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Unread 14th Apr 2009, 12:06 PM   #351
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Just joined (about a half-hour ago)... I'll be tucked away in the War room for a while because yes.. there's a TON of information in there, and I can already see that I have made a very wise investment.

Thanks again all for answering helping me out, now its time to go and fill up my notebook ;)

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Unread 14th Apr 2009, 01:03 PM   #352
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I dont think it is a lifetime membership, is it?

I thought it was only for 30 years or something ;)
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Well worth it. The only problem I've encountered in the War Room is information overload. Good information - no rehashed stuff.
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Definitely worth the money. I have a question though. When I first signed up I thought the price would be going to $67 and then $97 or something like that. What happened to the lock-in price?
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In the spirit of giving, there are members in the War Room who have given away freely information they could, and do on occasion, sell for big $$$'s.

Look at the War Room this way...

...identify dozens of newer people on this forum today who you believe will one day make it "big" in IM. Then wait for, oh say 6, 8 or 10 years, and then hope you can one day make a one-time investment of $37 to get a small piece of their wisdom and experience.

That is if they all gather together in one place, decide to give back and ask nothing in return.

Or...you can get in there today and find a gem or two you can use right now. Why wait?

It is true "things" have cooled of a bit. But, then, that is true with everything!

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May be a "dumb" question but... any advice for a newbie trying to stay focused and not get disracted with too much information? After reasing this post, I want to join the war room - but I need to make some money first too. I've been spending so much time reading everything, I'm getting confused again. Ugh!
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Originally Posted by shan beach View Post

May be a "dumb" question but... any advice for a newbie trying to stay focused and not get disracted with too much information? After reasing this post, I want to join the war room - but I need to make some money first too. I've been spending so much time reading everything, I'm getting confused again. Ugh!
I was thinking the exact same thing...I am REALLY trying to FOCUS and this sounds great but I don't think it will help me focus.
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Unread 14th Apr 2009, 08:48 PM   #358
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It's a one time fee, and it worths every penny.. and a lot more because
you find amazing information.

I wish i just could have the time to read all and digest it.
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Even if it goes the way of the herd forum, remember that a lot of the information in that comes from Allen. Do I need to say anymore :)

Seriously, I would make sure you download Allen's reports and then read and put into action.

Private Posts will make you back more than the $37

Then you have some warriors who have put reports, scripts, graphics you name it with rights for War Room members, again sell to your list and you will make more than your $37

Take the information about traffic and implement it, and you will make more than your $37

Take the information relevant to your business model and implement it and you you will make more than your $37

For someone starting, go for Allen's reports and read everything he has written. Paul Myers, John Taylor, Bryan Kumar go for their reports next, read and implement, and by then you will be making money and writing your own reports and putting them in there.

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Unread 8th May 2009, 08:53 PM   #360
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....and half a year later it's still worth 1,000x the price of admission (I joined November of 2008). Warning! Do not join if you are the type of person that does not take action........otherwise be prepared to be blown away.

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Unread 8th May 2009, 10:36 PM   #361
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Like many before me have already said, the membership fee will be the wisest investment that you will likely ever make to advance your IM career. Just Do It!
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I don't know what's the price for it right now... but I would say it's very much worth if it's under $10,000! :-)) It's that worth...no jokes.

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Just joined . Never was much for sitting on the fence . The info in the free forums have exploded my bottom line . I can just imagine what this will do.

Besides being a war room member just sounds cool. In a market that lives on credibility that has to count for something :-)


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wonderful!
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Unread 5th Jun 2009, 08:51 AM   #365
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I'm getting $39.95 back from another POS IM guru; think I'll reinvest $37 of it.
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Does anyone know how long must I wait to get my access details after paying?
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Originally Posted by littlejake View Post

Does anyone know how long must I wait to get my access details after paying?
You should be able to access it right away after payment, just click on the link and in you go.
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Originally Posted by AtomicFlipper View Post

You should be able to access it right away after payment, just click on the link and in you go.
Never got any link or info after paying by Paypal more 12 hours ago. Send an email and see what happen.
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absolutely no brainer.
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Never got any link or info after paying by Paypal more 12 hours ago. Send an email and see what happen.
No you should be able to click on the link for the forum. Click here The "War Room" - Private Discussions

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How has your income changed (in dollars and cents) since joining?

This is what I wanted to ask to but you took the words from from my finger tips lol... Someone please let us know the bottom line please.
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I have just stepped my foot into IM. Right now learning some basic knowledge. After reading this post it looks like this could be my one stop for knowledge I need to kick start.
Definitely go to join.

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I'd pay $1,000 or anything near that.

'nuff said!

It's excellent. Really.
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It was the best $37 I ever spent. Don't think about it, just do it, you won't be sorry!
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I joined last night and stayed up as long as I could reading and downloading stuff. I feel like I'm in an IM candy store!

I'm paying $37/month right now for another service that I've been using and now found a thread in the warroom that does effectively the same thing for free!

When I combine that one tool with the tips I learned from a few other posts in the warroom, I've just multiplied my investment 10 fold.

I learned things that I've never found anywhere else, or even heard of, and I've been doing this a long time. On top of that, you're given step by step instructions.

