Are you a war room member?

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How great is it?

Are there things in there to learn that are real make money type stuff?


And how much would you pay for that membership NOW after joining?





Micah Rush
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken Preuss
    Micah,

    There's so much gold in that thing it's not even funny. It almost makes your head spin.

    It's best if you already have a chosen path because at least that way you won't get distracted by what you don't need (since it's all top shelf).

    Just for Allen's contributions alone I'd pay hundreds...

    Ken
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  • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
    Yes I am a member and was one of the few to actually get in first and add some content, the war room is a great place and the information in there is pretty much priceless. Allen has a golden gem with the war room and you will make a wise investment if you sign up for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author J. Barry Mandel
    I'd easily pay $197 if I had to.

    But, after remembering that this is a lifetime subscription $497 would be a bargain so yes I would pay that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eric Land
    I think the war room would be worth 10 times as much considering the information i have gotten so far is probably worth 10 times as much as i paid and you get 20 years of membership

    So if your not a part of it yet you should be
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  • Profile picture of the author CanuckMike
    By far the best deal on the net for Internet Marketing. There is so much information that trying to take it all in is tough.

    To pay so little to have advice from Allen to me is priceless.

    Today, asked to renew for the lifetime membership I would pay around 200 or so...or even more.
    Knowing Allen is going to continue to post in there is invaluable.
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  • Profile picture of the author pjs
    It's less than $40 and worth every cent. A lot of valuable information.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dixiebelle
    Micah: Imagine all the "Gurus" that you have encountered that have offered premium products at $67.00, $97.00, $147.00, and more. Now imagine that it is all free. That's the War Room.

    Don't walk Micah - run to that order button with your credit card in hand, and get in before Allen changes his mind and ups the price. You'll never look back.

    Dixie
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  • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
    I Don't think War room is free.

    I think Allen is paying us to join it because I sure would have paid atleast ten times more than what I have paid for joining the war room.

    -Lakshay
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Carl Kelly
    There is stuff in the War Room given away for FREE that is sold outside the War Room for much more than the $37 it costs to join for 20 years.

    Best $37 I've spent in IM.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lance K
    Originally Posted by MicahF7 View Post

    How great is it?
    It's THAT great!

    Originally Posted by MicahF7 View Post

    Are there things in there to learn that are real make money type stuff?
    Yes. There are AT LEAST 5 posts on page one alone worth multiples of what Allen is charging for access to the War Room.


    Originally Posted by MicahF7 View Post

    And how much would you pay for that membership NOW after joining?
    Whatever Allen decides to charge as long as he can illustrate what a good value it is. And I think that's been proven by all the feedback in this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
    Trust us Micah. The War Room is worth every penny and much more. The contacts I've made from joining is worth well more than any cost. Don't hesitate any longer. I will see you in there.
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  • Profile picture of the author gailg
    It is most certainly worth joining, in fact you can't afford not to, you will be amazed at the information and advice being given in there for free, it will give you a gold mine of ideas, and has mentioned just Allen's contribution alone is fantastic.

    Gail
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  • Profile picture of the author admin
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    Thanks for the great reviews everyone!

    But hang on, because it's about to get even better...
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    • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
      Hey Allen!

      Those reviews are not just rave reviews... They are the truth.

      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      But hang on, because it's about to get even better...
      And I am looking forward to something new that you mention... But what is it? Any clues?

      -Lakshay
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    • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      Thanks for the great reviews everyone!

      But hang on, because it's about to get even better...
      Allen, with you that is not a surprise, you always seem to raise the bar eventhough its pretty much at the top anways, thanks for everything!
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Keyes
      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      Thanks for the great reviews everyone!

      But hang on, because it's about to get even better...
      Don't keep us in suspense... pleaaase! Wonder what you have up your sleeve...

      The War Room is invaluable. I keep an eye on it every single day for new posts. If you want to expand your IM education and learn strategies that cost mega bucks elsewhere, don't even blink before signing up - just do it!

      You'll be glad you did!
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Faber
    I'm a member and have been since early on. I've been into IM in one capacity or another for about 4 years. Joining The War Room was, by far, of the best and most powerful things I've ever done to further my business. The information in there is simply invaluable. There are dozens of highly successful marketers sharing things you'd otherwise have to pay very large amounts of money for. You'll find everything in there to take your business from $0 to as far as your ability and perseverance will let you. It's a fabulous investment in your business future.
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    • Profile picture of the author getsmartt
      Well, lets see, take every penny you ever spent on IM info products, double that, multiply it by 10 and that should give you an idea of what the membership is worth.
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  • Profile picture of the author MeTellYou
    Man... I am sold. Where is My Credit card? Oh no! my wife cut it up! ufff.... good thing we still have paypal
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  • Profile picture of the author dvduval
    I haven't had a chance to look into the War Room yet, as I have had a lot of other projects going on. I enjoy seeing what people are talking about in the public forum, and if I had more time, I would probably look into it. Maybe I will in 2009.
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  • Profile picture of the author xtwistx
    Any War Room member can tell us if he got his money back ? or profit ? ^^ cuz lot of War Room Members told that its great and so on, but nothing about profit.
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    • Profile picture of the author Gary King
      Originally Posted by xtwistx View Post

      Any War Room member can tell us if he got his money back ? or profit ? ^^ cuz lot of War Room Members told that its great and so on, but nothing about profit.
      Well, this thread is almost two years old but to answer your question....

