You probably didn’t see this review coming. Me neither… not until he released it. I am not on a hating rampage of every product I come across, I just think the moral values are at stake.
Today, Scott Boulch, the creator of “The Death of AdSense” released his 2nd version of the List Virus.
It promises you to make money while you’re building the list because subscribers would have to sign up for a CPA offer before getting to you. At first it seemed like a brilliant idea and I wanted to jump on that band wagon. I even talked to my partner about setting up our system in that way…
As soon as I did… I had an after thought and a feeling of remorse! How horrible!
Why? Gee, how unfair is that to the subscribers! Sure, I’ll get a lead and sure, I’d make some money… but is the cost of their trust worth it? By following this system, I’m practically tricking them into getting spammed.
The nice idea I like out of the List Virus though is that the subscriber must confirm his opt-in before accessing the product… but isn’t that already set in stone, or are there people who don’t do that?
The other thing I find useful is the “tell-a-friend” gizmo, but it’s been around for years and you can get a simple code to paste it on to your web site. But if you want all the bells and whistles from the list virus 2.0, be ready to pull out $97 a month. It’s definitely “not for rookies.”
Makes you wonder how well the list virus 2.0 has really been improved.
Now, on the other hand, I want you to understand something. I am not saying he’s a bad person, nor his ideas WRONG, that’s up to you. To me, it’s a form of trickery… and scam. I think he’s taken it a step too far.
If you’ve listened to the audio I provided in the free download section, you will hear about him telling you how you could obtain information for free. If you did, you’re hearing him tell you to just COPY PEOPLE’S WORK! As in, COPY THE CONTENT. My English teacher would have a parade on me if I did such things.
Look, I want you to learn from his reports, learn from his tele-conference, learn from his sales letter and most importantly, learn from his actions, but don’t let the bad morals rub off on you. I have certainly learned a lot from him and sparked up some ideas, but I will certainly not take the same path he took.
We all must walk our own path – that’s just our destiny.