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Another Look At Submission Works

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A few months ago I wrote a review about Submission Works that I sent out to the good people in my mailing list. The feedback I got back then was incredible, with many of them deciding to take the plunge on their own. Since that time, many of those who signed up have taken the time to write a letter of thanks to me, since the Submission Works program has helped their online efforts in the same way that it did mine. I have also received a ton of mail from folks looking for an update on my initial review. When I first write it, I was only about 2-3 weeks into using SW, which was enough for me to already recommend it as a winner. Since I am now 4 months into the Submission Works experience, I thought it might be time to do a little update.

As I have already mentioned, the positive results that I experienced with Submission Works happened virtually overnight. Each of the 7 links that I was promoting saw some serious increases in visitors, while I also received a solid number of opt-ins for my programs, as well as a couple of sales. By the tenth day I was already in profit, with my $59 made back in sales. I should also add that, thanks to my responsive mailing list, I had 6 people sign up for Submission Works via my affiliate link. I believe this is worth mentioning, as I have seen some scam reviews that the only way to make money at SW is by signing up unwitting affiliates. That is absolutely not the case, and the fact that only 1 person out of the 14 that I have had sign up via my link has quit, tells you that something must be working.

All of that aside, by the end of the first month, I had received a total of 39 opt-ins across the 7 links that I was promoting, with 9 of those turned into sales. I had tripled my investment, without even counting the money earned from my Submission Works affiliate efforts. That was more than enough to keep me going, which is exactly what I did. I noticed that with each passing month, the number of visitors to my sites started to increase incrementally, which told me that perhaps the software became more effective at delivering hits the longer it ran.

I helped my own cause by making changes to the landing pages that I noticed were starting to lose a little steam in terms of opt-in and sign-up percentages. This is another thing that I would definitely recommend should you choose to sign up for Submission Works. You will get a ton of unique traffic to your sites, but if you don’t make the effort to keep your page updated or try to convert sign-ups to sales, I’m sure you’ll start complaining that SW doesn’t work. It actually works really well, but you have to be prepared to put in some work, too. If you can do that, I’m sure you will see as much success as I have.