Who is your #1 Fav IM teacher/model ?

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Who is your #1 Fav IM teacher or role model ?
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  • Profile picture of the author larry50
    Alex Jeffreys, his program is the most complete I have seen, and it makes business sense. However, it is not for those wanting instant internet riches.
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  • Profile picture of the author dewayneboyd
    Me since I taught myself everything. Internet marketers as role models? The ones I have encountered are far too unethical to be considered proper role models. Most are snake oil salesmen.
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    • Profile picture of the author Riki Stein
      Originally Posted by dewayneboyd View Post

      Me since I taught myself everything. Internet marketers as role models? The ones I have encountered are far too unethical to be considered proper role models. Most are snake oil salesmen.
      Sounds like you've had some unfortunate encounters in the IM world. Not fair to say that about all role models - I've seen some really ethical and honest ones. Of course, they are all out to make money on you --that's part of the business -- but they can do that while being good, honest people with a true desire to help.

      Sara Young is one such person that I've personally worked with - no one has a single bad word to say about her - Google it!
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      Originally Posted by dewayneboyd View Post

      Me since I taught myself everything. Internet marketers as role models? The ones I have encountered are far too unethical to be considered proper role models. Most are snake oil salesmen.
      I have to agree here, sure I've encountered a few good teachers, most of the m don't sell any products though.

      Most things I've just taught to myself though.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sweersz
        Lisa Irby (youtube.com/lisa3876)
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        • Profile picture of the author Neromancer
          Ok I have a bit of a story here -

          First of all I wanted to thank Alex Jeffreys, who in my opinion is certainly one of the best IM coaches here on the WF and probably one of the best period. He is down to earth, real and teaches from real life experiences. Everything he touches turns to gold and just using his FREE information I went from struggling to one of the top success stories in a really freaky niche by developing a magazine and marketing it using his formula which lead to thousands of subscribers. Mind you I do take a lot of the credit too but the formula I learned just from his FREE content propelled my business unlike anything before.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
          Alex Jeffries is definitely one of the good guys, I also like Anik Singal, Ronnie Montano, Alex Becker, Dori Friend, Neil Patel (get on his list asap), John Chow - so many good ones out there to follow!
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
          Alex Jeffreys is definitely one of the good guys, I also like Anik Singal, Ronnie Montano, Alex Becker, Dori Friend, Neil Patel (get on his list asap), John Chow - so many good ones out there to follow!
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
          Test test test test
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  • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
    You'd have to be pretty brainwashed to create a thread like this or post a serious reply to it. I'm sorry, but Santa, Unicorns and the "make money online" guru are not real. If you think they are, you've been marketed to and bought into it. Nothing more.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    1) Collin Almeida

    2) Terry Dean

    3) Ken McCarthy
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  • Profile picture of the author Simon Anthony
    Another vote for Alex Jeffreys because he always likes to give value and I trust him. As larry50 said, it's not for instant riches, but i don't go for that method and I would never advise anyone else to either. Most of that kind of stuff is a scam anyway.

    Anther guy I like a lot is Eric Louviere, because he just tells it like it is and gives you a huge kick up the a** to get moving and do something.

    Both Alex and Eric teach the same method of making money (own info products and sales funnel), but Eric pushes you a heck of lot more to get started.
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  • Profile picture of the author datingworld
    Myself because I worked very hard and spent lots of time on experimenting until I was able to find some goldmines.
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  • Profile picture of the author Go4DBest
    I admire Chris Farrel.
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    Vick Streizhous
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel J
    For IM, I'd say Mark Ling (affiloblueprint- I learned SOOOO much from the course- it's helped me tremendously even in my endeavors selling physical products on Amazon and Ebay)

    For ecommerce- Lisa Suttora and Jim Cockrum. Both have solid, actionable advice for a long-term sustainable business and do not play the "guru" game
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    Brad Callen (he is also on this forum), Mike Filsaime, Ewen Chia.
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    vick strezeus, kenster and dan kennedy
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenster
    I have many but rich schefren is someones I followed a lot when I was first getting into IM.

    To be honest, every marketer has their own style...just find somebody who resonates with you from a personality, mentality, and business model basis and then just follow the heck out of them and reverse engineer everything they are doing.

    That's a better route than just perusing a million different folks and not digging in deep to any one strategy or method.

    Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author SeanfromVanCity
      Interesting posts fellas.

      Im curious how come no one mentioned Eben Pagan, frank kern, Ryan Diess?
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    • Profile picture of the author cpuman
      Originally Posted by Kenster View Post

      I have many but rich schefren is someones I followed a lot when I was first getting into IM.

      To be honest, every marketer has their own style...just find somebody who resonates with you from a personality, mentality, and business model basis and then just follow the heck out of them and reverse engineer everything they are doing.

      That's a better route than just perusing a million different folks and not digging in deep to any one strategy or method.

      Good luck
      Exactly. i dont have one yet but I will soon. HINT

      I tend to look for a model person who makes money very honest and caring and dont put eggs all in one basket and laid back
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    IMO you should strive to be your own best teacher.

    You'll learn the most when you start collecting your own data and measuring that.

    My favorite teacher? My own statistics.

    I trust numbers more than people.

    If you don't have the confidence required to be the best, are you giving yourself or your own cherished propensity a chance?

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  • Profile picture of the author Go4DBest
    Adam Short is also awesome. I admire his Niche Profit Classroom.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Frank Kern.

    He is funny, entertaining and detached in his approach. Love his sense of humor and overall strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Tai
    Eben Pagan, by far.

    His mindsets are solid, they don't expire 3 months after you learn them. It's long term stuff, and allows you to adapt to any market or technology.
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  • Profile picture of the author josephwilson86
    Forgot about Frank and Ryan, Andy Jenkins too though ive nevrr bought his stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrBosta
    Guys,

    You mentioned one or more people you like. Does that means you passed their mentoring programs?
    I think it is essential to clarify that since if you not passed it means you have impressions based on the marketers pitching.

    Thank you.

    Mike


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