If you have a formula to earn $5,001 every 24 hours are you going to sell for $7

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Almost everyday I am receiving emails from WSO and other source, selling their so called money making formula.

If you find a formula, where you can earn 5,001 USD every 24 hours , are you willing to share it to public for only $7 per copy of the formula?

If I have this formula I will not sell it, instead I will leverage it. I will hire more staff , teach them what I did to earn that amount of money. And surely my earnings will tripled or even 10 times more.
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    Why wouldn't you?

    If you could add $5,000 a month to your existing income, even if you already make $20,000 a month on other ventures that is still a 25% increase in income.

    Who would say no to that????
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    • Profile picture of the author edpudol1973
      Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

      If you could add $5,000 a month to your existing income, even if you already make $20,000 a month on other ventures that is still a 25% increase in income.
      How about the saturation of the market? $7 dollar for a formula that will makes you $5000 in 24 hours?

      Some people are motivated by more than just money.
      If that is the case, I will not sell the formula. I will gather my friends, family, school mates, and acquittance and teach to them first what I discovered before letting other people knew it.
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      • Profile picture of the author onSubie
        Originally Posted by edpudol1973 View Post

        How about the saturation of the market? $7 dollar for a formula that will makes you $5000 in 24 hours?
        What market? I have yet to see a saturated market.

        Is the driveway paving market in your city saturated or could someone start a new paving company and with hard work and marketing start a successful driveway paving business?

        You don't think that their will be a hot new diet book out next year even though the "diet book" market seems saturated?

        Did you know they have whole schools dedicated to teach ONLY LAWYERS?

        Don't you think there are enough lawyers? Did you know that there are a huge number of lawyers out of work?



        If that is the case, I will not sell the formula. I will gather my friends, family, school mates, and acquittance and teach to them first what I discovered before letting other people knew it.
        What about another country where nobody has heard of "Action Yoga"?

        Don't you think you could start marketing "Action Yoga" in Spain and be successful?

        If you teach someone how to set up a successful franchise and teach them all the "secrets", how is their "autorepair" franchise going to compromise your "donut shop" franchise?


        It just doesn't seem like you are looking at the potential of other markets and ways to increase your income by expanding your influence into areas outside your own business.
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    • Profile picture of the author ebooksmaster
      Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

      Why wouldn't you?

      If you could add $5,000 a month to your existing income, even if you already make $20,000 a month on other ventures that is still a 25% increase in income.

      Who would say no to that????
      Exposing your money making formula creates competetion and the method will lose the effectiveness in a few months.
      If that extra 5k per month is going to spoil my 20k per month earning...i will never sell my method.(for 7$)
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      • Profile picture of the author onSubie
        Originally Posted by ebooksmaster View Post

        Exposing your money making formula creates competetion and the method will lose the effectiveness in a few months.
        If that extra 5k per month is going to spoil my 20k per month earning...i will never sell my method.(for 7$)
        You would have to demonstrate how that extra 5K per month would destroy your 20K per month business.

        Look at Eben Pagan. He made millions in the dating niche and then millions more teaching his marketing secrets in the IM niche.

        Often a saturated market or a closed market is kept that way artificially.

        Look at Uber. They are going after the local taxi market in many cities.

        Most cities heavily protect the taxi industry with licensing requirements and regulations.

        These are artificially saturated markets. They are only saturated because all the taxi licenses are taken and no more are available to new drivers.

        That does not mean there are not enough passengers to fill more cabs.

        Obviously if you have a very unique position that is profitable, you don't want to give away that position. But I think those cases are rare and you could still teach your methods without giving away corporate or proprietary secrets.

        My main objection to the OP (and it is common in many WF posts) is the whole premise starts from a very limited view of your own potential and the potential of other markets.

        Starting with such close-minded thinking will limit your ability to truly explore your (and your business) potential.
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      • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
        Originally Posted by ebooksmaster View Post

        Exposing your money making formula creates competetion and the method will lose the effectiveness in a few months.
        If that extra 5k per month is going to spoil my 20k per month earning...i will never sell my method.(for 7$)

        Instead you'll give it away in your free consulting?
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    • Profile picture of the author joseph7384
      Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

      Why wouldn't you?

