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  • Profile picture of the author sanjon
    Buy a few custom made flash templates, edit them and make your own websites..
    Do a little bit seo and sell them..
    Get your hands on a few Videos making, greeting cards and logo designing softwares.. Post your thread here on warriors for hire.. get lots of money.
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  • Profile picture of the author alex.jeffreys
    there is no point just splashing money around if you don't know your outcome.

    I have plenty of hi ticket programs - and people pay $10,000 and never show up EVER?

    WTF?

    so before you go spending money ...

    ask yourself a few questions

    (1) what are your goals?

    (2) when would you like to do this by?

    (3) what would it mean to you?

    (4) how committed are you to do it?

    (5) what's stopped you from doing it in the past?

    get a pen and paper and work on these questions - to know what YOU want.

    other wise you'll find ALOT of people ready to take that $3,000 from you and
    you are still lost INTERNALLY.

    hope you take time to reflect and make the correct choice bud

    Alex Jeffreys
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    I'd say put your money under your mattress until you have a plan. Throwing money around is not a Make Money Online technique. Figure out what you want to do and then buy anything you need to make that happen. There's no magic blueprints. You've got to have some idea of what you'd like to do.
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    • Profile picture of the author NicheMagic
      Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

      I'd say put your money under your mattress until you have a plan. Throwing money around is not a Make Money Online technique. Figure out what you want to do and then buy anything you need to make that happen. There's no magic blueprints. You've got to have some idea of what you'd like to do.

      Best advice you'll get.

      If you know CPA review sites etc why not go back to that ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Zack Lim
    Hi Zoomx,

    You might want to invest some of the money into solo ads so that you build your seed list. In my opinion, I think it is better to start off with small solo ads so that you will know whether your offers can convert with that list.

    Once you have a list of several hundreds, then you can start to do ad swap with other marketers to grow your list. Important thing is to track the squeeze page conversion and the conversion of the sales funnel.

    Hope my humble opinion is useful to you

    Zack
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  • Profile picture of the author alex.jeffreys
    i agree with both above ...

    save as much as you can

    and start to build a list to do email marketing with

    but first get a PLAN about YOU

    what do you want?

    if you don't know - you'll either go broke or stay broke

    I have people day in day out investing BIG money with us
    and I pray they are going to take action and not just wish
    there investment was for MAGIC or something

    just keeping it real

    Alex Jeffreys
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  • Profile picture of the author wcastro
    When you have a solid plan then you'll know where to invest your 3k? Plan plan plan plan then execute!
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
    Originally Posted by zoomx View Post


    I know mostly everything about CPA, affiliate programs, PPC, sites, review sites ..etc


    zoomx


    That is a lot more than most people here know. Why ask us if you already know mostly everything?
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  • Profile picture of the author joekoffi
    If I were you, I'll just head on to Flippa and get a money making site
    but be careful not to fall victim to the bad guys
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  • Profile picture of the author sshusain
    Mr Zoomx,

    It's really better, make a decision which field you are best in. Like maybe you are working on Corporate world, Automobile, or anyother business try to sell your expertise but first look at the hot topic what people are after . You get help from forums and get an idea from there. Now you are going to make an ebook or home study course. Which ever suits you.

    Any help let me know

    Thanks

    S Husain
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  • Profile picture of the author Epic Stephen
    Thanks for the answers guys...

    Yea i have some few plans, opening some cpa review sites, building some clickbank product reviews etc..

    In fact i have like 5-6 ideas/plans, the problem is I dont wanna start making them all in once and then never finish them and screw things up. So i'd better make each and every one of them in particular and not rush things up.

    I think im kinda "scared" of which one to start with coz im afraid if i fail with 1 of the plans i might get dissapointed and never try the other ones..

    Just wanted to hear some of the thoughts you guys had to make sure is the same with what i have in my mind..

    Thanks again
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
      Originally Posted by zoomx View Post

      I think im kinda "scared" of which one to start with coz im afraid if i fail with 1 of the plans i might get dissapointed and never try the other ones..

      Just wanted to hear some of the thoughts you guys had to make sure is the same with what i have in my mind..

      Thanks again

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      Trust the thoughts in your own head a little more, and the second-hand thoughts of others less.



