Who are the best internet marketers?

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Personally I like Neil Patel for Content Marketing, Brian Dean for traffic and Rand Fishkin for SEO. I also read a lot of Matthew Woodward for general Internet Marketing/Affiliate Marketing.

As for copywriting I def would go with the legendary Gary Halbert.

For general marketing I really like Seth Godin.

Who is/are your favorite Internet Marketers?
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanJohnson1
    A lot of the best internet marketers in the world...you won't ever know their names because they are the behind the scenes guys for the "pretty faces, and big names"
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    It's really impossible to know, isn't it?

    To me, the best marketers should be gauged by their performance. How much money they have netted online would be one test of their performance.

    No doubt you have named some of the most popular "big names" in marketing . . . but IMO, "most popular" or most widely followed shouldn't be confused with "the best."

    My guess is, the guys that are really making the most money don't want to be "gurus" and would just as soon stay out of the limelight. They don't depend on making their money from other marketers as those you've named do.

    I'm not trying to be contrarian necessarily, but really, isn't it performance we're after rather than popularity in naming "the best"?

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    • Profile picture of the author dansilvestre
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      It's really impossible to know, isn't it?

      To me, the best marketers should be gauged by their performance. How much money they have netted online would be one test of their performance.

      No doubt you have named some of the most popular "big names" in marketing . . . but IMO, "most popular" or most widely followed shouldn't be confused with "the best."

      My guess is, the guys that are really making the most money don't want to be "gurus" and would just as soon stay out of the limelight. They don't depend on making their money from other marketers as those you've named do.

      I'm not trying to be contrarian necessarily, but really, isn't it performance we're after rather than popularity in naming "the best"?

      Steve
      I see your point Steve and it's quite a fair one. Suggestions aren't necessarily the 'best' ones because that is quite hard to define but it's just those I like myself.

      I like reading their stuff, browsing their videos and so on and learn a lot from them and then put that into practice.

      I guess 'most popular' would be more appropriate
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  • Profile picture of the author danieldesai
    Originally Posted by dansilvestre View Post

    Who is/are your favorite Internet Marketers?
    Hmm, as you asked who are my favorite marketers I can give some answers here (as opposed to figuring out who's the "best").

    Jon Morrow - founder of SmartBlogger.com

    Stefan Pylarinos - from Project Life Mastery

    Ben Settle (email marketing Dark Lord)

    Frank Kern (especially from his beach-bum persona days - I found him so entertaining)

    And yes, I also like Neil Patel.

    Regards,
    Daniel
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    • Profile picture of the author dansilvestre
      Originally Posted by danieldesai View Post

      Hmm, as you asked who are my favorite marketers I can give some answers here (as opposed to figuring out who's the "best").

      Jon Morrow - founder of SmartBlogger.com

      Stefan Pylarinos - from Project Life Mastery

      Ben Settle (email marketing Dark Lord)

      Frank Kern (especially from his beach-bum persona days - I found him so entertaining)

      And yes, I also like Neil Patel.

      Regards,
      Daniel
      I also like Jon Morrow and a huge fan of Frank Kern, probably one of the first guys I got introduced to when starting my IM journey (along with Yaro Starak)
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    • Profile picture of the author Bloggerscampus
      Originally Posted by danieldesai View Post

      Hmm, as you asked who are my favorite marketers I can give some answers here (as opposed to figuring out who's the "best").

      Jon Morrow - founder of SmartBlogger.com

      Stefan Pylarinos - from Project Life Mastery

      Ben Settle (email marketing Dark Lord)

      Frank Kern (especially from his beach-bum persona days - I found him so entertaining)

      And yes, I also like Neil Patel.

      Regards,
      Daniel
      You mentioned all the favorite names of mine here. I can give you some Indian name here.
      Harsh Agarwal of Shoutmeloud.com
      Jitendra Vaswani of Bloggersideas.com
      Kulwant Nagi of Bloggingcage.com
      They all are my favorite also.
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  • Profile picture of the author kylemccartney
    There are many, but if you want to get specific, I can break it down for you by topic. These guys are the best, in my honest opinion.

