Product names are cracking me up lately.

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Let's say you use the word "Explosion" or "Avalanche" in your product name.

It doesn't do any good to use these descriptive words alone without reason.

You need to use them in product names to describe benefits of your product.

Like... Subscriber Explosion System. <<< explodes the amount of subscribers on your list.

Not... Email Explosion System. <<< means nothing.

Like... Commission Avalanche System. <<< you get an avalanche of commissions.

Not... Affiliate Avalanche System. <<< means nothing.
#cracking #names #product
  • Profile picture of the author fin
    Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post


    Not... Affiliate Avalanche System. <<< means nothing.
    What if it's a system to help you get affiliates?
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    • Profile picture of the author chansgrose
      Haha, good point! An avalanche of affiliates?

      Originally Posted by fin View Post

      What if it's a system to help you get affiliates?
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
      Originally Posted by fin View Post

      What if it's a system to help you get affiliates?
      Lol... Then that would work.
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      • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
        Jason,

        I like the headlines like "Explode Your Subscribers."

        Ummm... remind me again. Why would I want to do that?


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        • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
          Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

          Jason,

          I like the headlines like "Explode Your Subscribers."

          Ummm... remind me again. Why would I want to do that?


          Paul
          I guess you wouldn't wish an avalanche upon your subscribers either. You also dont want them to become an avalanche and fall from a high point.
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          • Profile picture of the author Ben Armstrong
            Hmmm. I was going to call my next product avalanche explosion. Do you think this would be a problem?
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            • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
              Originally Posted by Ben Armstrong View Post

              Hmmm. I was going to call my next product avalanche explosion. Do you think this would be a problem?
              that would make you a RockStar
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              • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
                Originally Posted by DianaHeuser View Post

                What I cannot understand why some people call their products "XXX Sniper".

                I get this mental image of men with rifles lurking on rooftops ready to take out their next victim.

                Di
                At least this type of title avoids comparing the product to illegal narcotics or performance-enhancing drugs... :rolleyes:
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          • Profile picture of the author JimWaller
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            I said
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            Still not convinced?
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            Still not enough?
            Well, if you're in the first 2 1/2 subscribers, I promise to spam your email inbox every day with affiliate products and WSOs and then I'll sell your information to the highest bidder so they can do exactly the same thing.
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        • Profile picture of the author phil.wheatley
          Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

          Jason,

          I like the headlines like "Explode Your Subscribers."

          Ummm... remind me again. Why would I want to do that?


          Paul
          Reminds me of an example I saw once in a help file for Microsoft Access, it said "Upon deleting the records, the employees will be destroyed"
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        • Profile picture of the author MrFlippy
          All these "Hot button" "Call to action" type prowords just set off alarm bells in my mind. They all scream OVER HYPED if not just plain SCAM to me.

          From my experience, the value of an offering seems to be inversely proportional to the amount of hype in the sales pitch, ie, the more hype, the less value. I just read them for entertainment value
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        • Profile picture of the author tpw
          Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

          Jason,

          I like the headlines like "Explode Your Subscribers."

          Ummm... remind me again. Why would I want to do that?


          Paul

          I like, "Profit Orgasm"... :p



          Originally Posted by John Romaine View Post

          "Traffic cash orgasm"

          The money just keeps coming

          Damn you... You beat me to it...

          LOL


          Originally Posted by DianaHeuser View Post

          What I cannot understand why some people call their products "XXX Sniper".

          I get this mental image of men with rifles lurking on rooftops ready to take out their next victim.

          Di

          This reminds me of the guy trying to take out the porn star with a high-powered rifle.
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      • Profile picture of the author tambjo
        if the product names are cool they can attract more people like Jinga , Hoora ..etc
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    • Profile picture of the author DustonMcGroarty
      Originally Posted by fin View Post

      What if it's a system to help you get affiliates?
      I like it... who can't use an avalanche of affiliates!
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  • Profile picture of the author jcruz
    I think its better to have a catchy headline than a boring one. Boring doesn't sell.
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  • Profile picture of the author DianaHeuser
    What I cannot understand why some people call their products "XXX Sniper".

    I get this mental image of men with rifles lurking on rooftops ready to take out their next victim.

    Di
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    • Profile picture of the author Asher
      Originally Posted by DianaHeuser View Post

      What I cannot understand why some people call their products "XXX Sniper".

      I get this mental image of men with rifles lurking on rooftops ready to take out their next victim.

