New here - Question about WSO

by b20ba
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Hi everyone,

I come from other forums where money making e-books aren't worth shit. They claim to show methods of earning hundreds a day, when everyone knows that in fact only newbies fall into this. But I was wondering, since this forum seems like a high-quality and reputable one, are the coaching and e-books on here worth it?

I find it pretty ironical that sellers are selling their WSO's to other Internet marketers using regular marketing techniques haha!

Thanks for your honest answers.
#question #wso
  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    They vary greatly. (As you'd expect, given their number?).

    Quite often, when people here think that most of the WSO's are crap and scammy (which someone will surely say, if the thread goes on for long enough), it's because they've been buying products here whose sales posts make either income claims or claims that there's almost no work involved.

    I've bought some very good WSO's, myself, over the years, but I don't buy products whose sales posts make either income claims or claims that there's almost no work involved, and I never have. That's just my personal preference, but it's certainly left me with a very different impression of the WSO Forum from the one many people here seem to have. (And income claims have no legitimate place at all in a professional marketplace, anyway?).

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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    Some are worthwhile.

    The only real way to judge:

    1. Has a person you trust purchased it? What do they say?
    2. Look at the forum replies. What do they say?

    (2) requires a bit more explanation. Keep in mind that some of those replies will be from friends. To make a sound judgement, you need a WSO with a great many reviews.

    I'm a big fan of the WSO model. The trouble is, the system is flawed. If it were me, me running the WSO section, I'd have an expert support staff to review new WSO offerings. If, for instance, a WSO about Domaining arrived that morning, then my domain experts would review the product. Does it pass review? Then release it.

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  • Profile picture of the author b20ba
    Thanks for your quick replies!

    My internet marketing journey won't rely on WSO's, but I will probably invest in one. I will be using your tips when looking for a profitable one! Since you've both bought some good WSO's, would you mind giving me some examples of the ones you felt were worth every penny? (can be through PMs)

    Also, a WSO that's got hundreds of reviews isn't too appealing to me, but that's just me. I feel like I'm not privileged and I could find it for free somewhere else if it's too public.

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by b20ba View Post

      Also, a WSO that's got hundreds of reviews isn't too appealing to me, but that's just me. I feel like I'm not privileged and I could find it for free somewhere else if it's too public.
      Well, this may be true ... but in those cases one is perhaps paying partly for the convenience of "not having to find it" (as is arguably true of much "online information")?

      I'm not interested in the number of reviews, myself. I'm interested in their quality.

      By "quality", in this context, I mean things like (a) who wrote them? (b) did they buy and pay for the product? (c) did they actually use it, or just download it and write a review straight away? (d) what were their results?

      There are some members nearly all of whose posts are in the WSO Forum, because they apparently spend all their time writing "reviews in exchange for a free copy" and have contributed little else to the forum. You might think that those reviews aren't worth reading at all, but I couldn't possibly comment.

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    • Profile picture of the author tudexo
      Originally Posted by b20ba View Post

      Thanks for your quick replies!

      My internet marketing journey won't rely on WSO's, but I will probably invest in one. I will be using your tips when looking for a profitable one! Since you've both bought some good WSO's, would you mind giving me some examples of the ones you felt were worth every penny? (can be through PMs)

      Also, a WSO that's got hundreds of reviews isn't too appealing to me, but that's just me. I feel like I'm not privileged and I could find it for free somewhere else if it's too public.

      Thanks
      A WSO is not going to make you rich. The knowledge followed by proper implementation is. Being involved with product creation we do hear clients telling us how some fence sitters complained about a method not being "newbie friendly" or over priced etc.

      The issue is most people who complain about WSOs think of WSOs as magic wands that can transform their lives the moment they hit the download button. Whn that doesn't happen they start complaining. You have understand that WSOs are not the property of Harry Potter and don't work as magic wands.

      Having said that some sellers here do like selling rehashed stuff. That's sad, but I personally feel the general attitude towards WSOs and other products has to change.
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  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    Hi,

    1. Do you know EXACTLY what you would like to learn?

    2. What business model do you wish to follow?

    3. Pick a reputable marketer with a PROVEN track record.

    4. Do they offer any REAL CASE studies that give you a real insight into
    any kind of money generating techniques and business models that actually
    work and stand the test of time?

    5. Do they offer a money back guarantee?

    6. If so, then you can always try before you buy.
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  • B20ba,

    Welcome to the Warrior Forum. To answer your question, of course based from my own experience in buying a few WSOs for the first two or so years after I became a member here:

    I mainly bought tools like WordPress plugins, desktop applications and Web-based software / scripts -- I generally found these tools quite useful during the time that my company and our clients had relevant campaigns that can further be improved with these tools;

    I just bought very few digital info products and 0 coaching offers -- The digital info products offered techniques and strategies relevant to our campaigns at that time, but I found very minimal value in the digital info products that I bought;

    A few WSOs were service offers, and I bought a few of these -- Some service providers were quite good, some decent, though there were others that were so-so; and

    I've never been scammed. I've almost never asked for refunds, except for two (or so) service providers who had problems responding to customers in a timely manner, and one or two tools that didn't work with my screen reader software...
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by b20ba View Post

    Hi everyone,

    I come from other forums where money making e-books aren't worth shit. They claim to show methods of earning hundreds a day, when everyone knows that in fact only newbies fall into this. But I was wondering, since this forum seems like a high-quality and reputable one, are the coaching and e-books on here worth it?

    I find it pretty ironical that sellers are selling their WSO's to other Internet marketers using regular marketing techniques haha!

    Thanks for your honest answers.

    Hello b20ba,
    There are some very worthwhile WSOs I have bought over the years. And a few that were really crap.

    But honestly most of the ones I purchased were very reasonably priced ,and I got at least a couple of things that really helped me out from them.


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  • Profile picture of the author techservice
    Originally Posted by b20ba View Post

    Hi everyone,

    But I was wondering, since this forum seems like a high-quality and reputable one, .
    lol, the WF is the worst forum on the net for get rich quick bizops but there are a few good wso's.
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    • Profile picture of the author b20ba
      Originally Posted by Big Energy View Post

      lol, the WF is the worst forum on the net for get rich quick bizops but there are a few good wso's.
      Obviously we won't find legit get rich quick bizops on here, it's an IM forum
      If I were looking for such methods, I'd be browsing the deepweb lol

      I am more into learning PPC/CPA via ads from a coach

      Once again, thanks for your time everyone!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kingshouse
    Originally Posted by b20ba View Post

    Hi everyone,

    I come from other forums where money making e-books aren't worth shit. They claim to show methods of earning hundreds a day, when everyone knows that in fact only newbies fall into this. But I was wondering, since this forum seems like a high-quality and reputable one, are the coaching and e-books on here worth it?

    I find it pretty ironical that sellers are selling their WSO's to other Internet marketers using regular marketing techniques haha!

    Thanks for your honest answers.
    It has to be said that people are genuinely making a lot of money on this forum. I don't mean selling hype either though some buyers just love it!

    Sadly though, a lot of people buy into the hype and buy stuff they can't even use. It sits on their hard drive collecting cyberdust.

    As long as people want to buy 'Google loopholes', 'push button traffic' 'send 3 emails and make $30k' then there will also be people selling that stuff but the fact remains that there are some really helpful WSO's sold here (I have bought some) and you would do good to find them out and USE them.

    Poo is worth something in certain places as it is used as manure.

    Will D Kingshouse
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