    Email Marketing: Andre Chaperon, Ben Settle and Chuck Mullaney

    Traffic and conversion: Vick Strizheus, Ryan Deiss

    SEO: Alex Becker

    Copywriting: John Carlton and Gary Halbert

    Anything with Content Marketing: Neil Patel

    Anything with E-Commerce: Adrian Morrison and Ricky Mataka

    When it comes to sales funnels: Todd Brown

    Product Launches: Jeff Walker

    And the the most influential marketers as a whole: Mark Joyner, Rich Schefren, Frank Kern and Dan Kennedy.

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    • Profile picture of the author dansilvestre
      Originally Posted by kylemccartney View Post

      There are many, but if you want to get specific, I can break it down for you by topic. These guys are the best, in my honest opinion.

      Email Marketing: Andre Chaperon, Ben Settle and Chuck Mullaney

      Traffic and conversion: Vick Strizheus, Ryan Deiss

      SEO: Alex Becker

      Copywriting: John Carlton and Gary Halbert

      Anything with Content Marketing: Neil Patel

      Anything with E-Commerce: Adrian Morrison and Ricky Mataka

      When it comes to sales funnels: Todd Brown

      Product Launches: Jeff Walker

      And the the most influential marketers as a whole: Mark Joyner, Rich Schefren, Frank Kern and Dan Kennedy.

      Hey there,

      Welcome to the forum! It's great to have your first post as a reply

      Ryan Deiss is a champ as well, how could I forget that?!?

      And I started following Alex Becker a couple of months ago and love his video content, so relaxed and easy to follow
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  • Profile picture of the author Profit Traveler
    I guess I love different people for different reasons.

    The creator of this forum would be on the list. Allen Says.

    The creator of Plenty of Fish creating a free website and making millions on the ads.

    Zuckerburg for never allowing staleness to set in.

    Also anyone these days that can get me to open a marketing email knowing what is waiting on the inside.

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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    I think the best internet marketers are the marketers we never heard of . Most of the people spoken of are people that sell Internet Marketing Products and services, But there are people out there that go about there business and never sell a MMO product. Those are the people I would really like to find

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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    I think there's different ways to define "best" in this context. The "best" could be defined as those that made the most money online, which would mean the Google guys, Bezos, Zuckerberg, etc.

    However, most of us are probably most interested in who are the best teachers of IM. This reminds me a bit of the poker author David Sklansky. He's criticized because he's never won the biggest tournaments. But IMO, while he may not be the best poker player in the world, he is the best teacher of poker. Maybe he's better at explaining things or more willing to share his concepts, but whatever it is he's a great teacher.

    Teaching and coaching is a talent in itself and because one is successful in a certain area doesn't mean they're a better teacher. I would rather have Michael Jordan play for my team, but I'd rather have John Wooden coach my team.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
    I'd only put someone on a pedestal if I were in the business of pedestals.

    I like to pay more attention to the methods and activities of large corporations on the Internet who make use of culminating minds which to reach solutions.

    In a nutshell; effective strategies, not personas.
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  • Profile picture of the author onlineworker11
    There are so many great marketers to choose from. But as motivational speaker and so on I like Tony Robbins. Other great marketers I like are Anji Long and Ben Martin
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Settles grew on me overtime. Good stuff.I don't read everyone of his emails.A lot are the same. But still puts out some ingenious ones
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    Frank Kern is the MAN! I love his stuff...and have probably watched ALL of his videos. Another dude I like a lot is Ryan Deiss, and Andre Chaperon just to name a few.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Schwab
    Is Allen Says still writing books?

    or what is he up to after he left this place?
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  • Profile picture of the author toysoldier80
    There are many favorites. Tough to gauge and pinpoint just one or 2. I would suggest the ones showing up on the first and second pages of google and bing for the respective categories.
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  • Profile picture of the author pankja
    My favorite internet marketer is Vick strizehous.
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    • Profile picture of the author George Schwab
      Vick?

      did he ever do anything for the community?

      how about guys that came out of warriors and went BIG?


