Stay Away From “Auto Mass Traffic” Product!?

There was a new product launch, about a new software called “Auto Mass Traffic”. Lots of guru internet marketers are currently  promoting this “amazing” new product.

As I am always seeking for new ways to make money online I visited the salesletter page and after a couple of minutes I bought it.

To be honest, I was VERY excited!! I didn’t had a clue what this new system was, since all they tell you is what it is NOT all about etc. Its about getting so much traffic that can NOT be achieved using Google™, Yahoo™, MSN™, FaceBook™, Google Adwords™, SEO, Twitter™, Adswaps  Joint Ventures and many more COMBINED!?

BUT hey I wanted to find out what it was so I finally decided to buy it.

I was excited until.. 10 minutes later..

10 minutes later from being excited I got VERY DISAPPOINTED.

Not because of the unknown source of traffic but because of the whole marketing these guys are doing in this product promotion.

When you click on the buy button you are then directed to one time offers. Nothing bad with one time offers, however 5 one time offers is a lot and can make someone angry and really upset.

I was about to cancel my purchase JUST because of the amount of the upsells and downsells! I don’t know how many newbies will have the patience to read all these one time offers.

And EVEN if you have the patience you will get disappointed.

All one time offers are pretty much telling you that the “Auto Mass Traffic” software s*cks unless you buy the other products (scripts/training/seminars/webinar stuff). And of course these have either a heavy monthly fee or just a heavy cost.

So there is NO software involved?

Well the only software I could find (actually its a script) were 2 scripts that can be run though your browser. Ok it doesn’t matter if the software can be used by installing it on your computer or just by using it online but it matter when you pay money to get a worthless (almost worthless) tool. Because the first script it’s a very basic looking keyword/URL lookup tool that basically gives you a list of URLs from search engines based on keywords you type in.

So if you type in the keyword phrase “weight loss” it will find out the top rated sites for this specific keyword phrase. WHAT?!  :-o

Why not just going to Google directly and find them for free?!

Ok the good thing is that the second “script” has some value.

It shows you the “Buyer Probability” of a keyword phrase. If you want to get visitors and profit from that traffic then you SHOULD target the “buyer keywords”, because that traffic worth MUCH more than any other traffic even if it’s the 1/10 traffic.

There are so many professional keyword tools and cheap services out there that can give you detailed information. You can even find FREE services such as the Google Adwords Keywords Tool and the MSN Detecting Online Commercial Intention

So why spend $37 for an “almost not that bad” keyword tool?

With your $37 investment they finally reveal you that this automatic software is mainly a basic guide on CPV (Cost Per View) advertising. The guide is not that bad for a newbie marketer. It includes many screenshots and instructions.

But it is incomplete guide and includes many “forgotten” links. They tell you to “click here” but you cant because … there is NO LINK inside the guide!

They promise you..

A new traffic software that makes money on autopilot and they show you a basic keyword tool which is just a tiny part of the whole system..

They promise you..

“NO crushing advertising costs”

and EVEN 867,9811 FREE visitors!!!

and you find out that you have to pay for that traffic. Ok it might be a cheap traffic source but is definitely NOT a free traffic! The DirectCPV company (Contextual Cost Per View Ad Network”) offers a free $25 Voucher HOWEVER you will need to deposit at least $100 to get started…

Hm.. I wonder why they are calling it free visitors?!

They promise you “3 easy steps”

1. Configure this system

2. Activate the software

3. Copy, Paste & Profit

In other words they tell you ALL you have to do is install this thing and then push the magic button and the just collect the cheques…

Hm.. could it be THAT easy? Well not exactly!

Don’t get me wrong, I have no problem paying for traffic, paying for powerful software paying for quality information (I am doing this all the time). I have no problem of the hype that all good salesletter have but WHY all this hype?!

Why is the owner misleading the potential customers?

A happy customer is the key to success, not unhappy (or almost unhappy).

CPV advertising is a traffic source where you can really get cheap traffic. However I would not recommend you to get “Auto Mass Traffic”.

Thank you. As always you can share your opinion if you want to.

