Is the WAR ROOM worth it?

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Just wanted some opinions, is the War Room worth the $37? I have read the forums and most people have positive things to say, I can not find any post about success stories because of the information in there. Would it be more beneficial to purchase a membership to the war room or simply buy a product/program that has proven success?

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  • Profile picture of the author dmderoeck
    Yes. If you are serious about IM, you will join the War Room - you won't be sorry. At $37, it provides one of the best, if not the best, value out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author winebuddy
    you will get thousands of dollars in real value in the WAR ROOM. What else is there to say?
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  • Profile picture of the author Victoria Gates
    Yes... Yes.. and again Yes.. There is no where else you will find so much good info.
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    • Profile picture of the author VegasVince
      Originally Posted by journeyforself View Post

      Yes... Yes.. and again Yes.. There is no where else you will find so much good info.

      Nothing more attractive then an "attractive Warrior Diva" stating the obvious.

      And yes yes yes......she's right.

      The War Room is like the Play Mansion of marketing minds....but you actually get laid........ not teased.

      Capiche?

      The War Room delivers.....it doesn't bleed you dry.....with products that lead you full circle right back to where ever the hell you'se started from.

      Every top player in the game.....some famous....some not so famous....all sharing their best of the best in terms of money making information that can liberate you'se peeps....and they're doing it for frigging FREE.

      It's like getting handed 100 of the top WSO's for nothing!

      It's like sticking all the marketing legends in one room with some hot chick and a bottle of good scotch......all of them trying to out do each other in terms of providing the BEST INFORMATION POSSIBLE......... SO THEY CAN WIN A DATE WITH HER.

      The amount of money Big Daddy Allen is asking for this---- is CHUMP CHANGE....FOR REAL.

      Anyone who even has to ask.......don't belong in the business.

      There is ample evidence on the record......too much credibility to back up the War Room.....so it's a no friggin' brainer! Period. End of Story.

      So if you'se have to ask "why"......you're better off cleaning slurpy machines at some 7/11 in Billing Friggin' Montana....and you'll end up with less pay in one day then the cost of this war chest of information that might change your life if you'se apply it.


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      • Profile picture of the author Lance K
        Originally Posted by VegasVince View Post


        The amount of money Big Daddy Allen is asking for this---- is CHUMP CHANGE....FOR REAL.

        Anyone who even has to ask.......don't belong in the business.

        There is ample evidence on the record......too much credibility to back up the War Room.....so it's a no friggin' brainer! Period. End of Story.

        So if you'se have to ask "why"......you're better off cleaning slurpy machines at some 7/11 in Billing Friggin' Montana....and you'll end up with less pay in one day then the cost of this war chest of information that might change your life if you'se apply it.
        Quoted for truth.
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  • Profile picture of the author misterwrecker
    YES.....nuf said.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Killops
    It's only worth it if you plan to put into action some of the stuff found in there. If you are just going to download the goods and let them collect hard drive dust, move on. If this is the case, IM may not be for you anyway.

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    • Profile picture of the author JBorhez
      Originally Posted by Gary Killops View Post

      It's only worth it if you plan to put into action some of the stuff found in there. If you are just going to download the goods and let them collect hard drive dust, move on. If this is the case, IM may not be for you anyway.

      Gary
      My thoughts exactly!

      My im efforts have reached new levels after joining the war room! As far as im-ing goes this has been the best investment I've made so far!

      DO IT!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mattk
    If you only have $37 to spend on 1 product or the war room, go for the war room and you won't need that 1 product.
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    • Profile picture of the author mahesh2k
      Originally Posted by Mattk View Post

      If you only have $37 to spend on 1 product or the war room, go for the war room and you won't need that 1 product.
      Matt, i had this choice. And you can see what choice i made. War room worth it, slowly for me as i'm using the stuff in there in favor of my niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mandy Swift
    Sounds like all the tools are in there. You only reap what you sow... Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Dr Dan
    lots of free stuff and you get a cool little badge under your name. Just do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author theemperor
    The WAR Room is worth it if you want a lot of free material to learn from that would otherwise cost you $20+ a go to purchase, so just 2 downloads makes it worth it. And also the fact you can sample a lot of this stuff and take-it-or-leave-it, and just concentrate on the stuff that suits you. To do that normally you'd have to keep purchasing and getting refunds and that would be a hassle (and still more expensive). So in a nutshell yes it is worth it if you want to learn more about IM.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fox30
    UH....YES............!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jagged
    Hi Sam & welcome to the WF

    Quick answer....YES

    But you already knew that if you read the forums here like you said you have.......did you really expect people to change their answers?

