The War Room,newbie friendly?

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Tell me guys,would it be wise if someone just starting out in IM joins the war room?
Or should I start implementing the principles and techniques here first before moving on there?
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  • Profile picture of the author candoit2
    Originally Posted by S.Kumar View Post

    Tell me guys,would it be wise if someone just starting out in IM joins the war room?
    Or should I start implementing the principles and techniques here first before moving on there?
    In the war room at least you know all the techniques are solid IMO.

    Aaron
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    • Profile picture of the author Kronom
      I am not a member myself, but also considering subscribing, you do not need to be a member as on the normal forum you can probably learn a lot as well.....

      I think that the difference is that the War room members are people who are very committed are are going to stay around for some time if they decided to join the elite.... one would hope to think of course :-)

      Originally Posted by AaronJones View Post

      In the war room at least you know all the techniques are solid IMO.

      Aaron
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken Strong
    Originally Posted by S.Kumar View Post

    Tell me guys,would it be wise if someone just starting out in IM joins the war room?
    Or should I start implementing the principles and techniques here first before moving on there?
    Well -- most of the stuff there is at least intermediate, but it's only $37 for a lifetime subscription. So if spending that amount won't cause you financial stress, you can always go for it now, and if the stuff looks too advanced for you now you can always go back in a few months.
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    • Profile picture of the author Biffo123
      You asked the question for me! I'm brand new to IM, old enough not to have grown up with computers, and I'm trying to read and study as much as I can while battling information overload and getting to grips with the unfamiliar language - MMR, URL, PLR, JV, squeeze page .... I wish there was a kindergarten war room for people like me.

      Like probably everybody else on the forum, I want to earn a full-time living in IM. I don't expect to earn millions, I just want to make enough to quit my job, work from home and be reasonably comfortable financially doing something I enjoy. But from where I am now, it seems like a very big mountain to climb.

      Can anybody offer a word of encouragement? How long before it all starts making sense?
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      • Profile picture of the author wanna-succeed
        Originally Posted by Biffo123 View Post

        I'm trying to read and study as much as I can while battling information overload and getting to grips with the unfamiliar language

        Can anybody offer a word of encouragement? How long before it all starts making sense?
        You and me both buddy
        I am about a month in, and I have already started making small amounts of money, however I am still overwhelmed by all the different terms there are. I would definitely consider undergoing the "Challenge" it's a free IMing course that gives you basic knowledge in all the areas, you will also receive a lot of free trail versions. It got me up and running.....Although I'm still crawling.

        I too have been wondering whether to buy the WR membership, although it seems as if we all are bound to end up in there sooner or later.

        Anyway, best of luck to you, this forum (the free part) is more than enough to help you understand IM to a degree where you will have some sort of a heading.

        Knock em' dead!
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        • Profile picture of the author dave braithwaite
          hi there . i too am still deciding wether to join . but reading all the comments above the best thing would be to join
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      • Profile picture of the author Marketing Merit
        Originally Posted by Biffo123 View Post

        Like probably everybody else on the forum, I want to earn a full-time living in IM. I don't expect to earn millions, I just want to make enough to quit my job, work from home and be reasonably comfortable financially doing something I enjoy. But from where I am now, it seems like a very big mountain to climb.

        Can anybody offer a word of encouragement? How long before it all starts making sense?
        Like most things in life, you will be continually learning Biffo. Especially so in IM where technology is advancing and changing at a rapid pace.

        If I were starting out again, I would have begun with learning about wordpress...plain and simple! Instead, I spent a long time thinking that to have a website you had to know how to do website design. Then I thought that I had to learn all about graphic design! I really did not have a clue!

        The importance of traffic and keywords also took a long while to sink in. I was so chuffed when I uploaded my first (rather crappy) website but just could not understand why I wasn't making thousands of dollars in Adsense income! (In fact, looking back, I'm amazed that I even managed to get an adsense account at all based on that site!!!! How times have changed!)

        The basics can slow you down at first but eventually they will become second nature. I think the secret is to find one solid method you like and stick at it. Don't try and be all things to all men!

        Best of luck!

        PS...don't give up the day job just yet...will you??!!!!

        PPS Yes, for $37 you can't go wrong by joining the War Room. However, it may be a little intimidating for beginners as a certain degree of knowledge is presumed.
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        • Profile picture of the author ucallelse
          Originally Posted by Marketing Merit View Post

          The basics can slow you down at first but eventually they will become second nature. I think the secret is to find one solid method you like and stick at it. Don't try and be all things to all men!
          I definitely believe I've found my niche and I'm focusing on learning whatever I can about it. Just from what I've read about The War Room, I'm definitely going to join. Thanks everyone.

          Charlie U.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brent Selwyn
      Originally Posted by Ken Strong View Post

      Well -- most of the stuff there is at least intermediate, but it's only $37 for a lifetime subscription. So if spending that amount won't cause you financial stress, you can always go for it now, and if the stuff looks too advanced for you now you can always go back in a few months.
      So on balance members say that newbies ( I have been in IM for just over a year and starting to get some traction) should pay the modest joining fee for the war room and become a member?
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    • Profile picture of the author Antunes
      Iam looking for a business partners to start a cyber cafe business here in Angola. If you interested, let me know.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Ken Strong View Post

      Well -- most of the stuff there is at least intermediate, but it's only $37 for a lifetime subscription. So if spending that amount won't cause you financial stress, you can always go for it now, and if the stuff looks too advanced for you now you can always go back in a few months.

      No this is not true. It gives you access for ONLY 20 years at which time you will have to cough up another $37 in 2033.

