Average Joe Income Package continued...

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by EEK, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. EEK

    EEK New Member

    [ Continued from: Has anyone made money with average-joe-income-package.com?? - Page 16 ]

    Hi Bill,

    I got the same call tonight!! They kept asking me what my credit card max was. I didn't tell them, and thought told them it wasn't really their business if they wanted to "help" me. Honestly, I haven't been consistent with the AJIP to make a positive or negative claim. I wrote two articles and got a lot of hits to read the articles, but no one had purchased anything. Anyways, I'm looking to create a website instead.

    As for that caller, I don't know why I need to shell out thousands of dollars when the package claims that i don't need to spend thousands to make money. Sounds kind of hypocritcal to me

    EEK
     
  2. 040107

    040107 Member

    I remembered talk of AJIP being sold awhile back. [​IMG]

    Does anyone if it happened?
     
  3. bandruss

    bandruss New Member

    Hi EEK,

    Thanks for your response and sharing your experience. I will continue to build my website and give it a shot.

    Thanks again,
    Bill.
     
  4. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    DO NOT give anyone your credit card number if they call over the phone! Also, if this is about "coaching", realize that a lot of people have lost money on coaching scams that were follow ups to products they purchased.

    Just visit http://ripoffreport.com and type in "coaching" - you will read about people who have lost THOUSANDS with these kinds of schemes.

    Having said all of this, if you are looking for coaching that is not a scam, you can get one on one coaching at Wealthy Affiliate - it WILL NOT cost you an arm and a leg (or your wallet either)...[​IMG]
     
  5. lil_Magic07

    lil_Magic07 New Member

    I tried to login to to AJIP and it said "error can't find website"!
    does anyone have Kris' email? and can I get my money back?
     
  6. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

  7. lil_Magic07

    lil_Magic07 New Member

    Has anyone recieved thier money back from AJIP??
     
  8. lil_Magic07

    lil_Magic07 New Member

    anybody still using it??
     
  9. lil_Magic07

    lil_Magic07 New Member

    21 Jan 2008 05:29 - Attached on merging:
    Calling out all Average Joers!!!

    Seriously. What Is Going On With The Website???
    Anybody logging on?
     
  10. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Just scroll down and you will have access to the membership materials.
     
  11. lil_Magic07

    lil_Magic07 New Member

    It's back on.....weird.[​IMG]
     
  12. mandy03

    mandy03 New Member

    Forums.mainemoms.com is interesting. Says that AJM is a scam. Listed tons of work at home scams. Wonder how they got there info.
    Also, does Kris still own AJM ?
     
  13. barryfromtexas

    barryfromtexas New Member

    I knew absolutely nothing about online business. I tried the AJIP and learned some basics. I set up a site and used Adwords. My first day I had $26 in sales [​IMG] - not even a full day. I spent about $3 on Adwords. So far so good - now to build...

    AJIP may not be great- but it did for me as advertised - got me started.
     
  14. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Quoting: mandy03Forums.mainemoms.com is interesting. Says that AJM is a scam. Listed tons of work at home scams.

    Average Joe is NOT a scam - a little over rated, but NOT a scam. Wealthy Affiliate is a lot better - goes into a lot more depth on things Average Joe just scratches the surface on.
     
  15. Dima

    Dima New Member

    Guys, I have indeed been tempted to try that AJIP myself, and I'm thankful to all who have posted replies on this thread thus far. Indeed, this "Average Joe" thing has positive feedback rather than negative.

    However.... I've tried sending an email (to the email address displayed in the FAQ page of that website). And guess what: It bounced back in nanoseconds!

    Also, viewing that the page rank of that page is a meagre 1, makes me sceptical about the success promised by "Average Joe". How can a page give tips about success on the internet, when it did not take care about its own 'self' by proper SEO etc, which raise the page rank?
     
  16. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Dima: Guys, I have indeed been tempted to try that AJIP myself, and I'm thankful to all who have posted replies on this thread thus far. Indeed, this "Average Joe" thing has positive feedback rather than negative.

    However.... I've tried sending an email (to the email address displayed in the FAQ page of that website). And guess what: It bounced back in nanoseconds!

    Also, viewing that the page rank of that page is a meagre 1, makes me sceptical about the success promised by "Average Joe". How can a page give tips about success on the internet, when it did not take care about its own 'self' by proper SEO etc, which raise the page rank?

    If you want to learn how to make money online, I would suggest Wealthy Affiiate, rather than Average Joe. The main reason why I respect Kris from Average Joe is because he is (or should I was, at least at one time) very responsive to emails when you asked him questions.

    I think that overall, the Average Joe Income Package offers information that is solid, but very basic, and considering it sells for $47 for the main ebooks, which you can read within about an hour, Wealthy Affiliate offers a much better return on your investment for what you pay for.
     
  17. tecken

    tecken New Member

    Hey I just go Average joe income package and I have a few questions because it isnt going so well at the moment [​IMG]

    I dont have any more money to spend is it better to write blogs or articles??

    Is it the quality or the quantity that is important?

    How much money can I expect to earn within a week??

    Thanks a lot for answers [​IMG]
     
  18. bandruss

    bandruss New Member

    Hi All,

    This is perhaps a stupid question and apologies ahead of time. I see so many products out there on clickbank and I am not familiar with many of those. For example I am into body building but am not familiar with the specific products available on clickbank in this regard. How do you guys promote these products? Do you simply read thro' the pitch page, understand and make an evaluation of the products and rate them?

    Kindly let me know.

    Many thanks,
    Bill.
     
  19. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    To answer your question, bandruss, if you have the money to spend, you buy them to review them. However, since a lot of people don't have the money to purchase Clickbank products to review them, you can look online for actual reviews of the products you are interested in promoting.

    Sometimes, you may not find actual reviews, or you run into "fake" reviews. What you can do in these situations is make a judgement call - I think most Clickbank products are very good, but there are a few to stay away from.

    For example, you probably won't have to worry about the "Bass Fishing Secrets" ebook being a scam. On the other hand, products that advertise how you can make "$546 In The Next Five Minutes" are the kinds of products you might want to stay away from.

    You can also check out the ripoffreport.com and do research on online forums to see if you can find people who have answered questions about a specific product - most forums that are not internet marketing related don't allow people to promote affiliate products in their signatures, so a person in a forum answering a specific question about a product is probably going to be a lot less biased than a person who is promoting something - not to say that you can't promote products that you beleive in. [​IMG]

    Well, I hope this helps!
     
  20. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    bandruss: This is perhaps a stupid question and apologies ahead of time. I see so many products out there on clickbank and I am not familiar with many of those. For example I am into body building but am not familiar with the specific products available on clickbank in this regard. How do you guys promote these products? Do you simply read thro' the pitch page, understand and make an evaluation of the products and rate them?

    This year I was looking for a few digital products to promote on my new parasite site. What I did was go through clickbank and chose a couple that looked like they were promising.

    I then emailed the owners of the products, told them I was considering promoting their product on my site and asked them if they would let me have access to the product for the purpose of review and to see if it would be a good fit.

    They were happy to give me a copy of the product for review. Perhaps you will have more success with this approach if you do have a site relating to the product rather than just hoping to market via articles, etc., but it's worth asking. All they can do is say no. [​IMG]

    Blessings,
    Angie
     

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