Well, for some reason this sparked a thought. And it really has nothing to do with StomperNet, but rather the affiliates who promote it.
One in particular is a guy who has branded himself as "the guy" when it comes to a certain aspect of IM. And everyone refers to him when his topic of expertise comes up. Everyone. He's the only dude in his game that I know of. Now, I'm on his opt-in list because I'm very interested in buying his course as some point. But I have yet to do so. So why would he think I would buy StomperNet or anything else for that matter based on his word when I haven't even bought his flagship product that he's known for?
Wouldn't these affiliates be better off promoting affiliate offers to their CUSTOMERS rather than their PROSPECTS? Every affiliate offer that they send me before they've done an adequate job of selling me on THEIR product diminishes their persuasion power in my eyes.
Does this make sense? Am I way off base?