Today’s first email opened with this subject line:
Personal ‘Memo’ To You
A little odd but good enough for me to open it and take a look at what was on offer inside.
I opened it and found this:
“I have arranged something special for you.
“With your permission, I’m gonna allow you
to literally steal all the hard work that
I have done.
“Get all the full details here. [link removed]
“See you inside,
“[author's name removed]“
Ok, the first line I understand.
The second sentence makes no sense at all to me though.
The author is going to let me steal, quite literally according to the email, all his hard work but he needs my permission to allow me to steal his stuff. How does that work?
That is utter nonsense so I didn’t bother clicking on the link and moved on to the next email which was also very short and equally disappointing.
The subject line screamed:
half baked hippie rewrites rules of clickbank
Ah, so this was going be one of those “If a half-baked hippie can make money from Clickbank then anyone can” type emails.
I opened it up:
“Meet your barefooted long hair marketing messiah.
“Just watch… [link removed]
[author's name removed]
“P.S. This is one video you will NEVER forget.”
The sad thing was that there was no video on the page the link sent me to, nor the page that I was sent to after that and not even on the third page in the sequence.
So I never got to see what a half-baked hippie or even a barefoot long-hair marketing messiah looked like nor what he could teach me.
Oh well. Never mind. I am over it already.
P.S. What exactly is a half-baked hippie anyway?