So I am perusing the internets the other day and came across this post from a good friend of mine, Tom Wacker and apparently it has caused a lot of hubbub around the TE industry. He is an excellent writer and he always pulls no punches, says what he thinks and doesn’t care what people think about him. He is honest, he is real, and he tells it like it is. I am a big fan of this behavior, because I also try to be sure and let people know exactly how I feel about a specific subject, and if I don’t like something I will let it be known. I am of the same breed, this blog is my platform, along with Twitter (@BrownBuc) and I will always use these platforms to say what I think, how I feel, and if necessary, call out those that I disagree with.
With that being said, I have a rant to write…..
As most of you know, TimTech launched a new program this week, and as is all launches by TimTech it was met with both high Fanfare and criticism. Kore4 is a program that is focused strictly on the affiliate marketer, It encompasses the training of Click Track Profit, the use of Traffic Exchanges and most importantly an auto responder to build a list, get the word out and introduce a new twist to CTP’s opportunities. I am not an internet marketing guru, but I don’t have to be in order to use this system, as TimTech has not only set this up to maximize affiliate earnings, but they have made it simple stupid to use. I am a fan, I have joined, and am actively promoting it in the traffic exchanges, and I will be adding it as well to the advertising resources page on this website. TimTech has once again raised the bar, and as usual, the skeptics, the haters, have all come out of the woodwork to attack, criticize, and throw TT under the bus.
Here’s the deal, TimTech has taken A LOT of heat lately because of what happened with NerdBux, its sale, and the resulting fallout as to not only whom it was sold to, but also because of how they “should have known” what was going to happen after they sold it to probably one of the biggest PTC scammers on the internet. That may be so, but they needed to get out of the PTC world, they had been the victim of a major fraud scheme, and it had cost them a lot of money as I understood the history of what happened. They have been accused of purposely cheating members of NerdBux out of a lot of money, and now with the release of Kore4, the haters have once again come out of the woodwork to hate, troll, and downright lie about how they are once again cheating people out of their money.
With all of that being said, my message to all of those that are hating on TT and judging them is to put yourself in their shoes, walk a mile in them and tell me what you would do, and what would your focus be when your reputation takes a hit. TT is returning their focus to their core products, and in return setting up a program that puts the focus back on their members, the affiliate marketers that are out there on a daily basis making pennies surfing 20-30 Traffic exchanges on a daily basis. So instead of offering pennies, they are providing an opportunity to make minimum $15 per month per referral that you bring into Kore4 as new members. The goal is to get new members into CTP, their traffic exchanges, as well as Rocket Responder . What I take from it, is that they are trying to bring new people into the traffic exchange industry and bring in new members to CTP while at the same time offering their members a good opportunity to make better commissions than they can get through TE’s alone.
The big part of this is that all of the faces of TimTech, from Justin Ledvina and Jon Olson all the way to Janelle Pineau and Larry Dame are putting themselves out there in the forefront of this, promoting it, standing behind it, and not shying away from their critics. Those that hide behind “parody names” and those that are trash talking TimTech behind their backs while pretending to support them in front of their face, are cowards, irresponsible, and have no guts to stand behind how they really feel. No company is perfect, and no one person is fallible, but when trolls decide they are going to hide and not be up front with their opinions, I have little regard or respect for what they have to say. Justin, Jon, and all the gang at TimTech are still available to help, they will listen to their critics, supporters, and those in between to what their opinions of any program they offer are. If they need to adjust their approach, they will, but the important thing to consider here, as I mentioned, is that they are not hiding behind a keyboard and a monitor with their business, they are visible, they are active, and they are here for the long run.