Who are your favorite Make Money Online influencers?

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First, the question applies to Make Money Online (MMO) influencers.

Second, "What defines an MMO influencer?

Take this ith a grain of salt because I copied the definition and added other terms from a google search and have bee using it for a long time..

An influencer is an individual or group of individuals who have the power to affect MMO decisions of other MMO Marketers because of his/her/their authority, knowledge, position or relationship with his/her/their followers.

With that said, I expect many different answers, opinions and types of influencers in specific markets such as niche merketing, etc. with the understanding that many of us here are in MMO.

Also, beginners might finf something useful.

I'll start with just a few of my own favorites and not in any particular order.

1. Paul Myers. TalkBiz.com
Paul keeps it clean and is a very understanding man.

2. Kay King. Kay is a moderator here in the WF.
Kay also keeps it clean and is very understanding.

What say you?
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  • Believe it or not, my first person would have been Jeff Paul.

    As a second, i'd say a guy by the name of Collin Almeida. He was my mentor when i first started out. Most vets know him, some don't, and most newbies really dont.

    And last, i'd say (if she was still participating on the forum)... Alexa Smith.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      Believe it or not, my first person would have been Jeff Paul.

      As a second, i'd say a guy by the name of Collin Almeida. He was my mentor when i first started out. Most vets know him, some don't, and most newbies really dont.

      And last, i'd say (if she was still participating on the forum)... Alexa Smith.

      And last, i'd say (if she was still participating on the forum)... Alexa Smith.

      Excellent!
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      Entrepreneurs starting out and small businesses without giant staffs and budgets.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    Great thread. : ) Yeah, been a fan of Eben Pagan for some time. (Just search YouTube for information and advice etc.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Christopher K
    Here is a list of people that I pay special attention to when I have received email from them. Some are no longer with us, or have retired...

    In the beginning:

    Allen Says
    Bryan Kumar
    Dan Kennedy
    Paul Myers
    Jim Daniels
    Mark Joyner
    Cory Rudl
    Frank Kern
    Eben Pagan
    Jeff Walker
    Russell Brunson
    Ryan Deiss


    More recently:

    Lee Murray
    Bill Hugall/Simple Spencer
    Brendan Mace/Jono Armstrong
    Kenny Cannon
    Mark Barrett
    Mark Wightley
    Sean Mize
    Igor Kheifets
    John & Matt Rhodes

    -Christopher K
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    • Profile picture of the author springbrook99
      Cory Rudl... that's a blast from the long past. I think he died in an auto accident. A guy called Derek Gehl took over the reins... Internet Marketing Center or something like that? Cory spawned a lot of apprentices.
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  • I almost always at least read emails from the following marketers while others are ignored:

    Sean Mize
    Jimmy D. Brown
    Ryan Deiss
    Dennis Becker
    Craig Ballantyne/Early to Rise
    AWAI
    Paul Myers (not sure what happened exactly but haven't seen this in a while)
    Terry Dean
    Mick Meaney
    Kim Roach
    Rachel Miller
    Jeff Bullas

    And then there are some niche/market specific emails that I always read as well.

    Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      I almost always at least read emails from the following marketers while others are ignored:

      Sean Mize
      Jimmy D. Brown
      Ryan Deiss
      Dennis Becker
      Craig Ballantyne/Early to Rise
      AWAI
      Paul Myers (not sure what happened exactly but haven't seen this in a while)
      Terry Dean
      Mick Meaney
      Kim Roach
      Rachel Miller
      Jeff Bullas

      And then there are some niche/market specific emails that I always read as well.

      Mark

      Mick Meaney
      Kim Roach
      Excellent - Two of my favorites!
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    Mike Glaspie
    Willie Crawford
    Ken McArthur
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  • Profile picture of the author George Flm
    Frankly, when you start raking the dough, you don't need advice from any "influencers".

    Learn the ropes yourself, test, improve, scale and you're all set.
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    • Originally Posted by George Flm View Post

      Frankly, when you start raking the dough, you don't need advice from any "influencers".

      Learn the ropes yourself, test, improve, scale and you're all set.
      Frankly, when you stop learning you stop growing. No one knows everything. Those that think they do are delusional.

      Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Originally Posted by George Flm View Post

      Frankly, when you start raking the dough, you don't need advice from any "influencers".

      Learn the ropes yourself, test, improve, scale and you're all set.
      Learning from others/Experts/etc. can really accelerate a Person's success. (Both when they're starting out, and when they're looking to improve on their results.)
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    Neil Patel
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  • Profile picture of the author Betwala Sports
    Checkout Nathan Latka
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    Warren Buffet
    Peter Lynch
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    It'll just knock over all the pieces, poop on the board, and strut about like it's won anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author myob
    Seth Godin (systematized and promoted the concept of permission marketing). He was an early mentor of mine personally, and a major influencer for the marketing practices of many if not most of the greatest marketers of today.
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    “If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.” – Isaac Newton
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  • Profile picture of the author Naman1234
    All-time favorite Warren Buffet.
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  • Profile picture of the author Medon
    I have no idea but I have heard that WarrenBuffet has inspired many onliners but I have no proof.
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