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  1. #81
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    Any idea when the Elite Membership will reopen? I hate that I missed out

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    Cindy,
    It won't be long! Keep your eye open for an announcement soon. In the meantime, let us know if you have any questions. We'll be happy to have you join us!
    ~Angie~

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  3. #83
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    Awe... thanks for the reply, Angie! I'll definitely keep my eye open for the announcement.

  4. #84
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    Hi, I am considering the Elite membership (I have been watching for it to come back and it has!). Because I am not making money yet it is a little steep for my price range (and I would still gladly pay, I just have a hubby to contend with ).
    If the price is too much, say three months down the line, can you cancel (I saw a 30 day guarantee, but no further cancelation info)?
    Also can you download the webinars to play them back later on, say an iPhone?

    JBird85

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    JBird,
    Great to hear that you are considering joining the elite group. I totally understand the issue with spending money if you're not making any yet but you need to come in ready to get to work. The elite group isn't fluff, we all work to grow our businesses and you can take your business from start to profit if you work at it.

    You may cancel your membership at any time! And yes all webinars both regular Tues. SSWT webinars and Thurs. elite webinars can be downloaded for play back (bonus to elite members only of course). You get the option of mp3, pdf and/or full multimedia replay.

    Happy to answer any other questions you might have.
    ~Angie~

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    I am the one who originally started this thread - and after nearly a year, I can say with 100% certainty - if you are on the fence - DO IT!!

    Really. It is that good.

    I recently added a post to my blog about it (Lynn - if this is inappropriate, I apologize. I hope this is okay to post here - my point in posting it is to share a real life example of what an IMMEDIATE impact joining this forum had for me).

    At any rate - here it is: http://www.webcopyresults.com/2010/0...news-with-you/

    I do have affiliate links in that post - meaning I'll earn a commission if you sign up through them. Honestly, I don't care if you do or don't in this case. I just wanted to add my two cents as someone who debated joining - and am still here nearly a year later (and have NO plans on going anywhere).
    Trish Nichols
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    Quote Originally Posted by Engage View Post
    I trust you to be running a good membership site, whether I'm a member or not. I don't have to see it to believe it.

    I'm happy with that plan, hope you are too.
    The private brainstorming group is more of a community than a membership site. It's not your typical "content drip" but rather a collaborative effort. While there is a lot of exclusive content, it is also very much a brainstorming & accountability group.

    Elite Members can invite new people in (when it's open), and that changes the dynamic of their community. So we all take responsibility in the evolution of it as a group. It would seem unfair to tax the group by allowing people on the outside to refer new members, but not take part in the work that goes into it.

    It's the only way I know to maintain the value, and the integrity of the group.
    Lynn Terry
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    Great post Danielle,

    I just joined the elite forum and there is soooooooooooooo much to read and learn there.

    It is like a college education in IM

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    I agree...great group...and yes, like a college education. Tons to learn, but great information shared sometimes better than your own family may share. It's not about being private here, but going public -- ask and you shall receive. Great leadership: Lynn and Angie...we are covered on all basis...Lynn shares her years of wisdom without holding back ever.

    carol

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    Wow! It's hard to believe its been a full year since I started this thread.

    I didn't hesitate long before I joined... I figured if it wasn't the right fit for me, I could always cancel later... 12 months later, I can honestly say that I would never think about canceling my membership.

    The Elite group membership has been a HUGE resource for me - I've met people here who have become real-life connections for me as I continue to build my online business.

    Plus, I can't tell you how many times I've logged in and gotten great advice and practical how-to tips on whatever I was working on at that moment. (The technical pointers alone more than pay for the cost of membership - I've learned everything thing here from how to work with the File Manager in my web hosting cPanel to different ways to redirect affiliate links in order to improve click-thru rates).

    In short - this is a GREAT resource and I am really glad I found it!
    Trish Nichols
    KitchenPLR.com
    Feed Your Blog

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