From 0 To An Income I Will Not Disclose - One Year Warrior Anniversary

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Well, a couple of days short of that anyway. I signed up for the warrior forum on Christmas day last year.

First of all, I would like to thank the spammers

The only way that I ever got involved in Internet Marketing in the first place was the persistence of spammers sending "make money online" emails to me. One night curiosity got the better of me and I started doing some research and was hooked from that point on

Enough of that though. For my one year anniversary I want to lay out something here - a map of my progression in the hopes that people that are starting at ground Zero right now can see a light at the end of the tunnel. Trust me, if I can do this, so can you.

When I first started, just like most of you probably, I started promoting clickbank products. I had and still have no technical skill so everything I did was set up on sites like Squidoo and Blogger and it worked great for me. Within about 45 days I think, I had made my first $2,000 promoting the following niches:

- Video Games
- Yeast Infection Cures
- Hypnosis Product

I am still somewhat involved in these niches to this day and am still earning income from them even though I have not touched them for the most part in 6 months or more.

All I did was set up as many of these free sites as I possibly could and link them all to a Squidoo page and the money started rolling in. Now, many of you might say that you have tried that and it hasn't worked, right? Here are some keys to why I think this worked for me.

1. I wrote my ass off. Seriously, I was determined for this to work and I was a writing fool. I was putting out a minimum of 3 articles per day per niche consistently day after day. If you get enough content out there, you have no choice but to make money.

2. I did good keyword research. You have to understand that if you are not paying for traffic, that the keywords that you pick can either make or break you.

3. I didn't jump on every new fad that passed through. I had my plan laid out and I was going to work it until it panned out.

4. I paid attention. After the first sale came in, I was able to look back and kind of trace the process. Once you are able to do this you can sit back and realize just how simpl the process is.

5. I learned from my mistakes. I made mistakes along the way. Things like not writing good titles and resource boxes - thinking that as long as I wrote an aritcle the rest didn't matter.

Skip ahead a little bit and things make a change for the better. I soon realized after a beat down from Chris Rempel that I needed to start reinvesting back into my business. I was basically doing everything myself and was stuck at an income ceiling of about $4,000 a month. The things he said to me made a lot of sense. So, I started purchasing products and services that would make a difference to my business. And what a difference they made.

To this day, I still can not make my own webpage, but I can certainly afford to pay someone else to do it when I have to and I do sometimes.

As I gained more knowledge and "perfected" my system, I then started creating products. So far I think I have released 1 product on my own and 2 with my partner (zerofill) and the combined total of products sold is pushing the 3,000 mark which has been great.

But, what makes it even better is along the way, I have set up several streams of income that just don't seem to let up. I think it is important that anyone doing this for a living diversifies. So far, these are the income streams that are being maintained.

1. Affiliate products
2. Recurring affiliate products
3. Membership site (owned)
4. Product creation
5. Adsense
6. Coaching/consulting

In the new year, I plan on adding at least 3 more streams to that list.

Now, here is where I need to thank Allen Says and the Warrior Forum. I firmly believe that if it was not for this place that I would not have been able to get to anywhere near the level of success that I have over the past year. Chances are good that I would have gotten myself caught up in the cycle of failure that seems to happen in the IM niche.

I have asked some extremely newbie questions, but the great thing was, no matter how newbish they were, I was always able to get an answer that pointed me in the right direction. Here are a couple of the questions that I asked that make me shake my head now....

How do I make anchor text?
Do I have to use FTP to connect to Squidoo?

Seriously, that is where I started. With that being said, I don't think that there is anyone that has a desire to succeed that can't. The important thing to remember is to push through the days of no sales and picture yourself getting that first sale and more importantly, that first check

In the time that I've been here it has been a ton of fun to progress from a no nothing to someone that is actually able to contribute to the community. More importantly, someone that has been responsible for numerous people actually making their first sales and recieving their first checks.

So, again I thank everyone in this forum that has helped me along the way. You have no idea what a difference it has made in my life.

Jeremy
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  • Profile picture of the author Valdor Kiebach
    This is good advice for anyone who uses 'The science of getting rich' technique.

    Good job and I hope 2009 proves to be even more profitable for you.

    Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

    Well, a couple of days short of that anyway. I signed up for the warrior forum on Christmas day last year.

    ......

    3. I didn't jump on every new fad that passed through. I had my plan laid out and I was going to work it until it panned out.

