How Do You Evaluate The Quality Of A Product You Bought?

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Okay so this forum is filled with people who have all bought tons of internet marketing products - how do you evaluate whether or not you are satisfied with the product, and what factors do you use to judge the quality of a product after you have bought it?
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  • Profile picture of the author greenleaf5
    If the product I bought has helped me move forward toward my goals, then it has given me excellent returns on my investment. Some of the points I would use to evaluate the quality of a product are its ease of use, professional presentation and, above all, the authenticity of the info.
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  • Profile picture of the author maximus242
    Okay great, thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author elexmedia
    For me...
    1) My satisfaction Factor depend on:
    Whether the product can give me the results it promised. Many products give high expectation just in order to make people buy it.

    2) Factor to judge the quality of the product:
    Whether the product are easy to use or easy to implement, to solve my problem quickly.

    But it's only me... everybody can have different factors
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  • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
    Originally Posted by maximus242 View Post

    Okay so this forum is filled with people who have all bought tons of internet marketing products - how do you evaluate whether or not you are satisfied with the product, and what factors do you use to judge the quality of a product after you have bought it?
    Honestly, you should only be buying stuff which you need.

    Your question is kinda funny, no offence. You can't evaluate the quality of those products, because you buy them with no purpose.

    I, for instance, only buy products when I need a solution to a problem. If the product solves my problem - it's a good product. That's about all there is to it.

    Oh and "how to make money" is not a problem/need and no product is going to solve it. It's just an easy niche to target (from the seller's perspective).
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  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    Testing it OR using some of the info provided in my business life. Sometimes products are not that good, but they always have small relevant bits here and there.

    Oh and "how to make money" is not a problem/need and no product is going to solve it. It's just an easy niche to target (from the seller's perspective).
    BS.

    Products DO solve make money online problems - people just have to use them, instead of piling them in their hard drive.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
      Originally Posted by Fernando Veloso View Post

      Products DO solve make money online problems - people just have to use them, instead of piling them in their hard drive.
      I agree, the fastest way to solve that problem is to launch a product that helps solve it, lol. My bad.
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      • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
        Originally Posted by bnetwork View Post

        I agree, the fastest way to solve that problem is to launch a product that helps solve it, lol. My bad.
        For real.

        Take this example: bought a 7$ WSO a couple years ago with Youtube tricks. Cool stuff, nothing extraordinary BUT there was a detailed plan of action. So I took the time to do it ONCE and since that day I managed to make money in Youtube every single week - one way or another (CPA's, Offline, affiliates, etc). By now I have replicated that system dozens of times.

        So whats the problem?

        Some people have a ignorant approach to MMO products. Think they are all trash, scams, and what not. That's why many of you guys keep trashing time and money for months/years, when in fact you could be making real money online all the time.

        Like my partner says: some people couldn't sell water in the desert. Likewise, some of you guys couldn't make money online even owing 99% of the world websites.

        Chew on that a bit.
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  • Profile picture of the author maximus242
    This is great thank you
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    • Profile picture of the author Reid Stevens
      I evaluate the quality of a product based on if I can get at least one take away from it, and learn something that I didn't know.

      I don't look for the magic bullet in any product. I just look for a small nugget of information that I can work with.
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  • Profile picture of the author maximus242
    okay interesting, thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Eduard Stinga
    Their value to me is pretty much shown by living (or not) up to the hype, if they do what's described in the sales letter. Also by the grammar and style of the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author GSMarketing
    Hey Max, firstly I evaluate it against the 'sales' page I bought it from. Is there a consistency between the two and have I actually been given what they told me they were going to give me. If not, then I'm already a little wary about the product because it smells a bit like a lie.

    Other than that, the only true way to evaluate the product is to try it out. As they say, 'the proof is in the pudding.' You can't really say a product is quality or not if you just read over it and then make a snap decision. That's what annoys me with the 'reviews' on the WSOs by people who have just read over them. Most of them are not a review because they haven't actually worked and tried out the system. They just read over it and say it looks good as it's a nicely worded 15 page pdf that sounds like it would work. That is not a credible review for a quality product. As I say the way to evaluate is to try and really work at it, if you get the results you wanted, bingo, you have a quality product. If not, back to the drawing board.

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