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[Question]Cost of making a WSO?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by jumba, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. jumba

    jumba Newbie

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    Hey BHW, I have been a lurker for a little while, but decided to join. :)

    Anyways, I am wondering what the total cost of creating a WSO is.

    So you need a War Room membership: $37
    WSO Pro (I think) : idk how much, I think about: $20
    And then finally the cost of a WSO once it is approved: $40

    So are there any other payments needed to launch a WSO? Right now that is about $100. Am I wrong? Please tell me. Thanks.


    Also, it costs money to "bump" a WSO thread. Do any of you just pay someone to bump it for you by making a post that looks legitimate, but in reality is just a bump?

    Thanks everyone!
     
  2. Stupid Smurf

    Stupid Smurf Regular Member

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    Search on WSO, you can buy a $1 version of Pro. You only pay the other $19 (I believe) after you have made $40.

    But yes, you need WR and you need to pay to post the WSO. That's $77. You don't need WSO Pro, but it makes it much easier, especially having an affililate program and having a system set up for selling.
    Hahaha.. no. The WF is a BIG rip off. You must pay $40 to bump it. Any posts or replies in your thread, does not bump it. It stays where it is, when it reaches the 3rd page you can pay to bump it by pushing a button. You get charged $40 and your thread goes to the top.

    I think that in itself is a huge scam. I luckily made money from the WSO I posted, but I went the unique and something new that would make money approach, so I didn't get as many sales as the respun crap that sells like hot cakes.

    I'm not bitter about that forum at all. Just one mod there is a total D-bag, which turned me off them. :D
     
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  3. extremephp

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    nvm...
     
  4. jumba

    jumba Newbie

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    $40 for a bump... wow.
    Thanks though for your answer. I will end up getting pro because of the perks.
     
  5. thedudelady

    thedudelady Registered Member

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    When you post you WSO don't forget to post here on the DOWNLOAD's section for freeeeee with no bumping fees
     
  6. Stupid Smurf

    Stupid Smurf Regular Member

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    Yeah, I think $40 is excessive to rebump it. You paid $40 to post it! If it was $10, sure, why not, but for everyone new to selling, many people lose money their first time.

    Pro is definitely good for the perks. Got some sales from affiliates I wouldn't have had without it. Only drawback is it only uses paypal and some people can't use paypal, so won't be able to buy it.