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Unread 28th Feb 2013, 12:51 PM   #1201
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Hi genya,

Thanks for helping out firedancer. Yes, your party a results are generally what I hear from my other WSO customers. If you haven't gotten a Party B yet, definitely contact me so that we can get to the bottom of things. Shoot me an email, as if I'm a prospective Party B, and we can take a closer look at what's going on.

Thanks again for helping out firedancer.

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That cannot be possible. you really mean 700 emails! maybe your email is going to spam. I only send 20 emails at a given time and always get at least one response. The only strange thing is that, I have never brought the two parties together to close the deal.
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Hi firedancer,

Yes, there's definitely a problem with the emails you're sending out. You can do things to improve the deliverability. As mentioned in my previous post to you, I asked you to email me, as if I'm a prospective Party A, so that I can see exactly what they're seeing. I'm certain we can fix this problem, because 700 emails and no response isn't due to lack of interest or saturation, because this business is working really well for many of my WSO customers. You would have definitely gotten many responses from people saying they weren't interested or that they were contacted by someone else, if that was the problem. I'm certain I can help you, so please send me that email when you have a moment.

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Yes it's possible because it is happening to me.
Even if my emails are going into spam then there's nothing I can do about that.


There's no way of knowing how many have already received emails about this programme, as there isn't even acknowledgement of any of the emails I have sent, even if I had received notification telling me they were already in a program or they just weren't interested would be something after all my work!

It also leads me to question if I did receive a reply signifying interest from Party A, how many emails would I have to send to find a Party B who is interested?!

And suggesting Elance isn't an option for me, that wasn't part of the package, if it was then it just might as well have contained an upsell, the main thing that attracted me to this WSO is that it led me to believe there were very little costs involved in setting up, very disappointed in this, lots and lots of time consuming repetitive work with absolutely zero return for efforts.
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Hi Vicky,

Thanks for offering the advice and help to firedancer. Yes, I was surprised to learn that many people were creating email accounts and never adding their name to the email account. I figured that everyone knew they needed to do that when setting up an email account. I suppose, if some people are unfamiliar with webmail, they don't know to do it, as opposed to gmail or hotmail, where adding your name is part of the sign-up process. At any rate, I'm glad to see that once you added your name to your email account, that it got things back on track for you.

Thanks again for helping firedancer!

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Originally Posted by Vickyshortland View Post

I had the same problem and Terry said that I needed to add my name to my email account so it didn't go to spam. Once I changed this I sent out about 140 emails and so far within 3 days have had 19 replies with more coming in daily.

Hope this helps
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Originally Posted by Vickyshortland View Post

I had the same problem and Terry said that I needed to add my name to my email account so it didn't go to spam. Once I changed this I sent out about 140 emails and so far within 3 days have had 19 replies with more coming in daily.

Hope this helps
Vicky, how many deals have you closed so far? because I think money in the bank, is what really matters.

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Hi genya,

If you would like to read the income results of people who have decided to share the income they've made with this business, I have included 10 of those types of posts on the first post of this thread. I included ten of those types of posts in the first post and I stopped copying and pasting those types of posts to the first post after those first 10, because I didn't want to divert from the product description any further. There are, however, several more income-referencing posts throughout this thread, in addition to the 10 I've copy and pasted to the first post. If you are interested in viewing income-related posts, there are plenty to read in the first post of this thread, as well as several more throughout this thread too. Please reference the posts of people who have felt comfortable enough to share their income results, as opposed to publicly questioning individual people here, who have chosen to not share how much money they've made with this so far. If someone wants to discuss how much money they've made, they will share it. If you want to know how much money any specific person has made, you can try to PM them, and if they are comfortable enough with sharing that information with you, I'm certain that they will, but don't put people in a situation where they have to answer personal information like that, in a public setting. These are my paying customers, and so any information that they choose to share here is their decision. Please don't put people on the spot by publicly asking them personal information, such as how much money they've made. I see that you're a War Room Member, so you have the ability to send people a PM, if you want to ask them something personal like that. Thank you.

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Vicky, how many deals have you closed so far? because I think money in the bank, is what really matters.
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Hi genya,

If you would like to read the income results of people who have decided to share the income they've made with this business, I have included 10 of those types of posts on the first post of this thread. I included ten of those types of posts in the first post and I stopped copying and pasting those types of posts to the first post after those first 10, because I didn't want to divert from the product description any further. There are, however, several more income-referencing posts throughout this thread, in addition to the 10 I've copy and pasted to the first post. If you are interested in viewing income-related posts, there are plenty to read in the first post of this thread, as well as several more throughout this thread too. Please reference the posts of people who have felt comfortable enough to share their income results, as opposed to publicly questioning individual people here, who have chosen to not share how much money they've made with this so far. If someone wants to discuss how much money they've made, they will share it. If you want to know how much money any specific person has made, you can try to PM them, and if they are comfortable enough with sharing that information with you, I'm certain that they will, but don't put people in a situation where they have to answer personal information like that, in a public setting. These are my paying customers, and so any information that they choose to share here is their decision. Please don't put people on the spot by publicly asking them personal information, such as how much money they've made. I see that you're a War Room Member, so you have the ability to send people a PM, if you want to ask them something personal like that. Thank you.

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Hi terry,

With all due respect, I'm not interested in how much Vicky is making. All I'm trying to emphasize is that, closing deals is what matters, not how many replies you receive in your inbox. This is a good discussion that I'm bringing up, and I'm sure so many warriors are interested in knowing whether this wso still converts. One or two past success stories is not what I'm driving at. Let's leave out the figures. Let's get a second opinion on this. Any warriors out there?
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Hi genya,

Your post reads, "how many deals have you closed so far? because I think money in the bank, is what really matters.". To me, that sounded like you were asking her how much money she's made, and that is personal. You can PM her a question like that, and if she chooses to answer you privately, she will. If she chooses to publicly post her income results or the deals she's closed, she'll share that too, if she feels comfortable doing that. Having a discussion is one thing, and I'm all for that, but publicly questioning individual people, on the personal income they've made, or the number of deals they've closed is not a discussion. That's questioning people on personal information that they may not feel comfortable sharing on a public forum.

