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Anyone heard of "rpmblueprint"?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by silverfox1, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. silverfox1

    silverfox1 Newbie

    Jan 8, 2010
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    Received some info about a product creation/traffic generation from a Lisa Diane called RPMBlueprint...
    Anyone heard of it, used it, and have any success?
  2. wizzyman

    wizzyman Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Nov 19, 2008
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    I was about to ask the same thing! My only concern was: the introductory video of that lady speaking was kinda freaky! she sounds psychotic!

  3. jaguarslug

    jaguarslug BANNED BANNED

    Dec 29, 2009
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    Hmm.. Never heard of it before.. Can you give us the link of the sales page?
  4. bdwishes

    bdwishes Newbie

    Apr 4, 2009
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    I found a couple of url's for Lisa Diane - they appear to lead back to the same video. Any additional info or advice concerning this Rapid Profit Method or RPM Blueprint by Lisa Diane would be appreciated.






    I also found an interesting post about her at the following page regarding her Millionaire Training Course:


    The post that I was the most informative is quoted below.

    " http://www.scam.com/member.php?u=92036 [​IMG]
    Junior Member
    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Posts: 2

    Re: Lisa Diane from Millionaire Training Course
    I bought Lisa Diane's Millionaire Training Course and here are my thoughts and here's why I thought it was a good deal (ESPECIALLY if you are new to internet marketing!)

    ...and let me preface here that I'm not new. I recognized the opportunity of
    1) Having a site and blog already set up for me
    2) All I have to do is drive traffic
    3) My leads get into Lisa Diane's marketing funnel (I have to do nothing...no autoresponder messages, no copywriting, no closing sales)...considering Lisa Diane has obviously become quite successful herself using her own system, why not piggy back on it?)
    4) I don't have to worry about anything technical (which scares a lot of new people away from internet marketing) - they do it all for you.
    5) The BEST part: large commissions.

    I got tired of little $21 Clickbank sales that trickle in and basically cover my hosting, domains and e-book addiction each month. With the Millionaire Training Course, commissions run anywhere from $11.25 on up to $1000. . .and there are few affiliate programs out there with $1000 commissions!

    (and since I sell cars for a living, "Big Hits" are the norm. . .finding an affiliate program that offers those kinds of hits, no matter where I work from, is awesome.)

    The MTC DVD's are great training tools - again, especially if you are a newbie. But I have to say that I still learned a lot about traffic generation. In fact, you get a Daily Planner of "here's what you need to do on Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, etc." which systematically puts your traffic generation efforts on steroids and then on autopilot.

    In a nutshell:

    If you are not new to internet marketing, the boon is getting into a master marketer's sales funnel with the opportunity to make an income online, not just a car payment.

    (and quite honestly, the whole thing is quite liberating to me because I'm actually having fun with this and haven't had to worry about ANYTHING on the backend - they do it for you. I get to write and blog and chat and be creative...and yes, in just 30 days of having fun with it - spending about 3 hours a week - there is a nice commission payment sitting on credit ready to hit my PayPal. It would have taken me two weeks just to get a site up and running and SEO'ed if I had done it myself...not to mention stacking my autoresponder with professionally copywritten messages, finding the products to sell, etc.)

    If you are new to internet marketing, there's nothing out there like this. It is "Online Business in a Box" with a very small learning curve. You WILL have to learn how to drive traffic (in which there is in-depth training provided) but the potential for return is quite unique.

    It's easy to drop $3K on "products" you have to connect the dots on to figure it out and then STILL have the backend to worry about. I'm sure I'm not the only one out there who's done so!

    With MTC, you can hit the ground running and have an opportunity to make real money.

    Put another way: I can spend $3000 on "parts" and try to put the car together. Eventually, if I try hard enough, buy enough technical manuals, make enough phone calls and maybe hire a person or two to help me, I just might get to drive the car. Might be a month, six months, a year...

    Or, I can spend $3K on a car that's already put together. All I have to do is turn the key.

    ...Just adding my $.62!


    Here is another link for info about here "BOA" program:


    I still don't know quite what to make of her or her offer. Any insights or advice?