      If you could add $5,000 a month to your existing income, even if you already make $20,000 a month on other ventures that is still a 25% increase in income.

      Who would say no to that????
      I don't know how you came up with the numbers above and I don't know if the OP'S numbers are hypothetical but $5000 a day equates to $150.000 a month, that's a 7 figure business a year so why on earth would he be willing to sell that for $7 when there are coaches selling junk for $2000+.

      For those who say that it will never get saturated, I say wake up and smell the coffee. Yes it's true that markets won't get saturated but methods do, just look at the previous SEO methods that no longer work because everyone and their sister including spammers and scammers who relentlessly abused that method.
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      • Profile picture of the author onSubie
        Originally Posted by joseph7384 View Post

        I don't know how you came up with the numbers above and I don't know if the OP'S numbers are hypothetical but $5000 a day equates to $150.000 a month, that's a 7 figure business a year so why on earth would he be willing to sell that for $7 when there are coaches selling junk for $2000+.

        For those who say that it will never get saturated, I say wake up and smell the coffee. Yes it's true that markets won't get saturated but methods do, just look at the previous SEO methods that no longer work because everyone and their sister including spammers and scammers who relentlessly abused that method.
        I assumed the OP was making a wild exaggerated point and the income was arbitrary.

        If you see something as a lead product for $7 I can assure you, it is likely the first step in a sales funnel to more expensive products and services.

        Changing SEO methods have nothing to do with saturation and everything to do with algorithms used by Google.

        If a method or market can become saturated then it isn't a "real" business.

        People said the Tee Spring market was saturated months ago.

        But I see new campaigns in new niches every day and when I go to the Tee Spring page there are 100's of sales.

        Last year everyone was copying each other and hitting sports teams and colleges. This year it seems people have discovered the Sci-Fi niche and now all the TeeSpring shirts I see are Star Wars/Star Trek and SciFi references:

        "Vulcan on the streets; Klingon in the sheets"

        Or shirts with the whole "Get a car, grab mum, kill Phil, pick up Liz and have a pint and wait for the whole thing to blow over" from Shawn of the Dead.

        I'll bet in 1982 a lot of people were saying the skateboard market was saturated...
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        • Profile picture of the author joseph7384
          Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

          I assumed the OP was making a wild exaggerated point and the income was arbitrary.

          If you see something as a lead product for $7 I can assure you, it is likely the first step in a sales funnel to more expensive products and services.

          Changing SEO methods have nothing to do with saturation and everything to do with algorithms used by Google.

          I know it's the front end of more expensive products but I still contend that if it were in fact legit, it wouldn't be sold for $7 because only the junk is sold for that low of price.

          As far as Google's algorithm updates, what do you think caused that, they only started doing that the last few years because of massive abuse.
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          • Profile picture of the author discrat
            Originally Posted by joseph7384 View Post

            but I still contend that if it were in fact legit, it wouldn't be sold for $7 because only the junk is sold for that low of price.
            This general statement is just NOT true.

            I can unequivocally attest to that from first hand experience.

            Check out a few of Alex Jeffrey products. He actually has 5k mastermind Sessions that he adds as a Bonus to several of his $9 Products. Full 3 hour Sessions and longer

            It is simply amazing and may not be fair to the people who paid the original 5K for the Session.

            But it definitely is Value for people paying $9


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            • Profile picture of the author joseph7384
              Originally Posted by discrat View Post

              This general statement is just NOT true.

              I can unequivocally attest to that from first hand experience.

              Check out a few of Alex Jeffrey products. He actually has 5k mastermind Sessions that he adds as a Bonus to several of his $9 Products. Full 3 hour Sessions and longer

              It is simply amazing and may not be fair to the people who paid the original 5K for the Session.

