The old adage is, "If it sounds to good to be true, it usually is" applies here.
I usually keep up with any offline related WSO's that come out and I just bought one the other day to see what the actual content was. It also included a Google places software.
Well most of you know I own GPScraper so of course I pretty much buy everything that has a google places software with the product.
Anyways, the product I bought has spectacular claims being made! Especially about the software, but after getting into the course and testing the software I just couldn't see how the authors can in good conscience make the claims they were making!
The course left out so many important elements for ranking at a hyper-local level its really a disservice to buyers and worse yet to any business owners they might be doing work for.
We all know that if 1000 people buy a product that only a small percentage will do anything actionable with it. By small percentage I mean SMALL! Being that vendors know this they don't worry to much about people coming back and giving a negative review.
As a result the outlandish claims for sub-par products continues like a mad machine with the vendors benefiting the most.
What's your guys thoughts on this topic?
I'd like to know if you'd rather just have the straight skinny without the hype or...???