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Lazy STM Neo Enters The Matrix With Free Torrent Traffic ($XXX,XXX Profit)

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Lazy STM Neo Enters The Matrix With Free Torrent Traffic ($XXX,XXX Profit)
Lazy STM Neo Enters The Matrix With Free Torrent Traffic ($XXX,XXX Profit)

Mr. Anderson we meet again.

Our resident extremely lazy STM Neo, “twinaxe”, strikes again with another one of his crazy stories.

It seems he really is the chosen lazy one.

This happened way back in 2005 and continued on to 2012.

One sunny day our Neo was happily relaxing on his sofa (while being fed grapes by 10 beautiful ladies), as he did every other day, when suddenly his mind ushered a slow, lazy, paradoxical thought - he decided he wanted to make money without having to work.

Here’s how his thoughts whooshed by:

“First thing that came to my mind was that I need visitors to my website so I need to find a way to get them. Next thing was that I then of course also need a website.
Third thing was that I need something to promote.

At that time I was using torrents to download stuff anyway and saw that good torrents were downloaded by many people. The traffic part was solved, I decided to upload torrents and drive the users to my website.”

How simple.

How simple indeed.

It seems the lazier he is the more brilliant his ideas come out.

He gets so petrified of manual labour that he’d do absolutely anything to avoid it like the plague.

What follows in this golden piece of a thread are screenshots of ancient, extremely simple landers, a brilliant approach to making movie torrents that won’t get you in trouble with anyone, adult ads, Layer ads, tons of laziness and a pinch of brilliance.

Lookie here:

“That upload made me around €5k profit from only few hours seeding. Altogether that upload alone made more than €8k.

From only 1 1/2 hours work.”

I mean, seriously:

“That gave me so much free time I could spend and enjoy with other stuff. Just hanging around for example 😀

But even these 1-2 hours work per month were too much for me. I didn´t want to work at all for that money.

So I did some brainstorming and thought about ways how to reduce the workload even more.”

Spoilers: He delivers.

He took it to a whole new level and then out of laziness automated the entire process too.

There’s Python scripts involved, VPSs, sneaky tricks and just about anything to avoid having to work more than 1-2 hours a month, even that’s too much for Lazy Neo.

Learn the ways of Lazy Neo Yourself RIght Here

Tired Agency Media Buyer Sees Green As Solo Affiliate

This guy started a follow along literally a few days ago.

He says he’s tired of the agency model and wanted to have a modest go on his own as an affiliate.

With his own money.

Obviously he chose push traffic as it’s the easiest barrier to entry of the bunch.

As is customary he got feedback from our expert mods and guess what?

Just 3 days later he hit the green.

How shocking!

That was sarcasm.

Point being is that the success rates of our follow alongs are extremely high.

You’ve got the perfect distraction-free environment, experts on demand and you’re being held accountable for your actions.

Action being the main money-keyword here.

If you don’t do it nobody else will do it for you.

Simple as that.

Now go and subscribe to this guy’s follow along

One Scared Marc Williams eCom Newbie vs Expert Mod Vortex

Hadouken!

“I’ve dipped in and out of the forum for years and never taken action on one thing (tyre kicker, window shopper)! This year I decided that I was going to take action and try something at least. Ecommerce seemed to offer the lowest barrier to entry so I thought I’d start there” - Marc Williams

Don’t do that, kids.

Either take action or go back to flipping burgers.

Marc got brave and conquered his fears.

Anywhom, the fruits of his labour have now been posted.

And the looks are OK-ish.

But:

“ I’ve been sending paid traffic (Google and Bing) for about a week, only gotten around 160 visits but no sales, have had a few add to carts.”

The next reply is our very own veteran vortex (Amy) jumping in and K.O.-ing Marc with a massive reply.

One we could easily turn into a paid PDF and charge hundreds if not thousands for.

Here’s the low-down:

  • Amy’s research shows there’s demand and potential for Marc’s products. (lots of screenshots here from various tools)

  • Demographics covered

  • Extremely detailed advice on how to improve the entire setup:

  • What do people LIKE about the products?

  • How are people benefiting from certain features?

  • What gripes do people have?

  • What questions are people asking?

  • A unique angle, one that has proven profitable for Vortex, gets revealed

  • UVP advice.

%insert more advice here%

Marc’s reply?

Wow! Thanks Amy that's a lot of feedback to work through, I really appreciate it

Go work through the feedback here

Should You Get Mobile, Tablet and Desktop Traffic To Kiss Each Other?

@sprice on STM tells he’s scaling his first successful camp on Revcontent, closing in on $1k/day spend consistently.

But then he wonders on whether he should get mobile/tablet/desktop traffic to kiss each other or split them in different camps.

If you haven’t been to the AW conferences there was a speech by Ralfs who absolutely recommends to split them all up and not let them kiss.

A bunch of other experts down the thread swear by the same.

It’s a yes but also an “it depends” type of answer.

Check here and form your own conclusions

Affiliate Managers in Short Supply at Direct Affiliate

Blatant, shameless promotion for our brothers and sisters over at AffJobs.

They are part of the iStack familia after all and we thought we’d give them a hand.

The fellas over at DirectAffiliate are in short supply of affiliate managers.

They need more hands, so they posted a job on AffJobs.

Listen, being an affiliate manager can be a pretty sweet spot.
1. You get paid to do affiliate stuff.
2. You build capital.
3. You get to see what affiliates run and you talk to tons of people on a daily basis. You see landers, offers, you talk about campaigns and you see big numbers.

You learn the ins-and-outs of the industry and you get paid to do it.

And you make extremely valuable connections in the meantime.

This gig can actually be 100% remote too - so you can work from your mom’s basement if you wish.

Go check it here: https://affjobs.com/job/2482/affiliate-manager/

Want to be an affiliate manager? Go ye here

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