As long as I have been using the internet, I have found that forums are a great way to connect with people and get valuable information about any kind of subject. These forums are a collection of like-minded people who all have each others interests at heart. You will find that people are willing to really open up and share their experiences with other members, which in turn build a solid community based on knowledge and trust. When I decided that internet marketing was something that I wanted to pursue, it struck me as obvious that heading to the forums may well be the best way to get the information I need.
There are all kinds of forums that fit the bill for internet marketers, but perhaps nine as highly regarded as the Warrior Forum. The fact is, if you took a straw poll of internet marketers and asked them what their most valued online resource was, the overwhelming answer would more than likely be the Warrior Forum. Not only is it a great place to get advice, it’s also an excellent place to go and recruit people for a new program that you may have joined. This is especially true of you have been an active participant in the forum and have built up the trust of the other members.
When I first started using the Warrior Forum, most notably to try and find help with marketing strategies, I heard a lot of people talk about Submission Works. The great part about having been a member there for a while was that I started to see the comments about SW coming from people that I had learned to trust as a member of the forum. These were not folks that were simply spewing nonsense in order to build a downline, but rather experienced internet marketers looking to help other forum members succeed in the business.
I think I have already shown on this blog that Submission Works is a program that has worked for me on all kinds of different levels. I have increased my mailing list membership numbers, my visitors to each of my promoted sites, my sales, and perhaps most important of all, I have taken my ROI and blasted it through the roof. That is not something that would ever have happened had I not taken the time to become an active member of the Warrior Forum. It is for that very reason that I take every opportunity I can to pay it forward, which means responding to as many questions about the Submission Works program as I can possibly get to. The good news in that regard is that I have much more time to do so, since SW takes care of a massive chunk of my marketing for me, leaving me free to pursue other aspect of my business. Part of that is making sure that the good folks at Warrior Forum get a clear understanding of how SW can help their internet marketing efforts.