Take care,

Andreas

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  1. Jarret September 30, 2010 at 20:52 #

    Or spend your money on Market Samurai :)

  2. Affiliate Marketing@AffiliateProQuo.com September 30, 2010 at 20:52 #

    Hey Andreas…I love the blunt honesty on this product. I have bought a few that were just plain crap or too hard to set up with ten thousand one time offers and if you want this thing to really work you have to buy the $1000 per month membership. I hate this crap and I’m glad you took the time to buy this product and let us know how it really looks from the inside. Keep the good info. coming. Thanks, Rob

  3. Jarret September 30, 2010 at 20:54 #

    You also forgot to mention the *6* popups trying to leave the site ..

  4. Andy Eaton September 30, 2010 at 20:59 #

    Thanks for the honest review about this product. I hate it when I see so many people promoting the same thing and most of them probably havent used it. Thanks

  5. Jayson Guevarra@SEO Expert Training September 30, 2010 at 21:00 #

    It is a good thing that you availed the product and posted an honest evaluation in your blog. I mean, I am not telling that it is good for you that you purchased a product which consists of only hype – the value of your evaluation here will help many online earners. Have a great day everyday!

  6. Alan September 30, 2010 at 21:02 #

    Dear Andreas,

    Many thanks for this honest review and you have just saved me some money because i was going to purchase this product, more out of curiosity than gullibility, because I wanted to check out this software.

  7. AndreasSpyrou September 30, 2010 at 21:06 #

    Hi Jarret,

    Thanks for commenting.

    “AutoMassTraffic” product is not advertised as a keyword tool for SEO purposes but as a software
    that can bring you thousands of visitors without worrying about finding any SEO keywords etc..
    Really amazing! Isnt it? ;)

    Yes definitely Market Samurai is an excellent software for doing keyword analysis and market research.
    Its a little bit expensive (it costs $149) but EVEN if it just showing you the “easy SEO keywords” it worths every penny.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  8. Jonny September 30, 2010 at 21:10 #

    Agreed..! If the product is good, the hype is not needed. I often ignore such pitches.

    I also have a challenge with long presentations, with a bunch of testimonials, and pictures of sports cars, boats, and expensive homes.

    If the product is good, and I can make money with it. I can certainly figure what to do with all the money I make. I do not need to waste time wading through a pile of probably BS to figure out if the product is worth a nickel.

    Good post, your dead on, keep warning the public about this kind of bait & switch and other just plan garbabe products.

  9. AndreasSpyrou September 30, 2010 at 21:18 #

    You welcome Rob!

    Thanks for commenting.

    Very true. They first make you feel that all you need is only what is shown in the sales page BUT when you
    finally decide to buy the product/service they will make you feel it is worthless without all the other missing parts.
    But many people will buy because they are in the “buying mode”. Definitely One time offers are used to give more value to the product and NOT taking the value of the main product/service.

    I will try promoting only products that will give real value and not just misleading us. Just keep an eye.. :)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  10. AndreasSpyrou September 30, 2010 at 21:32 #

    You welcome Alan!

    Yes indeed the sales pages is so well designed that most people will buy just because of curiosity. I suppose I was too.. :)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  11. AndreasSpyrou September 30, 2010 at 21:43 #

    Hi Jayson and thank you for your good comments.

    Helping people doesn’t mean showing just the good products (and the affiliate link) but also showing the traps, mistakes and bad investments.

    It makes me feel wonderful when I know that I helped people save their hard earned money rather than investing (bad invest) through my affliate link. :)

    Have a great day every day too Jayson!

    Take care,
    Andreas

  12. AndreasSpyrou September 30, 2010 at 21:55 #

    Hi Jonny,

    Thanks for commenting.

    A little hype is always needed but too much hype means that something goes wrong on there..
    Arrg! I was too curious and not buying the product.

    Yes I agree. If all the salesletter shows is sport cars and expensive homes then 99% means thats the product is probably a scam. And definitely EVEN if someone makes all that money he might spend it on different things (eg. charity) than expensive houses and cars etc.

    Ok Jonny, I will try “promoting” more garbage products in the future, so keep an eye :)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  13. AndreasSpyrou September 30, 2010 at 21:59 #

    Hehe you are right Jarret. Thanks for mentioning.

  14. AndreasSpyrou September 30, 2010 at 22:13 #

    Hi Andy,

    Thanks for commenting.

    If the product owner has good JV connections with MASSIVE lists then unfortunately the little guy will buy it without a second thought just because all these gurus are promoting it.

    If so many marketers are promoting it then it must be good! Isnt it? Well unfortunately it is not always true.

