It’s finally hitting the fan, if you know what I mean.
Anytime a good, well-know marketer comes out with a break-through product the Internet marketing scammers swarm like locusts, buy up the product, grab their Duct Tape, bailing wire, and chewing gum, then proceed to cobble together a similar sounding product that falls far short of their ‘inspiration’.
It seems like they they learned the wrong lesson when they heard that “a good Sales Page with an inferior product will out perform an mediocre Sales Page with an exceptional product.”
Take Jonathan Budd’s Get Traffic 3.0, teaching how to build a profitable Facebook Fan Page, blink and next thing you know there is “Fan Page Dollars” and “Get FB Ads For Free” to name only two.
We won’t even get into products with words like “Syphon”, “Hijack”,”Ninja”,or “Stealth.” Like it is some how okay to use underhanded methods to build a business.
Do you really want to be know as:
A Ninja. An assassin dressed all in black that sneaks up on you in the dark and slits your throat?
Hijacker. Steal someone’s ride, with a weapon?
Syphon. Stealing fuel with a hose?
Help is on the way, Ran Aroussi wrote an open letter to all ethical Internet marketers, make it known that no matter how incredibly awesome it sounds a $37.00 product will NOT make ANYONE “a multi-millionaire in 7 clicks of their mouse.” Check it out and….
Pass It On,