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Yaro*s Blog m@stermind

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by glasshalffull, Aug 8, 2008.

  1. glasshalffull

    glasshalffull Registered Member

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    Has anybody been a member of this? Curious as to what you think of it as I follow what he puts in his blog and he offers great info there.

    hxxp://w3.blog*mastermind*com/coaching/

    thanks
     
  2. markecky

    markecky Guest

    also interested in comments on this
     
  3. justthinking

    justthinking BANNED BANNED

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    Are you out of your mind? $500 to $1500? WTF! Is he going to teach you something that you can't get here for free? I would highly doubt it. There is not an easy way to do this. WORK!
     
  4. top1984

    top1984 Registered Member

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    I don't think the coach is worth the price. You can learn almost everything here for Absolutely FREE.
     
  5. MarketingMastery

    MarketingMastery Newbie

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    He got "who is who" promoting for him and yes I think it is all perceived value.
    As for me, I would said "No" (to pay for the program) At the end of the program (I assume but 100% sure), you still need to outline your blogging system, have a USP, great contents and build your relationship with your readers etc done all by yourself.

    Cheers,
    Zach
     
  6. smokes4life

    smokes4life Regular Member

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    I have heard an mp3 by him sometime back, and while he does know what he is talking about, there is no info that you can't get here. In fact you would get even more information. Like MarketingMastery said, the price is a perceived value. As Jay Abrahams once said at a seminar, "You are worth how much you think you are!" At the same time coaching is like hand holding/spoonfeeding. You pay that amount to him and you do not need to think very much, just follow the instructions. In the end, the value the you will learn will not be very much.