What is behind Dean Holland’s iPro?

So, I did it. I paid 2.000 bucks for an affiliate program, Dean Holland’s iPro. What is behind it? Well, it is a complete funnel of products that starts with low priced products from $4.95 for a 4 Gigabyte USB stick with a video about the dirty affiliate secret (The Secret is:  You need to earn from the backend products of a funnel too, to really make profit as an affiliate and not only to barely break even) up to the most expensive product, the one time membership fee for iPro, which is sold for $5.000. If you invest in the latter, then you can make up to $2.500 commission per sale, if people buy through your link. I “only” paid for the $2k one time fee membership, so the maximum amount single commission I can make is $1.000.

You have to send traffic to the funnel yourself. All I did until now is mail out twice to my list of around 500 not very responsive subscribers, got about two click-throughs, but no signup or sale. It is up to you how you generate the traffic. Once someone signs up through your link, Dean Holland’s team follows up with them, from email messages up to a consulting phone call for the actual iPro membership.

Once in iPro, there are two websites you get access to. The first is one where you generate your affiliate links and the second is the actual iPro learning area, where you find lots and lots of education videos about making profit with iPro. You mainly sell products you yourself had to buy to get the iPro membership plus a quite few more. You don’t need to buy every single product from the funnel, you may even get a direct link to the membership as I give you below. There is also a members only Facebook group and about three live webinars every week, for example “Motivation Monday”. Up to now, I have never attended a webinar, but they seem to be good.

So, that’s about iPro. If you are still interested and want to do me a favor, you can buy through me. So if you want to start at the beginning of the funnel, just click here. Otherwise, If you directly want to buy iPro for 2.000 bucks click here. You may also sign up for email updates here on the page, so you will get my marketing emails I send out from time to time. Just click on “Free Weekly Expert Training on How to Make Money!” near the header.

Thank you.

Pascal Parvex out.

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Clickbank Income

I today realised that I made over fifty Dollars with Clickbank in the last few weeks. I haven’t been checking my income there for those few weeks, and bam, I got some income. What I really like about Clickbank is that your money gets deposited straight to your bank account. This was really passive money earning, as I did nothing the last few months to earn those Dollars. I live in Switzerland, so I got 52.85 CHF deposited, as I saw in my online banking. One seems to be a rebill, which is really great. If you want to know how I made the money, click here.

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I would not recommend “Bring the Fresh” anymore

UPDATE: Bring the Fresh has been closed down. I instead recommend Google Sniper:
http://gohereforyour.info/googlesniper

ORIGINAL POSTING:
I like the presentation video of Kelly Felix’ “Bring the Fresh”, but as I have begun to read his Quick Start Guide again, I learn that he tells you to hide your real identity on the link pages that refer to your main money website from Google. And I don’t think that should be necessary to make money online.

Because how I recently read on the Warrior Forum, Google hasn’t changed a little bit. They just got better at making sure hat only the best of the best information is top ranked in the search results. Sure, you can try to game the system, but you should not do it because of ethics and because Google and other search engines will adapt to it sooner or later.

Maybe Kelly Felix’ new *The Rich Jerk 2.0″ will be different. But I doubt I will be able to afford to test it.

Pascal out.

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