      It's NOT a program or a package. It's a huge collection of products and knowledge shared by fellow War Room members. So there's no way to say "I bought this and made x dollars" like there is with a WSO or something.

      That said, I have no doubt that knowledge gained there has generated profit for lots of people - it absolutely has for me.

      If you go into a War Room membership wanting to know if there's a refund, save your money.

      You don't have the right mental attitude to learn from what's in there. You'll get stuck, bounce from one thing to the next and it will be blamed on the fact that there's something wrong with the War Room and you want a refund.

      Look, search the forum for War Room. Read those posts of praise. Read the posts in this 2 year old thread above yours (again that praise the war room).

      In the end, it's up to how you USE the information you find. In life, and in the War Room.

      There's a TON of great stuff there. End of story. If you are looking for a plan that goes like this:

      Buy War Room Membership --> Do Nothing --> Get Rich

      Then, you'll be sadly disappointed.

      I'm NOT saying you are, it just seems you're coming at it from a "I don't think this will work and I've been scammed like crazy so I don't want to move forward" perspective.

      I realize that people get overwhelmed and spend money on things that aren't worth the electronic ones and zeroes that make them up...

      The War Room isn't one of those things.

      All success,

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    • Profile picture of the author EdgeStorm
      Originally Posted by xtwistx View Post

      Any War Room member can tell us if he got his money back ? or profit ? ^^ cuz lot of War Room Members told that its great and so on, but nothing about profit.
      The thing is no matter how much proven learning materials you are fed with, you will not go anywhere if you don't take action.

      There are TONS of such info out there. Members share the exact blueprint & strategies that they PERSONALLY use themselves in order to achieve such success.

      With that said in mind, yes there are so many warriors out there who have gained so much profits from applying the great info found in there. It's just that most of them do not bother to reply.

      ps: Sorry I forgot to mention. Even though my account here shows that I'm not a war member, the truth is I am a war member, but under a different account name. This account is used for a newly business model (under another business name) that I'm venturing into.
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  • Profile picture of the author kbs
    I paid $37 for a 20 yr membership and it's totally worh it. The free software that's available from the members would easily cost you $50-$100 a pop. I have at least 3-4 of them and they're all great.
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  • Profile picture of the author King Shiloh
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    OP,

    You don't really know what you have been missing for the past 2 years that you joined the Warrior Forum.

    You have missed quite a lot. Please stop asking about the benefits and join the ark.
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  • Profile picture of the author gjabiz
    ONE: You'll find Warriors (like myself) who are seeking Joint Ventures and it could be a good way for a newb to get started and stay established.

    TWO: NICHE specific information. Learn to use the SEARCH feature (and one piece of advice, is to start a new desktop folder to put links to this valuable information) and you will find tons of very specific HOW TO type of information for practically any IM topic you can think of.

    THREE: GIVE something. If only your time and attention, it will be returned to you 10 times over. It is a way to INTRODUCE yourself to one IM community with the people who can help you make your goals happen.

    FOUR: It is CURRENT. You'll find the most up to date research and TESTS done by IMers, and you'll be ahead of the "Trend Curve" if you pay attention to what people are doing.

    FIVE: It can help you NARROW YOUR FOCUS, by having a wide range a smorgasbord of topics, you can nibble and sample on a few until you find one that suits your ways.

    I'm sure there are other ways to profit from the War Room.

    Just a WARNING. Go into with an idea of keeping what you find ORGANIZED. It is why I suggest a new folder to store stuff in. You'll read something and then read some more and pretty soon you could forget where you read such and such.

    I've got several sub folders and when I see something new for that sub folder, I know exactly where to find it.

    gjabiz
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  • Profile picture of the author DynamicIMS
    Makes me want to look inside
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    • Profile picture of the author FredJones
      Yes I am. Yes I know I am responding to a 2-year old thread. And yes I am responding because I know what a great thing I have done by joining War Room.

      Since this thread is up here, let me as well say it: if you are on the fence on whether you should spend on War Room versus some other product that claims to make you money, spend on the War Room. You shall probably make gold if some other product could make you just money.
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  • Profile picture of the author DynamicIMS
    ok I am over the fence signing up now!
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
      Originally Posted by DynamicIMS View Post

      ok I am over the fence signing up now!
      Good on you sir and if Allens adding something new and the things going to get better still, I'm going to have a beer after I finish my work to celebrate.