There haven't been just 1 or 2 past success stories. As you can see, I have copy and pasted the first 10 success/money-referencing posts to the first post of this thread, where people have shared the money they've made. Additionally, there are several more posts where people have shared the income they've made. You have more than a second opinion to reference on this thread, when it comes to reading other people's results. 10 income-referencing posts have been copy and pasted to the first post of this WSO thread, so that you don't have to sort through the many pages of this WSO thread. Additionally, there are several more income-referencing posts throughout this thread, by people who have chosen to share the income they've made and the deals they've closed so far. If you'd like an 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, etc. opinion on this, there are plenty of income-referencing posts all throughout this thread, where people have documented the income they've earned with this business model.

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Hi terry,

With all due respect, I'm not interested in how much Vicky is making. All I'm trying to emphasize is that, closing deals is what matters, not how many replies you receive in your inbox. This is a good discussion that I'm bringing up, and I'm sure so many warriors are interested in knowing whether this wso still converts. One or two past success stories is not what I'm driving at. Let's leave out the figures. Let's get a second opinion on this. Any warriors out there?
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Originally Posted by Vickyshortland View Post

I had the same problem and Terry said that I needed to add my name to my email account so it didn't go to spam. Once I changed this I sent out about 140 emails and so far within 3 days have had 19 replies with more coming in daily.

Hope this helps

Thanks for this, Terry has been messaging me about this for which I am very grateful and impressed that she has taken the time to do it, I have changed the settings in my email a/c and hope to have some results soon, it appears all my previous emails were probably going straight to spam!

Will post again when I have some positive results
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Hi firedancer,

Super! I'm really glad that we got your email issue sorted out! Keep me posted!

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Thanks for this, Terry has been messaging me about this for which I am very grateful and impressed that she has taken the time to do it, I have changed the settings in my email a/c and hope to have some results soon, it appears all my previous emails were probably going straight to spam!

Will post again when I have some positive results
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just PMed you, need some help targeting Bs that convert. Thanks
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Hi aizaku,

Thank you for your PM.

I have just replied.

Thanks again.

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P.S. Please keep in mind that I don't provide customer service via the Warrior Forum. Please send customer support questions to the customer support email address that was provided at the time of your purchase. PayPal will have sent you an email receipt of your purchase, which includes my customer support email address. You can also find this customer support email address by logging into your PayPal account and clicking on the details of your purchase. Thank you.

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just PMed you, need some help targeting Bs that convert. Thanks
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This is a response that is not directed at any individual in particular.

The thing with this business model is that it is going to take work and time on your part. Which funnily enough is what all business models require. So this one is no different to those.

Yes...you will be sending out a lot of emails to party A. Yes....you will be sending out a lot of emails to party B. Yes...you will be replying to emails from both party A and party B.

Providing those emails are getting through, you WILL get replies. Not from all, but from enough to work with. Out of those, some will not respond. Some will have more questions. Some will say no thanks. And finally some will go with the deal. Once those initial steps have been made, you're making money.

As to whether party A or party B have been contacted before, I don't worry about that and in a way I hope they have. Maybe after the first contact by someone else previously, they'd forgotten about the content of the mail and another from me is a reminder for them. Either way, keep firing out the emails.

If as Terry suggests, you have built a website for this, ensure it looks the part. I have built mine with wordpress and used a premium theme. I have added the content Terry provides. I have also added a pdf file that people can download that's related to the subjec t matter of this business model. I have also added a blog which again relates to the subject matter of this business. I have a twitter account that relates relevant info to others. All this I hope, adds credibility.

You're probably not going to make a few hundred or even $1000 on day one. But..the thing is, it's possible that you could. I didn't, but I can see it's possible.

I also keep a spreadsheet of everyone that has been contacted and whether or not I received a reply. I do this because I fully intend to contact those that didn't reply, a few months from now. Yes, some may not have been interested, but then again maybe some were, and forgot to reply. We're all only human after all.

Like most businesses if not all, effort is required along with a don't give up attitude. Way too many people buy business courses such as this and give up after a short while. If you're like that, you are the one that will lose out, and you will never make a cent in this or any other business.

Finally, having been running this business for 2 months I have made a net profit of $2720, which coincidently happens to be 100 times what I paid for the course. If I can do that....anyone can.

I have been pm'd a few times about how I run this business, but for anyone that has questions, I suggest contacting Terry, as I'm not in a position to know who has purchased the course and who hasn't.

To all who have bought and intend to buy the course, I wish you all the very best.
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Hi Steven,

Thank you for your absolutely outstanding post! Congratulations also on the income you've generated so far!

I couldn't agree more with everything you've said, and I couldn't have said it better myself. You are treating this like a real business, and so you are getting real results.

One of the challenges with the Warrior Forum is that there are often WSOs for sale that say things like, "Make $10,000 this week!" or "Make a gazillion dollars while you sleep." While these types of headlines entice people, we all know, on some level, that this could not possibly be true. If someone was making $10,000 per week, why are they showing others how to do it for $9.95 or $27? Unfortunately, the very serious consequence of those hyped-up, unrealistic headlines is that many people start to believe that it's possible to generate that type of money with little or no effort, within days. Consequently, when they then come across a legitimate business that requires real work and real effort (or the business decision to outsource that work), they feel disappointed because they are comparing a real business to a false and misleading headline such as "Make $10,000 this week!".

Your post is really invaluable because it brings things into reality and you are saying it the way it truly is, not just in this business model, but in all legitimate business models. I can't thank you enough for taking the time to say it like it is. Unfortunately, there are many people who still believe that they can start a business and put little to no effort into it. For those folks, your post will be a hard pill to swallow. For the people who understand that they need to treat their business like a real business, and put in some honest effort, your post will be a welcome and refreshingly honest source of information.