              But it definitely is Value for people paying $9


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              Yeah but he's not claiming that you'll make $5000 in 24 hours now is he.
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              • Profile picture of the author discrat
                Originally Posted by joseph7384 View Post

                Yeah but he's not claiming that you'll make $5000 in 24 hours now is he.
                No, of course not.

                But I was just pointing out that there is some damn good products for sale at $10 and below.

                Very 'legit' stuff
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            • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
              Nobody is selling a $5k per day plan for just $7. You'd have to be delusional to even consider the possibility of it happening.

              Originally Posted by discrat View Post

              He actually has 5k mastermind Sessions that he adds as a Bonus to several of his $9 Products. Full 3 hour Sessions and longer
              I know you are one of the gooroo worshipers, but come on..... doesn't common sense dictate that nobody is going to include a $5,000 anything for free with a $9 product? At what point do you realize that all of this is nonsense used to extract cash from stupid newbies???
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  • Profile picture of the author RichSerafini
    Much of it is hype - no doubt. However, there are some who are willing to share, especially if saturation is not an issue.
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  • Profile picture of the author bigballin6161
    NO you probably would not. Why would you want your method saturated?
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    My answer to this question will be yes,We should share our descovery to whole world.If its something that will effect my formula than I have to think for it else I would have shared or market it.
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  • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
    You don't have that formula so you really can't say what you would do with it.

    Some people are motivated by more than just money. Or they want to go in a different direction. Or they have made enough money and don't need more. Or they want to pay it forward...to really help people who are where they started and wish someone would have sold them this system for $7. Or they are completely full of shit.
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    • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
      Originally Posted by drewfioravanti View Post

      Some people are motivated by more than just money.
      THANK-YOU for saying this. I am a firm believer in "paying it forward."

      I'm certainly not bragging, as there are many people on this forum who make tons more than me, but I make a damn good living working from my sofa in my pajamas!

      The point is I have a job that I love and all in all I consider myself to be blessed.

      So a few months back I decided that I would teach my neighbor how to do what I do, as I saw that he had lost his job and was struggling to pay rent and keep his car.

      I taught him much of what I know, and that was 6 months ago. He now has a list of almost 8,000 subscribers and is making more than what he was making at his job!

      I'm writing about this because I want to tell you that seeing him happy every day and enjoying his life instead of tossing and turning all night wondering if he will have a roof over his head next month is one of the MOST FULFILLING feelings I have ever had in my entire life!

      I guess my point is that I don't think there is any benefit to keeping a successful method a secret. Why not share it and improve the lives of others?

      I think people have lost sight of how important it is to be kind to and help each other.

      So if you know how to make money and you see somebody struggling, HOOK THEM UP!
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      • Originally Posted by nicheblogger75 View Post

        THANK-YOU for saying this. I am a firm believer in "paying it forward."

        I'm certainly not bragging, as there are many people on this forum who make tons more than me, but I make a damn good living working from my sofa in my pajamas!

        The point is I have a job that I love and all in all I consider myself to be blessed.

        So a few months back I decided that I would teach my neighbor how to do what I do, as I saw that he had lost his job and was struggling to pay rent and keep his car.

        I taught him much of what I know, and that was 6 months ago. He now has a list of almost 8,000 subscribers and is making more than what he was making at his job!

        I'm writing about this because I want to tell you that seeing him happy every day and enjoying his life instead of tossing and turning all night wondering if he will have a roof over his head next month is one of the MOST FULFILLING feelings I have ever had in my entire life!

        I guess my point is that I don't think there is any benefit to keeping a successful method a secret. Why not share it and improve the lives of others?

        I think people have lost sight of how important it is to be kind to and help each other.

        So if you know how to make money and you see somebody struggling, HOOK THEM UP!
        Couldn't have said this better myself. The thrill of knowing that the friend you helped, either online or a neighbor, just made $1,000 bucks or building a business that is raking in big cash constantly online is extremely exciting.
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    The $7 is very cheap.... so increase the price.

