said 1 year, 2 months ago:
Bright and Shiny with a few gems. When I started SEO, I used to look at that forum often for the latest and greatest in search engine optimization (or what I thought that meant). All those sales pitches and WSO (Warriors Special Offers) got me excited–not anymore. They may sound fat, but they’re very thin.
1. What are you looking to market or sell? If it’s tricks and tips for Social Media Optimization or ‘SEO’, you could do well.
Keep reading to learn more about the Warrior Forums.
2. Warrior Forum is for ‘internet marketers’, most of whom use ‘tricks, tips & loopholes’. They’re mostly gray hat techniques. Gray hat SEO has a shelf-life–works well for a while, then Google comes out with a new update and erases all the gray work.
I’ve experienced this gray hat phenomenon and have changed my outlook on SEO. Focus is now on producing content that fulfills a need and sharing that content via the right social channels (best if those social channels are communities that you have created).
Warrior Forum is mainly for selling WSO (Warriors Special Offers) and IM (Internet Marketing) services. You can make some good money when a WSO is done well. Usually the WSO is a 5-20 page case study or how-to-guide on some loophole someone has discovered or a trick that seems to magically create mounds of traffic. Some of the WSO, very few, is some basic how-to guide.
I actually have an old WSO that teaches how to make a WSO. ha
I wouldn’t venture into WF too much. It’s easy to get lost and misguided. Stick with solid SEO principles if you’re looking for SEO. I steer clear of the Warrior Forum.
Venture if you want to sell IM services or if you have some little known Social Media trick that you want to sell to everyone.
Hope this helps, Dea!
Let me know if you have any other questions.