The Scam Behind Internet Marketing Product Launches
If you are subscribed to any of those “A-list” internet marketers’ newsletters, then chances are, you’ve gotten emails from them about some super awesome, limited-time, magic product that is about to be released that can make you a bazillion dollars. Big names like Frank Kerns, Andy Jenkins, and Mike Filsaime have a legion of followers, mostly noobs who don’t know a thing about making money online.
Most of their products are just rehashes of existing products or their older programs. Think about this for a second, if the products they sell are so damn great, then why do they keep coming up with more and more make money products to sell to people? These products don’t come cheap either with many of them being over a thousand dollars.
And guess what? These guys work together as sort of a mastermind group with the purpose of helping each other, not you, make money.
Check out this video of a private conversation between two of these “gurus” discuss one of their product launches and you’ll see what I mean:
Here is another video of a them discussing the old scarcity tactic in order to get people to buy their products:
These videos can be taken down anytime due to the fact that the conversation is supposed to be private so if it’s not working, sorry.
If you want to know more about how these guys operate to maximize the sales of their “magic bullet” products, read this post from the Salty Droid, he’s the one they talk about in the first video. After reading that post, you’ll hopefully never buy into those over hyped internet marketing product launches. It’s a real eye opener.