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rocketdropshipper
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31 Jan 09 05:09:57 am
Im totally bummed I missed out on this offer!!! Any one know when Tim Godfrey,Steven Clayton and Dave Hermanson plan on re-opening there site?
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bevsey123
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31 Jan 09 05:24:40 am
I don't know. I got the email about it and it was a limited offer. Many people would of purchased and are doing it so probably not a niche anymore!

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31 Jan 09 05:41:00 am
I know they are goin to open again it just when. From what I remember reading- The way they market their niches and what not no to ideas or product are ever the same. So the feild cannot become saturated. Anyways, all we can do is hope and wait!LOL!

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bevsey123
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31 Jan 09 05:49:14 am
It did look quite interesting however not something I would be interested in doing, however if Jimmy was endorsing it, must be pretty good.

Also have not heard any complaints yet!

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singapore101
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31 Jan 09 04:40:24 pm
Theirs another company that has the same products and for great prices.

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rocketdropshipper
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1 Feb 09 06:47:46 am
You know a name for the company you are referin to singapore101?

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1 Feb 09 06:58:38 am
Sorry i didnt mean to post that.I meant same website as Protectorsofselfdefense.com

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1 Feb 09 07:01:09 am
nicheblueprintexclusive.com i dont know what it even is.Is it a affiliate program where you buy and the top people make all the money and you make nothing?

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1 Feb 09 11:38:40 am
Pretty Much! Although better than 'Want to get rich selling iPods!'

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1 Feb 09 05:37:24 pm
Sorry, I don't care who backs it. Its looks like the biggest bunch of BS I have seen.

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bevsey123
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2 Feb 09 08:06:42 am
Well don't buy it then.

Stop complaining on every post and focus on offering some sound advice.

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tina4re
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4 Feb 09 06:45:47 pm
Where does someone start to buy to resell on Ebay do you guys have any ideas, I am a newby stay at home mom that needs help. (and Money :)

T

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4 Feb 09 06:51:10 pm
Well don't buy it then.

Stop complaining on every post and focus on offering some sound advice.



How about instead of trying to find some 'pie in the sky' to riches that leads to nowhere and takes your money with nothing in exchange, you guys use some basic principles of commerce.

I complain because I see absurdity in this post thread. When people start talking
about MLM, it usually means there are a bunch of lazies looking for a handout.

MLM principles do not work in the long run and usually leave 99% of the members with less money in their pocket than when they started.

Commerce is providing a product or service that people want at a price they are willing to pay-period.

All this other nonsense is a complete waste of time and money. So when I see crap like this I speak out and quite frankly, I don't give a sh@t what anyone says.

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4 Feb 09 06:57:30 pm
Where does someone start to buy to resell on Ebay do you guys have any ideas, I am a newby stay at home mom that needs help. (and Money :)

T



Well this company is certainly not the way to go, thats for sure.

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5 Feb 09 02:28:17 am
HI, I am one of the LUCKY ones that did in fact get into Nichblueprint and I will tell you that after 5 years of trying everything out there THIS IS THE REAL DEAL, it is NOT MLM, it is one on one training thru video moduals, followed with pdf's and live web-n-ars to get you into an online Niche store front, one that will receive traffic and sales and will put you on page 1 of Google search with GREAT tools to see first hand what is being searched and what isn't. I would have paid twice the price, this program in my personal opinion can put anyone into a successful online business within a span of just a few short months as long as you follow their directions. If your tired of chasing rainbows and are ready for success I would sign up for their waiting list and get into this program when it opens up again.

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HI, I am one of the LUCKY ones that did in fact get into Nichblueprint and I will tell you that after 5 years of trying everything out there THIS IS THE REAL DEAL, it is NOT MLM, it is one on one training thru video moduals, followed with pdf's and live web-n-ars to get you into an online Niche store front, one that will receive traffic and sales and will put you on page 1 of Google search with GREAT tools to see first hand what is being searched and what isn't. I would have paid twice the price, this program in my personal opinion can put anyone into a successful online business within a span of just a few short months as long as you follow their directions. If your tired of chasing rainbows and are ready for success I would sign up for their waiting list and get into this program when it opens up again.