      Gut Check:

      1. Do you have the Guts to get started?
      2. Do you have the Guts to follow-through?


      If "yes" to both, then get it done!
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    • Profile picture of the author onlineleben
      Originally Posted by zoomx View Post

      In fact i have like 5-6 ideas/plans, the problem is I dont wanna start making them all in once and then never finish them and screw things up. So i'd better make each and every one of them in particular and not rush things up.
      OK, that makes it easier than your original post stated.
      Check which of your ideas would be the easiest to implement.
      Build a site
      create some content for an autoresponder
      start creating a list
      promote site
      promote offers to list
      earn money
      check if site needs to be expanded (invest in more content for site and responder)

      rinse and repeat
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  • Profile picture of the author winseosoft
    If you know everything about CPA and stuff why you need somebody to tell you what to do?
    Just do what you did before you took the break.
    If you have that much experience I'm sure you know what to do again.
    This is my oppinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Sure, send me $1500 and I'll give you some coaching.

    Just kidding.

    No, I agree don't just start throwing money around. There's a few products not my own or not that I'm even an affiliate for that I could recommend, but I'm sure many could recommend some others and on and on. It depends on what you are interested in and where you are starting from and kind of skills you have at this moment in time.

    Here's what I suggest though. You have some sites already, right? As long as you are sure you have picked good keywords then start trying to rank them in Google. This is one way. The other way is trying to get direct traffic from a variety of sources or paying for traffic.

    But if you find some good keywords that are buying keywords and have decent search volume, I would say test out an SEO service like Matt LaClear here on Warrior Forum. Look for his service by searching for his name on the forum. As a completely unbiased (or is that biased because I am his customer?) customer and somebody who has paid for some of his links services before, it's definitely the best SEO service I've ever used. Find a service like that and you can get traffic going from the search engines, and at a cheap cost.

    Choose what sites interests you most or which looks like it will have the most success and go with that. Also it will be a cheap test considering your starting budget. Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author serekesh
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  • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
    99% of people here will disagree with me entirely, however, based on my current business model, I'd invest a majority into article writing/outsourcing.

    Having been through the trials of honing in on a few select very high quality writers, for a relatively low price, I'd maximize these connections and, dependent upon who I use, would allow me to have roughly 300-400 articles written.

    I'd put much thought into crafting titles and giving instruction. My instruction would be crafted so as to elicit the best possible product.

    With the completed product, I'll generally add anywhere from 0 to 500 words. I'll make minor grammar/spelling changes where necessary.

    I have had SINGLE articles earn anywhere from $100-$200/ EACH per month with my methods.

    I'd do everything I possibly could to maximize the benefit from that $3,000.

    With 300 articles, the math is fairly simple as to what is possible. There will probably be some "outlier" earners on both ends, I'd shoot to create content that I'm reasonably certain will earn $50-$200/month, for single articles.

    I'd also do everything I could to ensure topics were chosen that I also felt reasonably confident that they'd consistently earn that for no less than 5-10 years.

    I know. It's a large order. But I'm confident, with the right research, instruction and execution, I could turn that $3,000 into multiples of that fairly easily.

    Hope that answered your question as to what I would personally do with $3,000.
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  • Profile picture of the author BabyMama
    I agree with many of the other answers here save your money until you have a clear plan of what you going to do. Read some WSO's and build a solid business plan and stick to it. Then use your money to outsource gradually until you can build up into another project.

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mizzy Princess
    I agree with what Alex Jeffreys said here. 3 k is a lot of money but it will go to waste if you are not on hand in your IM business. There are lots of methods and software to try and thousands of freelancers willing to work with you. Just make a plan first and move if you feel you are ready.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonny Mulroy
    I would invest that into excellent IM education
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  • Profile picture of the author jackwebson
    Hi there,


    Think of some niche you think you are knowledgeable about and be sure not to spend your money directly for the things you are not sure of.

    Do some research. A lot of research. Study your niche and be expert on it.

    So if we want to put it in a nutshell, "Be sure you know what you are doing".


    Jack
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  • Profile picture of the author EdHanson
    WOW $3K to invest to start IM again with your (aready have) knowledge???
    It seems a bit heavy to me -> your kidding right?

    With the knowledge you got you should easy be able to start with less then $100.

    But really you say you know most stuff I dont understand why you should throw your money away.....

    However, you could invest in some "newer" guides or software or a bigger project like get a freelancer and creat an amazon clone or clone a good plugin / software and sell it, do a JV or even better go to flippa and search for a business you can buy....
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  • Profile picture of the author busybusinessman
    Some excellent advice here. I like Redicelander's comments in particular. But remember you have to take action!
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