I'm WOWED with the WarRoom and Generosity of warriors! :D

by humbledmarket Banned
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I just have to say this. It's been a while since I've been to the war room frankly because there's just too much goodies there I get side track on what I really want to focus.

There are tons of great methods and ideas in there that once you enter there goes your 3 month plan. It's just too good to pass up.

Well I thought I'd visit it again since I was bored and I'm SHOCKED!
I am floored by the generosity of Warriors and willingness to share just wanting everyone to succeed.

It's basically a gold mine there for me; like a kid in a candy store. About 75% of the threads there are so attractive I've opened about 20 threads in two pages. i'm guessing I'll be spending my night there tonight

THANKS WARRIORS
#generosity #warriors #warroom #wowed
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    • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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      Originally Posted by Henrikson View Post

      I'm thinking about joining the war room, is it that good? really worh it?
      I think my computer is on the verge of freezing. I was so excited I digged up threads as far as 2009
      I'd say a good 50 threads now time to get learning

      I can't really tell you if it's worth it since it's a personal opinion and choice but personally I quite like it. Many WSOs from generous, helpful warriors. Also threads are screened so when you look into it each page I find roughly 7 useful threads.
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        • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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          Originally Posted by Henrikson View Post

          It's not expensive so I guess it's worth it if I could pick up a thing or two. It's a good thing that it's not cluttered with posts which only leads to information overload...
          All their post now do not allow opt in I believe so it should all be well intentioned post
          Additionally it does lead to information overload but it's the good type lol
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  • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
    The War room is amazing indeed! Just don't start getting, overwhelmed with all the stuff in there, look around, and take action.
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  • Profile picture of the author gjabiz
    Over the last couple of years I've worked with dozens of Warriors. Here is my observation.

    IF they come from the War Room they are more likely to take ACTION, which is, of course, Planned Activity...

    than if they come to me via the general forum.

    I "think" the reason is, because they were willing to pop for the "pay to enter" fee, they are more likely to take action on their projects.

    It is a simple act, a low cost one at that, which very simply gives an indication of an IMer's seriousness at actually doing something.

    Again, this is all ancedotal and only my experience. But I'd much rather give my time to a Warrior who is in the War Room than one who thinks it is "too much money" to join or who questions the benefits of rubbing elbows with truly EXPERIENCED marketers.

    And I've had over a thousand downloads of my free offers to War Room members, and have developed some good JV's and working deals with several.

    It was always true in the old world of mail order, that a BUYER was an asset and a "freebie" was a liability until they became a buyer. I find it just as true with online activity.

    Another observation in general, the War Room members have more respect for my time than someone from the free forum, who once you answer ONE question for them, somehow think you've obligated yourself to answer every question they have...or as the old saying goes, "no good deed goes unpunished".

    Give me a War Room Warrior every day of the week over the "Freebie" only warrior.

    But, this may just be my own personal experience.

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  • Profile picture of the author ChickenMan
    Tbqh, I am still in doubt. I mean, that War Rom topic that gives all the info sounds no different than a sales pitch. And I'm still on the fence after I wasted $17 on a WSO. People have said the war room is worth it, and well I call that a pretty bold claim.

    I'm still just a newbie in this and still trying to find a path, but I'm a cheapo who pinches EVERY dollar.
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    • Profile picture of the author John Durham
      Chicken Man...

      I would get that warrior forum membership right this moment to deliver a message to myself and the universe that "I am not afraid to let go of money"!









      Originally Posted by ChickenMan View Post

      Tbqh, I am still in doubt. I mean, that War Rom topic that gives all the info sounds no different than a sales pitch. And I'm still on the fence after I wasted $17 on a WSO. People have said the war room is worth it, and well I call that a pretty bold claim.

      I'm still just a newbie in this and still trying to find a path, but I'm a cheapo who pinches EVERY dollar.
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      Originally Posted by ChickenMan View Post

      Tbqh, I am still in doubt. I mean, that War Rom topic that gives all the info sounds no different than a sales pitch. And I'm still on the fence after I wasted $17 on a WSO. People have said the war room is worth it, and well I call that a pretty bold claim.

      I'm still just a newbie in this and still trying to find a path, but I'm a cheapo who pinches EVERY dollar.
      If you are that, the War Room is your place. You will NEVER let me repeat that, NEVER feel the need to buy a general info product again. Period. Once you get there, pretty much everything there is out there in the MMO niche will be covered, all included in that 37$ fee. Tons and tons of free manuals on how to do just about anything.

      On top of that you get the section called "My ideas, strategies and plans". That´s Allen Says section, so to speak. I have raved about it on this forum so many times it isn´t even funny. If you don´t learn anything form that section you should check yourself for a pulse, you might be dead.