Thank you for your wonderful post, because an honest post like yours will appeal to the right type of people, who understand how business really works. At the same time, your post will also deter folks who have been reading false WSO headlines for too long, who think that it takes little-to-no effort to run a real business.

Thank you for speaking the truth about this business, and all legitimate businesses in general, and congratulations on the income you've earned so far!

Keep up the great work!

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This is a response that is not directed at any individual in particular.

The thing with this business model is that it is going to take work and time on your part. Which funnily enough is what all business models require. So this one is no different to those.

Yes...you will be sending out a lot of emails to party A. Yes....you will be sending out a lot of emails to party B. Yes...you will be replying to emails from both party A and party B.

Providing those emails are getting through, you WILL get replies. Not from all, but from enough to work with. Out of those, some will not respond. Some will have more questions. Some will say no thanks. And finally some will go with the deal. Once those initial steps have been made, you're making money.

As to whether party A or party B have been contacted before, I don't worry about that and in a way I hope they have. Maybe after the first contact by someone else previously, they'd forgotten about the content of the mail and another from me is a reminder for them. Either way, keep firing out the emails.

If as Terry suggests, you have built a website for this, ensure it looks the part. I have built mine with wordpress and used a premium theme. I have added the content Terry provides. I have also added a pdf file that people can download that's related to the subjec t matter of this business model. I have also added a blog which again relates to the subject matter of this business. I have a twitter account that relates relevant info to others. All this I hope, adds credibility.

You're probably not going to make a few hundred or even $1000 on day one. But..the thing is, it's possible that you could. I didn't, but I can see it's possible.

I also keep a spreadsheet of everyone that has been contacted and whether or not I received a reply. I do this because I fully intend to contact those that didn't reply, a few months from now. Yes, some may not have been interested, but then again maybe some were, and forgot to reply. We're all only human after all.

Like most businesses if not all, effort is required along with a don't give up attitude. Way too many people buy business courses such as this and give up after a short while. If you're like that, you are the one that will lose out, and you will never make a cent in this or any other business.

Finally, having been running this business for 2 months I have made a net profit of $2720, which coincidently happens to be 100 times what I paid for the course. If I can do that....anyone can.

I have been pm'd a few times about how I run this business, but for anyone that has questions, I suggest contacting Terry, as I'm not in a position to know who has purchased the course and who hasn't.

To all who have bought and intend to buy the course, I wish you all the very best.
Remember though.
DON'T GIVE UP. THAT IS THE KEY!
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I purchased the WSO and downloaded it. I am gonna read them all tomorrow.
I am a new member of this forum and this is my first WSO.
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Hi skoti,

Welcome to the Warrior Forum and thank you for your recent purchase!

Please feel free to send me an email if you have any questions after going through the main course and the FAQs. You can locate my support email in the receipt that PayPal sent you at the time of your purchase. You can also log into your PayPal account and click on the details of your transaction to find my support email there too.

Thanks again!

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I purchased the WSO and downloaded it. I am gonna read them all tomorrow.
I am a new member of this forum and this is my first WSO.
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Hello Terry,

Please check your PM,

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Hi Enirose,

Thank you for your recent purchase.

I'm sorry that you were unable to access the download link at the time of your purchase. The instructions for accessing the download link were at the top of the page, in the blue banner.

Thank you for PM'ing me your order information. I will email you your access to the course materials right now.

Thanks again for your order.

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Please check your PM,

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Hi firedancer,

That's super! Keep up the great work!

I'm glad things got straightened out with your email issue!

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Great post, very encouraging to those of us who are new to IM , and are prone to making fundamental mistakes (like me)

I already have two party A's, and to connect with party B's I now know what I need to do , thanks to suggestions from Terry and thanks to Steve for that post
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Hi Terry,

Just sent a PM regarding contacting party B.

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Hi Tim,

Thanks for the PM!

I just replied!

Just so you know, I now provide all customer support to my WSO customers, through my customer support email address.

Thanks again!

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Hi Terry,

Just sent a PM regarding contacting party B.

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Hello,

Just wanted to say that I picked up this WSO many months ago and put it off until now. Starting working the course last week and have had several confirmations from Party A's. Working now on getting the Party B's to connect the two. I am confident it will happen soon. I am very excited about this and I can not forget to mention that Terry is just awesome! She has responded politely and thoroughly to EVERY one of my many emails.
I will post back as soon as I've closed that first deal! Best to all!
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Hi ladylioness,

I'm so glad that you're now taking action with the course materials!

Congratulations on your progress so far!

Thanks so much for your kind words - keep up the great work!

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Hello,

Just wanted to say that I picked up this WSO many months ago and put it off until now. Starting working the course last week and have had several confirmations from Party A's. Working now on getting the Party B's to connect the two. I am confident it will happen soon. I am very excited about this and I can not forget to mention that Terry is just awesome! She has responded politely and thoroughly to EVERY one of my many emails.
I will post back as soon as I've closed that first deal! Best to all!
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Hi Terry,
Could you DM me please?.. need to ask you a quick question
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Hi TrueClove,

I provide my customer support email address to all of my WSO customers. I'm not sure if you've purchased my course yet, but if you have, you can locate my support email address in the email receipt that PayPal sent you. Alternatively, you can locate my customer support email address by logging into your PayPal account and clicking on the details of your transaction.

If you have not yet purchased the course yet, and you have a pre-sales question, please feel free to ask it on the public part of the Warrior Forum. If there's something you're wondering, prior to purchasing the course, it's most likely that other people are wondering the same thing, so it will be helpful to others if you ask your question here.

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Has anybody made any money with this recently??

I haven't , maybe it's the recession, plenty of Party A's interested, no Party B's, and if they have responded, then it's just too expensive for them.
Realising this is a numbers game, and doing all the work myself, I'm glad I haven't wasted any money on employing a VA , and yes, there are a few who have posted in the beginning of this thread having made some money, but nobody since, it should have been made clear in the sales letter that employing somebody was an essential part of this business model.
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Hi firedancer,

Yes, a good number of people are making money with this as we speak. I know this because I was just recently contacted, a couple of days ago, by the company that I mention in the course. They have personally thanked me for the business they've been receiving, as a result of people who have purchased my course. They even offered to pay me for all of the business I've sent them, but I declined, because I felt that would be a conflict of interest. I recommend them in the course, because they seemed to be the best resource for my customers. Getting paid from them wouldn't feel right to me.

