Had your fingers burned by the latest internet marketing wonder product that promised the earth but failed to deliver?
If so, this post is for you.
I am increasingly amazed at the lengths some marketers go to to sell their products.
I received a promotional email for “Auto Traffic Avalanche” a few weeks back, I was so impressed by the sales copy which included a very convincing video that my first thought was to share this great product with you.
I visited the affiliate resource page and it was then that I started to ‘smell a rat’.
I decided I would take this opportunity to give you a few ‘buyer beware’ tips and here is the short video I created to do just that.
Visiting the affiliate resource page (there is usually a link at the bottom of the sales page) will give you a totally different perspective on the product.
Also, be prepared for the ‘up sell’ or more often than not the ‘up sells‘.
How often have you seen the marketer promise you the earth in the sales copy only to tell you that your newly acquired ‘wonder product’ won’t do what you thought it would UNLESS you spend another $79 on the up sell product?
So the next time you receive a promotional email about the latest IM wonder product promising to share a “secret loophole” that will catapult you to huge profits on “autopilot”, stop, step back and remember the old saying;
“if it sounds too good to be true…………. it probably is”
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