      Man, some people are so greedy to charge so much for the best information in IM on the Web. Twenty years will go by in no time

      Robert
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Carl Kelly
    Join now. You'll find an array of very useful material therein.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    No-brainer. Spend the one-time $37. Go through the posts methodically and keep Notepad open to jot down notes. Just the mindset and general info knowledge you'll gain as a new IM'er will be worth many times the $37. I consider it one of the best investments I've made in my own education.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    Join as soon as you can. ( if you won't feel the $37 - lifetime )

    You will find tons of useful higher level tips and techniques.

    Tons of how to videos!

    The threads are screened to enhance the quality.

    I hope you have control of the basics such as...

    finding lucrative niches
    finding products for the people of the niche
    slapping up landing pages of some sort on the net
    generating visitors to the landing pages

    I believe there are a few free step by step video courses therein.

    Folks give them away to fellow war room members for testimonials and because they also want to make a contribution.


    Hope This Helps!!

    TL
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    • Profile picture of the author netbizer
      will the War room close it's membership later on?
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Drinkwater
        I'm with John... Absolute no brainer
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      • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
        Originally Posted by netbizer View Post

        will the War room close it's membership later on?

        I doubt it.

        Why would it?


        TL
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    • Profile picture of the author Tess D
      Definitely worth the 37 IF YOU WILL SPEND THE TIME READING THROUGH IT.
      If you aren't going to read it , it isn't worth the money.
      It is friendly, and posts are heavily moderated to cut out garbage.
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  • Profile picture of the author jdsonline
    The war room is one of the best values I've come across. You can't go wrong by joining!
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  • Profile picture of the author Suzanne Morrison
    There is a lot of great stuff in the War Room. Although a lot of it is intermediate level, I think there is plently that can be understood by people who are new to IM. It is also very well organised and easy to find things.

    Cheers,
    Suzanne
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  • Profile picture of the author seomaxima
    I tried the subscription page and did not get whether the fee is monthly or what ($37). It says the fee is recurring. Can anyone explain?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Jennings
    Yeah, it's recurring -- $37 every 20 years.

    Put a post-it note on your computer or something so if you don't like it you can cancel after 19 years, 11 months.

    Most people will just forget they signed up and be dinged $37 every 20 years. I'm pretty sure Allen has that planned as his retirement account.

    Jay Jennings
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by S.Kumar View Post

    Tell me guys,would it be wise if someone just starting out in IM joins the war room?
    Yes.

    You'll kick yourself a lot less over all that money you spent on stuff that didn't work, because you didn't spend as much on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author InternetM39482
    Yeah, I agree with all the posters above. It's a pretty good investment. Lots of great stuff shared there especially if you take a look at the threads by Jack Duncan and Allen himself.

    $37 is a no brainer price!
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  • Profile picture of the author robvegas626
    It's a no-brainer, if you ask me. Only $37 for lifetime membership. Within 24 hours of joining I had downloaded reports and special WSOs (Warrior Special Offers) that more than justified the cost of joining.
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  • Profile picture of the author HiTom
    Same here, join if you don't. If others still ask : join too. It's friendly for everyone, many warriors are sharing their best knowledge, and even their products for free. You may never have to spend any $ on IM education again.
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  • Profile picture of the author pizzatherapy
    Without a doubt, the War Room, is one of the best investments you can make as an Internet Marketer. You will receive an amazing amount of knowledge, tips, and inside information. The one time fee of $37 makes it an amazing value.

    For me, the investment has been re-paid many times over. Many, many times.

    Newbie friendly? I think so, however, some of the tactics and tools discussed may be more for the Intermediate Marketer.

    However, the newbie today, is the Intermediate marketer tomorrow. Stay the course.
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    • Profile picture of the author Josip Barbaric
      I would have to agree with all the folks here and say that the War Room membership was the single most profitable investment in information that I have made for my online business.

      It's true that most of the stuff in there isn't really for newbies, but it's certainly worth the investment if you can find just one thread in there that rings your bells.

      I say, go for it!

      Cheers,

      Josip
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      • Profile picture of the author Joey J
        The info in there is priceless. Enough to keep you busy for a lifetime.

        However, it can also be a distraction. (at least for me)

        I've spent many hours in there reading all kinds of new tricks and tactics.

        There are so many ways to make money online.

        You need to pick on a stick with it!

        I'm also writing this to myself
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  • Profile picture of the author Zelai
    i want to purchase the adsense 100k blueprint, just want to know if ill get the same information inside the war room and more? im a freshman in this field but a fast learner hehe
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  • Profile picture of the author Cavalier Warrior
    The War Room has been the greatest $37 I've ever spent in Internet Marketing. Very worth your while to join. If this old fellow can learn lots there, anyone can!
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    • Profile picture of the author ghostwritingsam
      Thanks everyone for talking me into this -- I am off to join NOW.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    There's a lot of great information in the War Room.

    But...you have to be willing to spend some time sorting through it, taking notes, (as already mentioned), choosing the things you most want to learn and apply, and then taking action.

    It's not the magic secret passage way to easy riches.

    I don't say that implying the OP was thinking that! I do think that has sometimes been the case with others.

    The answer is, it is well worth the money for the beginner as well as the more advance IMer. IMHO
    rose
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    • Profile picture of the author hotseochick
      It doesn't hurt to ask questions. As a newbie, you are going to be putting yourself out there and will be labeled as a 'newbie', but who cares. You have to learn somehow and people in this forum have very useful information and knowledge to share with you that you won't find in a text book, e-book or by reading hundreds of articles online. The information here is literally priceless.
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        • Profile picture of the author silverbetta
          i'll always remember this for the rest of my life. My lecturer once told me its better to be stupid for 5 minutes than to stupid for the rest of your life(she was referring to us students that dint wanna ask questions of fear to be laughed at). Sorry forgot to quote HotSEOChicks response. I totally agree with her.
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      • Profile picture of the author Brent Selwyn
        Originally Posted by hotseochick View Post

        It doesn't hurt to ask questions. As a newbie, you are going to be putting yourself out there and will be labeled as a 'newbie', but who cares. You have to learn somehow and people in this forum have very useful information and knowledge to share with you that you won't find in a text book, e-book or by reading hundreds of articles online. The information here is literally priceless.
        Thanks hotseochick. For those of us quite new to the forum and IM it is great to get someone else's take on this. I gather you are relatively 'fresh' to IM yourself?
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  • Profile picture of the author zapatero35
    Hi I'm a newbie to IM too, War Room sounds great, but has anyone heard of ProfitSeige/PPVDemon? And is it any good, or much the same same?

    Cheers!

    Dan. (UK)
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  • Profile picture of the author Ephrils
    Easily one of the best investments I've ever made. There's so much information in there that it easily recoups the money just on that alone. If you put it to practice it'll pay for it may times over.
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  • Profile picture of the author Henry White
    Originally Posted by S.Kumar View Post

    Tell me guys,would it be wise if someone just starting out in IM joins the war room?
    Or should I start implementing the principles and techniques here first before moving on there?
    Six of one, half dozen of the other.

    If you're not sure, subscribe to
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    I can almost guarantee that you'll save more than the US$37 membership fee in the first month if you're serious about building a business online and making money with it. If it's just a glorified hobby or pastime, or you're a thoroughgoing dilettante, save your money.

    I was here only a week or ten days before joining, and it paid for itself almost immediately.

    I won't give a blanket endorsement to everything you'll encounter there, but there is no better way or better place to get you thinking and adopting what you need for this to work in your unique situation.

    You need a plan but you also need to know what options are available before you rush off half-cocked. Laying the groundwork is important - I think - to whether you make the right decisions from the start, or end up broke and physical, mentally exhausted in 6 months beating a dead niche or burning yourself out doing all the wrong things, or doing the right things badly.

    You also need to know where you can safely get leverage and vastly accelerate the process. For example, many newbies get started blogging in a niche they have some passion for, set up their hosting account through HostGator or BlueHost or a few other IM-friendly hosting providers, and skip all that technical mumbo-jumbo about HTML and CSS by installing WordPress. Again, don't jump the shark! Wait until you know more about what's what, THEN move quickly, decisively, and with confidence that you will be successful. Otherwise, it's just a crap shoot and you might as well waste your time and money on lottery tickets. But if blogging does appeal to you, check out The Challenge [not a typo, that's .co NOT .com] for an 8 week course that's free, systematic, thorough, and highly recommended by most people here.
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    • Profile picture of the author LeoGirl56
      I'm pretty sure I'll join.

      Thanks for your reply to the newbies. As I am very new to IM, I find your response on point.

      I only wish I had known about this site before I'd been duped by the so called gurus. But you live and learn.

      While I feel IM is something I'm passionate about, I need to overcome my fear and frustration. You see, I was always on top of my game -- never met a challenge I backed away from. But was diagnosed with a rare brain disorder in 2002. After several brain surgeries and a myriad of experimental drugs -- experimental this and that -- I had to retire at 56. It was hard to come to terms with it as I'd worked since I was 15.

      I am mentally slower to comprehend things but am "NEVER defeated.

      With God's grace I will make IM work for me!

      So don't laugh at me when I ask what appears to you guys as a stupid question. (LOL)
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  • Profile picture of the author lowkey786
    the war room has been the best investment I've ever made, because theres tons of high quality software, videos, training ect that you can get for free.

    Trust me you should definitely become a war room member, you won't regret it!
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  • Profile picture of the author harryhumph
    Seriously? the warroom is worth wayyyy more than 37$, there should be a few more zeros on the end..
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    • Profile picture of the author FBueller
      Ok...you guys sold me. I'm going to join.
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  • Profile picture of the author omk
    join the war room bro!
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    If the war room had an affiliate program I'd join and start promoting it everywhere. Just the stuff from Allen Says alone is worth the admission.
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  • Profile picture of the author lowkey786
    In the war room you actually get a ton of stuff related to IM for free, so its definitely worth every penny!
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  • Profile picture of the author UrbanKlass
    War room is great. At least a quarter of my methods have been found out through there! Can't regret it at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elsoft
    Fine.Anyone around here who is unhappy with War Room.I just would like to get a balanced picture - pros and cons of joining a war room?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mr Kevin
      I heard lots of great stuff about the War Room..Joining today..
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    • Originally Posted by Elsoft View Post

      Fine.Anyone around here who is unhappy with War Room.I just would like to get a balanced picture - pros and cons of joining a war room?
      Elsoft,

      You won't find a single person unhappy, IMHO.

      If you only look at the merits on purely a cost basis, the number of WSOs and free software you get there absolutely free is staggering.

      I have not spent a single dime on WSOs since joining, so for that alone it is worth the low cost, and will pay itself back immediately.

      See ya there!

      Patrick
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  • Profile picture of the author curioblings
    to be honest,am convinced
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  • Profile picture of the author nnsjw702
    I have also read on other forums that war room is not as good as people say in this forum. There is lot of info there, i agree, but the same info is also available out there.
    Just do research research research.
    Remember, GOOGLE IS YOUR BEST FRIEND.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jelle Kaldenbach
      Originally Posted by nnsjw702 View Post

      I have also read on other forums that war room is not as good as people say in this forum. There is lot of info there, i agree, but the same info is also available out there.
      Just do research research research.
      Remember, GOOGLE IS YOUR BEST FRIEND.
      How can you know that there's great info in there? You're not even a member...
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    • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
      Originally Posted by timpears View Post

      I heard they were running out of memberships, so you better get yours before they run out and you missed the boat.
      they're running out!? I'm going to stock up on my memberships now, always need to be prepared up for hurricane season lol.