    Sometimes there are smaller products but REALLY better than any other product that is being promoted by all top gurus. However most people will buy the the most advertised product rather the best for them product.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  15. Jon September 30, 2010 at 22:57 #

    Thanks Andreas

    I actually bought it and thought I must be missing something since those 2 files/scripts were the only software I could find. You’ve saved me some tedious correspondence trying to make it work. It is as useless as it seems!

    All the marketing in the world doesn’t make a so-so product good, does it?

  16. Fran T September 30, 2010 at 23:53 #

    It is sooo refreshing to actually find someone who cares about their readers! Thanks so much for your review. I have already decided ONLY to buy ANYTHING from people I “know”, like and trust. You fit into this category.

    Thanks, Andreas.

  17. KokPang October 1, 2010 at 05:19 #

    @jarret
    6 popups trying to leave the site?

    Now what have I done wrong? I counted 9!

    @andreas
    I recently read a blog post about identifying hype products. One sign it says it’s when the sales copy starts telling you the product is not about this, that & everything else. That’s a warning sign of a hype.

    If I can dig out that post again, I’ll post the link here.

  18. Dave Miller October 1, 2010 at 08:57 #

    Hi Andreas,
    I guess I’ve been ‘taken’ on many occasions with this type of promotion, but not this time thanks to your review.
    Just a footnote fo Jonny,I did an internet marketing course a couple of years ago and the teaching is the long sales page as when tested against the short salespage,it won ‘hands down’.
    Keep up the good work Andres, I for one appreciate it.
    PS: i was looking at the bonuses offered with this product and they might be worth buying the product.
    Dave

  19. AndreasSpyrou October 1, 2010 at 09:40 #

    Hi Fran,

    and WOW! Thank you for your good comments!
    It makes me feel really good! :-)

    You can contact me any time for any help you want.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  20. AndreasSpyrou October 1, 2010 at 09:53 #

    @jarret and @KokPang

    I think there are 7 “confirm” pop ups. It doesn’t matter if 6 or 7 or 9. More than 1 or perhaps 2 is ENOUGH!

    @KokPang

    Exactly. A *little* hype is always needed HOWEVER the owner of this product overdo it telling what this product is NOT about and you thing that he will finally reveal the “secret traffic source” in the end but you find out he didnt. Well it doesnt matter because you are already hooked up and you cannot resist to find out! :)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  21. Steen Rasmussen October 1, 2010 at 09:55 #

    Hi Andreas!
    You are absolutely right, this program even have person by and its serious scam and wordles, for 2 weeks ago i was send a keyword tool who is great it show the same as google and the best of it it also show whits domain who is free so you save some time, but those who send this product you describe, also piss*d me off, and my self i dont buy program for the next 3 month my desktop is full of program and books but i would like to work together with people and and help newbie and and self get help
    One more time you so right this program stink

  22. AndreasSpyrou October 1, 2010 at 10:02 #

    Hi Dave,

    Thank you for your good comments.

    It makes me feel good to know that I helped you and so many other people avoiding this “bad investment”.

    Definitely. Sometimes the different bonuses worth much MUCH more than the actual product. :)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  23. Cheap Website Visitors October 1, 2010 at 10:08 #

    Thanks! You just saved me some money. I was looking at this offer but your article made me change my mind…

  24. AndreasSpyrou October 1, 2010 at 10:14 #

    Hi Steen,

    Thank you for the comment.

    You are so right. My desktop is also full of both good and worthless programs and ebooks and I know how you feel.

    If you need help with anything you can contact me anytime.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  25. AndreasSpyrou October 1, 2010 at 10:17 #

    Hi .. cheap website visitors?
    Please use your real name or a nickname.

    Anyway, thanks for the comment.
    Its makes me feel good that I’ve helped you and other readers not making this bad investment.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  26. AndreasSpyrou October 1, 2010 at 10:28 #

    Hi Jon,

    You are absolutely right. All the marketing in the world doesn’t make a so-so product good. We all expected for an amazing software and all we got was a guide with 2 simple worthless scripts.

    Although we were both fraud I believe the traffic from CPV online advertising networks worths a try.

    But definitely I am sure that there is a better product on CPV (Cost Per View) advertising.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  27. Paul Power October 3, 2010 at 14:11 #

    Hi Andreas,

    Once again, another example of a product claiming to be the key to our success, yet seemingly unable to deliver the promises they make.

