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Maximum Leverage Review – Is Daegan Smith And This Program The Real Deal?

by Kurt on January 20, 2010

Right now, one of the hottest network marketing training programs out there is Maximum Leverage from Daegan Smith.  You see videos, forum posts and other testimonials about this, but is all the hype warranted, or is this just another MLM guru program out there to take your money?

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More than likely you are in network marketing or the home business industry and love the idea of building your business online.

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Perhaps you have even bought a couple courses on internet marketing, or “how to build your network marketing business online”.

You’ve felt that while they had some good information, they were a little lacking in detail, to be completely honest.

You have tried a couple of the techniques, perhaps even gotten some results, but not nearly what you wanted them to be.

Or maybe your getting great results, and just want to take your business to the next level.

I’ve been in your shoes, and felt the exact same thing.

Enter the Maximum Leverage Training Program.

This isn’t going to be your typical Maximum Leverage Daegan Smith review here.  In fact, quite honestly, I only know of 100 other people in the world qualified to give this kind of in depth review.

You see, I was one of the original participants in the first Maximum Leverage program and, yes I did pay the full $1,200 for the price of admission into it.

Here is a quick video case study with some results from just ONE of the lessons from the training program.  This was originally intended to be a “share with the Maximum-Leverage community” about some results I’ve had, but go ahead and take a look …… you will absolutely learn a thing or two.

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So what did I learn from this program?  Honestly, there was just a TON of information, but let me boil it down to four main “pillars”.

First, the whole Maximum Leverage methodology is about building your business literally with as much leverage in it as possible, and how to do so without having to become a “guru” at PPC or lead generation, or recruiting.  Essentially, the way the course is laid out, it is like putting bricks together to form a sturdy wall.

Learn one technique, become proficient enough at it so that you earn at least $.01 more than you are putting into it….and then develop a system for it and automate it as much as possible and move onto the next.

The second pillar of this program is lead generation, and really how to generate TONS of leads from multiple sources.  Article or content marketing, blogging, your own virtual real estate, to beginning paid traffic and lead generation through pay per click marketing, ezine advertising and more advanced strategies like pay-per-view marketing, banner and text links, to even getting your offer into CPA networks.

Here is a quick video on how what just  one of the lead and paid traffic generation strategies did for my business:

Third, and really the only network marketing training program I have seen of this type in the industry is how to build relationships with a subscriber base of leads through various means.  While I can’t do the training justice, essentially I learned how to relate to and really influence people from their core and gain their trust and respect.

Finally, not least, Maximum Leverage from Daegan Smith went into detail on how to profit and recruit in your business once you have built up a list of leads and brought value and built trust with them.  Everything from basic monetization strategies, to funded proposal creation, to numerous extremely powerful methods of recruiting were covered.

So is Maximum Leverage from Daegan Smith a scam?  I’ll be completely honest here, the course transformed my business and how I built it….and that is an understatement.  I’ve only really dug into about 1/3 of the material that was presented and will be studying it for YEARS.

But let me warn you, there are a couple of things that this program is not……if you expect to waltz in and learn a thing or two and instantly make your millions….this is not for you.  You see it is a training program, laid out in great detail, but if you aren’t going to take any action at all, it won’t work for you, and to be honest, nothing will.

Given the chance, I would fork over the $1,200 and double that for what it is worth.

It is here right in front of you, all you need to do is go grab it.

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Joey January 22, 2010 at 12:47 pm

Hey Curt,

I appreciate the case study. I too use blogging as a major source of my traffic and am always trying to optimize my blog for specific competitive keyword phrases. Submitting to article directories, social bookmarking sites and directories is extremely important. I’m sure the $1,200 was worth the Maximum Leverage course price.

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Kurt Henninger January 23, 2010 at 4:46 pm

Reply,

Hey Joey. Thanks my man. I’m not joking, it was absolutely worth the price I paid. Good training and mentoring programs always are.

Well worth at least looking at for $1.

To Your Future Success,

Kurt

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Nicholas Klein April 3, 2010 at 9:35 am

Kurt-

Awesome review my friend. You and I both know how valuable Daegan’s training was when we paid full price to be the FIRST to discover all of these tactics. Now that it’s only $1 to get started, there’s NO reason to pass this by… unless you don’t really want to succeed online anyway!

You rock,

Nicholas Klein
“The Master of Rapid Residual Recruiting”
http://www.AuthorityNetworker.com

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Michele April 20, 2012 at 2:45 am

Nice Great Post Maximum Leverage has Changed by Business :)

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