    .....

    Seriously, that is where I started. With that being said, I don't think that there is anyone that has a desire to succeed that can't. The important thing to remember is to push through the days of no sales and picture yourself getting that first sale and more importantly, that first check

    .....

    So, again I thank everyone in this forum that has helped me along the way. You have no idea what a difference it has made in my life.

    Jeremy
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
    Jeremy, your story sounds very similar to mine...except it took me a hell of
    a lot longer to reach the level of success that I am at. Guess I was just slow.

    Anyway, congrats on your success, your 1 year anniversary and thanks for
    a very informative post.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Dixon
    Great post Jeremy and very inspiring to those people looking to start out online (which I think is going to explode in the coming months).

    I've bookmarked the post on WarPPIt.com - my new social bookmarking site exclusively for the Warrior forum.

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  • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
    Here's to another very successful year!

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    • Profile picture of the author blase40
      Thanks for sharing Jeremy.

      I think something that you did that others have a hard time doing sometimes (including myself in the past), is to continue to believe in the plan you set forth. It is very easy to become distracted after reading about a different technique or business model and lose sight of your plan.

      Great post
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      • Profile picture of the author Robert Oliver
        Congratulations Jeremy,

        You have no idea how much your teachings have changed
        the lives of many here on this forum.

        Thanks for what you do and stand for. Here's to great
        success in 2009.

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      • Profile picture of the author rainyclayday
        Originally Posted by blase40 View Post


        I think something that you did that others have a hard time doing sometimes (including myself in the past), is to continue to believe in the plan you set forth.
        That is so very very true.
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        • Profile picture of the author Alminc
          Congratulations on your well deserved success Jeremy!

          It seems that the key for your success lies here:

          I wrote my ass off. Seriously, I was determined for this to work and I was a writing fool. I was putting out a minimum of 3 articles per day per niche consistently day after day.
          You provided tons of original content, similar to Steven Wagenheim's strategy, and that content made sales for you.

          I wish I could do the same but writing is unfortunatelly not my tallent.
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  • Profile picture of the author Debbie Songster
    Jeremy
    I bought and watched your 30 days of coaching product and I was impressed. You did a really good job
    There are so many different methods and techniques that work for making money online.
    Some work better than others but the really nice part about your series is you show how YOU do it right from the ground up. No BS and the proof is right there.

    There are lots of people who talk about how to do it but they rarely show you what works.
    I think those who talk about it are only regurgitating what they have read somewhere else. Its not that they use the technique and have been successful with it.

    The IM niche is loaded with people who are trying to make money off of people trying to make money in IM who are learning to make money off of others who are trying to make money in IM.

    Looks like you've found your own niche

    Good luck in 2009
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Sol
    I love that post because I can relate to it, 100%!!!
    Same efforts, same mistakes, same process...

    Because of posts like this, the 2009 will be much more profitable for many... Thanks, Jeremy.

    Happy Holidays,

    Success and Happiness,

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  • Profile picture of the author zeppb
    Happy warrior anniversary Jeremy. Thanks for sharing this with us. I'm in your 30 day course and I must say I'm still blown away by it. You've came a long way and quickly to IMO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Then
    Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

    3. I didn't jump on every new fad that passed through. I had my plan laid out and I was going to work it until it panned out.
    If there's anything that stop anyone from succeeding, it's point number 3.
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    • Profile picture of the author michaelmac
      Congrats Jeremy,

      I am so glad for you and your expanding businesses. I have enjoyed working with you on GetNiches in '08 and am looking forward to learning more from you and Don into '09.

      Well dererved buddy.

      Best,

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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Saha
    I must say that was a tremendous 1 year.
    Sticking to your plan is the biggest hurdle specially in IM where theres so much new ideas offered everyday.

    Wish you all the best for 2009!

    Stephen
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Mount
    It's amazing what you can accomplish in a year! Congrats on your success
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Lockwood
    Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

    1. I wrote my ass off.
    Dammit, I knew there would be a catch in here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
    I can tell this to anyone reading right now.

    Jeremy knows his stuff. And it's the kind of stuff you learn in the trenches.

    His Internet Marketing Boot Camp alone is a goldmine.
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    • Profile picture of the author ShayB
      Thank you so much for this post!

      I love hearing success stories.

      I hope 2009 is an even better year for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author warrior2008
    Great Job! We all hope to hear more about your success.

