I've heard a lot of good things about Rich Schefren and some internet marketer sent me a link to his webinar. After all the good reviews I came across, I was really fascinated to see what he reveals (as most people here said he over delivers) and yeah the webinar was good. The irritating part of all this is his obsession with asking you to print almost everything.
I clicked on the link in the email, went to his site, watched his video and signed up for the webinar. On the next page is nothing but another video, a cut out in the shape of a ticket containing your name and time of webinar next to the video, followed by facebook share and twitter icons. In the video, Rich asks you to take a print out of this page. Really? Print out facebook and twitter icons and admire the designer who gave the blue to them? :rolleyes:
Then I'm redirected somewhere that takes me to download an activity sheet and he asks to print it as well. This one is qualified enough to be printed as you fill in the blanks in those sheets and take notes. Nothing wrong with this one.
Then I receive an email confirming my spot in the webinar and it contains the link. And the email is also to be ...... (you guessed it) printed.
Next, just an hour or two before the webinar, I receive another reminder email and this one highlights the webinar link. And again, Rich says it - P R I N T. Why should I print a link that is random mix of letters?? Am I going to have to type the link as clicking on it may not work? :confused:
This thread might be the most useless or distasteful you've ever come across but it really got me irritated. I can understand that it must be one of his tactics to win and maintain the attention of the subscriber but may be he's going too far with it. Don't you think?