Employing someone is absolutely not an essential part of this business. You can do the work yourself, which is very feasible, and that is exactly what many of my most successful WSO customers are doing. If hiring others was an essential part of this business model, I would have absolutely disclosed it. Unfortunately, with so many get rich quick schemes being advertised on the internet, I think that the idea of doing hard work, day in and day out, in an internet business takes some people by surprise. In reality, though, that's how all legitimate businesses operate, so I did not disclose the fact that real, honest work was required to make this business work, because I assumed that most people know that real work is required in any real business. For those who don't want to do the work themselves, they can hire a VA or a freelancer. Again, though, that's how all businesses operate: Either do the work yourself, or hire others to do the work for you. Not sure why think something like that needed to be disclosed.

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Has anybody made any money with this recently??

I haven't , maybe it's the recession, plenty of Party A's interested, no Party B's, and if they have responded, then it's just too expensive for them.
Realising this is a numbers game, and doing all the work myself, I'm glad I haven't wasted any money on employing a VA , and yes, there are a few who have posted in the beginning of this thread having made some money, but nobody since, it should have been made clear in the sales letter that employing somebody was an essential part of this business model.
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Been doing all the work, no problem at all, what is soul destroying is not getting any responses from those many many Party B's whom I've contacted. It is not included in your sales letter that this is in fact a numbers game, yes, it is a personal choice whether to employ an outsourcer, and in fact after almost three months doing this full time, stating in your sales letter that it's possible to do this for one to two hours a day is just not feasible.
All I am saying is that your sales pitch is misleading, there is a necessity to spend money, and a good deal of it, in making this business work.
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Hi firedancer,

You are absolutely, 100% incorrect in your statements. All legitimate businesses are a numbers game. That's every business on the face of the planet. Again, this is not something that needs to be disclosed, because that is how all legitimate businesses operate.

You have not been correctly doing this business full-time for 3 months. On March 1st (2 weeks ago), you sent me an example of what you were doing to run this business. When I looked at what you were doing, we saw exactly why your emails were not getting through. You then thanked me, because you started seeing results, and I provided some additional help to you. While you may have been working on this for 3 months, you've been doing things completely wrong up until recently.

You contacted me on March 8th, excited about a new, prospective customer you were working on. When I continued to provide ongoing help and support to you, you interpreted my help as insulting. Specifically, when I suggested that you send Party A a follow up e-mail, because you said they hadn't replied to your email, you told me that you found my suggestion insulting, and you said I was implying that you don't know how to send emails, based on that suggestion I made. This is the first time I have ever been accused of being insulting, after trying to help one of my WSO customers with a situation they were encountering in their business.

Unfortunately, whenever I get an email from you, you're either extremely nice or extremely defensive and insulting. Your extreme behaviors in your emails makes it rather difficult for me to help you in a productive way. It's also puzzling to me that you could be excited on March 8th about the progress in your business, and now a couple of days later you're here making these types of posts. With all due respect, I do not think you have a realistic understanding of the fact that real businesses take some time to get going. To be happy in this business one day, and then complaining a couple of days later, makes it seem as though you are expecting some sort of overnight, get rich quick scheme in this business.

There is absolutely nothing misleading about the first post of this thread. All businesses require hard work. I do not portray this business as a get rich quick scheme in the first post, and there is absolutely nothing misleading about it.

There is ZERO necessity in spending money to make this work, besides the small cost of a domain name and web hosting. I disclose those costs fully in the first post.

As someone who has only been doing things correctly, for a couple of days now, and who was just recently working on closing a deal a couple of days ago, your post is rather astounding to me.

The fact of the matter, though, is that I can't even blame you for having such unrealistic expectations about how business really operates. To me, your post illustrates an ongoing trend among folks who have adopted completely unrealistic expectations, as a result of reading the countless get rich quick schemes, that promise instant riches. Unfortunately, those types of schemes have created a large segment of people who do not understand that starting a real business takes time and patience.

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Been doing all the work, no problem at all, what is soul destroying is not getting any responses from those many many Party B's whom I've contacted. It is not included in your sales letter that this is in fact a numbers game, yes, it is a personal choice whether to employ an outsourcer, and in fact after almost three months doing this full time, stating in your sales letter that it's possible to do this for one to two hours a day is just not feasible.
All I am saying is that your sales pitch is misleading, there is a necessity to spend money, and a good deal of it, in making this business work.
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I have pointed out to you in an email to your support address that when I began this business in January I had sent out a large number of emails to which I had gotten no response, you emailed me with a suggestion that it may have had something to do with my webmail not being set up correctly, which I amended. Thinking that was the reason for my lack of response, I resent ALL of the emails, then received a response from one of the party A's. Having had no other responses since, I returned to check which of those emails that particular party had responded to and it was actually the first one I had sent, so your suggestion made no difference really.
The fact that you imply that I am one of those people who buy into get rich quick schemes is an insult. You know I have put in the work, what I object to is the total lack of honesty in your sales letter that should have indicated to potential buyers to be prepared to invest money into this , in fact your sales letter states that very little money is required to make this work. It takes a full time effort in fact to send the amount of emails required to gain a response, and stating as you have that one to two hours a day is sufficient is simply not true.
I emailed you twice and to suggest you were giving me lots more help than you have is exaggerating, I am not here to argue with you, am just giving an HONEST opinion of my experience with this WSO, which by the way , I am entitled to do.
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Hi firedancer,

Yes, you are certainly entitled to your opinion. Your statement that it is a requirement to hire others, however, is simply incorrect. You can either do the work yourself, or hire others to do it. This does not need to be disclosed in the sales letter, because that is common sense to most people.