      Jason Parker

      my kind a guy
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  • Profile picture of the author Alastair Hayward
    There are so many so called gurus online these days it would take you a considerable amount of time to research them and know who they are.

    Some of the early pioneers

    Derek Gehl
    Frank Kern,
    Eben Pagan,
    Ewen Chia
    John Chow
    Jeff Walker
    Mike Filsaime
    Stephen Pierce
    Yanik Silver
    Dean Holland
    Jeffrey Lant
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  • Profile picture of the author rochelle23
    I think you said it perfectly. I actually got a hold of Gary Halberts, Key West College of Millionaires and many of the principles still ring true today.

    However!!!!!! I've learned nowadays you have to be the top expert marketer.

    You have to be willing to dissect the most successful marketing websites or any successful website for that matter and spy on everything their doing, where their doing and how their doing it.

    Following their blogs is great, however it only shows a small portion of what is really needed.

    Because at the end of the day you will only be a good marketer if you learn directly from the source which is through Google's webmaster guides, forum and guidelines.

    Also conducting your hands on split testing to see what works and what does not will always be your best marketing resource.
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    • Profile picture of the author George Schwab
      Originally Posted by rochelle23 View Post

      I think you said it perfectly. I actually got a hold of Gary Halberts, Key West College of Millionaires and many of the principles still ring true today.
      Wow, what reminds me of Gary was the only top guy I had a personal relationship with.

      I send him some tips, and he actually implemented it. I sort of liked him so much, he made me the
      "corrector" of his website mistakes. Sorry to see him go, he was one of the really good guys.
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  • Profile picture of the author CityCowboy
    I like Simolife (he made over 300k from ClickBank alone!)

    I think this guy is one of the best! WHY? First, he is NOT In the business of selling products to other marketers... He Is a master of CPA and Affiliate Marketing, (he made over 300k from ClickBank alone!).
    There are a lot of other Internet marketers like him who make A Lot of money, but without know them, because they don't want to be seen as '' gurus'', they prefer staying out of the limelight, Instead of others who do everything to become famous.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaidAllDay
    The best active marketers in the IM crowd in my opinion are:

    Mo Miah and John Gibb
    Peter Garety
    Alex Becker
    Devin Zander
    Precious Ngwu
    Sam Bakker
    Neil Napier

    I won't say you will learn the most, but they earn the most!

    And you could earn good money as an affiliate for them.

    Yes, I know these aren't the top vendors but in my opinion
    they know the most about conversions, EPC, funnels etc...

    Some highly successful vendors on JV Zoo only have one big
    product because they're great software developers or they are
    known for high end courses but not consistently like these guys.

    In other words they might not know the formula like the people on my list.
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  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    My favorite internet marketers are:

    -Marlon Sanders
    -Ryan Diess
    -Frank Kern
    -Matthew Woodward
    -Willie Crawford
    -Stephen Pierce
    -Joel Comm
    -Barb Ling
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by tyronne78 View Post

      My favorite internet marketers are:

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      -Willie Crawford
      Always a joy to have Willie come on here. He use to frequently. I wish he would come back to share some of that Wisdom.
      Too many haters scaring him off
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  • Profile picture of the author amalrichard
    I am really Immpressed with Big Idea Mastermind Vick's Teaching and his style of work.

    Also Google Sniper George is also a Good Internet Marketer.
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    • Profile picture of the author infogenius
      I have had to learn one or two marketing lessons from the likes of
      Ewen Chia - when I needed a footing
      Derek Gehl (where is this guy?)
      Joel Comm { adsense)
      And some of others to many to mention.

      But as I matured in marketing, these two marketers have really influenced my marketing growth

      Frank Kern - I really love this guy. Does his things differently and uniquely. Copyrighting skills learnt from him.

