More on Gurus / “MLM Mondays”

Last month I asked a couple of questions about Internet MLM Guru’s; like for instance, do they do what they preach?

I haven’t spent any money on these gurus yet, But I did visit a few websites and signed up for their free email newsletters.

Most of these websites offer a continuing series of emails that arrive almost daily, sometimes twice daily, touting not only the guru’s current e-course, but also the latest, greatest new course that they are working on.

Interspersed in the copy of the emails are short ads for the current course or a link to an affiliate associate’s course on a related topic.

But, if you wade through all that, you can pick up a few tidbits of actual advice and, on most days, a bit of motivation.

Currently, I have enrolled in 4 email newsletters.

The first two deal with a comedy stand-up business course and another entertainer course.

But the next two deal with Multi-level Marketing.

The first is from Daegan Smith, owner of the Internet MLM Success site. Mr. Smith appears to have had some experience with MLM, and frankly, I like what he says in most of his articles. Daegan also has among his website corral, a blog called the Ultimate MLM Blog.

I’m enjoying his emails, but still haven’t decided to plunk down any money. (most of these courses are available for $97.00…this price seems to be the Internet equivalent of those $19.95 TV offers…almost all the course are $97 or $197 in price.)

The second guru is a recent find of mine, thanks to one of those comedy emails I’m receiving. This guru is all about list-building…address list building.

His name is Tellman Knudson, and he runs the website, My First List, as well as the Tellman’s List Building Blog.

The reason that the comedy email recommended Tellman Knudson was his video promo on listbuilding that Knudson uploaded to YouTube. Think of it as an internet 2-minute infomercial.

Tellman wants to teach people how to “eat Frito’s, drink Pepsi, and play video games” AND “make money.” I prefer Dr. Pepper, but I love Frito’s.

Again, I’m enjoying the emails, but I can’t seem to turn loose any cash to these guys yet.

Maybe, I’m being too skeptical but I’m going to consider some of these e-courses as I read their daily emails and I may sign up for a few more of these absolutely-free- with-no-obligation-email-newsletters up until year’s end.

I’ll let you know if I “too can become an Internet guru and make ton’s of money”

As always, I welcome comments on Guru’s you use, Guru news, and new Guru’s.


UPDATE JUNE 2016: Ultimate MLM Blog is no longer available on the Internet and is not Archived.

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4 Responses to More on Gurus / “MLM Mondays”

  1. MLMInformer says:


    I have ordered Daegan’s $97 ebook. It’s ok information, but uses it to promote his MLM program also. Very good information to promote online.

    Another MLM guru you might want to look into is from Mike Dillard from He offers a free 10 day bootcamp on promoting your MLM online. I have also ordered his MLM sponsoring ebook and have a copy of his $500 MLM Traffic Formula course. Very good information and highly advanced traffic secrets.


  2. Anonymous says:

    Dave Iv’e been getting stuff from Neil Waterhuose but haven’t really been paying much attention to it. Do you know anything about his “great deal”? GAE

  3. I haven’t heard of Neil Waterhouse, but that means little.

    Send me a link to his site.


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