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Charles asks…

Clickbanks.net Product Launch Suggestions?

Does anybody have any good suggestions on a good Product Launch System (guide or ebook)?

I am going to be doing a few Clickbanks.net Product Launches in the next few months, and I want to do the launches correctly.

These are not going to be IM, “how to make money” product launches. Just your standard niche product.

I am familiar with some of the JV Launch Systems out there. But, I have been out of the loop lately – and, thought that there might be some new and improved step-by-step stuff on the market these days.

To your success. Appreciate any thoughts.

New Niche Finder answers:

Affiliates love to see proven EPC and conversion rate figures collected during pilot promotions.

I believe some of the Clickbank watching sites sell ad spaces or “featured” slots
http://www.cb-analytics.com/
http://www.cbengine.com/
http://cb-tracker.com/
http://affiliatex.com/
http://cbhive.com/
http://www.cbgraph.com/marketplace.php

This forum looks pretty dead but has the right idea
http://clickbanklaunchforum.com/clickbank/index.php

Mandy asks…

Am I overreacting here or not? Is this normal?

I recently contacted an ex of mine due to some possibilities of collaborating for my new job. I email from work during work hours becuase I wanted to keep it professional. I then get a missed call from him Saturday at noon where he says he wants me to call and explain more.

Today we managed, after several days, to talk on the phone for 10 minutes. During that time he asks me if I enjoy my new job? I said “I’m not sure yet because it is superstressful”. And he goes “well, that’s very typical of you… taking a long time to decide” (refering obviously to me taking too long to decide whether I wanted to stay with him earlier).

I thought it was quite a rude comment. He also asks whether the company is really going well (we’re market leader and Europe’s biggest in our niche). Him and me had talked before about getting a dog and he says “I’ve gotten a dog now”.

Every time I talk to him it feels like he’s trying to hurt me on purpose and he seems really keen on telling me that he’s now doing all the stuff that we used to talk about, but on his own. And every time he has to tell me that he’s been working out that day. Honestly, what do I care??

It was actually him ending our story because he didn’t like that I told him about a collegaue of mine hitting on me. Why is he doing this when it was HIM breaking up? I so don’t get it…

New Niche Finder answers:

You contacted him. Not the other way around…

Michael asks…

Am I overreacting here or not?

I recently contacted an ex of mine due to some possibilities of collaborating for my new job. I email from work during work hours becuase I wanted to keep it professional. I then get a missed call from him Saturday at noon where he says he wants me to call and explain more.

Today we managed, after several days, to talk on the phone for 10 minutes. During that time he asks me if I enjoy my new job? I said “I’m not sure yet because it is superstressful”. And he goes “well, that’s very typical of you… taking a long time to decide” (refering obviously to me taking too long to decide whether I wanted to stay with him earlier).

I thought it was quite a rude comment. He also asks whether the company is really going well (we’re market leader and Europe’s biggest in our niche). Him and me had talked before about getting a dog and he says “I’ve gotten a dog now”.

Every time I talk to him it feels like he’s trying to hurt me on purpose and he seems really keen on telling me that he’s now doing all the stuff that we used to talk about, but on his own. And every time he has to tell me that he’s been working out that day. Honestly, what do I care??

It was actually him ending our story because he didn’t like that I told him about a collegaue of mine hitting on me. Why is he doing this when it was HIM breaking up? I so don’t get it…

New Niche Finder answers:

Sometimes being either friends with your ex or even colleges is a good idea. It can be fun, exciting, and since you already know each other, it can be an amazing and enriching experience. This is not one of those times. Your ex has clearly decided that the best way to interact with you is to passive-aggressively drag you through the dirt, insult your intelligence and gloat about how he’s supposedly better than you. It seems he has either lived his life just to spite you or perhaps all the goals the two of you had as a couple may really have just been his goals you were agreeing to go along with. Either way, it doesn’t really matter.

What you have seen here is that he is clearly not someone that would be best to keep in touch with. He is only going to attack your confidence, make you feel like crap and do whatever he can to gloat about how he’s supposedly better off without you. In other words, he’s just out to use you as his pin cushion.

Contacting him while at work was a noble attempt at trying to keep things professional, but I think that concept must have been lost on him. Instead, all you did was open yourself to some cheap shots and probably some dirt in the face, so to speak. Was it worth it? Did you accomplish what you hoped? It doesn’t sound like it.

So what to do from here? I would suggest looking elsewhere for collaboration. You area already dealing with a lot of mental and possibly emotional stress of learning a new job. You don’t need the additional worry of dealing with what you have described on top of that. This is just the clearest of signs that he cannot be even a business partner, let alone a friend.

And that’s the best advice I can give.

Richard asks…

ex issues… is this behaviour ok?

I recently contacted an ex of mine due to some possibilities of collaborating for my new job. I email from work during work hours becuase I wanted to keep it professional. I then get a missed call from him Saturday at noon where he says he wants me to call and explain more.

Today we managed, after several days, to talk on the phone for 10 minutes. During that time he asks me if I enjoy my new job? I said “I’m not sure yet because it is superstressful”. And he goes “well, that’s very typical of you… taking a long time to decide” (refering obviously to me taking too long to decide whether I wanted to stay with him earlier).

I thought it was quite a rude comment. He also asks whether the company is really going well (we’re market leader and Europe’s biggest in our niche). Him and me had talked before about getting a dog and he says “I’ve gotten a dog now”.

Every time I talk to him it feels like he’s trying to hurt me on purpose and he seems really keen on telling me that he’s now doing all the stuff that we used to talk about, but on his own. And every time he has to tell me that he’s been working out that day. Honestly, what do I care??

It was actually him ending our story because he didn’t like that I told him about a collegaue of mine hitting on me. Why is he doing this when it was HIM breaking up? I so don’t get it…

New Niche Finder answers:

I’m guessing he is trying to hurt you in mnay different ways. He wants to make you jealous because he did all the things that you all talked about. I would just stop having contact with him for good because him being rude, you haven’t done NOTHING. So stop talking to him and maybe he’ll come around and be a man and apoligize to you hope this helps :)

George asks…

What do you think of this ex behaviour?

I recently contacted an ex of mine due to some possibilities of collaborating for my new job. I email from work during work hours becuase I wanted to keep it professional. I then get a missed call from him Saturday at noon where he says he wants me to call and explain more.

Today we managed, after several days, to talk on the phone for 10 minutes. During that time he asks me if I enjoy my new job? I said “I’m not sure yet because it is superstressful”. And he goes “well, that’s very typical of you… taking a long time to decide” (refering obviously to me taking too long to decide whether I wanted to stay with him earlier).

I thought it was quite a rude comment. He also asks whether the company is really going well (we’re market leader and Europe’s biggest in our niche). Him and me had talked before about getting a dog and he says “I’ve gotten a dog now”.

Every time I talk to him it feels like he’s trying to hurt me on purpose and he seems really keen on telling me that he’s now doing all the stuff that we used to talk about, but on his own. And every time he has to tell me that he’s been working out that day. Honestly, what do I care??

It was actually him ending our story because he didn’t like that I told him about a collegaue of mine hitting on me. Why is he doing this when it was HIM breaking up? I so don’t get it…
@uuchurch… it’s been a year and a half?? Shouldn’t that be enough to see some change in behaviour…??

New Niche Finder answers:

Life goes on sugar plum so face reality. His needs/wants did not change just because you were no longer part of his life. He is needling you because he can, it is normal so either suck it up and stay “professional” or cut off contact and let time take care of it.

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