Is There A 3-Step Make Money Online Tip?

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Okay, this post is basically about, "how to make money online quickly." The most recent claim of a newbie is 3 sales from a totally new website in less than 18 days from a program like "Bring-the-Fresh."

Are these types of make-money-fast online info systems really worth $97?

Although this is a one-time-only payment, I seriously wonder whether we need to pay ninety-seven bucks just for someone to say, "here's what to do in order to make 3 sales from a brand new website in only 18 days."

That is the claim to fame uttered in an online advertisement I recently read online about Bring-the-Fresh. Some guy put up a brand new website site, from scratch and generated 3 Clickbank sales before 18 days had passed.

Now, to tell you what I already know for sure... I have done that same thing before with the PotPieGirl's "One Week Marketing" program. However, I only made ONE sale and it took about 30 days before that sale occurred.

Perhaps we can better spend our time (and save money, too) when we talk about the actual TECHNIQUES or steps utilized to create a sale from a new website online.

Essentially, we all know that the following basic 3-step procedure works:

1. Purchase a Google killer keyword domain name in a lucrative niche;

2. Write articles around the primary anchor text keyword phrase, plus link them with blogs and social bookmarks (and don't forget to PING all your new links);

3. Be sure that all of the above points to your nice "SEO-friendly" landing page, which is pleasing to the eye, short enough to convert, and visually professional in its appearance.

The above three steps only cost $7.49 (and that fee is only for the purchase of yoru "GoDaddy dot com" style domain name).

I see no need for the $97 "talk-to-me" payout requested by programs like "Bring-the-Fresh" and its hundreds of brother or sister info purchase plans.

Warriors, what do you think?
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Michal
    I could teach you a far more profitable "system" than the one you just described. The thing about it is that I charge way more than $97.

    But would it really matter if I charge $1,500 and what I taught you was making you 13k a month? probably not.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rankomatic
    Originally Posted by kdockins View Post

    Okay, this post is basically about, "how to make money online quickly." The most recent claim of a newbie is 3 sales from a totally new website in less than 18 days from a program like "Bring-the-Fresh."

    Are these types of make-money-fast online info systems really worth $97?

    Although this is a one-time-only payment, I seriously wonder whether we need to pay ninety-seven bucks just for someone to say, "here's what to do in order to make 3 sales from a brand new website in only 18 days."

    That is the claim to fame uttered in an online advertisement I recently read online about Bring-the-Fresh. Some guy put up a brand new website site, from scratch and generated 3 Clickbank sales before 18 days had passed.

    Now, to tell you what I already know for sure... I have done that same thing before with the PotPieGirl's "One Week Marketing" program. However, I only made ONE sale and it took about 30 days before that sale occurred.

    Perhaps we can better spend our time (and save money, too) when we talk about the actual TECHNIQUES or steps utilized to create a sale from a new website online.

    Essentially, we all know that the following basic 3-step procedure works:

    1. Purchase a Google killer keyword domain name in a lucrative niche;

    2. Write articles around the primary anchor text keyword phrase, plus link them with blogs and social bookmarks (and don't forget to PING all your new links);

    3. Be sure that all of the above points to your nice "SEO-friendly" landing page, which is pleasing to the eye, short enough to convert, and visually professional in its appearance.

    The above three steps only cost $7.49 (and that fee is only for the purchase of yoru "GoDaddy dot com" style domain name).

    I see no need for the $97 "talk-to-me" payout requested by programs like "Bring-the-Fresh" and its hundreds of brother or sister info purchase plans.

    Warriors, what do you think?
    BTF is full of angry people who have been ripped off once again. Once in you will be very carefully milked by the 2 owners. All the info in there is already on the WF. I joined to have a look and ended up getting a refund. Nothing to see there. Like most forums they have their following of the kiss-up types that believe every word spoken by the owners is true.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      1. Find a problem

      2. Solve the problem

      3. Sell the fix
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      "May I have ten thousand marbles, please?"

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      • Profile picture of the author myob
        Here's what's called the Texas two step:

        1). Build a list.

        2). Sell to the list.
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        • Profile picture of the author whatihave
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          Originally Posted by myob View Post

          Here's what's called the Texas two step:

          1). Build a list.

          2). Sell to the list.
          Though incredibly simplistic in this form, I completely agree with this approach.
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      • Profile picture of the author RSMarketing
        Originally Posted by Jill Carpenter View Post

        1. Find a problem

        2. Solve the problem

        3. Sell the fix
        Best 3 step program out there and it's FREE!

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

        1. Find a problem

        2. Solve the problem

        3. Sell the fix
        And Those 3 Steps Are Always Know As:
        Giving the right people the right message with the right offer at the right time.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Originally Posted by kdockins View Post

    Okay, this post is basically about, "how to make money online quickly." The most recent claim of a newbie is 3 sales from a totally new website in less than 18 days from a program like "Bring-the-Fresh."

    Are these types of make-money-fast online info systems really worth $97?

    Although this is a one-time-only payment, I seriously wonder whether we need to pay ninety-seven bucks just for someone to say, "here's what to do in order to make 3 sales from a brand new website in only 18 days."

