Then should it reflect exactly what is being offered or just the benefits of ownership? Should the reality of your product's use, utility or characteristics be the determinant of its name (or thread / WSO Title) or should our hype about the thing shape its name & respective titling?
I just saw a WSO say that it was a "so and so" Machine and it turns out to be a system or a method! There is no "machine" for which I expected SOFTWARE!!! I believe that this type of hype over truth in sales is what makes people ask for a refund and only in the cases where the content is good anyway, will the sales stick. But this is my opinion - what do you warriors think and what are your personal practices?
Shouldn't the term "Machine" imply automation - as in software?
What do you mean when you say "System"?
What do you mean when you say "Method"?
What do you mean when you say "Blueprint"?
What other terms have you used or seen used and what were they actually and what should they have meant?
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