    Also, we have a fantastic search feature here on the WF. A simple search would have brought up numerous threads...all stating the same thing.

    That would have saved a whole lot of forum chat ink....

    The War Room is Gold!!

    Good luck,
    Ken



    Originally Posted by samanderson4 View Post

    Just wanted some opinions, is the War Room worth the $37? I have read the forums and most people have positive things to say. I can not find any post about success stories because of the information in there. Would it be more beneficial to purchase a membership to the war room or simply buy a product/program that has proven success?

    SA
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  • Profile picture of the author swissmark
    I've just upgraded as well a few days ago... $37 is a bargain.
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  • Profile picture of the author Slin
    No not at all..

    Now keep your prying eyes away from there

    I mean heck, my subscription didn't even come with an easy button!
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  • Profile picture of the author olavlind
    Hmm,

    $37 for a 20 year membership to a place that created more IM millionaires than anywhere else in the IM arena?

    Don't even think about it, just do it. I have been a free member of warriorforum for years, and for a loooong time, I never even logged in. I wasn't ready for REAL marketing advice.

    I have been a member of Rich Schefrens Founders Club, Stephen Pierces Make Real Money On The Internet, Michael Chaneys Delta Squadron, I've been interviewed by Robert Kiyosakis Rich Dad Coaches...

    None of them even come close to a real kick in the behind wake up call from people in the War Room and the milion dollar advice and stuff they are giving away for free in that place.

    So I have cancelled them all.

    Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that I am also a member of Dan Kennedy and Bill Glaziers Insiders Circle...

    Cancelled that one too yesterday.

    I don't need more information. I have been collecting it for years and have 100 gigs worth of pointless diffuse courses and information products pulling you in 10 different directions stacked up on my disk.

    Let me give you a lesson I recently learned thanks to people in the war room:

    Information will not make you rich...it never has and never will. It will only get you more confused, insecure, and procrastinative (is that even a word???).

    What WILL make you rich is a change in mindset and growing into the person you need to be to succeed. And REAL advice from REAL people making REAL money online telling you the truth like it is.

    One page of pure gold from the war room can make you incredibly wealthy if you just GET OFF YOUR BUT and DO SOMETHING WITH IT.

    Nuff said...just get in there if you are ready for the real stuff.

    ~Olav
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Other folks have mentioned the free downloads and such, but if that's all you ever see, you are cheating yourself.

      Go past all the recent free offers and dig into the stuff that Allen brought over from the old forum. Do you think a look at what a very successful entrepreneur thought was valuable enough to save is worth $37 for 20 years access?

      It would be an incredible bargain even if there were zero free offers.
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      • Profile picture of the author Lance K
        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        Other folks have mentioned the free downloads and such, but if that's all you ever see, you are cheating yourself.

        Go past all the recent free offers and dig into the stuff that Allen brought over from the old forum. Do you think a look at what a very successful entrepreneur thought was valuable enough to save is worth $37 for 20 years access?

        It would be an incredible bargain even if there were zero free offers.
        Right on, John. I've been saying this for a while now in every "Is the War Room worth it" thread that comes up. I was starting to think that I was the only one who thought that way.

        Even if there wasn't a single "Free WSO" in there, it's easily worth many times what it costs.

        Not only do you get Allen's insights & experiences, but people ask follow up questions and Allen answers them. And other Warriors add value to those threads by sharing their experiences as well.

        To be perfectly honest, 9 times out of 10 when I go into The War Room I only visit the sub forum with Allen's stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurenceh
    Agree with John here. Some the stuff that's helped me the most is pretty deep back in the earlier pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author Erik Ortega
    I can almost guarantee that once you join the war room, you won't be in the main internet market discussion forums a lot because you'll be too busy reading everything that is offered in the war room...just my experience

    trust me, i've been a member for 2 weeks now and it's completely worth it
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  • Profile picture of the author denisconn
    Not a member yet. But, according to what I read so far it seems worth to join. After all it isn`t expensive if it will provide us useful info from proven marketeers, right? Looking forward for other reviews.
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  • Profile picture of the author kb24
    Is it for people who are fairly new? Im doing some stuff like article marketing video ect.. so not really new just wondering...
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by kb24 View Post

      Is it for people who are fairly new? Im doing some stuff like article marketing video ect.. so not really new just wondering...
      If you're fairly new, there's still a lot of stuff in there for you. You just have to be a little selective in what you choose to follow - much like the main forum or anywhere else.

