Best complete online business training system?

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Hello Warriors. Well it's time. I was laid off after 25 years, I have a 6 month severance and at 58 I'm not going back into the corporate world. That being said, I am seriously curious on what online direction/training /business system I should pursue. I'm leaning into affiliate marketing but am open to all possibilities.I have money to invest, so thats not a huge concern. My goal is to have a $5000 a month business within a year.

I like what I see from Anik Singal's inbox blueprint program as his master class week. But have just started my research. I also get a lot of Facebook ads on the Affiliate Bootcamp 100 day program to retirement.

Can anyone share their experience with me on a recommended business approach and the training systems that have been successful?

John
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Nunez
    I've been attempting to start an internet marketing business since June 2016. I just joined the Inbox Blueprint a few days ago. With this program I feel like this is first time I see that success can be possible. It's extremely well done. All of the information you need is one place. The lessons build up in an intuitive manner. They also assume you know nothing about IM when you start. The quality of the training alone is worth the price but then you throw in the tools they give you and it becomes a bargain. The Launchpad is amazing.

    It took me months before I finally decided to join the program. A common criticism in the reviews is that you could find all of the information inside for free instead of paying over $1000 for it. That's true. You definitely could find everything in there for free. But you'll be paying in time instead of money. It will take a lot of time to find, organize, and process all of that information. Then you'll spend money anyway testing out all that free advice to determine what's good and what's bad. Or you can just have it all in one place and filled only with advice that actually works. That's why I finally decided to buy the product.

    Finally, I tried the Affiliate Bootcamp. They will train you to be an affiliate for Click Funnels but I'm sure the advice could be used for other products. The training did start out pretty good. The problem was that after Day 11 I stopped getting emails from them. They didn't go to Spam or whatever. They simply stopped coming to me. I have no idea if there is any content after Day 11 let alone all the way to Day 100.
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnnyk100
    Thanks Chris. I feel the same way about Inbox Blueprints. And thats weird about affiliate bootcamp emails.

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  • Profile picture of the author Adrianne_
    Have you checked out the Internet Marketing Product Reviews thread? That's where I decided on which system to go with. Of course, this was a few years ago, but I went with Affiliate Blueprint by Mark Ling. He's updated the course since I last purchased it and has a newer version than the one I got. It offers a great value for what you get and allows you to scale up as you grow.
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnnyk100
    Has anyone heard of Adrian Morrison's Ecomm training, how to sell stuff on Shopify?
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  • Profile picture of the author unlimitedoptions
    Hello JohnnyK100:

    Sorry to hear you got laid off after providing value for so many years. Now you can start the next chapter of your life.

    I'm a member of Inboxblue print. It's a good course for beginners, but keep a few things in mind.
    Keep in mind that Anik is pretty much pitching to you 100% of the time with the initial offers inside the program.
    Once you join his mailing list you'll get almost daily emails with another product or program to buy. THAT'S THE NATURE OF SOME INTERNET MARKETERS.

    The weekly training provided by Inboxblueprint is good.
    A few more points though.

    Once you sign up you will be asked/directed to go to sendlane for your autoresponder. The Inboxblueprint system doesn't integrate with any other AR becuase Anik owns Inbox and part of Sendlane.

    Anik owns all or part of most of what he suggests inside Inbox.
    I'm not mad, but beware that he's a saleman first.
    His systems work, but keep in mind that you will be seeing tons of sales pitches along the way.

    Affiliate Boot Camp by Russel Brunsen is free. I'm finishing it up now. If I had to do all over again I would go with ABC first. Lot's of great training. And they offer a continuity program meaning you can earn commissions ongoing when you get someone to sign up for ClickFunnels.

    I use ClickFunnels and it's a good platform.
    Of the two I like ClickFunnels more than Inbox. I'll continue using both but CF Affiliate Boot Camp is a better choice for beginners.

    Low cost to start (FREE).
    Great training
    Recurring income potential.

    Good luck in your search.

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    • Profile picture of the author Johnnyk100
      Thanks Dan, Can I use what I learn in affiliate bootcamp for any type of products, even my own?
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    • Profile picture of the author heaththompson
      I hadn't heard of ABC, Clickfunnels or Inbox Blueprint. thanks for the info!
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  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    Originally Posted by Johnnyk100 View Post

    Hello Warriors. Well it's time. I was laid off after 25 years, I have a 6 month severance and at 58 I'm not going back into the corporate world. That being said, I am seriously curious on what online direction/training /business system I should pursue. I'm leaning into affiliate marketing but am open to all possibilities.I have money to invest, so thats not a huge concern. My goal is to have a $5000 a month business within a year.