      Bravo Allen!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Newman
    I started making real money as soon as I joined, and I've not scratched its surface.The info is worth at least $3700.00 And,I don't buy stuff as I used to... I can get most FREE in the WR.
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  • Profile picture of the author DynamicIMS
    I see what you mean, it is still a firehose of information, however, one that is directed a little better.
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    • Profile picture of the author Gary King
      Originally Posted by DynamicIMS View Post

      I see what you mean, it is still a firehose of information, however, one that is directed a little better.
      Stay focused in there...

      A firehose pumping at full force will do no good if it's aimed at the wrong house.

      My two cents is to start with the posts by Admin. That will give you days worth of stuff to chew on.
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    I am a member and the fact that you are paying one time offer to get the content and products, it is simply worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author KEKilpatrick
    Don't debate, just do it, a very wise investment indeed!
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  • Profile picture of the author sounding_loud
    i shall join
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam James
    Its worth the money dont hesitate in joining.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    It's worth many, many times that initial $37 cost, IF you learn from what's in there and IMPLEMENT it! You'll just have to learn to keep yourself from being overloaded with the wealth of information found in there.

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    • Profile picture of the author madzstar
      Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

      It's worth many, many times that initial $37 cost, IF you learn from what's in there and IMPLEMENT it! You'll just have to learn to keep yourself from being overloaded with the wealth of information found in there.

      Paul

      Dat good huh. then maybe i should join it right now
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  • Profile picture of the author AFI
    Just one thread will get you your money's worth.
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    • Profile picture of the author jeskola
      I just joined
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    I guess how much you are willing to pay depends on how useful you think the info is to you, or how to make it work
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  • Profile picture of the author tsneds
    Originally Posted by MicahF7 View Post

    How great is it?

    Are there things in there to learn that are real make money type stuff?


    And how much would you pay for that membership NOW after joining?





    Micah Rush
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    It is magnificent!
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  • Profile picture of the author BobBessette
    Based on all of the responses thus far it appears that it is definitely worth the investment. I think I may join and soon.
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    • Profile picture of the author Micah Medina
      We should make a thread called "War Room Status: Still Awesome, Yes You Should Buy It"

      and sticky it.
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    • Profile picture of the author joannemori
      I was told about warrior forum by an offline friend, as he said it could help me out with an online business I have. He also advised I join the war room.
      So, I joined WF, and a few hours later, I joined the war room. It's probably saved me a fortune. Without the war room, I would have spent a lot of money on WSO 's. With the war room, I find there's more than enough solid information to keep me busy. Perhaps too much for the first few weeks.
      If you're an "I like my answers all in one place with no need to keep my credit card handy" sort, then join and lap it up!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Squeeze
    What I would like to know is do you have free access to everything when you join like posting wso's, posting in the sell or trade and joint venture or do you still have to pay a fee?
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  • Profile picture of the author ancor
    Providing that in the forum there is a question of this type, the respuesta are in his immense majority a favor of the room of the warriors.
    What makes me think that the relaciòn quality I boast is favorable the price, or said otherwise, the room gives more than it costs.

    Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author DireStraits
    I only joined the War Room about 2 days ago, after having been a member here for over 2 years (though only an active poster with any regularity since the past couple of months or so).

    I avoided it largely because I wanted to remain focused on what it was I was already doing; I didn't want to get sidetracked. I think my "concern" was somewhat valid, actually, haha!

    I've done quite a bit of reading since joining, and there's some brilliant ideas and inspiration in there. Definitely worth many times more than the $37 entry-fee.

    You still have to pay a listing-fee for posting WSOs I think, but I don't believe you're allowed to post them at all until you're a member (personally I have no plans to ever launch a WSO anyway - I just wanted in for the larger private message limit, and for the reading).

    Good stuff!
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  • Profile picture of the author andynakamura
    Originally Posted by awarum View Post

    I am and don't bother to visit it anymore. I was excited at first but didn't find anything that made me go WOW.
    Your kidding me right? I would have easily paid $197 for this. I'm wondering if you spent more than $37 on anything and regretted it? I don't think I could find this type of information, let alone the freebies and other cool stuff elsewhere.

    The contacts alone are gold. You get guys posting all kinds of cool stuff in there and most of it zero or little cost or pre-WSO. Even the posts are golden opportunities for someone to pick up on. When people say you could get rich just farming the WF, they mean as a War Room Member.

    Just my 2 cents.

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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by MicahF7 View Post

    How great is it?

    Are there things in there to learn that are real make money type stuff?


    And how much would you pay for that membership NOW after joining?
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    Micah,

    I joined the War Room on it's first day. Within a week I had dropped my monthly memberships from two other sites totaling more than $300 / month. The War Room was simply that much better in terms of the information, free word press themes, scripts, and strategies.

    I built an entire company on just one concept in the War Room (the old "conduit" method which I've since added my own twists to).

    WARNING: the War Room can be a bit overwhelming because of the SHEER amount of information in there. Spend some time browsing the different topics, download a few things, but before you take any action, make sure it is in line with what you're planning to do.

    For example, if you have ZERO interest in Word press, then don't spend time downloading word press themes or how to secure it.