    Stay Golden,

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  • Profile picture of the author Angela V. Edwards
    I agree; that is a very informative post, Jeremy. Congratulations and happy anniversary.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
      Thanks everyone.

      Really incredible to think back at where I started a year ago and where the help that I've gotten here has taken me too.

      So many nuggets of information all over the place that it is really mind boggling.

      Again, many thanks to all warriors.

      Jeremy
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    • Profile picture of the author carmene
      Congratulations Jeremy. What an awesome story. Thanks for telling it!
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  • Profile picture of the author tommygadget
    Jeremy, I remembered some of those early posts. A job well done my friend, go ahead and pat yourself on the back for me

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    • Profile picture of the author avandrunen
      Wow Jeremy,

      I didn't realize that you have only been at this for a year when I signed up for your course, it really goes to show what can be accomplished in 12 months and gives me new hope and hopefully a little fire under my a$$ to get me going and get in gear.

      Congratulations on a great milestone.

      Thanks again for the boot camp,
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  • Profile picture of the author Sylvia Meier
    Great job Jeremy. I recall when I started you had just barely started out as well. I can't wait to ost my 1 year results.

    Here's wishing that 2009 is the best year ever for you and everyone here, and that your income reaches no caps. You've worked hard for all you have earned. Gratz again.

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  • Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post


    All I did was set up as many of these free sites as I possibly could and link them all to a Squidoo page and the money started rolling in. Now, many of you might say that you have tried that and it hasn't worked, right? Here are some keys to why I think this worked for me.


    Jeremy
    Did you have a site, also. Or, did you just use your squidoo as your main site? I just happen to have a video game squidoo page as my main page in that niche.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Marshall
      I had no idea you've only been doing this for a year! I have your step-by-step to niche profits e-book, and it is the best material I have purchased so far. I have been following the formula and I have made a little money so far. I'm sure I would have made a lot more money if I continuously posted articles, and I look forward to making more money in the coming months. Thank you for all of your contributions. You are an inspiration for all of us who want to have a full-time business in Internet Marketing!

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  • Profile picture of the author summer07
    Congratulations on your Anniversary and your success!

    Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

    Now, here is where I need to thank Allen Says and the Warrior Forum. I firmly believe that if it was not for this place that I would not have been able to get to anywhere near the level of success that I have over the past year. Chances are good that I would have gotten myself caught up in the cycle of failure that seems to happen in the IM niche.
    Ditto about the WF...it's a rare find and a real jewel...and your contributions are quite an asset, too. Thanks for your products, and your posts, Jeremy. Keep up the great work!

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    • Profile picture of the author melanied
      CONGRATULATIONS!

      Man, even at this point, I can't imagine how much more successful I would be if I would pick one plan, follow it through, and then move on to the next. My *main* challenge is that I get so excited about new ideas that I leave projects half finished.

      That's my take-away from your post....thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author learnmore
    Hey Jeremy,
    I like your story and wish you all the best in your future. It's inspiring and motivating for the new comers and shows that it CAN be done and this IM thing is real.

    Now I do have a question or two, did you do IM full time or part time with a 9 to 5 day job?

    Second do you think having technical(web/Html/web hosting all that fancy stuff) background might have helped you little more or you think it didn't really matter much?

    Thank you for sharing your story.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
      Actually, up until about 6 months ago I had a 9AM - 8PM job working at a mobile home lot So, most of my Internet Marketing was done extremely early in the morning or late at night after my kids went off to bed

      As far as would the technical skills have made me more money? I'm not sure...Like I said, I still don't have those skills except for some very basic skills.



      Originally Posted by learnmore View Post

      Hey Jeremy,
      I like your story and wish you all the best in your future. It's inspiring and motivating for the new comers and shows that it CAN be done and this IM thing is real.

      Now I do have a question or two, did you do IM full time or part time with a 9 to 5 day job?

      Second do you think having technical(web/Html/web hosting all that fancy stuff) background might have helped you little more or you think it didn't really matter much?

      Thank you for sharing your story.
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  • Profile picture of the author ADAMw3
    Very inspirational! Good luck in 2009!
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  • Profile picture of the author imoutthere
    "1. I wrote my ass off. Seriously, I was determined for this to work and I was a writing fool. I was putting out a minimum of 3 articles per day per niche consistently day after day. If you get enough content out there, you have no choice but to make money."