      After the War Room I can almost guarantee that you will only ever be paying again for tools to put all that info into an action plan and the odd technical manual on how to do something very specific. No more "buy my system and learn how to make xxx dollars a day, guaranteed" stuff. All you need of that will be in the war room, free of charge.

      If that wasn´t enough, it will open up a whole lot of marketers that will be more open to talk to you simply because you have bothered to pay for the membership, meaning ( in many people´s minds) that you are actually somewhat serious about getting things done and not just another freebie seeker ( which is odd, considering, but thats kind of the unspoken code for many around here).

      Really, you are already running late in signing up. When have you ever seen another place where so many people talk so well about a product of service without being paid for it, and do so over and over again? you will find at least 100 threads in here from people asking if it´s worth it. Everyone says the same: If the membership was 1.000$ it would still be totally worth it.

      IF you hear anything bad about the war room it will be something along the lines " I don´t like it because there is so much information I don´t know where to start" or "information overload times 1k, I´m paralized".

      Quite frankly, if that´s the worse you are oging to hear form the product and you still haven´t made your mind up, you may as well switch to Rich Dad, Anthony Blake or DP forums, you put the best threads of all of those together and it is still second division to the general forum here, and the general forum here is totally second division to the war room.

      Nuff said.
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  • Profile picture of the author CianMcCarthy
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    It's good...particulary Allen's Stuff, which gets you to think about the bigger picture
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      I agree I was completely stunned! I signed up over the weekend I find all the info quite overwhelming!
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  • Profile picture of the author ChickenMan
    Who exactly is Allen? I'm still new at IM so I don't really know all the big names.

    Still, can the War Room really help me out? I'm still pretty skeptical since I tried one program and it didn't work, mainly because of the new Adwords change.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lance K
      Originally Posted by ChickenMan View Post

      Tbqh, I am still in doubt. I mean, that War Rom topic that gives all the info sounds no different than a sales pitch. And I'm still on the fence after I wasted $17 on a WSO. People have said the war room is worth it, and well I call that a pretty bold claim.

      I'm still just a newbie in this and still trying to find a path, but I'm a cheapo who pinches EVERY dollar.
      Originally Posted by ChickenMan View Post

      Who exactly is Allen? I'm still new at IM so I don't really know all the big names.

      Still, can the War Room really help me out? I'm still pretty skeptical since I tried one program and it didn't work, mainly because of the new Adwords change.

      ChickenMan, Allen Says is the owner of the Warrior Forum.

      When you join the War Room, you'll see a sub-forum at the top titled "My Ideas, Strategies, & Plans". This is where Allen has shared a wealth of real world experience. That sub-forum ALONE is worth many times the cost of membership.

      Also, in the main part of the War Room...

      There are TWENTY threads that are rated FIVE STARS on PAGE ONE alone! Those 5 star threads range from 1,456 views up to 54,127 views.
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    Originally Posted by humbledmarket View Post

    I just have to say this. It's been a while since I've been to the war room frankly because there's just too much goodies there I get side track on what I really want to focus.

    There are tons of great methods and ideas in there that once you enter there goes your 3 month plan. It's just too good to pass up.

    Well I thought I'd visit it again since I was bored and I'm SHOCKED!
    I am floored by the generosity of Warriors and willingness to share just wanting everyone to succeed.

    It's basically a gold mine there for me; like a kid in a candy store. About 75% of the threads there are so attractive I've opened about 20 threads in two pages. i'm guessing I'll be spending my night there tonight

    THANKS WARRIORS
    No doubt about it, the Warrior Forum is THE premier marketing community online today.

    'nough said.

    All the best,
    Michael
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    There are still people who are very generous and love to help others. I like to call that "TITHING".

    "TITHING" is basically giving 10% of your money to others and this will open your doors of prosperity. In this case, people are giving out their time to help others and this will come back to them in a positive way.

    Give and you shall receive.

    Tal

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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      There are still people who are very generous and love to help others. I like to call that "TITHING".

      "TITHING" is basically giving 10% of your money to others and this will open your doors of prosperity. In this case, people are giving out their time to help others and this will come back to them in a positive way.

      Give and you shall receive.

      Tal

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      Hi Tal,

      I like the general idea behind your post, but I have to humbly disagree on a semantic level. This just may be my opinion, but the word tithing carries the idea of doing something because you have to, as a duty.

      I don't give my time and energy freely because I feel obligated to do so, and I don't do it in the hopes of getting something in return--it's just something I do because I do it.

