If you are thinking of joining Dan Raine and Ed Dale’s internet marketing coaching program the Immediate Edge but currently undecided then you’ll want to read this article.
Specifically we’ll take a look at who should – and who shouldn’t – sign up, the program’s major strengths, and how to get the most benefit from the program. After reading this article, you should be able to make your mind up as to whether Immediate Edge is right for you.
Who should sign up for Immediate Edge?
One thing for certain is that if you’re a beginner to internet marketing then this isn’t for you. There is no hand holding to get you going slowly, this is real in at the deep end sink or swim stuff.
If you’re a beginner go and join the Thirty Day Challenge or SBI, where you’ll learn the basics of internet marketing and once you’ve got that experience under your belt you’ll be in a better position to take advantage of Immediate Edge.
If you do have experience of internet marketing and know how to get traffic to your website then you may be right for Immediate Edge. If you’re already selling stuff online, either directly or through an affiliate program, even better.
And if you’re looking to find out what the really cutting edge stuff going on in the labs of the leading internet marketers to really increase your email list signups, rocket your traffic numbers and boost your sales conversion ratios then there is a good chance that it’s time to look no further and sign up for the Immediate Edge.
Major strengths – and weaknesses
When I first joined Immediate Edge it was based around a project approach, the idea being that members were allowed to see what Dan and Ed were doing as they went along – a peek over their shoulders if you like.
While this approach sounds good, it didn’t work well in practice. Projects seemed to be dropped without explanation after a few lessons and what was provided didn’t always follow on well.
While I have an enormous amount of respect for Dan and Ed they didn’t appear to be adhering to one of their golden rules – you need a team to make things work these days.
Luckily they recognised this weakness and addressed it by taking on a number of interns to get their hands dirty behind the scenes. More recently they have also decided change the focus to more cutting edge internet marketing techniques and tools, things that will start to be used by other internet marketers in 12 months time and far longer than that to become mainstream techniques.
That means that the monthly newsletter produced by Dan will be immediately useful as you can take strategies and tactics straight from its pages and apply them immediate.
While Dan focuses on producing written information, Ed is the master of video. Although some claim he has a face designed for radio – and others say he has a voice designed for mime – he is a natural in front of the camera and while his videos are uber informal, he really knows how to break down the barriers created by distance and the guru/disciple relationship so that you feel you know him. No wonder he is a highly successful internet marketer, as he gains people’s trust immediately.