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Internet Entrepreneur Club Review
Date Added: 5/8/2009     Reviewer: windychris
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Website URL: http://www.marketingtips.com/iec/get-it-now.html
Company Name: The Internet Marketing Center
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Internet Entrepreneur Club Description

The Internet Entrepreneur Club is a membership site run by Derek Gehl of the Internet Marketing Center. The membership promises to take your business to the next level whether you’re a complete beginner, intermediate, or veteran Internet marketer. The content consists of teleseminars and access to experts in the Internet marketing industry.


Internet Entrepreneur Club Detailed Overview

The Internet Entrepreneur Club is the second membership site that has been launched by IMC. Every single month, there is a 60-75 minute teleseminar with the top Internet marketers, business leaders, and entrepreneurs. There’s also a weekly telephone conference with experts where you get to ask them questions and a monthly report delivered to you every month with the latest research, test results, content, and tools.

The expert panel consists of 5 people. Geoff Dyck is an expert in helping people finding niche markets, doing keyword research, and using PPC advertising. Charlie Ritchie has experience in SEO, web design, and low cost traffic. Chuck Anderson is the go to guy for people who want to get the most out of every customer. He discusses how to profit from the backend, tweak your offers, and grow your business.

Then there’s Cijaye Depradine. She is an expert in public relations so she can give you tips on getting free marketing about your business. Carson Clarke completes the panel and he is an eBay powerseller that teaches people how to take advantage of eBay and use all the tools available to get the upper hand against competitors.

There are a few bonuses that come with the membership including the 60-Second Salesletter tool, Hover Ad Creator software, and eBook Pro software. These are sold individually for $97 and are not any throwaway bonuses. The member’s only forum completes the membership where you can network and share information with like-minded entrepreneurs.

One of the biggest values of the membership is that you get to interact with Derek Gehl. Derek is one of the most sought Internet marketers, having worked with Corey Rudl and growing IMC immensely over the last few years.

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Internet Entrepreneur Club Reputation

The Internet Entrepreneur Club has received mixed reviews. The membership does deliver great content, and the panel is very helpful according to most customers. People have said that Derek and his panel really know what they are talking about and give a lot of personal attention to the members.

However, there are as many people feel that it’s more valuable to those who have an established Internet business and some have said that it is too expensive at the $97 price, and there isn’t enough of a value to justify the price. If you have a business already going, this will probably be a great value but if you are just starting out, you should look at a more basic course to get started

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IEC - Extensive and reputable but one warning

IEC is a part of the Internet Marketing Club (IMC) I joined over a year ago. The company was formed by internet legend Corey Rudl that had developed a loyal following before he met with a fatal accident. The company continues to thrive under the new leadership of Derek Gehl. Google searches will show you endorsements from some of the most reputable online marketers and successful devotees. The courses and services available under the IMC umbrella range from rank beginner to a pretty high intermediate level and advanced marketers can and do profit from affiliation with IMC. I am no longer a member nor an affiliate of IMC. I even asked for a refund and (although I now realize I didn't deserve it) they granted it. Writing this comment caused me to review my reasons for quitting that I should be embarrassed to share with you but in the interest of being helpful... Here I go... 1. I was too new to know what to select, from all that they offer. 2. I wanted all the information at once and therefore I grabbed everything I could get my hands on and completed nothing. 3. I didn't listen to the counselors that called me several times to check on me and try to give me direction and continually asked me to shut out all the other internet noise and take it one step at a time. 4. I allowed myself to be overwhelmed and distracted which led to the "internet jitterbug" for months before I finally settled down. In retrospect, I wish I had paid attention. My final note: Don't buy into IMC (or any other service of it's kind for that matter) unless you are ready to FOCUS.
 
 


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avatar   by Brighten on August 11, 2009 at 10:39 PM CST

 
 
 
I would use

I am currently in the process of starting my own online business. When it gets to the point where I can afford the Internet Entrepreneur Club, I will sign up. With these changing times and the economy in such bad shape, I feel that a little guidance would not hurt.
 
 


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avatar   by 79jeep on June 18, 2009 at 8:32 AM CST

 
 
 
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