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spud

Is anyone a member of Drew Baye's private Facebook group the "HIT List" ?

Is it worth the money?

How does the content compare to the free videos he has on Facebook and Youtube?

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

spud wrote:
Is anyone a member of Drew Baye's private Facebook group the "HIT List" ?

Is it worth the money?

How does the content compare to the free videos he has on Facebook and Youtube?

If you're not happy responding in public, please send me a private message.

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==Scott==
Seriously, people pay money to be on his HIT list??
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ATP 4 Vitality

entsminger wrote:
spud wrote:
Is anyone a member of Drew Baye's private Facebook group the "HIT List" ?

Is it worth the money?

How does the content compare to the free videos he has on Facebook and Youtube?

If you're not happy responding in public, please send me a private message.

Thanks.

==Scott==
Seriously, people pay money to be on his HIT list??



That C2 rower is working
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Average Al

spud wrote:
Is anyone a member of Drew Baye's private Facebook group the "HIT List" ?

Is it worth the money?

How does the content compare to the free videos he has on Facebook and Youtube?

If you're not happy responding in public, please send me a private message.

Thanks.


I have trouble making it through his free videos, so I have never been tempted.

However, looking at the site on Facebook, it shows 143 members. If they are all paying subscribers at his current rates ($27/mo), that is $3800/mo income, which does not seem too bad for publishing YouTube videos.

So good for him!

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Crotalus

Average Al wrote:

it shows 143 members. If they are all paying subscribers at his current rates ($27/mo), that is $3800/mo income, .



When I got out of high school I right away started working with my Dad learning the cabinet making trade.

One of his friends who regularly stopped by the shop was an old plumber who had some of the best old sayings.

One was " ... Isn't it something that there are more horses asses than there are horses ? "

These paying members to the Drew Baye Club right away had me thinking of Mr. Jackson and that old saying.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
You can go on Youtube and find countless people yapping on and on about just about any subject basically saying nothing worth hearing and yet some have huge followings and make quite a substantial income off it.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Crotalus wrote:
Average Al wrote:

it shows 143 members. If they are all paying subscribers at his current rates ($27/mo), that is $3800/mo income, .



When I got out of high school I right away started working with my Dad learning the cabinet making trade.

One of his friends who regularly stopped by the shop was an old plumber who had some of the best old sayings.

One was " ... Isn't it something that there are more horses asses than there are horses ? "

These paying members to the Drew Baye Club right away had me thinking of Mr. Jackson and that old saying.


==Scott==
This makes me think of the other thread on Arthur Jones and how he probably was down and out in his later years because just about everyone around him was either a hangeroner a a horses ass. I'm guessing he had nobody to talk to who thought at his level so he got very frustrated. I'm no brainiack but the older I get I find there's hardly anyone around me ( with the exception of a few who I see rarely) that I can have a compelling discussion with.
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Brian A Schamber

Texas, USA

If it helps those 143, I don't see the problem with paying the big money. Not all are as awesome as us Immortals. 1000 True Fans spending $100 a year can make one a millionaire. As far as motor mouthing it on and on about this or that, I to have to confess to being one of "those", if the coffee is good. What the hell, I'm going to go join High Intensity Business...
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Average Al

Brian A Schamber wrote:
If it helps those 143, I don't see the problem with paying the big money. Not all are as awesome as us Immortals. 1000 True Fans spending $100 a year can make one a millionaire. As far as motor mouthing it on and on about this or that, I to have to confess to being one of "those", if the coffee is good. What the hell, I'm going to go join High Intensity Business...


If your fans are passionate enough to open their wallets, you don't need a huge number...

As for the wisdom of the expense, I think this old saying applies: "Different strokes for different folks".
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