagree with them. (Hummm see a pattern developing here)

            My grandfather use to tell me:
            "Don't try to teach anyone who knows everything anything".

            Here's a simpler concept that may make things easier:

            I spent the cost of this course ($299) on one theme... Optimize Press 2.0. It's not the only theme I paid for in my internet marketing tool box. Plus, a lot of my sales pages and landers are hard coded with html, css and php ( Dreamweaver & Photoshop ohh another $600 +).

            Does that make Optimize press a terrible theme because at this price point it doesn't do everything I need? Absolutely not, no more than it makes this beginners course bad at this price point.

            If you disagree and say "YES" then I rest my case.... Your a Dreamer!

            Is Optimize Press the only tool I will ever have to purchase for my Internet Marketing tool box? Not Hardly!

            In Box Blueprint is a beginners list building course, no questions. If you follow the concepts you will make money (not overnight but over time). Anyone who knows basic list building would/should know that before purchasing (intermediate marketer). If an intermediate marketer purchases the course even after watching all the sales videos and they ask for a refund does that mean:
            • This course is not good?
            • Somehow the price point is not correct?
            • If the individual can't comprehend what is being taught the course at fault?
            • If the individual can't comprehend what is being taught are they truly an Intermediate Marketer?
            • If the individual is an intermediate marketer can they walk away without at lease one gold nugget they can implement in their marketing strategy?
            Don't think so.

            Internet marketing takes work. Lots of it.... initially. Can you really work a 4 hour work week... Damn Straight. After you get your business built (multiple sales funnels) and all your staff trained properly.

            If you disagree... Keep Dreaming!
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            • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
              Originally Posted by BigGameHunter View Post

              Go back and re-read what I said very carefully. Never said I couldn't teach about how to make money in Real Estate. I said that an interview of me telling stories about making money in real estate and how I used Internet Marketing to sell the houses would not disclose my system (specific details).

              The reason I made this point was you were waiting for some interviews to listen to like that was going to make the difference in whether you made money or not.

              Hard to learn if you misread or don't comprehend a concept. Also, you will have an uphill battle when someone who has what you want is trying to help for free and you disagree with them. (Hummm see a pattern developing here)

              I spent the cost of this course ($299) on one theme... Optimize Press 2.0. It's not the only theme I paid for in my internet marketing tool box. Plus, a lot of my sales pages and landers are hard coded with html, css and php ( Dreamweaver & Photoshop ohh another $600 +).

              Does that make Optimize press a terrible theme because at this price point it doesn't do everything I need? Absolutely not, no more than it makes this beginners course bad at this price point.

              If you disagree and say "YES" then I rest my case.... Your a Dreamer!

              In Box Blueprint is a beginners list building course, no questions. If you follow the concepts you will make money (not overnight but over time). Anyone who knows basic list building would/should know that before purchasing (intermediate marketer). If an intermediate marketer purchases the course even after watching all the sales videos and they ask for a refund does that mean:

              Ok, fair enough!


              I wasn't saying the course was crap, only that it probably didn't offer much to seasoned marketers.

              Or was misleading to seasoned marketers!

              Or possibly had an excessive price tag!

              And as you were saying if the course or product has good things, then the cost is worth it, but if l spent this kind of money, then l would expect a step by step walkthrough of how the newbies made a quick thousand!

              I suppose that is what l am getting at, some IM don't have a lot of money, to throw around or time for that matter, so investing this into a course that is more for newbies, should be made clearer up front.


              Anyone could create a course saying you will become rich doing this, and then Google for the info, and put some walkthrough videos together, and overcharge for it.


              But what people want is gold nuggets or a step by step process on how to really do it!


              Especially if the price is high!!!! :rolleyes:

              The reason I made this point was you were waiting for some interviews to listen to like that was going to make the difference in whether you made money or not.
              Course, that is what we all want, especially if Anik dangles a carrot at the start!


              I have done other courses with "light bulb" moments, but from what others have said, not much light bulb moments in this course unless you seriously cough up or are a newbie.


              It all boils down to value for money!

              You will buy this, and eventhough you might know a fair amount of what is covered, will still consider this a good course since there is some good concepts here and there.

              A seasoned IM, will buy this, know most of it, and get a refund. Since their time is limited as well as bank balance.

              A newbie will love it!!!


              A seasoned IM, especially with that price tag expects gold nuggets! It is as simple as that!


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      • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
        Originally Posted by BigJScron View Post

        I bought Anik's Course,

        I also bought the 2 OTO's

        1st OTO: $297 - Access to software for building Opt in Pages, 6 Weeks of Training via webinar, 4 recordings of him taking the 5 students to profit in 24 hours (but he paid for their solo ads) and 3 more webinars where he builds a business in front of you.

        2nd OTO: Approx $30 - Monthly you get an Affiliate Niche in a box. Free report, affiliate links, Opt in templates, data, studies about your Niche

        Both covered by a 60 day money back guarantee

        Plus he gives away all sorts of unannounced bonuses, I have literally not had time to download them all never mind even look at them.

        Too bad the course is closed at the moment...

        Cheers
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        HE PAID FOR THE ADVERTISING!!!!

        Isn't that a bit dodgy! :rolleyes:

        Oh, well as long as he paid no more than half for the solo ad, it is probably acceptable.

        The first OTO sounds alright for newbie's, though! Eventhough pricy.

        Second OTO sounds alright as well, but he did give away most of this info, a while ago, so?

        Here is the link to that one, no doubt some of this info, is from this source.

        Which is fair enough, if you pay up and don't research it first, then you might pay for free info,?

        http://media.aniksingal.com.s3.amazo...ire-Report.pdf


        In contrast l have gone through the Rolerex one, and the first few videos have some great nuggets here and there, the second bonus lot, more or less goes over it again.

        This product has opened up some exciting doors for me, l am teeing up my first solo ad at the moment, so time will tell.


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        • Profile picture of the author Natters
          I have asked for my money back. I think generally all the info is good if you are new to IM. I am a newbie but much of the info I understand and therefore not necessary. I just feel uncomfortable about sending out daily emails as this is not my style, only personnel. Will be interesting to see who makes genuine money from this scheme. Am looking forward to some results being posted!
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          • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
            Originally Posted by Natters View Post

            I have asked for my money back. I think generally all the info is good if you are new to IM. I am a newbie but much of the info I understand and therefore not necessary. I just feel uncomfortable about sending out daily emails as this is not my style, only personnel. Will be interesting to see who makes genuine money from this scheme. Am looking forward to some results being posted!
            Yep, l have to admit that the Rodolex one, interview with the millionaire does the same thing.

            Only way to quickly recover his costs, with the "pay $200 for 300 clicks", and probably get $30 back in the sales funnel.

            One site that looked promising, turned out to be dodgy, or l would have to pay $450, so 20 customers would go to my offer. And this is the best result possible, with quality lists?

            Even if half bought, my offer l would still be a few hundred out!


            At this point in time apart from building a list yourself, is to pay a small fortune and a few months to a year later, make a profit!

            It is good info, and l haven't gone through the list, but it looks a bit iffy at this point. I may have to contact the creator?


            Least l didn't blow hundreds on Aniks one! :rolleyes:

            His reputation allows him to overcharge for mainly free info,.


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    Hi has anyone tried inbox blueprint?
    I have looked atthe sales video and it seems to be a very good product. I think it will be a winner!
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      This is as like as outdated course offered by various freelancers and companies.
      Huh? Care to elaborate please? Seems quite new and modern to me... Freelancers?
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