Ian Bentley is the former founder at Autotropolis, which was acquired for twenty million. He is now focused on helping digital agencies escape the red ocean. Want him to install the proven systems and automations they used to build an eight figure company? And go from struggling solopreneur to at least a seven figure agency owner yourself? If so, Ian says he’s your guy. Can you trust him? Let’s find out. Scroll down for my Pivot and Scale review.
Mike Nelson will teach you how to start your own T-shirt business that replaces your nine-to-five income. And you can do it without purchasing any expensive printing equipment or buying a bunch of inventory up front. In the past few years Mike claims he’s personally sold over fifty-three thousand tee shirts, generating over one-point-two million dollars in the process. Even better, sales and fulfillment were almost entirely passive. Skeptical? Me too. Read on for my 9to5 Dropouts review.
Aleric Heck can show you how to build a profitable YouTube channel in your spare time. One that could earn you as much as ten or even twenty K a month or more. You can grow it organically or speed up the process by spending just five or ten bucks a day on YouTube discovery ads; your choice. Either way, as your audience snowballs, you can profit at least seven different ways, according to Mr. Omnipresent. Read on for my AdOutreach review.
John Crestani says stop going to college. Quit your job. After spending four years at a university and working ten different nine-to-fives, he was dead broke. So don’t listen to your parents, friends, teachers, or the media when they tell you to go to school, get a good job, work your way up. It’s a sinister little lie. If you want mansions, Lambos, luxury vacations with your bearded bros, ten thousand dollar days like him? There’s a better way. Read on for my John Crestani review.
Jason Wardrop has a stupid simple marketing business that makes him almost twenty-six grand per month. You can copy it in under ten minutes. And while you might not make as much as him, he believes it’s the number one way for beginners to go from zero to at least five K a month online. More if you want. And you can do it in just three easy steps. Sound too good to be true? I agree, but let’s hear what he has to say. My Software Founders System course review begins below.
Bashar J Katou can show you how to achieve the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in Amazon entrepreneurship. Specifically, he’ll teach you how to find profitable products you can sell on Amazon without wasting hours on research and due diligence; how to leapfrog your products to the first page of Amazon search results, which is where ninety-nine-point-nine percent of sales occur; and how to automate the entire business so you never have to touch a single thing. Skeptical? Same. Scroll down for my BJK University review.
Shawn Moore and his wife Teresa were selling super high-end resort properties back in 2008. They were making big money. Living lavish. About to close on a new mansion in Newport Beach. When, out of nowhere, the owner of the resort they were selling for got indicted on securities charges. Feds came in and shut everything down overnight. Including their paychecks. Shawn was thirty at the time, and he was spending every dollar he made. So when his income dried up, it was devastating.
Nate Armstrong can show you how to profit off of real estate with nothing more than a Facebook account. No bandit signs, no direct mail, cold calling, or sucking up to brokers. And yet, you can have a wave of sellers coming to you, begging you to help them with their property. You don’t need experience, a real estate license, lots of money, or even good credit. And you can do it all from home. Skeptical? Me too, but let’s hear him out. Scroll down for my Social Media Blueprint review.
Tony “The Closer” Robinson was raised in Philadelphia by a single mom who worked two jobs to provide for them. As he got older he began getting into trouble. So, around age twelve, he was sent to live with his father in The Tar Heel State. Tony’s dad was in the military and took zero crap. He made Tony channel his energy into something positive: football. Tony went on to become a college All American. But when the NFL draft rolled around, his name didn’t get called.
Andrew Pabia was born in Columbus, Georgia. He was a horrible student and always in trouble with the law. He had worked twenty different jobs by the age of seventeen. That’s also the age he and his then-girlfriend-now-wife had their first child together. Struggling to provide for his young family, Andrew dropped out of college, quit his job, and decided to build a digital marketing agency. He went door-to-door trying to sell his services but all he heard were nos.
Justin Woll loves his Audi R8, his dog, his Two Comma Club awards, and posting pictures of all of them to sell you into his ecommerce university, BeyondSixFigures. It’s the most consistently successful ecom mentoring program in the industry, he says. They’ve spent millions of dollars on ads to ensure their systems are battle-tested and proven. They update their training often to keep you on the cutting-edge. But can he really take you from ecom noob to six figures and beyond? Read this review to find out.
Brent Kocal is one intense dude. He wakes up at four thirty-five every morning. Hits the gym by five. Measures the amount of coconut milk he puts in his protein shakes. Weighs his chicken breasts. Yep, he’s that guy. He reads at least two or three new books a month. Meditates forty minutes a day. Relentlessly chips away at what matters most in his business. Does date night with his wife twice a week; and one with each kid once a week.
Luke Max Voigt will teach you how to get ten to fifteen new sales opportunities per week using a simple cold email automation strategy. The same one he used to land his first thirty clients and produce nearly fifty-six grand for his boutique marketing agency. So what are the steps? And what do you write in these emails? How do you avoid the spam folder? Can you really do deals this way? Read on for my Luke Voigt review.
Aaron James is running an ad saying how he gets eighty to ninety business owner leads every month on autopilot without complicated funnels or ad spend. Hmm. So he’s a hypocrite then? And what’s this so-called super lesson Gary Vee taught him that ninety-seven percent of digital marketers don’t know about? Or the two things all six figure agency owners have present in their business that the strugglers do not? Scroll down for my Agencypreneur review.
Kate McShea has been helping network marketers grow their business for over a decade now. She believes the industry is finally ready to embrace social media and the internet as a primary way to build your downline. She recommends you do so using attraction marketing. Which isn’t about a Facebook post, a marketing funnel, or the way you brand yourself. Rather, it’s a philosophy: value over everything. To see how you turn that into money, scroll down for my Kate McShea review.