How did you first find the Warrior Forum?

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I think I first heard of this forum in an IM related ebook I read back in 2003. I lurked for a while and ended up registering in 2004. I'm so glad I did. I conservatively estimate that I've earned hundreds of thousands of dollars from things I've learned here, probably more.

How about you? How did you first find the Warrior Forum?
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  • Profile picture of the author sdentrepreneur
    It was listed under Forum Marketing in my Carbon Copy Pro back office in 2007, I ignored it for about a year and have been pretty active for 2 years now.
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    • Profile picture of the author Shaun OReilly
      I don't remember exactly how I found this place but I'm
      glad that I did.

      I do, however, remember coming here when Corey Rudl
      passed away in June 2005.

      I've learned a lot from the forum too and particularly
      appreciate the work done by the moderators.

      Dedicated to your success,

      Shaun
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

    How about you? How did you first find the Warrior Forum?
    Joseph Ratliff wrote a blog post about it. I knew him from Five Star and trusted his judgment, so I came over and decided to stay.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Wright
    I found an article network that belonged to Allen Says. I submitted an article that I had found. Later I got an invite to join the Warrior Secret Site. This was in the middle 90s.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kim Davis
    I heard of it through a course I took that James Schramko was promoting. James has his own interactive killer forum and someone mentioned WSO and I asked what's that? And I was directed here.

    Only to be completely lost when I got here but since then between James forum and this forum I have learned a wealth of information that is absolutely priceless. I am still a little slow on the techy stuff but I am forever hooked.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Ryan
      Someone made mention of it in a blog post I read. Don't recall who it was or what blog. I've been here ever since.

      -Tom
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  • Profile picture of the author Ido Jansen
    I was reading an ebook (one of hundreds...) about how to market your own product online - it was a crappy report but the only sentence that caught my eye was
    "Go to Warrior forum and propose a WSO, make it a good price"
    (this was a quote...)
    on second thought, maybe this book wasn't that crappy after all....
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  • Profile picture of the author Barry Unruh
    I found it through another forum where someone was bashing the Warrior Forum. I believe it was AbestWeb, but I'm not 100% sure of that. Their arguments of why the Warrior Forum was so horrible was good enough to make me want to take a look.

    They were right, this is a HORRIBLE place for anyone who wants to make money without effort.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zabrina
    I have no clue how I found it. I think I originally registered in June, then decided to make another account with my real name for my username by the time October came around and I didn't know it was possible to change it, got Help Desk to delete my first account, and settled in to stay.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      I found out about it from a friend of mine at another forum, Marc Meole.

      Coming here was probably the smartest thing I ever did in regard to my
      online business.
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      • Profile picture of the author Shaun OReilly
        Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

        I found out about it from a friend of mine at another forum, Marc Meole.

        Coming here was probably the smartest thing I ever did in regard to my
        online business.
        I remember what I think was your first day on the
        Warrior Forum.

        Like a bull in a china shop! You blew the doors open.

        Man. Talk about making an impact within hours. You
        were the talk of the place when you started making
        your posts.

        Glad you stuck around Steven.

        Dedicated to your success,

        Shaun
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        • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
          Originally Posted by Shaun OReilly View Post

          I remember what I think was your first day on the
          Warrior Forum.

          Like a bull in a china shop! You blew the doors open.

          Man. Talk about making an impact within hours. You
          were the talk of the place when you started making
          your posts.

          Glad you stuck around Steven.

          Dedicated to your success,

          Shaun

          In retrospect, that probably wasn't too smart of me.

          I've learned a lot since those early days...one thing being humbleness.
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          • Profile picture of the author Shannon Herod
            Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

            In retrospect, that probably wasn't too smart of me.

            I've learned a lot since those early days...one thing being humbleness.
            The funny thing is I remember when you joined as well. I think you were almost banned that day? :-)

            What was it like 400 posts in one day?

            Talk soon,

            Shannon
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            • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
              Originally Posted by Shannon Herod View Post

              The funny thing is I remember when you joined as well. I think you were almost banned that day? :-)

              What was it like 400 posts in one day?

              Talk soon,

              Shannon

              It was 80. But after the first 10, who''s counting?
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  • Profile picture of the author R Hagel
    I heard the whispered mumblings about it back around... oh, 2000 or so... on popular forums like Tony Blake's board. At that time people would link to it, but the mods on those forums usually deleted the links (by request) because it was still a closed forum. Eventually I checked it out, and I'm glad I did.

