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Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by paysuccessforward on Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:04 pm

Interesting discussion to be sure. I agree that we can get caught up in all of the trainings and many times people don't apply the programs that they've purchased.

I also see the huge potential in learning how to market effectively on Facebook now, while it's advertising platform is new. And the price of JBudd's program is cheap, compared to losing money on ads and learning the hard way.

Hey Rachel, you rock! I look forward to your training module. Grace and peace to you my friend! David

Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by WhoisRachelJackson on Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:05 am

I dont know, all I know is that I've been using about 1/2 of the stuff JB is teaching and I've been generating no less than 50 leads per day on FB.

Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by Sebastian Latina on Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:01 am

Thanks everyone for the replies. I totally understand in the fact that this may be another distraction and like i said earlier, who needs that. I'm also thinking from another perspective, leads. I know this is not the answer to my question, or the system that's going to finally explode my biz, however, since this morning, i feel like the more tools i have at my disposal, the better chance at succeeding. Having multiple sources of leads is never a bad thing. I'm intrigued with facebook and like i've already mentioned in another post, i hate it when people market their business via their facebook status. They have the right idea as far as using facebook as a lead source, however these people have no clue in how to utilize facebook marketing to their advantage. There are many people out their on facebook who market incorrectly and being able to have this knowledge Mr. Budd is selling may give us advantage over the competition. What do you think?

Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by dkotecki on Mon Oct 18, 2010 10:37 am

Sebastian Latina wrote:Thanks for the point of view Dave. I'm on the fence about this program. Jonathan really does sell it well. I will definitely consider what you've posted before I make my final decision. The last thing I need is another distraction.


You've already answered the question for yourself.

Most people will not achieve anything buying this program.

I really dig J Budd and all of his stuff.
The point I'm making is this:
If you don't already know what you're doing, you'll be wasting your money.

You'd be much better off subscribing to his marketing system for 6 months.

I am not down on J Budd or his programs.
I have some of his other programs.
I just want to give an honest answer to the question.

I am an affiliate, and I'm not promoting this program.
Not because I don't believe in it, but because I'm doing other things.

No program is the holy grail.
If you think it is, you'll lose.

Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by WhoisRachelJackson on Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:34 am

Being a trainer in Get Traffic 3.0 - I'm a bit bias.

All I know is that the material in this product is easily worth 10x the amount of the platform.

If anybody is looking for some awesome fast action bonuses:

http://gettrafficvip.com/get-traffic-3-0-bonuses/

Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by sponsordad on Mon Oct 18, 2010 2:21 am

Sebastian Latina wrote:Thanks for the point of view Dave. I'm on the fence about this program. Jonathan really does sell it well. I will definitely consider what you've posted before I make my final decision. The last thing I need is another distraction.


That's exactly why JB is a millionaire at his age - he sells stuff well...VERY well!

He know's what he is doing & he does it well...VERY well!

He's been doing it for a while now, he's taken care of the basics, he's established himself & his reputation. He has JV partners & a ton of affiliates who market for him.

But I agree with Dave on this one - don't get distracted, take care of YOUR basics first!

If you're not doing the basics, what makes you think you'll do what he shows you in this course?

Keep it real...focus...action!

Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by Sebastian Latina on Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:03 pm

Thanks for the point of view Dave. I'm on the fence about this program. Jonathan really does sell it well. I will definitely consider what you've posted before I make my final decision. The last thing I need is another distraction.

Re: Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by dkotecki on Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:57 pm

Nope.

I like Jonathan Budd. I've met him, talked to him.
I believe that he believes in what he is doing, and I own almost every
product he's ever put out.

I won't be buying his new program because I need another program like
I need a kick in the ****s.

This is my advice to anyone who is considering buying it:

If you're already using his system or MLSP, get the info you need there.
If you have bought any other program and not used it, start using that one.
If you believe that you'll get the results he does, don't buy it.
If you think this is what will finally help you make a breakthrough, look at the
shelf where the rest of the stuff you've bought is gathering dust.
If you're not going to make a commitment to learn all you can and implement
everything you learn as you learn it, don't buy it.

Buying this course should mean that you are going to use it.

You can't buy success in business.
I have as many programs as any 5 people you know.
All they ever did was distract me.
I never made any money until I focused on one thing and how to get good at it.

I am a systems person.
That's what I'm good at; that's what I do.
I have learned how to make things easy, and even better, cheap.
That's why I'm advising against buying this course unless you have a clear plan and
an objective in mind.

The tragedy is that most who buy this program won't even have the basics set up
yet, and won't be able to make full use of it.
My advice is to get your basics set up first.
Then think about buying a program like this.

If you don't have a squeeze page already set up, with autoresponder account, etc.
And if you don't know your conversion rate, etc.
You should NOT buy this course.
Trust me on this.
I know what I'm talking about.

Because if you don't have those things, no course will help you.

Success on the internet consists of 2 things:
1. Getting someone's email address (or if you're cutting edge, you go with text messages)
2. Maintaining continuous contact and selling them stuff

If you believe that this course will get you on the right track,
DON'T BUY IT.

The course will still be around when you're ready for it.
And even if it's not, your success does not depend on this one course.

Are You Signing Up Tomorrow?

Post by Sebastian Latina on Sun Oct 17, 2010 5:58 pm

who's signing up for GETTRAFIC 3.0? I've watched 3 of the 4 videos so far and it looks amazing. Obviously a lot of homework will have to be done to make it run smoothly just like every other method of lead generation however I think Jonathan Budd has created a great product. If you've seen the videos, what do you think?

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