I'm sorry to hear that you are not as happy as the many other people who have been generous enough to share their successes here. I hope you are able to find a business that suits your needs, because it seems clear to me that this is probably not the right business for you. All the best to you in whatever you decide to pursue going forward.

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I have pointed out to you in an email to your support address that when I began this business in January I had sent out a large number of emails to which I had gotten no response, you emailed me with a suggestion that it may have had something to do with my webmail not being set up correctly, which I amended. Thinking that was the reason for my lack of response, I resent ALL of the emails, then received a response from one of the party A's. Having had no other responses since, I returned to check which of those emails that particular party had responded to and it was actually the first one I had sent, so your suggestion made no difference really.
The fact that you imply that I am one of those people who buy into get rich quick schemes is an insult. You know I have put in the work, what I object to is the total lack of honesty in your sales letter that should have indicated to potential buyers to be prepared to invest money into this , in fact your sales letter states that very little money is required to make this work. It takes a full time effort in fact to send the amount of emails required to gain a response, and stating as you have that one to two hours a day is sufficient is simply not true.
I emailed you twice and to suggest you were giving me lots more help than you have is exaggerating, I am not here to argue with you, am just giving an HONEST opinion of my experience with this WSO, which by the way , I am entitled to do.
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In fact, going back over the thread, it's been quite a while since anybody has shared their success.

Obviously it is common sense whether you choose to outsource this large amount of work, that's not the point, the point is your sales letter is misleading.
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Hi firedancer,

I'm confused over how you think my salesletter is misleading. If you could explain to me specifically what you find misleading about the salesletter, I will be glad to take a look at it again, or respond to anything you believe is misleading about the salesletter. In the ten months that I've been selling this WSO, no one has ever said that they find the salesletter misleading, but I will be happy to address any specific part of the salesletter that you'd like to bring to my attention. Any direct quotes from the salesletter you can provide will be helpful in allowing me to address your concerns.

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In fact, going back over the thread, it's been quite a while since anybody has shared their success.

Obviously it is common sense whether you choose to outsource this large amount of work, that's not the point, the point is your sales letter is misleading.
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I have just read the last few posts between Terry and Firedancer. I have to say that I do not agree with what is being said about the NEED to have to spend lots of money and/or hire people. It's just not required or necessary. Yes, this is a numbers game. The more contacts you make, the higher the chance that you will get a deal going. Now if you have a full time job already and do not have that much time to do the work yourself, well yes, of course maybe you'll want to get some help. But the thing is that Terry herself explained that she did this at one point full-time from home. This was her job. She was very clear and honest about her income doing this both full and part time. Of course if you only have an hour here or there to put into it, your results are going to be different and it is probably going to take you longer to get where you want to be.

As I stated a couple of days ago, I bought this course months ago when Terry first released it. I put it aside and didn't begin any work with it until a week and a half ago. I put off all money making on the internet frankly and Terry's WSO kept popping into my mind. I just had a feeling that it was something that would actually work if I worked at it. And I was right. You just have to keep on going. I was very excited my first few days into sending out the emails. I have 3 confirmed Party A's and have had several Party B's respond back with curiousity. While none of them yet have signed on, they haven't said no. I'm not going to wait around for them though, I'm going to keep on sending out more invites until I get some positive responses. I have to admit that I can be a procrastinator and someone who has the tendency to give up if things don't happen right away, but I have such a good feeling about this business. It's something I can truly feel good about. I want to make it my own and really get into it, make it a part of me.

The past couple of days I haven't gotten much of anything in my inbox, which makes me a little sad, but then today I get one from a very excited Party B, so everything evens itself out in the end I feel. Nothing worth having comes easy I've heard and I believe that. Yes, it sounds cliche, but it's true here....The more you put in, the more you'll get out of it....period.

Okay, I'm done...don't mean to rattle anyone's feathers here. I can sure understand why someone might be frustrated for whatever reason. I just don't think it's right to say that Terry was or has been in anyway dishonest about anything.
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I have just read the last few posts between Terry and Firedancer. I have to say that I do not agree with what is being said about the NEED to have to spend lots of money and/or hire people. It's just not required or necessary. Yes, this is a numbers game. The more contacts you make, the higher the chance that you will get a deal going. Now if you have a full time job already and do not have that much time to do the work yourself, well yes, of course maybe you'll want to get some help. But the thing is that Terry herself explained that she did this at one point full-time from home. This was her job. She was very clear and honest about her income doing this both full and part time. Of course if you only have an hour here or there to put into it, your results are going to be different and it is probably going to take you longer to get where you want to be.

As I stated a couple of days ago, I bought this course months ago when Terry first released it. I put it aside and didn't begin any work with it until a week and a half ago. I put off all money making on the internet frankly and Terry's WSO kept popping into my mind. I just had a feeling that it was something that would actually work if I worked at it. And I was right. You just have to keep on going. I was very excited my first few days into sending out the emails. I have 3 confirmed Party A's and have had several Party B's respond back with curiousity. While none of them yet have signed on, they haven't said no. I'm not going to wait around for them though, I'm going to keep on sending out more invites until I get some positive responses. I have to admit that I can be a procrastinator and someone who has the tendency to give up if things don't happen right away, but I have such a good feeling about this business. It's something I can truly feel good about. I want to make it my own and really get into it, make it a part of me.

The past couple of days I haven't gotten much of anything in my inbox, which makes me a little sad, but then today I get one from a very excited Party B, so everything evens itself out in the end I feel. Nothing worth having comes easy I've heard and I believe that. Yes, it sounds cliche, but it's true here....The more you put in, the more you'll get out of it....period.

Okay, I'm done...don't mean to rattle anyone's feathers here. I can sure understand why someone might be frustrated for whatever reason. I just don't think it's right to say that Terry was or has been in anyway dishonest about anything.
A week and a half? Wait until you've been putting in full time plus hours for almost three months with absolutely no return for your time and effort, I could have been using that time elsewhere, please post when you've actually closed a deal , that will be interesting.
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Hi ladylioness,

Thank you for your post and for sharing your progress in the business so far.

Keep up the great work!

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I have just read the last few posts between Terry and Firedancer. I have to say that I do not agree with what is being said about the NEED to have to spend lots of money and/or hire people. It's just not required or necessary. Yes, this is a numbers game. The more contacts you make, the higher the chance that you will get a deal going. Now if you have a full time job already and do not have that much time to do the work yourself, well yes, of course maybe you'll want to get some help. But the thing is that Terry herself explained that she did this at one point full-time from home. This was her job. She was very clear and honest about her income doing this both full and part time. Of course if you only have an hour here or there to put into it, your results are going to be different and it is probably going to take you longer to get where you want to be.

As I stated a couple of days ago, I bought this course months ago when Terry first released it. I put it aside and didn't begin any work with it until a week and a half ago. I put off all money making on the internet frankly and Terry's WSO kept popping into my mind. I just had a feeling that it was something that would actually work if I worked at it. And I was right. You just have to keep on going. I was very excited my first few days into sending out the emails. I have 3 confirmed Party A's and have had several Party B's respond back with curiousity. While none of them yet have signed on, they haven't said no. I'm not going to wait around for them though, I'm going to keep on sending out more invites until I get some positive responses. I have to admit that I can be a procrastinator and someone who has the tendency to give up if things don't happen right away, but I have such a good feeling about this business. It's something I can truly feel good about. I want to make it my own and really get into it, make it a part of me.

The past couple of days I haven't gotten much of anything in my inbox, which makes me a little sad, but then today I get one from a very excited Party B, so everything evens itself out in the end I feel. Nothing worth having comes easy I've heard and I believe that. Yes, it sounds cliche, but it's true here....The more you put in, the more you'll get out of it....period.

Okay, I'm done...don't mean to rattle anyone's feathers here. I can sure understand why someone might be frustrated for whatever reason. I just don't think it's right to say that Terry was or has been in anyway dishonest about anything.
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Hi firedancer,

You have stated that my salesletter is misleading, so I just asked you to please provide me with what part of the salesletter you find misleading, so that I can address your concerns, or make the necessary changes. In the 10 months I've been offering this WSO, no one has stated that they found my salesletter misleading, but I will be most happy to re-visit any part of the salesletter that you find misleading. I'm sorry that, after you've made those false accusations, you are suddenly deciding that you are unable to provide me with an example of where my salesletter is misleading. As far as any business who would express a concern over the moral issue of this, they are completely misinformed. This is a highly ethical business model that helps children and families in a positive way. Any business who would have such an incorrect perception is completely misinformed and not understanding things properly. This is an opportunity to help children and families in an honest and completely ethical way. If you were actually doing something dishonest or unethical, I could see their concern. Simply explaining to those misinformed businesses what this is about, though, would properly address their misunderstanding of things. I would have been glad to help you reply to any such misinformed comments you received from businesses. Unfortunately, though, the last time I tried to help you and suggest an email that you could send for a different situation, you replied by telling me that I was insulting you, because you said that I was implying that you don't know how to send an email, when I was actually just trying to help you. You had told me you were going to wait to hear back from Party A, but because of the circumstances you explained to me, I suggested an email that you could send to Party A as a follow-up. Your interpretation of my suggestion and help was that I was insulting you and your ability to send emails. I only made the suggestion because you said you were going to wait to hear back from the Party A, and so I suggested something that would help move things along a little more quickly, by following up with Party A. I still have yet to understand how I insulted you, by making this suggestion to you.

At any rate, if you are able to explain to me where my salesletter is misleading, I will be happy to address your concerns or correct any issues that are in fact misleading. I have gone through the salesletter once more, and am still puzzled by your comments, because I do not see how or where any part of my salesletter is misleading. Nevertheless, if you are now too busy to tell me where I have been misleading, after making those false accusations against me, that would be consistent with your inconsistent behavior and your inconsistent comments, throughout the course of me trying to help you. When I first heard from you, you were complaining. When I identified what the issues were, you were very thankful. When you started seeing results a couple of days ago, you expressed your happiness. Now, a couple of days later, you're complaining and being negative. When I tried to help you with an email you sent me, you told me that I was insulting you, when I suggested how to reply to a Party A, since you hadn't heard back from them. I can honestly say, in the 10 months that I've been helping people get started in this business, that I have never had an experience like this with any of my WSO customers. My WSO customers are always appreciative of any support I provide to them, and they never accuse me of insulting them when I help them with situations they're dealing with in their businesses. For you to then also come on here and accuse me of being misleading, but not provide me with an example of where I've been misleading, is truly amazing. I have never, in my many years of being in business, dealt with anyone who conducts themselves in this way. From making false accusations that I have been misleading, but then being unable to provide an example, to telling me that I'm implying that you don't know how to send an email, when I was actually just trying to help you, since you were going to wait on a situation where a follow-up would have been more effective, I am completely perplexed by your comments and your interpretation of my help being an insult to you. I don't understand how the help I offered was insulting to you or how I've been misleading in my salesletter, but I will be happy to address your comments and false accusations, if you care to provide me with an example.

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I'm entitled to post about my experiences with a WSO for others to read, I don't feel the obligation to explain myself to you however, seeing as you are questioning my opinion, you might explain the emails I have received from some professionals questioning the morality of this business model?
I am not about to reveal your WSO in detail here, because I have more integrity than to do that, but if you insist on questioning my right to voice my opinion then please answer that concern from those people.

I think it also explains why it is predominantly a numbers game, much more so actually than in other business models, contrary to what you have said earlier when you stated all business is basically a numbers game.

I am actually too busy to waste any more of my time defending my opinions on here, so wishing you good luck in your alternative business endeavours, I will sign off.
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Guys! Time out!

I am working with this wso as well and I worked with an outsourcer for a while.

It is a numbers game and I didn't close a deal (yet), but I think that Terry is one of the only warriors who is so definetely available and trying to finetune, tweak our work as to succeed the best way.

