I hate hype and I'm very skeptical. I am pretty sure a lot of other people are too, especially if they have been scammed or ripped off in the past, right?
I tend to avoid things that seem overly hyped up and unrealistic. As the old saying goes, if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is.
I realized that I am actually more likely to go for something if it sounds LESS amazing and MORE realistic. Like I'd actually be more inclined to click on something that promised to show me how I could make $1,000 a month than something promising $10,000 per month.
Not because I want less money, but because I know that if everyone could make that much in a month just by buying a single product then everyone would save up and buy the damned thing.
What do you guys think? I don't see very many marketers using this "anti-hype" or "realistic" tactic much at all...I think it could be very effective.