I want to buy SENUKe and UAW from you!

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I am looking to sign up for these two programs today.

Do you want to get $60+ a month recurring?

Tell me why I should order these two programs under you.

If you want to cut a special deal then no problem, just compel me!

WF4Life!

(note, you have until 1PM EST to sell me on you, otherwise the developers get all my hard earned money!)
#buy #senuke #uaw
  • Profile picture of the author JoMo
    If you are a content/article marketer, then SENuke will save you days worth of time. I can do several days worth or content creation and submission in a matter of a few hours. The article spinner is the best I have worked with, and it integrates perfectly into the rest of the process.

    Everything is automated now. With just a few clicks you can setup new accounts for everything from web 2.0 sites and social network sites to video sites and RSS sites. They just in one of the last patches added auto captcha solving! They actually have a team of guys (not a hacky software program) round the clock that fill out the captcha forms when they show up.

    The software is also multi threaded, so you can have multiple browser windows open at once submitting content. This just makes it go even faster. I have seen them doing as many as 12 at a time, but I like to keep it to 4 or 6 windows. If you want to add more you just click on the add window button even while the submission are taking place.

    The software is constantly being updated. It seems that when problem comes up that the designers are quick to get on it, and they actually care about their product. So far it has been worth the monthly price. I highly recommend it. BUT you should know what you are doing when it comes to content marketing! If you are a total noobie to this, then you should spend a couple months getting to know how it all works before you try out the program.


    -joel
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  • Profile picture of the author allthesp
    Ok, someone isn't interested in the commissions!

    To Joel- No offense, but the whole idea that internet marketing is difficult is a load of junk. I might be a little biased, but I must admit it seems one of the major flaws of the WF is over warnings. Let people crash and burn, and if someone asks a direct question answer it instead of yanking sales copy and adding a "buyer beware" bit at the end.

    You gave your two cents, and I just gave mine. Thanks for the post.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
      If you are going to try to offer a rebuttal to any post that someone tries to "convince" you with, just give your money to the developer.
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      • Profile picture of the author RMC
        Give it to me, mostly because I'm awesome.

        And because I will probably use that to fuel my frequenting Vegas fund.

        And if you swear on your life you never tell anyone I will give you my super top secret SEO tool and recipe that puts me on #1 beating out massive retail operations, which would compliment nicely. (as in you're signing a confidentiality agreement, and a non-compete to learn this information good)

        Or just skip the legal business and just pick me. Your call.
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        • Profile picture of the author netkickstart
          Hmmm... You already know you want the product, and you know where to get it. Why deprive the developer of the full sale? The affiliate would seem to be in name only as s/he had not introduced you to the product nor really done any convincing. I guess it's no different than bonus hunting on Google. I don't know. <shrug>
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          • Profile picture of the author allthesp
            Excellent point, however it is through the various affiliates that generally the products are advertised. I originally learned from an affiliated about them, learned more about them, and so on.

            All of these influences however have gone unnoticed. It is important to remember the affiliates who work in promoting these products (I would say). If I could fine "the article" that convinced me to go with one, then I would use them, however it has been a multitude.

            Although I must say SENuke does have a very nice sales page...
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            • Profile picture of the author allthesp
              Ok, just got a PM from someone that did a great job explaining it.

              Thanks everyone!

              Edit to Cdarkalot- That is a very good point. I would say that is especially true with like BMD who offer continued support for their one-time products.
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      • Profile picture of the author allthesp
        Edit- Thanks for the valuable comment Jeremy. I am sure someone might find it useful. However the intent is to add value to Warriorforums, instead of leeching from the community. Therefore I am offering something that other's can use. JoMo's post was in my eyes offtopic because it didn't have any relevancy to my OP. Please reread it if there are any misunderstandings.

        Thank you RMC for actually making an attempt to understand the topic. Please send your referral links and I will consider your well written, on topic response.

        Thanks again.
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Give your money to the developers. After all, they convinced that multitude of affiliates.

    Developers get screwed a lot. They don't get a dime for their work until all the hard stuff is done, and then people try to argue that they should get a discount because all the hard stuff is already done. Just order directly, and let the developers have a couple extra bucks. It's not like they don't deserve it.
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  • Profile picture of the author RMC
    Consider that the affiliate might also be providing a value added service, thus creating a more satisfied customer, and increasing customer retention, and actually making the developer more money than not having affiliates.

    You have affiliates because they do what you can't afford to, or have time to do.

    And for all you aspiring affiliate marketers, seek to add real value to the transaction and the customer experience, and you'll make a whole lot more sales, with less refunds.
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    • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
      Originally Posted by RMC View Post

      Consider that the affiliate might also be providing a value added service, thus creating a more satisfied customer, and increasing customer retention, and actually making the developer more money than not having affiliates.
      I don't have any problem with someone being an affiliate and making their commission. I don't have any problem with that affiliate going to an obviously motivated customer and making the sale. I don't even have any problem with the customer going out and looking for an affiliate.

      What I have a problem with is developers not getting the money they deserve. When someone says "sell me on these products or I will give money to the developer," it sounds like giving money to the developers is somehow a bad thing.

      That attitude is why freelance software development pays crap, which is why so many excellent programmers end up working in corporate sweatshops until every last bit of creativity and originality has been destroyed.

      The world, and everyone in it, is poorer for that.

      There's nothing wrong with where the money goes. It's the attitude that it certainly shouldn't go to the developers which bothers me.
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      "The Golden Town is the Golden Town no longer. They have sold their pillars for brass and their temples for money, they have made coins out of their golden doors. It is become a dark town full of trouble, there is no ease in its streets, beauty has left it and the old songs are gone." - Lord Dunsany, The Messengers
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  • Profile picture of the author imran.qureshi
    The next time when i want to sign up for any x y z service. It will be a good idea to do start a thread just like this one
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