Model This Non Hype Filled Affiliate Bonus Strategy To Find Success

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If you've bought a wso or two, you already know how hype filled and scammy some of those sales pages seem, right?

Well, I can tell you from first hand experience that the only folks making money from those things are the product creators and their affiliates.

There are never enough success stories from these things to warrant long term success.

When the WSO falls off the first page...they've got to be bumped, and it's only worth bumping if each successive bump is profitable meaning...

For every $20 (or whatever price it happens to be by the time you're reading this) bump, the sales had better break even or make a profit in order to make the post worth it.

The other thing these low priced, hype filled sales page tend to play on are people's hopes, dreams, greed and desires.

Now...there's nothing wrong with that necessarily, but there seems to be a sort of disconnect between what's being sold, the price that it's being sold at, and the delivery.

It seems like most of the promotions are "push button riches" type promises.

There is usually very little substance behind the offer...generally.

If you want to see what a REAL WORLD, top notch, non hypey, ultra value filled bonus affiliate bonus offer to a main offer looks like then you MUST click and visit the following link:

8 Weeks of Business Training and 365 Days of Support: Now Available : The Art of Non-Conformity (I'm not an affiliate...just a fan).

This guy cares about his customers, has real world, verifiable case study data to back up his claims, and the price points command intrigue.

If you want to get out of the toxic waste dump of shiney object syndrome you MUST model success.

This is one way to do it.

If you're struggling to make a living online, then you must FIRST focus on getting income coming in, while concurrently working on adding value to the world by allowing your passion to converge with what others care about.

Though there are a number of ways to make it happen, if you want to see what a freaking kick butt offer looks like that is an avalanche value driven by value protected scarcity then you would do well to model what you learn from the link listed above.

I hope you found this valuable and would love to hear your thoughts.

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Los
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  • Profile picture of the author RealCasher
    Some WSOs claiming to make $1000/day and they sell it for $10

    When will they make really $1000 a day? (When they sell that WSO 100 times a day)
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    • Profile picture of the author gluckspilz
      Originally Posted by RealCasher View Post

      Some WSOs claiming to make $1000/day and they sell it for $10

      When will they make really $1000 a day? (When they sell that WSO 100 times a day)
      I never understand these kind of statements...

      If someone was actually making $1,000 a day, what is wrong with them spending a couple of hours putting together a product and launch it to make more money and build themselves a nice buyers list?

      According to your theory, Tony Robbins should be staying at home in his room giving himself his own speech. Because why help others when he can help himself?

      It's just silly.

      Oh, on another note. Some people complain that some products are so expensive regardless of how quality it is.

      At the end of the day, my only advice is just focus on making money, that's it!
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      • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
        Originally Posted by gluckspilz View Post

        I never understand these kind of statements...

        If someone was actually making $1,000 a day, what is wrong with them spending a couple of hours putting together a product and launch it to make more money and build themselves a nice buyers list?

        According to your theory, Tony Robbins should be staying at home in his room giving himself his own speech. Because why help others when he can help himself?

        It's just silly.

        Oh, on another note. Some people complain that some products are so expensive regardless of how quality it is.

        At the end of the day, my only advice is just focus on making money, that's it!
        I agree with this.

        Some people just think IM's are just people who will do anything to make a quick buck, and if they make $1000 with some method they shouldn't create a product teaching other people to do the same.

        But then again, it requires to put in some effort usually to achieve the same, which is where many people fail and then you get these kind of reactions.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by RealCasher View Post

      Some WSOs claiming to make $1000/day and they sell it for $10

      When will they make really $1000 a day? (When they sell that WSO 100 times a day)

      I know Alex Jeffreys sells his $2,000 Webinars for under $10 on Warrior+.

      Incredible stuff.

      Although I am not sure how I would feel if I was one of the people who paid for the Webinar



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  • Profile picture of the author focusedlife
    @RealCasher - Which is why I follow folks like Dennis Becker - he's teaching folks how to make...$5 a day.

    That's realistic.

    Realistic means most people can see themselves doing it.

    But...I suppose not a lot of folks necessarily want realistic.

    They want push button.

    They want to be willfully ignorant.

    Skepticism coexists with a want to believe the improbable.

    That's exactly why these offers persist...in any market.

    Stick with doable, conceivable, probable, and short term achievable and you'll build a base of raving fans, right?

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  • Profile picture of the author pertinax
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    There always will be newbies who want to spend a few bucks for "get rich quick" products.
    The "Make money online" business is a giant bubble...
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    • Profile picture of the author RealCasher
      Originally Posted by focusedlife View Post

      @RealCasher - Which is why I follow folks like Dennis Becker - he's teaching folks how to make...$5 a day.

      That's realistic.

      Realistic means most people can see themselves doing it.

      But...I suppose not a lot of folks necessarily want realistic.

      They want push button.

      They want to be willfully ignorant.

      Skepticism coexists with a want to believe the improbable.

      That's exactly why these offers persist...in any market.

      Stick with doable, conceivable, probable, and short term achievable and you'll build a base of raving fans, right?

      Los
      Remember that most people are lazy, they want to get stinky rich doing nothing (or maybe pushing 5 buttons a day) ...

      Originally Posted by pertinax View Post

      There always will be newbies who want to spend a few bucks for "get rich quick" products.
      The "Make money online" business is a giant bubble...
      That's true, and that's why they say 95% of IMers fail. Because they keep losing money chasing (click 5 buttons and get rich) til they get discouraged and quit leaving the field to experienced IMers who know that MMO isn't as easy as it seem.
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      • Originally Posted by RealCasher View Post

        Remember that most people are lazy, they want to get stinky rich doing nothing (or maybe pushing 5 buttons a day) ...



        That's true, and that's why they say 95% of IMers fail. Because they keep losing money chasing (click 5 buttons and get rich) til they get discouraged and quit leaving the field to experienced IMers who know that MMO isn't as easy as it seem.
        Pushing 5 buttons a day?? Are you crazy that's to much work for the 99%
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  • Profile picture of the author focusedlife
    I realize that there are literally so many ways to do this, however, I simply enjoy the way Chris did it in the above example.

    There really is no right or wrong way, but I do believe there are different degrees of difficulty to this.

    Short term wins at the expense of long term retention is the fastest way to reputation ruin.

    Why burn people to make a quick buck?

    On the flip side...if you're hurting for money then I suppose I might empathize, however, it's a slippery slope.

    IMO.

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  • Profile picture of the author Olavski
    I have seen systems sayin' they make 5 billion a month with a "push of a button". Off course this is complete BS. But there are always people who actually somehow believe it and buy the product.
    I think when your pitch is good, it doesn't really matter what you're selling, people will buy.

    The question is though, do you want to make people believe they are going to make a quick buck and then just tell them the basics of affiliate marketing... I wouldn't.
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    • Profile picture of the author focusedlife
      Originally Posted by Olavski View Post

      The question is though, do you want to make people believe they are going to make a quick buck and then just tell them the basics of affiliate marketing... I wouldn't.
      I would not, either.

      That's the quickest way to get roasted on the stake, make a terrible name for yourself and to quickly disable to make money in the....make money online niche, lol.

      Pun intended.

      Hype attracts hypey aka irrational type buyers.

      Be careful what you're trying to attract...you just might get it and a worse bargain than you were hoping for.

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