In My Opinion – The Worst Products So Far in 2010

by Wayne Sharer

International speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Retired navy officer, former commanding officer. Over 35 years of leading, coaching, mentoring, and speaking.

June 23, 2010

You have a right to know what users think of products that are dealt to you left and right from all the marketing resources online.

I feel my obligation to you is to let you know what I’ve tried that really doesn’t live up to it’s claims.

Of course, this is just my opinion, and you may of had a different experience.  I welcome your “worst product” inputs as well.

A short time back you were presented the Best Targeted Traffic products I used so far this year, and you were promised a list of the worst as well.  Fortunately, my worst list is rather short.

How did I decide?

Mainly I ask myself first, “Did I do the entire program as designed, to the best of my ability?”  If the answer is yes, it is considered.  If the answer is no, then it’s not a fair evaluation, and it’s my fault it didn’t work out.

Second, I then consider from all the hype that was presented, did it have a complete program or did it leave vital information out?  Was it really just setting me up for mediocre results?

Finally, did the support system work?

Remember, this is based solely on my experience, and is not intended to represent a collaborative evaluation.  With that said, here is my number 1 “Don’t buy this” product:

1. Mass PPV Traffic.  This was my most frustrating product purchase.  The videos provided were adequate, but left you with little information on how to really succeed with PPV traffic methods.  But most frustrating was the absolute lack of support and the waste of a forum that I was charged an outrageous amount to “join.”  Go here to read my review of Mass PPV Traffic

2. The Cash Code.  This product was sold like hot cakes.  Why?  Because the marketer has a massive affiliate army.  I checked it out.  I personally thought it was nearly useless as a program to generate income.  I did recommend it earlier, but only for the quality PLR products it had, and as a newbie, it is something that will get you set up correctly.  But overall, I’m not very happy with it.  The Cash Code takes pieces of Michael Jones’ previous products and actually removes content as well as simply re-using it.  However, his The Clickbank Code had far better information and training, and why he put out such a low quality training, I’m not sure.  Unfortunately, it did not contain enough information to help you actually achieve the $103,000 a month income he brags about.  This was one of my worst training program buys (though the PLR products contained inside – which is why I actually bought it — are good).

Note: I did not use the support system for The Cash Code.  In the past, the support from Michael Jones has been good.

That’s it for products I didn’t really think were worth the buck.

I feel good that the list is short, but that’s probably because I have experience in knowing where to go to get good products, and I simply don’t go where the garbage is known to hang out.

What’s your experience?  What products totally pissed you off?

Let me know.

– Wayne Sharer

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