When promoting WA, experienced members obviously have more they can offer potential newbies to attract them, like their success stories, screenshots of impressive earnings etc. I'm interested to know how you worked around this when you were still new, i.e. the approach in your marketing messages when you didn't yet have evidence of your success since people would prefer to join those they know are being successful. Thanks.

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viyee Premium
Good question, I think WA is the internet business training platform with a price we can not get else where. They teach everything we need to learn, and how to apply it to our business correctly, that is the key. I think we all have different understandings and so outcomes from the training are also different. Plus there are competitors in business.
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MarkBa Premium
Thanks for the reply. You make good points.
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OldMCSEGuy Premium
Although I am experienced, I choose not to work for Kyle although I may generate much income for him. Therefore I do not directly promote WA.
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MarkBa Premium
Ok, Thanks for your perspective. So the income comes indirectly.
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OldMCSEGuy Premium
I have control of another area.
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speedking Premium
Mark, speaking as a novice, I think this is where good and well-researched content might come in handy as a life saver.......I am yet to find out, though. Take care, Johan.
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MarkBa Premium
Yeah I guess focusing on the value that WA offers which is huge and not on my inexperience. It's a different focus. Thanks Johan.
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Papa601 Premium
That's a good question. I've wrestled with that one myself but I really haven't found one negative thing since I've been here and the atmosphere is just so much different than anything I'm used to if I talk about it to anyone it's all good.
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MarkBa Premium
Great. Thanks for your input. I appreciate it.
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