Taking a Look Inside Michael Brown Success System

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Michael Brown.

Many of our long time fans will recognize the name. He’s been a friend to I’ve Tried That for a few years now. Michael has even held a few training classes specifically for I’ve Tried That readers. I know at least a few of you have attended one or two of his online webinars.

He produced one of my all-time favorite courses: Niche Blitzkrieg. It’s an online course designed for beginners. The training focuses on building mini-websites quickly and getting them ranked in search engines. The idea is to build an entire empire of sites that all pull in money. It’s a great course for anyone looking to start making money online. Highly recommended.

Well, Michael is back with a new course. And I’m going to try it out.

Joining Michael Brown Success System

I’ll be joining Michael Brown Success System later today and will spend the next week reading through his training, going through his materials, and looking around at what the system has to offer. It currently costs $1 to join for 7-days with a $47/month membership fee if you remain a member after the 7-day trial is over. His system is moderately priced with a number of advertised tools that could easily cover the costs if you were to buy them individually.

I highly recommend you click here and look around his site for a minute and watch a video or two. Michael Brown Success System is an online affiliate marketing training course, with a heavy focus on email marketing.

The course employs a training method I absolutely love. Michael breaks down the training into four-weeks of steps, complete with videos and every tool you’d need to get started (including an autoresponder, which by itself could cost more than the price of the membership.) The training is repeatable and as you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to grow and expand your business. There are four very important support modules included with your membership that I need to point out. With a membership, you get access to a 24/7 help desk, technical support, site critiques, and access to the community forum. This is all INCLUDED with your membership. I can’t tell you how many programs I’ve seen that try and charge exorbitant fees for added support.

I didn’t particularly like when Michael pointed out how easy it is to make money online. I’ve always discussed the difficulties many beginners will face when getting started, especially if you have no prior experience with building an online business. “Easy money” is a sales tactic that I don’t like, but I will give Michael the benefit of the doubt given our history, and his reputation.

I will reserve judgement until I take a look around inside though. In my next update, I’ll give you guys an inside look at the program. I’ll show you what you get when you join, and give you my personal opinions about the program (what I like, what I didn’t like, how it compares to other programs, etc.)

Have any of you guys had any experience with Michael’s program? If so, what did you think? Still a member? I’d love to hear some reader’s stories as well.

Check out Michael Brown Success System and keep a look out for my full review next week!

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  1. I second what HC said…I will be interested what you find as you look into Michael’s newly introduced system and thank you for doing so, Steve! I look forward to it.

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  2. Steve, thanks for taking this on. I am a beginner having trouble deciding how and where to jump in. I badly need to generate additional income to supplement my retirement. Evaluations by people like yourself, whom I trust and respect, are huge. I also appreciate the comments that your readers provide.

    I look forward to seeing your observations and recommendations.

    Best, HC

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  3. Niche Blitzkrieg is how I got started in affiliate marketing back in March of 2009. The system not only helped me set up my first few affiliate websites, but it taught me a lot about ecommerce as well. I’m certainly curious to find out how N.B. has evolved over the years to account for such things as Google +1, FB, Pinterest (maybe?), etc.

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