      It's like learning a sport - first you work on the fundamentals, then you add the more sophisticated levels over that strong base.
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  • Profile picture of the author tdpubs
    Originally Posted by samanderson4 View Post

    Just wanted some opinions, is the War Room worth the $37? I have read the forums and most people have positive things to say, I can not find any post about success stories because of the information in there. Would it be more beneficial to purchase a membership to the war room or simply buy a product/program that has proven success?

    SA
    If you are here to learn and contribute to the business of Internet marketing, you should be a member of the War Room. It's that simple.

    Trying to get a handle on success stories from the War Room members is a bit tricky. It's not that the War Room will make you do anything better, it's that you will have ample opportunities to get better if you are rolling with the people who actually make money at this thing and contribute their experience and goodies to each other on occasion. If you want to make money, you should be hanging with people who make money. It's as simple as that.

    The $37.00 cost is not even an issue if you consider that you will be privvy to information, gifts and opportunities that experienced marketers share with each other.

    Dennis Francis
    DiD Publishing Inc.
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  • Profile picture of the author samanderson4
    Thanks, I'm upgrading now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    I actually plan on spending the first 40 bucks of my Christmas cash on the War Room membership : )
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  • Profile picture of the author NightWriter
    I've gotten some very helpful IM info. there... This is stuff you won't find anywhere for free.

    Consider this, too: A lot of marketing info., especially free or old MRR stuff is old and outdated. Things that worked 3 years ago don't work now.

    So, for good up-to-date info. the War Room is great.

    If you're going to be buying IM information products, then the War Room will save you a lot of money
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  • Profile picture of the author Affiliate Afloat
    I would say so, yes absolutely! I wish I'd found it much earlier, when I started down the Internet Marketing road.
    For a newbie I think it provides a place where you can browse a huge amount of information and, importantly, see the opinions and results obtained by others. Witout this forum you are left vulnerable to the incredibly powerful and seductive copywriting skills of the vultures that circle above the unsupecting souls that find themselves lost in this Great Internet Marketing Desert.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mo Faisal
    I have just become a War Room member and yes the War Room is worth more!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Joel Gray
    YES IT IS WORTH THE COST!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Randy Smith
    More than worth it!

    Within seconds I had more value than a lot of purchases....

    No gripes here whatsoever!!

    Randy
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  • Profile picture of the author ASM Marketing
    There is one negative to the War Room...

    You'll find it incredibly hard to press the little 'X' in the top right of your browser.

    Alex
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    • Profile picture of the author kevinfar
      Originally Posted by ASM Marketing View Post

      There is one negative to the War Room...

      You'll find it incredibly hard to press the little 'X' in the top right of your browser.

      Alex
      That is very true.

      Also, to the OP, yes it is very worth it to join the war room. I have just done that two days ago and can already see that I've gotten my investment back in things that I've learned.

      Now to get the real value I'm going to take action on them, however when it comes to value gained, I feel as if I've already gained the $37 back.

      Kevin
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  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    I recommended to all, It's one of the best investment to your IM eduction you'll ever make... If not the best.

    The only gripe I've got is, if you're a beginner you could suffer from information overload start and jumping from one system to another
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by x3xsolxdierx3x View Post

      lol...Ok...I'll bite...

      In the war room, can we ask for feedback about a product/sales landing page, etc?

      I don't want to purchase a membership and just find out that my threads are deleted when I seek feedback....
      Fair question, and the answer is no. That's not the function of the War Room.

      If you want feedback on a product or service offering, the main forum is your best bet. If you want serious feedback on landing pages and such, post it in the copywriting forum.

      The War Room is more about "shop talk", where people share what's working for them, share their products for free, discuss things on a more professional level than you sometimes find in the main forum.

      A typical thread will fall into two categories - an offer of a free product, membership, service, etc. strictly for War Room members or someone sharing in detail something that is working for them, followed by q&a, discussion, etc.

      If anything, the WR is moderated more tightly than the main forum. Posts starting new threads must pass review before becoming active. It keeps the signal-to-noise ratio high, especially with the influx of new members learning the ropes.