      Di
      Hrmm... I'm conjuring a different mental image. :p
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        Here's mine...

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        Resurrect those sagging profits...
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  • Profile picture of the author Premier Plugins
    Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

    Not... Email Explosion System. <<< means nothing.

    If you're a cyber-terrorist who sends email bombs, this product might be very relevant to your interests.

    Also stay tuned for my newest product "Ultimate Sniper Google Avalanche Explosion Secret Push Button Blaster" (c'mon! you know this would sell out in hours... lol)
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
      Originally Posted by Premier Plugins View Post

      If you're a cyber-terrorist who sends email bombs, this product might be very relevant to your interests.

      Also stay tuned for my newest product "Ultimate Sniper Google Avalanche Explosion Secret Push Button Blaster" (c'mon! you know this would sell out in hours... lol)
      You forgot to add the word "Crusher" lol...
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    Speaking of crazy product names, I'm still waiting for someone to make a video-trailer for their product that makes it seem like a SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER movie... and even have a professional "movie guy" voice to boot!

    Some people have come close, but its the voice that sells it. Usually when the video narrator is trying to sound "dramatic" he/she rather sounds like someone narrating a commercial for that "How to catch a predator!" show.

    Better yet, does anyone remember when the WSO section was filled to the brim with ASCII characters to draw attention to each post?



    I think I'd rather put up with silly names than that! lol
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  • Profile picture of the author RnGWriter
    Yeah, certain IMers have a soft spot for disasters both natural and man made but as far as product names are concerned, the most weirdest one I came across was the "Big Johnny Cash Generating system" or something to that effect. The sales video, actually had a guy with a Southern American accent saying how a cowboy made $$$ from the internet 0__0
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  • Profile picture of the author Nicola Lane
    That is definitely going in my swipe file - I am laughing so much tears are running down my face. Absolutely brilliant Jim, thank you!
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    • Profile picture of the author JimWaller
      Originally Posted by Nicola Lane View Post

      That is definitely going in my swipe file - I am laughing so much tears are running down my face. Absolutely brilliant Jim, thank you!
      I'm glad you liked it. I had a lot of fun putting it together. I'm curious, did you look at the "html code" for the "button"?

      Thanks to the guarantee, I'm sure I won't have to worry about any charge backs.

      I'm considering adding the bonus "Sniping your way to success by eliminating the competition" It has a lot of "how to" techniques in it. I'm just a little concerned that there might be too many black hat techniques in it. (gotta love double entendre:p)

      Awww man! I just realized I forgot to leave a post for FAQs:
      Q. What are FAQs?
      A. A machine used to scan a document and send it electronically - DUH!

      Q. Aren't you that guy?
      A. No, I'm the guy that looks like that guy. This guy is not that guy, unless you thought I was the guy that looked like the other guy then I'm that guy, but not the other guy, because that other guy is not this guy. I hope that clears things up.

      Q. Does your wife know you're into internet marketing?
      A. No, I just tell her I'm surfing the internet for porn. It's just easier that way.

      Q. Is there a guy?
      A. Ummmm...

      Q. Did you forget to include anything else?
      A. Just the FAQs, ma'am. (Wasn't that on Dragnet???)

      Q. Are you sure you're not that guy, because you look just like him?
      A. :confused:

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      ...um, something...


      ...Look, I'm not really sure what they are standing by, so just call, okay? When you call, you can ask them and they'll probably tell you what they are standing by. (If you find out, can you tell me so I can include it in the FAQ?)

      Thanks,

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  • Profile picture of the author socialmassmedia
    Lmfao Jim. This made me laugh so much it gave stitches. Love it bang on lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Rick Britton
    Thanks for the great post, just had me literally laughing out loud! So funny
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve McBride
    It's only a matter of time before we start seeing questionable product titles like

    "Competition Murderer!"

    "Sales Genocide!"

    "List Building Domestic Violence!"
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    So much for my next course on membership sites- "Member Explosion"

    Guess it'd be a good name for a male enhancement product....
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  • Profile picture of the author Aditeo
    HeY op here's just a litle help
    Here is a list of "psychological triggers" to get your started to get him in an even better "mode" or if he don't really need what you are selling.
    Much more to this stuff - this is just the bare basics.

    This stuff works!

