Alex Jeffereys Course

Students Up To No Good ?

Alex Jeffreys Course and his mentoring program are very much praised. But what are Alex Jeffreys students up to? Generally they are the most helpful and hard working talented bunch and great friends to be with. But right now they are not impressing me that much.

What’s wrong? They came up with this tag game in which when you get tagged it makes you quite busy and perhaps uncomfortable. You have to make a post about yourself in which you must reveal 25 things about you. Well, I got tagged today and that’s why I’m writing this post.

Of course I don’t have to participate but I could never disappoint my friends from Alex Jeffreys Classroom. They are very dear to me and especially Gazzman who came up with this. And Gazzman aka Gary Simpson is extremely helpful. Petra Weiss is the one who tagged me and she is also very helpful. I’d love to name all my friends from Alex’s students like Paul Hooper who are giving selflessly but there are a several hundreds of them.

OK, I admit I may be stalling a bit here. So let’s get right to the 25 points.

25 Points You May Want To Know About Vance Sova

I’m going to be very selective here as this is the internet and it will be accessible everywhere forever. That being said I’ll be honest.

1) I have always liked the truth and honesty. That has made me some great friends and some enemies. The friendships tend to be everlasting while the enmities not returned fizzle out.

2) I have a great partner who is so much better than me in so many ways. She is a great human being that contributes heavily to the world being a better and kinder place.

3) I love cats now as much as I love dogs. I used to prefer dogs but came to appreciate cats for their independent spirit.

4) I don’t like living in the past which seems to be a preferred mode of being for so many. Each day is a new day, brand new and should not be tainted with yesterdays. It doesn’t harm to keep the good things but dwelling too much on them can sacrifice today as well.

5) I’ve been called a philosopher in my teens. That doesn’t mean that I haven’t done some unwise things.

6) I like to travel everywhere. If I had to name favorites it would be Greek Islands, parts of Japan and Kauai. I haven’t been everywhere though and mostly I like wherever I am at the time.

7) I find that thinking too much is not good. An example would be a game of tennis. The body does its thing beautifully. Too much thought tends to sabotage it.

8) Right, I like to play tennis. Not that I play it every day or that I’m really good at it but it is the best game I know of as far as sports go. You can boo me later in comments if you want. I stopped playing contact sports because I want to remain in one piece.

9) Swimming in the ocean or a lake or a clean river is what I find the most relaxing and enjoyable activity.

10) I wanted to be a writer-reporter as soon as I learned how to read.

11) I wanted to be an astronomer.

12) At times I don’t mind being not too modest and detest false modesty. By that I mean if I’m good at something I don’t keep saying that I’m not, especially if somebody else points it out.

13) I used to play badminton and between the ages of 10 and eleven I won a game against an adult player. That made me incredibly proud and the man humbled and crying. He beat me in another game 1 or 2 weeks later. I think he was a better player but underestimated me in the first game on my home turf.

14) Isn’t this crazy, 25 points about me? Anyway have to go on. Up to 4th grade I thought I couldn’t sing. But it was because I never really tried, being too shy. The teacher in that grade gave me a mild praise when I made a small attempt to sing at one class and I ended up singing in a choir at a wedding the next year.

15) I love to sing. Most people think I sing well.

16) I love to play the guitar.

17) I love to play the guitar and sing at the same time.

18) I love to play the guitar and harmonica at the same time and sing in between.

19) I’m aware that few of the above points could have been put together but on the other hand some of the points above these points may have been too long. I like to compensate for overdoing something and compensate for overcompensation.

20) I don’t smoke. I did smoke for about 9 years but quit a long time ago, cold turkey.

21) I drink only occasionally at modestly. Beer and wine not at the same time and exceptionally a whiskey or rum or brandy if I have to due to some important celebration.

22) I like to go for walks, especially on the beach.

23) I love AWeber. I really mean this and notice that there is no affiliate link here. I’m just linking to my other post. I’d love it if you check it out.

24) I love Alex Jeffreys list building e-book and mentoring and teaching methods. I normally don’t like people who say things like that because half the time they don’t really mean it. I really, really mean it.

25) I love Alex Jeffreys Students because they are so helpful, all of them that I’m aware of. That is the only reason why I would ever be willing to write publicly 25 points about myself. The 25 points about Vance Sova are all true and nothing but the truth. I wonder, what are Alex Jeffreys students up to next?

