I seriously need a coach, can be you? :-)

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Hi warriors, this is one of those "help" post, I know you're tired of these kind of posts so I really thanks those who'll read this.

It's been a year and a half since I took seriously to read and implement the Internet Marketing. But what I got after all this time was just too much information without obtaining anything and earning no money at all.

I've read everything I can about IM. I've read and watched hundreds of those "big guru" product. I applied some of those information, of course, but without results.

After one year and a half, I get a decision. I seriously need a 1-on-1 coaching with a person that is already making a living online. I don't need a person to tell me all the theory. I just need a person that can give me strategies that are working for him. A person that can answer my emails or to chat together about IM. That can tell me if I'm doing wrong or right.

In a nutshell, I don't need a coaching like all of those ebooks out there, again, I've read a lot a lot a lot a lot of them.

Unfortunately, coaching are often expensive. My final request here is if there is someone that can be my coach/mentor but unfortunately I can afford an amount of about $50 for this. Or better, if we can work together, I've great programming skills also.

But first of all, my demand here is for an affordable coaching program :-)

Thank you, really. Talk soon :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Cool Hand Luke
    Hate to tell you, but if $50 is all you have to spend, you're not going to get anyone who already earns a living online to help you. Great coaching is like most other things: you get what you pay for.

    Take $37 of that $50 and join The War Room, the stuff I've learned in there would be worth 10 times that, easy.
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    • Profile picture of the author mike gregory
      Originally Posted by Cool Hand Luke View Post

      Hate to tell you, but if $50 is all you have to spend, you're not going to get anyone who already earns a living online to help you. Great coaching is like most other things: you get what you pay for.

      Take $37 of that $50 and join The War Room, the stuff I've learned in there would be worth 10 times that, easy.
      I have to agree here coaching is not cheap!! As said above the war room is an absolute fantastic investment, you'll get so much out of joining.

      Its full of top information and advice plus tons of free reports, software etc.

      Get in there
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      • Profile picture of the author joebel
        1 on 1 coaching is very expensive, maybe thousand dollars is the cost of that kind of service. I hope you will find a person that accept your offer. If you really want to learn or you have questions regarding to your business just post a thread here in the forum, and I can assure you our fellow warriors are willing to help and give you some tips.right?
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  • Profile picture of the author Qamar
    Try Michael Franklin http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...0-reviews.html. he's doing a one and one coaching. or try Andrew! http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...autopilot.html I can see that there are many good reviews on their coachings. Try them and good luck


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  • Profile picture of the author Nisip
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    on which fields do you need coaching?

    I can coach you step by step, I make good money now
    from internet marketing, and I will not charge you anything
    as long as you are a good student
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  • Profile picture of the author Quentin
    Hey I am happy to coach you for $50.

    Just PM me to see if you are eligible.

    Quentin
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  • Profile picture of the author indiatext
    Hello mate, to be very honest nobody can give you that kind of one on one coaching but I can give you a healthy advice which has so far worked for me in a very efficient manner.
    Just secect a product with good commission and use google adwords to promote it. It will work for you if you are successful in selecting the correct product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
    Originally Posted by RMartinLee View Post

    I've great programming skills also.
    Hmm, this could be interesting.

    Can you tell us a bit more about these programming skills? What have you programmed?
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  • Profile picture of the author kellyburdes
    @RMartinLee.

    First of all I want to wish you good luck, both in finding success overall and being able to find a good coach.

    At the $50 price level your looking for though your not going to find anyone who probably shouldn't be paying you to waste your time with them. Certainly not 1 on 1.

    I think your best bet would probably be to find someone who is successful and see if there is something else you can offer them in exchange, or hope that you find someone who just feels like giving back for the sake of giving back.

    It's a very kind offer, for example, that @NSIP appears to have put out there.

    I'd say though offering $50 for the type of one on one attention and knowledge your seeking though is kind of a slap in the face to the person your offering it too. I know that is not your intent, and your just looking for the help you need.

    Anyway, good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author EMAL Marketing
    @RMartinLee

    One of the things I quickly found out about Internet/Affiliate Marketing is that you need to work with someone who has been there and done it as such. You probably already know that there is no free money, no quick fixes, no get rich quick quick schemes that work online.

    What you need is a mentor who cares about you and wants you to do well, someone who will work with you until you have been a success and then keep working with you to be more of a success. There are too many people online who will work with you but only until you give them money and then they will stop and you then end up back at square one.

    I am willing to help you into those first steps of making money and beyond.

