what do you think products like pure leverage n gvo?

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since they're cheap compared to its competitor, like pure leverage is a set of tools for internet marketers, they have a great price , but what do you recommend using them for our marketing needs?

lowest aweber cost = 4 or 5 of pure leverage tool subscription fee..

what do you think?
#gvo #leverage #products #pure
  • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
    I would choose Aweber any day of the week it is not going anywhere

    Pure leverage on the other hand who knows how long they will be around its a coin flip in my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrFume
    Pure Leverage is actually an interesting company, they not only have an autoresponder they provide video conference and a few other tools that could be very handy - plus they offer an affiliate program that seems very good - I believe they are pretty solid. I have no affiliate association with them, just an opinion.
    Listwire.com is interesting also if you want a genuinely free Autoresponder service!
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by visimedia View Post

    what do you recommend using them for our marketing needs?
    I recommend having absolutely nothing to do with them at all.

    A minimum of objective online research (dismissing the hype from the people involved in the MLM opportunity that promotes this crap - and I'm saying this even as a pro-MLM person, myself!) will very quickly demonstrate many of the reasons why.

    Originally Posted by visimedia View Post

    lowest aweber cost = 4 or 5 of pure leverage tool subscription fee..

    what do you think?
    Judgement is everything. All one needs to do is identify and examine the experiences of people who have used those products/services and aren't involved in promoting the MLM. (Even if you limit yourself just to this forum, you'll be able to form a pretty clear impression!).

    On the subject of "free autoresponders", all that's necessary is a little education on the subject: http://www.warriorforum.com/email-ma...ml#post9320870


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  • Profile picture of the author Ledux
    I don't see a lot of people using their products and probably there's a reason why.

    If you want a good product you will probably go elsewhere. Though who knows maybe this will change in the future.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Ledux View Post

      I don't see a lot of people using their products and probably there's a reason why.
      Indeed. It seems to me that one sees a mixture of two main groups of people. One group comprises those who are both using and promoting their services (which always makes a skepchick like me question the veracity of their reviews). The other group comprises former users of their services explaining why they no longer promote them (typically because they're no longer willing to use them!).
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