    The War Room isn't for everybody. It's for entrepreneurs that are disciplined, focused, and very action-minded.

    It's one of the best memberships I've ever joined. You simply cannot beat the price.

    RoD

    P.S. In my experience, people who don't like the War Room or "excited" about it are usually the types that are looking for that silver bullet. They probably aren't implementing enough in there to get a real FEEL on what's good and what isn't.
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  • Profile picture of the author gforces
    I have been sitting on the fence about this one myself but after reading this thread it might be time to join.
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  • Profile picture of the author Warrior16
    After these posts I think my priority is to make some money to become a war room member.
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  • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
    War room rocks... especially admin's subforum...
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  • Profile picture of the author Ian McConnell
    It is well worth the money, but you need to be disciplined. It is very easy to spend all your time in there and implement nothing.
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    • Profile picture of the author spideysteve
      Originally Posted by Ian McConnell View Post

      It is well worth the money, but you need to be disciplined. It is very easy to spend all your time in there and implement nothing.
      I just joined. Oh lord. Info overload ....

      Gotta focus on what I want to accomplish ...
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    Originally Posted by MicahF7 View Post

    How great is it?

    Are there things in there to learn that are real make money type stuff?


    And how much would you pay for that membership NOW after joining?





    Micah Rush
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    I am a member and it's a waste of money if you ask me. I don't even go in there anymore. In hindsight, I wouldn't have paid to join. That said, I've been involved in IM for over 10 years so that may be why it isn't as valuable to me. Your mileage may vary.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
      Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

      I am a member and it's a waste of money if you ask me. I don't even go in there anymore. In hindsight, I wouldn't have paid to join. That said, I've been involved in IM for over 10 years so that may be why it isn't as valuable to me. Your mileage may vary.
      2 of the concepts I picked up there have made me a good sum of money. I've been in this for 8 years and I still found it extremely valuable.

      I'm rather surprised that for someone who's been in this game for so long, is still thinking that in hindsight they wouldn't pay a whopping great $37 to join. Not exactly the most expensive thing in IM.

      Sorry you found it such a waste of money.
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      • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
        Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

        2 of the concepts I picked up there have made me a good sum of money. I've been in this for 8 years and I still found it extremely valuable.

        I'm rather surprised that for someone who's been in this game for so long, is still thinking that in hindsight they wouldn't pay a whopping great $37 to join. Not exactly the most expensive thing in IM.

        Sorry you found it such a waste of money.
        To me it's just one big "get on my list for free stuff" flea market. I'm not one that jumps from one "method" to another and that's what I take away from it. It just comes off as a giant, yet private WSO thread.

        I'm sure folks benefit from it. I just never did. Frankly, I find the Main and SEO forums to be far more valuable.
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        • Profile picture of the author LaLaLives
          Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

          To me it's just one big "get on my list for free stuff" flea market.
          Hi Wolfmmiii, I just joined the War Room a few days ago and am a bit puzzled by your statement above since one of the rules for posting there is that opt-ins aren't allowed. It's possible that I'm not fully understanding your point, however. Could you clarify, please? Thanks!

          To all other interested parties, I put off joining the War Room for a long time for a number of reasons (cost, information overload, too busy for new projects, etc.). I finally joined, however, as one of my income streams is drying up soon and I'd like to concentrate more on IM in 2012 anyway. My ONLY regret in joining, so far, is that I'm still too busy to spend the kind of time that I'd like to spend there. Since it's a lifetime membership, though, I'm comforted by the fact that I don't have to rush through the info and that it's there for me anytime I can steal away for a few minutes or an hour here and there.

          A few of the things that I was immediately impressed with relate to how the War Room is run, in general. For example:

          1. Every new thread is moderated before it is approved and shared with the group (subsequent comments and questions are not, so no worries there).
          2. The rules of starting a new thread are that it must offer something useful without requiring members to opt-in to someone's list to get the information.
          3. Much of what is offered there (for free after the $37 - 20 year membership price) was originally offered as a WSO.
          4. Questions not pertaining to a previous thread topic are all contained within a single sticky thread so as not to clutter the main board with a bunch of randomness. This means that every single thread there is a free offer and members are not burdened with sifting through pages of random discussion topics (which is great for a free forum, but not something that you generally feel good about paying for).

          If you're serious about making money online, if you're willing to put forth the time and attention it takes to learn to do so, and if you can afford to invest $37 in an Internet marketing education...I highly recommend that you join the War Room today.
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          • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
            Originally Posted by LaLaLives View Post

            Hi Wolfmmiii, I just joined the War Room a few days ago and am a bit puzzled by your statement above since one of the rules for posting there is that opt-ins aren't allowed. It's possible that I'm not fully understanding your point, however. Could you clarify, please? Thanks!