    I suggest that you drop me an email on emalmarketing@yahoo.co.uk

    Talk Soon!
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    • Profile picture of the author RMartinLee
      Hey man, I love you, there are so many replies :-)

      I'll try to answer to all of you:

      Originally Posted by Cool Hand Luke View Post

      Hate to tell you, but if $50 is all you have to spend, you're not going to get anyone who already earns a living online to help you. Great coaching is like most other things: you get what you pay for.
      I know that, maybe $50 are few, but I think even that thousands of dollars for a IM coaching to a person that is just starting with IM (and is not earning a dime, like me) that has no money, is a paradox. I could pay such amount of money if I want to grow my business, not if I want just to start.

      Also, I'll be very happy to give money to a person that has helped me to make a steady income online.

      Originally Posted by Cool Hand Luke View Post

      Take $37 of that $50 and join The War Room, the stuff I've learned in there would be worth 10 times that, easy.
      Yes, The Warrior Room is an investment to which I've already thought.

      Originally Posted by Nisip View Post

      on which fields do you need coaching?

      I can coach you stepb by step, I make on average $8000 - $12000 per month from internet marketing, and I will not charge you anything as long as you are a good student
      Of course, I will. It will be a pleasure to work with an estabilished internet marketer.

      Originally Posted by Quentin View Post

      Hey I am happy to coach you for $50.

      Just PM me to see if you are eligible.

      Quentin
      Thank you, the problem is that I can't PM you because of my number of posts. Can we talk via email?

      Originally Posted by Jill Carpenter View Post

      Hmm, this could be interesting.

      Can you tell us a bit more about these programming skills? What have you programmed?
      Web programming skills. I'm good to create and customize websites in PHP, HTML, AJAX and Javascript. But I'm very active with these kind of information so I'm very flexible.

      Originally Posted by EMAL Marketing View Post

      @RMartinLee

      One of the things I quickly found out about Internet/Affiliate Marketing is that you need to work with someone who has been there and done it as such. You probably already know that there is no free money, no quick fixes, no get rich quick quick schemes that work online.

      What you need is a mentor who cares about you and wants you to do well, someone who will work with you until you have been a success and then keep working with you to be more of a success. There are too many people online who will work with you but only until you give them money and then they will stop and you then end up back at square one.

      I am willing to help you into those first steps of making money and beyond.

      I suggest that you drop me an email on...

      Talk Soon!
      You get the point man, I'll send you an email soon.


      Ok, that's all :-)

      Again, thank you so much for your replies. Talk soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author P.Sharma
    I would be willing to pay upwards of $5000/month to anyone who could coach me and himself has made atleast 10 million online. Their experience can cut the learning curve into less than half.
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  • Profile picture of the author MissLizzie
    As with many threads, I'd like to echo what my fellow Warriors have already said. However, it may be worth having a look on the Members Challenges and Contests forum. In particular, you might want to look at the Sponsor a Warrior thread, as people are discussing exchanging services for help and coaching there too.

    Finally, as others have said, coaching is expensive and I think that there are some great offers that may be open to the OP that could help him out of his current predicament.

    But I would remember that if you're at the beginning of your IM career, it's not necessarily worth investing money in the top, top program to learn the basics. You can get that for a better price from someone that's moderately successful and they'll be able to teach you everything that you need to know. Then, when you've developed your business a bit more, you can move up a step and learn from someone that a step above your initial coach and so on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joanne D
    In all honesty, I hope there is someone who's had success, who is generous enough to offer some of their time to help you out. An exchange of your programming skills along with the payment should be of some value.

    It shouldn't take more than a few hours per week to provide you with guidance. What's a few hours to someone who has already had great online success.

    If you're worried about "being kind" to one person, all you need to do is to insist that the person you are helping not tell anyone so that you don't get bombarded with requests.

    Sorry, I'm not the person to help you as I'm in the same boat as you otherwise, I would do so without hesitation...

    Think how good you'll feel by helping one other person...
    Is there anyone who feels kind and generous?

    A little generosity and kindness is priceless!
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    • Profile picture of the author RMartinLee
      @MissLizzie

      I'm not a newbie in learning. I don't need someone to tell me what is a squeeze page, how to build a blog, what are CPA networks or what is affiliate/internet marketing or where to go for a product/market/keywords research. I'm already accepted by enough CPA networks and so on.

      I've read these kind of information in the hundreds of ebook I've already read.

      I need someone to talk about what I'm doing or what I've done. That can tell me if I'm doing well or wrong. If what I'm doing will results in a profit or not. That's the point.

      I know that $50 are few, but I can offer some services as well. And, as I've already said, I'll be very happy to pay once I've achieved some goals.

