Millions of online business owners purchase countless eBooks and software programs hoping to get more traffic to their website.
The problem with these products is that they only provide one piece of an extremely large Internet Marketing puzzle. Before you know it, you have spent thousands of dollars and are no further along than you were before purchasing these products to get buying customers.
Those $97 eBooks and software products are not meant to make you successful. They are solely made to get the entrepreneur selling them more money than you could hope to make in one year from your own online business.
Sure, that sales letter and the audio of MP3 testimonials with people saying how they made $30,000 in 30 days made you jump for your wallet. The excitement and hope of wealth for a very small price sounded too good to be true; and unfortunately you found out the hard way that it was not enough to make your dreams come true.
The first eBook or software product you bought did not work. But the next one you found had testimonials from Internet marketing millionaires that you have heard of before. You thought to yourself, if they use and recommend this product, it must be legitimate. So you take out your wallet again and purchase this amazing system for a cool $497, because it will truly have everything you need to retire from your full-time job.
When an Internet Marketing Guru recommends a product, they also send an e-mail to their list of thousands of people who have opted-in and want to hear from them. The most popular Internet Marketing Guru can have a list of 100,000 or more names (some have less). They send you an e-mail telling you about this new, just released secret product that made Joe Shmo $75,000 in 7 hours, and it will only be available for 24 hours–then pulled off the shelf–forever!
Why would those Internet Gurus recommend something that was not really going to make you $50,000? And you trusted them, right? Keywords Checker
When you click on that link to view the product and its sales page, then buy it after clicking on that link (the cookie is set on your computer and tracked all the way to the server of the seller), and your friendly Guru makes a sweet pile of commission from all those sales!
If only 1 per cent of their list of 100,000 e-mail subscribers purchases this $497 product, and they receive 50 per cent commission (which is standard, or higher) from each sale, they have made an unbelievable bankroll of $248,500.00. Yes, you read that right. They make almost a quarter of a million dollars! They did not even make the product. All they did was send out an e-mail to their list of valued subscribers. Their valued list actually paid their personal bills. How does that make you feel? Everyone has to make a living, right?