    Words that Evoke Positive Emotions
    1. Energize
    2. Boost
    3. Refresh
    4. Revitalize
    5. Kind
    6. Compassionate
    7. Vibrant
    8. Strong
    9. Understanding
    10. Overcome
    11. Thrive
    12. Gentle
    13. Success
    14. Power
    15. Achieve
    16. Bright
    17. Colorful
    18. Thoughtful
    19. Positive
    20. Satisfaction
    21. Happy
    22. Health


    Words that Evoke Curiosity
    23. Banned
    24. Illegal
    25. Secret
    26. Taboo
    27. Covert
    28. Hidden
    29. Exposed
    30. Undercover


    Words that Trigger Action (and Induce Sales)
    31. Explosive
    32. Scientifically Proven
    33. Urgent
    34. Free
    35. Profitable
    36. Erupting
    37. Limited Time
    38. Deal
    39. Proven
    40. Tested
    41. Expert
    42. Easy
    43. Simple
    44. Money
    45. Fruitful
    46. Closing
    47. End
    48. Action
    49. Buy
    50. Lazy


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    • Profile picture of the author fenixpro
      Originally Posted by Aditeo View Post

      HeY op here's just a litle help
      Here is a list of "psychological triggers" to get your started to get him in an even better "mode" or if he don't really need what you are selling.
      Much more to this stuff - this is just the bare basics.

      This stuff works!

      Words that Evoke Positive Emotions
      1. Energize
      2. Boost
      3. Refresh
      4. Revitalize
      5. Kind
      6. Compassionate
      7. Vibrant
      8. Strong
      9. Understanding
      10. Overcome
      11. Thrive
      12. Gentle
      13. Success
      14. Power
      15. Achieve
      16. Bright
      17. Colorful
      18. Thoughtful
      19. Positive
      20. Satisfaction
      21. Happy
      22. Health


      Words that Evoke Curiosity
      23. Banned
      24. Illegal
      25. Secret
      26. Taboo
      27. Covert
      28. Hidden
      29. Exposed
      30. Undercover


      Words that Trigger Action (and Induce Sales)
      31. Explosive
      32. Scientifically Proven
      33. Urgent
      34. Free
      35. Profitable
      36. Erupting
      37. Limited Time
      38. Deal
      39. Proven
      40. Tested
      41. Expert
      42. Easy
      43. Simple
      44. Money
      45. Fruitful
      46. Closing
      47. End
      48. Action
      49. Buy
      50. Lazy


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      Yes,

      This to me is why all of these different phrases and word combinations are used - at least in part - in sales pages and product names. The other reason is simple: People are lazy idiots.

      I would say half of the ebooks I read from NATIVE english speakers are wrought with poor spelling, grammar, and a few other fundamentals.

      Does it matter? Yes and no. I personally like to have a certain level of product or representation of my self in my written word, but it's possible that I'm kidding my self when I think this increases the loyalty of my readers or the conversions for my products.

      Ultimately we are mostly dominated by unconscious reactions and needs - even the most heady of us. This is why emotional triggers and specific words and word combinations are used over and over again in marketing.

      There are no doubt some marketers online and on the WF who are savvy to this and use it well. But as I mentioned, my 2 cents is that most of it is good old American sensationalism with a touch of moron added.

      But yes OP, if you stop and really think about them, many of these titles and word uses are quite silly! Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, I don't think literally very often anymore when it comes to IM.

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  • Profile picture of the author Bruce NewMedia
    WSO product names really do take the cake sometimes.

    This is a great thread because it's soooo true!

    ...and many product creators do seem unclear on the double meanings some words have. Many like to use 'strong words', but not in a precise or even understandable way.

    Example: "My Crash & Burn Recovery System"

    "Massive Mortar-Fire Millions"...or
    "Sneaky Sniper Sales Sharks"...."Constant Commission Crusher"

    "My Gold, Diamond, Platinum, Titanium Kill Squad."

    or.."My Bonus Bomb Blast" (blast available for a limited time)


    yeh, there's a lot of macho in all these, too.
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  • Profile picture of the author zvous
    this is my ideas.

    for a couple days, i was thinking about my future product names, but at this time i already pick one.

    here're my suggestions name for you

    1. i would like for maximum 4 syllables in my product names. 5 or more syllables difficult to spell, IMO.