      Kim Roach - Lovely Kim. The wisdom from a mail she sent to me titled Aaarrrgh! talking of "one page model" netted me over 150k in 3 weeks.
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  • Profile picture of the author TenaciousGrease
    I like:

    Anik Singal
    Jeff Lenney
    Kelly Felix
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    If you're a marketer, put your name at the top of your own list.

    ...Because you've got something the others haven't.. you've got your own USP and if you're rocking things the right way, your clients probably won't give two-hoots about anyone else, cause you're the guy they call when they want the dough to rain.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexis Gil
    Thanks for this list. I don't know all of them yet, but I like Matthew Woodward's blog. Always very detailed and interesting.
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    Stefan Pylarinos - from Project Life Mastery.
    The best that I've seen.
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  • Profile picture of the author seogurus
    I am the best Internet Marketer.

    End of thread.

    Haha but seriously, I think anyone that is making a full time income solely as an IM'er is high up there in my books.
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  • Profile picture of the author rodonet
    How come no one mentioned Jimmy D. Brown? His stuff is pure gold.
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  • Profile picture of the author hynds
    There're many good guys out there in this market, I don't know who is the best. Maybe someone will be best in specific niches as he's strongest.
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  • Profile picture of the author DavePalermo
    I gotta give props to Frank Kern.
    Out of everything I've ever bought and downloaded, His stuff is the most expensive and the most thorough.

    You get what you pay for....
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by DavePalermo View Post

      I gotta give props to Frank Kern.
      Out of everything I've ever bought and downloaded, His stuff is the most expensive and the most thorough.

      You get what you pay for....
      Yep, as I have said here recently he has really impressed a "doubter" here.

      Really excellent stuff. Can't say enough good things that I have seen lately with him

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  • Profile picture of the author euginus
    You don't know what you don't know. There are many top Internet marketers out there that we don't know simply because, they maintain a reserved lifestyle. However, any marketer willing to share his knowledge with newbies is among the best for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    Ben Settle - Email Copywriting
    Matthew Woodward - Affiliate/Internet Marketing
    Charles Floate - SEO
    Jon Loomer - Facebook PPC
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  • Profile picture of the author ContentQueen1
    +1 for Neil Patel
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  • Profile picture of the author BabyBan1974
    There are so many marketers but they best ones that actually worked for me and I've actually made money with are Russell Brunson, Sam Bakker, Ace Reddy, John Reese, and some of Ryan Deiss stuff
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  • Profile picture of the author cscarpero
    I like a lot of Ryan Deiss's stuff and I also follow a lot of what Russell Brunson does as well. Pat Flynn is solid as well.

    I also follow a guy named Brent Weaver for local agency marketing.

    I find most marketers boring and self centered and have deleted myself from most lists over the years though.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    I learned a lot from Eric Louviere and Sean Mize. They're both warrior forum members who have shared a lot of value here on this forum and on their sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Trey Morgan View Post

      I learned a lot from Eric Louviere and Sean Mize. They're both warrior forum members who have shared a lot of value here on this forum and on their sites.
      Yep Eric is the real deal. For some reason he always gets the Haters coming out when ever he Posts here.

      And Haters who are long time members. Weird.

      I guess he got tired of it and does not come back hardly anymore
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    Ryan Deiss

    Anik Singal

    Patric Chan

    Matthew Woodward
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    1. Dan Kenndedy
    2. Eben Pagan and Frank Kern
    3. Jay Abraham
    4. Rich Schefren
    5. Brendon Buchard
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    Jimmy D. Brown - My hero.

    Master of small report creation, email marketing,
    membership sites and information marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Arfan Saddiq
    There are many out there here are a few i would recommend people who have been there and got the t shirt.

    Anik Singal

    Ryan Deiss

    Russell Brunson

    Frank Kern

    Arfan Saddiq ok maybe not yet
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  • Profile picture of the author swamuluk
    My top 5 folks are:

    1. Aleh Barysevich - founder of Link-Assistant.Com (SEO PowerSuite software house) - it's the person I work with and talk to almost every day, his passion, his love to SEO inspires me, gives me a reason to work like it's the only opportunity to live a happy life.