There is however another factor that we can not influence, neither of us, and that factor is called = luck, l u c k ... Some have some, others don't.. I understand the sheer frustration not to close one deal, I have an offline business since 1985, and witnessed all the ups and downs, believe me.

Maybe you should let it rest for a week firedancer... and then re-check?

There might be a little glitch in the course...
Maybe there is some calling involved after all...? Maybe getting some skype credits (cheap) and talk to Party B?
More convincing?

That is what I plan to do, don't know if you did that firedancer?

Anyhow, I wish all readers lot's of success ...and some luck to you firedancer (and myself)

Will be back with updates asap.
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Hi Gijsbertus,

Thank you for your kind words and for sharing your progress so far.

Yes, it is my goal to help people when they tell me about situations in their business, when my advice would be helpful for them. This is the first time that I've ever helped someone, after they explained a situation to me, and I was told that I was insulting them by helping them. I suppose there's a first time for everything though.

Thanks again!

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Guys! Time out!

I am working with this wso as well and I worked with an outsourcer for a while.

It is a numbers game and I didn't close a deal (yet), but I think that Terry is one of the only warriors who is so definetely available and trying to finetune, tweak our work as to succeed the best way.

There is however another factor that we can not influence, neither of us, and that factor is called = luck, l u c k ... Some have some, others don't.. I understand the sheer frustration not to close one deal, I have an offline business since 1985, and witnessed all the ups and downs, believe me.

Maybe you should let it rest for a week firedancer... and then re-check?

There might be a little glitch in the course...
Maybe there is some calling involved after all...? Maybe getting some skype credits (cheap) and talk to Party B?
More convincing?

That is what I plan to do, don't know if you did that firedancer?

Anyhow, I wish all readers lot's of success ...and some luck to you firedancer (and myself)

Will be back with updates asap.
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***IMPORTANT UPDATE***

I was recently contacted by a fellow Warrior, who has purchased my WSO, to let me know that he can create automated software that will speed up, and almost completely eliminate, the time consuming part of this business. I was going to hold off on making this announcement until the software is ready, but since there have recently been some comments about the time consuming aspect of this business, I wanted to let everyone know that this is currently in the works.

He will be offering the software at a super low price to my WSO customers. I believe this will be a good solution for folks who do not want to spend the time doing the day-to-day work themselves, and who are also also unable to afford the expense of hiring others to do the work for them.

I will be sending an email out to my WSO customers, as soon as I've had a chance to look at the software myself, to see if this will provide an adequate, affordable way to automate the more time consuming tasks associated with this business.

Stay tuned!!

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I've just looked over the sales page again and I'm damned if I can find anything about it that is misleading.

Here and there, throughout this thread, I've made some posts. I'm the one who mentions "numbers game" "Hiring a V.A" and a few other bits and pieces. The reason I mentioned them at the time, is because that's how I felt about this business and the way I wanted to operate it.

As Terry clearly says in the sales page, a little money is needed for a domain name and hosting. Other than that, all you need to do is spend time.

Now for the numbers thing. I operate a construction company, and often pay to advertise in newspapers and for leaflet drops. Do I expect all if any to respond? No, of course not. I simply hope that one will, and I will make the money I spent worthwhile. Many times, I have had zero response. That hasn't stopped me doing it again though. Countless times I have secured big projects and it's made it all worthwhile.

Now...had I have personally visited houses delivering leaflets, and got no response, in the weeks that followed, I would still have gone out again. I'd be a fool would give up.

This is how business works. To succeed in business you must expect to get knock backs. Expect to put in long hours. Expect to get frustrated. People must grasp these basic fundamentals if they want to succeed.

I know that I'm starting to sound like a one man Terry fanclub here, but let me make it crystal clear. I don't know her at all. This forum is swarming with people asking questions on how to make money. And when I see a wso like this, I want to get it in the hands of those same people. This wso makes money, in a far less cpmplicated way than most of the others. Practically all wso's require more than just your time. Things such as backlinking, seo, spending money on making products, spending money listing websites to flip etc.

With this particular wso, organize yourself properly. Pick a state in the U.S. Find the top 100 populated cities and towns in that state, and then work one town at a time relentlessly searching for party A's. Then search for party B's. Think out of the box regarding party B. Party B does not have to solely consist of a handful of industries. There are scores of industries that would be interested in this opportunity.

I have made money with this wso and I'm grateful to Terry for that. Search through my posts and you'll see where I've mentioned how much.

For those that have bought this wso, keep going with it. If you stop...it'll be your fault and nobody elses. Be honest with yourself. Are you actually sending out plenty of invitations to party A and B? Or are you just thinking you are? Are you replying to both party A and B in a timely manner? Or do you just think you are? Work, work, work is what brings in money.

PM me firedancer if you like. And I'm pretty sure I'll get money coming in for you with this wso.

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I just wanted to report that I've made $200 with this system, only 22 days after purchasing.

I still prefer affiliate marketing over this since it requires less of me, but nonetheless, this system works.

Please make sure to notify me once your new software is up and working. I can see this system doing way better then my affiliate sites if I could only cut the time.

Terry, excellent work.
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Hi Steve,

Thank you, once again, for your infinitely valuable insights and thoughts.

It's very nice to read a post from someone who understands what it takes to run a real business. When people make posts, stating that I should disclose that this requires real work, I can't help but laugh. It makes me realize how there must be thousands upon thousands of "opportunities" telling people that they can make tons of money overnight, with little to no effort. The recent comment that it needs to be disclosed that starting a real business like this takes real work shows how backwards things have become. As you've stated, that's how all businesses work. I'm glad you get it. Fortunately, I think that most people do really get that. Of course, there will always be one or two people in the bunch who believe in push button miracle systems. Then, there are folks who start putting in a little bit of work, and they become frustrated that they're not seeing results more quickly, even though they know that making money in business takes time. The funny thing to me is that I'll often get emails from people who make money a couple of weeks into things, once they've really started putting in the effort and doing things correctly. In the real business world, though, most companies aren't in profit until 2 or 3 years after they've been in business. The business model I teach allows people to be in profit within weeks of getting started, and sometimes even sooner than that, yet there are folks who are still unhappy!! :rolleyes: Oh well, I've learned that you can't always please everyone. All I can do is offer folks an honest way to run an honest business. If people are ready to do what is required, the business has certainly been proven to work for enough people, who have been generous enough to share their results here. Everyone else is welcome to continue their illusive search for the next push button, get rich tomorrow scheme.

