Welcome to this edition of Top 5 WSOs of the week. I will be discussing some of the top WSOs in the Marketplace that are very significant and worth checking out. Keep in mind though that the insights I provide are mainly my own opinion and do not necessary reflect the thoughts and opinions of the Warrior Forum Team.
1. Murray Hughes' High Ticket Talent Arbitrage (July 2017)
Don't be fooled with the title. Scouring through the pages of his WSO, it is not surprising if a beginner finds himself overwhelmed with the amount of information Murray has provided in his copy. (I found it myself the hard way). He painstakingly explains what his course offers, providing every intricate detail that a potential customer would ask.
One thing I would change though is the amount of claims he has in the page. If I'm a newbie, I would be really skeptical at the claims he is presenting as I don't have any concrete method to verify it. Though, his status as a top seller for Clickbank speaks volumes.
2. Jack Duncan's Trendspotting Secrets (August 2008)
This is one of the oldest WSOs from Jack Duncan and not surprisingly, with the number of quality WSOs he has published, this one is still very active.
The introduction of this WSO is pretty catchy, not everyone would expect to earn money selling yoga mats! Jack has a nice buildup to his product, which entices potential buyers to read the copy thoroughly. He has also a nice breakdown of videos included in the course.
While the descriptions for each video are kind of short to my taste, this WSO is as complete as it gets - detailed explanation on what you will get plus the superb support of Jack as evidenced by his activity in the thread. Overall, a solid find worth checking out.
3. David Mcalorum's One on One Mastermind Coaching (September 2013)
What's better than an offer that let's you decide what to pay the coach? This coaching program exactly does that. David's reputation in the Warrior Forum has been solid that he is willing to let the market decide the price for his coaching program.
The WSO itself is neat - while very short in description (the bulk of content details his previous experiences) - the summary of what you will get is provided in its entirety. The one drawback though is that the offer is really limited (only 5 students), so you would need to be really quick and decided if you want to push through the program.
4. Michael Meaney's Profit Academy (July 2011)
One of the most detailed WSOs I have ever read. Michael did not miss a beat in detailing step by step what to expect once you enroll in Profit Academy. The quick summary and infographic is a delight for a beginner on top of the excellent support he provides with his customers. You can't go wrong on this offer.
5. Jeff Baxter's The Consulting Master Academy (November 2016)
One of the mainstays of the marketplace, Jeff Baxter has proven that he can deliver a successful product.
The copy in itself is very clean as he provides complete details on what you will get with your product. I also appreciate the fact that he actually described the benefits of the product - pretty slick way to get customers.
Some of the claims are pretty ambitious (commissions up to $5,000 each), but still this is a pretty good buy. Provided with a 30 day money back guarantee, potential buyers are assured that Jeff will be working hard to see your success.
That's all for today. Thanks for reading!