Troy Cornejo

I just wanted to get this off my chest. If you have been
around Internet Marketing you know when you join a
program or resource odds are real good there will be
a one time offer when you sign up.


It is a time tested tactic to get upgrades and back
end sales, I fine with it and even expect it.


Here is what I do not like, lets say you do a search
for a review on TE Profits. You find one and read it.


The review is decent if maybe a little biased but it
gives the general facts at least and here is where
I have my problem.


When it comes time to talk about how much you
will either get its free to join with a link or you
can join free or upgrade.

If you are lucky they may mention look for the
OTO.


If it is a true review and you know how much the
upgrades are and how much the OTO is why do
you hide it?


Example I was reading a review on a safelist and
guys says one of the best oto's I have seen and
leaves it at that.


If your site is a guide to good safelists and you
know how much the oto is and it is so good why
would you not tell your readers?


Sorry for the rant but it just strikes a nerve, when
I had no money for upgrades seeing one of those
offers used to suck, at least knowing ahead of
time can ease the blow or even give time to round
up the funds to take the upgrade.


Ok I feel better now :)

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