I hate receiving and reading emails that mislead me.
Case in point:
I received an email today from an online marketer whose email list I subscribed to that said:
“Even though Christmas has already come
I found a special gift left by the Grinch I know you’ll love”
There was a link to a webpage that said, after a long introduction, “For the next few days you get all this stuff for a measly $27 bucks.”
Now, my understanding of the word “gift” and I confirmed this with a few online dictionaries, that it is “Something that is bestowed voluntarily and without compensation.”
I unsubscribed immediately from ALL the lists from this particular marketer.
And I have been doing this for the past few months, weeding out these marketers who have to resort to unsavoury methods to get you to read their emails and click on their links.
One of the most common of these tactics is using “Re:” in the subject heading, as if you had contacted them and they are responding to you. I absolutely hate these kinds of emails. Initially, I took the trouble to inform the marketer why I am unsubscribing myself, in the hope that providing feedback would make them better marketers in the future, but I’ve stopped doing this.
There are so many people now doing internet marketing and so many mailing lists being created. I can’t change anyone, so I won’t even try. But I will dissociate myself from people who show themselves to be deceitful and unscrupulous, and desperate, to get me to their webpage by tricking me with misleading headings and offers.
Admittedly, there are still quite a few lists I’m subscribed to because the marketers are above board, consistently, and I respect them for their commitment to their own integrity and sending out and providing quality content.
As a budding online marketer myself, I learn from both the good and bad marketers.
I’ve just signed up for the Video Lounge access at Mega Red Packet and before I forget, I am writing in to tell you this.
Vince Tan, Edmund Loh and Stephen Luc are teaming up to release the Mega Red Packet on 4th May 2009. In case you’ve not heard of these dynamic trio here’s a quick background on them…
Vince Tan is a World Internet Summit speaker and the same man who pulled off the Biggest Firesale event in Year 2008 which broke the six figure record in just three days and then brought in $170,000 in only 10 days.
If you use Private Label Rights products often for your Internet Business, then I suppose Edmund Loh doesn’t need any introductions; he’s the person behind more than 260 Private Label Rights titles under the PLRGold brand. Just late last year, he teamed up with expert video maker Stephen Luc to pull off a product launch called PLRGold: Videos and raked in $100,000 in 10 days too. Collectively, the dynamic trio has made more than a million dollars in sales.
So what is Mega Red Packet all about? (since it’s three months after the Chinese Lunar New Year)
When I first visited the Mega Red Packet website, it branded itself as a “Recession Show Stopper”. I didn’t think much of it initially since a lot of Internet Marketing opportunist won’t let go any chance to cash in on the latest trend. But I take back what I said when I saw the Video Lounge area.
Vince, Edmund and Stephen have produced and positioned Mega Red Packet to turn the tide for many people who are not only struggling in their pursuit of building an online business but also people who are affected by the current recession period.
Mega Red Packet is focused on this core of success: product + traffic = residual income. This is the closest definition to push button marketing where all the work has been done for Internet Marketers of all levels – whether you are new or seasoned. The Mega Red Packet team has invested nearly $100,000 and 6 months in conceiving this push button program and infrastructure, which gives the user a variety of products to get reseller and Franchise rights to new, original products and sell.
Mega Red Packet is NOT about potential. It’s about empowering the Internet newbie to have his string of proven businesses in the form of Reseller Memberships for you to take full control of, and Franchise rights to proven Internet Businesses so that they can be put into the shoes of these 3 top Internet Marketers. The new Internet Marketer can now leverage off the credibility and proven model that the dynamic trio have discovered over the collective 11 years of marketing experience.
Traffic generation is another topic of great interest to some, and a great struggle to many others. The Mega Red Packet collection solves this more efficient and effectively than anyone, myself included, can ask for.
Vince, Edmund and Stephen are also taking this chance to launch their newest home study course named “Traffic Leopard” – aptly called ‘the next generation of traffic building’ that features a series of proven tactics to drive in traffic to your website, accompanied by a rich archive of case studies as used and experimented relentlessly by all of the 3 top Internet Marketers.
There’s also the Traffic Networks where Vince and Edmund have negiotiated with some of the top traffic building site owners to give generous credits to members of Mega Red Packet.
All in all, there’s more goodies in store in Mega Red Packet that I believe every Internet Marketer must look forward to. It’s ground breaking and non-conventional, not something you know so well of. Literally, all the work is done and I haven’t even talked about the new Private Label Rights products and software they are releasing in the Mega Red Packet event, that lets you do instant One Time Offers, Upsells and even Cross-Sells.
You can take my review with a pinch of salt but I strongly urge you to check out the site now and sign up for the free access to the Video Lounge (worth $297) and get onto their Advanced Notification List. (by the way speaking of that, they are also going to pick randomly 3 different names from the list to give free copies of Mega Red Packet on their launch day – you could be one of them!)
Click on this link and sign up for the Video Lounge and Advanced Notification List access for free now before the big event kick starts on 4th May 2009: