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WEBSITE MARKETING

The Worst Internet Marketing Strategy Ever?
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-03-22

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    Many people are downright frustrated.  And when you look at their Internet marketing strategy, it's no surprise.Yet, they all fall into a classic trap that can ruin your chances of online success before you even get off the ground.

    Have you heard about the ultimate short-cut to success?

    Ultimate short-cut? That's right.

    Many are led to believe that this is the holy grail of marketing online.

    But, if this is your idea of a perfect Internet marketing strategy, think again.

    Here's how it works...

    It's easy. Create a crappy product and contact every 'sap' who has an opt-in list of 40,000 subscribers or a website that gets a few hundred hits a day. Then ask them all to promote your stuff.

    Works like a charm, doesn't it?

    If you've ever been on the other end of the inbox, you know how annoying this can be.

    Some person who sends you 12 emails out of the blue, asking (begging) you to endorse his/her product.

    For example, I recently received a similar email from someone asking me to promote an MLM product to my subscribers and customers.

    First off, the email was clearly a cut-and-paste job. It might have started with "Dear Jason", but the rest was a boiler plate email.

    A big no-no when trying to get someone's attention and win them over.

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