OGM No Holds Barred gives ALL the details of building, ranking and selling/renting/leasing sites step by step. The information can be applied to marketing your own product, affiliate marketing, launch jacking and lead generation. It is not an overview, it is the complete nuts and bolts of how Greg made, and is continuing to make, over one million greenbacks per year. OGM Machines sells for $49. OGM No Holds Barred sells for $2,229.
Affiliate marketing: While I won’t necessarily claim that Bring the Fresh is the best training ever created for affiliate marketing, if it’s not, I want to know what is. That’s because Bring the Fresh contains the behind the scenes secrets & strategies of tens of millions of dollars worth of affiliate business that Mike and I have done over the last 10 years, including the REAL stories behind the Rich Jerk and big launches such as the StomperNet $14 million dollar day. These stories has never been told! We also go behind the scenes into the creation of other affiliate powered businesses such as Traffic Secrets and Product Launch Formula.
OMG Machines is a eBook that is presented in 52 pages (of course the videos are the core of the course) with 15 over the shoulder videos. In these videos Greg starts a website from scratch till it is ranked on top of Google. Every single step is illustrated with on page SEO and building backlinks. The website is based on local marketing but Greg is creating a new one at the moment about affiliate website (the ranking method is the same). The idea in summary is to build mini-sites (staple sites) based on a specific keyword then build backlinks to rank them (this is the golden part).
At the time of this recording, New Zealand's Mike Nock was one of the great, unsung pianists in European stlyed jazz. His elegant phrasing and wildly inventive melodicism fly in the face of all notions that claim improvisation must be outside Western musical parameters and structures. On Ondas, Nock has assembled a rhythm section that, while never having played together before shared the ability to create the bedrock, however flexible, for the artist's crystalline compositions and solos. Eddie Gomez was a wise choice for this session because of his experience with Bill Evans, who is an obvious influence on Nock's own composing — as is Keith Jarrett. His pizzicato flourishes and shifting timbres on "Forgotten Love" and "Visionary," while retaining an elemental sense of meter, are remarkable.