            To all other interested parties, I put off joining the War Room for a long time for a number of reasons (cost, information overload, too busy for new projects, etc.). I finally joined, however, as one of my income streams is drying up soon and I'd like to concentrate more on IM in 2012 anyway. My ONLY regret in joining, so far, is that I'm still too busy to spend the kind of time that I'd like to spend there. Since it's a lifetime membership, though, I'm comforted by the fact that I don't have to rush through the info and that it's there for me anytime I can steal away for a few minutes or an hour here and there.

            A few of the things that I was immediately impressed with relate to how the War Room is run, in general. For example:

            1. Every new thread is moderated before it is approved and shared with the group (subsequent comments and questions are not, so no worries there).
            2. The rules of starting a new thread are that it must offer something useful without requiring members to opt-in to someone's list to get the information.
            3. Much of what is offered there (for free after the $37 - 20 year membership price) was originally offered as a WSO.
            4. Questions not pertaining to a previous thread topic are all contained within a single sticky thread so as not to clutter the main board with a bunch of randomness. This means that every single thread there is a free offer and members are not burdened with sifting through pages of random discussion topics (which is great for a free forum, but not something that you generally feel good about paying for).

            If you're serious about making money online, if you're willing to put forth the time and attention it takes to learn to do so, and if you can afford to invest $37 in an Internet marketing education...I highly recommend that you join the War Room today.
            I know it's a bit late but just noticed your response. The war room does not allow forced opt-ins. However, most of what I've seen in there is simply for list building.

            Maybe I fail to see the value because I treat my online biz as a biz whereas many folks get enamored with all the shiny toys in there. I am a successful amazon affiliate so I don't typically go looking for new things to try out. I think that is what many find valuable about the war room - all the new ideas.
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            • Profile picture of the author Claire Koch
              lol and the very reason people buy from you is craving shiney new objects, thats why most people even go into business on here. To buy more shiney new objects. Everybody is wanting shiney new objects. I bet you bought something from your amazon earnings just recently.

              I say that because the warroom isn't just about shiney new objects. its a place to meet other marketers, join and jv together, see what others are doing. Keep up with what it going online.

              and find stuff that will help you with your own business. I know what you mean but usually we get upset about one thing and put on blinders about OTHER things and miss out in the end.

              Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

              I know it's a bit late but just noticed your response. The war room does not allow forced opt-ins. However, most of what I've seen in there is simply for list building.

              Maybe I fail to see the value because I treat my online biz as a biz whereas many folks get enamored with all the shiny toys in there. I am a successful amazon affiliate so I don't typically go looking for new things to try out. I think that is what many find valuable about the war room - all the new ideas.
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  • Profile picture of the author spideysteve
    Reminds me of this ...
    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post2674433 (post#17)

    Great info in those sticky posts!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by seoforceo View Post

    Really its It's worth investment and a great forum.
    How would you know if you're not a member? Nice one-liner buddy.

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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
    It's great! There're tons of free information, graphics and resources inside the War Room and you get more privileges such as more PM space which really helped me because I communicate a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author ultimates
    Well worth the investment! + you can have access to publish your own WSO if you ever come out with something good to release.

    I would have paid $100+ a year!
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  • Profile picture of the author eljefe
    I just joined WF and will upgrade to the War Room soon. Thanks for the insights.
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    I'd love to become a war room member
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    Worthy much if you will invested it much
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  • Profile picture of the author sunnyinoz
    OK - I guess another $37 is not going to break the bank. I will see you all on the other side ... :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author strspeed
    Let me say this much.
    I hate spending money.
    I regret buying a lot of the stuff i see on here.

    That being said.
    I'm glad i bought the war room subscription
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    It is worth it a thousand times your investment
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    Yes, I am a member and it is definitely worth it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chicago87
    I might have to see what all the fuzz is about... What is the refund policy on this? Haha!
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  • Profile picture of the author ajparker
    Yes its worth it! Moreso than probably any WSO I've ever bought. It's very easy to get sidetracked and spend lots of time reading there. Manage yourself well and it can be a fantastic resource.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanLB
    Some of the replies in here have definitely piqued my interest. I would definitely be interested in joining.
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  • Profile picture of the author mike76
    I was told about warrior forum by an offline friend, as he said it could help me out with an online business I have. He also advised I join the war room.

    So, I joined WF, and a few hours later, I joined the war room. It's probably saved me a fortune. Without the war room, I would have spent a lot of money on WSO's. With the war room, I find there's more than enough solid information to keep me busy. Perhaps too much for the first few weeks.

    If you're an "I like my answers all in one place with no need to keep my credit card handy" sort, then join and lap it up!
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  • Profile picture of the author JeanneLynn
    I love the War Room! There are so many great PDFs that I transfer to my Kindle and read them on the go! I'm totally addicted to the War Room. Great stuff! You won't regret joining.
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanLB
    Interesting idea as far as using the warroom to keep yourself from purchasing too many WSO offers.

    Keep in mind that the information in many WSO's are freely available with a little bit of searching and creativity.
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    its great to be a part of the war room...excellent information right from the extraordinary people those who are successful in their business...and the experience what they are sharing is really more than gold...
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    I AM DEFINETLY JOINING
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    Two years later ... it's still worth it.
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  • Yes its great!