    So how many articles was that a day? was it only for those 3 niches? Is there a minimum number or articles per blog that u used? some say 5 some say 10? or did you just keep on adding articles until you've gotten results?

    Im looking to following a similar system. Just trying to perfect my plan.

    BTW, Happy annivesary. Hopefully I will be able to post something similar next year.

    '09 sounds like its gonna be even better for you already!
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
      Originally Posted by imoutthere View Post

      "1. I wrote my ass off. Seriously, I was determined for this to work and I was a writing fool. I was putting out a minimum of 3 articles per day per niche consistently day after day. If you get enough content out there, you have no choice but to make money."

      So how many articles was that a day? was it only for those 3 niches? Is there a minimum number or articles per blog that u used? some say 5 some say 10? or did you just keep on adding articles until you've gotten results?
      In the beginning I was just going nuts, literally. I was pounding on my keyboard until my fingers hurt.

      But, when you actually take a step back and look at how things work...it makes a big difference.

      For instance, good keyword research alone makes a ton of difference. This is especially true in the more competitive niches that I like to get into. With putting smart work in upfront I was able to reduce the number of articles I had to write dramatically which in turn let me focus on things like building backlinks etc. Which then allowed me to get enough traffic to those niches to move to other niches and set up different streams of income.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    JK,

    this is an awesome and VERY insightful post.

    I am amazed that you started out at ZERO and you said you made $2000 in CB after about 40 days? This is outstanding.

    It makes me realize how WRONG i started out, as a programmer with a total "wrong" focus on creating and designing a site and spending a long time making my first XSITE pro site - while others with no design/HTML skill focus on the RIGHT stuff, "just" go on blogger and squidoo and rake in money without the overhead of programming and web site design.

    This is truly great and shows that it can be fatal to focus on the wrong things, time spent on projects which ultimately wont yield a ROI worthy the time spent on.

    You nailed it with doing exactly the right things like writing articles and submitting them and with your consistency in what you're doing!

    G.
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    • Profile picture of the author tommygadget
      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      JK,

      this is an awesome and VERY insightful post.

      I am amazed that you started out at ZERO and you said you made $2000 in CB after about 40 days? This is outstanding.

      It makes me realize how WRONG i started out, as a programmer with a total "wrong" focus on creating and designing a site and spending a long time making my first XSITE pro site - while others with no design/HTML skill focus on the RIGHT stuff, "just" go on blogger and squidoo and rake in money without the overhead of programming and web site design.

      This is truly great and shows that it can be fatal to focus on the wrong things, time spent on projects which ultimately wont yield a ROI worthy the time spent on.

      You nailed it with doing exactly the right things like writing articles and submitting them and with your consistency in what you're doing!

      G.
      George, how true your observations are. Many moons ago I joined a VRE membership run by a respected warrior and spent about a month editing css layouts and all that to get the perfect seo-friendly template for my niche sites. In the meantime, some other warriors put up some of the crappiest sites I ever saw and blew mine away income-wise. Just shows you that I have a techie focus and other more successful people have a business focus. I have remedied that to an extent, but I still go back...

      TomG.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
      Originally Posted by GeorgR. View Post

      JK,

      this is an awesome and VERY insightful post.

      I am amazed that you started out at ZERO and you said you made $2000 in CB after about 40 days? This is outstanding.

      It makes me realize how WRONG i started out, as a programmer with a total "wrong" focus on creating and designing a site and spending a long time making my first XSITE pro site - while others with no design/HTML skill focus on the RIGHT stuff, "just" go on blogger and squidoo and rake in money without the overhead of programming and web site design.

      This is truly great and shows that it can be fatal to focus on the wrong things, time spent on projects which ultimately wont yield a ROI worthy the time spent on.

      You nailed it with doing exactly the right things like writing articles and submitting them and with your consistency in what you're doing!

      G.
      Thanks George

      I am slowly starting to pick up some of the technical stuff now...hell, I almost have FTP mastered
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  • Profile picture of the author jhongren
    Hi Jeremy,

    Thanks for your wonderful post.

    I can relate to it as I believe it somehow depicts a successful Internet Marketers' journey.

    I remember I used to wake up at 4am to create my ebooks till about 8am and later finding myself dozing off at work in my office.

    And after I got home from work, I had to spent another 5 hours working on my business and making sure that it gets as automated as possible so that it can provide me with the recurring and passive income right now.

    I believe each of us has something to learn but not necessary, we must master it.

