The Next Evolution In Online Marketing

I’m not usually a fan of webinars that are used to sell informational products. They always remind me of those As Seen On TV commercials where lots of free gifts are included with the sale.

Last week Jeremy Schoemaker announced the launch of his new product Affiliate Cash Tree. The product retails for a whopping $997 though you do seem to get a lot for your money (It’s sold out already).

I found the webinar that he used to sell the product very useful. In the webinar he talks about why we shouldn’t be taking all the risks for affiliate companies and talks extensively about how and why we should be building up our email lists so that we can target customers more effectively.

The video is around 36 minutes long. If you have time I encourage you to watch it – it may just change the way you think about making money online 🙂


Kevin Muldoon is a webmaster and blogger from Scotland who currently lives in South America. His current project is WordPress Mods; a blog which focuses on WordPress Themes, Plugins, Tutorials, News and Modifications.

31 thoughts on “The Next Evolution In Online Marketing”

  1. Goa Carnival says:

    36 minutes are too much, though I have bookmarked this page and will see this video on my weekends. 😉

    1. Unfortunately, 36 minutes as the above commentator says for a long time, I will also try to get some free time this weekend and see it.

    2. The 36 minutes video are lengthy , then interesting content sharing.

      1. Divya says:

        yes, i too hurry to know that. can u pls.

    3. If you want to learn than you need to invest that much time ….

      1. TV Rockstars says:

        Exactly. He must not want to be successful if he doesn’t want to take 35 minutes. It’s well worth it.

    4. PPC Ian says:

      Agreed. It’s long, going to try to watch it this weekend! Seems like a useful video.

      1. Erwin Miradi says:

        I agree. I don’t think I have 36 minutes to watch that now until next Monday. I’ll bookmark this one though.

        1. Now have I seen the video and it was really good and instructive.

  2. Video was great, this video in itself seemed to actually provide a ton of information. I can only imagine what the paid product has to offer…

  3. Dell says:

    36 Minutes….! Can you write a summary with this video?

  4. I like the concept of the idea John but it is a little to expensive for me.

  5. I would be interested in hearing a review from someone who actually bought it and has used it rather than someone who is being paid to promote the product.

    1. Aena says:

      Yes i do agree! Review is very important!

  6. iskandarX says:

    I have a free time then I’ll watching it right now.

  7. Paul B says:

    “I’m not usually a fan of…blah blah blah” – Unless of course it’s a chance to get in on some circle jerk commission action then I’m a fan of whatever the hell pays me the most.

    The Truth ^^^^^^^

  8. Could people please take the time to please re-read my post.This wasn’t a review.

    I am not being paid to promote the product and I have no intention of purchasing the product myself. It could be a great product, it could be terrible; I don’t know. Personally, I wouldn’t pay a thousands bucks for an informational product but that’s besides the point; this wasn’t what my post was about.

    What I was sharing with everyone was the video; which I thought was incredibly useful. Those of you who actually took the time to watch the video will understand why I wanted to share it with you all.

    1. Erwin Miradi says:

      I don’t know about what everyone else may think, but I really didn’t think it was a review. Because no one would review a product cost a thousand dollar with an article that short. By the way Kevin, I love your blog. I’m interested in knowing more about WordPress, I’ll be visiting your blog more.

      1. Thanks Erwin. Glad you like the site. I look forward to seeing you at the forums 🙂

  9. 36 minutes is quite some time. Will have to schedule it 🙂

  10. John’s blog always come up with the attractive title that for sure.

    1. PPC Ian says:

      That’s for sure. Makes it look like this video is a true “can’t miss”.

      1. Erwin Miradi says:

        Yeah that’s true. I’m not gonna miss the video though. I have bookmarked the page.

    2. Yes,blogger should have this skill.

  11. I have saw it already. Take a half past hour time to see.
    Someone may can’t wait to see the ending.

  12. I would like to love the above video which consists of 36 monts…

  13. fas says:

    How can a digital product be sold out?

    1. It’s a technique many marketers use; particularly those who offer support as part of their product. Limiting the number of people who can purchase a product makes it more exclusive and builds up demand. More importantly, it allows them to give more support to everyone who buys the product. If they sold more than they could provide support for they run the risk of getting a lot of bad press through the web from disgruntled customers; therefore reducing future sales etc.

      Yaro Starak did this a lot with his membership programs.

      1. Erwin Miradi says:

        That’s really a good strategy. I’ve been wondering the same question for quite sometime. Thanks for the answer.

  14. Shoemoney is the man – sometimes he can come off as arrogant, but I like Jeremy. More often than not he gives a lot more than is asked of him → This dude definitely knows what he’s doing.

  15. Lalit says:

    Excellent sharing indeed. Very useful information.

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