keeping their word can actually hurt the guy who means what he says.
Case in point.
Friday, I ran a special for my list. I specifically said it would be for Friday
and Saturday only and then on Sunday, the link would be coming down.
Today, I am getting a number of emails from angry list members because I
actually kept my word.
There is a reason I am bringing this up so please bare with me.
So often, you'll come to this forum, or any forum for that matter, and hear
about marketers complaining because of false scarcity or other lies that
product creators tell to make more sales. They blast these people
And yet, when you actually tell the truth and pull a link after a given
amount of time, you get blasted for doing it.
So I need to ask...which is it folks?
Do you really want product creators to tell the truth or, deep down
inside, are you glad when they say that something is only for a certain
amount of time or units and then, when you realize that you've waited too
long, you're still able to get it?
You can't have it both ways and yet, from what I have personally
encountered, it seems that some people do.
Your honest feedback on this is really appreciated.
Tell the truth...are you glad when you're able to get something even though
at that point in time you shouldn't be able to?