    2.Rand Fishkin - ex Mox.com CEO - Rand is a tremendous blogger, a nice person and the person who grew SEO Moz (now Moz) and made it an awesome company

    3.Brian Clark - CEO and blogger at Copyblogger, I enjoy reading his posts and am admired by a great and pure desire to share everything and anything what Brian knows on content marketing and blogging.

    4.Mark Traphagen - Mark is probably one of the very few experts on Google+, AuthorRank, social SEO and the like. He is definitely the person who creates unique and valuable content. Some of his posts can be found here: Posts by Mark Traphagen

    5. Bill Slawski - Bill is a true expert in Google patents, he does a huge favor for the whole industry because he explains all those technical and complicated things so that anyone could understand them and also comes up with fresh analysis. His blog is SEO by the Sea
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    • Profile picture of the author Randy McLean
      One of the first marketers I started following at first was Jim Daniels of Bizweb2000.com

      He's one of the pioneers and has been online since 2006. I am sure he has seen everything under the sun being marketed and he still makes his living online.

      His product sales pages lack the fancy hype that we see more and more today but his information is solid. And he actually cares about his customers.

      I also follow list builders who represent the typical average person but make a full time income online as well. Guys like Paul Nicholls and Brendan Mace.

      I find I can look up to guys like this because they give you hope. You don't need to make a ton of money to live life on your own terms.

      They show you that you just need a good blueprint, the ability to stick with it, and a hell of a lot of hard work!
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      I forgot to include Claudette Whitacre as well

      Happy New Years. everyone
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  • Profile picture of the author Double Tei
    I dont know exactly who is the best but these are the ones that appear in my mind when dealing with this question: Neil Patel, Anik Sigal, Pat Flynn
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    neil Patel

    Pat flynn

    noah kagan

    there you go, read or listen to their stuff to get a proper IM education

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  • Profile picture of the author kuki15
    I'm not going to overwhelm anyone here with favorites, so I'm going with my top 2 Best IMers as I have followed their endeavors since I started online 6 years ago. So much respect to Frank Kern and Vick Strizhues!
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  • Profile picture of the author Caitlinz
    It is not those old days when a set of people where at the top and all others followed them. There are countless geeks making a killing online these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author dee4d
    For me it's:
    John Chow
    Ryan Deiss
    Frank Kern
    Patt Flynn
    Kim Roach
    Patric Chan among others
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  • Profile picture of the author HellaLeadz
    I am surprised nobody mentioned Chris Record so far (unless I missed it). I like his marketing style, congruency and honesty in all marketing messages (at least I feel some kind of bond). Apart from that, I follow Russell Brunson, Ryan Deiss, Grant Cardone (he has more to do with sales but still love this man), plus Vick Strizheus and Nicholas Kusmich for generating traffic and getting high ROI, especially from FB Ads.

    All of them are really worth to follow and to learn from.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aravision74
    Hey guys,
    I agree with Kurt that you may not be the best football player but you can be an excellent coach !

    And what a would be marketer wants is a good coach.
    I like Alex Jefferies for his training in creating products and doing project launches.
    Dean Holland for his Ipro system and a fantastic story.
    Jay Boyer always has well thought through products to offer.
    And anything from Omar Martin is great stuff
    All the best
    Andre
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Aravision74 View Post

      Hey guys,

      I like Alex Jefferies for his training in creating products and doing project launches.
      Yeah some may disagree but I always thought Alex provided great Value with his Products.

      Bought a few and always impressed me


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  • Profile picture of the author jcmunoz
    There are so many out there that it is hard to decide.

    Frank Kern is definitely someone to follow tho.

    Tony Robbins as well if you are looking to get inspired!
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  • Profile picture of the author Ian Jackson
    Kern is good, as are many of them. They all share a common ability... they can talk to (at) an audience for ages without drawing breath!

    See what I'm saying?
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