Make Up Your Bloody Mind, Won’T You

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Look, I’m a straight arrow: I tell it like it is.  But, that’s not what people want to hear.

Everywhere I go on the web, whether it’s in the forums, on other blogs, social sites, etc., I see people whinging all the time.  Oh, this guru did this to me and that guru did that to me.  This guru just lies to get my money and doesn’t deliver the goods.

Whinge, whinge.  Moan, moan.

Yes, it’s true.  And they’re not happy unless someone’s lying to them.

Listen, everyone knows a lot of emails which go out promoting this or that item has been written by the owner of the product.  Heck, I’ve seen the exact same email arrive from at least five different people and more.

I’ve done it myself.

Why?

Because more often than not they’re pretty good and it takes time to write a good email.  Of course, I’ll only send it out if it tells the truth about the product.

However, I don’t always send out the pre-written emails as I prefer to write my own, especially after I’ve reviewed whatever it is I’m promoting.

Now, the day before yesterday I sent out one of these emails which was written by a guy who’s at the top of his game.  I figure why try to beat someone who’s obviously far better than I at writing such an email?

Then, yesterday, as I hadn’t written it myself and felt a little guilty, I sent it out again but this time with a little addition.

What I wrote was this:

I sent this out yesterday but, I’ve gotta confess, it’s a standard email J*** wrote for all his affiliates.

I just can’t leave it, my conscious won’t let me (and no doubt costing me a lot of dosh).

However, the fact is, the gist of the message is real: This is an opportunity for you to become an affiliate of J*** and R*** … and make some dosh for yourself.

Anyone, take a look at it and I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether or not it’s for you…

Or, if you want to make money selling an affiliate product.

I’m doing okay.

Give it a go: it doesn’t cost you anything to become an affiliate

And you could end up richer than you are now.

Best,
Marko

I sent this out yesterday but, I’ve gotta confess, it’s a standard email J*** wrote for all his affiliates.

I just can’t leave it, my conscious won’t let me (and no doubt costing me a lot of dosh).

However, the fact is, the gist of the message is real: This is an opportunity for you to become an affiliate of J*** and R*** … and make some dosh for yourself.

Anyone, take a look at it and I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether or not it’s for you…

Or, if you want to make money selling an affiliate product.

I’m doing okay.

Give it a go: it doesn’t cost you anything to become an affiliate

And you could end up richer than you are now.

Best,
Marko

And you know what?

For the first time in I don’t know how long, two people opted out of my emails.

Now, dont’t get me wrong, this happens to everyone.  However, I’d prefer it to happen because they’re sick of me trying to sell to them, or jut don’t want to read my emails anymore, or something like that.

NOT because I was trying to be honest.

The fact is — and I’ve said this before — I’m not in it to make the millions.  I’m happy with enough to live on.

And I’m bloody well not going to lie to people to make a living.

If anyone wants to read my material, hoping I’ll lie to them and sell them everything I see just to live a life of luxury… well… that ain’t gonna happen.

So, if what they’re looking for is a snake oil salesman who’ll promise them the earth, giving them a false sense of security while fleecing them of every penny, he’s not here.

They can go find some other liar.

You only get the truth here.  No bullshit and no lies.

Oh, just one more thing, the majority of those high priced products the gurus sell are actually worth every penny.  The problem is, short of coming round to individual homes and forcing people to make use of them, there’s not a lot they can do if those people decide to stick it on a shelf for their friends to admire while they gather dust.

I know this happens because I used to do the same.  But I like to think I learn from my mistakes.

Best,
Marko

Marko

Marko

Professional online marketer with over 20 years of experience in search engine marketing, digital marketing, direct advertising, and email marketing. Can be found cruising the streets of Boston Hardcore scene when not selling to the masses online.
Marko