No, I have organic traffic on some of my sites now. I just do ads at first to get started, if I land a client right away. I am building out some higher ticket sites that are going to take a little longer to rank right now, but I'm not running ads to them.
Hey, I'm 18 and really interested in this program and have heard amazing things. I have a question about what the beginning of the course teaches you. I have no experience in this field at all or in how to run a business. Can I come into this program never having made a website before or done any online work? Is everything you're going to need to know in this program? (so they teach you step by step how to go through every process?)No, I have organic traffic on some of my sites now. I just do ads at first to get started, if I land a client right away. I am building out some higher ticket sites that are going to take a little longer to rank right now, but I'm not running ads to them.
I am skeptical about such courses because they always have people coming in and saying how good the course is, give updates for month or 2 and then poof they disappear forever (not saying that OP is one of them). Same for what's happening on reddit. It's just like they paid someone to do an ad for them for 2 months and then contract ends and no more posting.Been a while. Any updates?
They wanted to sell it to me for $7800.It costs about $5000.
I had a call with them and I was extremely disappointed with the sales person. I actually tried to figure out a way to get out of the call ASAP - it was that bad. Not pushy - just very disinterested in selling from the get go. Even a 10 year old running a lemonade stand can sell better.
If you want to make money you have to get good at things you don't necessarily like doing.But what I do want to know is if you need to cold call clients because that is one of the things I hate doing. I read that during the first few months up to a year, you will be losing money on the systems you set up, domains etc and that you very likely would need to cold call clients to get business.
Fully agree on your first point. That's where practice makes perfect comes in.If you want to make money you have to get good at things you don't necessarily like doing.
Last time I read up on local lead generation it was saying it's an overcrowded marketplace. Good to see someone making progress/money, assuming the OP is legit and not just advertising...
But after a month or 2 those people all went silent.
I was told that not many people do local lead gen and the market wasn't saturated.
Gonna talk with a concrete contractor on Friday. Looking at his market, I'm thinking either a 10% commission deal or $3,000 a month.
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