The Three Internet Marketing Courses/Products I'm Thinking Of Testing
I mean, one at a time, of course - I can't do all three at the same time LOL
John Crestani's Internet Jetset - I've shared this a couple of times with you of how I chanced on his video ad on YouTube. I went through his webinar, and the main approach is video reviews and FaceBook ads to get traffic. Right now, I'm not keen on that approach, but I am not striking it off yet.
Mark Ling's AffilioJetpack - he provides 18 proven/classic niches where he will build for you up to 5 websites based on the 18 niches, installs 100+ autoresponder per website (good for about a year) and writes keyword-rich articles for those websites too. Lots of good reviews and fantastic that I can outsource from the get-go, but my question was that it's dated 2014...so is the techniques etc outdated yet (but if those 18 proven niches are "classic" then they shouldn't be outdated right)
Google Sniper - building laser-targeted Google-friendly niche affiliate websites that gets free traffic from Google. This is the one that I resonate most because I like passive and recurring leads, and I get to learn a hard skill that I can replicate again and again.
Right now, I lean more towards Google Sniper and AffiloJetPack (moreso Google Sniper) and will likely purchase either one. I sent an email enquiry to Jeff Lenney for his input, so I'm going to wait to see what he advises first before I make the next move.
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