      So to answer your original question, if all you want to do is post threads looking for feedback, save you $37. Join, learn and apply, and the stuff you request feedback for in the main forum will likely be considerably higher quality, you'll ask better questions, and get better feedback from the public forums.
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      • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
        You will get more out of the War Room if you know what you're looking for
        going in.

        If you simply wander in aimlessly, with no direction at all, you can easily
        get lost in there. However, if you know what it is you want to learn, it will
        make the whole experience a lot more productive.
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      • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        Fair question, and the answer is no. That's not the function of the War Room.

        If you want feedback on a product or service offering, the main forum is your best bet. If you want serious feedback on landing pages and such, post it in the copywriting forum.

        The War Room is more about "shop talk", where people share what's working for them, share their products for free, discuss things on a more professional level than you sometimes find in the main forum.

        A typical thread will fall into two categories - an offer of a free product, membership, service, etc. strictly for War Room members or someone sharing in detail something that is working for them, followed by q&a, discussion, etc.

        If anything, the WR is moderated more tightly than the main forum. Posts starting new threads must pass review before becoming active. It keeps the signal-to-noise ratio high, especially with the influx of new members learning the ropes.

        So to answer your original question, if all you want to do is post threads looking for feedback, save you $37. Join, learn and apply, and the stuff you request feedback for in the main forum will likely be considerably higher quality, you'll ask better questions, and get better feedback from the public forums.
        Thank you for being honest, John. I value honesty......For this reason, I look forward to joining the War Room soon....Am I allowed to "lurk" for bit before I start contributing? hm...I just feel like I could be easily 'dwarfed' by so many IM masterminds...I'd love the opportunity to learn more...and, it actually sounds like a membership should cost MORE than $37 (do you find that to be the case?)

        I hope I didn't give the impression that I just want to continually "take" from the community.....in fact, in just my few posts, I've really tried to "Give-back" where I can....

        This place can be a little intimidating for newbies. lol...it's ALOT to take in and try to harness and leverage....but, it really has been awesome being here nonetheless...
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        • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
          Originally Posted by x3xsolxdierx3x View Post

          Thank you for being honest, John. I value honesty......For this reason, I look forward to joining the War Room soon....Am I allowed to "lurk" for bit before I start contributing? hm...I just feel like I could be easily 'dwarfed' by so many IM masterminds...I'd love the opportunity to learn more...and, it actually sounds like a membership should cost MORE than $37 (do you find that to be the case?)

          I hope I didn't give the impression that I just want to continually "take" from the community.....in fact, in just my few posts, I've really tried to "Give-back" where I can....

          This place can be a little intimidating for newbies. lol...it's ALOT to take in and try to harness and leverage....but, it really has been awesome being here nonetheless...
          Truth be told, I've yet to start a thread in the War Room myself. There's so much in the 500+ threads already going, I've felt no need.

          I have posted a few times in existing threads, but I could count them on one hand and still have a finger left to insult someone...

          Goes under one of my mottoes...

          "Ain't none of us as smart as all of us."
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          • Profile picture of the author Rick Johansson
            Yes, you need to join the War Room...I joined a month ago and it's been great!

            Best 37 bucks I ever spent.

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  • Profile picture of the author 4freedom
    Funny, I've never even thought it was an option open for debate. I signed up immediately when it was first offered. My reason was simple. If I'm looking to produce a certain result - why not learn from those you are already producing that results? And it has paid of gloriously well. Lots of time saved...
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  • Profile picture of the author hamed
    The War Room is the best ever. Trust me it's worth every penny, nearly every post on there is useful!
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  • Profile picture of the author rapsolo
    I just joined the war room 2 days ago. To be frank with you, this is the best investment I have made in a long time in IM. Just be careful of been infected with information overload!
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    • Profile picture of the author DASHBOY
      Did anyone say YES

      For $37 its a no brainer the info in there is being sold by some of the so called gurus for thousands, not only that you can build relationships too with other potential partners.

      I think you already said you joined and all I can say is well done your IM career has now started.

      Good Luck

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    • Profile picture of the author Pat T
      I've been a member of the warrior forum since 2008 and joined the war room recently and the answer to your question is a.......YES!!!


