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Guys,

I have been looking on getting started with this business opportunity from home but from what i have seen all the last posts and videos where from back in 2011. I mean i know someone who is earning amazing from it but it looks like everyone has deserted it.

Any reasons guys, is YNB is still ok to join?
#died #yournetbiz
  • Is the site still up? Yes it is, so the program is still in operation

    Lee Mckenna is still promoting it, and he's the most successful of the YNB people I know, so i guess it's still working for him.

    I've been interested in getting in under him at some point. I know the majority of people you sign on are only sucked in by the opportunity of making $$$ transactions, which is what is intriguing me. But they do actually have a huge database of useful information and ebooks, so it's not like the price tag isn't warranted, but they lead with the opportunity to earn big cash getting others to sign-up, rather than their database of info, which makes them look shady.
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    • Profile picture of the author danieldoyle1
      Yeahh bro i've worked under him before and i know he is legit and makes a fair few bob. I am going to jump on board the platinum membership end of next month.
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      • Originally Posted by danieldoyle1 View Post

        Yeahh bro i've worked under him before and i know he is legit and makes a fair few bob. I am going to jump on board the platinum membership end of next month.
        Howcome you stopped?
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  • Profile picture of the author arranrice
    Things change....

    I remember when a mobile phone would cost £1000 (basic phone just to call people on)

    Now you can get smartphones for £100 that do everything!

    Things change, people adapt.
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    • Profile picture of the author danieldoyle1
      The business Passport to Wealth folded
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      • Profile picture of the author andyjbenson
        Originally Posted by danieldoyle1 View Post

        The business Passport to Wealth folded
        Hi Daniel,
        if you're familiar with PTW you might know of the SFM program (Six Figure Mentors) with Stuart Ross. Iv'e known Stu for over 4 years now and he's highly successful. SFM is his own creation alongside his latest program Digital Experts Academy.

        If you're looking for a high ticket program and have not seen the above you might want to consider these before making a decision. Purely none-biased opinion as I am not a member, just know Stu well and he's a great guy.

        Hope that helps buddy,

        Andy Benson
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        • Profile picture of the author danieldoyle1
          Thanks for the advice mate i will check that out
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        • Profile picture of the author livo
          Originally Posted by andyjbenson View Post

          Hi Daniel,
          if you're familiar with PTW you might know of the SFM program (Six Figure Mentors) with Stuart Ross. Iv'e known Stu for over 4 years now and he's highly successful. SFM is his own creation alongside his latest program Digital Experts Academy.

          If you're looking for a high ticket program and have not seen the above you might want to consider these before making a decision. Purely none-biased opinion as I am not a member, just know Stu well and he's a great guy.

          Hope that helps buddy,

          Andy Benson
          I have seen Stuart Ross through an advertisement via my Facebook account and he does seem to be a great guy and the SFM program he is promoting clearly works for him and a lot of his customers!

          I have not however subscribed to his list and not been interested in the program solely because iam a member of another site.

          By the way Andy how much does Stuart charge for the program?
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          • Profile picture of the author AndyCole1971
            My first experience online was parting with over £2,000 to become a member of YNB and I had a terrible experience with it.

            I tried Six Figure Mentors not long after and have been a member ever since it began (August 2010). It's a good product, quite easy to market and I still have faith in it.
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  • Hi Daniel,

    Its still available to join but to be honest id save your money. Its just selling the opportunity. Like making money online by showing others how to make money online. I signed up under a certain female mentor at the time an since then all the big players have since disappeared from yournetbiz.

    Shaun smith,simon stepsys,cher pearce,stuart ross, brett wash, damian benko the list goes on.

    I still have my yournetbiz domain that im actually in the process of revamping. yournetbizfortune.com great domain to build a blog on for seo training etc.

    To be honest my experience from yournetbiz was dreadful, i paid for the platinum package, attended all the live training etc but never made a penny. It was direct selling and the products in the back office were nothing but a library or crappy plr products. But i did learn something:there is money to be made online but selling an opportunity is not it. I now run a digital marketing company in Glasgow, ive got several websites making a great income, and i have several projects lined up: seo/im training membership site and yournetbizfortune.com will be revamped as make money online blog for reviews of products and quality info,training,seo etc.

    My advice would be to forget about ynb or any other opportunity. Find a product thats been tested etc and supply the demand. People who buy into ynb are always selling a dream to unsuspecting people at a very high price. I still get reminded by my wife about spending £2000 on ynb and got nothing from it. Fortunately i stuck in and studied seo religiously and now make a full time income doing seo for my own sites, clients, and affiliate sites.

    If you need any help let me know.

    Best wishes
    Robert
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