    I like what I see from Anik Singal's inbox blueprint program as his master class week. But have just started my research. I also get a lot of Facebook ads on the Affiliate Bootcamp 100 day program to retirement.

    Can anyone share their experience with me on a recommended business approach and the training systems that have been successful?

    John
    If you want to join Anik's Inbox Blueprint, my advice is go for it.

    If I may be frank also, email marketing and list building are realistically the best and fastest way to make money online .

    If done correctly.

    What I mean by done correctly, you don't just email them offers after offers.

    Because people also subscribed to other marketers' list as well, so they don't have time to look through every email given their limited time in work and other things.

    And since most emails are just offers, they began developing what I called Email Promo Ad Blindness. That means ignore and simply thrashed most of those emails.

    If you are new to marketing and just send offers after offers, people can tell you and perceived as spamming.

    That is why besides a squeeze page you need to have a blog, a FB fanpage and Youtube channel to build relationship and trust with your subscribers first.

    Without relationship and trust, it does not matter what you promote.

    You will NOT make money or the amount you want.

    But Anik's course eradicate most of these issues and given the fact that 4 people actually made from its beta testing in 2014, I will say that was among the best courses when it comes to REALLY making money online.

    So I say if that is what you want, go for it.

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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan Isaac
    Originally Posted by Johnnyk100 View Post

    Hello Warriors. Well it's time. I was laid off after 25 years, I have a 6 month severance and at 58 I'm not going back into the corporate world. That being said, I am seriously curious on what online direction/training /business system I should pursue. I'm leaning into affiliate marketing but am open to all possibilities.I have money to invest, so thats not a huge concern. My goal is to have a $5000 a month business within a year.

    I like what I see from Anik Singal's inbox blueprint program as his master class week. But have just started my research. I also get a lot of Facebook ads on the Affiliate Bootcamp 100 day program to retirement.

    Can anyone share their experience with me on a recommended business approach and the training systems that have been successful?

    John
    Currently I'm going through Zero To Launch, which has been an amazing course so far.

    Places like Introverted Alpha have had enormous success.

    There are many great courses like Eben Pagan, and from Marie forleo and many others.

    It really depends on who's teaching style you like.
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  • Profile picture of the author aborsuk2
    If you have some money you can put into it, then I highly suggest getting a coach. That will accelerate everything much faster than just buying some courses. If your looking for a cheaper route then start with some courses in list building, and get to know the basics to build your foundation on. Hope that helps some!
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  • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
    I recommend CPA affiliate marketing....find good CPS offers and build a funnel around it....then of you get this working really well think about building your own product....don't bother building a product till you know yu can sell it....CPA is the way to go for that.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Originally Posted by Johnnyk100 View Post

    Hello Warriors. Well it's time. I was laid off after 25 years, I have a 6 month severance and at 58 I'm not going back into the corporate world. That being said, I am seriously curious on what online direction/training /business system I should pursue. I'm leaning into affiliate marketing but am open to all possibilities.I have money to invest, so thats not a huge concern. My goal is to have a $5000 a month business within a year.

    I like what I see from Anik Singal's inbox blueprint program as his master class week. But have just started my research. I also get a lot of Facebook ads on the Affiliate Bootcamp 100 day program to retirement.

    Can anyone share their experience with me on a recommended business approach and the training systems that have been successful?

    John
    John,

    I am not going to bore you a lot here with a long post so here is a small one and take this advice please:

    If you are going to get into affiliate marketing, this is what you should do (Not going to recommend any mentors out there and going to be very basic on the advice).

    1. You are coming from the corporate world and probably don't have the right mindset about being your own boss so the first thing you should do is WORK ON YOURSELF EVERYDAY. Listen to motivational stuff like Tony Robbins and others and also read business books.

    2. Never work with affiliate programs that pay you a one time commission. Always work with the ones that pay you residual income and an income from upsells. (You want to earn $20-$50 or more per month in residual and anywhere between $100-$5,000 in additional upsells from one customer who bought the monthly membership).

    3. Never do FREE marketing as it will probably not get you anywhere. Paid ads is the way to go and test each place.

    This is LITTLE advice but these are the basics.
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    • Profile picture of the author Adrianne_
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      3. Never do FREE marketing as it will probably not get you anywhere. Paid ads is the way to go and test each place.
      Errr, I beg to differ with ya hoss. Free marketing on social media can take a person to a 6 figure income within 12 months. Building a massive following is where it's at. The trick is to choose a platform and post valuable content on a consistent basis. Of course, this takes time but it's well worth it in the end. Paid advertisements is great in the beginning if you have the budget. If done incorrectly, you will be left broke and defeated so choose wisely. The free organic traffic is what's going to take your business to a whole 'nother level. I recommend doing both.
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