    Cheers,
    Becky
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  • Profile picture of the author cfventura
    The first internet marketing course I've purchased (December/09) they send us here!
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  • Profile picture of the author Val and Traci
    Through a good friend and so glad we did find it..
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  • Profile picture of the author GameVoid
    I was looking for ways to increase traffic to my articles I had written on Suite101 and ran across Digital Point. While browsing that stinkhole I kept hearing people reference Warrior Forum and eventually Googled it and wound up here.

    Then I deleted my bookmark for Digital Point.
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  • Profile picture of the author FrankieTP2
    I donĀ“t remember quite well, but I think it was from RJ's book that mentioned it. It's funny because I had more to learn from this forum than from the book itself. The forum being mentioned was worth more than the actual content lol...
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      I think it was JayXtreme who originally mentioned it to me, in either a message or a forum post elsewhere.
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      • Profile picture of the author affilcrazy
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        I think it was JayXtreme who originally mentioned it to me, in either a message or a forum post elsewhere.
        Same!

        I joined Jay's list while I was a member at WA and he sent out a message one day that linked back to a post here @ WF. The post was a simple, but extremely effective, article marketing model. I believe I spent the rest of that day reading threads here and trying to absorb as much information as possible.

        Cheers
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        • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
          My first exposure was via a message in the old Link Exchange Digest email discussion list. Took a peek, but didn't need the hosting and the idea of a cache of ebooks and stuff sounded dodgy. I wonder sometimes how much that impression cost me over the years.

          Found it again when I decided that, in spite of the good people I'd met and the friends I'd made, network marketing was not for me. Visited on and off for a year or so before I signed up for an account.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
    I was making portal sites from 1994 through 97 when there was a big search engine shakeup (Google). I was trying to find all of the information I could and found an article written by someone who was a member.

    Loved what I was reading and decided to check out The Warrior's Secret Site (I think it was $29).

    The forum came with the deal. Hundreds of reports, ebooks, tools, secret methods for getting more traffic...

    I don't remember if that original forum was the UniSol or if we had another one before UniSol.
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  • Profile picture of the author madmmd
    i searched for internet marketing forum on google and was looking for the forum with maximum number of members and i found warrior forum on the first page itself..
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  • Profile picture of the author chloetaylor
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    I heard about warrior forum from one of my friend and he forced me to use this forum.
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    • Profile picture of the author bretski
      I heard about the WF for the first time from Chris Rempel. It was either through a post on his blog or in a product that I bought from him where he stressed not wasting too much time on the forums. LOL!

      Ok...back to work!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Howard
    I first noticed it when I purchased PIP's - but gosh, that had to be at least 4 or 5 years ago.

    I dropped that, then "refound it" when people were talking about it at Wealthy Affiliate 2 years ago.

    I'm so thankful for this forum - it is directly responsible for over 100,000 dollars earned in my business and ventures I've been involved in, as well as loads of cash indirectly earned through knowledge I have gained here!

    Thanks WF and everyone who made it possible.

    Rob
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    I'm pretty sure I found out about the forum in the late 90's in a book written
    by Marlon Sanders.

    If I recall correctly, the site was a pay site then and, just being out of college,
    I couldn't afford it. At the time, it was MUCH more important that I funnel my
    disposable income into scotch and women.

    If only I knew then what I know now: Drink only single malt (it's about quality,
    not quanity), pony up the fee for the forum and, as far as women go, well,
    SEE: single malt.
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  • Profile picture of the author King Shiloh
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    A friend told me about the forum, I checked it out and fell in love with the red color, which happens to be one of my favorite colors.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeborahDera
    Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

    I think I first heard of this forum in an IM related ebook I read back in 2003. I lurked for a while and ended up registering in 2004. I'm so glad I did. I conservatively estimate that I've earned hundreds of thousands of dollars from things I've learned here, probably more.

    How about you? How did you first find the Warrior Forum?
    I actually joined 2 years ago and forgot about the forum. I have no idea why. I think I stumbled upon the forum while searching for a product review. I'm glad I did find it, though. I had the presence of mind to come back to learn and share...
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  • Profile picture of the author ce2gain
    I'm pretty sure I first heard of the Warrior Forum back when I was a member of a Work at Home Mom Mastermind group. This has to be the busiest forum I've ever participated in - even forums related to hobby niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alfred Shelver
    My husband gave me his old account 3 months ago, he on the other hand was shown here by Maverick Money Makers. I hear that is a swear word now.
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  • Profile picture of the author KarlWarren
    I think my first glimpse of WarriorForum was when I was experimenting in
    marketing after finding Harvey Segal's SuperTips and his ClickBank Success
    Forum.

