Badass Marketers (BAM) creator Joshua T. Osborne puffs out his chest and makes some pretty big claims in this “Simple Asset Biz” (aka Rent Digital Assets) Facebook ad I’ve been seeing all up in my newsfeed lately. But before I get into that, here’s the guy Joshua learned from (as did I), doing a case study with one of his more than 6,000+ students:
So Joshua Osborne, using his best informercial voice, says, “This’ll be the last online business system that you’re ever gonna need. And it’s exactly how I went from $42,000 a year moving boxes to now taking home $42,000 a month on autopilot.”
Then he goes on to say that he invented digital real estate, which is basically a micro-version of what billion dollar companies like Angie’s List and HomeAdvisor are doing; and that, even if you could make just 1% of 1% of what behemoth companies like that are raking in annually, you’d be earning a cool $100k a year.
So is it really that simple? Like, wham, BAM, thank you ma’am? (See what I did there?) Yes and no. What I mean is, the model definitely works. Even for the average person. Case in point, the “simple asset” that he owns that’s making him $1,250 a month, called “Fence Repair Colorado Springs.”
But he oversells it a bit, as most marketers do. I would’ve liked to have seen more emphasis on the work involved, as well as the specifics of how he got the site ranked, how long that process took, how many fence repair businesses he had to hit up before landing a “tenant,” and so on.
Still, the gist of what he’s saying here is true. The process flat-out works, as long as you do. In fact, if Joshua Osborne’s pitch, pics, or landing pages looked familiar?
It’s ’cause he modeled what his mentor did to sell him the same system back in the day. The system that more than 6,000 members use to make extra or full-time income. (Hey, don’t hate the playa, hate the game, amiright?) Props to Josh and whole BAM crew. He may talk a big game, but it seems like he’s backing it up too, and that’s the most important thing—that he walks the walk. Speaking of which, don’t leave without reading this: