Ever have an insane desire to buy the next bright shiny object that magically appears to you in a webinar, or via email, or on the 2am infomercial you just watched?
Before you do so….
Do yourself a favor.
True, if its a successful program, chances are there’s an affiliate program, and if that’s the case, chances are the review might be skewed.
So how DO you research it?
Various ways! You might have a history with someone on FB or Twitter who is looking into the same thing you’re interested in. Reach out and ask!
Next, go to Google and look for;
PRODUCT NAME review
PRODUCT NAME comparisons
services like PRODUCT NAME
But here’s the thing. Stuff that is sold on W+/JVzoo for the most part….
Well, you have to educate yourself on making the most from those as well.
For example, done-for-you traffic solutions often require you “making an optin page” so you can build your list.
But to build your list, you have to first have an autoresponder!
See, there are generally many moving pieces in making things “work” as expected….
… and you simply need to take the time and effort to do your own due-diligence and NOT blame the vendor for your opportunities to improve.
Remember, nothing is certain in this life (truly, nothing)….
… so it makes sense to research *for yourself as much as possible* and then *learn what is required* even if at the very beginning, the tasks you need to do simply does not flap your earlobes.
Hate the telephone? If a BSO appears that “closes local clients via phone and other methods” – don’t buy it. You’re throwing money away.
But if, for example, you’re interested in Crypto but couldn’t tell a Bitcoin from a horse bit… search for:
bitcoin for beginners
how to start investing in bitcoin
how many licks does it take to get the center of a tootsie roll?
In closing – before you pull the trigger on something that has seduced you by “buying the dream” – put that dream thru future monetary paces.
Can you afford it?
If not, are you willing to give up your $5/coffee a day from Starbucks and instead puf that money to your personal growth?
Remember – you own all of your decisions.