    I paid $37 for the private membership 5 days ago and made over $235 in my first week from one thread and one phone call!
    Its the best investment I've had all year!

    Lots of value and lots of support.

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  • Profile picture of the author ProScribe
    Yes it's definitly worth the money considering the amount of actionable material you find in there
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  • Profile picture of the author blogbucks
    Totally worth it. The information there is fantastic and useful. You will not regret it. There's plenty in there to learn how to make real money.
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    • Profile picture of the author Azarna
      I am actually hesitating to join because everyone keeps saying there is so much information.

      I have already had issues with information overload, I don't want to get bogged down again.

      One of the main reason to join is 'you get some WSOs for free'. I regularly look at the WSOs and a lot look like 'get rich quick' things - find a niche, make a product, write articles, do SEO etc etc

      There is no money back guarantee, and nowhere i can see exactly what is in there (ie how many of what).

      I am all for valuable information - but don't want a huge pile of repetitive stuff that I already have, I guess.
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by Azarna View Post

        I am actually hesitating to join because everyone keeps saying there is so much information.

        I have already had issues with information overload, I don't want to get bogged down again.

        One of the main reason to join is 'you get some WSOs for free'. I regularly look at the WSOs and a lot look like 'get rich quick' things - find a niche, make a product, write articles, do SEO etc etc

        There is no money back guarantee, and nowhere i can see exactly what is in there (ie how many of what).

        I am all for valuable information - but don't want a huge pile of repetitive stuff that I already have, I guess.
        Hi Azarna,

        First off I do understand how you feel on that. There is a lot of information and it can be overwhelming. Regarding the money back gaurantee, don't worry about that, if you're serious, you can turn that $37 into much more. Bear in mind I don't sell anything in the MMO niche and it is still invaluable.

        There are two reasons I use it now and at first I didn't do this, I simply got lost and downloaded all and sundry. Now I use it for two things:

        1. I look right back through some of the older posts, I look for people that are well known now but were not then, I look for respected people here who I know produce excellent products, software or whatever. I'm looking for the nuggets, not any old stuff.

        2. If I need information on something or I need software that can perform x, I can nearly always go and find several things that can teach me or show me what I need to know, like a library.

        The main thing for me is to use the War Room and not let the War Room use me. There are ideas and products in there that are worth far more than some of the more expensive courses I've bought over time.

        If you have an idea of where you're going and what you need to know and you can stick to it, it's one of the most valuable resources on internet marketing you will ever find online. If not, you could get lost, overwhelmed and consequently you may underestimate it's true value.

        Looking back though, that $37 was one of the smallest amounts I've paid for anything and I have access to information on just about anything I need to know. For me, that is one hell of a deal.
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    hello everyone... iam surely going to join
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    • Profile picture of the author adamj2
      I joined the War Room a few weeks ago. It looks pretty cool, although have not properly investigated it to make maximum use of it as of yet.

      Have read a number of free reports and they have been very high quality and I believe a number of them then go on the be released as paid products as a WSO, but in the War Room you effectively get some of them for free and usually without even having to join a list.

      Is also nice to have the inbox go up to 400 messages and not having to keep on clearing it out on a regular basis.

      I intend to take the time to really see what the War Room has to offer, but trying not to get sidetracked with too many strategies at the moment as am focussing on finding new clients as a freelance writer for now!
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  • Profile picture of the author JB
    I'm cynical when it comes to IM and 'secret reports' etc but I have to say the War Room is worth the investment. Knowing what can be got from it now I would be prepared to pay up to $150 per year (and I'm a cheap *******).
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  • Profile picture of the author wrayor
    So its $37.00 and last for 20 years
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    I am learning what I didn't know, I didn't know. The education is priceless!
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  • Profile picture of the author thekaver
    the lots of fantastic free stuff in there

    but remember to give as well as take

    thanks

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  • Profile picture of the author DavidTT
    yessir and yes its worth every penny. And ftw, if you're concerned about spending that money, than I dont know how you can do IM because as an IMer, we spend TONS of money on useless stuff before we actually get stuff started lol.

    Its definitely worth it but be careful not to get too distracted. Theres so much good stuff that you constantly want to try something new and one can easily lose focus doing so.
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  • Profile picture of the author kea55
    Wow. Everything I am reading is most certainly making me want to join as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gengis
    It's only $37..It's a great investment if you are serious about making money online.
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    It just dawned on me what I dont like about it. Do u see what it says next to War Room? It says Private Discussions. When I first joined, I expected exactly that. Instead, it's mostly a bunch of giveaways (make $600 per day! : earn $10k per month overnight! : etc).

    Now, there is some good stuff in there like software and stuff but it is sorely lacking the "private discussions" mentioned in the forum's title. There is far more "discussion" in the main forums.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tradeout
      Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

      It just dawned on me what I dont like about it. Do u see what it says next to War Room? It says Private Discussions. When I first joined, I expected exactly that. Instead, it's mostly a bunch of giveaways (make $600 per day! : earn $10k per month overnight! : etc).

