Are these types of make-money-fast online info systems really worth $97?
Although this is a one-time-only payment, I seriously wonder whether we need to pay ninety-seven bucks just for someone to say, "here's what to do in order to make 3 sales from a brand new website in only 18 days."
That is the claim to fame uttered in an online advertisement I recently read online about Bring-the-Fresh. Some guy put up a brand new website site, from scratch and generated 3 Clickbank sales before 18 days had passed.
Now, to tell you what I already know for sure... I have done that same thing before with the PotPieGirl's "One Week Marketing" program. However, I only made ONE sale and it took about 30 days before that sale occurred.
Perhaps we can better spend our time (and save money, too) when we talk about the actual TECHNIQUES or steps utilized to create a sale from a new website online.
Essentially, we all know that the following basic 3-step procedure works:
1. Purchase a Google killer keyword domain name in a lucrative niche;
2. Write articles around the primary anchor text keyword phrase, plus link them with blogs and social bookmarks (and don't forget to PING all your new links);
3. Be sure that all of the above points to your nice "SEO-friendly" landing page, which is pleasing to the eye, short enough to convert, and visually professional in its appearance.
The above three steps only cost $7.49 (and that fee is only for the purchase of yoru "GoDaddy dot com" style domain name).
I see no need for the $97 "talk-to-me" payout requested by programs like "Bring-the-Fresh" and its hundreds of brother or sister info purchase plans.
Warriors, what do you think?