by wass11
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I have so many emails (by gmail) from enormous persons, but they nearly always makes me disturbed and confused.

They are always asserting that it is a method to make money (like 100K-300K, It's a only example for amount of money).

How can I judge which is authentic or fake among of them?
(Should I pay the price like registering membership their sites with money?)
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  • Profile picture of the author adsassist
    Delete/unsubscribe them all and start over.

    Right now I only have 2 marketers emailing me. Neither of them say they can make me any kind of money. They give me great value and give me educational emails on products I would be interested in to help me make money.

    Any marketer giving you a set number you can make is just giving you high hopes. Normally these would be considered as a scam.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nar0
      Originally Posted by adsassist View Post

      Any marketer giving you a set number you can make is just giving you high hopes. Normally these would be considered as a scam.
      You just described the WSO thread - Warriors Special Offer Forum

      :p:p:p

      Waiting for the Banned Hammer :confused:
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      • Profile picture of the author adsassist
        Originally Posted by Nar0 View Post

        You just described the WSO thread - Warriors Special Offer Forum

        :p:p:p

        Waiting for the Banned Hammer :confused:
        Why would you point out the pink elephant in the room? We all know it is there.
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        • Profile picture of the author Nar0
          Originally Posted by adsassist View Post

          Why would you point out the pink elephant in the room? We all know it is there.
          Sorry, but for some reason that elephant is invisible to the majority of users. Even though it is PINK! :p

          Sorry for hijacking your thread, I am exiting (maybe forever).
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  • Profile picture of the author Evocess
    Be careful those. But I am sure that there are others who are honest and they can give you a real proof of their business success.

    Uhm, if you're not interested with their email you can just ignore or delete their emails.

    But that is how email marketing works. You need to grab the attention and build excitement in your mail content.
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    • Profile picture of the author wass11
      but the amount those emails sent to me are huge everyday, so I need to determine what it really works.
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      • Profile picture of the author HeySal
        Originally Posted by wass11 View Post

        but the amount those emails sent to me are huge everyday, so I need to determine what it really works.
        Some of the biggest marketers on the Net have turned out to be scammers.

        Did they just send you the emails or are you subscribed? NEVER answer an email or take it seriously if you have not signed up for that list - even if you think the person sending it is successful or important. They are not doing a legitimate business if they are sending emails that you did not opt in to receive -so that's your first clue.

        If you are subscribed and see something that interests you - go to the website and read EVERYTHING - terms of service, small print, disclaimers. If you are still interested after that, do some searching on Google and see what others are saying about it - see if there are complaints.

        Then, when all is said and done - forget the programs. Build your own website and offer your own products or affiliate products, or offer services that you are qualified to offer.
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        • Profile picture of the author wass11
          Thank you!!
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          • Study the logical framework of what they're saying. It should have this foundation:

            Online sales can be generated from having traffic that does some sort of action in your site, and this action gives them what they want, while the same action gives you one-time profits or repeat business or wider exposure in offsite markets or affiliates that will try to generate more traffic and potential sales for you. For example:

            Let's say the person selling you the dream is guaranteeing $30K/month and says you can start doing this a week after paying $7 for his or her video course about the exact same CPA marketing blueprint he or she uses to generate millions of $$$ per year. Now:

            This person says he uses ZIP and email CPA submit offers that pay $5 for each qualified lead that enters his or her ZIP or email address in the CPA form displayed on this person's site. So:

            This means you need more than 6000 viewers per month (factoring in PayPal fees), all interested in the stuff they can get from that CPA offer to see the CPA offer on your site and enter their ZIPs or email addresses. These 6000+++ viewers should all be qualified leads, which means they should satisfy the set of parameters required by the CPA advertiser, such as country/location, gender, age bracket and so on. This also means:

            Since you won't most likely get 6000 out of 6000 viewers to fill out your CPA offer, let alone get 6000 out of 6000 viewers all qualified in terms of the CPA advertiser's requirements, then you would most likely need a lot more than 6000 viewres per month. This means:

            Let's say 5% conversions is a workable number to use for projecting a reasonable traffic:conversion ratio. Because you need more than 6000 conversions/month (factoring in PayPal fees) to hit that $30K/month target, then you'd most likely need more than 120K viewers/month. Now remember:

