02 May 10 10:25 am
Wow! There are so many different opinions and items of software that it can all be so confusing.
My partner and I were getting bogged down in running around trying to compare all types of software and programs. My goodness, procrastination was a major downfall for us.
I read a post entitled, '4 terrible procrastination excuses made by affiliates', on the Affilorama Blog. A part of it reads:
"I really can't afford to pay for Great Recommended Product Pro ... what are your thoughts on Super Affiliate Product?
Imagine someone has recommended a product or a service provider to achieve a certain task, but it costs a little bit of money, so you're looking for other options. Let me ask you this: How much time are you spending trawling around the internet researching? What could you have achieved in the amount of time it took you to investigate these alternatives?
If your objection to a software is purely financial, try to think about your time in dollar terms. If you spend three hours researching web design software, and then a day waiting for a reply to your question on a forum about the web design software... how much is that time worth? How far behind does that put you?
I'm not advocating that you go out and spend money at the drop of a hat, but try to keep things in perspective. If your alternatives involve lots of time spent researching, then lots of time spent doing things manually, or figuring out a completely different way to do something... then it might not be worth the bother."
Food for thought: Mark earns millions each year working as an affiliate marketer... He has worked in this line of business for what? over five years now? If you combine his experience with the experience of his team how many years of experience is that? What is the total wealth of knowledge? He is in constant one-on-one communication with fellow marketing gurus with whom he discusses new products, comparing them with the old, and techniques. Add that to the total wealth of experience. He and his team have trialled many of the products and I would think most of the techniques out there.
Mark has already helped his father, cousins, friends and many others become financially independent and, in some cases, make it rich.
With that in mind, should we accept the advice that we have paid for and follow it, or should we continue to debate the pros and cons and still not find an answer to our questions for ourselves?
I was raised not to trust strangers but I wake up each morning and tell myself unless Mark really upsets me I'm staying on his ship. I'm not ready to jump yet. ;)
So come on Mark, give us the answers and keep up the good work team!!!