      Thank you again. :-)
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      • Profile picture of the author MissLizzie
        Originally Posted by RMartinLee View Post

        @MissLizzie

        I'm not a newbie in learning. I don't need someone to tell me what is a squeeze page, how to build a blog, what are CPA networks or what is affiliate/internet marketing or where to go for a product/market/keywords research. I'm already accepted by enough CPA networks and so on.

        I've read these kind of information in the hundreds of ebook I've already read.

        I need someone to talk about what I'm doing or what I've done. That can tell me if I'm doing well or wrong. If what I'm doing will results in a profit or not. That's the point.

        I know that $50 are few, but I can offer some services as well. And, as I've already said, I'll be very happy to pay once I've achieved some goals.

        Thank you again. :-)

        @RMartinLee - so, so sorry about that my mistake. It wasn't meant that way at all.

        But I would reiterate my point about the ladder. You don't necessarily need a top coach to get the best out of you. You just need someone that's done a bit more than you and is happy to share the secrets of their success. I wish you all the best with your future business - I really hope that it works and grows in the way that you've dreamed of.
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  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    Yes, The Warrior Room is an investment to which I've already thought.
    I've read these kind of information in the hundreds of ebook I've already read.
    So, the war room is certainly not for you.. Nothing there except for the same ebooks you've seen before...honestly..

    I don't think you need a coach specifically on IM... I think what type of coach you need is, a personal coach who can guide you on how to be consistent and to motivate you. You said it. You have done a lot of readings and watched a lot of videos. So what else are you trying to find out? these coaches will tell you the same thing over and over again... you need a motivational coach, not an IM coach.

    Focus and consistency is what you need, not a new technique.....

    You are not alone in such kind of failure. Too many of us here have the same problem - information overload..... that's why I stop reading ebooks a year ago...
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  • Profile picture of the author RMartinLee
    @Adie

    You're right. But, you know what? I always have the sensation that I'm doing wrong, that it will not works. Here's why I need someone, that is already and succesfully doing what I'm trying to do, to send an email or to have a talk so he can say "here is right, here is wrong..."...

    @MissLizzie

    I wish that so :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    Right.

    So you want me to teach you everything Ive learnt over the last 2 and a half years for $50.

    Sounds like an awesome deal.
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  • Profile picture of the author yywq
    $50 is so cheap here.The coach can earn 50$ in a short time,but coaching you 1-to-1 will be a very long time.So I think you can't get a coach here.just like someone above said,you you get what you pay for.

    But good luck to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author kayaman
    be careful if you are looking coach i got fraud by not honest warrior guys.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      be careful if you are looking coach i got fraud by not honest warrior guys.
      You've posted about this several times. Truth is, the coaching you obtained was GOOD coaching from someone who makes good money.

      You posted here one day about income you had started earning - and the next day you posted complaints about the coaching. Many others who have signed up for the same coaching have done well (I'm not involved with the coaching in any way).

      Could it be you were simply discouraged because the income was not as much as you expected? Could it be your difficulty with English was a problem?

      If you truly believe there was "fraud" you should report it. If you can't prove fraud you need to stop making these allegations.

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      • Profile picture of the author ladywriter
        Seems to me that coaching would be a good opportunity to perhaps start an alternate stream of income for the "coach". Getting a guinea pig or two on the cheap would set the stage for $$$ as a consultant, no? An excellent testimonial from someone who started with nothing that you turned into a moneymaking powerhouse etc etc?

        Not to mention the karmic return if you're into that sort of thing.
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        • Profile picture of the author Kay King
          There are excellent coaching programs offered on this forum. Some of them have a lot of satisfied "guinea pigs" but all of them have complainers who say "it's too hard" or "it doesn't work".

          You can show someone what to do - but you can't do it for them or guarantee they will do it well. One on one coaching is time intensive and those who are best qualified to do it aren't cheap. Group coaching is the answer for those who can't afford high end pricing and there are some excellent group coaching programs offered in the WSOs here.

          Once you have mastered the basics in IM, a few hours of good coaching can truly help in laying out a logical business plan and setting you on the right path. There are so many great tutorials online (and on this forum) about keyword research, finding a good niche, content creation, site building, blogs and plugins, etc - and those are basics you can learn on your own.

          Until a new marketer digs into the basics, they don't realize how much work (not hard work - but time spent) is involved online. Thus they may expect to be "told what to do" and then watch the money roll in. It's frustrating for the coach who sees only the minimum work being done and for the person who is expecting too much too fast.

          What happens on this forum frequently is that a new marketer asks good questions and is clearly working hard to build a business - and then other experienced members start helping him out with resources and advice. They volunteer advice and help because they clearly see someone who is motivated, ambitious and willing to listen and focus.

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  • Profile picture of the author aaronngoh
    What make you think coaching will solve your problem?