      Now, there is some good stuff in there like software and stuff but it is sorely lacking the "private discussions" mentioned in the forum's title. There is far more "discussion" in the main forums.
      I totally agree with this.

      Discussion would allow the warroom members to share their strategies.
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  • Profile picture of the author Baadier Sydow
    Just joined and really excited to get to the next level.
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    Yes I am War Room member. But trying to find the differences and using the advantages of being War Room member.
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  • Profile picture of the author preets
    Joining war room is my best decision , worth every penny.
    Go for it!

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  • Profile picture of the author owais211
    Banned
    Its worth it...
    Go for it,i can assure you won't regret of the move
    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaolinsteve
    lol this thread started in 2008.

    Looks like he never became a member either... what a shame.
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Monroe
    I know I'll probably get flamed for this, but to me the War Room can be summed up in one word "Meh".

    Nothing really groundbreaking at all, honestly you could get a lot better value for money in countless other places.

    As others have said, there is a lot of "fluff" and things which require opt-ins, other forums which I have paid to get access to their "private" info is strictly valuable content only, and most of them don't even allow you to link out, everything must be included in the thread itself.
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  • Profile picture of the author caseter
    I was hesitant to join. I kick myself daily for waiting now, seriously it is worth every penny many times over. In free product, experience of members int he war room- either one of those things is worth several hundred to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author PROmotions LLC
    A lot of Warriors who have popular WSO's offer their WSO for free in the War Room, if your into those Make Money WSO's, than it would be worth it, I probably see about 4-5 free WSO's on there a week.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brian Tayler
    The War Room membership is more than just a private forum.

    - Its a public display of dedication and seriousness
    - Its a place to meet and possibly JV with other like-minded and serious marketers
    - Its a place that will expand your thinking and help you grow (no matter where you currently are in the world of Internet Marketing)
    - Its a place to get ideas and information not contained in the general forum (and quite possibly some content not contained anywhere else on the internet)
    - Its a place to start a real online business

    I couldn't recommend it enough. You'll more than get your money back. When I get frustrated with the newbie joiners (people who join the forum, post one thread in the main forum about "how do I make money" and never come back to follow up, read responses, or TAKE ACTION) I count to 10, then go to the War Room. I know I'm surrounded by others who "take action" but also have a clear understanding that you're never done learning. I've been doing this since 1998 and barely know anything

    Also when you do join the War Room, why don't you jump on this thread I made... read it... and give a response? It'll give way to that higher-level intellectual thinking I spoke to in the bullet points above.

    Start Here: http://www.warriorforum.com/war-room...ore-money.html
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Davis
    Definitely worth it. I vacillated and made excuses about ponying up the money. At the time $37 seemed like a lot (but I'd be most people debating about joining are spending $37 EACH month on other things -- it's all about priorities.)

    The War Room is a gold mine of freebies and insight. It also attracts those that take IM as a serious business -- not a part-time hobby or pursuit "if it works out."

    Brian Tayler summed it up very nicely before me, especially the part about your membership making a public statement about your intentions.

    If you have the funds and are SERIOUS about this business, then join -- today!
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  • Profile picture of the author CynthiaNataline
    Hi, I'm also thinking about joining the War Room. But I wonder, does it include the right to post in the Article section? Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author juliantan
    I am still trying to understand why I am not getting the results at all. I am not expecting tons of cash but at least some sales. I will have to study more into it.
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    Come on guys, you can't bring a dead dog back to life, this thread is 5 years old man. lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author mcgrathcullin
    This thread is sooo old...wow...

    Anyways, I agree with Josh. The War Room is kind of meh, it is a ton of rehashed information packed into separate WSO's for free. However, that is not to be said that there are definitely some awesome products I've learned from, or awesome software I've used. It's really only worth it if you wouldn't struggle away from the $37, because you will just get blasted with information in 10 different directions.
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  • Profile picture of the author focusedlife
    What you just started was a testimonial thread for the War Room...

    With that being said...I know the price is going up, but, for me...ITS WAY WORTH IT!!!

    Brilliant strategy and tons of $tuff in there.

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  • Profile picture of the author substance
    The reason I still have not joined is because I know I will be too distracted.

    Even now I am distracted by the main internet marketing discussion forum, Just imagine if I join the War Room!

    Anyhow, all in good time!
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    Its a great investment, I think its rather cheap and usegul to be a warrior room member. I would suggest ot anyone and I plan on becoming one in the future.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
    Almost five years later, and the OP still hasn't signed up.

    You would think that 3 pages of replies should be enough social proof for anyone.
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  • Profile picture of the author john12
    Is worth much more than what you pay..if you take action with the material that you get access to.
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  • Profile picture of the author keivn2
    Wow...the way you guys put in, now I am seriously considering to get into the war room. For me who is from third world country, spending $37 is considered a lot. But still, I still hesitant..