    2. Think of very unique names but easier to remember.
    take a look for big brand names out there, do they mean anything?
    Goo gle
    Twit ter
    Squ i doo
    Lo gi tech
    Mi cro soft
    Drop Box

    3. Try to think of some animals/fruits name or anything (3 syllables work best to me), and then change the first or last syllables into your unique names. Do you follow me? Here's some example
    IM favorite hosting
    Aligator -> remove the "Ali" with "Host" -> Hostgator

    this name i found on the internet while searching some games review
    Unicorn -> remove the "U", change it with "Pwn" -> Pwnicorn

    4. Try to put your main holy grail keyword (1 syllable if you can) in your brand names. the perfect example is Host-Gator and Game-Spot or Game-Stop

    5. Try typos. the perfect example is Squi-doo instead Squi-do
    starr instead star
    gamez instead games
    rokk instead rock


    Hope you like my suggestions

    Cheers,
    Afiff
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  • Profile picture of the author Saito
    I am ashamed to admit this but when I first started internet marketing I made a site called, and I am not kidding, www.MegaCashFlowSystems3000.com

    Who that would attract besides 10-year old science fiction enthusiasts is beyond me, in hindsight
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Short
    I used to love the headlines and email subjects that mentioned Crack.

    Wait a minute, now that I think about it I ghost-wrote a number of crack addicted sales letters back then

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    • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
      Originally Posted by Paul Short View Post

      I used to love the headlines and email subjects that mentioned Crack.

      Wait a minute, now that I think about it I ghost-wrote a number of crack addicted sales letters back then

      Paul (TERRORIZE YOUR COMPETITION WITH MY CRACK SALES COPY) Short

      Niche Sites On Crack comes to mind.

      I think that was the name of Andrew Hansen's old bestselling product. (Back when you could charge like $47 for an ebook and people were happy to pay it).

      It's funny though... Doesn't seem like it would be too fun being all cracked out and making niche sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author vivi62
    whilst creating a traffic creation training ebook some time ago I asked for names to be put forward for the ebook,the one I always remember was traffic orgasm. lol
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    "Traffic cash orgasm"

    The money just keeps coming
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    Affiliate Marketing on Heroine

    You'll be beggin your momma for $5
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
    Vegas Vince had "SEO Penetration."
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  • Profile picture of the author vivi62
    you guys are so funny,actually like some of those names they might make some great sales copy. haha
    thanks for the laugh
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  • Profile picture of the author knish
    This is an interesting discussion on the play on words. It's amazing how slightly different wording has vastly different meaning.
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrick Batty
    I guess my 50 Names a Plan wasn't very creative was it?

    Screw it... I'm sticking with it.. LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author ericbryant
    HA! Definitely some good stuff here, and funny! Thanks for the great tips and laughs!
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  • Profile picture of the author ashloren
    "Kindle Kryptonite"
    "Pinnacle of Pinterest"
    "SEO Seduction"
    "Twack-a-doodle Tweet"
    "Affiliate Affinity"
    "Content Contender"
    "Blog Theme Park"
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    • Profile picture of the author vCr8
      Originally Posted by ashloren View Post

      "Kindle Kryptonite"
      "Pinnacle of Pinterest"
      "SEO Seduction"
      "Twack-a-doodle Tweet"
      "Affiliate Affinity"
      "Content Contender"
      "Blog Theme Park"
      Great suggestions you have here I bet others would come up with. "The Secret Sauce of SEO Seduction Revealed" or perhaps.."Mega Avalanche of Affiliate Affinity" as a sequel of your successful launches lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author vivi62
    Had to laugh at the pants explosion especially as there not around now,that must of been one hell of an explosion.
    laughing my way to bed haha
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  • Profile picture of the author Tadresources
    There are quite a few "buzz" words that make me roll my eyes. Explosion is definitely one of them, and "killer" being used to describe everything as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeadRooster
    Homer Simpson became instantly successful after changing his name to Max Power (he got the name off one of those hand-held hair dryers).

    Imagine his success if he'd created a product called, Extreme Avalanche Explosion
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    A few that I'm working on releasing:

    Profit Avalanche Explosion!
    Affiliate Profit Deathmatch!
    $500 a Day Annihilation!
    List Building Demolition!
    Self Confidence Destroyer!
    Online Business Eliminator!
    Killer Spouse Destruction!
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      I think I saw a Traffic Orgasm at a red light the other day... :p
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      • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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        This is great! Thanks everyone who contributed to my swipe file below! I'm getting started right now on some of these.



        Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

        Jason,

        I like the headlines like "Explode Your Subscribers."

        Ummm... remind me again. Why would I want to do that?


