How to Post A WSO

by AndrewCavanagh 9 replies
I just got PMd by a member asking me how to post a WSO.

Why I'm being asked this question instead of the moderators is beyond me but

Since it can be confusing here are the basic instructions I shared...

1. you go to the warrior special offers section

2. Click on "new thread"

3. You'll be asked how many WSOs you want to pay for (enter 1)

4. Pay

5. After you finish you'll be redirected back to the Warrior Forum

6. Go to the Warrior special offer section again.

7. Click on "new thread" again

8. You'll now be able to enter your WSO just as you would with any other post on the forum.


Some other members may want to add how to add other features like using the WYSIWYG editor etc.

Kindest regards,
Andrew Cavanagh

P.S. If you don't provide a product with exceptional value and quality in your WSO and you don't honor refunds then I hope you burn in hell

And the Warrior Forum members will work out who you are and hound every move you make in internet marketing circles for the rest of your life...which is probably worse than burning in hell!
#main internet marketing discussion forum #post #wso
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  • Profile picture of the author tommygadget
    Originally Posted by AndrewCavanagh View Post

    P.S. If you don't provide a product with exceptional value and quality in your WSO and you don't honor refunds then I hope you burn in hell
    Now THAT'S funny. I was lulled by the politeness of the post and then that line!

    TomG.
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  • Profile picture of the author CWreports
    Originally Posted by AndrewCavanagh View Post

    P.S. If you don't provide a product with exceptional value and quality in your WSO and you don't honor refunds then I hope you burn in hell

    And the Warrior Forum members will work out who you are and hound every move you make in internet marketing circles for the rest of your life...which is probably worse than burning in hell!
    Yeah

    You tell em Andrew...





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    • Profile picture of the author VinceNouvel
      somebody just scam you over the wso andrew? lol this is funny..
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      • Profile picture of the author AndrewCavanagh
        No I've never been scammed in a WSO but the main reasons for that are:

        1. I only buy WSOs off people I know from the forum.

        2. I look for reviews of the product before I buy if I don't already know the person selling the WSO well.

        But there are definitely scammers in the Warrior Special Offer section of this forum and I know they get money off newbies who are just looking for something that will help them get started.

        That pisses me and a whole pile of other Warrior Forum members off (be warned if you're a scammer...you don't get 2 chances after we work out who you are).

        I put the warning in because I was aware that giving step by step instructions on how to post a WSO would also make it easier for some newbie scammer to get started.

        Kindest regards,
        Andrew Cavanagh
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        • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
          Originally Posted by AndrewCavanagh View Post

          But there are definitely scammers in the Warrior Special Offer section of this forum and I know they get money off newbies who are just looking for something that will help them get started.

          That pisses me and a whole pile of other Warrior Forum members off (be warned if you're a scammer...you don't get 2 chances after we work out who you are).
          And if after you're ousted you return under a new user ID, Bev Clement will find you and reveal you to the rest of the forum.

          Then we'll all write about you at Mary Murtha's Name and Shame site, and you'll forever be marked as a shyster.

          So, if you're even thinking about running a scam in the WSO forum, stick with your McDonald's job instead.

          John
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      • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
        Andrew, I was helping someone post a wso, as they were having a problem with some of the coding. I went to the test area of the forum, and then used that to preview it. I played around, until it was all correct. Copied it and then sent it to her.

        I would say use the test part of the forum, to write your sales copy. Don't post it just preview it, and then once you have paid for your wso, copy and paste and then hit submit.
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