You know how sometimes people that are trying to promote a product will put as their headline, "Don't Buy XXXXX" and then you get to the page and it is a glowing review of said product? This isn't like that - not at all. Daniel Lew's Online PR Submitter has a great sales page and made promises, that, unfortunately, it does not live up to. For example, here is a link to a spun article (that I didn't want spun). As you can see, this looks like the type of english you might read from an outsourcer from some third ...
If you know anything about social media software, you know that Hootsuite is a very powerful tool. But I came across a new social media tool that blew me away (and Hootsuite as well - see comparison chart HERE). I have been involved with social media for about 4 years now and I have never seen anything that compares to this. It's called "The Perfect Formula For Any Business, Product, or Service", and rightfully so. With this one tool, you'll have the power to do all of the following at your fingertips: Extreme lead capture blog Email marketing SMS/Text messaging Social Media ...
[caption id="attachment_1504" align="alignleft" width="517" caption="Bad Credit Small Business Loans"][/caption]I have been working in the banking industry now for many years and getting a small business loan is nothing more than a popularity contest. Basically without going into great detail, the more popular your business is the more likely you will get a business loan. What’s crazy is that in addition to that they not only want your company to be in business at least 3 years, but they want a personal guarantee! They want their sticky fingers on everything you own, will own or want to own including the shirt off ...
Every once in a while, a program comes along that really excites me. This is one of those times. If you haven't heard of Matt Carter, no big deal, but let me say that he is one of the good guys. He doesn't bombard you with offers to buy every program under the sun. You know the ones...they all seem to promise you'll make $200K per month with some push-button software that if you were to buy all the "One Time Offers" it would end up setting you back a thousand or more dollars. (Kind of hard to buy these programs when money ...
You know how sometimes people that are trying to promote a product will put as their headline, “Don’t Buy XXXXX” and then you get to the page and it is a glowing review of said product? This isn’t like that – not at all. Daniel Lew’s Online PR Submitter has a great sales page and made promises, that, unfortunately, it does not live up to. For example, here is a link to a spun article (that I didn’t want spun). As you can see, this looks like the type of english you might read from an outsourcer from some third world nation. It’s completely unintelligible!
I have to admit, though, that the one good thing about this was that their support was readily available while trying to submit my first (and only) press release. The bad news is, everyone scattered as soon as I mentioned that I wanted a refund. If you look at Dan’s sales copy, it says that he will issue a refund, NO QUESTIONS ASKED! If that is true, why won’t he refund my money? This is the kind of stuff that scares me from trusting online sellers in the future.
I’m really bummed about this as I had high hopes that this software would help me get some high Google rankings for my friend’s International Travel Insurance business. As it turns out, Daniel Lew’s Online PR Submitter does not even come close to doing what it advertises. As a matter of fact, I have tried submitting my PR a few times now and it will always give me the same results. One will say it is “Posted”, three will say that they are “Posted, Awaiting Approval”, and the other 90+ say that they are “Queued to be published within few hours.” Trust me on this one, save your money, time and frustration and opt for another form of Press Release. You can find multiple gigs on fiverr.com that are a lot more effective than this software.
I have asked for my money back numerous times now with no reply from the vendor at all. It will tell me that my support ticket has been opened, but after that, nothing. Stay away from this software and don’t waste your hard-earned money on Daniel Lew’s Online PR Submitter. I am giving it 1 star as support was helpful while trying to use the software.
UPDATE: I finally got my money back, but only after I opened a ticket with PayPal.
What’s crazy is that in addition to that they not only want your company to be in business at least 3 years, but they want a personal guarantee! They want their sticky fingers on everything you own, will own or want to own including the shirt off your back.
I mean sure, they will tell you that’s not necessary if you have 5x the assets to back up the loan amount you want to borrow but who has that today? Crazy huh?
And what about if you have bad personal credit? You can pretty much forget about getting those much-needed funds for your business.
Well let me lay out the facts for you about a lender I found that has pretty relaxed guidelines. Take a look at this…
If you have a business that:
1. Is located in the United States
2. Has been in business for at least a year
3. Your business grossed at least $100k in revenue
4. Your business is not related to construction or real estate
…you can walk away with up to $250k right now without providing a personal guarantee OR assets OR anything else. The nice thing is that like applying for a bank loan, the application is 100% free, but UNLIKE a bank where you have to fill out a 10 page credit application, this lender’s application is only one and a half pages long!
The downside is that his interest rates are higher, but what do you care? You’re not on the hook for the loan so not only is it a write off, but its also dependent on your business paying it back and NOT YOU!
What’s more is that banks wont tell you that if they deny you (75% of the time), that this other lender exists.
See who the lender is…CLICK HERE.
I hope that at least in a small measure this information has been helpful and I wish you the best of luck.
Every once in a while, a program comes along that really excites me. This is one of those times. If you haven’t heard of Matt Carter, no big deal, but let me say that he is one of the good guys. He doesn’t bombard you with offers to buy every program under the sun. You know the ones…they all seem to promise you’ll make $200K per month with some push-button software that if you were to buy all the “One Time Offers” it would end up setting you back a thousand or more dollars. (Kind of hard to buy these programs when money is tight in the first place, hmmm?)
With that being said, Matt has put together a program that will show you how to create a website that will generate about $2,000 a month on autopilot. See eWealth Blueprint HERE. What really appeals to me on this offer is that you don’t have to have hoards of traffic to achieve these results. Matt is earning $2K with about 30 visitors per day. If you know anything about traffic online, you know that 30 visitors per day is not much to ask for.
At the very least, you should check this out for yourself and see if this will help pay some bills! eWealth Blueprint looks like it could be the program you’ve been looking for - if your goal has been to start earning decent money online. Note that he is not claiming pie-in-the-sky numbers, which is always a turn-off for me.
Your thoughts and opinions are welcome below. Does this look like something you would be interested in getting for yourself? Keep in mind that this offer expires on January 22,2013 so don’t take too long!!