    Just wonder are you looking at the correct answer to your challenge?
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  • Profile picture of the author RustyF
    I think anyone that is making money online can't afford to give you intensive one on one coaching for $50. Their time is too valuable. It would take away from their projects.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      Right.

      So you want me to teach you everything Ive learnt over the last 2 and a half years for $50.

      Sounds like an awesome deal.
      Yes - but do keep this in mind - you don't get that money up front:

      Originally Posted by RMartinLee View Post


      I know that $50 are few, but I can offer some services as well. And, as I've already said, I'll be very happy to pay once I've achieved some goals.
      Ok, so here is my next question - why are you not using this to make you money?

      Web programming skills. I'm good to create and customize websites in PHP, HTML, AJAX and Javascript. But I'm very active with these kind of information so I'm very flexible
      This is a great service to offer.

      Go slap up a web page, list your services and samples there, and go marketing.

      You claim you already know about:

      I'm not a newbie in learning. I don't need someone to tell me what is a squeeze page, how to build a blog, what are CPA networks or what is affiliate/internet marketing or where to go for a product/market/keywords research. I'm already accepted by enough CPA networks and so on.

      I've read these kind of information in the hundreds of ebook I've already read.

      I need someone to talk about what I'm doing or what I've done. That can tell me if I'm doing well or wrong. If what I'm doing will results in a profit or not. That's the point.
      Can you define for us what "doing well" means for you? What is your ultimate goal? What are your short term and long term goals?

      Is doing well a hundred dollars a month? A thousand?
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    @Jill Carpenter

    Eheh, no Jill, you have wrong understood my good intentions. I meant that I will be very pleasured to give MORE money as I get results. In a nutshell, I pay as I get results. Of course, I will pay the $50 first.

    What is my ultimate goal? My short term goal is $1k a month, it would be perfect for me now. But I'm still 22 years old, so I think I've time.

    I know, you can say now that it's a lot difficult to reach even the $1k a month.
    So, can you tell me why there are a ton of "$500+ A Day WSO" out there?

    Thank you so much, talk soon.
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      Originally Posted by RMartinLee View Post

      @Jill Carpenter

      Eheh, no Jill, you have wrong understood my good intentions. I meant that I will be very pleasured to give MORE money as I get results. In a nutshell, I pay as I get results. Of course, I will pay the $50 first.

      What is my ultimate goal? My short term goal is $1k a month, it would be perfect for me now. But I'm still 22 years old, so I think I've time.

      I know, you can say now that it's a lot difficult to reach even the $1k a month.
      So, can you tell me why there are a ton of "$500+ A Day WSO" out there?

      Thank you so much, talk soon.
      If you're good at programming, what you could do is try bartering your programming services for coaching. Instead of paying money, work out an arrangement where you'd do a set amount of work each month for ongoing coaching. I'm sure there's someone out there who would be open to such an arrangement, especially if your programming skills are in demand.

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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by RMartinLee View Post

      I know, you can say now that it's a lot difficult to reach even the $1k a month.
      Actually, 1k a month is only as difficult as you make it.

      I dare say, if your programming skills are that good you could be making 1k a month offering those out alone - if you really know how to market yourself.

      Or as was mentioned above - perhaps a JV or barter with someone and leverage your skills to pay for your education.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Taylor
    I've lost count of the number of people who've made
    similar requests for coaching on this forum.

    I can count on one hand the number of people who
    have followed through and accepted a genuine
    coaching offer.

    99% of success is about mindset. And that includes
    having the mindset to accept coaching and guidance.

    Instead of asking people to come to you, can I suggest
    you put together a proposal, seek out people who you
    believe might be in a position to help you and then
    approach them in a way that explains why they should
    accept you as a coaching client?

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  • Profile picture of the author aaronngoh
    What is really important is to be clear about the number of the game.

    The number of the clicks that you need to generate to get one sale and how to get that.

    Keep trying until you get it
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  • Profile picture of the author Rudy Christoph
    Originally Posted by Craig Desorcy View Post

    Before you spend money on a coach, I'd like to suggest you get a
    copy of "The Portable Coach" by Thomas J. Leonard.

    The book I recommended will serve you well for starters.
    Hi Craig,

    Thanks for that information I have orderd the book
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanHaus
    Most coaching programs out there are in the thousands and are a total joke. A huge waste of money.

    You just need a roadmap and if you go to google and type in Chris Farrell, you will see he has tons of great information on how to get started online for $37 a month. There aren't any contracts and you could just try it out for a month..or a week for $5.

    i found that investment was well worth it because I needed a good foundation and finally found what I was looking for.

    Best of luck whatever you do
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