Joined: 23 Mar 2004
|Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:34 am Post subject: O/T: If you are looking for resale rights
Issue 109: August 23, 2005
Harvey Segal, Editor
Hello SuperTips readers,
I've just been the target of what should be a supertip.
You know how the marketing gurus emphasize the importance
of selling to past customers.
Well I WAS such a customer.
Last week's issue saw me enthusing about the superb
sales letter and the quality of the Dynamic Popup Generator
produced by Michael Hopkins.
And I know many of you were equally impressed after
purchasing it with the special supertips discount at
I then came across another of Michael's products - Total
Now as I'm getting more and more involved with resale
rights, and have just set up a small site on the topic,
how could I resist ?
Once again it's a top quality product.
Not only do you have complete master resale rights to
every single product inside the package but also to the
whole package itself.
In fact it was so much superior to the other products I
previously had in the section 'Products with Resale
Rights' that I booted them all out to make room for it at
I've also been the target of these phishing scams - as I'm
sure you all have.
But I had to laugh at this pathetic effort in an email
allegedly from Wells Fargo support titled "Verify Your
It started off
"Dear Wells Forgo customer"
However what is no laughing matter is the big problem of
'click' fraud if you use pay per click advertising.
Fortunately there is a tool which can help track and
prevent fraudulent activity and even help you recover your
money from the search engines. And it also doubles as a
very powerful ad tracking program
The tool is called AdWatcher and though I have not
personally tried it (I'm not currently running any ppc
campaigns) the list of features makes impressive reading.
Check them out here
and note that you can get the first month free together
with $200 worth of pay per click credits.
Before I go I'm reading disturbing news about GoDaddy
where I have all my domains registered. It seems they can
lock you out of your domain (unless you pay $199) if you
can't successfully disprove just a single spam complaint -
something which your competitor could easily manufacture.
Not a company I want to do business with.
I'm monitoring the threads about this at the Warrior forum
and will keep you informed.
Honestly, I've said it so many times before, if you've not
joined the Warrior forum you don't know what you are
In fact my next product may well be an ebook containing
just this one-line tip:
Join the Warriors at
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Copyright (C) 2005 by Harvey Segal, SuperTips
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