      Originally Posted by Elsoft View Post

      Fine.Anyone around here who is unhappy with War Room.I just would like to get a balanced picture - pros and cons of joining a war room?
      Good luck finding them. Before joining, I actually spent a few hours trying to find those who didn't like the War Room. Couldn't find anyone.

      Originally Posted by nnsjw702 View Post

      I have also read on other forums that war room is not as good as people say in this forum. There is lot of info there, i agree, but the same info is also available out there.
      Just do research research research.
      Remember, GOOGLE IS YOUR BEST FRIEND.
      I'm glad you found someone who spoke against the War Room, because I couldn't. I'd have to go ahead and say they are wrong though. Is there information on there that is available elsewhere? Yes. However, that information is the exception and not the rule. Most of what is in the War Room you won't find anywhere else.
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    • Profile picture of the author uebomoyi
      Originally Posted by nnsjw702 View Post

      I have also read on other forums that war room is not as good as people say in this forum. There is lot of info there, i agree, but the same info is also available out there.
      Just do research research research.
      Remember, GOOGLE IS YOUR BEST FRIEND.
      Google and Youtube are your best friends. You can learn so much when you search things out for yourself. I'm sure the war room would be great to join but I don't see much of the difference between the war room and the regular warrior forum. It seems as if it's the same basic conversations going on and sure there are a lot of WSOs offered but info overload is one of the worse mental states to be in when it comes to IM. All you really need is a good coach, a plan, and a willingness to follow through. If you can do that, I don't really think you'll need to join the war room.
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      • Profile picture of the author Greg guitar
        Originally Posted by uebomoyi View Post

        Google and Youtube are your best friends. You can learn so much when you search things out for yourself. I'm sure the war room would be great to join but I don't see much of the difference between the war room and the regular warrior forum. It seems as if it's the same basic conversations going on and sure there are a lot of WSOs offered but info overload is one of the worse mental states to be in when it comes to IM. All you really need is a good coach, a plan, and a willingness to follow through. If you can do that, I don't really think you'll need to join the war room.
        You don't see much difference? Are you using someone else's password to get in, because if not, how do you know what is in there without joining?

        You say the same conversations are going on, but you aren't paying for conversations. You are paying for the fact that every single thread is like a free WSO, and has to offer something of value or it doesn't get approved. There are zero threads whining about how other marketers do things, or the fact that "I can't make money online", etc.

        Every thread is like a WSO thread, except, instead of people asking questions before buying, all the questions are buyer's questions, since everyone there already owns whatever is on offer-software, a course, or whatever.

        The difference is night and day. Google and Youtube are great, but it would take thousands of hours of research to learn what you can learn in the Warroom in an afternoon. No, scratch that, a lot of what you can learn in the Warroom is not available for free on Youtube or Google.

        You can make millions online without the help you'll find there, just as your feet can get you 1000 miles from where you are. But it's going to be tougher and take longer. The Warroom is like having someone pull up in a limo when your feet are tired, and take you the 900+ miles you still have ahead of you.

        When you tire of wading through 100 Youtube search results trying to learn what you need to know about Wordpress, site flipping, or whatever, the Warroom comes along and asks where you want to go-in style.
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        • Profile picture of the author uebomoyi
          Originally Posted by Greg guitar View Post

          You don't see much difference? Are you using someone else's password to get in, because if not, how do you know what is in there without joining?

          You say the same conversations are going on, but you aren't paying for conversations. You are paying for the fact that every single thread is like a free WSO, and has to offer something of value or it doesn't get approved. There are zero threads whining about how other marketers do things, or the fact that "I can't make money online", etc.

          Every thread is like a WSO thread, except, instead of people asking questions before buying, all the questions are buyer's questions, since everyone there already owns whatever is on offer-software, a course, or whatever.

          The difference is night and day. Google and Youtube are great, but it would take thousands of hours of research to learn what you can learn in the Warroom in an afternoon. No, scratch that, a lot of what you can learn in the Warroom is not available for free on Youtube or Google.

          You can make millions online without the help you'll find there, just as your feet can get you 1000 miles from where you are. But it's going to be tougher and take longer. The Warroom is like having someone pull up in a limo when your feet are tired, and take you the 900+ miles you still have ahead of you.

          When you tire of wading through 100 Youtube search results trying to learn what you need to know about Wordpress, site flipping, or whatever, the Warroom comes along and asks where you want to go-in style.
          Sorry for my statement, it was out of line. I stand corrected. I didn't realize that's what it's like in the war room. I guess I just made the incorrect assumption that there would be higher quality WSOs posted in there which most people wouldn't implement since 97% of marketers don't take action. I retract my statement and thank you for clarifying what really goes on in the war room. I guess I just felt like you could make money without it but you are right in explaining how it would accelerate the whole process of making money online quickly since you'd be in touch with advanced warriors who have been in the game for years. My apologies once again.

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          • Profile picture of the author Greg guitar
            Originally Posted by uebomoyi View Post

            Sorry for my statement, it was out of line. I stand corrected. I didn't realize that's what it's like in the war room. I guess I just made the incorrect assumption that there would be higher quality WSOs posted in there which most people wouldn't implement since 97% of marketers don't take action. I retract my statement and thank you for clarifying what really goes on in the war room. I guess I just felt like you could make money without it but you are right in explaining how it would accelerate the whole process of making money online quickly since you'd be in touch with advanced warriors who have been in the game for years. My apologies once again.

