Read why I promptly deleted this man's post, sent him a computer virus and put him on every adult email marketing list known to Ron Jeremy...
How would you like 1 MILLION email leads for $5.00 for your online business?
You average ‘JUST’ $0.01 (one penny) per month per email and you’re making a cool 10K a month!!
And it cost you just 5 bucks!
After all…you just got 1 MILLION emails on your list.
Now THAT’S Internet Marketing!
This Makes Adult Email Marketing Look Legitimate...
This is precisely what was promoted by a new member on my exclusive Bizcrushers Mastermind Group (which I trust you accepted my invitation and joined, right??).
I explicitly state in my group rules:
No scammy drivel and over-cooked steaks (more the first one...)
So this blowhard goes and posts:
‘1 MILLION email addresses for 5 bucks and to go see him on Fiverr to purchase.’
Of course I moderate my posts to help protect the world from these hucksters (I’m giving like that).
You will not get a whole lotta love by doing...
I promptly deleted his post, sent him a computer virus, put YooHoo in his gas tank and then sent him an email telling him not to post junk in my group …and that being in my group is a privilege not a right...kinda like driving although he won't be doing that any time soon.
He then promptly quit my group.
Be gone thy scammer!
NOTE: Ok, I didn’t send him a virus, I just put Ex Lax in his milkshake (along with said YooHoo). I didn't want to be vicious...
More often than I want to admit I have to talk an internet marketing novice down from the ledge that gets hoodwinked in to falling for this drivel.
So let me run this down so it doesn’t happen to you:
You cannot get 1 million email leads for 5 bones and expect to make ANY money, much less have a real internet business.
Firstly, people who peddle this garble get these ’emails’ from super-old lists or databases or fake bot clicks (not real emails in the first place).
They are DEAD emails….at BEST.
You can try gaming the system 'till Kingdom Come'....
Now here’s the fun part:
If you’re able to find a reputable email autoresponder service provider that will let you import those emails to send out they will shut you down…likely after your first email blast to that list.
Now here’s the funner part:
If you continue to try emailing in this fashion you could be facing criminal charges.
Yes my friend…
That is called spamming.
And Internet Service Providers do not like this too much.
Nor does ‘The Man’.
There are much more legit ways to get leads that actually put money in your bank account.
And yes, I will be getting to that in the VERY near future so make sure you open and read my emails.
Because I’ll tell you…most people don’t have a clue how to do email marketing.
So watch for that.
Emailing like this is not very adult...
Now…the lesson for today is:
Scams are scams are scams.
If it sounds too good to be true, then that means either…
1. Led Zeppelin finally decided to reunite, will be playing in my driveway next week and I’ll be sitting in on drums…
(I can dream...)
2. It IS too good to be true and don’t buy it.
Now that you know not to get dazed and confused by the internet version of Kathy Bates…
You need to start using real online business practices consistently over time to build a profitable operation that you can actually be proud of.
And that will provide a lot of fun and freedom in the process.
Don't know where to start? Come join us and see how we do things...the right way...