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jimbuteyn
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The Master Plan

Hi,

I'm currently going through the free lessons, working my way to the Blueprint. I just finished reading the interview with Charles Heflin regarding his ebook, The Master Plan. It does seem to me that as I'm learning this everyone has something to sell me along the way so I'm being very selective with what I buy and when I buy it. (Especially since I blew $600.00 with another outfit who promised me the sun, moon and the stars)
My question is how can a system that was written in 2007 still be effective in 2013, especially given all the changes that Google and others have gone through since then. Or, is it not effective in today's market?

Thanks,
Jim
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sheikh.ovais
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Hi jim!

I'm just applying the same strategy here as you, you're right every one here is trying to sell his own product promising that its the best thing you can get, i just got confused while watching those Guru Views. hope you'll find the better one for yourself.

Good Luck!
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jimbuteyn
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Sheik,

This site is not near as bad as many I've looked at and real difference I see here is very good information. I have dabbled in this before since I created a website for my current business and it took a lot of searching for me to find out many things they have in the free lessons. Also, another difference is you can either do every thing manually or purchase tools here that make it easier. I'm starting at the bottom and working my way up. For example, I won't even consider PPC at this point. I don't know enough about it at this point and could lose too much money. I'll start with a blueprint, get it earning some revenue, then create another and also a third site. As the sites earn money, I will then invest in the bigger, better toys to increase and move up to the next level. You have to learn to crawl, before you can walk, before you can run and having run a successful business for over 25 years I also know there are learning curves and you have to work at it; it won't happen on it's own and no one is going to hand you anything. I must say that I sent support an email on a question I had and heard back from them in less than 24 hours.

Best of luck to you!
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sheikh.ovais
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Absolutely! there is no doubt that Affilorama is the best of the best and in my opinion it can be considered as the "oxford" for learning and understanding IM, you can get a huge amount of valuable information here for paying nothing! and if you pay a reasonable amount you can learn and get even more with affiloblueprint and their other products. I also had the same experience with their support department they really respond very quick.
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jimbuteyn wrote:Hi,

I'm currently going through the free lessons, working my way to the Blueprint. I just finished reading the interview with Charles Heflin regarding his ebook, The Master Plan. It does seem to me that as I'm learning this everyone has something to sell me along the way so I'm being very selective with what I buy and when I buy it. (Especially since I blew $600.00 with another outfit who promised me the sun, moon and the stars)
My question is how can a system that was written in 2007 still be effective in 2013, especially given all the changes that Google and others have gone through since then. Or, is it not effective in today's market?

Thanks,
Jim


The system may still work, but it will not be as effective, because there have been several major changes in search engines over the years. It gives one a background of how things are set up, and you can follow the same thing, and modify only the link building and SEO methods, as those are the ones that have undergone much change over the years.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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Hi Jim,

I have to agree with Cecille. The Free Lessons may not be updated but still the same strategy is applied until now and you just need to do few minor changes to update the lessons.

That is also why we have the Blog section-> http://www.affilorama.com/blog to inform users of the updated and latest strategies and information on SEO, PPC, and everything about affiliate marketing.

I hope that helps!

Mary
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Yes marytordecilla and cecille.l is right time to time google rolled out some algorithms. .
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As fast as things change in the internet there can really be no system that can have everything however as long as the principles are sound and you do everything correctly and not try to get over on anything meaning do everything white hat many systems will work fine and as the staff members here have said the blog will give you many of the up to date things. Often sites don't update some things because the page is ranking very well and people are worried about losing there ranking by adding stuff even if it is good stuff. Sometimes it just doesn't make sense what the search engines do, I had a site on page one position one for a few keywords and I added some really good stuff and I went back to position 2. I thought the new stuff was really good and that I would get back up to P 1 but after a couple months I didn't so I took out the new stuff and I went back to P 1, It didn't make sense to me because we are always told content is King and adding good content makes things better but sometimes it doesn't and we just don't know why.
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mark schaaf wrote:As fast as things change in the internet there can really be no system that can have everything however as long as the principles are sound and you do everything correctly and not try to get over on anything meaning do everything white hat many systems will work fine and as the staff members here have said the blog will give you many of the up to date things. Often sites don't update some things because the page is ranking very well and people are worried about losing there ranking by adding stuff even if it is good stuff. Sometimes it just doesn't make sense what the search engines do, I had a site on page one position one for a few keywords and I added some really good stuff and I went back to position 2. I thought the new stuff was really good and that I would get back up to P 1 but after a couple months I didn't so I took out the new stuff and I went back to P 1, It didn't make sense to me because we are always told content is King and adding good content makes things better but sometimes it doesn't and we just don't know why.


Hi Mark,

I know that feeling when you thought that you did the right thing but you fell out of ranking after doing what you thought is right. Well yes search engines still make a lot of mistakes. Unfortunately quality sites are also affected by this.

That is why I suggest you find ways to get direct visits and not depend much on Google for traffic.

Mary
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It didn't make sense to me because we are always told content is King and adding good content makes things better but sometimes it doesn't and we just don't know why.


Content is still king, in a way, since you need it to fill your site up and attract users/readers. But when you think about it, these days, it's all about what users like. If you put out content that they like and share on other sites, then search engines will smile down on your site. If you put out content that nobody notices, well... it's as good as nothing. So, it's not really the content that rules, but the users.

SEO is really trial and error. If something does not work, then try another method. Since adding new content negatively affected the ranking for your page, you can revert to the old article, then write a new article containing all that good stuff, and link the old article on it.

Have a good day!
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