            James
            No worries at all-and good on you for having the flexible mindset to re-evaluate something and change your opinion. Another way I didn't think to describe it, is to picture the WSO section, but with every WSO being given away free. I know I sound like a fanboy, but it is one of the best investments I've ever made.

            Cheers, Greg
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    • Profile picture of the author PattC
      I've found the Warrior Forum to be a good investment, and am learning a lot of tips from the War Room.
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    • Profile picture of the author Fallen_Angel
      Originally Posted by nnsjw702 View Post

      I have also read on other forums that war room is not as good as people say in this forum. There is lot of info there, i agree, but the same info is also available out there.
      Just do research research research.
      Remember, GOOGLE IS YOUR BEST FRIEND.
      Research is time and time is money. There are TONS of FREEBIES only available to war room members. Some great some so so and some not so much. The time you would spend to research research research is not worth 37$ bucks.

      One of first investments was in war room membership and it is probably best investment I have ever made. The ROI is incredible. Think of it as a university education in Internet marketing with free textbooks and life time classes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jelle Kaldenbach
    Just do it. You'll get those epic red letters below your name.

    Oh yes, and some epic information..

    ~Jelle
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  • Profile picture of the author Micah Medina
    Hahaha. Seriously, come on.

    Yes, it's worth it. It would be worth it if it was $370.
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  • Profile picture of the author Truxx
    Do it now. Not only are there a lot of great (and free) techniques but for someone just starting out there is a whole subsection titled "My Ideas, Strategies & Plans" that is chock full of great information for someone just starting out.
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  • Profile picture of the author crystalDMP
    I actually have to google from time to time when I read posts here. But I guess this is a great way to learn as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author eugene6796
    If you read to much info you will get a over load , I think its good to be apart of a forum but not to many at the same time .

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  • Profile picture of the author Intermission
    I have wanted to join the war room since I found the forum. I have held off only because there is so much information already in this regular part of the forum, that I decided until I reach my personal earning benchmark with this information, I won't let myself become further distracted with the information in the war room.

    I will probably disappear into the war room for a long time before I come back up for air! So I just want to get a few basic sites and income streams in place before I 'ramp up' with war room knowledge!

    But I have been chomping at the bit to get in there for a while now! Maybe this thread has convinced me to get in there anyway ... this weekend. (If I do during the week I probably won't get anything else done)!
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    • Profile picture of the author Stephen D7
      Same feelings.
      I see War Room Member above Your avatar now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucas Adamski
    For such a small investment is a no-brainer for me. You will get $1000s of real value products there for 100% free and even more. It's much better quality of content that you will fidn elsewhere on free sections of WF. Definitely highly recommended.
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  • Profile picture of the author SuitUp
    As always - The War Room is a good investment. (actually a really good one)

    Even for a newbie there are tons of resources that with be worth a lot more than the $37.
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  • Profile picture of the author Onora Oz
    It's like having a gorgeous library room at home

    When you go to library, you do search and pick the books based on that search, right? Do the same when you are browsing the War Room. Like, search for traffic books and download them, schedule readings etc. Pick one subject at a time.

    Anyways, that's what I do when I feel like I'm getting lost in the Room.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    No only is the warroom user friendly and newbie friendly.

    its like one of the warriors saying...... oi....pstttt come get my WSO for free buddy!

    Well ok there is a fee, but I have been a member for years. Its awesome stuff.

    But if you take action with some of the stuff in there, you will do well.
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  • Profile picture of the author starcreatives
    I am new to war room and want to know about war room freindly. How I can be a war room member?
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  • Profile picture of the author Richbanks
    Without second thought, i am joining ryt away.... WoW **THA WAR ROOM*** OP GUNS N BULLETS AR THERE TO SHOOT?? lol



    Joining in hours time, lemme package ma account to make payments
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    • Profile picture of the author pchost
      Reading this thread gives me a passion to join the war room also
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  • Profile picture of the author mspiva1
    Including this in my list of necessary tools. thanks for the great sales job warrior room members. I've finally come into the light!
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  • Profile picture of the author Greg guitar
    There really is no good argument against joining. Particularly if you buy WSOs, you should know that many people who want to test the waters before launching their WSO will post it first in the warroom, so you will save the price of admission just on the first couple of those you get for nothing.

    I do agree with the caveat some mentioned, that it can be a little overwhelming, but that is true of any source of knowledge, be it a school, a library, a teacher, or whatever. You just need to pace yourself, and not try to learn everything all at once.

    I love what I read in one of Jason Fladlien's ebooks about the fact that he limits his learning to what he can currently use. He said he only wants to know several traffic techniques, not dozens, and when he goes through an ebook, he stops and implements the first useful thing he learns, before even reading the whole thing. A lot of us (yes-including me), will even use learning as an excuse to put off implementing. Not a good idea. Lifelong learning is great, but needs to be balanced with lifelong implementing of what you learn.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steven Ayuso
      Originally Posted by Greg guitar View Post

      There really is no good argument against joining. Particularly if you buy WSOs, you should know that many people who want to test the waters before launching their WSO will post it first in the warroom, so you will save the price of admission just on the first couple of those you get for nothing.

      I do agree with the caveat some mentioned, that it can be a little overwhelming, but that is true of any source of knowledge, be it a school, a library, a teacher, or whatever. You just need to pace yourself, and not try to learn everything all at once.

