What are your opinions on marketers creating threads with the purpose of asking warriors to critique their squeeze pages?
I'm all for helping out when I can, but is it not obvious that this can easily just be a ploy to get their squeeze page noticed and inevitably get free opt ins?
I see threads being started where the marketer leaves a link to their squeeze page for critique. Some get hundreds of eyeballs on their pages and therefore inevitably get a lot of opt ins for free. This, in my opinion is becoming a trend and a sneaky way to get free promotion for their squeeze pages.
Should there be a rule that a squeeze page critique must NOT have an opt in form (or active form0 on the page to rule out any sneaky marketers looking to take advantage of the good people on this forum?
I have seen some really professional squeeze pages where you know damn well the marketer knows what they are doing. He/she is not looking for help - they're clearly looking for opt ins.
What do you think?