Surprisingly I learned an "old method" that I'd never heard of.
I did a some research and found my way across a warrior thread about that method and it was just a week or so old... To my surprise the same marketer who's teaching the method in his free report was in that thread too! (how fun)
And there he was talking about his experience with the method he just 'taught' me to use, because it's such a good list building method, as he explained it, how exciting.. and there he was stating he just tried it last month and it DIDN'T work for him.
Why do marketers do crap like that?
Doesn't it make more sense to teach things that work instead of crap that damages your reputation? Is a perceived value to idiots who never take action more important than quality content that helps? Maybe I'm confused about how providing poor advice could help?