So, you’ve heard of the amazing “money getting” program called OMG Machines?
If so, you know that it is hands down the best place to learn how to make a living online and that I’ve been part of it since 2012. It’s one of the reasons I can compete in the search engine optimization space so well and drive revenues by selling other people’s products online. In case you surfed into this page first and didn’t visit my home page, go ahead and click here to learn more about me. You can also read other updates on this site, like this one, that talk about the lifestyle I’ve been able to achieve by using hustle, grit, and knowledge, to earn free traffic from Google, YouTube, Bing, Amazon, and other sources. Traffic brings eyeballs to your site, and when you have a website that sells anything of value, well, that’s a tremendous thing.
How OMG Machines Shaped My SEO Career
You see, way back in 2012 I was doing exactly what I’m doing today, just on a smaller scale.
I’m going to share with you my FULL experience with this amazing organization right here in this OMG Machines review. You’ll see that I spare no details in telling you everything I know (and owe) to this amazing SEO and Internet Marketing training course.
I’ve been in the online marketing space officially since taking a job in Miami at a place called Web Genius, one of the first ever SEO Agencies and a great place to learn the essentials of how to earn a living online from organic search engine traffic. I was always into the Internet, and was toying around with chat rooms, search engines, making GeoCities websites, Yahoo! Pages, and more, since the mid 1990’s when it became available on dial up in my home State of Minnesota. My interest in the web never waned, and I always knew that making a living from the confines of my own Internet connection was my destiny.
A lot changed from my days at Web Genius until 2012. Let’s go over some of the raw details:
- I saw Yahoo! lose it’s position as the premium search engine.
- I witnessed the rise of Google – and knew someone there who was making $30,000 a year on salary but cashed in over $40 million when they went public.
- I partnered up with Brad Konia, one of the original SEO’s and an inventor who holds numerous Internet Patents. We did marvelous things together and our success led me to be able to take a sabbatical and semi retire to Costa Rica for a few years.
- I dominated search engines, got out of the game, and then got back in almost three years later. I don’t recommend ever doing that.
- I had traffic and rankings on absolute lock down until a HUGE Google update left me speechless and looking for answers.
If your time spent online dates back to 2012, you remember the Google Penguin update. It wreaked havoc on my empire and took my earnings from six figures monthly down to about one tenth of that. Literally, rankings fell off every minute on over a dozen sites of mine to the point that I was only generating about 5% of the traffic I had before that update. If you can dominate something, like I was doing to Google at the time, Michael Jordan style, for several years, and then all of a sudden overnight you can’t do it anymore, you certainly are left looking for answers.
How OMGMACHINES Changed All Of This Forever
Before I surfed into this website featuring a cartoon of David Mills, Mike Long, and Greg Morrison, the original founders of this SEO and online money getting training program, I had literally tried everything to regain my SEO form. I had studied threads on white hat and black hat SEO forums. I’d hired mentors and guru’s who claimed they had the new algorithm figured out. I even went as far as going doubling my ad spend on links and content in a last ditch effort to get my sites back to their rock solid rankings. Nothing worked.
Desperation set in, and I was staring at this rather new program that promised over the shoulder video tutorials, constant content updates, and methods that simply seemed like they were providing me an unfair advantage. This was it. This was the last SEO training course I was going to invest in. If this didn’t work, I was going to peacefully bow out and search for other angles to make a living online.
Now, I will say that I knew Mike Long prior to this training. He’s an online marketing legend and has been around as long as I have. We ran around in many similar circles and knew a lot of the same people. While we had exchanged messages online and had brief conversations at industry events, I didn’t really “know him” like I do today. Once I signed up, he reached out to me and personally greeted me and welcomed me to the program, which was a really nice touch. It was like hearing from an old friend who just wanted to say “have a great day.” It got me pretty excited and after catching up on my current situation, he assured me I was in the right place at the right time. This could not have been a more truth statement and defining moment in my career.
Low and behold, once I signed up I got instant access and I was hooked.
There seems to be an infinite amount of videos inside the member’s area. It’s highly organized, so don’t worry about being inundated with things you won’t understand if you are new to earning a living online or doing anything technical. Everything is in sections, so if you are interested in learning about Amazon.com selling tactics, that’s all in one area. If you are an SEO (like me), you’ll want to get started in Greg Morrison’s section. There are so many coaches, which I’ll list later, that all have their own respective specialty – it’s insane. It’s like having the best football player at every position train you at what he does, over the shoulder. That’s access!
You can also jump on webinars constantly and ask questions about anything that happens inside OMG. There are many different sets of “office hours” for members and you can interact with the coaches during those sessions.
The access to information is incredible. The laundry list of “coaches” who help out includes some of the top names in online marketing. People like Kotton Grammer, who operates one of the largest SEO agencies in the USA. Every method he uses to run the agency, manage clients, perform services for the clients, and continue to grow, build, and scale, is covered with a fine tooth comb.
If you are someone looking to sell a physical product, there are two ways you can go with this. Currently, Stephen Floyd is teaching e-commerce tactics and strategy, but he’s also a rock star local SEO coach. If you are interested in selling on Amazon.com, something I’ve done for over 9 years, Liz Herrera is the best resource known to man when it comes to operational advice and sourcing products. Inside of OMG Machines, she has built her own team of people who share their tricks and methods that will help anyone build or scale their Amazon.com business. (On a personal note, following her blueprints has helped me – an affiliate marketing specialist with ownership in multiple e-commerce and physical product ventures as well, MASSIVELY scale my revenues on Amazon.com.)
There are so many more coaches – and successful students – who have evolved into not just being members, but also who are sharing wins with the group, motivating others, and making life easier due to the sheer abundance of information they share every day.
You won’t find a more robust group of people teaching not just one – but several ways of earning a living online – than OMG Machines.
For a very limited time, if you are interested in joining this elite group, I’m offering a bonus and a helping hand to help you get started if you join up with my assistance. (The group isn’t always open, but being one of the inaugural members, as well as a speaker at their live events, I have my ways, I’ll just need to speak with you first.)