How Many WSO Have You Bought Last Month? Are they working?

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Hi;

Just want ask simple question where we can have a good discussion and motivation to keep us "FOCUS".

1.As per title says, how many WSO have you bought last month?
2.How much did you spend for it?
3.Have you try it?
4.Are they working?


For myself,
1. I bought 3 WSOs last month
2. I spent approximately $40
3. I tried few of the technique
4. Some of them yes. Some of them no
#bought #month #working #wso
  • Profile picture of the author Freddie Crossberg
    Bought 1 last month. Think I ended up paying $67 because I missed the limited copies and I bought straight from the website at retail.

    $6400 profit so far. Will probably do $100,000 or more in the next 5 - 7 months from this WSO.

    It is actually shaping into a nice little business with 2 part time staff already employed and we have yet to really ramp things up.

    There are more than one WSO that can make you a lot of money. Trick is to actually get into gear and apply the methods. Most people dont.

    Sam
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    • Profile picture of the author theemperor
      Originally Posted by Sam Dunning View Post

      Bought 1 last month. Think I ended up paying $67 because I missed the limited copies and I bought straight from the website at retail.

      $6400 profit so far. Will probably do $100,000 or more in the next 5 - 7 months from this WSO.

      It is actually shaping into a nice little business with 2 part time staff already employed and we have yet to really ramp things up.

      There are more than one WSO that can make you a lot of money. Trick is to actually get into gear and apply the methods. Most people dont.

      Sam
      Wow Sam that's a good return on a simple WSO. Did that WSO have all the information you need, or did your previous marketing experience help.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Barboza
      An that WSO link is [insert link here please]

      Originally Posted by Sam Dunning View Post

      Bought 1 last month. Think I ended up paying $67 because I missed the limited copies and I bought straight from the website at retail.

      $6400 profit so far. Will probably do $100,000 or more in the next 5 - 7 months from this WSO.

      It is actually shaping into a nice little business with 2 part time staff already employed and we have yet to really ramp things up.

      There are more than one WSO that can make you a lot of money. Trick is to actually get into gear and apply the methods. Most people dont.

      Sam
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    • Profile picture of the author Frank Ayres
      Originally Posted by Sam Dunning View Post

      Bought 1 last month. Think I ended up paying $67 because I missed the limited copies and I bought straight from the website at retail.

      $6400 profit so far. Will probably do $100,000 or more in the next 5 - 7 months from this WSO.

      It is actually shaping into a nice little business with 2 part time staff already employed and we have yet to really ramp things up.

      There are more than one WSO that can make you a lot of money. Trick is to actually get into gear and apply the methods. Most people dont.

      Sam
      What WSO was this?
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    • Profile picture of the author Angii Anderton
      Originally Posted by Sam Dunning View Post

      There are more than one WSO that can make you a lot of money. Trick is to actually get into gear and apply the methods. Most people dont.

      Sam
      You are SOOO Correct! As someone on the back end of building and watching and supporting students of these WSO purchases, I would say about 10% - 25% apply the principles and make money. Those who do, do very well typically - depending on what the product is and who developed it, obviously.
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    • Profile picture of the author N4PGW
      Did you buy anything in addition to the WSO for it to work?

      Originally Posted by Sam Dunning View Post

      Bought 1 last month. Think I ended up paying $67 because I missed the limited copies and I bought straight from the website at retail.

      $6400 profit so far. Will probably do $100,000 or more in the next 5 - 7 months from this WSO.

      It is actually shaping into a nice little business with 2 part time staff already employed and we have yet to really ramp things up.

      There are more than one WSO that can make you a lot of money. Trick is to actually get into gear and apply the methods. Most people dont.

      Sam
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Douglas
    I had no time to buy anything. I was too busy selling stuff. :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
      Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

      I had no time to buy anything. I was too busy selling stuff. :-)
      Hi Ron,

      You certainly inspired me today.



      All the best,
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    • Profile picture of the author bretski
      Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

      I had no time to buy anything. I was too busy selling stuff. :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author Nazbir.Bd
      Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

      I had no time to buy anything. I was too busy selling stuff. :-)
      Very encouraging Ron .

      I haven't bought any WSO yet ( but never missed any Free WSO )

      Though have earned few money by selling .

      But have learned many things by spending a lot of time in reading threads and the replies on different section of this forum , really helps .

      Maybe I will buy some WSO's , as soon as I find out which one will work for me
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    • Profile picture of the author N4PGW
      Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

      I had no time to buy anything. I was too busy selling stuff. :-)
      So you're the one who sold the WSO to Sam Dunning! Ha, we figured you out!
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    • Profile picture of the author Matthew Iannotti
      Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

      I had no time to buy anything. I was too busy selling stuff. :-)

      LOL ..I like that..
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  • Profile picture of the author Tomwood
    I bought 2, 1 is good but it's in a niche I know little about I am considering having a go will be looking into it a bit deeper this afternoon.