    I read your review on Auto Mass Traffic, and, you saved me some more of my hard earned cash. It goes to prove that there are good guys out there in the Internet Marketing world, and you are one of the few.

    Thanks for saving me $37.00, and a great review.

    Keep telling the truth.

    Paul Power.

  28. AndreasSpyrou October 4, 2010 at 16:50 #

    Hi Paul,

    Thank you for your good comments! I really appreciate it. :-)

    This is the purpose of an internet marketer (in any niche). Helping and protecting his subscribers and not always selling them.

    It makes me feel really good to know that I helped you Paul and other people, from not making the same mistake I did. I’ve personally spent a LOT of money that I could invest somewhere else, so I know how you feel. Ok $37 is not such a big deal, however why are some people misleading people?!

    Oh and by the way, hiring Ray Johnson as your mentor is a GOOD investment. ;-)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  29. Barry@The Newbies Guide October 4, 2010 at 17:23 #

    Hi Andreas, what a refreshing change.

    I’ve just got back (well 2 weeks ago) from a 4 week brake after an operation and my inbox was full of emails promoting this.

    Luckily I had so much catching up to do that I blanked all emails that were promoting things, and i’m glad i did now.

    If the market was full of people like you, (honest and considerate) it would be a better place and people would not be so worried about being ripped off.

    I take my hat off to you,
    Barry

  30. Paul Power October 5, 2010 at 18:35 #

    Hi Andreas,

    I understand what you are saying fully, sadly, like yourself, I to have spent way too much money on investing on products that cannot deliver.

    Thanks for the nice reply, and glad to know that you think having Ray as my mentor is a good investment, that reassures me that my future is in safe hands.

    One more thing, what did you think of my blog please?

    Take Care,

    Paul

  31. AndreasSpyrou October 5, 2010 at 19:32 #

    Hi Barry!

    I’ve heard about your operation. I hope everything went ok and to recover quick.

    Thank you for your good comments.

    Yes I am VERY disappointed of many products. Just promising everything and delivering nothing. I will try “promoting” products that really worth a try reading them and using the information inside.

    I will try protecting my subscribers and my blog visitors as much as I can, from every scam I come across and also the different mistakes that I am making.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  32. AndreasSpyrou October 5, 2010 at 20:07 #

    Hi Paul,

    I know because Ray is also ..my mentor! :)
    I previously had another mentor (one of the BIGGEST gurus online) but unfortunately he wasn’t helping me as much I wish he did.

    Your blog looks good. Of course you can always improve it by making changes. A blog or a website is never considered as finished. :)

    OK here are a few of my PERSONAL recommendations:

    1. PowerUp100Marketing.com? Why not using your name? I think it will be easier for someone to remember.

    2. Try having LESS advertisements. You have too many ads and some are even duplicate.

    3. Change your title from “PowerUp 100 Marketing” (none is searching this – well at least not now)with a good related SEO title. Try targeting eg. 2 easy keyword phrases. If possible combine them with a good slogan eg. “Power up your internet marketing techniques with Paul Power” etc..

    4. Improve your opt-in form. What exactly are you going to give to the potential subscriber? A free gift? WHAT will teach your subscriber? PPC marketing? affiliate marketing? twitter traffic? SEO traffic? What will he learn by entering his email address?

    5. Make your links blue or black. Orange links with white background is not viewable.

    6. Add your picture on the blog to increase trust with your subscribers. (I know I have to do it too.. :) )

    6. Remove your Meta links:

    7. But most importantly try blogging and sharing useful internet marketing information as more often as you can.

    DONT spend the whole time just improving the design of your blog. It will be NEVER perfect. There are LOTS of other important things to do in your online business – which takes TIME!

    Ok, as I told you before this is my personal advice. You can ask Ray for these and anything else. :)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  33. Loft Conversion London October 7, 2010 at 16:40 #

    I am looking to for the same stuff as your post. I am glad that you gave your readers a warning, I will always remember this about “Auto Mass Traffic”. I don’t want to be flooded by upsells and downsells offers anyway.