If you've been doing IM or in the main forum for awhile, a lot of the things in there will be familiar, but put together and explained in a way that is pure genius. The main warrior forum is like finding an eraser in one thread, then finding a pencil in another thread. Each thread is a very good tool. The warroom is like finding the guy who thought of putting the eraser on top of the pencil - putting things together in ingenious ways to save time, save money, and make money.

A more specific example would be how one member put google and ezinearticles together. The main forum talks about both in great detail and how to use ezine to get results from google. The warroom showed me a way to use google to get the most out of ezine. I knew "how" to do what they said already. In fact, I've know about this technique for years. but I never thought about using that technique the way this member did. It was pure genius! Putting google and ezine together like the pencil and eraser.

So be prepared to be impressed. There are some real geniuses in there sharing their knowledge.
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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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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.

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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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Join now. You'll find an array of very useful material therein.

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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.

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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!!

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will the War room close it's membership later on?
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I'm with John... Absolute no brainer
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will the War room close it's membership later on?

I doubt it.

Why would it?


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The war room is one of the best values I've come across. You can't go wrong by joining!

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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.

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Hi,

Just wondering if it's worth my joining the War Room as a COMPLETE newbie or will it just serve to confuse me and overload me with information?

I am definitely going to join in a few months but worried I will get sidetracked from doing the basics correctly.

Any thoughts gratefully received

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Thoughtfully-asked question.

The War Room is worth every penny IMO. But in the context of your question, yes, I feel it will undoubtedly be distracting. It's like a treasure chest of ideas and strategies -- not good for anybody who suffers from information overload, but brilliant for anybody who can take an idea and run with it at speed.
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every post is like a wso, you'll get overloaded.

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Invest that small amount and see for yourself. If you don't like it ( rare that anyone asks for a refund) then ask for a refund.

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It's an excellent read but if you can't make the entry fee from stuff you've learned in the main forums then you'll probably find yourself massively distracted and overwhelmed.

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The War Room is absolutely worth every penny plus thousands more - but it may be a little confusing for someone totally new to IM. I would suggest that 'you get your feet wet' here in this forum first. Learn the basics of some of the essentials and then join the War Room.

BTW - when you are new there is so much to learn that it is easy to feel overwhelmed. I suggest that you tackle one topic at a time. You decide what that will be but some suggestions include: article marketing, affiliate marketing, learning about PPC, SEO, or even site building. My thought is that if you learn one thing at a time you will be able to focus on that topic alone and prevent some of the confusion that is likely when attempting to learn everything at once.

This would also help to focus the threads you read here. Rather than trying to read everything you could zero in on the information that pertains to what your focus is at that time. Then when you feel you are somewhat comfortable with the concept of IM you will definitely get more benefits from the War Room.

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The War Room is worth it - especially for someone new to IM.

That is because you can consider every thread, which is moderated and pre-approved, to have valuable information.

On the other hand, in the public forum there is some junk and unintentional misinformation, some people running around with their heads cut-off spouting nonsense - and of course a lot of great information.

The problem is, when you're new to something you are at a greater risk of not being able to distinguish between the valuable insights and the junk, the valuable forum members and the idiots who have even less experience than you, etc.

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Do you know how to use the search function?

If yes, then the free section is great for a newbie.

Once you have mastered how to find exactly what you are looking for using the search, move on to the War Room.

You can get lost for hours upon hours if you just scroll the threads (here and in the War Room), but if you search for certain subjects and not get distracted, then it will be worth it in the long run.

It can be like a product that has so much information that you get overwhelmed and it never gets used.
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here you go,

Originally Posted by trotters View Post

Hi,

Just wondering if it's worth my joining the War Room as a COMPLETE newbie or will it just serve to confuse me and overload me with information?

No, its not for newbie, in fact newbiews should not buy anything at all, once they make some money should reinvest in buying worthwhile,
for sure war room is worthwhile, but not for newbies


I am definitely going to join in a few months but worried I will get sidetracked from doing the basics correctly.

read through forum, choose your plan of attack, Get inputs here, make money, than reinvest in your education, few months later it will be great for you.
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Unread 16th Jun 2009, 09:44 AM   #396
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Hello James,

As others have said the War Room is worth much, much more than it costs.

Consider this, while it can be easily overwhelming as a complete newbie there is a wealth of information inside that can help you to establish a direction for your online business. That in and of itself makes the War Room priceless.

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James,

Join and you won't be disappointed. Best money i've spent here.

Two tips: use search option and go easy. There's kazillions of good info in War Room.

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That is an excellent idea Andy. From day one I bought online online products with money I made online. I never even thought of it, but in retrospect It feels good to do it that way. And there is plenty of info in the main forum to make the entry fee to the War Room.

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It's an excellent read but if you can't make the entry fee from stuff you've learned in the main forums then you'll probably find yourself massively distracted and overwhelmed.

"The first chapter sells the book; the last chapter sells the next book." Mickey Spillane
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So, many thanks for all your replies.

I've decided that I will set myself a challenge; by using some of the info on the free section I'm going to go down the article marketing route and when I have earned enough to cover the subscription, I'll sign up

Hope to see you in there sooner rather than later! Will keep you posted as to my progress.

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It's totally worth it, I'd say.

However, read through some of the best posts here
on the main forum and apply that stuff. When you've
earned the entry fee online, get in there. You'll be
amazed at the amount and quality of information being
shared for free!
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