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One Week Marketing – Any Sales Yet?

Well I think it was a day or two ago that I finished all of my One Week Marketing tasks and was a little disgusted about the stuff I am now reading that I need to go back and redo a different way. But I logged in today and here’s what I discovered:

31 Responses to “One Week Marketing – Any Sales Yet?”

  • Mitch says:

    Congrats on the sale. Should be interesting to see what you have to say about it three months down the line. Although, as you said, if you can create it and forget it and still make money, I guess that’s not so bad.

    • Tiffany says:

      Yeah I don’t know yet what the rest of her system tells me about set n forget versus continually working on it. She says that I should be starting a new campaign next week for something else. I won’t be doing this.

      What I WILL be doing is working on a new system for affiliate marketing taking everything I’ve learned into consideration and putting it into my own step by step heavily detailed guide.

  • Leonard says:

    Can you say WINNER!!! not her program but the thought of you putting together a detailed affiliate marketing guide.
    Congrats on the sale Tiff.

  • Hi Tiff I agree with ya on the “not too good for newbies” statement, I also have to say that I have even tried to ask Jenny about OWM from within an affiliate forum that we both belong to but to no avail!

    I suppose that I’m not important enough for her to speak to yet ! lol well such is life keep up the great work Tiff

  • Fran Civile says:

    Hi Tiff,
    Your beardie blog looks really good! did it get the sale or your Squidoo lense?

    I would like to know more about the clipmark thing you mention… would you mind saying something about it please?

    Fran

    • Tiffany says:

      See I don’t know but it’s all a part of the OWM system so either way I don’t care lol. They all cross promote one another too. You can check out clipmarks.com and watch the video here: http://clipmarks.com/learn-more/ it’s very short and just shows you exactly what it does there. I don’t know if it’s getting any traffic anywhere but I like it. LOL

  • Isobel says:

    Hi Tiff, great detailed review and I really look forward to your guide. I like Jennifer’s writing style but I also found OWM hard going and difficult to follow.

    Affiliate Buddy, your comment about not being “important enough” for Jennifer to speak to is uncalled-for IMO. I have no connection with her other than having bought OWN and being a member of what I assume is the same forum you mention, but she’s well known for really going the extra mile to help people out there when she has the time.

    However, that’s not the place to ask her for support for her own product. She has a separate email address for that which almost certainly gets priority over someone else’s forum.

    I just think it’s unfair to attribute a meaning to her (or anyone’s) actions to make her look bad, when you have no idea whether it’s true or not.

    • Tiffany says:

      Hi Isobel!

      I agree about it being difficult to follow. In regards to Affiliate Buddy’s comments, I like everyone to share their personal experiences with marketers. It’s important to show everything because then you can determine for yourself if you feel more people have problems or positive experiences. Even I mentioned I was confused because somewhere in OWM I’m specifically told NOT to email her, but then I’m given an email address. For him, his experience was true – he tried interacting and got no response, so it wasn’t a slam per se, just relaying his own experience. I’ve stated that many people are rabid fans of how well she interacts, while some have emailed me saying they got no reply. So it’s vital that we hear it all – the good, the bad and the not so popular ;)
      Tiff

  • Anthony says:

    Thanks, Tiffany, for taking the time to work through the process and give an honest assessment. I started with your product, Social Networking on Squidoo, and am still learning and having fun with it. As an IM newbie, I greatly appreciate the step by step process you provide in your guide. I read Jennifer’s blog and enjoy it and I’ve thought that OWM might be a good step for me to take next, but only after I get a little more Internet savvy. I see now, that if I do take that step, it might be a good idea to review the entire system and work out my own list of steps to take in order to implement it. That was something I really liked about your guide. I’d rather jump in and learn the mechanics of doing something first and then find out the “why am I doing this” later. I do have to say though, that your mention in another posting of a new, all-encompassing product has me intrigued and I may just bide my time until you release that one. Congrats on the sale and have a great week.

  • John Bump says:

    Tiffany,

    Thanks so much for the daily updates.
    I was READY to buy this OWM, as I thought and heard it was a great product, but I am inbetween newbie and medium marketer, so everything you said has already worked for me. Just watching Jennifer and her free videos, with another 100 hours of everyone else secrets being sent to my email, I got ranked 4th on Googles first page in 2 weeks, with a few special LONG TAIL keyword phrases, after spending $100 in PPC ads that didn’t pull ONE sale!Of course, I am marketing a very heavily advertised service,with MANY affiliates, so it was tough, but it worked, and this is my 4th one.Organic Search works as long as you are diligent in submitting to get ranking.

    Anyone who hasn’t had their first sale yet, but needs a guide to follow, should buy OWM, and combine it with watching Jennifers site and yours

    Good luck,

    JB

  • Poppie says:

    Thanks Tiff,
    I like some of the nuggets mentioned, especially autopilot income…yeahy!

    I think the hardest thing for a newbie, is to know how to stop oggling the lollies in the lolly shop…(in USA you’d say…candy store!).

    There seems so many systems that will work & do work, but grabbing bits & pieces from all systems around just makes you frustrated.