    What kind of information that I can get inside? Is there any worthy information for PPC and Adsense?
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    • Profile picture of the author john12
      There is a lot of stuff in there..and much more. Am afraid you might get information overload..and paralysis. Just pick one, and stick with it, take action..until you make it work for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author MobiDev
    This price is really amazing - for 20 years! I think you don't even need to think over it.
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  • Profile picture of the author thedanbrown
    no doubt... there's tons of great stuff that you can learn and benefit from in there. I would definitely recommend it
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  • Profile picture of the author banwork
    Originally Posted by MicahF7 View Post

    How great is it?

    Are there things in there to learn that are real make money type stuff?


    And how much would you pay for that membership NOW after joining?





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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    Don't go in there much now, there's really not much new anymore.

    Still, it's worth it for the occasional gold, like free themes and images.
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  • Profile picture of the author jinkyliao
    thanks, I am a new member.
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    I WILL SAY ONE NEED TO QUANTIFY IT WITH THE INFORMATION GOTTEN,THEN ONE CAN KNOW HOW MUCH TO PAY.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kate Smith
    I have not joined yet, but I plan on it tomorrow. I like the rest of the forum very much so I'm certain I will like that to.

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  • Profile picture of the author BlindRabbit
    I see a lot of praise but not much detail specifically about what the advantages are in real terms. I am a sceptical person, I don't know who Allen is, nor do I know what I am getting in return for subscribing.

    I suspect it contains rehashed marketing instructionals, but I don't imagine any other perks.
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  • Profile picture of the author mpollak450
    That sounds great! I agree with that you need to have a clear objective so you know what to follow.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kate Smith
    I just joined minutes ago, at first glance there appears to be a treasure cove of information.

    Kate
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    instant value when you become a member
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  • Profile picture of the author Disruption
    Probably one of the best investments I've made in quite some time.
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    Yes, I am. It's the best value for money on the 'net - seriously.
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    The Warroom is def. worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author barbling
    It's a powerful and wise investment. Total no-brainer to join. Many product creators share their best offerings there for free as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
    @joannemori Well, where's your red War Room Member tagline then? 0_o
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    • Profile picture of the author davidmac00
      Can you afford NOT to join the War room?
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    Easiest and best purchase I made by far.
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  • Profile picture of the author bmoore62
    You pay a one-time fee of $37. That investment will pay for itself many times over. There are things in there you can get for free that you would have to pay (sometimes big bucks) to get access elsewhere.

    In my opinion, this is one of the few no-brainers online. But beware, this can be addicting and a big time investment. Instead of working on building your business, you could be spending hours upon hours surfing the nuggets that are in there. I'm not saying that's always a bad thing. It's definitely worth it, but you have to be good at managing your time.

    My suggestion is to take the plunge, but only if you separate time in the War Room from time spent building your business.

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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    I can definitely recommend it...

    I'm someone who's purchased a boatload of WSOs...

    And the War Room basically contains a ton of "Free" WSOs.

    What's not to like?



    PS: Wow. Old thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    I might as well ask a few questions since I've been here since 2011.

    1) Does the war room contain any blackhat strategies? Because WF itself is geared towards whitehat marketing and I'm a grayhat marketer (with a slightly darker shade of gray). So if I join I'd like to know that there's a decent mix of whitehat and blackhat strategies.

    2) Since so many members on this forum are war room members, isn't there a strong likelihood that every strategy has already been leaked to the internet and other forums? Because I'd hate to join just to see that all the methods have already been shared on blackhatworld, wicked fire, digital point, traffic planet etc etc.

    3) How much content actually exists? Is it a small forum with like 50 posts or is there a decent amount of content?

    4) Are most of the methods outdated or does the forum try to regularly post new methods? I'd assume most of the methods have to be outdated, but it would be nice to know that people regularly (or semi-regularly) update the forum.

    I've always wondered about these things so if anyone can shed some light I'd really appreciate it.

    Thanks.

    -Red
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    • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post




      3) How much content actually exists? Is it a small forum with like 50 posts or is there a decent amount of content?

      4) Are most of the methods outdated or does the forum try to regularly post
      Thanks.

      -Red
      To answer 3& 4...There are over 42 pages of content in the War Room, Some information is very recent. The older stuff is dated but some great information is hidden in some of the older posts.

      I do not read about SEO so can not help you with that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Holyhero
    It is $20 a year now
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    • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
      Originally Posted by Holyhero View Post

      It is $20 a year now
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      i thought just one time payment?
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  • Profile picture of the author buckz55
    I've been a member since the start , feels so long ago lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Holyhero
    Freelancer changed it when they bought a site. All those who bought the membership before are lifetime but new ones need to pay $20 a year
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  • Profile picture of the author Interchange
    I am not a member of the private War Room yet. I have heard and read good things about this opportunity that I think I will become a member pretty soon, just to give it a shot. I know quite a bit a bout marketing and with the War Room, I think I will enhance my knowledge about internet business. Happy day to all, Juan Torres
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