    Joined and was instantly hooked in by the community here.

    Haven't looked back since.
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  • Profile picture of the author TelZilla
    I originally found the Warrior Forum back in 2001-2002 and signed up. Never posted but lurked. By the time I was ready to post something a couple of years later, I had forgotten what my login was so I created a new account. Been around ever since.
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  • Profile picture of the author WD Mino
    Hi Ron!

    How did I hear of the forum??
    Early on one of the people i bought some products from mentioned they had used the warrior forum to launch a product.

    I kept it in the back of my mind but never joined.
    One day I was thinking "you know. I need some friends in the same kind of venture I learned so much but still don't know enough.
    So I joined up sometimes I get a little hot under the collar I mean hey I am human and sometimes people just Irritate me. Being a member here now for a while and meeting the folks I have has been a tremendous blessing to me. Especially meeting one of my mentors from 10 yrs back Dennis Gaskill-Boogie Jack,Still love that name:p

    Not to mention I have built relationships with folks like Ron and have received some absolutely dynamite advice.
    One thing about forums is there are those who talk and those who do. I appreciate this place and have busted a few people too that is always fun especially when they are ripping folks off under a guise of testimonials etc.... I ended up spending so much time in here I started lacking in my efforts of business.LOL social interaction;gotta love Human Nature.
    thanks to everyone I have met those who have encouraged me and been real. I love ya!
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    • Profile picture of the author bluecode
      dunno when the exactly but i found that this is the famous forum that has a lot of member. hope can learn much and share here.
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  • Profile picture of the author DireStraits
    As far as I recall, one of the first customers of my old web hosting business (who later became quite a good friend) referred me here straight after discovering it himself. That was a number of years ago and I didn't join and begin contributing until much, much later.

    Ironically, I was the one who - albeit being much younger than he was - first got him interested in online business. He went on to make a substantial amount of money with numerous online ventures and subsequently spurred on my interest to delve into the world of passive residual income generation.
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  • Profile picture of the author lazy boy
    By reading guru blogs warning me not to waste too much time on forums.
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    • Profile picture of the author plifter
      I ran across the warrior forum in 2002 but did not see the power in forums back then so did not join. then once I learn how much you can learn in forums I joined this forum and many others like it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shannon Herod
    I found the warrior forum through Plug-In Profits (PIPs). When you signed up for that program you needed to sign up to Allen's hosting company Host 4 Profit. As a customer to Host 4 Profit you are given a free membership to the Warrior Forum.

    I believe that was in 2002. I was hooked every sense. I do not know what my profile sign-up date is but I remember signing up and then later re-signing up under my real name. The first time I signed up it was under a pseudonym which I can't even remember.

    But, I soon realized that having my own name was much more valuable. So, I re-signed up under my own name.

    I cannot believe I've been doing this for eight years now.

    Absolutely crazy.

    Talk soon,

    Shannon Herod
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  • Profile picture of the author James Foster
    Hate to admit it, but I'm pretty sure I heard about it first in the Rich Jerk ebook.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
    Many many years ago, Ewen Chia mentioned it in one of his promotional materials....It was one of his best nuggets of information that I ever read!
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  • Profile picture of the author Will Edwards
    I think originally, I heard about it through a book by Harvey Segal, but it was a paid forum at the time so I ignored it. Then, later I read about it in the Rich Jerk's book - probably the best recommendation in the book actually.

    Finally, I was searching for something in Google and saw a Warrior Forum post that actually referenced my main site; and, at that time, I thought I should join.

    Will
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    • Profile picture of the author tpw
      Referral from Willie Crawford...

      I had heard also from Stone Evans, but I did not look into it until Willie mentioned it...
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      • Profile picture of the author James Clark
        Ron,

        Have the shortest memory known to mankind. Honestly, that is a true statement. I play golf. If I remembered every bad shot that I hit, believe me I would be standing in front of "The New World Trade Center" with my hand out.

        When I came online was cocky and thought I new everything about Marketing. I was WRONG. Boy, what a lesson I have learned. And I learned it right here.

