Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by jonnap, Apr 25, 2007.
Anyone have any info about this? Is it for real? I couldn't find any info of it...
No program will do it all for you. You will never make money
expecting other people to do it for you.
The only way to make money is to market your program and
Any thing that tells you different is playing a trick on you.
You could get lucky and make a few bucks here and there...
but if you are unwilling to learn marketing skills, you will
never make any real money in the industry.
Never heard of it, but see if you can find out anything about it at http://ripoffreport.com - if you see some dirt about it, come back here and let everyone know.
Unfortunately I didn't find anything about it, but I can't believe one can make money like that... I mean t really is like malibu said, I know I've only made cash online by actually working, or building a system to work for me.
MASS sounds too good to be true and it probably is, but I'm curious.
You might make a few bucks here and there.
Its harmless probably. Their automated marketing
they do for you posts to FFAs and stuff like that.
Such a system will make a sale every now and then.
Its important to look at the product:
-does it have clear value?
-would you use it?
-could you write a sales page or an email about the product itself and sell it?
Many of the PLR deals are just an excuse to move money around.
I don't respect this approach to business building but their will
always be a group of people who say:
"I don't care what the product is as long as I can find some buyer!"
When the product is a money-making bizop, the buyer will buy the
opportunity to make money, but when he finds out the product
is lame or he can get it elseswhere for a tiny fraction of what he
paid, he feels ripped off and doesn't remain a customer.
Choose your products wisely, folks. Its the way to build a long-term
loyal customer list.
Quoting: malibumentorChoose your products wisely, folks. Its the way to build a long-term
loyal customer list.
Thats the way. We must think far ahead and treat affiliate marketing like a real business. If we don't treat it seriously, there's no way we can succeed. And a real business has plans and strategies for future. So I totally agree that product is very very important.
And seriously, boos to those affiliates who have never even tried a product before trying to write a pre-sell page on it or whatever. The least they could do was to buy it and try/read it themselves.
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