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Start 2008 Right: Internet Marketing Ninja Style

I initially found out about Internet Marketing Ninjas last month at PubCon, where I picked up this nifty little tchotchke:

Membership just opened up, yesterday. Since I found out about the service, I’ve been saving up my money here and there so that I can sign-up as soon as possible. I plan to do this within the month.

If you haven’t heard sbout Internet Marketing Ninjas, yet, it is a brand new membership program developed by Jim Boykin. It includes training videos from the best minds in internet marketing:

Also included are some of the highly sought out in-house tools used by the staff at We Build Pages, in addition to some of their more familiar tools that were previously public.

The price for a one-year membership is $2995.00. Now that’s a lot of money, but just from watching the preview videos (which already reveal a lot of valuable information) I am convinced that it is well worth it.

One of the first things I noticed when watching the preview videos were the fun and interesting sets. I don’t know if they take place in the offices of We Build Pages, but the location/scenes, were really cool… and made the videos really easy to watch. Not to mention the videos were filmed well.

I heard one of the best testimonials of Internet Marketing Ninjas from Todd Malicoat, when we were chillin’ at PubCon. When I asked him if he would advise me to shell out the money for the membership, he enthusiastically said that Shoemoney‘s videos alone are worth the dough!

More more information about Internet Marketing Ninjas, be sure to check out the website. Even without purchasing a membership, the preview videos themselves are worth watching. You can also read more about it on Jim’s blog, and an interview of Jim about Internet Marketing Ninjas by Lee, today, on TopRank.

Check it!
—kid disco

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15 pimp-style comments, so far... »

  1. Xavierv

    January 4 2008 @ 11:32 am

    What, $ 3 000 and you’re signing up?!
    I’m no online marketing top gun, but there are smarter ways of investing $ 3 000 to grow your online business, that’s for sure.

  2. Will

    January 8 2008 @ 8:06 pm

    Hot damn, it’s like the SEO All Star Team, that’s craziness, if I had 3K to spend right now I would definitely consider it. I spoken to Todd and Neil about SEO in the past and their advice was priceless, by any means, this is a bargain.

  3. Rich in Dallas

    January 11 2008 @ 9:31 am

    Not sure if its worth it. While they are all great and knowledgeable guys you can pretty much find all that info for free online. Hated to see the free tools go though.

  4. Will

    January 11 2008 @ 10:54 am

    Yeah, I was not a happy camper to see the free tools go away…

  5. kid disco

    January 11 2008 @ 11:04 am

    @ Rich in Dallas – Please let us know where we can find that info for free online. :P

  6. Rich in Dallas

    January 15 2008 @ 5:20 pm

    The same forums and blogs we all visit. :)

  7. Darkeye

    January 16 2008 @ 12:36 pm

    3K is a lot of many…
    Well better think of better ways to spend my 3K…
    I can’t say that the price is right, maybe they should make it much cheaper…

  8. kid disco

    January 16 2008 @ 12:42 pm

    @ Rich in Dallas – So, you’ve seen the videos?

  9. Rich in Dallas

    January 16 2008 @ 2:16 pm

    No, but I’m sure there isn’t that much unknown info on the videos. Then again I could be wrong, let me know it I am :)

  10. kid disco

    January 16 2008 @ 2:20 pm

    @ Rich in Dallas – All I know is that I don’t reveal everything I know in the online communities that I participate in.

  11. Zak Nicola

    January 18 2008 @ 12:22 pm

    Really, CK, 3k is a lot. To be honest, I feel like the most valuable thing it offers is access to what used to be free and public tools. Don’t get me wrong, I belive in the “Teaching Sells” tactic that some people seem to see as a new idea, but making tools that were once free, and widely used, to a members only “ninja camp” just feels too… gumicky for me. I’d rather save the 3k for something like SMX were I can meet and mingle, thats were progress is made. Fresh forward thinking, face to face, with the gurus of search and marketing. But thats just me.

  12. Senior T

    January 25 2008 @ 8:57 pm

    I think I will save my money for an “elite retreat”. There you actually get to talk to the superstars.
    It seem like they should give you a free membership (or a least a discount) for writing such a positive blog about it.

  13. SeonDesign

    January 28 2008 @ 10:00 am

    I heard many time about these guys as i am also in this field so i should know about my competitors but i do not know much about them.

  14. SeonDesign

    January 28 2008 @ 10:08 am

    I have just came to know that they are one of the the topest internet marketing companies:P

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