Autoresponder Madness claims it is an email marketing course that allows you to make Monster Profits from Tiny Lists. LikeMe.net users look into the claims.
Drums, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/18/2013 -- A guide on how to market to people via email, itself delivered in lessons via email, Autoresponder Madness, has been creating controversy on the web. It has caught the attention of people on the consumer reviews web page, LikeMe.net, where members have been commenting on its merits: http://likeme.net/product/13983/autoresponder-madness/
Autoresponder Madness is an information product from Andre Chaperon. The product was unveiled just lately, to much fanfare. Most of the hype was due to the boasts of Andre, who states that Autoresponder Madness is "an email marketing course that allows you to make Monster Profits from Tiny Lists" Certainly, this kind of claim is likely to be controversial.
The controversy has shown itself on the LikeMe.net website, where members have jumped into the discussion. One comments on the fact that the sales page uses hype to sell, saying "I thought this was a clever sales page, but very hypey. It starts off with…". Another also remarks on the sales technique, saying "I have to agree that "selling with testimonials" isn't the most open way to do things. The…". People wishing to come into the debate and read the full gamut of ideas can do so here: http://likeme.net/product/13983/autoresponder-madness
Things of this nature often attract vehement opinions. The traditional thinking is that large lists are needed in order to make large profits. Thus, the vendors are selling a thing that resolves a lot of problems for many people. However the question people often have is - is their solution real? In the case of Autoresponder Madness, it seems that the debate on this issue will continue to rage.
LikeMe.net is a privately owned web start-up. The website provides user generated reviews on a variety of products and people. The site is integrated with the Facebook API to allow end users to easily talk about their Facebook friends.
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