      Best 37 Bucks I have spent hands down.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ramin
      Dear pal
      Don't even hesitate to start.
      it will worth it
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  • Profile picture of the author bmitch213
    ABSOLUTELY YES!, You shouldn't even hesitate if you are motivated to be successful marketing online.
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  • Profile picture of the author schibs
    come on $37 - just spending time reading the posts and the education you receive is well worth it...
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  • Profile picture of the author windfall_results
    I have never heard any negatives regarding the War Room...it is about time I joined.
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  • Profile picture of the author bnard
    Just wondering if they will take dumb noob questions in there. I have lots
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    • Profile picture of the author kenboss
      Originally Posted by bnard View Post

      Just wondering if they will take dumb noob questions in there. I have lots
      To be perfectly honest, you don't need to join the War Room to ask "dumb noob" questions. You can easily do that in the forum you are posting in right now, and you will generally get good answers. But one piece of advice: before you ask any basic or fundamental question, spend some time actually searching through the various topical forums first, and see what you can learn on your own. It helps you to frame your questions more intelligently and specifically, and you will have shown some intitiative. In this way you stand a good chance of attracting better quality answers from more experienced members.

      Despite all my and everyone else's praise of the War Room, I would definitely advise anyone brand new to the Warrior Forum, especially if you are also brand new to Internet Marketing, NOT ignore or skip the main forum, but to go through it as thoroughly as you can, and ask lots of good questions and find lots of answers there, because you'll get much more out of the War Room if you do.

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  • Profile picture of the author kenboss
    I'm going to put the bottom line right here on the top line: THE WAR ROOM IS UNDISPUTABLY THE BEST DEAL ON THE INTERNET BY FAR

    Your question is a good one:

    Originally Posted by samanderson4 View Post

    Would it be more beneficial to purchase a membership to the war room or simply buy a product/program that has proven success?

    SA
    My answer: Although "Proven success" is a catch phrase we love to toss around, we all do well to remember just how deceptive a concept that is. Screenshots of bulging Paypal accounts and passionate testimonials notwithstanding, NO product/program has proven success until you've proven it to yourself by putting it into action. That's because there really are no pushbutton systems. Everything, I don't care what it is, depends on YOUR attitude, YOUR approach, YOUR driving skills.

    For exactly the same reason, it really wouldn't matter a hoot if you DID find any posts from people describing how they got rich from being in the War Room. The War Room offers many systems, many products, many programs. It just means that person found something, or several things, that THEY WERE ABLE TO MAKE WORK! It will be just as hard or easy to find the one that YOU can make work as it is on the "outside" - you will still have to do a lot of sifting, search, trial and error.

    This difference, of course, is that with the War Room, you pay $37 ONCE and get to try everything for free. And although I would say the "quality density" is well above average, some of it will be good for you, some not. But you don't have to fork out over and over to find out!!
    Hence my opening statement in this post.

    What is really worth paying attention to, if you are trying to weigh up value, is the number of experienced marketers here, who have nothing to gain from saying so, but who will testify that not only many of the free products on offer, but even many of the discussion threads themselves, would easily sell for many times that amount if packaged and offered outside the War Room. Indeed many of them HAVE been sold outside and are offered free within.

    One more thing:
    Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

    You will get more out of the War Room if you know what you're looking for
    going in.

    If you simply wander in aimlessly, with no direction at all, you can easily
    get lost in there. However, if you know what it is you want to learn, it will
    make the whole experience a lot more productive.
    I do agree with Steve. The War Room can be overwhelming, especially at first, and if you are already suffering from information overload, it may only add to it.

    On the other hand, when you are new it is not always easy to know what you are looking for, and I actually think it's OK to just browse for a little while. But browse with the AIM of finding something as soon as possible to really focus on, of discovering your area of interest.

    It's like walking into a big Public Library. You may not know what you want the first time you go, but earnest browsing will usually see you walking out with something useful or inspiring, that will inform your next visit.

    So in this way, the War Room can actually teach you what to look for. There are still quite a few threads there that are waaaay over my head, but that is to be expected in a premium quality forum. I just like its no-B.S. atmosphere, and I just look for areas that will advance my own level.

    I am still inclined sometimes to browse the WSO's and be prepared to spend a little cash there. But there too, the War Room has really helped educate me to view the WSO's with a more discerning and focused eye.

    Long answer to a short question:p

    cheers Ken
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    Yes, the war room is worth it.
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    Way way worth it! I count my war room purchase one of the smartest decisions I've made online, and one that returned far more value to me than the $37.00.
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    Is there anything more to The WAR Room? I'm not questioning that these 2 BIG features are small/less, just want to know if there's more we non-members can't see yet.

