Frank Kern’s Core Influence – The Beginning

My friend Kelvin swears by this guy named Frank Kern, who’s one of the top internet marketers in the world. I have to admit that I don’t know as much about him as I probably should. Anyway, Kelvin’s been trying to get me to look at this guy’s stuff for awhile now, and I’ve kind of poo-poo’d it off, not because I thought it was a sham or anything, but because time is not always my friend.

Anyway, I decided to finally follow him up on one of the links he provided where I could check out a short free video. It’s a link like this one, and let me get through this post before you think about clicking on it.

I clicked on the link and it took me to a 90 second video with Frank standing in front of water with waves splashing on the beach asking me to opt-in to this site so they can provide me with a link to a video. He also says I’ll have to do the double opt-in, as they’re going to send me an email so I can fully confirm.

That part is done, and now there’s a second page that comes up. Truthfully, as I write this, that’s where I am. There’s a short 2 1/2 minute video I’m supposed to watch first, then the main Core Influence video, which I guess is pretty long. Kelvin says it’s a great start and fully endorses it, so I figure I’ll go ahead and give it a shot. For full disclosure, by the time you read this I should have finished the video, as it’s the long holiday weekend here in the United States, and y’all know I write some of these ahead of time.

This means that at some future point I may have something more to say about it all. Now, about that link I gave you before. It turns out that there’s a Core Influence 2, and to get to see that you have to have at least 3 people click that link and decide they want to opt-in to see the original Core Influence video. Now, I’m not sure yet whether I’ll even want to see the second video, but you know, both videos are free, and it’s only the second video you have to do a little bit of work to see. So, if any of you are predisposed to click on that first link, all I’ll say is I’ve provided the conduit, and I’m good to go.

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10 thoughts on “Frank Kern’s Core Influence – The Beginning”

  1. Good afternoon, Mitch.

    I know i may be in the minority and a lot of people like Frank, but I’m not one of them.

    He was my sponsor in SFI and over the course of several years I emailed him at least a dozen times and he never responded — not once.

    Now, If I had a very motivated person emailing me, I’d have had the courtesy to respond at least once and say hello.

    It’s not like I was asking for anything; I just wanted to make contact.

    I would avoid Frank Kern.

    You’ll notice that I’ve never said that about anyone else in any of my comments.

    I won’t debate my opinion with anyone and won’t reply to any other comments in this thread. I just thought you deserved my honest opinion.

    Just my 2 cents worth.

    Your mileage may vary. Objects in this mirror are closer than they appear. Close cover before striking. Always let sleeping dragons sleep.

    All the best,


    1. Hi John,

      I respect your opinion on this type of thing, and I’m glad you shared it. I have to admit that I’m troubled by one aspect of what I’ve listened to so far, and that’s the language. People love saying that they don’t feel the need to temper themselves around adults, but I find that it somewhat diminishes my belief in them if I’m supposed to be learning something from them. It’s not very professional, which is why I have problems with that Gary Vaynerchuk guy that everyone else seems to love. If that’s the kind of respect they give to people who might think about buying from them, then what will the rest of us get?

      Thanks again.

  2. Count me out. You know how I feel about opting in and getting bombarded with emails, all trying to suck money out of me. Nope not even when hell freezes over.

    Thanks John for your input. The way he treats others speaks volumes.
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..The Importance Of Honesty In Blogging =-.

    1. Sire, that’s why I have a couple of throwaway email addresses, which I use instead of my main email addresses. It allows me to try things out to see what they’re really all about.

      1. You mean like I’m letting you do with that toolbar and that other program? lol

  3. Frank Kern is as you say a massive player in the IM industry. I have seen him promote products that sell for $1000 but only to a limited number of people.

    A few IMers I have spoken to in the past really rate him but I cannot speak from personal experience.
    .-= Peter Davies´s last blog ..Reasons Why Email Marketing is Better Than Print Advertising =-.

    1. I just can’t say, Peter. I watched the first video and have to admit that I didn’t get anything out of it that I don’t already do.

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