Anyone who has spent any amount time in the WSO forum over the last few months will have seen these types of posts over and over again...
"Is there a OTO with this? If so, how much. I want to know before I purchase..."
It seems a lot of people are confused as to what a OTO actually is.
A OTO as the name suggests is a One Time Offer. It is usually something that is offered to the purchaser right after they buy the initial product. A proper OTO should be something that compliments the main product (makes it easier or more effective) but is not required in order to use the main product.
The other thing with a OTO is that it's not something that is usually disclosed upfront before you purchase. That's the whole point of a OTO -- the customer only sees it AFTER they have purchased. So I'm not really sure where this practice started of people now always asking a WSO vendor if there is a OTO before they purchase. It shouldn't be happening and it shouldn't really affect whether or not you purchase the front end product.
You need to measure the value of the front end product on it's own merit. The OTO is totally irrelevant to the front-end offer. If you can't see any value in the initial product by itself, then don't purchase. It's that simple. The OTO should not be something that you need to take into account when making that initial buying decision. If it is, then the One Time Offer has failed miserably.
So please, stop asking every WSO vendor whether or not they have a OTO. It's like asking them if they intend on recommending any other products to you in the future. It's irrelevant to the main product and should not be something you are basing your buying decisions off of.