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by doylesoft 2 replies
I saw the ad on TV last night for the site: buyebooks.tv. Are a ton of people really buying? I mean really. It seems that these people would have a lot of overhead to be running TV spots for an eight book package for $19.95. Am I missing something here? Is it all about upsell like the Don Lapre mentality from the 90s?

In the meantime, my wife asked during the ad: "Why didn't you invent MySpace?" ... Sigh.
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    Originally Posted by doylesoft View Post

    I saw the ad on TV last night for the site: buyebooks.tv. Are a ton of people really buying? I mean really. It seems that these people would have a lot of overhead to be running TV spots for an eight book package for $19.95. Am I missing something here? Is it all about upsell like the Don Lapre mentality from the 90s?

    In the meantime, my wife asked during the ad: "Why didn't you invent MySpace?" ... Sigh.
    Websites like Welcome to Spot Runner have made the crossover to tv much more affordable.

    If you see the commercial again after a week or so, you can be certain they're converting well.
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      Originally Posted by BlueSquares View Post

      Websites like Welcome to Spot Runner have made the crossover to tv much more affordable.

      If you see the commercial again after a week or so, you can be certain they're converting well.
      Makes sense. Thanks!
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