06 Oct 06 6:23 pm
I joined, but hay I join everything (almost). When I look at something like this I look at two things and they are return on investment (ROI) and how long it will take to get that return.
If I invest $800 or let's say $2400 in three months and it ends up helping me to bring in $5000, $10,000 or more in a reasonable amount of time then I would be crazy not to do it.
The program has a great guarantee. You can try it until after they have their first live seminar (if you can't attend they will send you the dvd's) and at that time you feel you wonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t get a good ROI they will give you all of your money back.
I joined Ewin Chia's $1500 coaching club and for me (taking into account my existing knowledge and background) it didn't appear that it would provide a good return on investment so I cancelled and received a full refund.
Something that really intrigued me about the StomperNetwork is that we will all be a network, promoting each other's stuff and linking to each other's sites (if related). For example let's say 25 or 50 of us wanted to focus on different aspects of a certain small niche, as a group we could easily dominate that niche. Interesting concept, but we'll see how it plays out.
It's a very expensive program. Is it over priced? Probably, but that remains to be seen. One other thing about spending so much money, it makes you really take the program seriously and give it your full effort. Another thing is Brad & Andy MUST continue to produce in a big way each month otherwise people will be dropping out like flies at that price.
Ok, the last thing, I met Brad in person a few weeks ago at The Internet Marketing Main Event in Baltimore, MD. I feel he's the real deal, very down to earth, extremely knowledgeable and all around nice guy. A lot of gurus can DO, but most are not so good at teaching others. I believe Brad and Andy will do this right.
I think I just resold myself LOL,
PS I'll let you all know in a few weeks what I think about the program whether I love it or I'm going to dump it.
PSS Out of all the programs I've joined throughout the years I feel Affilorama offers the best value for the low membership fee Mark is charging.