Tell me another one.

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See folks, this is why you do some basic research. Another company hiding behind another.

They aren't even willing to give out their contact info. This proxy company has hid some other scammers I have come across from members of this forum.

So lets see. this company for a 'fee' will tell what are the niche products and you will make all kinds of money after you follow their program. They will also give you the key words for Google so you can get to the top of the search engines. All for a fee!

You know how to get to the top of google search. Research! and trial and error. Oh and some money. Thats how you do it!

You find out which words are used least by your competitors but are still a high search term by buyers.

Not giving some stupid company money to tell you what you can find out in a day of research on your own.

There are many free ebooks that explain this in detail.

By the way proudmom5, moduals is spelled modules and web n ars is spelled webinars-Short for Web-based seminar, a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted over the Web.

You should know this if you are doing it.

Sorry guys but this company and its 'followers' is a path to nowhere and more lost money down the tubes. We are in a tough enough economy and don't need to be throwing money away on this junk.

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5 Feb 09 01:15:51 pm
Try seo elite

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6 Feb 09 04:42:52 am
That post sounded like a total shill from proudmom5 so I can understand the response from Planes.

I did make it into the program and I agree with some of Planes statements. I also have some info for you that will hopefully come across a little more clearly than proudmom5's attempt.

The guys are legit; they created Commission Blueprint based on ppc, click bank style of affiliate marketing. Niche Blueprint is their second product/course that focuses on identifying and setting up a niche store. Here is the community forum which includes Niche Blueprint as well: Link hidden: Login to view The niche blueprint forum is locked for NB member only but the Commission Blueprint stuff is wide open so take a look. It's a great community much like the one here at Salehoo with successful people who genuinely want to help ie: fudjj, jimmy, planes, singapore, etc. I haven’t tried commission blueprint, but based on the success of the folks on the forum, some of those methods are incorporated in Niche Blueprint.

I was skeptical at first and since I’m new to e-commerce, I wanted to do my due diligence and make sure I didn't plunk down x dollars for nothing. I dug and dug and all of the NB sites were shill sites from Commission Blue print folks pimping out Niche Blueprint (even the “NB Sucks” sites.) When I stumbled upon their hidden classroom via a link on the 20th page of Google search results (posted above), I trolled around there for a few days and seen that they have a really good community, much like the one we have here, except they are geared towards affiliate marketing and niche marketing.

Planes, I have to tell you that you are right 'You find out which words are used least by your competitors but are still a high search term by buyers.' that's it in a nutshell. So why pay for this? Well, if you're new like me, you can spend days, weeks months digging for information from an endless amount of sources that may or may not be credible. Information Paralysis.

These guys (Steve Clayton (New Jersey) Tim Godfrey (London) [see pbmissions.com (train horn niche)] have a proven track record and practice what they preach. So I jumped on board and I’m having fun learning new and useful things that I can use in other areas even in the wholesale and liquidation world.

My journey and take away so far is this:
1. Research and identify a niche: I'm using Market Samurai ($149) no affiliate via the program but you can do this for free and they tell you that and show you how.
2. Locate a drop shipper (they also have a private drop ship directory 'drop ship blueprint') like Salehoo but more refined (cleaned up) and mention Salehoo in a positive light but no shills for any lists or sites.
3. Set up a domain ($9.99) get web hosting with an SSL ($14.99)

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6 Feb 09 08:59:34 pm
This junk comes around every so often.

They are spamming this board and all the other boards I visit.

Think about it for a second.

Lets say you are making hundreds of thousands of dollars in niche product marketing and getting your products listed at the top of Google search.

Maybe your making millions.

Now after amassing all of this priceless data your now going to take time away from your business and start a company showing people how to do it.

Nope! Wouldn't you really be protecting your business and having fun with all the money your making?

OK I visited the link and then commissionblueprint.

I suggest everyone else visit it themselves. Just another BS scheme to get your money.