  34. Andy @ learn and groove musical table October 11, 2010 at 12:52 #

    Thanks for your honesty for sharing this testimony. Yes, it was truly disappointing to know that you spend money but then again, it will be just a waste. This serves as a warning for us. I do admire you courage to speak dude. :D

  35. AndreasSpyrou October 11, 2010 at 15:47 #

    Hi Andy,

    Thank you for you good comments. I am trying to do my best to help you.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  36. AndreasSpyrou October 11, 2010 at 15:49 #

    Hi there,

    Thank you for you good comments. I am trying to do my best to help you.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  37. Steve@social bookmarking October 12, 2010 at 05:31 #

    Hi Andreas, thanks for the low down on the AMT. I’d say you you’ve cut to the chase of today’s hype marketing methods. I’ve almost come to expect the upsell, the bump, the side-kick, what have you every time I make an IM purchase. Personally, I prefer the reduced price exit splash one time offer and then the string of upsells that follow, lol. Seriously, it’s too bad that the AMT marketing style is what passes for an advanced sales technique because as you described it, it looks a bit deceptive and a little bit seedy even if it does produce more sales and conversions. Take care, Steve D.

  38. AndreasSpyrou October 12, 2010 at 18:56 #

    Hi Steve,

    Thank you for the comment.

    Yes it is a little bit deceptive.
    Upsells and Downsell are almost in every product but AutoMassTraffic has 5 one time offers which I believe is too much! A reduced price offer is good to be included in an exit splash but I dont think that the upsell or downsell offer that follows will be also reduced. :-)

    Take care,
    Andreas

  39. Dawn Kay October 22, 2010 at 12:26 #

    Hi Andreas

    Thanks for your warning about the product its nice when someone puts there readers and subscribers first and I’m sure you’ve saved a lot of people from parting with their money.

    Five oto’s is a bit much don’t you think I always get fed up after one and cancel.

    Regards

    Dawn

  40. AndreasSpyrou October 22, 2010 at 14:21 #

    Hi Dawn,

    Thank you for your good comments. Definitely I have to respect and protect my subscribers and blog readers. It makes me feel good to know that I managed to help people. :)

    Take care,
    Andreas

    PS. Do you use Facebook Dawn? I sent you a personal invitation some time ago.

  41. Daniel@PPCmarketing October 24, 2010 at 20:47 #

    Hi, Andreas.

    Thanks first for the honesty and transparency you put forth in this review, but also the effort you put into it. I really enjoyed the breakdown in the sales process you noted; I really am starting to hate one time offers. I totally understand how a newbie can get lost in the sales process with OTO’s. I have learned to scroll down to the bottom of the page instantly now and look for the “No Thanks” link automatically now.

    I also appreciated the screen shots on the product but more importantly ‘why’ you were so disappointed. That is one product I will NOT be purchasing in the future.

    Sincerely,

    Daniel Tetreault.
    Victoria, BC

  42. AndreasSpyrou October 24, 2010 at 23:34 #

    Hi Daniel,

    Thank you for your good comments. I tried to do my best to help other people and especially newbies avoid this “bad investment”.

    I am here to help so if you need anything just let me know.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  43. Gary Wynder December 26, 2010 at 18:42 #

    Hello Andreas!
    I am writing you this comment message on your blog because it doesn’t seem to be possible to reply to your email messages directly to your email address. When I tried to do that, I just got directed to your helpdesk by your autoresponder and this is more of a personal letter to you rather than a support issue, so here I am again!

    I really hope that you too have been able to enjoy a very happy Christmas this year, anyway Andreas!
    Many thanks for your very nice email and for your very kind offer to help me with my online business!

    I’ve just been having another read of your blog again and I can see that this is a really good blog and I can also see from how you administer the blog that you are very strongly motivated by a real and genuine desire to be able to really help people!
    This is a real breath of fresh air to my way of thinking, to find somebody like yourself online who is prepared to help someone like me who is still struggling to properly understand and get my head around making money online and internet marketing and affiliate marketing!

    Any help or advice that you are able to offer to me in my internet struggles and with my internet activities would be very greatly appreciated!

    One of my main problems is in being able to properly understand things I come especially such things as keyword research/optimisation and google
    rankings. I still don’t properly understand what google rankings actually means! I will get
    back to you again in the next week or so about some of these things if that’s alright with
    you Andreas? (My wife gets angry and edgy if I spend too much time on the computer, so
    I have to restrict my usage and the amount of time I can spend online up to a certain
    point).