    Big lesson I’m just learning!
    Kindest,
    Poppie

  • Claudia says:

    Hi Tiffany,

    I’m not going to get this product because otherwise i will suffer from information over load. I’m happy with the information I got from you as far as Squidoo goes. Otherwise i will have serious information overload and then I do nothing.

  • Grateful Al says:

    Thank you so very much again for all you do -and will do.

    I’ll be awaiting the work you plan do Ms. Dow. Compiling all of your profound knowledge and this experience into a step-by-step guide.

    “A Dummies Handbook For Internet Success”? (just send my check to …) lol

  • Isobel says:

    Hi Tiffany :)

    I think it’s great that people share all their experiences of a product or a marketer and I agree that that’s important.

    What I was commenting on (and I guess objecting to) was Affiliate Buddy’s assuming the motive behind Jennifer’s lack of reply: “I suppose that I’m not important enough for her to speak to yet !lol”

    I have no idea why she didn’t reply, and presumably neither does he. Sure, he could be right – manybe he’s NOT important enough! :P Or maybe she doesn’t log into that forum very often, or she didn’t get the PM for some reason, or she did reply and he didn’t get it or … you see what I mean? It’s so easy to slam someone for no reason when we can just as easily give them the benefit of the doubt.

    Why NOT think positively? :) lol

    • Tiffany says:

      Ah I gotcha but that’s a typical feeling people get when they’re ignored. I get emails if someone’s download doesn’t get to them right away that I’m a thief LOL and then 5 seconds later a follow up OOPS, sorry email.

  • moses says:

    so it’s been 6 months. how are things going now with one week marketer? just found your site.

  • moses says:

    I’m not new to marketing just not good, lol. I have a little experience with internet marketing but no real success. So if you followed her 52 week plan you could actually create consistent 3 to 4 figure monthly income?

    • Tiffany says:

      Hey Moses! I picked a very low cost product and the funny thing is, I answered that question yesterday and then logged in and I’d made another beardie sale! LOL Never have made a tangible sale but I have made 3 sales in June, 2 in July and 1 this month.

  • moses says:

    That’s good results from one product and a hands off approach. Do you think its scalable? Meaning adding a product a week until you get enough products to make it worth using. You can probably see that I’m looking for some guidance/advice here. LOL.

  • tacos says:

    If OWM is as mixed as lot of people say, how come it has a low refund rate on CB? If you didn’t go through the program all the way, is it really fair to slam it?

    • Tiffany says:

      Well I did personally but yes, it’s fair to slam it IMO. Why? Because if it’s the organization that confuses you (and I’m more experienced so I could decipher and work my way through it), then it’s ok to refund. Why low? Most people don’t refund. They chalk it up to lesson learned and go gripe about it elsewhere.

  • tacos says:

    Someone said it’s more less Potpiegirl’s version of Bum Marketing from Travis Sego. Do you think it’s better for someone to do BM instead since it’s much easier to follow if you’re starting out?

  • Next to nothing much to comment, just think you are carrying out a great job.

  • julian says:

    i’ve been using OWM for a while now, and im sorry that i am so late on this…but i would like to give my personal experience with it.
    this was the first “use the steps i use” system i ever bought. Before i was just doing things i could find for free online. so, since i knew a little bit about everything, owm put the pieces into place for me. so, to me, its was worth it. have i made sales? yes i have, not a ton, but i have made sales.
    here recently i have started working on physical products from amazon, but i havent made a sale yet. Its ironic, and pretty cool, that i have put so little effort into doing owm and made clickbank sales, yet i put a lot of effort into selling physical products (making real websites and stuff like that) and havent made a sale yet.
    i am starting to wonder if the owm methods will still work with all this new google stuff going around, maybe someone should slap google, haha..
    be good and good luck to all!!

  • Dawn says:

    Congrats on your sale. I’m anxious to know how things are going for you now. I have wondered and been interested in OWM and abt a week from buying it.

    Thanks for this and I will be following your progress as well! Good luck

  • shaun says:

    Hello everyone,

    I just came across this blog when looking up sites for what peoples experiences has been like with Jeniffers OWM program. All I have to say is that “If you can follow her steps and use your deligence to find decent keywords and go after them like she says, It will WORK!!

    My personal tesimony-

    Back in October 2009 I bought this program from Jennifer and started to build my first few campaigns. For me finding time to do everthing that is said in her guide was a challenge. Although I did for one campaign. But the rest of them all are half done. Yes even to this date. Shame on me…ha ha lol. But guess what guys, these half done campaigns are still making me money every month! GO FIGURE! I am really amazed to see these abandoned sniper lenses working for me EVERY month.

    So for all those trying hard to make her system work, my adivce – “Try to keep up with all the steps mentioned in OWM” and you WILL SEE THE RESULTS!!

    Good Luck to all
    Shaun

  • Brenda says:

    I read your whole review. It was very detailed. I do know a very little bit about affiliate marketing. I was looking for a program that would help break down the steps to have a successful affiliate marketing campaign. I’m not sure now if own is it. Is there another step by step guide you would recommend about how to set them up in an optimized way for a beginner? I was also wondering about the domain you had to buy. Was the cost just for the domain or did it include any hosting fees? And did she recommend a certain company as if she was an affiliate?

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