        Paul
        Originally Posted by Ben Armstrong View Post

        Hmmm. I was going to call my next product avalanche explosion. Do you think this would be a problem?
        Originally Posted by Premier Plugins View Post

        If you're a cyber-terrorist who sends email bombs, this product might be very relevant to your interests.

        Also stay tuned for my newest product "Ultimate Sniper Google Avalanche Explosion Secret Push Button Blaster" (c'mon! you know this would sell out in hours... lol)
        Originally Posted by JimWaller View Post

        Who else wants to get blown up after falling down?
        Try our astoundingly new and unprecedented Email Subscriber Commission Avalanche Explosion! This amazing product is the best thing since...
        SLICED BREAD!?!

        Heck NO!
        It's BETTER than that!!!
        Explode your email subscriber's commissions and watch it all rain down in a terrifying avalanche of carnage and PROFITS for you!!!
        The Email Subscriber Commission Avalanche Explosion is so amazing!
        • It Chops!
        • It Slices!
        • It Dices!
        • It Minces!
        It convinces you to buy this wonderful product!

        I know I could sell the Email Subscriber Commission Avalanche Explosion for a million gajillion dollars, and it would be a steal at that price, but I'm not gonna make you pay a million gajillion dollars.
        I won't make you pay a trillion dollars.
        I won't make you pay a billion dollars.
        I won't make you pay a million dollars.
        I won't make you pay a thousand dollars.
        I won't make you pay a hundred dollars.
        I've completely lost my mind, and won't even make you pay ten dollars.
        So how much would you expect to pay for such a fabulous, luxurious product?
        You've heard other marketers say they'll let you have their product for less than the cost of a pizza, or less than a fast food meal, but I'm so danged nuts, I'm gonna let you have the Email Subscriber Commission Avalanche Explosion for less than the cost of a cup of coffee in a third world country.
        How much is that?
        I don't even know!
        I said
        I Don't even know!!!

        You'd better act fast, because if you don't, I'm considering paying you just to take it off my hands!
        Still not convinced?
        How about I throw in a bevy of useless digital products to entice you to fill out the form below to give me enough information to steal your identity and make you look like the identity thief?
        Still not enough?
        Well, if you're in the first 2 1/2 subscribers, I promise to spam your email inbox every day with affiliate products and WSOs and then I'll sell your information to the highest bidder so they can do exactly the same thing.
        C'mon, you're bustin my chops here.
        What's it gonna take for you to fill out the form and click the "Sacrifice my privacy now" button?

        Maybe you need a guarantee..

        How about our iron clad 15 minute guarantee that if you are dissatisfied for any reason whatsoever, we will promptly refund your entire purchase price as long as you follow the exact steps outlined in the program and properly fill in the refund form which takes a mere 20 minutes to complete.

        HTML Code:
        <a href="http://www.papal.comi/subscribe/morgage/rent/lease/dosomethingelse/action=give me all your money"><img src="http://www.EmailSubscriberCommissionAvalancheExplosion.info/mages/buttonz/SacrificeMyPrivacyNow.ping" alt="broken link to a broken image...   ...Oh.. ...and... ...Sacrifice my privacy now"></a>
        Jim the tongue in cheek marketer

        P.S. Make sure to click the button above.

        The Legal stuff
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        Not available in all 50 states. void where prohibited. bonuses subject to removal at any time. Guarantee not guaranteed.Email Subscriber Commission Avalanche Explosion is a registered trademark of someone else and cannot be used in conjunction with any offers.Reading this could cause blindness.
        Originally Posted by John Romaine View Post

        "Traffic cash orgasm"

        The money just keeps coming
        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        I think I saw a Traffic Orgasm at a red light the other day... :p
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        • Profile picture of the author goindeep
          They said "This is EPIC"

          And then the sex magician waved his special wand and let the people have it...

          Kindle Viagra Terrorism -Its HARD as a ROCK and ends in a BANG!
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
      Originally Posted by JimWaller View Post

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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Zyla
    Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

    Let's say you use the word "Explosion" or "Avalanche" in your product name.

    It doesn't do any good to use these descriptive words alone without reason.

    You need to use them in product names to describe benefits of your product.

    Like... Subscriber Explosion System. <<< explodes the amount of subscribers on your list.

    Not... Email Explosion System. <<< means nothing.

    Like... Commission Avalanche System. <<< you get an avalanche of commissions.

