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Anybody promote products or services that really deliver? value to the customer?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by dogmann11, Apr 5, 2010.

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  1. dogmann11

    dogmann11 Junior Member

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    There are at least some people here who look for products to promote that actually have value... right? ... speak up anybody out there. Do you have to be a psychopath to do black hat?

    If you have a product that really delivers something to your customers... but use black hat tools that make it hard for competitors that sell crap to people then you are kind of a robin hood... right?

    If you are a psychopath then it doesn't matter to you.

    There are those here that scam the hell out of suckers but use their wealth to at least to "put food on their family"... and then maybe even help other people who have a chance to...

    Google ponerology!

    If you have come across a product or service that really delivers then speak up!
     
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    gonzomcribbinz Regular Member

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    Everything that I promote on CB (my products or otherwise) gives the consumer what they are paying for. Needless to say, I was never in the "power your car with water" or other such niches. I stick to health and fitness types of stuff that actually do what the claims says it will do...if only the fat asses that buys the stuff get off their butts and do what's taught. ;)
     
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  3. dogmann11

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    Thanks... good to hear.
     
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    MikeHustle Power Member

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    Does it matter?

    Anyway...

    I am developing a product that actually adds value to the end user. I'm making it a subscription based product so that I can earn some passive income. It's an old idea that I never put into action.
     
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    blondiesbabe Newbie

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    My entire web site deliver a 'product of value' to my subscribers or else, I feel that cancellation/refund rate would be much higher than 10% each month... sometimes no refunds all month.
     
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    blondiesbabe Newbie

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    My entire web site deliver a 'product of value' to my subscribers or else, I feel that cancellation/refund rate would be much higher than 10% each month... sometimes no refunds all month.
     
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    Or people are just too lazy to cancel. Ah, the beauty of recurring subscriptions.
     
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    We produce ID theft products, credit score/report products, and BF/GF background check products. All are more robust than other products in the market, and offer great consumer value. PM me if interested.
     
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    I created a clickbank product that helps you start your own business for $30. I've sold at least 300 so far and I think I have 3-4 returns.

    How'z that?
     
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    aмillionaírе Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    No, not yet, but soon. The money I make from trickery will go to help me start a decent business. No, not yet, but soon.
     
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    EzBreezy Registered Member

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    At first I was offering anything that would sell. Not to say I'm desperate, but I will have a baby to feed and I hear that they are not cheap.

    But, its funding my WH, good product business.
     
  12. dogmann11

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    I'm kinda in the same boat actually. It's offers that convert for me now. If I can find some that actually do something helpful or even enjoyable so much the better. Repeat customers can't hurt, neither can testimonials and low return rates.

    Sometimes the best converting offers have high return rates though.