        To the best that I can remember, was out surfing one day and ran across and Article and click on it and somehow ended on the Warrior Forum.

        Without a doubt, the best move I have every made for my online business, period.

        Jimmy.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeff Henshaw
          I found it through another forum where someone was bashing the Warrior Forum.
          I'm sure that's how I found it too. I can't even remember the name of the 'bashing' forum, so that could be an indication of how useful it really was (to me at least).

          I'm in debt to that long forgotten forum, for 'introducing' me here. I only frequent a few forums, but this is best of them as it a constantly updating mine of first class information and the best place to ask questions which are relevant to my activities on and off line.

          Just my thoughts,

          Jeff.
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          • Profile picture of the author birdman87
            I think it was a kind of helpfull/braggy post about taking action and how actually easy it is to make money online on the four hour work week forum.
            found this place and i guess IM was what I had always been searching for.

            Great forum although I've never really looked at the others. Why would I need to?
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            • Profile picture of the author Tom B
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              I did a search for "furry idiot" and found Kevin Riley's forum profile here. Even after wanting to gouge my eyes out from viewing Kevin's profile picture, I soaked in all the information and slowly built up a business.
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          • Profile picture of the author semmyw
            My friend recommended this forum, I am very thankful that he did
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          • Profile picture of the author Steve Sieloff
            I was part of a beta test group for a new IM training program and in the program's forum someone posted something like, "You should see what xxxxxx posted at the Warrior Forum".

            So, ok, what's this Warrior Forum? Did a google search to see if I could find it.

            I signed up and started reading posts. It must have been one of those times where there were several heated discussions going on and several people were getting torn to shreds in some threads.

            That was pretty intimidating so it took some time to figure out who some of the regulars here were and to to get up the nerve to make a post. But, all went well and I've been here ever since.
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  • Profile picture of the author dbarnum
    Had to research this forum as part of an Elance project for John Delavera many, many moons ago. Best project ever, leading me here
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

    I think I first heard of this forum in an IM related ebook I read back in 2003. I lurked for a while and ended up registering in 2004. I'm so glad I did. I conservatively estimate that I've earned hundreds of thousands of dollars from things I've learned here, probably more.

    How about you? How did you first find the Warrior Forum?
    A little over a decade ago I downloaded a viral report written by Allen Says. In it there was a link to a website that led to this forum. I lurked on and off for a few years before I registered under my current name. Its been an interesting ride to say the least.

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  • Profile picture of the author magicmarcus
    1999 the old warrior membership site!
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  • Profile picture of the author Don Schenk
    I bought Rosalind Gardner's book "The Super Affiliate Handbook," and the WF was either listed in there, or was listed at her website as being the place to go for information.

    :-Don
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  • Profile picture of the author natorob
    I was sent over to the WF by a friend. I followed along for about 3-4 years before I actually started actively contributing.

    Truthfully, I wanted to get some online experience first so I could actually add value before posting; but I have learned some real interesting stuff here...
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    I had used google to find out what an affiliate program was after enquiring about buying someone's site on a forum.

    After figuring out what affiliate marketing was, I started promoting through free methods. I used Yahoo Answers back then and some of the answers I did still bring me a small amount each month, to this day.

    I could never get it to much more than $150/month so I searched online using various searches about making money online, not sure all what I typed in the search box, and kept coming to warrior forum. I thought it a strange name for a make money online forum, at first, and the name just confused me so I clicked away. But with more searches in the same week, warrior forum posts just kept popping up so I started reading and eventually became a member.

    It was only Google searches, for me, really.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Marshall
      I joined the Warrior Forum after reading Yanik Silver's book Moonlighting on the Internet. I was looking for a way to make money online, and I found his book at the bookstore. I bought the book, went through it quickly, and then he mentioned the Warrior Forum.

      That was probably the most important tip I picked up from that book!
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  • Profile picture of the author shabit87
    I think I did I google search and browsed the site from time to time. Then I actually joined and found the warriorforum to be an excellent source for knowledge!
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    • Profile picture of the author hugofortin
      Originally Posted by shabit87 View Post

      I think I did I google search and browsed the site from time to time. Then I actually joined and found the warriorforum to be an excellent source for knowledge!
      Same thing for me! Ah google we can find a lot of things, but not always good things. lol

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  • Profile picture of the author Mcrofts
    I Have No Idea How I first Found WF.