    I agree with Sam the secret is to get into gear I use to buy wso on an almost daily basis and use very few of them

    I would be curious to know what you bought Sam and how you made $6400 so quickly maybe there's an wso in this for yourself
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Gosse
    I spent $1500+ on WSO's in Aug.

    Not buying them, bumping my own

    They are working.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Piteo
    I'm with Ron. If you really want to make money you should spend more time selling than buying. If you buy a WSO that shows you a method of selling something at least test that method until you get a couple of hundred visitors.

    Since WSO's are usually cheap it's very easy to get caught up in a cycle of buying and learning without doing anything. The next sales letter always makes things look easier than what you are trying to do right now, but it's usually not the case. It's just someone using clever persuasion techniques on you.

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  • Profile picture of the author 2d0k
    I bought 3 WSOs last month.. 2 of these work while doesn't.. Spent about $120 for all..
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  • Profile picture of the author bertuseng
    i already have enouh on my plate so the only WSOs i buy are PLR pruducts and software. And yes I also spend alot of money on bumping. hehe.
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    • Profile picture of the author brendan301
      Originally Posted by bertuseng View Post

      i already have enouh on my plate so the only WSOs i buy are PLR pruducts and software. And yes I also spend alot of money on bumping. hehe.
      same here, lately i've been buying plr, software and services. if the wso doesn't have anything to do with increasing traffic to my sites, i'm not interested. i've gotta stay focused. however this is a wso on cpa that i'm considering, but not anytime soon. i gotta do like Ron says and do more selling.
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      • Profile picture of the author N4PGW
        Originally Posted by brendan301 View Post

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        Ha Ha! Now you are talking! 73!
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
      Originally Posted by dannyadams View Post

      I never bought or created a WSO that worked. Never! I don't think anyone has.

      I'll rephrase your question then answer it.

      "How many WSOs have you bought that provide you to tools to succeed"

      My answer to that is quite a few. I never actually "DO" the WSO, I just form the relationship with the vendor and try to implement some of the information inside of my current plan. I never alter my plan though.


      Always remember...

      You can have all the hammers in the world, but if you don't have a hand to swing them, they will never "WORK".
      Thanks for the head's up.

      ~M~



      p.s. Does it always have to be about semantics with you? Yeeeeaaaawwwwnnnnn!
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    I think I bought 4 in August. I usually buy WSO's just for the information contained. I view them nowadays more as educational than actionable. Sure, I buy one now and then that looks like it might be something I could take action on to add an income stream. But most of the time I'm buying to add to my knowledge of this market (IM & MMO).

    I guess the lesson is, don't assume all WSO purchases are made by people looking to put the info to immediate use to make money. I know that's why most people do it, but if you can afford it and if you're choosy about which Warriors you buy from, it's a great way to educate yourself as well.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author tpsolutions1
    Has anyone heard back from Sam on his WSO that is bringing him so much success?
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Peters Benn
    I bought one, have gotten phenomenal success from it - the producer put a lot of hard work into it.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChickenMan
    Two recently(Wordpress Teen and Blogger Domination). Haven't tried them yet due to school schedule but I got a 4 day weekend to try them both and see if they work

    I usually don't buy any WSOs unless they are 100% legit and I do a ton of research on the person

    No I'm not stalking, just making sure I don't waste money
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    • Profile picture of the author BigDaddys101
      WSO's scare me

      But I do make it there every once and a while when I am ready to buy a product, usually for a coupon or discount and WF pops up in google. Just the other day looking for a contentfx coupon actaully
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      • Profile picture of the author N4PGW
        Originally Posted by BigDaddys101 View Post

        WSO's scare me

        But I do make it there every once and a while when I am ready to buy a product, usually for a coupon or discount and WF pops up in google. Just the other day looking for a contentfx coupon actaully
        Likewise, I try to stay away unless I have a purpose in mind. I search for PLR, Autoblogging and oursourcing topics because they will all work together towards my goal. Once in a while, I browse it, but I don't get caught up wanting them all like I did when I first started.

        My problem has been that every ad that gets my attention, actually teaches me something, or it says something I quickly know I want (not talking about the million/hour in 10 minutes,) at that moment, it seems like the best path to go, and it seems easier than it turns out to be.

        After having bombed out on four different programs, yes, a strike-out failure in those systems, I figured that my best bet is to take a path where my knowledge is strongest. For me, that is blogging.

        I have now reached the point where I have all the information and tools necessary to move forward on my goals so I am not even interested in buying new AutoBlogging systems. I am more interested in outsourcing, unique content and traffic than anything else. If it doesn't address one of those, I typically walk away uninterested. What a change!
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Benjamin
    Originally Posted by Raja Kamil View Post

    Hi;

    Just want ask simple question where we can have a good discussion and motivation to keep us "FOCUS".

    1.As per title says, how many WSO have you bought last month?
    2.How much did you spend for it?
    3.Have you try it?
    4.Are they working?


    For myself,
    1. I bought 3 WSOs last month
    2. I spent approximately $40
    3. I tried few of the technique
    4. Some of them yes. Some of them no
    1.As per title says, how many WSO have you bought last month?