    If you find a working formula, you can multiply the revenue for yourself, don't sell the formula. It is up to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author positivegirl
    Hi All, here what i think about this:

    1. To make more money, who here wants to make more money?
    2. to help people that is struggling and this seems to be a great reason!
    3. they know how to make that money but prefer to teach the method while their staff make money for him using the same method...
    4. to one on one coaching...
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    Yes and No.

    It depends on saturation levels.

    This is How I Operate

    When I have a high-paying method, with the potential to earn over 3-figures and above daily, the decision about selling that method is dependent on 2 factors:

    - What are the saturation levels, if any?
    - How long before saturation levels are reached, if ever?

    I'll give you an example.

    I'm quite happy to sell my blueprint for video marketing because, despite the income it generates, I'm not selling a system that can be saturated. It would be like me selling a blueprint for making money in the retail sector; saturation is a non-issue.

    Why Do You Sell?

    If a method can earn me $500 a day and it cannot be saturated, then why not sell it? Every dollar I earn from selling the method is a dollar I wouldn't have by keeping quiet.

    A BIG However

    In my experience, the majority of WSOs, eBooks, and coaches, do not deliver the goods. Being in the information business, as I am, it's a requisite part of the job to know as much information as I can. I actually have a team who's sole job is to find information and pass on the best of it to me for testing and, eventually, either my personal use or adding to my site. Very rarely do I find methods that live up to the hype, which is why I always get excited when I come across something great; because it rarely happens.

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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by edpudol1973 View Post

    Almost everyday I am receiving emails from WSO and other source, selling their so called money making formula.

    If you find a formula, where you can earn 5,001 USD every 24 hours , are you willing to share it to public for only $7 per copy of the formula?

    If I have this formula I will not sell it, instead I will leverage it. I will hire more staff , teach them what I did to earn that amount of money. And surely my earnings will tripled or even 10 times more.
    Granted, that many of these offers are just that: offers. It's up the individual to decide what's crap and what isn't. But that's not the point you were making, you were talking about not wanting to share a formula that works. I don't buy that line of thinking at all.

    People give away formulas that work all the time, some for free, some for $7 and some for $47 and some for $997 and more.

    I have a formula that set me free from my j.o.b. many, many years ago and it goes something like this (it's one of many formulas, but this one got me started):

    1. Find a hungry market, niche down and survey the niche to see what their most pressing issues are.

    2. Study the competition: in depth.

    3. Create a product or service or market someone else's or use a hybrid model by doing both, making sure you're doing at least one or two things better than the competition.

    4. Have a lead product, a loss leader, something that will get people through the door or the virtual door.

    5. Built a database of contacts (a.k.a. "a list"), whether it be e-mails, names, phone #s, mailing addresses for your post card or direct mail campaign, etc.

    6. Bring value, constantly.

    7. Market to your database forever.

    8. Yes, read #7, market to them forever as long as you bring value to the table.

    9. Test, test, test to find out what's working so you can eliminate stuff that isn't working and strive to beat your control group so you can increase your conversions.

    It took me about 18 months to really figure out the formula I just shared and probably another 12-24 months to really refine it to the point where I could apply it to nearly any niche and succeed in it.

    See? It's not that difficult to share a formula that works.

    The whole scarcity-thinking that one would never sell their formula to the public doesn't make any sense to me. If it's not something like the Coca Cola formula or KFC's secret recipe, then it doesn't make any sense (even so people will make knock offs, think of Pepsi and El Pollo Loco).

    It also boils down to opportunity cost as well.

    Take a look at the forex and stock markets. Someone comes out with a new trading system at least once a week. Some of them are crap, but some of them really do work if implemented correctly.

    You're also leaving out the obvious: there are some really cool entrepreneurs who literally get off in helping people. I'm in one such group right now where the person who leads this group gets a ton of joy of helping other entrepreneurs.

    Don't let scarcity-thinking ruin your day.

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    • Profile picture of the author edpudol1973
      Originally Posted by Rod Cortez View Post

      Don't let scarcity-thinking ruin your day.
      RoD
      Not at all .
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by edpudol1973 View Post

    Almost everyday I am receiving emails from WSO and other source, selling their so called money making formula.