    Like what you said, we got to leverage on our strength and enjoy this journey of ours.

    And finally a big thank you for all the help you have given me.

    Cheers,
    John
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
      Originally Posted by jhongren View Post

      Hi Jeremy,

      Thanks for your wonderful post.

      I can relate to it as I believe it somehow depicts a successful Internet Marketers' journey.

      I remember I used to wake up at 4am to create my ebooks till about 8am and later finding myself dozing off at work in my office.

      And after I got home from work, I had to spent another 5 hours working on my business and making sure that it gets as automated as possible so that it can provide me with the recurring and passive income right now.

      I believe each of us has something to learn but not necessary, we must master it.

      Like what you said, we got to leverage on our strength and enjoy this journey of ours.

      And finally a big thank you for all the help you have given me.

      Cheers,
      John
      It's tough, isn't it?

      Trying to keep the money coming in from your "real job" and trying to successfully start a business of your own on the side can really beat you down sometimes.

      If you stick through it though, it all works out and you are proof of that, John. Hope you have the best year ever bro.

      Jeremy
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      • Profile picture of the author jhongren
        Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

        It's tough, isn't it?

        Trying to keep the money coming in from your "real job" and trying to successfully start a business of your own on the side can really beat you down sometimes.

        If you stick through it though, it all works out and you are proof of that, John. Hope you have the best year ever bro.

        Jeremy
        Hey Jeremy,

        You have always been supporting me and giving me excellent advice!

        I am very grateful!

        I am sure you are going to have an even better 2009!

        John
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  • Profile picture of the author SaSeoPete
    Great post, very inspirational!

    I am currently working a 9-5 and getting my IM business up and running. Hope to be where you are by the end of 2009!

    Thanks again.
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  • Profile picture of the author lazavas
    jeremy, well done mate, u deserve, a nice guy that really know his stuff, all the very best
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  • Profile picture of the author lazavas
    this is awesome stuff, jeremy u have come out of nowhere (dont mean that in a bad way) to earn so much respect, personally i would buy any of ur products without even thinking, u have helped me out heaps dude, u deserve everything good that comes ur way, and ill tell u why im saying all this stuff, its because everything u do u never try to push sales onto people, that is why u are so successful, ive seen so many products where u buy them and somewhere along the line its the old "here we go again" when they try and push crap onto u, all the best to u and ur family mate, u have my respect thats for sure
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    • Profile picture of the author KirkMcD
      WHAT!!!! Hard work and Perseverance paid off!
      How dare you ruin my dreams of easy riches.


      Congratulations on your success.
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  • Profile picture of the author ninja newbie
    Dude, right now you are my hero. Your story is so inspiring to me that I can't even express it in words. You have and are doing exactly what...I DREAM OF DOING IN THIS BUSINESS...sorry didn't mean to shout...or maybe I did...that being said I think I'll be a warrior for life because of you and other here like you, who do what you do.

    Terry
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  • Profile picture of the author JJOrana
    Wow! In just 12 months you already done a lot of things.

    You're an action man dude. Congratulations and see you at the top
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  • Profile picture of the author James Schramko
    Well done Jeremy,

    I like how you invested to get to the next level. Applied knowledge is indeed a power weapon!

    Regards

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  • Profile picture of the author traces2757
    Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

    In the time that I've been here it has been a ton of fun to progress from a no nothing to someone that is actually able to contribute to the community. More importantly, someone that has been responsible for numerous people actually making their first sales and recieving their first checks.


    Jeremy
    For some reason, that post inspired me the most. And there have been a lot of wonderfully inspiring posts here.

    I haven't made money from IM yet, other than writing articles for my clients, but I'm finally getting my plan organized and will be diving in after the first of the year. One of the things I look forward to the most after I start making a steady income from IM is helping others do the same.

    Thanks, Jeremy!
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    Wishin you EVEN Greater success for the upcoming years
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  • Profile picture of the author vbm08
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    Thanks Jeremy for a great inspirational post. It always gives me great motivation and the required will power to push myself further to go beyond my limits and take a massive action to accomplish my goal.

    THANKS AGAIN...
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    Jeremy
    Happy Holidays to you and your family!
    Congratulations and thank you for a wonderful Christmas sharing post.

    You have lifted so many people's spirits and you area fine example.

    Tina and little Fern
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  • Great post Jeremy! Thanks for sharing. Hope 2009 is a big success for you!
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