    In the last 3 months, I bought 2.

    2.How much did you spend for it?

    $17 and $27

    3.Have you try it?

    Oh yes.

    4.Are they working?

    Oh no. Not really both did not work the way you would
    think it would work following the course alone. They are
    both in the same kind of business, but different approaches.

    Trying the first one ($17) almost made me want to pull
    out my hair. After asking more questions about the TRUTH
    about the effectiveness, it was for lack of words admitted
    to be a "hit and miss" method.

    It worked, but when he says "results may vary", they can
    vary... a lot (and usually in the negative)

    There were to many variables in the 1st method to make
    it worth doing a 2nd time without risking losing money again.

    The 2nd method, was actually really, really good. It thought
    me most of what I know about what I'm doing now.

    Problem was, the hybrid combination doesn't really work for
    ME (although I believe it worked for the author). Again, to
    many "if than" variables to make it worth my while unless I
    just have money to spend -- and I do, but I hate wasting
    it.

    So how did they help in what I'm doing today?

    Although I lost money in both methods, I still believed it
    worked -- I just had to find a system that made it work.

    And I did. But I wouldn't have went searching for it if it
    wasn't for both of those WSO's exposing me to a different
    way of doing marketing.

    I did not know anything about what I'm doing today if it
    were never for those WSO's, so I'd say I'd got my money's
    worth -- in a phenomenal way.
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    • Profile picture of the author N4PGW
      Originally Posted by WhoIsBenjamin View Post

      The 2nd method, was actually really, really good. It thought
      me most of what I know about what I'm doing now.

      Problem was, the hybrid combination doesn't really work for
      ME (although I believe it worked for the author). Again, to
      many "if than" variables to make it worth my while unless I
      just have money to spend -- and I do, but I hate wasting
      it.
      I seem to have a similar problem, as do many other newbies, that too many choices are confusing when you have no experience.

      I think courses for newbies need to be broken down into two or more sections. Section 1 is a minimalist approach with no choices. Just a proven pattern that works, even if only a little. Step-by-step from A to M. Then the subsequent sections can elaborate and give choices and teach more advanced steps that cover from N-Z.

      To me, the only alternatives need to be what tool you are using when it comes to tools. WP Robot verses WP-O-Matic, for example compares free verses paid options.
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  • Profile picture of the author N4PGW
    I'll have to count.

    1) Outsourcing
    2) A setup AutoBlog
    2a) w/AutoBlog System
    3) AutoBlogging System
    4) Quick Cash System
    5) PLR for the AutoBlogs

    I tested out the outsourcing, and I read through the Quick cash system. I am not using either of these right now, but I am going to work them into my plans as I get further along.

    The combination of the two autoblog systems (and a third non-WSO) are all in line with the direction I am going. The combination created a bit more of a learning curve and I would have progressed faster had I just stuck to only one. However, the two WSO autoblog system, though very different, compliment each other in their approaches and tools. I am actually in the process of testing two slightly different systems, each primarily following one of the systems. However, they both incorporate things from both systems.

    Did all this get me distracted? NO! In fact, except for the Quick-Cash, everything helped keep my focus and reinforce the direction I am moving. I have learned a lot. Now I am in the process of building the blogs.

    I don't remember how much I spent. When I have left-over tips money after filling my car, I put it aside until I can afford something I want.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChickenMan
      Originally Posted by N4PGW View Post

      I'll have to count.

      1) Outsourcing
      2) A setup AutoBlog
      2a) w/AutoBlog System
      3) AutoBlogging System
      4) Quick Cash System
      5) PLR for the AutoBlogs

      I tested out the outsourcing, and I read through the Quick cash system. I am not using either of these right now, but I am going to work them into my plans as I get further along.

      The combination of the two autoblog systems (and a third non-WSO) are all in line with the direction I am going. The combination created a bit more of a learning curve and I would have progressed faster had I just stuck to only one. However, the two WSO autoblog system, though very different, compliment each other in their approaches and tools. I am actually in the process of testing two slightly different systems, each primarily following one of the systems. However, they both incorporate things from both systems.

      Did all this get me distracted? NO! In fact, except for the Quick-Cash, everything helped keep my focus and reinforce the direction I am moving. I have learned a lot. Now I am in the process of building the blogs.

      I don't remember how much I spent. When I have left-over tips money after filling my car, I put it aside until I can afford something I want.
      By Autoblogging, are you referring to Carty's Autoblogging software?
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  • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
    I buy many WSO's each month to see what others are doing and to learn. Some are just incredibly genius. Many others, not so much. But it's all education in marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Baker
    Look as stated if you are investing in any WSO you must put the techniques and processes learned into action otherwise you are just setting yourself up for a some what of a failure. I have brought a few and will stop there, I want to have the freedom to explore what is in these WSO's I have purchased and try to implement what other Warriors are doing themselves to see if I have the same success as they may have.

    my 2cents.
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