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    • I just joined the war room this morning and the simple answer is... OH GOOD GOD YES! I have learned more reading in there for 2 hours than I have in my time at the warrior forums so far.

      Every post is informative and $37 is practically giving away the keys to the bank. I think it will take me days to go through and digest even just the first 2 pages of posts but every single one is solid gold.

      Go get a war room membership ASAP
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay D
    Hi everyone,

    I am new here and I am also thinking of joining the war room. This thread does highlight its importance. I think you will see me in there very soon.
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    • Profile picture of the author RichMag
      If you are going to spend any money whatsoever on IM then the $37 for the War Room should be your first purchase. Really is a no brainer if you ask me.
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Originally Posted by tomorrow_is_another_day View Post

        I just joined the war room this morning and the simple answer is... OH GOOD GOD YES! I have learned more reading in there for 2 hours than I have in my time at the warrior forums so far.

        Every post is informative and $37 is practically giving away the keys to the bank. I think it will take me days to go through and digest even just the first 2 pages of posts but every single one is solid gold.

        Go get a war room membership ASAP
        If you really want to blow your mind, spend a little of your reading time in the back half of the listings - you'll see the stuff Allen though was important enough to carry over from the old forum. Look for the threads by 'postbot'...
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  • Profile picture of the author wrcato2
    It is the best $37.00 that I have spent. Forget about the products. Just Allen Says postings are worth the $37.00 and a whole lot more. Forget about coaching programs. What Allen Says is enough. Forget about buying products. What Allen has is worth more than you make at a 9-5 job in a month. the take away is priceless.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisJamesG
    Have a little look at:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...n-amazing.html

    Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author swildr1
    The war room delivers.



    Just don't get caught in the "read and study, read and study with no action" trap.

    Join the war room...learn what you need to learn and most important..Take Action!
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  • Profile picture of the author milo_pl
    I'm gonna join soon...for me just the possibility of posting WSO's is worth paying $37
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    • Profile picture of the author Jer Inverno
      just want to say thank to everyone, i read this and feel motivated to join WAR ROOM. It will be more great if that $37 from my earning on IM effort, wish me luck, Warriors! again, thank u.
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  • Profile picture of the author niles
    It is definitely worth it. Every post is like buying a new WSO.

    It is the best deal I have seen.
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    • Profile picture of the author capper
      Is the War Room subcription worth it?....Hell Yes. However If you are a noob like myself, I do have a word of warning. There is so much mind blowing stuff in there your head might explode

      Seriously though having wasted a ton of cash on some of the worthless programs out there, I can honestly say hand on heart that it will be the best $37 I've spent on my IM education.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    It's one of the best investments I've ever made. There is a wealth of material in the War Room, and it'll pay for itself many times over if you actually put that information to use. Don't forget that you also get the privilege of being able to run ads and WSOs, and gives you more credibility when doing JVs, so I think it's basically the ultimate no-brainer investment of all when it comes to IM!
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    I just bought a membership reading the first few posts of this thread
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  • Profile picture of the author hotftuna
    Quite simply, If you want info found in WSO ebooks, but don't want to spend a ton of cash, join the WAR ROOM. Week after week you will be able to download/print out solid ebooks that will keep you up to date with the latest strategies.
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    • Profile picture of the author realgoalgetter
      It is so worth it!

      Anyone still sitting on the fence . . .

      Let's put it this way. There is no way to explain how good this is.

      But I'll try to explain it this way.

      You walk in to a party and pay a cover charge of $37.00.

      While you are in there, you pick up $1000.00 off the floor and put it in your pocket.

      Was it worth going in?

      And next time you go in, there is no more cover charges.

      But you still leave with another bunch of money.

      That's how it is for me. . . .

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  • Profile picture of the author Shane Hale
    It is definitely worth it for me! It is like one big master mind group. Tons of free and vital information.
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  • Profile picture of the author Splinterbiz
    I upgraded yesterday, and I was "blown away" by the sheer amount of great information and freebies in the War Room. Other than that, you have to try it yourself, to understand why everybody gives it such raving reviews.

    I second those saying not to wait any longer, unless you know nothing about IM. If the latter is the case, I would advise to stay in the main forum for the next couple of days or weeks, then consider the upgrade, but you'll end up upgrading eventually, anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    Joined yesterday primarily so I could host a WSO, but oh man am I happy with the sheer amount of information available there : )
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  • Profile picture of the author David Brown
    It is an amazing place.....best value for money anywhere out there...
    Just do it!!!

    Dave
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  • Profile picture of the author chibobski84
    wow, so many people really recommend to join the war room, with so many positive reviews.

    is it only $37 for a one time investment, cause if it is, then its really worth it!

    Gonna buy myself the war room membership

    probably next month.
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    • Profile picture of the author gpower2
      I still consider the $37 I invested in the War Room, as some of the best money spent in my entire IM career!
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  • Profile picture of the author RebeccaL
    I just ducked back in there after not visiting for months. Plenty of great material in there waiting to be read. Lots of free product giveaways etc. Well worth the very small entrance fee.
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  • Profile picture of the author cyndiek
    I joined very recently, and have been really pleased with the information that is available there. I should have joined a long time ago.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Maschke
    No, I would not in good conscience recommend it until I knew you're committed to this "Internet Marketing" thing. You have only 11 posts as of now.

    If you're just curious, ask a few questions around here first. Find out the different models that people are using, and how much time, money and knowledge each model requires. Know for certain what you could be getting yourself into (like monthly and yearly costs for the tools and services you may need)

    Once you've made the commitment, then yes - it's an investment that you cannot live without in my opinion. What ever model you choose, it's almost certain there's an expert in the war room who has provided nearly priceless information that'll cut down on your learning curve.

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  • Profile picture of the author UlrichMC
    Let me put it this way. If you have bought or may buy WSOs with any kind of regularity, save that next $37. Instead of spending it on WSOs, get into the War Room. It's that simple. Many posts are like WSOs in themselves, except the information is free (most do involve opt-ins of course, but not all do).

    -Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author scottgallagher
      Originally Posted by eddy234 View Post

      war room what the heck is that, sounds like another members pothole, full of useless things
      haha, sometimes i love to hear how closed minded some people are!! talk about looking at things as halve empty.
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      • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
        Originally Posted by scottgallagher View Post

        haha, sometimes i love to hear how closed minded some people are!! talk about looking at things as halve empty.
        Exactly. People making an opinion on something they know nothing about. In this case it wasn't even half empty, it was totally empty. Luckily most people are smart enough to know the difference between an informed opinion as opposed to some jackass trying to dis without even knowing what the War Room is. He only made himself look like a sh!t sandwich.

        I have several personal friends of mine as members of the War Room, most of them are already making over 1,000 a month on a part-time basis. Two of them are making over 5k driving PPC / CPV / SEO traffic to CPA offers. All done using tools from the War Room.

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  • Profile picture of the author SEOExpert104
    100% of the people say $37 is too cheap for it.... it's really worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author ourland
    If you an internet marketer but not a member of
    WAR ROOM! Believe you me sincerely you are
    missing great and second to none information
    that will guide you!

    I even expect the price to be higher.
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  • Profile picture of the author ourland
    If you an internet marketer but not a member of
    WAR ROOM! Believe you me sincerely you are
    missing great and second to none information
    that will guide you!

    I even expect the price to be higher.
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesW
    $37 for lifetime membership - yes it's definitely worth it!

    If you can't use the information to earn at least an extra $37 then you should consider a different career.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    It's only worth it if you have the ability to stay focused and are the type of person that takes consistent action. It's definitely not a membership for those that only like to "read" and "learn". It's for those that are dead serious about starting a business. I made my $37 back in the first half hour where I picked up a couple downloads that normally retailed for much higher than the price of admission. Those two downloads were the foundations for my newest company. The War Room is an absolute steal.

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  • Profile picture of the author Zabrina
    I've been meaning to for a while, but after reading this thread, I signed up. Thanks to you all for the motivation.
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  • Profile picture of the author scottgallagher
    Originally Posted by samanderson4 View Post

    Just wanted some opinions, is the War Room worth the $37? I have read the forums and most people have positive things to say, I can not find any post about success stories because of the information in there. Would it be more beneficial to purchase a membership to the war room or simply buy a product/program that has proven success?

    SA
    Dude,

    This is THE IM forum. A search on Google for [internet marketing forum] puts this place #4.

    You're asking if the $37 dollars is worth it to hang out in a private area of this elite forum?

    It's a no brainer. This is a one time fee. Just spend the dough. I'm a new member for a couple of weeks and frankly, it's already worth over $3700 for me with even one single connection.
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  • Profile picture of the author margotoliver
    Absolutely ,it's worth it's weight in gold.
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