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Alex Jeffreys nixes the gurus game. “I’m giving up the gurus game” he says in his latest post and video from his wedding. This could be a punishing shock to the large host of his followers. Read on to find out more.

Alex Jeffreys is without a doubt one of the brightest newest and fastest rising stars that have ever appeared in the internet marketing sky. His followers are growing in numbers faster than those of virtually any of the so called internet marketing gurus.

Why on earth then would he want to give up the game that has brought him hundreds of thousands of dollars in the last few months? Has he gone mad or is there something crafty behind his decision?

Certainly Alex Jeffreys was never the typical guru who enjoys the limelight and being called a guru. Did he get fed up with being called a guru by his eager followers?

Many of us know the story of Buddha who insisted in saying that he was no guru. And he meant it wholeheartedly. But what did the crowds do, especially after he was no longer around? They built temples to worship him.

Does Alex Jeffreys want to disassociate himself from his followers and students by saying that he is out of the gurus game? Certainly nobody is about to build a temple and worship him.

The last time I checked Alex likes to help people. So perhaps he just wants to do things differently than the typical marketing guru. He has been doing that since I learned about his coaching course Marketing With Alex.

What I think is happening is that Alex Jeffreys wants to emphasize the fact that he does things differently. He truly does care about his students and followers. He’s not done with them once a coaching program ends. This is a fact.

So Alex J. may just be trying to let it be known outside his circle of followers and students that the regular internet marketing gurus game is not his game and that he is fundamentally different.

I certainly hope that this is so. It would indeed be a great loss if Alex Jeffreys decided to leave the internet marketing coaching scene and an even greater loss if he stopped making his products available to everyone who needs them.

Right now the whole thing is still up in the air. But at least for the next few weeks Alex will still be around. In fact he posted a video on his blog with an invitation to comment on it and receive a chance to participate in a live webinar with him where he will spill out the beans. There is only room for 0ne thousand people in the webinar. It may not take a long time for it to fill up.

I for one want to find out his secrets before he potentially disappears from the scene of being a great and readily available teacher of internet marketing. Be it as it may whatever the form of Alex’s giving up the gurus game takes it will happen.

I believe that whatever Alex says and announces has a significant meaning. There is something significant in the statement Alex Jeffreys Nixes Gurus Game.

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List building steps are numerous. Step 1 is very crucial and fundamental. In order to be able to build a mailing list, to collect targeted e-mails, you will need to create an opt in box or form. To create an opt-in form you will need to get an autoresponder. The very best autoresponder service with unparalleled support that Alex Jeffreys, Vance Sova, Brian G Johnson, Marlon Sanders and the vast majority of successful internet marketers love is AWeber. I have never experienced a better service and customer support for any service or product. AWeber people make you feel like royalty and are extremely helpful.

Get Started Today For Only $1! – AWeber Communications

Another well known and apparently good company is GetResponse. You can look at both of them and any other you may find and then make your choice. Whichever company you choose, please make sure it is a good and reliable one. The two names mentioned are definitely the best.

What Kind Of Autoresponder You Don’t Want To Have:

I would strongly advise against using a free autoresponder. I’ve never used one myself but those who have say they were plagued by advertisements on it. So it really is not free and the service is nothing to rave about.

What you never want to do is to buy a cheap autoresponder of your own and put it on your server. (I’ve read pages offering such autoresponders claiming to save you money. But when I checked the links leading to the offer it was clear that they themselves used AWeber). Should you have your own autoresponder of this kind you will have to set it up yourself and maintain it. In case your server gets shut down you will be left with nothing and will have to start all over again.

What Kind Of Autoresponder You Want To Have:

What you do want is a reliable service and ease of use. You don’t need more headaches.

You want the kind of autoresponder that actually gets your e-mails delivered. With a lot of spam these days much of e-mail is filtered out as spam. Using reputable companies like AWeber and GetResponse that insist on double opt-ins will ensure that your mailings are reliably delivered.

I chose AWeber and I’m as happy as a clam.

You can do the same or you may want to use GetResponse if you like.

What I know about AWeber is this:

They will send you a physical, snail mail welcome letter with contact information. They will send you a welcome e-mail offering free webinars. They have instructional videos on how to do everything once you log in. They will most likely phone you to ask you if you need anything and giving you a toll free phone number to call in case you need help. Their help is live, real people you can talk to, no machines.

