One of the biggest news that yesterday hit the world of internet marketing is that Allen Says has sold his Warrior Forum to Freelancer.com, for an amount around 3.2 million of dollars. After 16 years, 730,000 users and an incredible number of WSO offers, now Warrior Forum is property of the famous freelancing website.
Matt Barrie, chief executive of Freelancer.com, this morning has sent his personal message to the entire community, announcing the reduction of WSO launch price from $40 to $20, and that all War Room members will have their 20 year membership extended to lifetime, automatically, while new members can just pay $20 per year. Two good deals to start with a boost!
There won’t be too many changes, even if Freelancer.com engineers will add many more functions, and probably they will remove something. We are all curious to see how the Warrior Forum section “Warriors for Hire” will do, now that one of the best freelancing websites of the world purchased it. And for the rest, we can just hope everything will be bright for the future of Warrior Forum.
It’s sad to see Allen Says selling his creature after 16 years, and for many of us, Warrior Forum was a starting point. All my WSOs, except one, were launched just there, and just the last was launched on another network for the problems in setting up the OTOs with new WF method. So now there’s no other thing to do than preparing for a new explosive relaunch of the best internet marketing forum ever.
This is the message I received this morning, and I will reach Matt Barrie this afternoon with my message:
My internet marketing career started back in 2008. After studying for almost a year, I especialized myself in product creation, blog flipping, email marketing, social media and blogging. I've launched more than 52 products on Warrior Forum and Clicbank and I helped many IM newbies to reach their target. If you want to contact me, please click the "Contact Me" button here on the left.