      I love what I read in one of Jason Fladlien's ebooks about the fact that he limits his learning to what he can currently use. He said he only wants to know several traffic techniques, not dozens, and when he goes through an ebook, he stops and implements the first useful thing he learns, before even reading the whole thing. A lot of us (yes-including me), will even use learning as an excuse to put off implementing. Not a good idea. Lifelong learning is great, but needs to be balanced with lifelong implementing of what you learn.
      Great!! Feedback!!, I was one of those more learning and less implementing which got me no where but stuck and not knowing what direction to go which cause me to get brainfart.
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  • Profile picture of the author filetti1895
    I joined right away and am glad I did (as a complete newb btw).
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  • Profile picture of the author Adnan Firdous
    Thinking of joining the War Room! Heard fellow warriors give away free review copies of their WSO's there!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Elion Makkink
      Originally Posted by Adnan Firdous View Post

      Thinking of joining the War Room! Heard fellow warriors give away free review copies of their WSO's there!!
      Very true. It's a goldmine there. Lots of great ideas/products!
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  • Profile picture of the author elvibora
    Thanks - Nice Information -I'm on it!
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  • Profile picture of the author imdomination
    The War Room will be worth the money you spend on it in your first hour there, trust me
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  • Profile picture of the author starcreatives
    I joined it and found very useful material in forum but it have to posts 20 in war room before posting in other forum topics.
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  • Profile picture of the author Damian Kitchen
    i started internet marketing just a month ago, and i was sent in the direction of warrior forum and ever since i have been hooked!!!

    I am a complete newb but already i have learnt so much from the warriors here, and i had no hesitation in upgrading to the War Room... If you can afford the fee it's a lifetime access licence and well worth it. Even if you dont use it right away, once you develop your skills you will find the War Room extremely useful.

    I strongly recommend upgrading if you can, you will get a ton of worth from the War Room at some point.
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  • Profile picture of the author anendotos
    what does WSO mean...?
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  • Profile picture of the author anendotos
    I joint the forum as soon as I read the 5 first reviews/testimonials. I've never have been a part of a forum before in my 5 years of (amatuer) SEO. I was looking around after I joined and got somewhere (don't ask me how or where, I wont be able to find it again) and I learned valuable information, I made some good connections and I am allready benefiting. I want to devour the information in here, but I feel I'm getting lost, can anyone help with some pointers, directions as to how to get around easier without losing time? and where would be or how to find the "juice"?

    thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author GregSilva
    Yes, yes and yes. All the information you find the War Room is totally worth it. I will never regret the purchase!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nas13
    Nothing more to add to all these comments ! Go ahead
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    • Profile picture of the author MValmont
      It's worth 500$+ IMO
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  • Profile picture of the author Nubieteky
    i thought this was like more of an introduction of thewar room to newbies like a few free tips, what to expect, objectives?

    just invites =p
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  • Profile picture of the author Tupem
    I am a newbie! I have to tell the truth I am sincerely lost here! just joined 2 days ago and am wondering exactly where to start from!
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Many of the members recommend joining the War room, but it can be intimidating as there is quite a lot of material, you could get lost trying too many techniques, if you don't have a set plan
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesse M
    Will buy it with the first $37 I make with CPA.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathy Curiel
    À must join ! You wont be sorry !
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  • Profile picture of the author racerke
    I joined just a week ago but I think it has already been worth the 37$. I think you waste 37$ on more useless stuff anyway every month...
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  • Profile picture of the author RatRaceWatch
    Well it looks like your sold, but yeh I was going to say nothing wrong with joining the war-room, there's some great info, just don't forget, there is usually incentive in it for those that posts (free stuff) - affiliate links, traffic flow to their sites, etc. It's not a bad trade-off for you, but (keep that in the back of your mind ;0)
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  • Profile picture of the author colinph970
    It's a complete no brainer. Many war-roomers offer their products for free and this is worth far more than the cost to join.
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    • Profile picture of the author FBueller
      I just joined the war room. I went in to look at the content in there and the posts and it looks like mostly advertising...people trying to sell stuff pages and pages of ads...Am i looking at this right? Am I missing something?
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      • Profile picture of the author Rach72
        Originally Posted by FBueller View Post

        I just joined the war room. I went in to look at the content in there and the posts and it looks like mostly advertising...people trying to sell stuff pages and pages of ads...Am i looking at this right? Am I missing something?
        That's what I thought when I first went in, then I noticed a section up the top called "My Ideas, Strategies & Plans" Now THAT is where the real info is.
        When I think of ALL the $37 eBooks that I have bought, when here were plans for all sorts of marketing, for the one off charge of $37 :rolleyes:

        The rest of the War Room is tools, tips and strategies to help make your marketing efforts more efficient. (some places charge $97 a month for a forum like this )
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  • Profile picture of the author colinph970
    There is a fair bit of that but notice that many of the authors are offering their creations for free.....and outside the war room they would certainly cost money. Pick a couple that interest you and then download the content. You will soon see the value of it! GOOD LUCK!
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  • Profile picture of the author trytolearnmore
    No, the War Room is not newbie friendly. There is too much info presented at once. But it is a great place to join, because some of the tips there have helped me a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author Christian Chan
    The war room IMHO is far better than most WSOs sold here. And I have pretty damn high standard if you look at my previous posts.
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  • Profile picture of the author cragar
    It's a good investment for sure. Lot's of great ideas and proven techniques!
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  • Profile picture of the author vivifyplace
    Hello everybody,Im just new in this forum,I hope.I can gain knowledge,friends Its seems that everybody is helping each other.Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author zachary0611
    I think your success is determined most by taking action and mastering one subject in internet marketing, not by collecting information on your hard drive.
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  • Profile picture of the author scsheldon33
    Reading on the different posts above....looks like it's really a great move to join WR
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    • Profile picture of the author whatihave
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      Originally Posted by scsheldon33 View Post