With this kind of service you won’t even need me to tell you how to use and set up the whole automated system.

I have participated in one free webinar by AWeber (they have many ) and I watched several of their instructional videos. I tend to be slow at times and having all these tools available feels like heaven. For smarter people it is sufficient if they just follow the set up wizard AWeber has.

In case you haven’t noticed, I now have an opt in box on this blog. (I have set it up by following the AWeber instructions). It is located towards the top of the page on the right side. If you haven’t done so already, please check it out and opt in to get the masterful free e-book “List Building With Alex Jeffreys”. That’s right, the list building wizard and my mentor Alex Jeffreys created it himself and it is a must read book. Alex’s approach is very unique and outrageously successful.

I hope that you have enjoyed this post on list building steps, step 1 – get autoresponder.


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Build a list. Building a targeted email opt in list is what we need to do first. I have started to focus on this because having a mailing list is definitely the backbone of any successful business online or off-line. That’s the bottom line. Learn how to build your mailing list now. If you want to be successful on the internet then you need to focus on list building at the very start.

What exactly is a mailing list and how would people join yours? The kind of list you want to build is sometimes called targeted email list, opt-in list, responsive email list or permission e-mail list. Generally it goes by the simple name of mailing list.

People who become part of it join of their own accord and will have given you the right to e-mail them information in which they are interested. They indicate their area of interest by giving you contact information on your particular subject page. You need to have a so called squeeze page, a page with an opt-in box where you ask people to enter their name and e-mail address. When they do they have now given you a permission to send them emails.

You start from zero and people will opt in one by one until you have a large mailing list ready to receive your information and offers. That’s how you build your business. The people who join your list are already interested in what you have to say and will expect information from you. They are your targeted prospects. You don’t need to worry about being accused of spamming them. They actually want to hear more from you.

I can attest to this from my own experience being on someone else’s mailing list. When I didn’t receive any e-mail from them for a couple of months I actually sent this person a message asking if they were still around. Wouldn’t you love to have prospects like me on your mailing list?

Some of the prospects will then buy from you and now you will have a start to a customer list of hot prospects for your next offer or product. You’ll find that your list will start to be forming according to your prospects interests. You can then create sub-lists on different subjects which you’ll be able to use for even more and closely targeted mailings. That way you will be sending your prospects information on what they are most interested in and thus they’ll be most likely to buy.

I’m just starting to build my own list now. I’m no expert but I’m learning from one. Alex Jeffreys who is my mentor has built targeted lists this way and he has tens of thousands of people on them. Every time he sends an email he makes thousands of dollars.

I’m lucky to be learning list building with Alex Jeffreys. You can join me in this exciting process and build your own list as I am building mine. The course that I follow and study from, in addition to Alex’s mentoring and coaching, called List Building With Alex is absolutely the best value ever. When I say this you have to trust me. Anybody who knows me knows that I don’t exactly give praise easily. But when I do, it really is deserved. I’d been searching for months within the courses I already bought and online everywhere. There is nothing out there like this above mentioned course.

I want you to stick with me to continue observing and learning from my journey. You will learn exactly what I’m learning as you go with me step by step.

So how do we actually go about building a mailing list from scratch, from nothing, from zero? Don’t let the zero, zilch and nada worry you. Everybody started and has been there at one time. And that includes all the gurus and Alex Jeffreys himself. He insists on this and says it often. You and I are where they used to be. At zero or very close to it. Once it becomes one, two, ten, twenty, a hundred it will grow faster and faster almost on autopilot.

The money is in the list and we have to be focusing big time on list building. As Alex Jeffreys says, it doesn’t have to be perfect just get going. Prepare for this, act on it and you’ll meet success. The key is not to get overwhelmed. Start from the beginning.

I can tell you from experience that not staying focused on the basics will leave you exhausted, overworked, underpaid and frustrated. Buying different and multiple courses to find all the information you think you need will not get you where you want to be. There is a lot of noise in the internet marketing world and if you don’t know where to start like I did it will overwhelm you.

In the next post installment I’ll write about what I learned and applied regarding the first list building steps and how you can do the same. I hope that you and I agree that we need to start to build a list, targeted email opt in list, the mailing list.

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