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Old 02-20-2010, 12:40 PM
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Default If you're new here and feel the forum isn't active enough...

Click on the the link to the last page of each forum, and start reading all the old posts. Most of the information is still relevant. This is what I did, and I've just scratched the surface while also getting real value from my membership dollars. It's given me fuel to get moving and keep going, given me invaluable information, kept my mind focused, and helped me realize many questions I needed to ask.

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If all of us who aren't veterans here yet read the older stuff, ask questions, and keep posting the interesting things we learn ourselves, we'll keep the forum decently active and learn a lot in the process.

Tip: If you read a post by somebody who seems to know their stuff, click their name and search for the rest of their posts to find more of the same.
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Old 02-20-2010, 09:28 PM
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Good advice. I'm not sure why people join, but never contribute. But I guess they feel that's the best way.

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Great tip,

the first impression was also: wow, kinda old data. But I read through almost every post in the main section and every success story, and it seems that the info is quite relevant even though slightly older.

Correct me if I am wrong. Or better, what do you think are the most signficant changes/ development within the CPV industry in the last 12 to 24 monhts?


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Old 03-02-2010, 12:08 AM
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Biggest change is more sites popping up trying to teach it. Most are guys who were members here.



It's not a complicated traffic source.
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Old 03-03-2010, 12:28 AM
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I read through almost every post in the main section and every success story, and it seems that the info is quite relevant even though slightly older.

Correct me if I am wrong. Or better, what do you think are the most signficant changes/ development within the CPV industry in the last 12 to 24 monhts?
I believe the information here to still be pertinent.

For me, it seems the only difference now is that there is more competition lately. I've seen that before, whenever a new cpv program is heavily marketed (or when a bunch of people are forced out of Google).

When people find out it does take some skill, patience and a few dollars, many get out after a while.

For those that exercise patience and test a lot, the rewards are very good.

Not to sound too philosophical... just like everything in life, there are challenges and then there are rewards and so on back and forth.

Another difference now is that there are more CPV networks -- and more marketing opportunities as such.

-Aaron
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Old 03-10-2010, 03:59 PM
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Originally Posted by cpv-coach View Post
Biggest change is more sites popping up trying to teach it. Most are guys who were members here.



It's not a complicated traffic source.
Found this to be true. Many of the previous members who contributed the good stuff have moved on. I've tried contacting them for "how is it going now?" questions, with no responses. One guy gave a great tutorial/example, and offered a free tool here. When I tried it, I found out it had been closed up in a membership site now.

Hence, most new members will also get the feeling of standing on the dock watching the boat leave the harbor.
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Old 03-10-2010, 05:32 PM
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Many of the previous members who contributed the good stuff have moved on.
Some have moved on, some went quiet. Some people you never hear from on the forum. And some got really busy either with CPV or with other things they learned.

I stay in contact with many... and it sounds like things are good, as many are still doing something related to internet marketing.

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Old 03-13-2010, 12:29 AM
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It's funny the guys who posted free stuff here did so just to get members on their lists then later started membership sites when they charged for it.
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