      Reading on the different posts above....looks like it's really a great move to join WR
      I'm definitely going to be joining soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mildred Williams
    Thanks ,there is a lot of good recommendations towards the war room.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Patrick
    It's a pretty solid investment if you're the kind of person who can sift through and absorb the information. If you want to get rich in ten minutes, it's not going to help you (but neither is anything else.) I'd say go for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaronchen1
    its a small investment and you get tons of wsos for free. so you can find alot of help in different areas. i would def check it out.
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  • Profile picture of the author danlew
    There are tons of great stuff and goldmine if you are a War Room member. For just a one-time payment of $37, every single penny is worth it. I'm so glad to be a War Room member.
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  • Profile picture of the author rocketphewl
    Google .. best friend? .. I may be an IM newbie .. but know enough to say Google is going the way of Yahoo and (uhumnn?) AOL? I saw AOL dying from their beginning. Overpriced and ad heavy. I refused to communicate with anyone ??????@aol.com except one family member that I finally talked some money-saving sense to .. to change to any other FREE email service provider. MSN had been my first and current choice .. even though they got $10 bux from me every month until it was imperative to move faster than 56k. We've had a few issues, but dang me, they own the World (like Gates and his population control and buying into the Bilderbergers ... geez .. so off topic).

    I don't like being negative and will make every attempt not to do so .. but sometimes ya' gotta lay down some experience .. where the dog's lie? Nothing against the previous comment for sure! I have a PhD in International Economics (that I've not been able to make money with since I was disabled a year later and still on a fixed income. But some things just pop out as obvious trends .. can't help it and it's helped me (to some degree .. lol)!

    Google is my choice for a search engine, but I'm dropping the email accounts' .. they're getting high-headed with their android source success, but otherwise almost as proprietary as Apple. They also used to be a good place to make money (I hear) but not any more! Their new Privacy Terms hint of Homeland Insecurity! Are they a new privatized arm of the Government .. their contributions to politicians' is scary!

    Okay, so even though I built my first computer in 1982 and took basic (hey .. it was a neat, easy programming language I could understand) in 1972 .. I AM DEFINATELY AN IM NEWBIE !!! So wish I'd started here soon after my accident in late 1999 or before!!!

    I have wasted a bunch of time .. I hope not here .. but, as my first post .. please know I like to share and write .. I AM CONVINCED AND EXCITED MY MERGER INTO INTERNET MONEY (IM) WILL BE MY LEGACY -- ONE WAY OR ANOTHER I WILL MAKE THIS WORK .. and YES .. I have spent too much money so far .. but thank God I'm a spiritually minded trustworthy man and thank God clickbank and almost all the early crap I bought had a "no questionss asked" return policy!

    As the refunds come in .. I will join this forum! And, The Challenge looks like a wise investment of time. I haven't made any money yet .. but I can feel it coming soon. Hell .. it has to come soon before I starve.

    Anybody .. haha .. willing to email me a zip of a good AutoCashCreating program like The Bridge? or better yet MassTrafficX............what a webinar last night! Anik finally has Adrien's program, some good training stuff I watched, but I know now this is better and he was the one that recommended Warrior to me. I just couldn't find him by his (Uhmmn? again) invite name. We're most all AKA, and I don't mean the kennel association...

    Later bros ..
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  • Profile picture of the author Tradeout
    If the war room had a general discussion forum it would be better.
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  • Profile picture of the author nrmillions
    War Room is not even an investment. Calling it an investment is a joke. Its $37 dollars. It is cheaper than going out for a single dinner. Its not even $37 a month or per year it is $37 total. IMO if you even have to think about if you should join it then you have already failed. If you have to think about risking $37 then how are you ever going to have what it takes to build a successful business? Who cares what is inside the War Room. Even if it were empty (its not) then you should still automatically join just to get the stamp under your name that says War Room Member so people will take the things you say seriously. It doesn't matter if you are a noob or been doing IM for a decade, you should just get a membership today.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vlom
    I personally couldn't believe at first when I saw "37$ - 20 years" ... it is so damn cheap, I was expecting at least a cheap monthly fee like 7$ or something .. but 37$ for 20years is definitely a no-brainer.

    And getting inside made hate myself for buying all this WSO, since it's all in there and for free - expect some weeks/month delay on normal dates, but doesn't change anything, content is still fresh and relevant !.

    Without a doubt my BEST 37$ spent on IM ever !


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  • Profile picture of the author Usmile
    I suggest you to join as early as now. I early you came the more information you will earn. What matter is you know how to join the conversation comprehensively.

    Good luck,
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  • Profile picture of the author gripex
    Ya id get it too, ive heard good things about it, solid info.
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    • Profile picture of the author sherys
      I've heard enough good things about the War Room, I'm going to join now.
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  • Profile picture of the author wesker123
    I've been here for about a month now. Lots of new things to discover and meet new other people.
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  • Profile picture of the author bighostchennai
    War room is must, you can save much money and time, lots of tools and resource available there, if you find something not available there, which is essential for your project, could go outside and see.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cataclysm1987
    Problem is, make sure you go in there with a goal in mind, like I want to master affiliate marketing, become great at SEO, or build a huge list, or create my own product.

    Otherwise you are going to spend all day ****ing around and get nothing done, but end up on a lot of people's lists with a giant pile of ebooks you will probably never read.
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    • Profile picture of the author koslam
      Originally Posted by Cataclysm1987 View Post

      Problem is, make sure you go in there with a goal in mind, like I want to master affiliate marketing, become great at SEO, or build a huge list, or create my own product.