    If you find a formula, where you can earn 5,001 USD every 24 hours , are you willing to share it to public for only $7 per copy of the formula?

    If I have this formula I will not sell it, instead I will leverage it. I will hire more staff , teach them what I did to earn that amount of money. And surely my earnings will tripled or even 10 times more.
    There are many million dollar marketers who do this exact thing.

    Mat Bacak, Alex Jeffreys, and Shawn Casey are a few who come to Mind.

    These guys make millions with their Systems and do actually sell a lot of their stuff for $8 and $9.

    Of course, many times when you buy these Introductory Products there are some more expensive Upsells.

    And they have One on One Coaching as well that runs into the thousands !

    But these initial products themselves ( at least from these particular guys) are really of high Value.

    The amount of Volume that they Pull with these $8 Products are amazing.

    It would be stupid for them NOT to capitalize off this.




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    • Profile picture of the author ej236
      Originally Posted by discrat View Post

      There are many million dollar marketers who do this exact thing.

      Mat Bacak, Alex Jeffreys, and Shawn Casey are a few who come to Mind.

      These guys make millions with their Systems and do actually sell a lot of their stuff for $8 and $9.

      Of course, many times when you buy these Introductory Products there are some more expensive Upsells.

      And they have One on One Coaching as well that runs into the thousands !

      But these initial products themselves ( at least from these particular guys) are really of high Value.

      The amount of Volume that they Pull with these $8 Products are amazing.

      It would be stupid for them NOT to capitalize off this.

      - Robert Andrew
      PLEASE don't mention those "marketers" names. Every time I see one of their names I want to do something so unspeakably bad I can't post it here.

      Anyone making $5000 a day would be a fool to sell their method for $7. Simply outsource and scale to make even more. Why create extra competition?
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      • Profile picture of the author Ardral
        Originally Posted by ej236 View Post

        PLEASE don't mention those "marketers" names. Every time I see one of their names I want to do something so unspeakably bad I can't post it here.

        Anyone making $5000 a day would be a fool to sell their method for $7. Simply outsource and scale to make even more. Why create extra competition?
        This "argument" of "why would they create extra competition for themselves" seems to only be spouted by people who are continuously looking to makes excuses for their own inaction.

        If you were living in a small town where you owned a marketing company and you then sold information on how to run a marketing company to someone else in that same town then, yes, you would have an argument. The internet isn't a small town with a limited population.

        /endofargument
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  • Profile picture of the author Dolpet
    if your formula is really good, why you sell in cheap price..
    if you think with your formula people can copy your methods and earning, good way if you do one by one for high price offer...
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  • Profile picture of the author Ardral
    Here's a possible reason, the person is looking to build their reputation in order to create an additional income stream for their business. The person then creates high ticket offers to people who he/she has built a relationship with.

    If you're the type of person to keep information to yourself, good for you, but others see a bigger picture with the growth potential for themselves and their online business.

    Market saturation is an overused term that is RARELY ever a real world issue. I assume those who do overuse the term do not really understand what it means.
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  • Profile picture of the author JakeStatler
    These guys aren't giving you the whole formula for $7.. they're selling you an in-depth overview of how all the pieces work together, and then they're upselling you on a step-by-step training that breaks down each piece of the formula. This $7 product is their tripwire product.
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    That's what's called a lead magnet.

