Finally Bit the Bullet and Joined the War Room - My Brief Review for Newbies

by Joan Altz 9 replies
Well, I've been a member here on the WF for over a year and only several days ago decided to go ahead and join the War Room.

My review is simply this:

The War Room is full of freebie products and some of them were WSOs - and some were big sellers!

Within a couple of days I found one freebie in there that was totally amazing and I would have easily spent $97 for it (no exaggeration whatsoever).

So if you are a newbie, straddling the fence about whether to join the War Room or not, you should not be like me - a rather hard-headed and overly skeptical type - and SAVE YOURSELF MONEY by spending the money to join.

It is worth it, and I advise you to use the "advanced search" function after you join to find things you want and are interested in putting to use. Makes sorting through it all a lot easier.

Cheers.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicolasmd2112
    Thanks for the info, i wasn't skeptical about it, i just didn't think that there was much it had to offer, so i guess now i'll reconsider, Thanks mate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joan Altz
    You're welcome. If you buy WSOs often, it's a real money saver. A lot of good training by some generous sellers are available also.
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    • Profile picture of the author techservice
      Yes, WF membership is a no brainer if you are active online.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    It truly is a great value. I try to make it a point to download at least 2 Free WSOs from the WR every day so I can increase my affiliate knowledge while working on my own projects. You have to devote at least 1 hour daily to learning and scale up from time to time. Hard work alone is not going to cut it. You have to have continuous inputs so you can work smart and hard.
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    • Profile picture of the author 1byte
      Agreed, there are lots of freebies -- many of them WSOs whose value far exceeds the cost of the War Room. The price of membership is cheap for all you get, so you really need to join if you haven't already.
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  • Profile picture of the author jackcarr
    Its good, but if you are very new like me you should think twice before joining.

    When I saw all the posts I had no idea where to turn, there is a lot of good info in there but you need to be good enough to sift through them all and find the gems

    Just my 0.02
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  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    Are the WSOs in the WR very current ones which have recently been released or ones a bit older?
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    • Profile picture of the author 1byte
      Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

      Are the WSOs in the WR very current ones which have recently been released or ones a bit older?
      There are some that are very recent, many are older, but most of it is still quite useful -- and free! Just because some of the stuff has been there for a while doesn't mean it is of no value. A lot of things you will find in the War Room, such as on list building, writing content, marketing techniques, motivation, organization, site optimization etc. consist of timeless principles that work just as well today as they did when first presented.
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      • Profile picture of the author techbul
        Originally Posted by 1byte View Post

        There are some that are very recent, many are older, but most of it is still quite useful -- and free! Just because some of the stuff has been there for a while doesn't mean it is of no value. A lot of things you will find in the War Room, such as on list building, writing content, marketing techniques, motivation, organization, site optimization etc. consist of timeless principles that work just as well today as they did when first presented.
        Totally agree with you on this one. Just because something is old doesn't mean it's not valuable.
        Also, there is plenty of recent stuff as well. If you want to develop yourself as an IMer, then joining the War Room is a no-brainer.
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