            This person said you'd be on your way to earning $30K/month after a week of learning his or her exact same CPA marketing blueprint that this person uses to generate millions per year. This person could mean one month after learning this blueprint and implementing it, you'd have $30K in your PayPal, guaranteed, but that's not the only guarantee, since this person's guaranteeing not just a one-month thing here -- This person is guaranteeing a recurring monthly income of $30K with this CPA marketing blueprint. Now tell me:

            A week after learning this CPA marketing blueprint (or any blueprint for that matter), are you confident enough to say that you can drive 120K viewers, real people, all interested in the stuff they can get from your CPA email or ZIP submit offers, to your website and have at least 5% of them fill out the CPA form as qualified leads for the CPA advertiser, in the next 30 days?

            Think about the niche or niches you need to focus on. It should have a lot of people wanting the stuff that's offered by CPA advertisers with relevant CPA offers. Think about the competing sites and CPA publishers in those niches -- You should outdo them. Think about your advertising and promotional costs, your onsite and offsite content costs and so on. Think about the time you need to use for testing different strategies, monitoring your results and improving your campaigns. Think about fluctuating niche popularity, market popularity, relevant product demand and relevant competing supplier growth. At this point:

            This entire thing doesn't sound right, does it? So:

            What about someone selling, for $7, a CPA marketing blueprint that guarantees $3K recurring monthly income a month after learning this person's blueprint and implementing it? How about $7 for a CPA marketing blueprint that guarantees $300/month?

            It still doesn't sound right, does it? How about a CPA marketing blueprint that could help you earn $300 recurring monthly income, with you paying the seller 20% of the monthly profits you earn from implementing his or her blueprint, for the next 6 months?

            Point is, trust your investigative, logical and analytical abilities...
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    • Profile picture of the author adsassist
      Originally Posted by Evocess View Post

      Be careful those. But I am sure that there are others who are honest and they can give you a real proof of their business success.

      Uhm, if you're not interested with their email you can just ignore or delete their emails.

      But that is how email marketing works. You need to grab the attention and build excitement in your mail content.
      I'm sure there are honest marketers.

      To have headlines that have a promise to make you a set number (30,000 in a week) is a bad tactic. They may have made that much, doesn't mean you will. Most cases it is BS and they made it up. I can right now show you proof I make a million a month ( I don't make that a month).

      Then this person tries the product out, fails to make any money from it. Then will get no help from the creator or tries to charge them even more for one on one help.

      They should be more creative in head lines. "How to take your income to the next level". Something that will grab the attention but does not set an unrealistic goal for a beginner.

      That is the point for the set number head line, to grab beginners attention. We all know a beginner wont make that kind of money. Making the % rate so high for failure in IM. These marketers don't care though as they have money in their pocket.

      I only speak of this from my own experience from when I first started. Now I wont even look at a product with those headlines. Which only made me more successful on my journey.
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  • Profile picture of the author leliahawkins31
    try the boxbe add it in your email, and you will see filtering all the important emails from spams/junks.

    thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author wass11
      Thank you your comment!
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  • Profile picture of the author abraham26
    Most of these emails are scam, to buy an e-book or something like this. I never read them and add them to Spam folder.
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  • Profile picture of the author denysapu
    Originally Posted by wass11 View Post

    I have so many emails (by gmail) from enormous persons, but they nearly always makes me disturbed and confused.

    They are always asserting that it is a method to make money (like 100K-300K, It's a only example for amount of money).

    How can I judge which is authentic or fake among of them?
    (Should I pay the price like registering membership their sites with money?)
    By the way, did you sign up to their mailing list before you got an email?
    If not, you should not cares about the emails.
    That's not the way by a professional who really offers value for you.

    It could be that they come just to take your money, nothing more.
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  • Profile picture of the author CsabaSzücs
    A few months ago I unsubscribed almost every list I was on. After some months you will know, who is only wasting your time - and who give you real value (for your money).

    Usually those, who are wasting your time - they sell complex "marketing systems". Others, who are really good and give value - they usually sell some simple method, however those requires some knowledge, for example SEO, etc. - but basically they are simple ways of making money. But they take time to do so.

    Obviously, these are only my experiences. But based on them I now focus only a few things: Kindle, EMDs - Amazon Review Sites (yes, they still work if you know how to do), Authority Sites (based on products on Amazon).
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