    However, I see your point, and received the same spam email earlier. Me, personally... If I had a way to make 5K/day on auto pilot like the email suggests, then you can bet I wouldn't be giving that away. That equals out to 1.8 million a year... if anyone thinks they're going to make 1.8 million a year on auto pilot by buying a $7 WSO then you have a lot to learn.
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    • Profile picture of the author kilgore
      Three points:
      1. There is no such thing as a business "formula" -- there are business techniques and strategies, but you can't just buy a recipe of techniques, mix them together and expect to have a winning business. What works is very dependent on the business, the niche, the customers, the competition, timing and luck.
      2. There are very few techniques/methods that are secret, new or unique. Lots of people already know about them. Lots of people already do them. But knowing how to do something is very different than being able to implement something -- and doing something is very different from doing something well. It's not you some secret knowledge that is going to give you an edge over your competition -- it's your ability to execute.
      3. It's usually easier to scale an existing business than create a new one. For instance, it might take you two years to go from making nothing to $10,000 a month, but if your business model is solid it might only take you one year to go from making $10,000 a month to $20,000 a month and only six months to go from $20,000 a month to $30,000 a month. What this means is that people who move from proven, successful businesses into MMO are probably throwing money away. It's not that they won't make more money selling their methods than not selling their methods, but that they'd probably make even more using them. Creating and marketing these sorts of information products takes time -- time that could be spent on other profitable business activities.

      All that said, I'm not saying that these $7 WSOs aren't valuable. They may not contain a "secret forumula" for success, but that doesn't mean you can't learn from them. It's similar to buying a non-fiction book on just about anything, from history to software development.

      For instance, If I want to learn about George Washington, I could certainly visit the National Archives and the Library of Congress and pour through all the free historical information they have, but it's a lot easier and usually more rewarding to just buy a book about him. But when I read the book, I'm not expecting to find "secret" information about him; I'm looking for subject matter expertise, thoughtful analysis, solid research and engaging writing. And of course at the end of the book, I'd like to know a lot more about George Washington than I knew before -- and not have had to spend a lot of time pouring through a multitude of documents to learn it.

      Admittedly, I've never bought a WSO and probably never will. But if I did, I'd be looking for the same sorts of things in a WSO that I would in a history book: subject matter expertise, thoughtful analysis, solid research and engaging writing. I certainly wouldn't spend $7 (or even $7,000) and expect to have a foolproof business system.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    I probably would. First of all, any formula that can bring in $5,000 every 24 hours is probably not going to be very easy to do. On paper the formula might sound simple, but I bet the process of actually making it happen will be a lot more difficult or tedious than it sounds.

    Imagine how responsive your buyers list would be after selling a product that helped them make $5,000 in 24 hours. They would probably buy everything else you have to sell in the future without even reading the sales copy.

    I wouldn't care if the formula becomes saturated after awhile. There will always be a new formula or way of doing things.
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  • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
    Originally Posted by edpudol1973 View Post

    If I have this formula I will not sell it, instead I will leverage it. I will hire more staff , teach them what I did to earn that amount of money. And surely my earnings will tripled or even 10 times more.
    - Assuming it is something that can be leveraged.

    - You are also assuming there is some harm in sharing. If you know how to make $5000, put it in a report and then sell it and make another $5000, you're up $10k.

    What's the problem?

    The initial $5k may take a lot of work, and even more work to keep repeating. The report you only have to write once and then you have an asset which can be sold forever.

    - Hiring more staff. Also known as adding to your red tape, expenses, and potential headaches, lawsuits, etc.

    I'm not sure why this has to be a zero sum game.

    I frankly have no idea where the criticism of teachers comes from. If someone has something of value to offer there is immediate resistance with this mantra: why share it? Why not be a greedy sob and hoard it?

    Followed to its logical conclusion: that means you will only buy reports that are worthless, from people not knowing what they are talking about. What's the point in that?

    The ironic part of this is, especially on the Internet, there is a lot of transparency, websites can be reviewed, systems dissected. What if Apple had said, gee, ya know iTunes is going to be publicly available and everyone in the world can see it and try to copy it. So forget it. We'll just bag it. And the iPhone. And the iPad. Maybe the Internet should just shut down as a waste of time because people making money from their websites can easily be copied by others. What is Amazon thinking in warehousing products and publicly offering them online?

    And then it gets really ironic when we check the sig ... Soo, either your offer doesn't work, or maybe you should be hoarding it and only using it in-house?