I appreciate your offer to extend your help to others, although, please keep in mind that, with some people, no good deed goes unpunished. As you know, I'm not required to help my WSO customers, but I do it to go above and beyond, when it's needed, as long as people don't take advantage. When I offered a suggestion to the customer you alluded to, on how to handle a situation, after they contacted me, I was told that I insulted them by suggesting an email that they could send to Party A. :confused: I was told that my suggestion implied that they don't know how to send an email, even though they told me they were going to wait to hear back from Party A, instead of emailing them. As mentioned, it's the first time I've ever been accused of insulting someone, after offering them a helpful tip, but I guess there's a first time for everything. I just mention this to caution you before you decide who you're going to help, because your time is valuable. I've learned to only help people who don't take advantage and who don't get nasty after I take my time to help them. Please just use caution, for your own well being, when it comes to deciding who you want to help and who to avoid like the black plague. Some people are truly toxic, and even if you try to help them, you'll end up regretting it.

Thanks again - loved your analogy about how you operate your construction company's marketing campaigns.

-Terry


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I've just looked over the sales page again and I'm damned if I can find anything about it that is misleading.

Here and there, throughout this thread, I've made some posts. I'm the one who mentions "numbers game" "Hiring a V.A" and a few other bits and pieces. The reason I mentioned them at the time, is because that's how I felt about this business and the way I wanted to operate it.

As Terry clearly says in the sales page, a little money is needed for a domain name and hosting. Other than that, all you need to do is spend time.

Now for the numbers thing. I operate a construction company, and often pay to advertise in newspapers and for leaflet drops. Do I expect all if any to respond? No, of course not. I simply hope that one will, and I will make the money I spent worthwhile. Many times, I have had zero response. That hasn't stopped me doing it again though. Countless times I have secured big projects and it's made it all worthwhile.

Now...had I have personally visited houses delivering leaflets, and got no response, in the weeks that followed, I would still have gone out again. I'd be a fool would give up.

This is how business works. To succeed in business you must expect to get knock backs. Expect to put in long hours. Expect to get frustrated. People must grasp these basic fundamentals if they want to succeed.

I know that I'm starting to sound like a one man Terry fanclub here, but let me make it crystal clear. I don't know her at all. This forum is swarming with people asking questions on how to make money. And when I see a wso like this, I want to get it in the hands of those same people. This wso makes money, in a far less cpmplicated way than most of the others. Practically all wso's require more than just your time. Things such as backlinking, seo, spending money on making products, spending money listing websites to flip etc.

With this particular wso, organize yourself properly. Pick a state in the U.S. Find the top 100 populated cities and towns in that state, and then work one town at a time relentlessly searching for party A's. Then search for party B's. Think out of the box regarding party B. Party B does not have to solely consist of a handful of industries. There are scores of industries that would be interested in this opportunity.

I have made money with this wso and I'm grateful to Terry for that. Search through my posts and you'll see where I've mentioned how much.

For those that have bought this wso, keep going with it. If you stop...it'll be your fault and nobody elses. Be honest with yourself. Are you actually sending out plenty of invitations to party A and B? Or are you just thinking you are? Are you replying to both party A and B in a timely manner? Or do you just think you are? Work, work, work is what brings in money.

PM me firedancer if you like. And I'm pretty sure I'll get money coming in for you with this wso.

All the best
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Hi aizaku,

Woo-hoo! Congratulations on the $200 you've made so far, after just purchasing the course a couple of weeks ago!

Thanks for expressing your interest in the software. I will be sending out an email to my customers, as soon as the automation software is ready and I've had a chance to check it out myself. I actually see a PM from the developer now, entitled, "Good News", so I'm just heading over to read it!

Keep up the great work!

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I just wanted to report that I've made $200 with this system, only 22 days after purchasing.

I still prefer affiliate marketing over this since it requires less of me, but nonetheless, this system works.

Please make sure to notify me once your new software is up and working. I can see this system doing way better then my affiliate sites if I could only cut the time.

Terry, excellent work.
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cool, again, this system is 'simple' and effective.
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Hi aizaku,

Thanks so much for those kind words about the course!

Congratulations again on the money you've earned so far, after purchasing the course a couple of weeks ago!

Keep up the great work!

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cool, again, this system is 'simple' and effective.
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Hi Terry,
Please make sure to PM me, once your new software is up...
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Hi skoti,

I'll definitely let you know, although it's not my software, but rather a customer of mine.

As soon as he lets me know that the software is ready and I've had a chance to check it out, I'll be sending the email out to my customers, so that all of you can check it out too.

Thanks for your interest.

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Please make sure to PM me, once your new software is up...
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Back to say I closed my first deal this morning! Woo hoo, feels great. Was starting to get a little discouraged after a few days of no replies and then when I least expected it, a Party B ready to go, no questions asked, no phone contact, purely using the emails provided. So, $100 profit after all is said and done
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Has anyone tinkered with the emails?

Shorten them or change them for conversion testing when it comes getting B's to commit?

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Hi ladylioness,

Congratulations on the income you've earned so far!

It's definitely a mindset challenge to put in the work up front and then deal with the delay of getting paid a few days or a few weeks later on certain deals. That does happen sometimes. Of course, sometimes you'll get a Party B the same day you send them the email, but it really does range. As Steve Finch has eloquently pointed out, it really is just a matter of being consistent each day, and the deals will come through.

Keep up the great work!

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Back to say I closed my first deal this morning! Woo hoo, feels great. Was starting to get a little discouraged after a few days of no replies and then when I least expected it, a Party B ready to go, no questions asked, no phone contact, purely using the emails provided. So, $100 profit after all is said and done
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