    I Remember seeing the Site in December2009 January2010, I think I Heard about WF in a IM Course.
    One of the Noob Aimed Course's ahh, Michael Jones - The Affiliate Code

    I Didn't Like Forum's Back then, & For Month's I didn't Sign up, as I Couldn't See anything really worth it on Here & I Saw alot of stupid Question's & Doubt of making money online & some Negativity.

    lol THEN I found out Actually Sign up & Join the WarRoom, & Actually Look AROUND the Site lol & theres GoodStuff Everywhereeee

    There's MANY People Who know what there talking about on here & Are Very Successful.

    But also Getting alot Of people who are Less than Noob & just seem like they turned on the Computer.. & are wondering how the Money Spit's out? or which Button.. or... oh know it's Broken : (
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Crim
    I got a email from allen back in late 90's for the secret site and the community associated with it. I think I still have a copy of the email somewhere in archives on one of my hard drives, somewhere.

    I asked around to a few people whether it was legit and what they thought, then signed up. Back then it was a paid membership for one lifetime payment, though the forum itself was never locked so anyone that knew how to find it could get in, paid or not. The forum was more a bonus on top of the secret site which had the largest collection of info I had seen about making money online in one place at the time.

    - T
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  • Profile picture of the author BlondieWrites
    I first heard about it back in about 2003 when I was read a post about the former Webseed.com. I've knew about it long before I joined. Now I wonder why I waited so long!


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  • Profile picture of the author Sardent
    It was listed in a Willie Crawford product I purchased.
    Which it turns out is still the best one I purchased.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    The forum name kept popping up in other forums as the place to be, so naturally it was worth a peek
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    • Profile picture of the author noangel
      Back in the 90's Allen emailed me to say he was starting a
      private membership site and would I be interested in joining...
      I am proud to say I am an original Warrior.
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  • Profile picture of the author jennadrew
    I first found the Warrior Forum in 2007 from a book I was reading (maybe Internet Cash Machine?). I didn't realize the power of forums until much, much later though!
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    • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
      Originally Posted by teaball View Post

      Allan is my son.
      Then you would know his name is spelled "Allen". Sorry, couldn't resist.

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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Baker
    I am sure it was just recommendations from others which led me here, very very worth the time to come and sign up.
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  • Profile picture of the author ivanadee
    I knew WF from an IM ebook. I forgot what ebook what I have to thank the writer for introducing me this forum
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  • Profile picture of the author theentry
    By lurking on google and searching for affiliate forums
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  • Profile picture of the author Randy Daugherty
    I found warrior forum while searching on the internet. I don't regret the time I found this site..It is really great and helpful
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas De
    The forum was mentioned in another online marketing forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author revenue27
    I read a blog ( forgot the name) posted about some forum marketing strategy , that referring me to Warriors Forum, and yeah this forums has bring a lot of benefits for my IM journey, rather then the other Largest IM forum, this forum has more honest and real people inside with a great deals n quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author Colin Y
    I heard about this forum form they guys at the Thirty Day Challenge.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Donne
    Crikey , i think a friend referred me or I saw it on a search engine, to be honest I joined then did nothing , no contribution whatsoever, however I have to say GENUINELY, its a great place to be, an absolute mine of info, which is good to both pick up from and rustle it up from the old memory bank,If the truth be told I think we all to some degree forget more than we know and use, and that info is what we all cut our teeth on, Great Job
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  • Profile picture of the author Riz
    Went to WIS in 2006, got suckered into a buying a really bad coaching course for $5k.

    As bad as the coaching course was the best thing the 'coach' told us about was the Warriorforum.

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  • Profile picture of the author wentworth
    My friend recommend me this forums. Well before I'm afraid to participate here. I thought all members here are very strict but I find them friendly and intelligent as long as you participate.
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    • Profile picture of the author Famook
      Heard about it and joined in 2007 from the Rich Jerk course. Have just really started reading up here as of late though.
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  • Profile picture of the author cowboyrob
    I'm pretty sure I googled "how to get my blank together" using a naughty word in place of "blank", and the WF homepage was #1. Somethin like that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Online Bliss
    I needed a question answered, the top Google results
    led to one of these pages here on this forum.
    So long ago I cannot remember what the subject was.
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    You've got it Made
    with the Guy in the Shades!
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    I believe I first found out about this forum from an email that I received from an existing warrior in here; I was on his list and I remember he was very enthused about the community here and also about the huge potential of WSOs (I can't remember his name now though).

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