Earning $1k and Beyond

My progress of Ramit Sethi's Earn1k Course

How Many Students Actually Make $1,000?

Ramit constantly says he loves feedback and improving on his course. He demonstrates this mercilessly by bombarding any visitor to his sight with a pop-up question in the right hand corner or a survey link in every email he sends you. If this is true, why doesn’t he release his add/drop rate or the amount of money students have earned within 6 months of completing the course.

 Of all the people who have joined the course, what percent actually made at least $1,000 on the side?

Ramit isn’t shy about his confidence nor faith in his course so then why doesn’t he release those numbers? Maybe those numbers aren’t that good and its bad for business. That’s one reason why these experts and their courses turn me off is because they can’t be undermined or critiqued. Maybe this is why he doesn’t have at least a blurb saying 60% of all students earn $1,000 without 6 months of completion.


2 responses to “How Many Students Actually Make $1,000?

  1. John January 4, 2014 at 7:47 pm

    You are probably right about there not being many students that succeed in getting 1k a month but that’s not exactly his fault. He gives you the tips to do well but it is up to the students to use those tips and make extra money. He can’t control what they do. Most people would buy the course because they are looking for a quick fix to make money fast but in reality there is no quick way to make money legally. Making a lot of money takes time and hard work.

    • Jason January 4, 2014 at 10:01 pm

      I would agree many, many students buy into the program thinking they will make a quick buck or believe it’ll solve all their problems. I also do believe he markets his course as a miracle tool that’ll enable these people to make tons of money on the side. Read his testimonials and case studies. He doesn’t include people who make small amounts of money on the side but outlier examples where an average person makes 50-200k extra on the side within a year and get featured in major magazines etc. These are not common success stories you find in your home town. It’s used to take advantage of people who don’t know any better, which is where he deserves to take the blame for their failure.

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