Well, it’s taken me since June 12 to write the follow up to my previous post. It shows a lot about my buying mentallity rather than the selling. This sort of scenario is stopping me and lot’s like me from moving on in the IM world. This sort of behaviour needs to stop. One way is to start unsubscribing from some of those Marketers. That will be my next step. Keep the one’s that really help you. I will now show you some of the products I have bought over the last 3 plus years. Let’s see how many I come up with. They’re not in any order of purchase.

Product Development Control: This product shows you how to create the best products over and over. This was created by John Thornhill & Dan Sumner, two very highly regarded Marketers. I have yet to finish watching all the videos. In fact I only watched two. When will I get time?

Prints Make Profit: This is one of my favourites. As the title suggest this books shows you how to make an income on eBay by taking pages out of old books. That is something I now do. It’s going well, not making a fortune but earning little bits here and there.

Print Sorcery: Another favourite. Once I read the above book I watched the videos from Print Sorcery.  Seven videos to watch showing step by step on how to source the books needed and how to mount them and onto eBay. This was worth the money. The above book and the videos all produced by Stuart Turnbull.

Public Domain Treasure Hunter: This product is by Debra Conrad. Another excellent product. If you’re  interested in creating products or for that matter wanting to know books that are not copy righted this will be for you. Tons of information.

How Was 2009 For You: This is not a product but a post from John Thornhill’s Blog on how he did in that year. John is very successful online and has helped me in the past. All of the products mentioned I have either bought or given as a bonus.

Free Monthly Websites: Yes, a Freebie. Each month you receive a free website, with articles, and an eBook. All you have to do is buy a domain and upload. You should however, make it unique to yourself as much as possible. You can upgrade, will cost you $10pm and you get three different sites etc with different subjects.

Your Software Website: Your very own software website already fully loaded. All you need is to buy a domain name of your choice and drive traffic to it.

Well people, I have a lot more products that I have purchased. many still in their “packaging” so to speak. Like I said I have spent a lot of $$$$ on these products. Only buy if you are going to use them. Use your $$$$ wisely. Concentrate on one thing at a time and you will move on.

If you concentrate on affiliate marketing and you are on someone’s list you can market their products without having to buy the product.

Thaat’s it for now. I’ll try and post more regular, I promise it won’t be three months. Might even have a new theme by then.


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