Is Inbox Blueprint Legit? This is a question I still get asked all the time.
For those who don’t know, I was Anik Singal’s head coach from 2011 through 2015, so I very much know and understand how he runs his business.
Let’s cut to the chase and get to the reason you’re here:
Is Inbox Blueprint Legit?
Fun Fact: not only was I was Anik’s only coach when Inbox Blueprint was launched to his internal email list only (in late 2013 and early 2014) the first 2 times, but…
I did all of the live webinars for the students, and even build a live PROFITABLE business LIVE on the webinars, both building an email list and making a profit at the same time. (More on that below)
Here’s a picture of Anik and myself, after one of his Las Vegas Events in 2014 or 2015.
I’m not kidding, 2 days BEFORE I was supposed to start the LIVE training webinars for the 2nd run of Inbox Blueprint…
Anik completely tore up my meticulously planned out schedule (well, digitally) and challenged me to build a list (live, while on the the webinars) in a new niche that I knew absolutely NOTHING about, and make money with it!
Now if you’re anything like me, you’d probably freak out just a little bit – and yeah, you could say I did…
I thought about different hot niches I could try to build a list in:
- Weight loss
- Online dating
- Even Chicken Coops (yes, really)
Then I finally settled on a niche that baffled me the MOST of all, Personal Development.
I knew nothing about it, and as part of the Inbox method, had to put together a free report (as my giveaway to build the list) in this niche.
A friend of mine, also named Jeff, suggested putting together a free report on how to quit procrastination, which a lot of people struggle with. I figured, why not!
Anyway, here’s how the process went and my results!
Step 1: I used one of the writers I found using what we did and taught in Inbox Blueprint.
I paid $35.00 or so, and had a 2,000 word report written on how to quit procrastinating.
I also paid $5.00 to a graphic designer on Fiverr to create a nice looking book cover for me.
Step 2: I went to Fiverr.com, and had the below page made in HTML – it was $5.00 and the guy even hooked up my autoresponder account for me.
I also purchased a $5.00 Meditation from another seller on Fiverr to add as a bonus with the download. (I was informed that people in this niche LOVE a good meditation download.)
All of this in TOTAL, cost me just $50.00 – not bad!
(Adding the Meditation, by the way, took me up to 75% optin rate for this page believe it or not, which is fantastic!)
THIS is an image of my simple website designed to build an email list in this niche:
Step 3: Using one of the traffic sources, I spent a total of $500 on 1,000 clicks to my opt in page and within 2 days (not kidding), I had successfully built an email list of 780 people AND made $837 (or $337 profit, after my $500 spent).
The BEST part was, I earned another $233.00 or so over the next week as well!
Below is a screenshot of the feedback for the clicks I purchased. (You’ll learn where to buy these in the Inbox Blueprint training, and yes – they still work VERY well in 2017, and they will in 2018).
You no longer have to pay somebody to set up your squeeze page, your ebook, or even your ebook cover for you!
That’s all DONE FOR YOU within the Inbox Blueprint Launchpad, which actually does all of that FOR you, leaving you more time to work on other things, like traffic generation and responding to emails from your new and happy subscribers. 🙂
In 2014, the Inbox Blueprint Launchpad was not around yet, so we were teaching students to outsource their squeeze page creation on Fiverr – unless they didn’t mind paying for one of the various tools like Leadpages or Clickfunnels (both of which I highly recommend).
Well, I think i ended up writing way more than I intended to, but having said that and to answer to your question once and for all – Is Inbox Blueprint Legit? – YES, very much so – probably even better now in 2017 and 2018 then a few years ago.