      Otherwise you are going to spend all day ****ing around and get nothing done, but end up on a lot of people's lists with a giant pile of ebooks you will probably never read.
      this is just exactly what i've ever experienced on the other forums. Just read through every "cachy" threads and end up with giant pile of ebooks which i don't read them all. Maybe the best thing to do before decide to go to The War Room is,do i really want to take some action or just curious and end up as a ebooks collectors.
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  • Profile picture of the author nasuryono
    There are a lot of excellent, free information (even WSOs) on the War Room.

    If you are a newbie it is a great place to start.

    I am there as well
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  • Profile picture of the author CyborgX
    Haven't joined there yet. But i fancy joining there. I know its worth joining there.
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  • Profile picture of the author natas105
    i'm joining it today, since i'm too frustrated with the wso's that are fluff and nonsense 90 % of the time
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    • Profile picture of the author CallOfTheMild
      Just joined today. Explained why I'm here in my first post, (if there is access to my extremely brief posting history), and am really new to IM. I have read things in the past, have thought about things, read offers...but I never did go all the way through because:

      a) don't have a clue what I'm doing
      b) really skeptical

      But, I figured a forum of people doing this, surely there is something legit. So, in this War Room, would I learn anything of value for a newb or should I be starting elsewhere and then later join the War Room?

      First of all, I need a glossary. Thanks to a poster on the first page, at least now I know what WSO means.

      Thanks in advance...if anyone sees this.
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  • Profile picture of the author williamk
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    War room is very friendly in my opinion I have been there and they are promt in answering questions and helping others.
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  • Profile picture of the author 1byte
    The War Room is well worth the measly $37 required to join.

    I don't get why people make such a big deal out of it, like --"oooh should I join the War Room or not...it's so expensive...I just can't afford it...is it any good...I don't know if it's worth it"...yada, yada.

    Come on, face it, if you are serious about making money online, you're going to have to spend some money. For me, joining the War Room was one of the best (and cheapest) investments I have made for my online success. There is some valuable stuff in there that is worth many times over the small amount you will have to pay to join it.

    Stop thinking about it, and join up already!
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  • Profile picture of the author Lakezilla
    This answer is EASY! Sign up with the War Room ASAP. You will get $37 back 100 times if you look through the information and put it to good use.
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  • Profile picture of the author darren13
    Lads lets be honest here. The war room is $20 for a life time of information. I have paid over this amount for 1 round of drink on a night out in Dublin.
    Its the best $20 i ever spent. I have received some great information in the war room.
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  • Profile picture of the author darren13
    Was it $37 dollars i paid ...lol. Ok sorry im here a few years so i forgot but its still worth the money.
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  • Profile picture of the author ultimuw45
    Joining the War Room is strongly recommended by many who already are members; but if there is no arranged segmentation grouping members according to IM knowledge and opportunities await intermediate and advanced IMers for business joint ventures and networking, would it not be an advanced information overload center especially for newbies to IM who might get completely lost and overwhelmed?
    I think outsiders should be better informed about what to benefit as a member and the level of IM knowledge required before one can have full benefit of the WR.membership.
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    • Profile picture of the author RobertoM
      Returning to the OP, is it possible for somebody to draw a line between the "newbie zone" or where it ends and the "intermediate zone" or where it starts?
      I've been around IM issues for some time now --more than my pockets can afford--, and together with that I learned a lot of things related to IM stuff.
      WF also helped my learning curve.
      Of course I also bought and tested a bunch of products, some good, some regular to bad, some forgettable
      There must be very few things completely unknown for me out there, but...where's the money, honey (that's what I use to hear from my wife...)
      So the money you get can be the thing that draws that blurry line?
      Don't think so because even a beginner can make a couple of home runs hitting randomly a good niche with the right KWs.
      Maybe the members of this Forum can answer this tough question.
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  • Profile picture of the author WeavingThoughts
    Think of the War Room as a library which has books worth at least 100 grands and $37 is the membership fees for 20 years.
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  • Profile picture of the author DR67
    It is worth for sure a lot more than $37, yet it still takes me time to get my head around of all the basic ways I can use this forum, i.e. I cannot add a comment/post to a thread as a beginner, which is odd.
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  • Profile picture of the author vjboc
    It is definitely the best $37 you'll spend. It is packed with alot of info. Doesn't matter if you are a newbie or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sugar Cube
    it's absolutely no brainer like others said!! worth the investment! the best ,i recommond!
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent48
    [Hi fellow Warriors....Well it certainly look's like I made the right choice taking the $37.00 membership option!...All the threads are very Positive and welcoming I am sure that I am going to enjoy the next 20 years .

    Brent
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  • Profile picture of the author mjones70
    Join the War Room, you will find more valuable information there than here in the general thread...
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  • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
    There are some amazing resources in the War Room. Just take the dive and join!
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  • Profile picture of the author edhuu
    There are many great info in the war room. Just take a look at what you're interested.. To hellp you stay on track, you can hire a coach..
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  • Profile picture of the author marrybrighton33
    Hi guys,

    I`m a newbie here and I would like to know if I should join the war room rightway or hang around here for while and learn the basics? Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Robertson
    Easy answer, YES
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  • Profile picture of the author Bkelly301
    But in 2033 I'm gonna be pissed when I can't get in there because my membership expired!
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      where to start?
      ....not by doing that
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  • Profile picture of the author thedanbrown
    Either way you do it, whether it be start implementing first then join war room, or join now and then start implementing you will end up joining the war room eventually. With that said, I think it would be stupid to wait to implement something just because you want to join the war room.

    The war room will help you but like anything else on here it's information mostly, and that will not advance your business. The most beneficial part about the war room is the connections you can make though. Either way, I would start implementing immediately and then figure out if you want to join the war room but as a member it was certainly worth it for me just from a networking standpoint forgetting about ALL the free info in there.
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