Have you ever been conned by one of those infamous “products” that promise Internet Marketing riches at the “click of a button”?
I hope not, because it is one of the worst feelings you can ever feel, that of being mislead and taken advantage of, by people claiming to have the solution to “your problems”.
The Internet Marketing world has unfortunately seen too many of these clowns to date, clowns who put up a circus act of false empathy and non-existent value at the cost of people’s problems and desperation.
These clowns are not Internet Marketing experts, they are cheap, do-no-good’ers who persistently ruin the industry for both the learner and the learned who are genuinely trying to educate the learners.
Head over to ClickBank and browse through the E-Business/E-Marketing section, there you will find a TONNE of these push-button packages with sky-rocketing “gravity”.. Are that many people actually being sold on these sales pitches full of lies and trickery..?
That is appalling… absolutely appalling…
What have these product owners brought the Internet Marketing industry to? Do they not have the conscience to know that karma is one serious ***** and will eventually come back to haunt them?
It baffles me sometimes.
Never in my entire career have I ever launched a product that wouldn’t over-deliver on it’s promise, wouldn’t actually get users the results it allows them to achieve through steady effort, among other positives. And I’m not the only one who claims this, there are several tens of honest Internet Marketing professionals out there who have made it their sole purpose to train people so they can actually benefit from the vast landscapes worth of opportunity the Internet Marketing industry has to offer, not use their audience’s need to make a better living to their advantage, that’s just wrong, it is so wrong it makes me cringe by the very thought of it..
I personally think that there needs to be a movement of sorts in the Internet Marketing industry to eradicate even the most remote potential for anyone being able to launch another rubbish push-button product, ever.
Affiliate Networks like ClickBank should monitor new product submissions closely and prevent any of these clowns from publishing such nonsense. It will only help clean up the industry and take it back to the standing of credibility and immense opportunity that it enjoyed once (many lifetimes ago it seems..)
If the networks these guys sell these misleading products on can’t stop vendors from publishing them, then there will almost undoubtedly, never come a change for the better. There should be stricter regulations in place that govern the submission of products on any affiliate network, so customers buying from anyone should atleast know in advance that the product has been thoroughly screened before being allowed up for sale.
This is in no way a deterrent to product creators at all. Infact it’s even better if products are screened for compliance with a new set of stricter publishing regulations so that product owners automatically see lower refund rates and higher credibility associated with their creations, boosting sales.
The Internet Marketing industry has taken way too many blows in these last few years, at the hands of people who clearly have no self-esteem and integrity if they can take people’s money for garbage of the likes that we all see online today, particularly in the “make money online” niche. The “make money online” niche has been taken to its grave because of this lack of ethics, little do people know anymore how many “legitimate” opportunities, strategies, tactics and software there are out there that can “actually work” but go unnoticed because of the mafia of scam leaders that plagues affiliate networks today.
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Ali is also an Affiliate Marketer, Product Creation & Launch Consultant, Copywriter, and one of the most Highly Recognized Programmers in theÂ Home Based Internet Marketing world, the Lead Technologist behind the Blockbuster Launch of The Internet Time Machine, and Search Engine NowRelevant.com, and mentioned in several International News Publications such as Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, NY Times, LA Times, and Reuters, to name a few, for his work.