    That is the claim to fame uttered in an online advertisement I recently read online about Bring-the-Fresh. Some guy put up a brand new website site, from scratch and generated 3 Clickbank sales before 18 days had passed.

    Now, to tell you what I already know for sure... I have done that same thing before with the PotPieGirl's "One Week Marketing" program. However, I only made ONE sale and it took about 30 days before that sale occurred.

    Perhaps we can better spend our time (and save money, too) when we talk about the actual TECHNIQUES or steps utilized to create a sale from a new website online.

    Essentially, we all know that the following basic 3-step procedure works:

    1. Purchase a Google killer keyword domain name in a lucrative niche;

    2. Write articles around the primary anchor text keyword phrase, plus link them with blogs and social bookmarks (and don't forget to PING all your new links);

    3. Be sure that all of the above points to your nice "SEO-friendly" landing page, which is pleasing to the eye, short enough to convert, and visually professional in its appearance.

    The above three steps only cost $7.49 (and that fee is only for the purchase of yoru "GoDaddy dot com" style domain name).

    I see no need for the $97 "talk-to-me" payout requested by programs like "Bring-the-Fresh" and its hundreds of brother or sister info purchase plans.

    Warriors, what do you think?
    While your 3 steps may work for some, they are very broad and incomplete. A total newbie wouldn't have a clue what to do with that information.

    For example
    1. Purchase a Google killer keyword domain name in a lucrative niche;

    Most newbies don't have a clue how to find a profitable niche.

    2. Write articles around the primary anchor text keyword phrase, plus link them with blogs and social bookmarks (and don't forget to PING all your new links);

    Most newbies don't have a clue how to do keyword research or even what ping means.


    3. Be sure that all of the above points to your nice "SEO-friendly" landing page, which is pleasing to the eye, short enough to convert, and visually professional in its appearance.

    How do you create a landing page? How do you make it SEO friendly? What is short enough to convert?

    The program you mentioned is actually a very good product that does cover the details. I'm not an affiliate but I have seen the product. In addition to being comprehensive and covering those pesky little details, they provide support in their forum for their customers with additional questions.

    So a newbie has a lot more chance of success and gains a lot more knowledge spending some cash for that course than they do reading this post. Kelly Felix has made millions of dollars, and has a lot of happy customers, but not only that ... his customers use what they learn and it works for them. Obviously, Rankomatic (above post) is not one of the happy customers, but there are plenty.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terri LC
    Thanks for the clarification. For the more seasoned marketers, it was nothing new for me to learn, but I always think there is more to discover and to learn which is why I continue to buy - but Jill snapped me back into reality.

    Cheers,
    Terri
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  • Profile picture of the author sshusain
    1) Find out any hot problem

    2) Write an ebook with step by step instruction

    3) sell it on Docstoc, scribd.com, slidshare.com


    or easiest one sell your services on fiverr.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan2525
    Originally Posted by kdockins View Post

    Okay, this post is basically about, "how to make money online quickly." The most recent claim of a newbie is 3 sales from a totally new website in less than 18 days from a program like "Bring-the-Fresh."

    Are these types of make-money-fast online info systems really worth $97?

    Although this is a one-time-only payment, I seriously wonder whether we need to pay ninety-seven bucks just for someone to say, "here's what to do in order to make 3 sales from a brand new website in only 18 days."

    That is the claim to fame uttered in an online advertisement I recently read online about Bring-the-Fresh. Some guy put up a brand new website site, from scratch and generated 3 Clickbank sales before 18 days had passed.

    Now, to tell you what I already know for sure... I have done that same thing before with the PotPieGirl's "One Week Marketing" program. However, I only made ONE sale and it took about 30 days before that sale occurred.

    Perhaps we can better spend our time (and save money, too) when we talk about the actual TECHNIQUES or steps utilized to create a sale from a new website online.

    Essentially, we all know that the following basic 3-step procedure works:

    1. Purchase a Google killer keyword domain name in a lucrative niche;

    2. Write articles around the primary anchor text keyword phrase, plus link them with blogs and social bookmarks (and don't forget to PING all your new links);

    3. Be sure that all of the above points to your nice "SEO-friendly" landing page, which is pleasing to the eye, short enough to convert, and visually professional in its appearance.

    The above three steps only cost $7.49 (and that fee is only for the purchase of yoru "GoDaddy dot com" style domain name).

    I see no need for the $97 "talk-to-me" payout requested by programs like "Bring-the-Fresh" and its hundreds of brother or sister info purchase plans.

    Warriors, what do you think?
    I have a good 2-Step Make Money Tip

    1. Find out what people want
    2. Give it to them

    I know it sounds to simple, but it works!
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  • Profile picture of the author Damielle
    Here Goes:
    1. Go where the money is: make money online, weight loss, dating advice etc.(choose one)
    2. Build a subscriber list by offering a free gift
    3. Sell products to your list that solve the problem the market has.
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  • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
    The basic premise of any successful online business includes building a list of prospects and offer the products or services that they seek. Your product or service should solve a problem (i.e. a better way to slice carrots, how to build a mailing list, etc.).

    Once you have that list of prospects, market your solution to them. Create a simple sales funnel and offer them more related products and services.

    You can complicate this all you want, but this is how people make money.
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