Here are some outrageous excerpts.

'Very Simply... Within a few short months we were quickly and easily able to amass a million dollar fortune... sitting at the kitchen table!'

' We've been quietly flying under the radar making an immense fortune whilst the guru's deliver speeches about Internet Marketing...rather than making their living at it!'

'The secret Google tactics we use to cash in up to $125,000 per month in Clickbank checks... and how you can copy them and replicate our success.'

'An 'idiot proof' technique which spits out highly profitable campaigns that rake in unstoppable affiliate commissions like clockwork.'
So basically you can be a dumba$$ and make a fortune.

'How to 'Xray' the thousands of ClickBank products to determine which ones will generate millions and which will leave you flat broke.'
Break out the 3D glasses

There is a cycle that happens with these kinds of companies. They come out strong and set-up spoof members in different forums through AOL proxie which gives a different IP.

So, basically you set up about 10 user accounts on your desktop so the cookies are all different. Then you set up accounts in different forums and build up the hype with different and unique postings about how great the company is.

Usually started with has anyone heard of 'such and such'

You also get the naive folk who join in and cheerlead as well.

You do realize that only 100 members paying 77$ is already 7700 dollars right?

So if a scammer has to pay a membership here to get 10 people he is up about a 1000$ for a couple of posts. Or maybe the affiliates do it.

Plus monthly fees! You then catch and keep by stating a learning curve. Get them paying that monthly fee for as long as you can.

You can tell the real from the fake posts on the other boards I have visited.

Someone will offer real concern or bring something up and 5 other posters will immediately dispute what the original poster is saying and praise the company.

After the initial campaign they just feed the fire. My guess is these scam pull in about 100,000 to 1,000,000.

The best scams actually make people a little money which seems to be the case here. SO they get their initial costs and monthly fee covered. And their constantly mentored and told to work harder and try this and that.

Just think, 1000 recruits equals 77,000 minus app. 30,000 in affiliate commission. almost 50,000 in about a month.

Now lets say 50% stay on for the membership. 500X30 15,000 per month.

This is just from one month from starting the business.

Then you feed the fire until it dies.

These are all strategically designed schemes.

Heck I'm thinking of starting one myself.

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6 Feb 09 09:19:10 pm
And more.

Get rich quick schemes are one of the biggest money makers on the internet and have been in other media forever.

They are also one of the biggest on eBay too.

With a little search you can find some excellent forums where the pros go to share info about Google search.

Find your product first, design a website or have someone do it for you.

Then make it live!

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7 Feb 09 03:33:18 am
Good grief Planes, thanks for basically calling me an idiot that got scammed or a shill for nicheblueprint (i'm not sure which one you're saying i'm more of in this case.)

I agree, 100 percent of all of the niche blue print sites are shills by affiliates promising the same usual get rich schemes that any other IM marketer does like the ones you mentioned- but that's the affiliate making those claims. I'm not a fan of affiliate marketing and i'm not a person that could succeed at it based on some shady affiliate marketing techniques out there. I'm just not great at sales for products that don't sell themselves.

Even the Salehoo affiliate shills and their websites make Salehoo seem like the drop ship list paradise, even the 'salehoo sucks' sites eventually recommend this place down at the bottom of their pages with an affiliate link back here. A diligent person could find these suppliers in here on their own, so why pay for Salehoo? Eventually you find enough *hopefully* honest posts that make joining Salehoo worthwhile. Ooops, Surely I must have gotten scammed when I signed up here.

The shady techniques that affiliates use are usually to post on boards and forums and place backlinks back to the sales page or sales site either with cloaked links or some other hidden click method. All of the hyped quotes you posted in the post after me looks like something right off of those affiliate sites anyway and could also be found on other affiliate products as well and could easily apply to weight loss, better memory, herbal supplements, make money, etc .

