Real Life Case Studies of MOBE Licensees

MOBE stands for My Online Business Empire. It is the brainchild of my friend Matt Lloyd. Matt showed me MOBE during the ThinkTank 2012 mastermind in San Diego, and I was so impressed with Matt and his system, I became a MOBE Licensee. A MOBE license gives you the right to resell MOBE products and earn up to 90% commission on them. This is unheard of in the industry.

I made over $20,000 in my first month as a MOBE Licensee. One of the great things about the system is I don’t have to do any selling. I just drove the leads and the MOBE sales team followed up to closed the deal. Just for driving leads, I get up to 90% of the money!

I’m not the only one who’s raking in the money with MOBE. You can check out more case studies here. Many of the case studies are not super affiliates, but are just normal everyday people that you’ll be able to relate with.

For new or experienced Internet marketers looking for a turnkey solution to make money online, MOBE is a great system. With MOBE, you don’t have to worry about the product or sales funnel creation. It’s all done for you. And when you’re getting 90% commission, why would you want to spend the thousands (sometimes tens of thousands) it takes to create a new product? MOBE has over a dozen products, ranging in price from free to $15,000, that you can make money on. You don’t just get paid on the front end sales either. You get paid on all the backend sales as well. This is very important because the backend is where the big money is made.

To find out more about being a MOBE Licensee, scroll to the bottom of the case studies page and click the link. If you become a licensee, we can party it up at the upcoming MOBE mastermind retreat in Fiji. I’m really looking forward to that!


13 thoughts on “Real Life Case Studies of MOBE Licensees”

  1. ZK says:

    wow, looks like an awesome passive income online opportunity. there are tons of case studies on the above page that lends trust to the system…time for some Ka Ching $$

  2. This type of system would be good for a newbie.

    All you have to do is refer new people, who can’t do that?

    Another example of what making money online is all about, taking advantage of opportunities.

    1. Pari man says:

      How naive is that eh?

  3. faisal says:

    Interesting case studies indeed.

  4. Erwin says:

    Hi everyone,

    nice offer and who knows maybe I will join the party soon.

    Thanks for shareing.

    All the best

    Erwin

  5. Hassaan Khan says:

    Sounds interesting. If John is writing about MOBE, then there is something in it.

    1. John Chow says:

      I’m not just writing about it. I’m a MOBE licensee! 🙂

      1. Hassaan Khan says:

        🙂 Great! I need to do more research and If I will be able to make a content strategy about MOBE products, then I will surely start work on it. John if you want to email me personally about MOBE to say something you are more than Welcome…. hassaan[at]bloggingmatters[dot]net

  6. Whitney says:

    20,000 in your first month? that’s not too shabby at all

  7. Jason James says:

    Interesting idea. Creating a product and giving a 90% commission incentive.

  8. sapna says:

    Hi John

    I think if you are recommending something, it should be great.

    Thanks for that

    sapna

  9. B-man says:

    Pay $2000 for the right to sell someone’s digital products? And then you have to spend big bucks for a Pay Per Click Campaign or other online ads to market and advertise the products? What a concept!

    You can call it a “license fee” but I call it “pay to become a salesperson!”

    1. John Chow says:

      You’re not a salesperson. MOBE has their own sales teams. Your job is to drive leads only. As for the license fee, there is nothing unusual about it. How much would it cost you to create a dozen products from zero to $15,000? How much would it cost you to set up a phone sales team? How much to set up all the marketing and sales funnels? Those stuff cost money to develop and that’s what the fee is for.

      As to the question why doesn’t Matt sell it himself and keep all the money if this is so profitable? If Subway and McDonalds are so profitable, then why do they sell franchises (with UPFRONT fees far higher than $1997) to cut other people in on their deal? The answer is scale. Could Subway had become the biggest restaurant chain in the world without licensing their system? Maybe, but I doubt it.

      Matt can market MOBE himself and keep all the money but combine his marketing with 100’s of other licensees and the business expands a lot faster. The combine effort is why MOBE made $315,000 last month and will do over $500,000 this month.

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