    But anyway, thank you once again for your very kind email and your very kind earlier advice!
    I’ll be in touch again soon, Andreas, and will look forward to communicating with you further.

    Best Regards and Best Wishes, sincerely, from
    Gary Wynder (Oxford, United Kingdom).

  44. AndreasSpyrou December 26, 2010 at 21:21 #

    Hi Gary!

    Yes I was able to celebrate the Christmas day with family and friends in a beautiful sunshine day. How was your Christmas day up in cooooold UK!? :) I am sure you can really feel Christmas with the snow there..

    Thank you for your good comments about my blog. I am trying to do my best. If you need help with a topic just let me know and I might have a full blog post about it. I havent really created many blog posts this year but I will share more internet marketing related information in the new year 2011.

    So let me help you clarify a few things:

    Keyword Phrase is basically a word or group of words that include a search term. eg. make nice money online

    Keyword Research is basically a practice used by marketers to find and research different keyword phrases (search terms) that people enter into the search engines.

    Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is basically the process of improving the website traffic from search engines such as G! Yahoo!, Bing etc.

    Google Rankings is basically the position of a website in G! on a search results page after doing a search is G! on particular keyword phrase.

    So as an illustration (and ONLY as an illustration) I will try to use your blog. For example after a keyword research I found that the keyword phrase make nice money online can be easily ranked in G! It can get a good Google ranking for this keyword phrase. Therefore a marketer will try to Optimize his website/blog by applying Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

    You can get back to me whenever you want Gary (and whenever your wife allows you of course! :) )

    Take care,
    Andreas

    PS.
    I am getting your emails and replied to you. Please confirm that you can get my email replies too.

  45. Brandon Connell January 10, 2011 at 22:57 #

    It’s kind of funny in a way because I would NEVER produce a product that had broken links. It just doesn’t happen with me. I am too much of a perfectionist. I even go out of my way to create “pretty links” in order to adjust the target url if some website should go bad that was mentioned in my ebooks. I can just go in and change the landing url to something else so the links are never broken. It sounds like these guys didn’t even proofread their product before publishing it as they were in a hurry to make money selling it.

  46. AndreasSpyrou January 10, 2011 at 23:53 #

    Hi Brandon,

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.

    Indeed, you have to have another ‘deep’ look inside your product before selling it. I dont think these guys care.

    But on the other hand, none can create a 100% perfect product. So dont wait publishing a product until it is 100% perfect. You have to keep it going but always have your customers in mind before anything else.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  47. Robert Simpson January 11, 2011 at 22:15 #

    Hi Andreas,

    You certainly hit the spot with this post huh?

    So many comments… :)

    Great review, honest review and there are so many similar hyped up products online it kinda puts you off buying.

    I vowed to myself 7 months ago now to STOP buying over priced hyped up products for this very reason. As for the rediculous amount of OTO’s, upsells, downsells, especially when you have just purchased is totally pathetic…

    I think you were spot on when you said it must be because the initial product is crap!

    Personally I reckon they apply this over the top OTO tactic because they know they ain’t gonna get any upsells when the buyer sees the initial product!

    If any upsell is gonna take place it’s going to be there and then. I am very wary of HYPE now especially now I have Alex Jeffreys as my mentor. :)

    Thanks for writing such a compelling review,
    Robert :)

  48. AndreasSpyrou January 12, 2011 at 00:38 #

    Hi Robert,

    Thanks for your good words.

    I sure did! :) This is because I just gave an honest product review and informed my subscribers and readers right away about this *bad* investment.

    This is also my purpose for this year too. Protecting my subscribers and readers and *letting* my affiliate commissions behind. More reviews are coming soon.

    Well done for avoiding over priced hyped up products! If you dont understand what a product does BEFORE buying it, then RUN AWAY!!

    Having one and perhaps two one time offers that gives more value to the product is OK. However having six one time offers is enough! The worst thing is that if you dont buy one of the six OTOs the initial product is useless!

    Just follow the advice of Alex, do what it advices you and you will be fine.. :)

    Thanks again for your good words.

    Take care,
    Andreas

  49. seph from bulk email marketing January 25, 2011 at 08:17 #

    In my humble opinion this is one of the biggest overlooked topics out there. It seems like everyone thinks about this but no one ever seems to talk about it.

    Thanks for the refreshing views!And good luck to this site!

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