      You aren't incorrect by any means, and tithing isn't a bad word at all. I'm just saying that it doesn't quite capture the essence of it for me. Not sure what the right word is, but if I think of it, I'll holler.

      All the best,
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  • Profile picture of the author babarapho
    Yes, the war room is loaded. If you are not careful, you can get sucked in the freebies there and forget your mission for the day. Every warrior should be part of this room.
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
      Originally Posted by babarapho View Post

      Yes, the war room is loaded. If you are not careful, you can get sucked in the freebies there and forget your mission for the day. Every warrior should be part of this room.
      That is an excellent warning!

      I would suggest people going in there for the first time have some idea of what they want information on and start there. Otherwise, you could spend endless hours downloading all kinds of good stuff and reading posts.

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    • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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      Originally Posted by Magic Mel View Post

      The War room is amazing indeed! Just don't start getting, overwhelmed with all the stuff in there, look around, and take action.
      Definitely. I'm getting lost in there already. Opened endless amount of threads and went back to 2009 lol

      Originally Posted by gjabiz View Post

      Over the last couple of years I've worked with dozens of Warriors. Here is my observation.

      IF they come from the War Room they are more likely to take ACTION, which is, of course, Planned Activity...

      than if they come to me via the general forum.

      I "think" the reason is, because they were willing to pop for the "pay to enter" fee, they are more likely to take action on their projects.

      It is a simple act, a low cost one at that, which very simply gives an indication of an IMer's seriousness at actually doing something.

      Again, this is all ancedotal and only my experience. But I'd much rather give my time to a Warrior who is in the War Room than one who thinks it is "too much money" to join or who questions the benefits of rubbing elbows with truly EXPERIENCED marketers.

      And I've had over a thousand downloads of my free offers to War Room members, and have developed some good JV's and working deals with several.

      It was always true in the old world of mail order, that a BUYER was an asset and a "freebie" was a liability until they became a buyer. I find it just as true with online activity.

      Another observation in general, the War Room members have more respect for my time than someone from the free forum, who once you answer ONE question for them, somehow think you've obligated yourself to answer every question they have...or as the old saying goes, "no good deed goes unpunished".

      Give me a War Room Warrior every day of the week over the "Freebie" only warrior.

      But, this may just be my own personal experience.

      gjabiz
      I guess that is true you just feel more compelled to use something you paid for I guess

      Originally Posted by PurplePlant View Post

      I agree I was completely stunned! I signed up over the weekend I find all the info quite overwhelming!
      haha have fun... I'm still browsing through the threads looking mainly at link building, marketing, and traffic for my sites. But there's just soo much. Found a list of high pr 7 links.
      I can't believe I purchased lower pr3-7 links on another site.

      Originally Posted by ChickenMan View Post

      Who exactly is Allen? I'm still new at IM so I don't really know all the big names.

      Still, can the War Room really help me out? I'm still pretty skeptical since I tried one program and it didn't work, mainly because of the new Adwords change.
      He's the owner of this fine establishment lol
      I'm curious with how much he makes but that's not my businesses what matters is I find it's of value.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChickenMan
    I'm really itching to dip into my cash reserve and see what the war room is all about. I mean, it all sounds so interesting and at the same time, sounds like a sales pitch.

    Btw, is Says his last name?
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  • Profile picture of the author John Durham
    The war room is awesome. I think that since the beginning of the warrior forum the big message around here is "Dont be afraid to Give"... Anyone who has been around here knows that in IM Giving is the path to recieving.... That fundamental building block in the in the collective mind at this forum is one of the things that has made it the greatest IM forum in the world.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ishan Soni
    For anyone who is NOT a member of the war room, get your @$$ there.

    For $37 its absolutely ridiculous! The information contained is GOLD and there is something for everyone.

    ChickenMan - Dude its not hype. Once you go through the content you'll see. And yes, Says is his last name.
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  • Profile picture of the author KlikApps
    I'll agree... the WarRoom is pretty amazing. I'm so glad I signed up for it.

    Thanks Alan for creating that area...
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    The War Room is definitely worth it, and membership has its privileges. For anyone who is truly serious about IM, the $37 cost should be considered as an investment in your business which will be recouped many times over IF you absorb the valuable information in there AND take action on it! I truly feel that without the knowledge, help and encouragement of the warriors here (especially the War Room ones), I'd not be where I am today in my IM journey!
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  • Profile picture of the author ChickenMan
    Man, now I feel like a magnet now lol. I am definitely going to invest into the War Room then. I still got more stuff for school, but it's only $37.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Durham
    37 bucks for twenty years of education in real world Internet Marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChickenMan
    Same here, count me in as well.
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