I originally bought Corey's Internet Marketing course with money we could not afford. But I was convinced by Corey's slick "saturation" marketing that I had to have it.
In fairness, it does have a lot of good info. buried in the waffle, but it is also a shameless vehicle for promotion of Rudl's back-end products.
I have since bought, for an aggregate of a lot less money, e-books like Michael Campbell's "Nothing bur Net", Planet Ocean's "Winning the Search Engine Wars", and easy-to-use mailing programs like "Bulk Emailer"
After weeks of agonising, and reading everything I could find about Mailloop, I finally bit the bullet and invested in it.
It was awful from the start. The instructions were cryptic, to say the least. The claim that even absolute beginners could use it was grossly untrue!
I was never able to get it to send emails, could never work out the mail-merge facility, and worse, the Help menu required you to be online, and it too was useless and in Geek-Speak.
It took forever to get response from their customer support. And when support DID appear, it too was written in Geek-Speak. I needed an IT to Plain English dictionary.
And it got worse.
When, after persevereing for ages, I asked for a refund, I got a God-awful runaround for weeks, until I visited the US Consumer's Affairs site and found out that I wasn't alone in my complaints!
When I threatened to report the company to the Authorities, I got an almost immediate response and refund.
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