But anyone that packages informations that's found for free and markets it to the public to make a buck is considered a scam? So that would also mean that the folks that get their oil changed are getting scammed because only an idiot would pay to have someone change their oil or even change a flat tire... why? because there are free videos that show how to change oil and tires on the internet plus it's something they teach in school for free. People are soooo stupid for paying for an oil and flat tire change, lousy sheep are getting scammed I suppose. I'll include myself as an idiot for getting my oil done at jiffy lube and using AAA when I get a road side flat.

Someone could easily join here, take all of the useful info here from the genuinely good posts and create a 'Wholesale and Droship Tips from ebay Pros' ebook and dump it on clickbank only to have affiliate fools make money for them. That would be a great scam. On that note, whats the motivation for these eBay power sellers to pass on their tips to people? Surely they could just keep mum and rake in the cash.

I will agree with your previous posts and very last post though. Hey, special thanks making me out to be a pusher of niche blueprint or a seminar poster, i'm far from that. The information is out there for free for people who have the time and wits to research that info. Would I recommend Niche Blueprint to anyone else... NO!

Do I regret my purchase? So-so, because it's one of those things that end up being 'Duh, I should have know this or figured it out later.' I will however state that the founders are real people that are selling information and none of those four folks have promised or control what their affiliates say or do, much like Salehoo doesn't stop their affiliate shills from making outrages claims on a mediocre, and sometimes dated, retailer filled drop ship directory.

Now, I wonder about the motives of the seemingly successful members of Salehoo that post here religiously shelling out advice. Some have said they have their own successful business(es) and yet they keep posting here when they should be on vacation, a trip, or whatever else profitable business folks do with time to kill, yet they end up here posting useful info for folks like me, what's their deal? I can understand Jimmy's motives because he's pushing PPWDG, yet he also makes useful and informative contributions like the other senior/master members do. However, now I have to examine future posts from these folks more carefully to find their hidden agenda.

In the end, I agree with your merits Planes, so I'll close this post with your own quote because it's only appropriate for anyone looking for the bottom line:

'With a little search you can find some excellent forums where the pros go to share info about Google search.

Find your product first, design a website or have someone do it for you.

Then make it live!'

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7 Feb 09 04:45:44 am
Plenty of agendas in this forum, just as there are in most others, but some of us enjoy helping out when and where we can just for the satisfaction of giving someone a break.

Having said that, I would like to see admin take more control of answering members questions when their posts are not simply related to suppliers.

It's just not that hard pointing out some suppliers from the directory!

There is a lot more to online selling that just providing suppliers, and seeing some advice posted in the forum from admin every now and then relating to other than supplier based inquiries, and not leaving it up to the paying members to help out would be nice!

You make a note about jimmy having a reason for posting because he is pushing ppwdg, jimmy is also the community manager here, and as the community manager it's incumbent on him to post and assist members where he can.

Right now with the current situation jimmy is not always online to assist, and if those of us more regular members who, as you say 'post religiously' stopped giving our time to help out where we can, members would quite simply not be getting half their inquiries answered!

Nothing wrong with being skeptical about any advice you receive, especially when it is given in an open forum environment such as this where no one has a clue what anyone's experience is behind the advice being handed out, but until this place gets its act together, members contributing as much as possible is what is keeping this place afloat!


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planes
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8 Feb 09 07:57:04 pm
The reason why someone has their oil changed or tires rotated by another is because it is a major pain in the butt to do. Yea, I can do it. But, I am willing to pay someone to do it and feel that 20$ is a fair exchange to keep my butt off the snow in 15 degree weather.

Its a tangible service.

You don't wonder if you are getting a real oil change or if some is pretending to know about oil changes.

About my opinion of you. I wasn't making an opinion about you personally. I think I was speaking in general terms and never called you out.
But I am more suspect of low post members who spend an hour putting together a very long post which is very well thought out on a self serving topic.

This does raise red flags with me.

I must admit I am jaded to some degree. I have seen so many GRQ schemes come and go and watched their campaigns. And then see the aftermath of people losing money.

I am more apt to err on the side of the consumer and I don't mind if I am proven wrong. As a matter of fact, this would be good, because then some good DD would have been done.

But I really hate to be treated like a moron or see other people as such which is what really ticks me off.

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