    Not... Affiliate Avalanche System. <<< means nothing.
    hahah

    that's funny indeed!
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  • Profile picture of the author TheGraphicsGuy
    is it just me or suddenly there is a rise of softwares with the term BACKLINK in them?
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  • Profile picture of the author HolyWarrior
    Info-Product titles remind me of chewing gum and body spray titles - What in the world is "Vortex", "Swerve", and "RPM" flavor? What does an "Anarchy" smell like, and since when has "Kilo" been an aroma?

    Stop and think about that the next time somebody asks you about what kind of gum you're chewing. Oh, didn't you know? It's "Zephyr" flavor. Everybody knows what a Zephyr tastes like!

    That's how make money online info-products are now, like chewing gum and body spray.
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  • Profile picture of the author JerryKuzma
    .

    In the spirit of creative rebellion, let's all go the opposite route:

    "Nice Business Strategies"

    "Warm Fuzzy Twitter Knitter"

    "Handy Website Suggestions"

    "Killer Granny List Mangler" (oops, that won't do.)

    or, my final offering for the day:

    "Squeeky Clean Dating Tips"


    Great laughing with y'all...

    All the best,

    Jerry Kuzma
    from MASSIVE KILLER SHOCKING Northern Ireland

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  • I personally think that this product name Ju Jitsu is irrelevant and it doesn't help conversions. You may call your product "Commission MegaBomb" or "Commission PhD" and I'm sure if all other variables are constant, your bottom line would remain equal.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by Andrei Rotariu View Post

      They said "This is EPIC"

      And then the sex magician waved his special wand and let the people have it...

      Kindle Viagra Terrorism -Its HARD as a ROCK and ends in a BANG!
      That reminds me of a bit Robin Williams used to do in his live stage shows.

      Opening: He walks out on stage, reaches for his zipper. "I'd like to start with something I'm very proud of - those of you in the front row may want to lean back."

      Ending: (in character as an old man) Reaches for his zipper. "I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of - you in the front row may want to lean in close..."

      Either that or a really, really bad Gallagher routine...

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  • Profile picture of the author minisitetycoon
    Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

    Let's say you use the word "Explosion" or "Avalanche" in your product name.

    It doesn't do any good to use these descriptive words alone without reason.

    You need to use them in product names to describe benefits of your product.

    Like... Subscriber Explosion System. <<< explodes the amount of subscribers on your list.

    Not... Email Explosion System. <<< means nothing.

    Like... Commission Avalanche System. <<< you get an avalanche of commissions.

    Not... Affiliate Avalanche System. <<< means nothing.

    This is a great point to touch on. A lot of these new vendors are making new programs and coming up with some funny names, exactly.. and they got funnier over the years due to more competition for domains and company names that are already taken , lol (excuse me)

    Creating names is my specialty as I started as a vendor in 2002, and that is the best TIP I ever heard in the product name niche. I am constantly thinking up new names to this day, using my power words swipe file (which will be in my atomic subject lines wso coming after my 1st wso)

    Let me say one more example, looks like fun:

    Or Like... Killer Facebook Covers. <<< you get an awsome wso by me coming out soon.

    Not... Facebook Cover Avalanche. <<< means nothing. lol

    Great post sir, many thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author webbie
    TV shows are using the same "naming" tactics for their shows. It's not limited to IM products LOL

    Here are a few off the top of my head:

    Storage WARS
    Pawn STARS
    Cajun JUSTICE
    Shipping WARS
    Duck DYNASTY
    The Bible Code: Predicting ARMAGEDDON

    WARS, STARS, JUSTICE, DYNASTY, ARMAGEDDON...

    They all make a us LOOK and WATCH...

    Dave
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    • Profile picture of the author minisitetycoon
      Originally Posted by webbie View Post

      TV shows are using the same "naming" tactics for their shows. It's not limited to IM products LOL

      Here are a few off the top of my head:

      Storage WARS
      Pawn STARS
      Cajun JUSTICE
      Shipping WARS
      Duck DYNASTY
      The Bible Code: Predicting ARMAGEDDON

      WARS, STARS, JUSTICE, DYNASTY, ARMAGEDDON...

      They all make a us LOOK and WATCH...

      Dave
      Man this post is on fire, another great point brought up.

      That is just awsome, I never thought about those five words making you look and watch. The words have a psychological effect on the reader,

      Those 5 words would be a great addition to my power words swipe.

      Thanks for that great insight.
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