One of the most popular personal-growth cliche in pop-culture -- yet is it an oxymoron when it comes to IM?
I hear people say "keep it real" all the time - yet those are just words to me. It's the action that matters.
When an opportunity arises to make tons of money - do you "keep it fake"?
What about when you are writing a sales copy or headline -- do you exaggerate a bit? Do you use lines like "Get this now - only 17 copies left" or "I will limit this until next month" -- when in reality, you're just using the scarcity principle to drive urgency?
Do you have sites branding yourself as an expert on various niches (i.e "get rich on the Internet") when you're not even rich yet?
Do you follow WSO instructing you BH methods to create fake blogs, fake facebook fan pages, fake ads, etc?
IM gurus are promising you the world and a dreamy lifestyle whenever they release the "best" and "game changing" every month. Are they keeping it real if the "best" comes out every month?
Although I'm talking about "keeping it real" from a literal sense, how often do you really "keep it real" when it comes to IM activities?
There are times, I like to be really honest about my sales page (even admitting it's not the best product out there compared to others), but often visitors might think I'm not confident in my product and resulting in less sales. On the other hand, there are times just making wild claims might increase my conversion, but what's the point if you lose trust and get refunds?