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  • Profile picture of the author SingerNS
    i recently read an article about a guy who was living with his unemployed father in canada with barely any money to buy food, and all he dreamed about was to be on forbes list... now 20 years later he is very successfull guy with billions on his accounts. What he said was something like: i thought being rich will make me happy, but when i actually got rich i realised that i wasnt happy as i thought i will be. That is why he started helping other people get rich too...so as a conclusion if i had formula youre talking about i would sell it for7$ cause after all money doesn't buy happiness. Helping other people would give you satisfaction money cant give.
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  • Profile picture of the author Charmed Life
    Originally Posted by edpudol1973 View Post

    Almost everyday I am receiving emails from WSO and other source, selling their so called money making formula.

    If you find a formula, where you can earn 5,001 USD every 24 hours , are you willing to share it to public for only $7 per copy of the formula?

    If I have this formula I will not sell it, instead I will leverage it. I will hire more staff , teach them what I did to earn that amount of money. And surely my earnings will tripled or even 10 times more.
    First off, I've never bought a WSO, so I have no idea at all if they are selling "smoke and mirrors" or if they are genuine products. I would assume that as with most things, some are definitely worth the money and some are a complete waste of time where people are selling the "learn how I make money" products, when they actually just make money selling the "learn how I make money" products.

    Here's what I don't understand in your thinking - you seem to be assuming that all WSO's and all "cheap" products don't deliver, because no-one would be crazy enough to divulge/share their methods for succeeding on-line for such a low price. So either they are selling "smoke and mirrors", or are idiots for selling their methods/formulas for such a low price. Yet you've come to this forum, where people give away their knowledge for free (and spend a lot of time on here doing it), and theirs is the advice that you value.

    Do you see where your logic doesn't add up?!?!?!

    Some people simply like to help others and they also want to make a little money, so they sell their knowledge at a low/affordable price. Some people like to come here and share their knowledge for free and other people make money scamming others by selling "smoke and mirrors". Ultimately, it's your choice whether you spend $7 to find out if it's value for money or not. In the mean-time, you can come here and learn a huge amount from successful people for free, it just may take you hours/days/weeks to find the information that can help you, because you didn't want to spend $7 and have that information delivered to you in a quicker and easier manner
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  • Profile picture of the author Corey Taylor
    Originally Posted by edpudol1973 View Post

    Almost everyday I am receiving emails from WSO and other source, selling their so called money making formula.

    If you find a formula, where you can earn 5,001 USD every 24 hours , are you willing to share it to public for only $7 per copy of the formula?

    If I have this formula I will not sell it, instead I will leverage it. I will hire more staff , teach them what I did to earn that amount of money. And surely my earnings will tripled or even 10 times more.
    As you said, you will not sell it. Some others will sell it.

    It really depends on how easily it can get saturated.

    For example I am using some youtube methods that bring me lots of money, but it's not easily to get saturated, so why not help some people make money and in exchange I can make more money too?

    It's a win-win situation.

    There are always lies, I cannot agree to this, but there are some "goldies" out there that work.
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  • Profile picture of the author sirtiman
    Nothing wrong with selling $7 or not selling the formula. Just do it with good ways.
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    • Profile picture of the author eac113
      There can be a lot of chaff in some WSO's but sometimes one sentence, technique or resource can open up a flood of new ideas in your existing business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    This thread is a perfect example of the lack of basic marketing knowledge by the majority of "alleged" marketers.

    Marketing 101: The Loss Leader

    More importantly; most people will never do anything with the information so "saturation" is not an issue.

    About 10 years ago I bought a "no money down" course from one of the big real estate gurus. About a week later his assistant called to see how I was doing with the course. He told me 95% of people looked at the course, put it in a drawer and forgot about it.

    They were claiming something like $100K the first year and I believe it was possible, just not for me. The course was selling for about $90.
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Shook
      I suspect that many times, the reality is that the seller "made" that much money, and is no longer doing so. The secret is used up, the loophole closed, the market flooded with so much competition that it does not make financial sense to put alot of effort into the business.

      And now it is time to use the track record to sell licenses to the product to other people and move on.
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