I'm not quite sure if I am the only one that thinks that the quality in the WSO section is getting worser and worser. I purchased a bunch of WSOs the last weeks and there was only one golden nugget available. Nothing wrong with that, but I contacted one of the creators and asked kindly for a refund. The 4th time I did that in 8+ years.
I assume he is a kid just starting out, so he didn't know that publishing that kind of useless information does more harm to him then to me. He refused my refund (I am col with that) and I moved on after he asked me not to publish what I wrote to him (after asking for a refund that would have made me look like a cheap skate looking for revenge after loosing 40 bucks on him). Problem was that that rubbish was "WSO of the Day" and had quite a bunch of reviews.
Saying that I haven't left a review for a friend once in a while (was once and the product was worth buying it, afterwards I would have told my "buddy"), but I really don't get it why there is so much praise for something not worth my time reading through it. IF something gets awarded WSO of the Day it should at least deliver some value, right? 2nd thing is that IMHO there should be a mandatory refund policy. At least for info-products. Introducing another feature where an author can mark someone as a refunder would get rid of the cheap skates that do serial refunds in no time.
I guess most WSO creators spend more time and money on their sales copy then on their products. While my first language is not English I doubt that I wouldn't be able to create something that does not read gibberish. I proof read it at least once (didn't do it for that post BTW, bash me for that).
So what are your thoughts about that? I am really thinking about abandoning the Warriorforum. It was a great resource back in the days, but with WSOs like "make 4-figures in 2 hours from WSOs!" (should read "make 4-figures in 2 hours while fooling your fellow marketers with useless WSOs a 5 year old might do better").
PS: No offense to anyone intended. I'm just curious to ask. And I know that the IM field alters daily. Maybe it is just the same things that happend to traditional advertising after WW2. The young guns take over...